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France firefighters battle 'monster' wildfire near Bordeaux The blaze in France's south-west has gutted a number of homes and forced some 10,000 people to flee.
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The Russian billionaire daring to speak out about Putin Boris Mints calls Putin's invasion of Ukraine "vile", adding the war is a result of his "madness".
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Eurovision UK host city: Turin's advice to song-contest organisers UK cities hoping to host the song contest next year will be shortlisted later this week.
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Ukraine war: Crimea airbase badly damaged, satellite images show New pictures show extensive damage to buildings and warplanes after explosions hit the Russian base.
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Ryanair boss O'Leary says the era of €10 flights is over Flights will be more expensive because war in Ukraine has pushed up oil prices, Michael O'Leary tells the BBC.
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French freediver breaks deep dive world record Arnaud Jerald took 3 minutes and 34 seconds to complete the dive during the Vertical Blue competition.
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Zaporizhzhia: Russia must exit Ukraine nuclear plant, says G7 Moscow's occupation of the Zaporizhzhia site puts the entire region in danger, say foreign ministers.
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Robert Pope: Guinness-fuelled man runs width of Ireland in a day Robert Pope ran the almost 130-mile route from Galway to Dublin in just 23 hours and 39 minutes.
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France whale: Beluga put down during dramatic rescue mission French officials say the whale's condition worsened as it was being moved from the Seine to the sea.
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Whale dies during rescue mission in France A team of 80 helpers worked through the night to try and rescue the animal from the River Seine.
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Ex-inmates reveal details of Russia prison rape scandal Former prisoners expose how and why rape is being used as a weapon inside Russian jails.
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Crimea beachgoers run after airfield explosion Russia has played down the series of explosions at a military airfield in the area it annexed from Ukraine in 2014.
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Drought leaves boats stranded on dried-up river bed along French-Swiss border Stretches of River Doubs on the French-Swiss border are parched after severe droughts hit western Europe.
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US officials concerned as Russia launches Iranian satellite The US has warned Russia plans to maintain use of the satellite to spy on Ukrainian troop movements.
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Climate change: Alps glaciers melting faster as heatwaves hit Meltwater flows from the glaciers, which may be set for their highest mass losses in 60 years.
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Tighter export controls on electronics could hamper Russia's war effort - report Russian weapons could be permanently degraded by tougher export controls in the West, a think tank says.
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Plans for giant seaweed farms in European waters As worldwide sales of the algae soar, the European Union wants to establish giant seaweed farms.
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Ukraine war: Four more grain ships leave Ukraine as hopes grow for export stability Four vessels leave Ukrainian ports via a safe maritime corridor set up under a deal with Russia.
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Brittney Griner: US urges Russia to accept deal to free jailed basketball star The US says it has a "serious proposal" for Moscow that would secure the release of the basketball star.
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Ukraine war: No sleep in Ukraine’s relentlessly bombed city Sleep is near impossible in Mykolaiv, the southern port under almost constant Russian attack.
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Banned Russian oligarchs exploited UK secrecy loophole A BBC investigation links a little-known type of company to fraud, terrorism and money laundering.
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Viktor Orban alone in Europe but among friends at CPAC in Texas The controversial Hungarian leader will be warmly received when he addresses US Republicans.
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Kosovo: Why is trouble flaring between Serbs and the Albanian-led government? Serbs have been demonstrating in Kosovo, raising fears of renewed ethnic hostilities.
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Ukraine: Helping children to overcome the trauma of war Psychologists in Bucha are working to help children understand the Ukraine war.
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Why does the world need grain to be shipped from Ukraine? The Razoni is the first cargo ship to have left a Ukrainian port since February.
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Ukraine's shadow army resisting Russian occupation Sarah Rainsford meets the underground partisans resisting Russian occupation in southern Ukraine.
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Every woman's body is beach ready, says Spanish government campaign The government's campaign urges women worried about their bodies to go to the beach.
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Russia sanctions: Can the world cope without its oil and gas? Many countries are heavily dependent on Russian energy and will need to find new suppliers.
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A1(M) Bowburn crash: Three-death smash remembered a year on The BBC hears from some of those involved in a fatal crash caused by a lorry driver using his phone.

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BBC News - Europe
France firefighters battle 'monster' wildfire near Bordeaux The blaze in France's south-west has gutted a number of homes and forced some 10,000 people to flee.
BBC News - Europe
The Russian billionaire daring to speak out about Putin Boris Mints calls Putin's invasion of Ukraine "vile", adding the war is a result of his "madness".
