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'We're here for tennis, I didn't expect to be asked that' - Svitolina quizzed on relationship after win
Elina Svitolina eases into the Australian Open third round but is left feeling awkward after an on-court interview about her relationship with Gael Monfils.
We spend a day with Joy as he shows us what it's like being 17 in Kampala.
Some officers accused of gross misconduct wait years to be cleared, the police federation says.
Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares reach the Australian Open second round after beating Roman Jebavy and Andres Molteni.
A school in one of London's poorest boroughs aims to send 41 students to Oxford or Cambridge this year.
Jenny Lees, whose son had haemochromatosis and died, wants to see routine testing for the disorder.
Children at one squalid home seen by the BBC said they had been beaten and neglected by their carers.
The UK's intelligence services say there are too few young women working in cyber-security.
Josette Audin spent decades asking French leaders to admit responsibility for her husband's death in Algeria in 1957.
People with Parkinson's can freeze when they walk but laser shoes are helping them to keep moving.
Of 124 coffees in the world, we only drink two, but we need to protect all of them, say scientists.
And you don't have to be vegan to follow the "planetary health diet".
When Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa held a news conference, nobody expected a full PowerPoint presentation.
The young people who make a living from taking people for horse rides on Nigeria's beaches.
Eloeyse is only 16 but she has already completed her first solo flight.
Videos of Pumpkin have been watched thousands of times on social media.
The LGBT community in Ukraine is often under attack but one volunteer soldier has gone public about his sexuality.
Relive Derby's win on penalties over Southampton in 60 seconds, including VAR controversy, great goals and a bouncing Frank Lampard.
Victims of the siege at the hotel complex include a 9/11 survivor, a Youtuber and two inseparable friends.
Marie Kondo has turned de-cluttering into an art form - but does it really work?