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It was seen be people from South Australia to Adelaide on Tuesday night.
Viewing and listening guide to the Indian general election results on the BBC.
Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling says there must be "harder punishments" to combat racism in football.
Cadent left customers without supplies for an average of 19 days and had no records for 775 tower blocks.
Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown says she was forced to switch schools because of bullying.
BBC Women's Footballer of the Year Ada Hegerberg on why football should stand together to fight for equality in the sport.
Lyon striker Ada Hegerberg is voted BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2019 by fans.
Nipsey Hussle was shot dead outside his Los Angeles clothes shop in March.
The UK's social safety net has been "deliberately removed", says a UN-commissioned report on the UK.
Your morning briefing for 22 May 2019.
BBC Sport goes back to 1991 to look at the first Women's World Cup match, a 4-0 win for hosts China over Norway, watched by a huge crowd in Guangzhou.
A top lobby group says US firms in China are worried about Beijing's response to curbs on Huawei.
Some UK citizens in France have received their European election postal votes late - or not at all.
Evan Davis explains how the field of economics is asking itself some tough questions.
Will Smith might be playing the genie, but Disney opted for two relative unknowns for the leads.
How one man with a facial difference hopes the next generation will be more tolerant.
The prime minister will make her case in Parliament later, as opposition against it seems to harden.
Meet the 18-year-olds voting for the first time in the European Parliament elections.
Inside a school where the "No Outsiders" diversity programme is taught.
In a bid to limit ocean pollution, the government will introduce new controls on single use plastic items.