England achieve their most emphatic World Cup result as Harry Kane's hat-trick helps them thrash a poor Panama side and reach the last 16.
Watch highlights of England's record-breaking 6-1 win over Panama in their Group G match.
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Jeremy Hunt responds to warnings by Airbus and BMW that their UK investments could be jeopardised by Brexit uncertainty.
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After a decades-old ban is lifted, women in Saudi Arabia are allowed to get behind the wheel of a car.
A senior party source tells BBC Scotland the SNP has not been convinced by the case for a third runway.
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Lewis Hamilton wins the French Grand Prix after Sebastian Vettel is penalised for a first-lap collision.
Watch as Harry Kane completes his hat-trick with a lucky deflection to put England 6-0 up in their Group G tie with Panama at the 2018 World Cup.
Australia's Ashton Agar completely misjudges a straight ball to give Sam Curran his second wicket as England take control of the fifth ODI at Old Trafford.
Seven-time champion Serena Williams will learn if she will be seeded for Wimbledon after officials meet on Tuesday.
'Sparkling' and 'sheer brilliance' - BBC Sport's World Cup pundits react to Sunday's 6-1 win over Panama.
Jubilant supporters celebrate as England record their biggest win ever in the World Cup finals.
How you rated the players out of 10 for England and Panama in the World Cup group match.
Watch Jesse Lingard score a "beautiful third" for England to put them 3-0 up in their Group G tie with Panama.
England boss Gareth Southgate says he "didn't particularly like" England's performance as they beat Panama 6-1 to reach the World Cup last 16.
Switzerland pair Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri are facing two-match bans for their goal celebrations in the win over Serbia.
Germany head coach Joachim Low called it a "thriller and a rollercoaster". How important was the holders' comeback victory over Sweden?
Watch all the best action and funnies from day ten of the 2018 World Cup, including some samba-flavoured commentary, an awkward handshake and a hatful of cracking goals.
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The Lions of the Great War monument honours the South Asian service personnel who fought for Britain.
Arlene Foster is the first unionist politician to attend Ulster GAA's biggest event.
Police believe a petrol bomb was also thrown at a house in the Sevenoaks area of Londonderry.
Ministers were warned against making "public comments" that might bring the church "into disrepute".
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One year on, how do people in the unionist heartland of north Belfast view the £1bn DUP-Tory deal?
Three men talk about how the loss of a longed-for child turned their worlds upside down.
Currently just 1.2% of all applications to the Oxford University are from Northern Ireland.
Ireland's historic season ends with victory over Australia in Sydney as they turn their focus towards the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
Riot police separate two sets of protesters in the centre of Belfast, as smoke bombs are thrown.
The family of a County Down man who drowned in Portugal last year back a campaign about "cold water" shock.
Boru flew onto his owner's hand on Saturday, near the spot where he went missing in County Monaghan.
Fermanagh boss Rory Gallagher names Seamus Quigley in his starting 15 for Sunday's Ulster SFC final against Donegal at Clones.
Seaview Pimary in north Belfast received a prestigious award at a ceremony in London.
Mrs Foster thanked the GAA for the "warm welcome" she received.
Arlene Foster says she recognises some people may be uncomfortable with her attending the Ulster GAA final.
Michael Jennings "braved the shave'" to fund a cuddle cot in memory of Baby Jennings.
Smoke bombs were thrown and police in riot gear were called in to divide two groups of protesters outside Belfast City Hall on Saturday.
Hotel pool drowning victim's father says he hopes he can stop tragedy happening to another family.
An elephant, a parrot and a hawk were among 152 animals rescued by NI fire service since April 2017.
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The body of a man in his 20s was discovered in a park in Dublin early on Saturday.
Aer Lingus, Ryanair and Easyjet warn a strike by French air traffic controllers will affect flights.
Leo Varadkar says he is still confident a deal can be struck but is making contingency plans.
David Drumm dishonestly made the Anglo Irish Bank's balance sheet look better by €7.2bn (£5.4bn) in 2008.
Patrick Nevin raped one woman and indecently assaulted another after meeting them on the dating app.
The European planemaker says no-deal Brexit would force it to reconsider its investments in the UK.
John Miskelly says the NCA initially treated him as a co-operating witness, then arrested him.
The aviation services firm will set up base to "future-proof" against a hard Brexit.
Dalradian wants to develop a large gold mine that is said to hold £3bn worth of deposits.
Healthcare technology company HHAeXchange is locating its new software development centre in Belfast.
The jobs include software engineering, network engineering, and machine learning.
Donegal clinch a ninth Ulster Championship title by outclassing Fermanagh 2-18 to 0-12 in a one-sided final at Clones.
Belfast rower Rebecca Shorten wins a silver medal with the Great Britain women's four at the second World Cup regatta of the season in Austria.
Derry secure a convincing seven-point win over Armagh to win the inaugural Ulster Under-20 Championship and lift the Danny Murphy Cup.
Jonathan Rea wins the first World Superbike race of the weekend at Laguna Seca in California to extend his series lead to 70 points.
Curious about a picture in Donegal, BBC NI's Kevin Magee searched for lost Irish paintings of a controversial US artist.
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An elephant, a parrot and a hawk are among the animals rescued in Northern Ireland.
BBC News NI finds out how three social enterprises are trying to make an impact in the community.
Kidnap sentence outrage, Ulster final fever and "brothel shock" in west Belfast make the local headlines.
Three fighters prepare for one of the most exciting Mixed Martial Arts nights ever to be held in Northern Ireland on Sunday, 24 June.
Politicians and sports organisations vent their frustration after NI loses international event.
A blaze in the grounds of Institute Football Club in County Londonderry was deliberate, fire service says.
Dylan McDonald's car hit a tree stump and split in half, killing his brother and cousin.
The council has blamed the continuing impasse at Stormont for the problems.
Derek Hussey has been under pressure over his drink-driving convictions.
A design team is to be appointed to explore how best to redevelop the derelict 18th Boom Hall.
A father and son were overcome by the poisonous fumes at a farm on Saturday.
Campaigners marched through London on the second anniversary of the UK voting to leave the EU.
Alexander Paul's poetry is release one year after he died from brain cancer aged just 21-years-old.
Tommy Robinson's 13-month prison sentence sparked #freetommy protests. We explain why he was arrested.
Dave Heeley has run marathons on seven different continents and cycled across Europe.
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The foreign minister of the Central African Republic claims the former tennis star's document is false.
A mum who sacrificed her car 12 years ago to help her struggling son gets a surprise replacement.
Love Island contestant Hayley Hughes quizzes a BBC reporter on Brexit and tests his knowledge on the programme that led her to fame.
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