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A Member of Parliament has been shot and stabbed to death in her constituency; Gays in Kenya suffer a legal set back in a court ruling; 40 years after the Soweto uprising
(Tributes placed by a picture of slain Labour MP Jo Cox. Credit: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images)
The United Nations accuses the so-called Islamic State militant group of committing genocide against the Yazidi community in Iraq and Syria; A new report by the World Anti-Doping Agency says officials in Russia were prevented from testing athletes; Author Michael Morpurgo on encouraging children to read classics.
(Photo: Displaced Yazidis fleeing violence from so-called Islamic State walk towards the Syrian border in August 2014; Credit: Reuters)
Rare report from inside Syria; Dutch view on Brexit; drugs in battlefield.
Photograph shows civilians have been displaced by the fighting for Manbij. (Credit: BBC)
The EU referendum's implications for the global economy; Russia plays second game at Euro 2016 amid worries about football violence; The world's oldest beer?
(Photo: A British Union flag and a European Union flag. Credit: Reuters/Toby Melville)
More on Orlando shooting; Russia faces Euro disqualification; Diving to a sunken ship
(Photo: Orlando gunman Omar Mateen. Credit: AFP PHOTO / MYSPACE.COM)
More details on the Orlando club shootings; a bird's brain worth more than you think; one of the greatest pioneers of the Beehive hairstyle of the 1960s has died
Picture of the Orlando shooter, Omar Mateen. Credit: AFP