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Leroy Sane is left out of Germany's 23-man World Cup squad, but Manchester City team-mate Ilkay Gundogan makes the cut.
How were the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park created, and what have we learned about them since?
The TV presenter says she sits in the premium cabin, while her children fly economy.
Actor Cuba Gooding Jr takes Louise and Charlie by surprise on the BBC Breakfast sofa.
Former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned in Salisbury in March.
The former US president has co-written a novel with author James Patterson.
Andy Burnham calls for a temporary price cut on routes affected by a new interim timetable.
Stephen Curry sets a new NBA finals record, scoring nine three-pointers in the Golden State Warriors' 122-103 victory against Cleveland Cavaliers.
With 10 days to go until the 2018 World Cup, BBC Sport remembers Diego Maradona's infamous "hand of God" goal against England at Mexico 1986.
Northern Ireland is the only UK nation where the practice is illegal, so couples are marrying elsewhere.
Former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury discusses drugs, drinking and depression as he makes his comeback after 924 days out of the ring.
Your morning briefing for Monday 4 June 2018.
The home secretary is set to announce proposals for an overhaul of the UK's counter-terror strategy.
Scott Birtwistle says he was on a "routine fishing trip" the day police claim the crime occurred.
Twenty-five have been killed and hundreds injured after Guatemala's Fuego volcano erupted, officials say.
The university says it cannot improve diversity among its student population "on its own".
Twenty-five people are killed and Guatemala City airport closes after Fuego spews lava and ash.
The inquiry will also hear expert reports on how the tower's safety measures and evacuation process.