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It follows hot on the heels of Iron Fist, which was binned last week.
Leeds United miss the chance to return to the top of the Championship table after losing at Blackburn Rovers.
Nine protestant civilians and an IRA bomber died in the 1993 attack.
The spike in people taking the test is partly down to the singer, examiners say.
England clinch the series against Sri Lanka with victory in another rain-affected one-day international.
It was feared that Luzia, a 12,000-year-old fossil, had been totally lost in the Brazil fire.
Turkey's threat comes as Saudi admits for the first time the journalist was killed - in a fistfight.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are at the colourful opening ceremony at Sydney Opera House.
The Glasgow-bound flight from Shetland was carrying 40 passengers when it was struck by birds.
The actress received an Oscar nomination for playing a lesbian in Carol in 2015.
Two people are hurt and 18 evacuated from their homes after the blast in south-west London.
The former England captain is adjusting to his new US club but remains unknown among some Americans.
Steven Avery's new lawyer is tipped to make a big impression in the new season of Making A Murderer.
Thousands of Central American migrants are stuck at the Mexico-Guatemala border hoping to make it to the US.
Protesters calling for a referendum on the final deal will march before a rally in London.
The Poralia rufescens is swimming off the coast of southern California in the Pacific Ocean.
How a student became the radical preacher, just released from prison, pictured on the right.
The incredible tale of how a Czech gymnast protested against the Soviet Union's invasion of her country at the 1968 Olympics.
Ireland decides whether it should remove the criminal offence of blasphemy from the constitution.
The ruling coalition's one-seat majority could evaporate if it loses the Wentworth by-election.