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  1. The storms have killed 26 and devastated rural towns, with Rolling Fork almost completely wiped out.
  2. As Donald Trump stares down a potential arrest, it is business as usual at his campaign rally.
  3. There has been talk for some weeks of Ukraine launching a spring offensive against Russian forces.
  4. The US Defense Department says it does not believe Russia is preparing to use the nuclear weapons.
  5. Yoav Gallant's call comes as Israelis opposed to the changes hold further nationwide mass rallies.
  6. The unrest follows weeks of protests against President Emmanuel Macron's pension reforms.
  7. Indian opposition leader Rahul Gandhi says he "will not stop" after being stripped of his MP status.
  8. Xavier López Rodriguez's squeaky-voiced character sparked many an internet meme.
  9. Mr Moore famously predicted that computer processing power would double every two years.
  10. From jaw-dropping comments to questions about Taylor Swift, Ms Paltrow's court testimony wasn't shy of drama.
  11. One Florida parent complained Michelangelo's iconic statue amounted to pornography.
  12. Despite Russia spending months trying to take the city, Ukrainian officials say they are holding on.
  13. Three-time Formula 1 world champion Nelson Piquet is fined for using racist and homophobic language about British Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton.
  14. The unusually large space object harmlessly bypasses the planet, as predicted by scientists.
  15. The boat, which was trying to reach Italy, is the fifth to capsize in two days in the Mediterranean.
  16. Waco, Texas, was the site of a deadly standoff in 1993 between the US government and an "Army of God".
  17. Genetic data released by China three years after it was gathered has provided 'the best evidence' of how the pandemic started, scientists say.
  18. How will the former US President handle his courthouse entry if he has to turn himself in?
  19. A selection of striking images from around the world, taken in the past seven days.
  20. The BBC visits a 400-year-old Thai temple where devotees get spiritual tattoos.
  21. The government said it had found their parents' remains but other research raised fresh questions.
  22. Protests that are rocking his country cast a shadow over the Israeli PM's flying visit.
  23. Protesters against Macron's pension reform set rubbish alight after two weeks of bin strikes.
  24. The actress is being sued by a retired optometrist who claims she caused a skiing collision in 2016.
  25. The country is controversially home to a fifth of the world's slot machines, known locally as "pokies".
  26. They have become the new frontier in the US battle over abortion access but their future is at risk.
  27. BBC weather presenter Ben Rich gives the science behind a tornado.
  28. Drone footage captures the devastation after a tornado hits Rolling Fork, Mississippi.
  29. Tornado kills and injures dozens of people, leaving destruction across swathes of Mississippi.
  30. Security guards fight off the man in Tampa, Florida, possibly preventing a mass shooting, police say.