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A coroner says the 22-year-old's death was a homicide but gives no details as to how she died.
Takumi Minamino scores twice as Liverpool beat fellow Premier League side Norwich City to reach the Carabao Cup fourth round.
Holders Manchester City come from behind against League One Wycombe to reach the 16 of the Carabao Cup.
Luis Suarez scores two late goals as La Liga champions Atletico Madrid come from behind to beat neighbours Getafe.
The UN general debate opened with K-pop band BTS, followed by a speech about sustainable development.
Denis Sergeev is thought to have been the on-the-ground commander for the 2018 Novichok poisonings.
The prime minister says the surge in energy prices and supply chain problems are "short-term" issues.
Joe Biden called for cooperation in his first speech as US president to the UN General Assembly.
Bryson DeChambeau says being heckled by fans has not "been comfortable" but hopes his performances will get the United States fans behind him at the Ryder Cup.
Some 65 container ships are stuck outside the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, amid trade bottlenecks.
Bjorn Ulvaeus launches a campaign to ensure musicians don't miss out on unpaid royalties.
The Russian city of Perm mourns after a gunman killed six people, including teenagers.
The BBC reports on the evacuation of hundreds of homes in the path of an erupting volcano on La Palma.
Officials fear lava could trigger toxic gasses when it reaches the sea on the Canary Islands resort.
The parents of the teenager, killed in 2019, had filed a claim for damages against Anne Sacoolas.
Carbon dioxide production will restart in two leading factories after a government deal to tackle shortages.
The prime minister says the plotters were "remnants" of ousted President Bashir's regime.
The population trebled in 70 years but saw few changes to its religious composition, a study shows.
Prime Minister Imran Khan speaks to the BBC's John Simpson about events in neighbouring Afghanistan.
Anthony Joshua could face his toughest test yet when he fights Oleksandr Usyk on Saturday, says ex-world champion George Groves.
His Liberal Party retains power but he fails to secure the majority he wanted when calling the snap election.
Brendan Mullin, 57, faces nine counts of theft and five of false accounting.
It's harder than ever for the BBC to maintain impartiality, the corporation's director general says.
Louise Powell says her baby died "due to errors" made after she went into labour in prison.
Aaron Jones honours his late father by scoring four touchdowns as the Green Bay Packers beat the Detroit Lions.
Twenty years ago, a young African boy was murdered and his torso was dumped in the Thames. It's the longest unsolved child murder case in the recent history of the Metropolitan Police.
Calvin Barrett flies from the US to the UK to meet his "Ma" after tracing her through a DNA test.
A trip to a melting glacier will shape how the BBC's new climate editor reports on climate change.
John Cossham wants more people to take up composting to encourage a circular economy.
The BBC followed Iranian migrant Alex, as he tried to cross from France to the UK with a smuggler.
George Robinson on subverting expectations as Isaac - the Netflix show's first disabled character.
A primary school teacher has found an innovative way to resume classes in India's rural West Bengal state.
The 800kg mammal had not been seen for more than three weeks.
For most Afghans staving off starvation is the biggest challenge since the Taliban returned to power.
Paul Rusesabagina, who was portrayed in Hotel Rwanda, has gone from national hero to enemy of the state.
America's two decades in Afghanistan impacted those who served - and the families waiting at home.
The man fined for sending non-disabled athletes to the Sydney Paralympics breaks his silence.
Muriel Gardiner's courage fighting fascism in Austria inspired an Oscar-winning film. Who was she?
How Nigerian Ramon Abbas went from a romance scammer to a so-called "Billionaire Gucci Master".
The BBC investigates a mystery illness dubbed "Havana syndrome" that has affected American diplomats and spies.