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Colombia and Brazil have destroyed 19 illegal gold mining sites and equipment in the Amazon rainforest.
Scott McTominay scores twice as Manchester United claim a morale-boosting victory over Chelsea at Old Trafford.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says Aston Villa were "the better team" after Leon Bailey's deflected shot gave Unai Emery's side a fully deserved victory.
Aston Villa 1-0 Manchester City: Leon Bailey scores winner as super hosts leapfrog struggling visitors
Leon Bailey scores to help Aston Villa beat Manchester City and climb up to third in the Premier League.
Liverpool spoil Chris Wilder's Bramall Lane homecoming to remain hot on the heels of Premier League leaders Arsenal.
Dr Ahmed Moghrabi told the BBC there's a scarcity of food, water, medicine and he cannot operate on patients.
Oh Hyeon-gyu scores twice as Celtic swagger to a Scottish Premiership victory over a stunned Hibernian.
Boris Johnson mixed contrition with an effort to take on former colleagues who questioned him.
Local police say there appear to be "multiple victims" at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
The legislation could set up a politically explosive fight with the courts.
The former immigration minister says the emergency legislation "does not go far enough".
Following new legal action, the rapper says he "did not do any of the awful things being alleged".
People say life in Khan Younis is "indescribable" as Israel's bombardment of the south intensifies.
Banning live animal exports, trophy hunting imports and criminalising dog theft are back on the agenda.
The woman was airlifted to hospital with non life-threatening injuries but has since been released.
The bill aims to enable the government's plan to send some asylum seekers to Rwanda to go ahead.
Manchester United winger Antony criticises former players of the club for not asking about his feelings.
The former PM tells the pandemic inquiry he initially underestimated the challenge posed by the virus.
Illya Kyva was shot dead in a special operation by Ukraine's SBU security service, sources tell the BBC.
The government signs a Hillsborough Charter but stops short of a law wanted by campaigners.