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The Ministry of Defence says no shots were directed at HMS Defender and no bombs dropped in her path.
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Hungary PM 'scraps Euros visit' amid Uefa LGBT row
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EU citizens given 28-day deadline to apply to stay
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Pilot gives five-hour testimony on wife's killing
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UK denies Russia fired shots at British warship
The Ministry of Defence says no shots were directed at HMS Defender and no bombs dropped in her path.
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5:38
EU citizens given 28-day deadline to apply to stay
By Callum May
BBC News
The Home Office says people with a reasonable excuse for a delay can complete their forms later.
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EU wants emergency team for cyber-attacks
By Joe Tidy
Cyber reporter
European Commission says recent ransomware attacks on US and Ireland have "focussed mind"
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5:18
Missing Italian toddler found by journalist
The 21-month-old boy was found after a reporter covering his disappearance heard noises near a road.
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5:11
Hungary PM 'scraps Euros visit' amid Uefa LGBT row
The decision comes amid anger that Uefa will not allow the Munich stadium to light up in rainbow colours.
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4:22
Eight on trial for burglaries of Paris celebrities
The gang is suspected of targeting the Paris homes of stars including footballer Thiago Silva.
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4:16
Danish fans expecting extra Euro 2020 tickets
The Danish FA expects extra tickets for its match against Wales as Welsh fans are unable to attend.
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3:41
How is Europe lifting lockdown restrictions?
Europe is gradually easing lockdown measures ahead of the tourist season.
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3:40
Big numbers apply to be European astronauts
By Jonathan Amos
BBC Science Correspondent
A total of 22,589 individuals filled out the online form for what will be four to six vacancies.
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2:59
'Too early to say' if Irish restrictions will ease
An increase in the Covid-19 Delta variant could push Ireland backwards, says Stephen Donnelly.
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If I've had both jabs, will I be able to travel freely?
The government is considering allowing double vaccinated adults to avoid quarantine after travel.
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Body of missing windsurfer found in Sweden
Chris Bamfield's family say he was their "hero" and "the rudder that guided our ship through life".
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Irish fishing fleet protest over Brexit trade deal
By John Campbell
BBC News NI Economics & Business Editor
They are among the major losers from the deal as the EU reduces its fish quotas in UK waters.
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23:23 22 Jun
England Fan Zone ballot opens for Trafalgar Square
The public ballot for 1,000 tickets will remain open until midday on Friday.
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22:00 22 Jun
UK stars urge action over post-Brexit touring
By Chi Chi Izundu
Senior Journalist reporter BBC News
Artists such as Radiohead and Biffy Clyro back a campaign asking for a financial support package.
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17:22 22 Jun
Lift-off for European Union's new space programme
By Jonathan Amos
BBC Science Correspondent
It's got a bigger space budget than ever before but does the EU have the necessary ambition to match?
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16:23 22 Jun
'They went to bed British and woke up Irish'
By Catherine Morrison
BBC News NI
Families along the border tell stories of partition and how lives changed entirely overnight.
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16:06 22 Jun
TV favourites threatened by anti-gay law in Hungary
By Nick Thorpe
BBC News, Hungary
International condemnation grows towards a Hungarian law banning depiction of homosexuality to under-18s.
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14:38 22 Jun
Tartan Army rally to cheer Scotland despite defeat
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Euro 2020: Tartan Army cheer Scotland despite defeat
The Glasgow fanzone rises to applaud Scotland as their Euro 2020 journey has come to an end.
11:46 22 Jun
Pilot gives five-hour testimony on wife's killing
Babis Anagnostopoulos wore a bullet-proof vest to court after admitting he suffocated his wife.
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