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As the Lionesses prepare for their World Cup semi-final, fans are also making plans for the big game.
Sixteen-plus hours of queuing takes some doing. Here are our ultimate tips for surviving.
The airline says four British passengers it denied boarding at Amsterdam were "disruptive".
The story of a teacher protecting students during an attack in Santa Fe turns out to be a lie.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt both believe they can solve the Irish border problem.
And the pro-EU Lib Dems wear "Stop Brexit" T-shirts, in an eye-catching return to Strasbourg for UK MEPs.
A fault in Whirlpool machines was blamed for at least 750 fires over an 11-year period.
Experts say the company's unproven vitamin drip therapy could have exploited "vulnerable women".
An debate has broken out after Snoop Dogg posted a photo of himself and Paul Gascoigne on Instagram.
How often does something like this happen and what would conditions have been like?
EU products including Parmesan cheese and pasta may also have tariffs added when exported to the US.
Manchester United make a £70m bid for Leicester's England defender Harry Maguire, who has also attracted interest from Manchester City.
It's the first time three women have made the top 10 on the BBC's star salaries list.
Rohit Sharma gets lucky after Tamim Iqbal shells a simple catch in the deep in India's match against Bangladesh at Edgbaston.
Crystal Palace are left incensed by Arsenal's approach to sign Ivory Coast winger Wilfried Zaha.
In his latest BBC Sport column, Andy Murray discusses how being injured allowed him to discover art and led to his "disastrous" attempts at painting and pottery.
Girls say seeing the success of the England women's football team in the World Cup gives them confidence.
Former Newcastle United boss Rafael Benitez is appointed manager of Chinese side Dalian Yifang.
The UK's biggest betting firms agree to contribute more money to fund problem gambler treatment.
A disabled Janelle Monae music fan who booked access tickets is told seats are "first come, first served".