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  1. UK heatwave: Hidden landscapes the heatwave is revealing

    Imprints of old and ancient settlements not seen in known memory are emerging from the soil as the heat takes its toll on greenery.
  2. Newspaper headlines: 'Wreckers of Chequers' and 'Putin's poodle'

    The future of the PM's Brexit deal and the US and Russian presidents' meeting lead many of the papers.
  3. Brexit: Government scrapes through Customs Bill votes

    A minister quits as MPs back amendments tabled by Brexiteers by just three votes.
  4. Usain Bolt may play football trial in Australia

    The champion sprinter is negotiating a trial with a top-tier club, his agent confirms.
  5. Kilauea volcano: Flying lava injures 23 in Hawaii

    An explosion from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano strikes a tour boat, injuring 23 people.
  6. Adenomyosis: Pain '10 times worse than childbirth'

    Three women describe living with the intense pain and heavy periods caused by adenomyosis.
  7. Trump-Putin summit: US president under fire over poll meddling comments

    The US president defended Russia over claims it interfered in the 2016 US election.
  8. 'How we made Now That's What I Call Music 100'

    We go behind the scenes of Now 100 to find out why Dua Lipa made the tracklisting but Drake didn't...
  9. The perilous search for 'Himalayan viagra'

    More valuable than gold, Yarsagumba fungus is only found in the Himalayas above 3,000 metres.
  10. Prehistoric bake-off: Recipe for oldest bread revealed

    Charred crumbs found in a middle-eastern desert show that bread-making dates back 14,000 years.
  11. Warning after Kent boy's henna tattoo burns

    The mother of a boy who was burnt after getting a henna tattoo is warning holidaymakers to be careful.
  12. IS fighters' orphaned children stranded in Libya

    Children like Jumana have been left behind after the Islamic State group was pushed out of Sirte, Libya.
  13. Millions to face hosepipe ban in north-west England

    The ban will affect people in north-west England but other firms say they have no plans to follow suit.
  14. Transgender van driver sues for gig economy discrimination

    The case is thought to be the first to test LGBT+ rights and discrimination in the gig economy.
  15. Netflix shares plunge as subscriber growth stalls

    The firm's shares dive 14% after it misses its projections for subscriber growth.
  16. Some slime toys have 'potentially unsafe levels' of boron - Which?

    Some toys have high levels of boron, which can cause vomiting and impair fertility, a consumer group warns.
  17. Private tutors 'should face DBS criminal record checks'

    The UK's biggest teaching union says disqualified teachers may still be able to work as tutors.
  18. 'Billion dollar ransom': Did Qatar pay record sum?

    The BBC has copies of texts and voicemails revealing Qatar’s tortuous negotiations to free kidnapped royals.
  19. Anthony Joshua v Alexander Povetkin: Costello & Bunce point to a test for champion

    Anthony Joshua will face a man prepared for the big stage for many years when he faces Russia's Alexander Povetkin in September.
  20. The cameras that know if you're happy - or a threat

    How facial recognition is being used to identify suspects in crowds and spot suspicious behaviour.
  21. World Cup: France welcomed by hundreds of thousands of supporters

    World Cup winners France are welcomed home by hundreds of thousands of supporters as they parade down the Champs Elysees in Paris.
  22. Andy Murray drops to world number 839 in latest tennis rankings

    Andy Murray is now the British number 23 after falling to 839 in the world in the latest tennis world rankings.
  23. Brexiteers' Customs Bill amendments accepted by government

    Theresa May is accused of "capitulating" to Brexiteers - but she says the policy has not changed.
  24. Spice taskforce in Wrexham 'saved my life'

    Steve, a former Spice user and long-time drug addict, says a fast-track programme has saved his life.
  25. World Bodypainting Festival: Models transformed into amazing artworks

    The city of Klagenfurt hosted competitors from more than 50 nations in a celebration of bodypainting.
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