MPs say they will conduct a full inquiry into sexual misconduct in the aid sector.
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The Brexit secretary promises the UK will maintain high standards and regulations outside the EU.
Hundreds of the chicken chain's UK outlets remain shut following "issues" with new delivery firm DHL.
Briton Elise Christie's hopes of winning a medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics are over after she is disqualified in her 1,000m short track heat.
More than 100 people may have been killed in the Damascus area of the Eastern Ghouta.
There was a four-fold increase in cases in 2017 compared with the previous year.
Campaigners say a law change in England and Wales would make it easier for police to take action.
Hannah Turtle admits suffocating her baby boy James, after changing her plea midway through her trial.
The bands of leather are "probably the only known surviving examples" of their kind.
The storm, which caused widespread damage in Tonga and Fiji last week, has now hit New Zealand.
Damian Green doesn't think he acted inappropriately towards journalist Kate Maltby
The Japanese man can now pursue custody of 13 children he fathered through Thai surrogate mothers.
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Photographer Stephen Wilkes melds more than 1,000 pictures of a scene into a single image.
Jesy Nelson has been accused of cultural borrowing after unveiling a dreadlock hairstyle on Instagram.
John Conway was on holiday in Bali when the woman fell 40m from a viewing platform on an active volcano.
US and South Korean soldiers learn essential jungle survival skills in Thailand.
Jeffrey Kong creates objects using Lego. He says it can be used as a form of self-expression
Where does the #MeToo movement leave male strip dancers? Newsnight's Emily Maitlis finds out.
Tuesday's papers cover pressure on Jeremy Corbyn over Cold War files, KFC's lack of chicken and strikes at universities.
The trip is designed to warn people about the dangers of illegal crossings, say the owners.
With more than 200 regional papers having closed since 2005, the government has launched a review of the industry.
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The Office is to get an Indian spin-off - we take a look at the different versions of Ricky Gervais's hit sitcom.
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The former Italian prime minister hopes to lead the next coalition government but is still as outspoken as ever.
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A grieving mother sheds some light on Russia's secret mercenary war in Syria.
Warm words have raised expectations of improved relations between the two countries.
Since China refused last month to accept any more foreign waste for recycling, the UK is facing a challenge disposing of its plastic waste.
LeBlanc, Harris and Reid are back.
Fish farming is big business and producers are adopting new technologies to expand and cut costs.
Victims of Barry Bennell tell Liverpool Crown Court how his abuse devastated their lives.
London Fashion Week highlights so far include yeti feet, balloon ensembles and a walking condom dress.
Daniel Kaluuya is the latest actor to join the Skins hall of fame after winning the EE Bafta Rising Star award.
Chippendales dance captain discusses groping, objectification and the enjoyment of stripping.
Ten years on since the kidnapping hoax, has the full story been revealed?
Home ownership among young people has plummeted. What protections do UK tenants have and what responsibilities do they face?
Two men describe the difficulties they experienced when they took their wife's last name.
Wigan's fifth-round win over Manchester City is a bigger shock than their 2013 FA Cup final victory, says Kevin Kilbane.
Nottinghamshire's England ODI opener Alex Hales is to follow Adil Rashid's lead and give up red-ball cricket.
Great Britain's Elise Christie is disqualified, despite finishing second, in her short track speed skating 1,000m heat, ending a miserable Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
Dan Biggar returns at fly-half for Wales against Ireland in a team showing three changes from the Six Nations defeat by England.
England women head coach Phil Neville names Chelsea's Anita Asante in his first squad for the SheBelieves Cup next month.
Chairman David Sharpe says Wigan will review the pitch invasion after their FA Cup win over Manchester City, as police say two arrests were made outside the ground.
Gary Lineker asks BBC Match of the Day pundits Alan Shearer, Roberto Martinez and Joleon Lescott if Anthony Taylor's decision to send off Fabian Delph was correct.
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have won two Olympic titles and broken all records - but all anyone is asking is: "Are they going to kiss?"
Great Britain's Penny Coomes and Nick Buckland miss out on a top-10 ice dance placing on day 11 of the Winter Olympics.
Marie Martinod says her silver medal sends an inspirational message, as Cassie Sharpe wins the women's ski halfpipe final in Pyeongchang.
Watch Swiss skier Joel Gisler's crash as he lands on the lip of the halfpipe in the men's qualification round at the Winter Olympics.
Great Britain's curling teams record great wins to take huge steps towards the Winter Olympic semi-finals in Pyeongchang.
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Canada's Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir held their nerve to become Olympic ice dance champions for a second time.
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The Britons, the medals, the highlights - everything you need to know about every day of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
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Students re-live Wednesday's shooting in Florida - and demand tougher gun laws from their government.