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World Cup 2018: The volunteer who wants his city cleaner for the championship

In the historic Russian city of Nizhny Novgorod, one volunteer is fighting litter on the streets. Click here to read full story

Meet the UN's nuclear inspectors

BBC News went to the IAEA’s labs at Seibersdorf near Vienna to find out how they inspect the world’s nuclear sites. Click here to read full story

Promise that could get more women into power

Women are under-represented in government and big business, but there may be an easy way to change that. Click here to read full story

Guatemala volcano: Dozens die as Fuego volcano erupts

Twenty-five people are killed and Guatemala City airport closes after Fuego spews lava and ash. Click here to read full story

Colourism: Do light-skinned black women have it easier in showbiz?

Newsbeat examines the debate about whether colourism has an impact on celebrity success. Click here to read full story

Volcano survivor says her family was buried

Twenty-five have been killed and hundreds injured after Guatemala’s Fuego volcano erupted, officials say. Click here to read full story

Australian bank offers to pay record fine

Australia’s largest lender was accused of breaching money laundering and terror financing laws. Click here to read full story

Who owns treasure hidden under the sea?

Claims over shipwrecks have led to long legal battles over the years. Click here to read full story

US-North Korea: Trump gets a strangely large letter

Donald Trump’s summit with Kim Jong-un in Singapore on 12 June is back on, the US president says. Click here to read full story

Buffalo Wild Wings apologises over 'awful' tweets in targeted hacking

Restaurant chain Buffalo Wild Wings apologises for ‘awful’ posts after its Twitter account is hacked. Click here to read full story


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