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'Brexit: 'Big gap' remains in UK-EU deal discussions
The future of Northern Ireland's border dominates, while Parliament reconvenes for the Queen's Speech.
Turkey-Syria offensive: Kurds reach deal with Syrian army
Syrian government forces will be deployed along Syria's northern border to halt Turkey's assault.
'Oval Four': Men 'framed by corrupt detective' to go to court
Two men claim they were wrongly convicted of assaulting a police officer nearly 50 years ago.
Labour's nationalisation price tag would start at £196bn, CBI says
The CBI employers' group claims Labour's plans would cost the combined health and education budgets.
Mother's sepsis warning after hospital failure
Five-year-old Ava Macfarlane died from sepsis in December 2017.
Booker Prize 2019: Margaret Atwood leads six authors in the frame to win
Margaret Atwood is the bookmakers' favourite for her follow-up to The Handmaid's Tale.
Typhoon Hagibis: Japan deploys 110,000 rescuers after worst storm in decades
The typhoon - the worst to hit the country in decades - has left at least 37 dead, with 20 missing.
After years searching, I found my sister next door
Hillary and Dawn were strangers who shared a driveway - until Hillary made a life-altering discovery.
Canadian PM Trudeau shrugs off security threat
The prime minister appeared at a rally in a bulletproof vest and surrounded by uniformed officers.
Ecuador repeals law ending fuel subsidies in deal to stop protests
An agreement is struck after talks in Quito between the government and indigenous leaders.
Spain braced for verdict in Catalan separatists' trial
Twelve politicians and activists face sedition charges over an independence referendum in 2017.
Harry Dunn crash: Parents 'hopeful' about US meeting
Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn hope to take up the offer of meeting Anne Sacoolas.
Hong Kong protests: President Xi warns of 'crushed bodies'
China's president says trying to divide China will end in "crushed bodies", in a warning to Hong Kong.
The Papers: Brexit proposals 'baffle' and 'fury' at EU
The papers report on the prospect of Boris Johnson securing a deal before a key summit on Thursday.
The pink dolphins giving people their lives back
A physiotherapist working with wild dolphins in the Amazon river has helped more than 600 children.
British orphans found trapped in Syria IS camp
The BBC discovered three children from the same family stranded after their parents died in the fighting with Islamic State.
Coco Gauff wins first WTA title beating Jelena Ostapenko in Linz Open final
Coco Gauff wins her first WTA title by beating former French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko 6-3 1-6 6-2 in the Linz Open final.
Steampunk festival held in Bronte's Haworth
Event highlights include tea duelling, burlesque shows and parades.
In pictures: Powerful Typhoon Hagibis lashes Japan
The worst typhoon to hit the country in decades brings deadly flooding and landslides.
ICYMI: Hot air, hugs and high kicks
Plus paintings "coming to life" in your round-up of news you might have missed this week.
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What Brexit means for half-term holiday plans
Costs, paperwork, and the healthcare safety net may all be affected. Here's what you need to know.
Why are there sex shops on the A1?
Why are they there and, in the age of the internet, who is going in?
Yasuke: The mysterious African samurai
Yasuke was entrusted with decapitating his Japanese lord - a huge honour 500 years ago.
The British girl who went to meet her death row pen pal
"We were the only white people on the bus - and the only people to get off at death row."
Queen's Speech: What is it and why is it important?
The vote that follows the Queen's Speech will be a test of confidence in the government.
The hungry 26-year-old who set up a £100m food firm
When Timo Boldt realised he wanted to get meal kits delivered, he decided to set up his own firm.
East Germany 1989: People power activists who toppled a state
A giant anti-communist protest in Leipzig in October 1989 doomed the East German state.
Thai elephant deaths: Do elephants risk their lives to save each other?
A tragedy in Thailand has pulled on our heartstrings, and can help us learn about elephant empathy.
Wales held by group leaders Croatia
Gareth Bale's equaliser against Croatia in Cardiff keeps Wales' European Championship qualifying hopes alive.
Kosgei shatters women's marathon record - watch the winning moment
Brigid Kosgei claims a new women's marathon world record in Chicago, beating the time set by Britain's Paula Radcliffe in 2003.
Scotland knocked out of World Cup by hosts Japan
Scotland crash out of the World Cup at the pool stage for only the second time after being beaten by an irrepressible Japan in Yokohama.
Bulgaria v England: Tyrone Mings in line to make England debut
Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's European Championship qualifying game between Bulgaria and England.
Joe Fraser GB gymnast wins World Championships gold on parallel bars
Joe Fraser wins Great Britain's first ever gold medal on the parallel bars at the World Gymnastics Championships in Stuttgart.
Simone Biles: The world's greatest gymnast
Simone Biles becomes the most decorated gymnast in World Championships history with five gold medals in Stuttgart, to take her tally to a staggering 25.
What is life like on Penzance's Treneere estate?
Four family members describe life on Penzance's Treneere estate - one of England's most deprived areas.
Translating for Mum and Dad
When a family arrives in a new country, often children find themselves in the role of translator.
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