Memories differ and rumours abound but the first women's Rugby World Cup can be certain of its game-changing legacy.
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Ukraine continues to take back territory from Russia but Moscow says it will regain it.
England midfielder Jude Bellingham scores one and sets up another as Borussia Dortmund ease past Sevilla to tighten their grip on second place in Group G.
Chelsea get their first win of this season's Champions League with an emphatic and fully deserved victory over AC Milan.
Erling Haaland continues his incredible scoring form with two more goals as Manchester City sweep Copenhagen aside in Champions League Group G.
Marine Colonel Nicole Mann tells the BBC she hopes her achievement will inspire future generations.
Surprising news stories about candidates are not uncommon in US politics before November elections.
Noah is now the most popular name for boys, while Olivia stays at the top of the list for baby girls.
Growth is just one of many problems facing the Tory government, the BBC's political editor says.
Celtic's hopes of progressing in the Champions League were dented after RB Leipzig eventually triumphed in a frantic and entertaining contest.
LIV Golf signs a "strategic alliance" with the Middle East and Africa (Mena), Tour which it claims will allow its players to earn world ranking points.
Major oil producers including Saudi Arabia will pump less, raising fears of higher petrol prices.
Jessica Lawson, 12, died after a pontoon capsized in a lake near Limoges in 2015.
The prime minister wants to be judged on boosting economic growth, but how easy will that be to deliver?
Filming of Rust will resume in January, with Hutchins' husband on board as executive producer.
The world's major oil exporters have agreed to cut production by two million barrels a day.
The British Boxing Board of Control says the bout is "not in the interests of boxing" after Conor Benn returns an adverse drug test before fighting Chris Eubank Jr.
It comes after a claim that two men entered a fitting room in Cambridge as a woman was changing.
In her first party conference speech as PM, Liz Truss vows to take on the "anti-growth coalition".
Sridhar Ramaswamy says the technology sector has become "exploitative" of people's data.
A video appears to show teenagers shouting "get lost, Basiji", as protests spread to the classroom.
A typical two-year fixed rate deal has breached the 6% mark for the first time since November 2008.
Bizarre, inappropriate and occasionally spot on - what music tells us about political leaders.
Steve Thompson opens up about the impact of early onset dementia on his life, including leading to suicidal thoughts.
The footage shows a man stumbling across a Lincoln crossing moments before a train blasts through.
Universal boss Donna Langley is the first British woman to run a Hollywood studio.
Mike Pickering says the use of his song to introduce Liz Truss at the Tory conference left him "angry".
Rescue dog Pip went missing on a walk but managed to navigate the 4.6 miles home.
Thousands of transport workers are striking in an ongoing row over pay, jobs and conditions.
Two teenage sisters are trying to highlight a wider diversity of characters in children's books.
The owner of Leopard and Barcode has kept it wrapped in a blanket under a bed for a decade.
Meet the people who are choosing alternative ways to heat their homes and keep their bills down.
The BBC has analysed over 1,000 videos of unprecedented protests following Mahsa Amini's death in custody.
BBC Sport profiles Arsenal and England winger Beth Mead, one of five nominees for the BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2022 award.