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Matt Hancock urges "brutal honesty" over Brexit as Rory Stewart says he would not serve under leadership favourite Boris Johnson.
The chances of Moscow complying with the UN tribunal's ruling are thought to be minimal.
The president uses a legal loophole to push through the arms deal without Congressional approval.
South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa was inaugurated at an event which included a flypast and military parade.
Ten people have now died climbing the world's highest peak this season, amid reports of overcrowding.
The South Korean director won the prestigious award for his dark comedy thriller, Parasite.
The actress denied dating Moby as a teenager, and called his behaviour "inappropriate".
The lawyer says it was a "civil society-driven project" but has not revealed who was behind it.
Mel B says she hopes the sound quality will improve on the rest of their tour after Dublin show complaints.
At least 20 people are killed as fire engulfs a building housing a tuition centre in western India.
Amanda Eller, 35, had not been seen since 8 May but was discovered by rescuers on Friday.
Mount Agung erupted on Friday, causing some flight cancellations and delays.

BBC Business

How Norway is persuading motorists to switch to electric cars.
About 15 restaurants are closing each week across the UK.
The social media giant is planning to set up a crypto-currency in around 12 countries by early 2020.
Huawei could feature in a US-China trade pact despite being "very dangerous", says the US president.
The baby goods retailer says it is on a "sounder footing", even though UK sales fell nearly 9%.
The film producer reached a deal with women who say he sexually abused them, his lawyers tell media.
The Federal Aviation Administration tells the BBC it didn't have the information needed to ground the planes.
The Topshop tycoon has been asked to put his own money into the firm's pension pot.
The ONS said sales were flat in April, as clothing sales offset declines in other sectors.
Mark Zuckerberg hits back at calls to break up Facebook, as it reveals it removed a record number of hateful posts.
A top Chinese diplomat tells the BBC there could be "substantial" repercussions if the UK bars Huawei.
Stagecoach and its partners were disqualified from running three rail franchises last month.

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