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Texas shooting: 19 children among dead in primary school attack _ Nineteen children are shot dead by a teenage gunman, who is himself killed by law enforcement. *

Partygate: No 10 braced for Sue Gray's report into lockdown parties _ The senior civil servant's report into Downing Street lockdown parties is to be sent to No 10 later. *

Ukraine war: 'This is just the beginning, everything is still to come' _ As Russian attacks intensify, Ukrainians are asking whether it's better to pay for a ceasefire with land - or lives. *

Cost of living: Government plan to help households could come within days _ Measures could be announced as soon as Thursday after growing pressure on Downing Street, the BBC learns. *

Georgia primaries: Trump-backed Perdue trounced by Pence's pick _ The governor's race in Georgia will pit Republican Brian Kemp against Democrat star Stacy Abrams. *

North Korea fires missiles hours after Biden leaves Asia _ It came hours after the US leader left Asia following a trip where he vowed to deter North Korea. *

Monkeypox: Cases detected in three more countries for first time _ The outbreaks in Europe and America are not normal but remain containable, health officials say. *

Footballers agree to spot-fix matches for undercover reporter _ Secret filming shows discussions to manipulate moments in games so criminals can defraud bookies. *

US closes loophole for Russian debt payments _ The move by the US Treasury Department could push Russia closer to default. *

New MPs' code of conduct to tighten lobbying rules _ But the proposals from the Commons standards committee do not go as far as banning second jobs. *

3D images to replace traditional 'missing person' posters _ Missing persons posters will also feature QR codes which, when scanned, will show them smiling or laughing. *

Rail strike: RMT union votes for national action _ RMT members vote in favour of strike action across Network Rail and 13 train operating companies. *

Newspaper headlines: Windfall tax 'due within days' as PM awaits Gray report _ The expected announcement of plans for a windfall tax to help struggling families leads most papers. *

Biden: When are we going to stand up to the gun lobby? _ US President Joe Biden speaks after a mass shooting at a Texas school. *

'I change how I look and talk to fit in at work' _ Two thirds of women of colour in UK workplaces say they change themselves to fit in, a report says. *

Crossrail: London's Elizabeth line opens to passengers _ After much anticipation, the Elizabeth line is now operational - more than three years late. *

BBC News channel apologises after Man Utd error goes viral _ BBC issues an apology after the words 'Manchester United are rubbish' appeared on the rolling news ticker. *

Nation asked to sing Sweet Caroline for the Queen _ Neil Diamond's 53-year-old hit was chosen by listeners of Zoe Ball's Radio 2 Breakfast show. *

Got a new rash? Monkeypox or something else? _ Red bumps and lumps? Scabs or blisters? What are the signs to look for? *

Did Boris Johnson mislead Parliament over parties? _ MPs are set to investigate whether the prime minister misled Parliament. *

Mason: Where are government heads at over cost of living? _ BBC political editor Chris Mason outlines the latest thoughts on how to help households facing price hikes. *

Why some farmers are turning away from the Tories _ The mood is shifting in an industry destabilised by economic shocks and post-Brexit reforms. *

'I found my dream job in retirement - marrying people' _ Former teacher Amanda Wheal explains how she reinvented herself as a wedding celebrant. *

NFHS-5: Indians are getting fatter - and it's a big problem _ Obesity is spreading rapidly and experts warn of a health emergency unless it's tackled urgently. *

Ros Atkins on... Russia's food war _ The West has accused the Russian military of holding food supplies for millions around the world hostage. *

Cryptocrash: ‘I was arrested for knocking on Luna boss's door' _ A man says he lost millions, and then was arrested for trying to talk to crypto boss Do Kwon. *

The changing face of the North Sea oil industry _ Some workers are still banking on a career in oil and gas, others are focusing on a greener future. *

Chelsea: Premier League approves takeover deal from Todd Boehly consortium _ The Premier League approves the £4.25bn takeover of Chelsea with the consortium, led by US businessman Todd Boehly, passing its owner's and directors' test. *

French Open: Extra gym work fuelling Emma Raducanu's title bid _ Emma Raducanu says she is feeling the benefits of a more rigorous fitness regime as the US Open champion prepares to continue her French Open campaign. *

England playing behind closed doors after ban is an 'embarrassment', says Gareth Southgate _ England playing behind closed doors at home against Italy after crowd trouble is "an embarrassment", says boss Gareth Southgate. *

