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BBC News Anger after protester shot dead at Kenya anti-tax demos

The 29-year-old is the first person to die in the youth-led demonstrations against tax-hikes.

BBC News Domestic abusers cannot own guns, US Supreme Court rules

The court showed there are limits to the right to bear arms as it upheld a gun ban for those under restraining orders.

BBC News South China Sea tensions force US and Beijing to talk more

The two superpowers are talking more often to avoid conflict, the US ambassador to China tells the BBC.

BBC News What's behind deaths at this year's Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia?

Hundreds of people are feared to have died and several countries have opened investigations.

BBC News Tourist accused of blasphemy killed by mob in Pakistan

The man - who was visiting the Swat Valley - was pulled from a police station and beaten to death.

BBC News Anger after protester shot dead at Kenya anti-tax demos

The 29-year-old is the first person to die in the youth-led protests against tax-hikes.

BBC News Anger after protester shot dead at Kenya anti-tax demos

The 29-year-old is the first person to die in the youth-led protests against tax-hikes.

BBC News Gay sex ban in Namibia ruled unconstitutional

In a landmark ruling, laws banning same-sex acts between men are ruled unconstitutional.

BBC News TikTok confirms it offered US government a 'kill switch'

The platform made the disclosure as part of its legal challenge against a law forcing its sale in the US.

BBC News Ukrainian unit says frontline fighting 'difficult'

Units fighting Chasiv Yar say Russia is launching "mass frontal attacks" on the key strategic town.

BBC News Ex-footballer Roberto Baggio injured in armed robbery

The veteran footballer received stitches to his head after an armed robbery at his villa in northern Italy.

BBC News Naked swimmers mark Australia's winter solstice

Around 3,000 people took the plunge in the River Derwent in Hobart to mark the winter solstice.

BBC News Naked swimmers mark Australia's winter solstice

Around 3,000 people took the plunge in the River Derwent in Hobart to mark the winter solstice.

BBC News Pope told by student to stop using anti-LGBTQ language

It comes after reports that the Pope used extremely offensive language against gay men in a meeting.

BBC News Roberto Baggio injured in armed robbery - reports

The veteran footballer received stitches to his head after an armed robbery at his villa in northern Italy.