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Covid jab to be required for England care home staff
Workers are expected be given 16 weeks to have the jab - or risk losing their job, the BBC understands.
Israel strikes in Gaza after arson balloons launched
It is the first major flare-up since the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas in May.
Daniel Morgan: Met Police accused of 'form of corruption' in report
The Met's top officer Dame Cressida Dick has apologised to the Morgan family in the wake of the report.
Tenerife: Protests against violence as search for baby's body continues
The body of a child is found in the sea off Tenerife, but her sister remains missing, feared murdered.
Euro 2020: Wales aim to silence Turkey's 'home' crowd in Baku
Wales will aim to "silence" what will effectively be a home crowd for Turkey when they meet in Baku for their second match of Euro 2020.
Mustafa al-Darwish: Saudi man executed for crimes committed as a minor
Rights groups had called for a halt to the execution, saying that he was tortured into a confession.
Unvaccinated passengers from GB to Ireland face 10 day isolation
Arrivals into the Republic of Ireland from GB face 10 days of isolation if they have not been jabbed.
Covid: US death toll passes 600,000 as vaccination rate slows
Amid falling vaccination rates, the US maintains global records for both total cases and deaths.
Covid in Scotland: 'Lost summer' warning as lockdown easing paused
The hospitality industry's warning came after Nicola Sturgeon said a move to level zero was likely to be delayed.
Boris Johnson condemns 'disgraceful hounding' of BBC journalist
A clip shared on social media shows Newsnight's Nick Watt being harassed by anti-lockdown protesters.
HMP Swansea: Inquiry call after prison officer stabbed by inmate
MPs want a public inquiry after a prison officer was injured in a "near fatal" attack by an inmate.
Billionaire Mackenzie Scott gives away £2bn more
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Firefighter died swimming during Majorca triathlon
Carl Cavanagh died of natural causes during a triathlon in Spain, an inquest hears.
The Papers: 'No green light to jab kids' and Met police 'rotten'
Delays to vaccinations for children and mandatory jabs for care home staff feature on the front pages.
Isles of Scilly: Egyptian vulture seen in UK for first time in 150 years
The sighting of the Egyptian vulture, if confirmed to be wild, would be the first for 153 years.
Bristol trainer collector's 500 pairs 'blessing and curse'
Collector Richard Hastings owns trainers that can be worth as much as £20,000 unworn.
E3 2021: Nintendo shows off more Zelda Breath of the Wild 2
A last-minute Zelda segment capped a Nintendo showcase which left some fans disappointed.
South Africa: Unidentified stones spark diamond rush
Many of those digging in KwaHlathi village in South Africa believe the stones are precious jewels.
Pangolin: How do you save the 'world’s most trafficked mammal'?
Thai has dedicated his life to educating the Vietnamese public about pangolin conservation.
Wedding can go ahead despite lockdown easing delay
Watch the moment a young couple find out they can have a full-scale wedding next week.
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