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  1. Grenfell fire: Retired judge to lead disaster inquiry

    The appointment of Sir Martin Moore-Bick is likely to be confirmed in a government statement.
  2. Australian cardinal charged with sex offences

    The Vatican treasurer, considered the third-ranking Catholic figure, denies any wrongdoing.
  3. Stalking victim rejects police apology over stabbing

    Helen Pearson was stabbed in the neck and face after reporting her stalker to police 125 times.
  4. IS faces end game in Mosul, says Michael Fallon

    The defence secretary also says more British troops will go to Afghanistan on training duties.
  5. US woman shoots boyfriend in YouTube stunt

    A teenager killed her boyfriend as he held a thick book to his chest, believing it would stop the bullet.
  6. Sheikh steps in to buy village chapel in Cornwall

    Villagers in Cornwall wrote to the ruler of Dubai in a last-ditch attempt to raise money.
  7. 'My son was circumcised without my consent'

    Three people have been arrested over the circumcision, including one for grievous bodily harm.
  8. Albanian gangs 'controlling' UK drug trafficking market

    The National Crime Agency says it is increasingly concerned, in the agency's annual assessment.
  9. Theresa May to seek backing of MPs for Queen's Speech

    MPs will vote on the government's legislative programme in an early test of Theresa May's authority.
  10. Brazil Temer: Car rams gate of presidential palace

    A car rams the gate of the president's palace as pressure grows on Michel Temer to resign.
  11. London bridge attack officer: 'I wasn't backing down'

    Wayne Marques was the first officer to face all three London Bridge attackers during their rampage.
  12. Rise in poorer students dropping out of university

    The number of disadvantaged students not finishing their studies rises for the second year in a row.
  13. Trump holds $10m fundraiser at his hotel

    Protesters greeted the president as he arrived at the $35,000 (£27,000) per person bash.
  14. Newspaper headlines: 'Families hail Hillsborough decision'

    Six people being charged over the Hillsborough disaster 28 years ago dominates the front pages.
  15. The English town that really loves a school prom

    More than 3,000 guests dress up for this year's event in the small town of Midsomer Norton.
  16. How Gandhi's last day was photographed

    French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson took the last photos of Gandhi before his assassination.
  17. Designers reinvent the tree to beat air pollution

    A team of German designers has reinvented the tree to clean up urban air pollution. Using the natural power of moss, they hope to make city air safer to breathe.
  18. The defibrillator drone that can beat ambulance times

    Drones could reach people suffering cardiac arrest faster than ambulances, according to a new trial.
  19. Ocado trials driverless delivery van in London

    Ocoado's driverless pod is designed to deliver goods but is not big enough for the weekly shop.
  20. BBC Breakfast

    BBC coverage of latest developments
  21. Glittering prize: The booming demand for opals

    As global demand for opals soars, miners of the rare gemstones can make a fortune, but there is just one catch - they have to find them first.
  22. The German and British children who became post-war friends

    A Briton and German brought together after World War II celebrate 70 years of friendship.
  23. Grenfell 'miracle baby': Why people invent fake victims of attacks and disasters

    The complicated reasons people make up victims on social media following tragic events.
  24. Retro gaming: Why players are returning to the classics

    Old school consoles are well and truly back, and far from Game Over.
  25. The one law of robotics: Humans must flourish

    Can we simplify the laws of robotics, governing the intelligent machines we will soon live alongside?
  26. Radio 1: Why is the station struggling to find new DJs?

    Why it's "getting harder" to find new presenting talent on the BBC radio station.
  27. British and Irish Lions: Jonny Sexton and Owen Farrell start in second Test

    Jonny Sexton and Owen Farrell are named in the British and Irish Lions team to face the All Blacks in Saturday's second Test.
  28. Golden Spike: Usain Bolt not sub-10, Mo Farah wins & Wayde van Niekerk sets record

    Usain Bolt fails to break 10 seconds for the second race in a row as Mo Farah wins and Wayde van Niekerk makes history.
  29. Portugal 0-0 Chile (0-3 on pens)

    Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo saves three penalties as Chile reach the Confederations Cup final by beating Portugal on penalties.
  30. Wimbledon: Andy Murray's maiden win at All England Club named greatest moment

    Andy Murray's first Wimbledon title in 2013 is named as your greatest Wimbledon moment.
  31. FBI investigating 2021 Athletics World Championships award to Eugene, Oregon

    The FBI is investigating the awarding of the 2021 Athletics World Championships to Eugene, Oregon, the BBC has learnt.
  32. Essex v Middlesex: Alastair Cook and Nick Browne share record first-wicket partnership

    Alastair Cook and Nick Browne share an Essex first-wicket record stand of 373 as they pile on the runs against Middlesex.