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The International Olympic Committee urges Ukraine to drop threats of boycotting Paris 2024 if Russian and Belarusian athletes compete.
A new-look European Super League would be a competition with no permanent members and based on sporting performance, says A22 chief executive Bernd Reichart.
It comes as the firm reports the first fall in Disney+ subscribers since its launch and 7,000 job cuts.
Vital UN deliveries to the opposition-held region were halted for four days due to road damage.
Roger Waters tells the United Nations Security Council that Russia's invasion was "not unprovoked".
Kim Jong-Un's daughter's latest appearance has sparked questions about her future in North Korea.
Thousands are sheltering in makeshift camps like the one set up in heart of this neighbourhood reduced to rubble by Monday's earthquakes.
India dominate the opening day of their series against Australia to take control of the first Test in Nagpur.
A school group of 39 people were in a hotel in southern Turkey when the building collapsed.
Skier Elena Fanchini, from Italy, has died at the age of 37 after a battle with cancer, says the Italian Winter Sports Federation.
The firm says it has limited Kyiv's ability to use its Starlink satellite internet for military ends.
United States forward Alex Morgan says a potential Visit Saudi sponsorship deal for the 2023 Women's World Cup is "bizarre".
Speaking in an interview with the Today programme, the Irish actor reacts to his recent award success.
The men had allegedly organised a wave of scams and robberies in Japan from their Philippine jail.
Kim Jong-un attended the event with his daughter Ju-ae, who took centre stage at a banquet.
Last-ditch talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are ending - can a deal be struck?
Zahad and Ziya, whose pregnancy photos made headlines, say their baby is fine after being born early.
Some users reported being notified they were over the tweet-per-day limit, even if they had not posted.
It follows moves by the UK and US last year citing concerns that China could access the devices.
The attacker showed little emotion as he pleaded guilty to one of the deadliest US mass shootings.
Rearing a son is a lifelong cost for a killer whale mother, a decades-long study reveals.
The singer will headline one of the most prestigious gigs in music at Sunday's Super Bowl in Arizona.
Kidnapping gangs have spread terror across Nigeria - how will this affect this month's elections?
The famous 16th-Century poem Ramcharitmanas has become a battle ground over claims it's discriminatory.
Alaskan high kick, stick pull and kneel jump were among the competitive games in Canada this year.
Ben Wilmot's big brother is his biggest fan. But how has Joe's sexuality affected the way he and Ben see the sport they love?
Ahmed al-Masri describes the horror he felt while treating Syrian children injured in the earthquake.
Falling river levels are affecting the use of cargo riverboats around the world.
After a slow initial response, roads into the city are now gridlocked with aid vehicles arriving.
US officials say the object is part of a wider fleet of balloons that has spanned five continents.
Days after Turkey's devastating earthquake, there are still some moments of joy, but they are fewer.
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke in Westminster Hall and met King Charles at Buckingham Palace.
A look at how the BBC is able to cover the story with such limited access on the ground.
His address carried hints at what a re-election bid may look like, our North America editor says.
Families in some badly-hit areas complain they have had no help digging to find relatives.
A search and rescue operation is under way, with specialist teams arriving from around the world.
Recently built properties advertised as earthquake proof were among collapsed buildings in Turkey.
Many are accusing the Turkish government of being underprepared ahead of Monday's huge quakes.
The authorities say the Iskenderun blaze is now out after it reignited on Wednesday.
A woman killed last year during a trip with her fiancé took a troubled selfie weeks before she died.
A lifetime alcoholic tells how a project which gives out regular doses of beer or wine is proving a lifeline to him.
Igor Mangushev was shot in the head and his killing sparks speculation about who was to blame.
The letters, written during her English captivity, were found during a trawl of French archives.
John Cleese will write and star in the revival alongside his daughter Camilla Cleese.
The BBC's Anna Foster has spent two days travelling alone towards the earthquake epicentre.
One man travelled to Turkey to try and find his missing brother by sifting through rubble himself.
This small Ukrainian city has been at the centre of an epic six-month battle on the front line.
Bono, Paul Pelosi and the family of Tyre Nichols were among the notable guests at this year's address.
Video shows a rescue team pull two adults and four children from rubble in Idlib, Syria.
Brandon Tsay disarmed a gunman. The president praised him during Tuesday's big speech.
New video shows the extent of the earthquake damage across the city in southern Turkey.
Behind the sale of a masterpiece painting is the story of a Jewish girl's extraordinary escape from the Nazis.
The winning images from this year's British Press Photographer of the Year competition.
The brainchild of Tony Iommi and Carlos Acosta, the production will feature eight of the band's tracks.
Royal Mail reveals the minimalist image that will appear on stamps from 4 April.
Cheating in exams is common in India, where students go to great lengths to land a government job.
Dramatic video showed a rescuer carrying the girl, whose mother, father and four siblings were killed.
The country amassed zero-Covid infrastructure - now much of it is being dismantled or repurposed.
Amid Russia's isolation, its friendship with Mali blossoms, but has it stopped jihadist violence?
The death toll in Turkey continues to rise as survivors struggle to find shelter and support.
The BBC's Quentin Sommerville has seen first hand the destruction in Antakya, a city in the south of Turkey.
Since arriving in the UK from Afghanistan, Mina, Persia and Arifa have been training twice a week.
We look at why having two black quarterbacks in the Super Bowl is such a big moment for the NFL, and profile star men Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts.
A detective tells BBC News how the former police officer and serial rapist was finally stopped.
Darren Edwards has finished a gruelling seven global marathons in a week.
Harry Styles and his dancers discover on live TV that the stage didn't just go in one direction.
Despite new transparency laws, the owners of 50,000 British premises remain hidden from public view.
The couple have paused their gender transition to have a baby together.
BBC Indian Sportswoman of the Year nominee Vinesh Phogat says her uncle's regime meant waking up at 3.30am for training
Some who follow the president's grandiose State of the Union speech have blossomed. Others haven't.