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  1. Trump tells European countries to take back IS fighters

    The US president urges its European allies to repatriate 800 Islamic State fighters in Iraq and Syria.
  2. Passengers seek flights after Flybmi ceases operations

    Travellers tell the BBC they cannot get home after the UK regional airline went into administration.
  3. Brexit: Theresa May urges Tory MPs to unite and back deal

    Theresa May tells Conservatives "history will judge us all" over the handling of Britain's EU exit.
  4. Pension contribution hike to hit pay packets

    The potential impact on workers with auto-enrolled pensions is "quite substantial", says an expert.
  5. Bloodsports videos taken down from Facebook and YouTube

    Footage of cockfighting and hare coursing in the UK was removed after a Countryfile investigation.
  6. Instagram: Will quitting make me happy?

    Nicole and Tali are Instagram besties. But the pressure to post is taking its toll.
  7. Yellow-vest protests: Macron condemns anti-Semitic abuse

    A group of protesters in Paris directed insults and anti-Jewish taunts at a prominent philosopher.
  8. Parents of sick babies need more leave, charity says

    Parents of sick babies need more paternity and maternity leave, a neonatal charity says.
  9. Jussie Smollett 'paid Nigerian brothers to attack him'

    The actor's lawyers deny the latest reports, which come after Chicago police released two men.
  10. Emiliano Sala: Former coach's tribute as funeral takes place

    On the day of footballer Emiliano Sala's funeral, a childhood friend and a former coach pay tribute.
  11. Haydock Park: Mass brawl among 50 spectators

    Haydock Park officials are investigating after a mass brawl involving about 50 people broke out among spectators at the racecourse.
  12. Laura Muir: Scot breaks 31-year-old mile record by more than five seconds

    Scot Laura Muir smashes Kirsty Wade's 31-year-old British record to win the women's indoor mile in Birmingham.
  13. The Papers: Richest man quits UK, and EU Brexit aid plan

    A prominent Brexiteer's decision to move to Monaco for tax reasons, and EU plans to send food aid to the UK feature in Sunday's papers.
  14. Zachary Cruz: 'My brother was the Parkland gunman'

    "The whole world is going to give him hate - why do I?" says Zachary Cruz of the Parkland shooting gunman.
  15. The aerial acrobats who can't see the ground

    Blind performers push at the limits from on high
  16. London Fashion Week: Meet the couple who dress the stars

    Meet the fashion designers behind the Aadnevik label, who dress everyone from Kylie Minogue to Kendall Jenner.
  17. Quirkier moments from Man City v Newport County

    Watch the quirkier moments from Manchester City's FA Cup fifth-round victory against Newport County, including a cabbage-patch playing surface and Joe Day's "nose splattering" save.
  18. Cambridge time expert fears sundials are 'old hat'

    Cambridge academic Dr Frank King says getting young people to love sundials is "an uphill struggle".
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    BBC coverage of latest developments
  20. The soldier with a secret talent - ballet

    When Alex Smith joined the Army he didn't reveal to anyone he had spent years training to be a dancer.
  21. Quadriga: The cryptocurrency exchange that lost $135m

    When Quadriga's founder died he left behind a mystery: what happened to millions in cryptocurrency?
  22. Has Meghan's accent changed since marrying Prince Harry?

    Linguistics experts are split over whether the Duchess of Sussex has adopted a British twang.
  23. The sound-editor mum up for an Oscar

    At home Nina Hartstone runs the PTA and feeds the cat, at work she's a Bafta-winning sound editor. Now she's in line for an Oscar.
  24. How Lidl learnt to be less German in the UK

    Ronny Gottschlich, the former boss of Lidl, explains how the German discounter grew in the UK.
  25. Chaka Khan: Why she gets annoyed by her tuneful greeting

    The legendary singer on the "mixed blessing" of that track and how the planet feels different without Aretha Franklin.
  26. Rachel Morris: Paralympic cycling and rowing champion targets skiing

    Paralympic cycling and rowing champion Rachel Morris starts her quest for a third sporting success on the snow.
  27. Man City can win every competition this season - Foden

    Manchester City can "definitely" become the first English side to win all four major trophies in one season this term, says midfielder Phil Foden.
  28. Di Grassi wins with dramatic last-second overtake - report & video

    Brazil's Lucas di Grassi wins a dramatic Mexico City Formula E-Prix after overtaking Pascal Wehrlein metres before the finish line.
  29. Formula E: 'Absolute chaos' as Nelson Piquet crash brings out red flag in Mexico

    Nelson Piquet's spectacular crash with Jean-Eric Vergne causes "absolute chaos" and brings out the red flag at the Mexico City E-Prix.
  30. FA Cup: Newport County 1-4 Manchester City highlights

    Watch highlights as two goals from Phil Foden help Manchester City overcome a brave Newport County side in their FA Cup fifth-round tie at Rodney Parade.
  31. FA Cup: Ashley Cole heads Derby back into contention against Brighton

    Ashley Cole scores his first FA Cup goal to give Derby hope in their fifth-round tie, but hosts Brighton hold on to secure a 2-1 victory and a place in the quarter-finals.
  32. Melbourne Renegades stage stunning fightback to win Big Bash

    Melbourne Renegades produce a stunning fightback to beat Melbourne Stars by 13 runs and win the Big Bash for the first time.
  33. Helping people with a learning disability to find love

    A couple who both have Down's syndrome say their relationship has thrived thanks to family support.
  34. National Parks competition won by Peak District photo

    The photography competition celebrates the 70th anniversary of UK national parks.
  35. Simone Giertz: 'Why I sent my brain tumour to Antarctica'

    YouTuber Simone Giertz the "queen of bad robots" reveals why she sent her tumour to the ends of the earth.
  36. Derry City: UK football club staying in Europe after Brexit

    After Brexit, Derry City will be the only UK-based club competing in a league within the European Union.
  37. Grey squirrel lasagne on London restaurant menu

    A restaurant owner at London's Borough market describes how he uses culled grey squirrels to produce a sustainable white meat.
  38. El Chapo guilty: Will his jailing change anything?

    The trial and conviction of the notorious Joaquín Guzmán tells us much about the multi-billion drugs trade.
  39. Cameron Kasky: How being a student gun control activist took its toll

    Cameron Kasky was a leader of the youth movement against gun control after the Parkland school massacre. Eventually the strain caught up with him.
  40. My disabled son’s amazing gaming life in the World of Warcraft

    Robert and Trude thought their son Mats lived a lonely life, but they discovered this was far from true.