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• Canada election: Trudeau's Liberals win but lose majority
Despite a bumpy first term, Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party earns a second, narrow election win.
• Brexit: Boris Johnson in last push to get deal through
Boris Johnson urges Parliament to approve his intensive timetable but opposition MPs want more time.
• Naruhito: Japan's emperor proclaims enthronement in ancient ceremony
The elaborate ceremony, conducted largely in silence, is thought to date back more than a thousand years.
• Bolivia election: Clashes as Morales appears set for victory
The vote appeared set for a second round but latest figures give Mr Morales the outright lead.
• Female astronauts answer questions from orbit
US astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch answer questions about their all-female space walk.
• Turkey Syria offensive: Some US troops to stay, says Trump
The president's comments come despite him insisting he wants them all pulled out.
• Chris the sheep: Merino with famously overgrown fleece dies
Chris the sheep's mammoth coat won him fans globally in 2015 after he was spotted in the wild.
• Thai king strips consort of titles for 'disloyalty'
The King of Thailand strips his royal consort of her titles months after appointing her.
• Israel PM Netanyahu fails to form government ahead of deadline
The prime minister concedes he cannot form a coalition, handing an opportunity to his main rival.
• Prime editing: DNA tool could correct 89% of genetic defects
New technology - called prime editing - is like a "genetic word processor" able to re-write DNA.
• At least 55 elephants die in Zimbabwe drought
A severe drought over the past two months kills the animals in Hwange National Park.
• Exxon accused of misleading investors on climate change
New York State and the oil giant will now face each other in court in New York over the claim.
• The Kenyan ghost writers doing 'lazy' Western students' work
University students in Europe and the US are paying Kenyans to do their academic work for them.
• Prince William 'worried' about Harry after ITV interview
A Kensington Palace source tells the BBC that Prince William thinks Harry is "in a fragile place".
• TXT: K-pop's next 'idol' sensation?
The South Korean group are billed as the little brother to global sensation BTS.
• Gurpreet, who is Sikh, was trolled for bodyweight workouts
When Gurpreet started posting her workouts on Instagram she was trolled by people who said it wasn’t the sort of thing Sikh women should be doing.
• Streetwise: Capturing iconic moments of daily life
A selection of images from the Magnum Photos on street life throughout the world.
• Trump irked his Doral golf club will no longer host G7
President Trump says finding another location for the summit will cost the US a fortune.
• Kurdish refugee: 'Fear made my children ill'
The BBC's Aleem Maqbool reports on the impact of the Turkish offensive on people in northern Syria.
• Are electric cars as 'green' as you think?
The lithium powering electric vehicles is found deep beneath the salt flats of Argentina
• World's oldest pearl discovered near Abu Dhabi
The 8,000-year-old pearl will be displayed at the Louvre Abu Dhabi from the end of the month.
• Indonesian woman climbs 15m wall in under seven seconds
Indonesian climber Aries Susanti Rahayu climbed this wall at just under 5mph.
• Australian newspapers black out front pages in 'secrecy' protest
The nation's biggest media rivals unite to protest against what they say is government secrecy.
• Battle of Midway: World War Two Japanese carrier wrecks found
Both ships were sunk during the Battle of Midway, fought between Japan and the US in 1942.
• Hard Rock Hotel construction site cranes destroyed
Two cranes were destroyed after the partial collapse of the Hard Rock Hotel last week.
• Justin Trudeau: The good news - and bad - for Canada's PM
Justin Trudeau is still PM but he lost both his majority and - by a slight margin - the popular vote.
• Do today's global protests have anything in common?
People are protesting around the world, from Lebanon to Chile. What do they have in common?
• Are we ready for men to take the pill?
Blurring of traditional gender roles could finally mean that the male pill is on the horizon.
• How space affects women and men differently
BBC Radio 5 Live speaks to a space gynaecologist about the impact of space travel on female astronauts.
• Why Botswana's election could be decided by elephants and diamonds
The BDP has won every election in Botswana since independence in 1966, but this year there is a real chance that could change.
• The race to build a flying electric taxi
More than a hundred companies are working on electric aircraft designed to zip in and out of cities.
• Xiaomi: The Chinese brand dominating India's smartphone market
Tech giant Xiaomi has muscled its way to the top of India's smartphone market in just a few short years.
• Sir John Curtice: Do voters support Boris Johnson's Brexit deal?
How voters want MPs to approach Boris Johnson's deal on the UK's departure from the EU.
• Chile protests: Is inequality becoming worse?
Protests at rising metro fares have widened to reflect anger over living costs and inequality.
• Sri Lanka bombings: Forgiving and fighting to recover
Six months after one of the world's worst recent terror attacks, this town is fighting to recover.
• India v South Africa: Hosts wrap up series whitewash with dominant third Test win
India take the final two South Africa wickets in consecutive balls to wrap up a dominant win by an innings and 202 runs and secure a 3-0 series whitewash.
• Carragher apologises to Evra for Suarez T-shirts
Ex-Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has apologised to Patrice Evra for wearing T-shirts in support of Luis Suarez after the Uruguayan racially abused the Frenchman in 2011.
• Sheff Utd stun Arsenal to move into top half of table
Sheffield United claim a stunning win over Arsenal to move into the top half of the Premier League.
• Fan-photo referee Peyper omitted from semi-finals
Jaco Peyper will not officiate a World Cup semi-final after mocking red-carded France lock Sebastien Vahaamahina in a picture with Wales fans.
• All Blacks confident captain Read will be fit to face England
Steve Hansen says he is "100% confident" captain All Blacks Kieran Read will be fit for the World Cup semi-final against England.
• World Series 2019: Houston Astros & Washington Nationals set for Fall Classic
Major League Baseball's World Series begins on Tuesday - with 'Fall Classic' newcomers the Washington Nationals taking on the Houston Astros.
• Why 'magic' Willian's experience is key for Chelsea - Karen Carney column
Why I think Willian's experience is key for Chelsea and how Mason Mount has impressed me - Karen Carney's latest column.
• Yoshihiro Hattori: The door knock that killed a Japanese teenager in US
An exchange student got lost in Louisiana at Halloween in 1992 - his parents are still processing what happened.
• Leonardo da Vinci feud: The 'earlier' Mona Lisa mystery
A London family is battling an international consortium over a potentially priceless painting.



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