Jul 4, 2017 6:30pm BST
states. the launch draws quick condemnation. president trump calls on china to act and end this nonsense once and for all. the european commission president unleashes on the european parliament for failing to show up, and threatens to not return. the wall of the old city in raqqa has been breached by allies there are only a few members who can control the commission. you are ridiculous. i will never again attend a meeting of this kind. the wall of the old city in raqqa has been breached by allies of the us led coalition as they advance against so—called islamic state. and to mark america's independence day we will take you to meet the presidents, 43 of them, in one small corner of virginia.
Jul 5, 2017 6:30pm BST
— could help to forge closer ties between germany and china. that's all ahead on bbc news. now on bbc news, it's time for sportsday. hello, and welcome to wimbledon sportsday. i'm katherine downes. a blistering day at the all—england club, but andy murray keeps his cool on centre court to see off dustin brown in straight sets. a roar of relief from johanna konta, as she comes through a three—hour battle on centre court. and she has company in the third round, as an inspired heather watson dispatched the 18th seed, anastasia sevastova. and it's 30 years today since the most famous climb in wimbledon history. pat cash relives his finest hour. so off i went, and it looked like it was a sort of spur of the moment thing, but it wasn't really. it was something that i really wanted to do. to go and thank my father and the team, and you know, it was a very special moment for us all. and also coming up, find out how chris froome took the lead of this year's tour de france. andy murray turned up the heat on centre court, and did away with germany's dustin brown in straight sets. a clinical
Jul 15, 2017 6:35pm BST
of north korea who had to settle for third. china claimed the gold. it means a lot. we have not been training that long, about a year now. we have shown really good performances over europe and in britain. this is ourfirst world competition and we have done well which we are happy with. it is hard to do synchro with a boy and girl pairing but i think we suit really well together on the board. i don't know what it is but i feel like i relax with lois a lot on the board and she died is really amazing. it isa and she died is really amazing. it is a good partnership and we are happy. ian poulter has a share of the lead heading into the final round of the scottish open golf. he's on nine under par along with another englishman callum shinkwin and andrew dodt of australia. poulter, who finished second in the players championship back in may, went round in 71. three birdies for him, this approach shot on the eighth helping him to one of those his playing partner 24—year—old shinkwin, ranking outside the world's top 400, had a mixed round — but did manage an eagle on the 14th. hor
Jul 6, 2017 6:30pm BST
nuclear advance weighs over the g20 summit as does the growing rift between china and the us
Jul 13, 2017 6:30pm BST
china's new silk road an opportunity or a liability for the countries it travels through? today the road takes us to poland where farmers are looking east — hoping their products can find a new enormous pool of consumers.