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Hong Kong extradition bill: Protesters vow to push ahead
Donald Trump hits out again at Sadiq Khan over London violence
Wainfleet flooding: Hundreds spend night away from town
Taekwondo star unbowed by her disability
Chris Froome 'fully focused' on return after high-speed crash
Spice Girls: Geri apologises for quitting in 1998
Tory leadership: Rival candidates say there must be 'no coronation'
India announces retaliatory trade tariffs against the US
Seven die while cleaning hotel sewer in India's Gujarat
Priests wear hard hats at Notre-Dame
BBC News - Entertainment &Arts
Spice Girls: Geri apologises for quitting in 1998
Italian film director Franco Zeffirelli dies at 96
Free TV licences cannot be saved with cuts to salaries, says BBC
Does Toy Story 4 fly or flop?
The Chase: Paul Sinha reveals Parkinson's diagnosis
Flintoff and McGuinness on the 'pressure' of Top Gear
When They See Us: Central Park Five prosecutor resigns from college post
Jo Brand to face no action over acid joke, police say
Cuba Gooding Jr charged over nightclub 'grope'
Krept and Konan: 'Banning drill makes things worse'
BBC News - Technology
Huawei delays launch of folding smartphone
Tech Tent: Facebook’s deepfake dilemma
Google's AR animals entertain Android users
Twitter removes Iranian-backed accounts
Amazon sued over Alexa child recordings in US
Selena Gomez: Instagram 'would make me depressed'
Pokemon Sword and Shield: Hands-on with Dynamax power
Next-gen games may not need new console
E3: Nintendo's Legend of Zelda sequel confirmed
E3: Xbox One successor Project Scarlett to launch in 2020