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Chancellor Merkel trembles at an event in Berlin - as she did eight days ago at another ceremony.
The country's foreign minister says Japanese firms are worried about the "negative impact" of a no-deal.
Feuzi Zabaat was working nearby when he caught a two-year-old girl as she fell out of a window.
Your morning briefing for 27 June 2019.
A Fermanagh woman speaks for the first time about how her brothers were shot dead in the 1980s.
The victim, believed to be 18, died from a stab injury in Shepherd's Bush on Wednesday night.
There is "every suggestion" HPV vaccination will lead to a fall in cervical cancers, say scientists .
The mother of a man who drowned trying to cross the Rio Grande into the US recalls the moment he set out on the fatal journey.
Russian citizens in Georgia say otherwise.
Why one Birmingham school has decided to save money by sending children home early on Friday.
In 1969, EL Salvador and Honduras played three football games and then went to war. What happened?
As the continent bakes in sweltering temperatures, experts explain what's happening - and why now.
Hundreds of child asylum seekers are waiting years for an initial decision on their asylum claim.
The women whose world was turned upside down by being wrongly suspected of Fabricated or Induced Illness.
Stars and friends tell the BBC Stormzy will "shut down" Glastonbury when he headlines the main stage.
One woman uses a form of African spirituality to communicate with her ancestors.
Ten candidates are about to square off in America's biggest political debate in years.
The Tibetan spiritual leader gave his views on Donald Trump, Brexit and China, in a BBC interview.
Two recent Cambridge graduates have written a book exploring what it's like to be the minority in a majority white institution.
Dozens more were injured during national celebrations for the country's independence day.