BBC News - Europe
Eurovision UK host city: Turin's advice to song-contest organisers UK cities hoping to host the song contest next year will be shortlisted later this week.
BBC News - Europe
Ukraine war: Crimea airbase badly damaged, satellite images show New pictures show extensive damage to buildings and warplanes after explosions hit the Russian base.
BBC News - Europe
Ryanair boss O'Leary says the era of €10 flights is over Flights will be more expensive because war in Ukraine has pushed up oil prices, Michael O'Leary tells the BBC.
BBC News - Europe
French freediver breaks deep dive world record Arnaud Jerald took 3 minutes and 34 seconds to complete the dive during the Vertical Blue competition.
BBC News - Europe
Zaporizhzhia: Russia must exit Ukraine nuclear plant, says G7 Moscow's occupation of the Zaporizhzhia site puts the entire region in danger, say foreign ministers.
BBC News - Europe
Robert Pope: Guinness-fuelled man runs width of Ireland in a day Robert Pope ran the almost 130-mile route from Galway to Dublin in just 23 hours and 39 minutes.
BBC News - Europe
France whale: Beluga put down during dramatic rescue mission French officials say the whale's condition worsened as it was being moved from the Seine to the sea.
BBC News - Europe
Whale dies during rescue mission in France A team of 80 helpers worked through the night to try and rescue the animal from the River Seine.
BBC News - Europe
Ex-inmates reveal details of Russia prison rape scandal Former prisoners expose how and why rape is being used as a weapon inside Russian jails.
BBC News - Europe
Crimea beachgoers run after airfield explosion Russia has played down the series of explosions at a military airfield in the area it annexed from Ukraine in 2014.
BBC News - Europe
Drought leaves boats stranded on dried-up river bed along French-Swiss border Stretches of River Doubs on the French-Swiss border are parched after severe droughts hit western Europe.
BBC News - Europe
US officials concerned as Russia launches Iranian satellite The US has warned Russia plans to maintain use of the satellite to spy on Ukrainian troop movements.
BBC News - Europe
Climate change: Alps glaciers melting faster as heatwaves hit Meltwater flows from the glaciers, which may be set for their highest mass losses in 60 years.
BBC News - Europe
Tighter export controls on electronics could hamper Russia's war effort - report Russian weapons could be permanently degraded by tougher export controls in the West, a think tank says.
BBC News - Europe
Plans for giant seaweed farms in European waters As worldwide sales of the algae soar, the European Union wants to establish giant seaweed farms.
BBC News - Europe
Ukraine war: Four more grain ships leave Ukraine as hopes grow for export stability Four vessels leave Ukrainian ports via a safe maritime corridor set up under a deal with Russia.
BBC News - Europe
Brittney Griner: US urges Russia to accept deal to free jailed basketball star The US says it has a "serious proposal" for Moscow that would secure the release of the basketball star.
BBC News - Europe
Ukraine war: No sleep in Ukraine’s relentlessly bombed city Sleep is near impossible in Mykolaiv, the southern port under almost constant Russian attack.
BBC News - Europe
Banned Russian oligarchs exploited UK secrecy loophole A BBC investigation links a little-known type of company to fraud, terrorism and money laundering.
BBC News - Europe
Viktor Orban alone in Europe but among friends at CPAC in Texas The controversial Hungarian leader will be warmly received when he addresses US Republicans.
BBC News - Europe
Kosovo: Why is trouble flaring between Serbs and the Albanian-led government? Serbs have been demonstrating in Kosovo, raising fears of renewed ethnic hostilities.
BBC News - Europe
Ukraine: Helping children to overcome the trauma of war Psychologists in Bucha are working to help children understand the Ukraine war.
BBC News - Europe
Why does the world need grain to be shipped from Ukraine? The Razoni is the first cargo ship to have left a Ukrainian port since February.
BBC News - Europe
Ukraine's shadow army resisting Russian occupation Sarah Rainsford meets the underground partisans resisting Russian occupation in southern Ukraine.
BBC News - Europe
Every woman's body is beach ready, says Spanish government campaign The government's campaign urges women worried about their bodies to go to the beach.
BBC News - Europe
Russia sanctions: Can the world cope without its oil and gas? Many countries are heavily dependent on Russian energy and will need to find new suppliers.
BBC News - Europe
A1(M) Bowburn crash: Three-death smash remembered a year on The BBC hears from some of those involved in a fatal crash caused by a lorry driver using his phone.