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President Trump has addressed NATO leaders in person for the first time.
In the wake of Manchester is the West any closer to an effective counter terror strategy?
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The Kenyan women trafficked to Somalia to be sex slaves for al-Shabab (R)
The FBI are looking at Kushner’s connections to Russia.
Chinese FA vice President, Zhang Jian, criticises the standard of football in Asia.
David Raether went from doing his dream job to living rough on the streets of L.A (R)
US media report that the FBI are investigating Kushner- Russia links.
Unprecedented insights into Jupiter’s atmosphere are provided by NASA’s Juno spacecraft. (R)
In Italy today world leaders get down to business with President Trump.
Reports say that President’s son-in-law may have ‘significant information.’
Jared Kushner’s Russia connections draw FBI scrutiny.
Are hill farmers in Wales regretting the UK's decision to leave the European Union?
In May 1998 Pakistan responded to an Indian nuclear test with an explosion of its own
Urban security, counter-terrorism and community vigilance - but at what cost?
A tough debate is expected on issues including trade and climate change
International leaders are in the Italian town of Taormina for the G7 summit
Chinese FA vice President, Zhang Jian, criticises the standard of football in Asia. (R)
What's at stake in the close relationship between Turkey and Somalia?
Gunmen fired on a bus in central Egypt heading to church, killing more than 20 people
2/2 How is al-Azhar in Egypt, the most prestigious seat of Islamic learning viewed from afar?
Gunmen in Egypt have killed dozens of Coptic Christians in an attack on a bus.
We look at why social media companies are under scrutiny for the way content is moderated
Britain's prime minister has used the G7 summit to call for action on online extremism.
Britain's terror threat level remains critical.
Discussions are expected to focus on global security, trade, and climate change.
What's at stake in the close relationship between Turkey and Somalia? (R)
Gunmen have attacked a bus carrying Coptic Christians in central Egypt
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with interviews and reports from across the world.
In the wake of Manchester is the West any closer to an effective counter terror strategy? (R)
Unlike most animals, human facial features evolved to have more variety. But why?
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We unpick the story of a viral hashtag which challenged Saudi 'guardianship' rules
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Urban security, counter-terrorism and community vigilance - but at what cost? (R)
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China's masterplan to become a global leader in football
Chris Woakes on England's Champions Trophy hopes plus Australia's indigenous trailblazer.
The Israeli doctors treating Syrians who have been smuggled over the border with injuries (R)
Donald Trump’s merchandising man, Dave McNeer, explains how he got his job
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