Joe Clarke expresses 'embarrassment and shame' over WhatsApp messages _ Nottinghamshire batter Joe Clarke says he feels "embarrassment and shame" over his involvement in a WhatsApp group with rapist Alex Hepburn. *

Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool boss named LMA manager of the year _ Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is named the League Managers Association's manager of the year. *

Monday Night Club: How does Erik ten Hag fix Manchester United? _ The Monday Night Club team of Chris Sutton, Rory Smith and Micah Richards discuss how new Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag might attempt to turn around the club. *

Giro d'Italia: Jan Hirt wins stage 16 as Richard Carapaz has overall lead cut _ Czech rider Jan Hirt claims a first Grand Tour win as Richard Carapaz sees his overall lead of the Giro d'Italia cut to three seconds. *

What is the energy cap and why are energy bills so high? _ Energy bills rose sharply in April and another big jump is now expected in October. *

Which countries are doing the most to tackle energy bills? _ European countries have taken different approaching to higher energy bills. *

Norfolk and Suffolk residents turn to social shops and pawnbrokers _ A mother-of-three says she has had to sell belongings and use a social supermarket to get by. *

Fry-up breakfast costs 40p more than last year _ Supermarket food prices are rising at the fastest pace since 2009, says research firm Kantar. *

Energy firms warn against extending windfall tax to renewables _ Applying a windfall tax to renewable energy could threaten the government's energy strategy, sources say. *

Why chicken is getting more and more expensive _ We follow a chicken from farm to supermarket shelf to see how costs are building up at every stage. *

Energy prices: What is a windfall tax and how would it work? _ Labour are calling for a windfall tax on the profits of oil and gas companies. *

What is the UK's inflation rate and why is the cost of living going up? _ UK inflation is rising at 9%, its fastest rate for 40 years, and could go even higher. *

Cost of living: Two-child families paying £400 a month more _ The rising cost of energy, transport and childcare is forcing families to make tough choices. *

Demand for Medway food aid charity 'has doubled' _ A Kent charity boss says she is helping around 18,000 people access food and support. *

Pay gap between bosses and staff expected to widen _ The High Pay Centre says pay gaps were the greatest in the retail sector in the early months of 2022. *

Governments should subsidise food and energy, says IMF boss _ Managing director Kristalina Georgieva says state subsidies can help with the cost of living. *

Ukraine war: Melitopol residents resist Russian occupation _ Partisan groups are carrying out attacks on occupying forces in the south-eastern city of Melitopol. *

Could hydrogen ease Germany's reliance on Russian gas? _ Why hydrogen might be one route for Germany to move away from dependence on Russian imports. *

Ukraine war: Put values over profits, Nato chief tells countries _ Jens Stoltenberg says the Ukraine war has highlighted the cost of trade with "authoritarian regimes". *

Ukraine conflict: What is Nato and how can Finland and Sweden join? _ Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Finland and Sweden have applied to join Nato. *

What is a war crime and could Putin be prosecuted over Ukraine? _ If Russia has carried out war crimes in Ukraine how could Putin or his army generals be prosecuted? *

Ukraine war in maps: Tracking the Russian invasion _ Russian forces are continuing their slow advance in eastern Ukraine after using heavy firepower to weaken defences there. *

Ukraine war: Russian assault on key Donbas city intensifies _ Moscow has been accused of a "scorched earth" policy in its efforts to capture Severodonetsk. *

Ukraine peace deal: Kyiv rules out ceding land to Russia _ Zelensky adviser says Kyiv will not agree a peace deal with Russia that involves giving up territory. *

Ukraine war: What might tip the balance? _ The conflict has become a grinding and bloody affair, with both sides making gains and losses. *

Ukraine war: Against the thud of artillery, miners struggle on _ Miners in eastern Ukraine on how a difficult job has become even more dangerous. *

Ukraine war: The volunteer drivers risking their lives to save others _ Drivers describe evacuating people from Russian-held areas under threat of mines and military attack. *

Mariupol's Azovstal fighters: What next for Ukraine's captured soldiers _ Ukraine wants to exchange them for Russian prisoners of war, but some in Russia want them put on trial. *

Ukraine's first lady speaks and a call for diplomacy - round-up _ Olena Zelenska opens up about the war, and President Zelensky says only talks can end the conflict. *

Ukraine says giant Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant can't supply Russia _ Russia occupies Europe's biggest nuclear plant and now wants to sell power from it back to Ukraine. *

