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A Nigerian father who used to chase health workers away from his home has a change of heart.
Fashion bloggers are covering up and sales of modest clothes are up in high street stores.
Jeanine Áñez is condemned by ex-leader Evo Morales who says it is the "sneakiest" coup in history.
David Gauke, who was expelled from the Tories over Brexit, is standing in South West Hertfordshire.
The UK can't afford to "squander" more time, the Tory leader will say in his first big election speech.
Mikhail Galin is stripped of his air miles after sneaking his overweight cat on an Aeroflot flight.
The party says it would tax the "wealthiest" to cut hospital waiting times if it wins the election.
Catch up on the big election campaign news from Tuesday in less than three minutes.
People keep claiming on social media that a tax avoidance deadline has been driving the Brexit agenda.
From 'ultra-marginals' to the highest Leave and Remain seats - which are the battlegrounds that could make the difference?
When two people bumped into each other, a tale of death threats, hijack and escape emerged.
Christian Bale and Matt Damon on fighting for roles, as they team up in new movie Le Mans '66.
Ranniel dives into one of Manila's most polluted rivers for less than two dollars a day.
Ride-hailing app Uber is far from the first company to change prices according to customer numbers.
More women are needed in senior roles, although board membership is making progress, a review finds.
BBC Sport takes a look at what all 20 Premier League clubs are doing to help the environment.
Fred Spiksley starred for England, acted with Charlie Chaplin and escaped from a German prisoner of war camp. That's only part of his story.
The BBC's Orla Guerin meets a family waiting to cross to Europe from Libya with orphaned children whose mother died on the way.
The former Democratic nominee refuses to rule it out, telling the BBC: "Never say never."
Labour's 10-point plan to "save the NHS" and a new poll are among the stories making the front pages.