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Lewes FC is the only club in the world that pays its women's team the same as its men.
A Unicef report shows ten million more underage girls may be forced to marry due to the pandemic.
A young woman today would have to work 40 years more to retire with the same amount, research suggests.
Naga Munchetty travelled across the UK to understand what race and racism means today.
The recommendations aim to reduce the number of safety checks banks request on blocks of flats.
From actors to ushers, read the stories of those who worked on a play that was cut short by Covid.
London Zoo staff explain how they - and the animals - have coped in their most difficult year.
In the country with the world's highest prevalence of HIV, Thembi Nkambule doesn't want people to die of Aids ashamed and alone.
Deepfake, or AI-generated videos, are increasingly being used commercially.
The trial of Derek Chauvin over the death of George Floyd puts the US jury system under the spotlight.
The big return to school is starting, with face masks and Covid tests for secondary pupils.
Ilmira Bagrautinova from the world-renowned Mariinsky Theatre danced in -15C to save a natural beauty spot.
Last year Singapore approved the sale of 'chicken' grown in a lab. What is it exactly - and could it be better for the planet?
Several of Monday's front pages lead with the return to the classroom for many pupils in England.
Gareth Bale and Harry Kane both score twice to inspire Tottenham to a third consecutive Premier League win at the expense of Crystal Palace.
World number one Judd Trump beats Jack Lisowski 4-0 to claim his fifth ranking title of the season.
At least 17 people have died and hundreds more have been injured in the city of Bata.
Goals from Bruno Fernandes and Luke Shaw earn Manchester United a 2-0 victory over Manchester City to end their rivals' 21-game winning run.
Jurgen Klopp says he is experiencing one of his lowest spells in a 20-year managerial career after Liverpool lost for the sixth successive home game.
England skipper Owen Farrell is "still learning to be a good captain" but will improve, says head coach Eddie Jones.