Ukraine war: One Russian's anti-war protest on the side of his shopping centre _ Dmitry Skurikhin has listed the Ukrainian towns attacked by Russia on the side of his shopping centre. *

Russia's laser weapon claim derided as propaganda _ Moscow says it has destroyed a drone with a laser, but Kyiv says it can't mask battlefield failure. *

How can I offer a UK home to Ukrainian refugees? _ The government has launched two schemes to let Ukrainian refugees come to the UK. *

Ukraine round-up: Row over Ukraine's nuclear power and a colourful protest _ Russia wants to sell energy from a seized plant and a man paints anti-war slogans on his shop. *

The Download: Clearview AI’s hefty fine, and countries’ monkeypox preparation _ This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The walls are closing in on Clearview AI Controversial facial recognition company Clearview AI has been fined more than $10 million by the UK’s data protection watchdog for collecting the faces of UK… *

The walls are closing in on Clearview AI _ Controversial facial recognition company Clearview AI has been fined almost $10 million by the UK’s data protection watchdog for collecting the faces of UK citizens from the web and social media. The firm was also ordered to delete all of the data it holds on UK citizens. The move by the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office… *

The Download: DeepMind’s AI shortcomings, and China’s social media translation problem _ This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The hype around DeepMind’s new AI model misses what’s actually cool about it Earlier this month, DeepMind presented a new “generalist” AI model called Gato. The model can play the video game Atari, caption… *

The hype around DeepMind’s new AI model misses what’s actually cool about it _ Earlier this month, DeepMind presented a new “generalist” AI model called Gato. The model can play Atari video games, caption images, chat, and stack blocks with a real robot arm, the Alphabet-owned AI lab announced. All in all, Gato can do 604 different tasks.  But while Gato is undeniably fascinating, in the week since its… *

Equipment management and sustainability _ Key takeaways: Modernizing manufacturing processes reduces the amount of equipment, energy, and raw materials used in production and can significantly cut CO2 emissions. The factory floor can act as an important “command-and-control” point for a larger decarbonization journey, particularly now as the sustainability emphasis of firms expands to include Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions.… *

The Download: The monkeypox outbreak latest, and the online trail left by mass shooters _ This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. What you need to know the monkeypox outbreak The news: Monkeypox infections are spreading around the world, with 62 confirmed cases so far, and 55 suspected, according to a database compiled by researchers… *

5G private networks enable business everywhere _ The world is rapidly moving from human-directed manufacturing using computerized assembly lines to largely automated smart factories that manufacture more efficiently using real-time data. Considered by many to be the fourth industrial revolution, or “Industry 4.0,” this transformation requires a bevy of technologies to deliver on its promise of ultra-reliable low-latency communications (URLLC). From smart devices… *

The Download: China’s disinfection obsession, and US anti-disinformation board woes _ This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Why China is still obsessed with disinfecting everything In a one-minute video that went viral in China in early May, three government workers in hazmat suits spray disinfectant all over someone’s home: inside… *

Why China is still obsessed with disinfecting everything _ In a one-minute video that went viral in China in early May, three government workers in hazmat suits spray disinfectant all over someone’s home: inside the fridge, under the television, over the couch. On social media, Chinese people worried about whether their home would experience the same treatment if they were unlucky enough to catch… *

The Download: A baby formula crisis, and the hunt to improve solar panels _ This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The baby formula shortage has birthed a shady online marketplace Across the United States, parents are scrambling to find baby formula amid a nationwide shortage. To non-parents, the shortage may seem sudden, but… *

Cryptocrash: ‘I was arrested for knocking on Luna boss's door' _ A man says he lost millions, and then was arrested for trying to talk to crypto boss Do Kwon. *

Airbnb to quit China as lockdowns restrict tourism _ Stays in China made up only 1% of Airbnb's revenue for the last few years, a source said. *

Clearview AI fined in UK for illegally storing facial images _ The facial recognition database firm must pay more than £7.5m and delete data it holds of UK residents. *

The sci-fi technology tackling malarial mosquitos _ Gene drive development makes a genetically modified gene that spreads widely within populations. *

Formula milk: Online groups hunt for baby milk during US shortage _ A shortage of infant formula across America has led parents to share supply locations online. *

WhatsApp to launch customer-business chat feature _ Cloud-based software will offer more personalised business using the popular messaging app. *

