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Huge manhunt under way following Munich attacks.
Republican presidential nominee says he may abandon automatic protection of Nato allies.
More arrests in Turkey plus the latest on the Labour leadership contest.
The Turkish government continues its crackdown on those it blames for last week's coup.
We talk to Craig Reedie, president of the World Anti-Doping Agency.
The aftermath of Nice terror attacks and the military tries to seize power in Turkey.
Theresa May completes her first cabinet reshuffle.
David Cameron leaves Downing Street, and Theresa May becomes the new prime minister.
Labour's ruling NEC has voted that Jeremy Corbyn can stand in the leadership contest.
A discussion of what to expect from Theresa May's premiership.
The Dallas shooting suspect 'wanted to kill white people'.
Who are the final two vying to be prime minister and who are the members who will decide?
The Chilcot report on the Iraq conflict says the decision to go to war was flawed.
In the Tory leadership race, Theresa May wins the first round of voting.
Should EU nationals be 'bargaining chips' in future Brexit negotiations?
Gunmen in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka have taken a number of hostages in a cafe.