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  1. The RMT union rejects the first offer made by the Rail Delivery Group in the ongoing dispute.
  2. Olivier Giroud becomes France’s all-time leading goalscorer as the World Cup holders coast past Poland to reach the quarter-finals.
  3. Nadhim Zahawi says President Putin “wants to see” strikes, as he outlines plans to avoid disruption.
  4. Sofia lives in cramped conditions with her boyfriend and his mother after strikes destroyed their home.
  5. The move would mark a concession to protesters but it has not been confirmed by other authorities.
  6. Arsene Wenger suggests that countries that protested at the World Cup have seen their on-field performances suffer as a result.
  7. Nearly 2,000 people are told to leave the area of Mount Semeru, as “hot avalanches” of lava pour from it.
  8. Ursula von der Leyen says the EU must act amid concerns within the bloc over US climate legislation.
  9. Ngozi Fulani told the BBC her encounter with Lady Susan Hussey was like an “interrogation”.
  10. Three-year-old Abigail is non-verbal and visually impaired but music therapy helps her communicate.