Canada to ban China's Huawei and ZTE from its 5G networks _ The UK, US, Australia and New Zealand have also barred the Chinese telecoms equipment makers. *

Cyber security: Global food supply chain at risk from malicious hackers _ The growth of "smart" farm machinery is increasing the risk of hacking of food and farming systems. *

Twitter steps up Ukraine misinformation fight _ The social media platform says it will put false claims from official accounts behind warning notices. *

Subsea internet cables could help detect earthquakes _ Optical-fibre cables could spot tsunamis or the effect of climate change on currents, researchers say. *

President Rodrigo Chaves says Costa Rica is at war with Conti hackers _ The Conti cartel, which is thought to be run from Russia, has upped its ransom demand to $20m (£16m). *

Buffalo shooting: NY probes 'bone-chilling' social media role _ Prosecutors will ask whether social platforms were "used to stream, promote, or plan" the murders. *

Netflix cuts 150 US-based jobs after losing subscribers _ The US streaming giant is forced to lay off staff to minimise cost of viewers quitting the service. *

New app to help spot online spies _ MI5 backs a new app to help people spot online approaches by foreign spies in disguise. *

How Gen Z is hooked on cryptocurrency and NFTs _ A growing number of young people are getting into crypto trading - despite the risks. *

US warns over risk of hiring North Korea IT workers _ The remote workers allegedly aim to help fund Pyongyang's advanced weapons programmes. *

Europeans' data shared 376 times daily in advertising sales, report says _ A new report, based on industry figures, shows how often web users' data is shared during ad sales. *

Asteroid mining: Helping to meet Earth's natural resource demands _ With Earth's natural resources running out, people are looking to mineral-rich asteroids to meet demand. *

Social platforms' Buffalo shooting response called inadequate _ Campaigners accuse technology companies of failing to block and remove content posted by the attacker. *

Meta being sued by ex-Facebook content moderator _ The man worked in Kenya, and says he was paid under £2 an hour to review posts including beheadings. *

Elon Musk warns Twitter deal stuck without fake account proof _ The deal to buy Twitter can't "move forward" without proof of spam account numbers, Mr Musk says. *

Crypto crash: Stablecoin collapse sends tokens tumbling _ The sudden demise of TerraUSD sends other crypto coins into a downward spiral. *

Royal Mail wants fleet of 500 drones to carry mail to remote UK communities _ Fifty drone routes could bring mail to remote communities such as the Hebrides and Isles of Scilly. *

Apple iPod creator warns the metaverse will encourage trolls _ Tony Fadell says the virtual reality world risks damaging human interaction and creating toxicity. *

Electric hydroplane boat: ‘It feels like we’re flying’ _ With the hull out of the water, the craft uses 80% less power than a boat would conventionally need. *

'I've got bass in a backpack': VR revives 1989 rave culture _ The In Pursuit of Repetitive Beats exhibition shows visitors what the acid-house scene was like. *

BBC announces first ever Gaming Prom _ The event will be taking place on 1 August 2022 at the Royal Albert Hall in London. *

Ukraine war scams: Cybercriminals stole my identity _ Scammers are using emotionally charged tricks in a bid to steal online donations. *

Former Twitter exec questions seriousness of Musk offer _ Vivian Schiller, who used to work there, tells Newsnight Elon Musk enjoys "throwing bombs" on Twitter. *

Could hydrogen ease Germany's reliance on Russian gas? _ Why hydrogen might be one route for Germany to move away from dependence on Russian imports. *

Could contact lenses be the ultimate computer screen? _ Firms are developing smart contact lenses that can project data in front of the user's eye. *

Will swapping out electric car batteries catch on? _ One Chinese carmaker has plans for thousands of stations in Europe where you can switch batteries. *

The new jet set - why private plane usage has soared _ The pandemic led to more people using private jets, but is the increase set to continue? *

Why the volatile price of aluminium matters _ From door frames to aircraft and food packaging - how soaring prices will impact the world economy. *

Why India's poorest children are falling further behind _ Lack of access to smartphones and computers is widening the education gulf in India. *

Is it fair for fantasy football managers to rely on AI? _ Some managers think artificial intelligence helps remove their bias but others think it's cheating. *

£5m Virtual Reality centre launches in Portsmouth _ The university centre received more than £3m in government funding to help businesses create VR. *

Why one firm is banking on carbon fibre bikes in Europe _ Europe's bike firms want to source more components closer to home, including carbon fibre frames. *