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London Stock Exchange becomes Europe's largest stock market again

A French election is driving down the value of French listed companies, analysts say

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

White House slams 'bad faith' viral clips of Biden

Mr Biden's spokeswoman says a video of the president at a fundraiser was misleadingly edited.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Taylor Swift fans warned of Cardiff traffic chaos

Swifties told roads around south Wales likely to be busy before Tuesday's Principality Stadium show.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

The Papers: 'Hero patient' and 'Tories turn to Johnson'

The challenge Reform UK poses to the Conservatives dominates Tuesday's papers.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Mixed night for Mbappe but Kante rolls back the years

Kylian Mbappe is always the headline act when he pulls on the France shirt, but an old campaigner shared top billing by rolling back the years against Austria.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Boeing boss Dave Calhoun admits culture 'far from perfect'

Dave Calhoun will face questions on the firm's safety record from US law-makers on Tuesday.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Daughters: Documentary shows 'profound' impact of dance event in prisons

A new documentary follows a group of inmates at a US prison - and the children they rarely get to see.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Mozambique conflict: Is it too early to withdraw Sadc forces?

A bold insurgent attack heightens fears of instability as a regional force prepares to pull out.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Shipwrecks off Italy leave 11 dead and dozens missing

At least 60 people, including 26 children, are thought to be missing, Médecins Sans Frontières says.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Russian warships leave Cuba after five days

The Russian fleet had been anchored just 90 miles from the US state of Florida.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Arundhati Roy: Will Booker Prize-winner face jail for 14-year-old remark?

Authorities have approved prosecuting writer Arundhati Roy under India’s anti-terror laws.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

McIlroy to take time off after 'toughest' day

Rory McIlroy says his late collapse at the US Open was one of the "toughest" days in his near 17-year professional career.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Mbappe 'not doing well' after nose injury

Captain Kylian Mbappe sustains a potentially broken nose during France's 1-0 win over Austria in their opening Euro 2024 game.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Wildfires burn at least 15,000 acres in California

The Post Fire in Los Angeles County and other blazes around the state have forced thousands to evacuate.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Reform UK proposes 'freeze' on immigration

Nigel Farage says "this should be the immigration election" as he launched his party plans in Merthyr Tydfil.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Reform UK election pledges: 11 key policies analysed

BBC correspondents analyse key policies in the Reform UK manifesto.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Car flew into the air before fatal 90mph crash

Corey Sewell caused the death of his friend in the Birmingham crash in a 30mph speed limit zone.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Man guilty of teenage knife-dealer's murder

Victor Lee was stabbed and pushed into a canal by Elijah Gokool-Mely, who met him to buy weapons.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

'Scandalous decision' & 'lousy finishing' in Belgium shock

Slovakia pulled off one of the biggest upsets in European Championship history with their victory over Belgium, who suffered from "lousy finishing".

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Royal Ascot ready for showpiece meeting

With Royal Ascot getting under way on Tuesday, BBC Sport previews the meeting - with details of race times, runners and weather.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Jabeur & Sabalenka miss Olympics to prioritise health

Ons Jabeur and Aryna Sabalenka say they will not compete at this summer's Olympic Games in Paris in order to prioritise their health.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Highlights: France beat Austria after Wober own goal

Watch highlights as France edge Austria in their opening Euro 2024 Group D match at Dusseldorf Arena.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Electioncast: Labour Uses the B Word

And Reform UK unveils election pledges

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Why should young people vote in the election?

What do young people in Newport think about the general election, and why are they voting?

BBC News
18 Jun 2024

Maryland pardons 175,000 people of cannabis convictions

Democratic governor Wes Moore says "most-sweeping pardon" in US history addresses decades of injustice.

BBC News
18 Jun 2024
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