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One man is killed as Ukraine's capital is hit by a record 54 drones launched by Russia.
Prices on products like bread, milk and sugar could be capped under a voluntary scheme.
Turks are voting in a presidential run-off to decide on their country's future path.
The health secretary says demands are unreasonable but union leader says pay level is "driving doctors away".
England and Saracens flanker Vicky Fleetwood says rugby "will forever hold a place in my heart".
One of England's most famous grounds is set for a major upgrade now Luton Town are promoted.
The White House and the Republicans are now ironing out details of a bill to avert a massive default.
Government minister Amanda Solloway and three other MPs made claims for fines related to driving in London.
Chelsea wrap up a fourth successive WSL title while Reading's eight-year stay in the league comes to an end - but how did each club do this season?
Jon Tordoff, from Derbyshire, has used more than 200,000 Lego bricks to build the scale model.


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