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Europol is asking the public to help trace locations in photos linked to child sexual abuse.
High-profile nature lovers including broadcaster Chris Packham have criticised developers for promoting the practice.
The latest twists in the Brexit story and speculation about what might happen next week dominate Saturday's papers.
Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi makes a disappointing return to Argentina duty after being injured in a 3-1 defeat by Venezuela.
The PM tells MPs if there isn't "sufficient support" for her Brexit deal a vote may not happen next week.
Special counsel Robert Mueller will not recommend further indictments, justice department official says.
England midfielder Eric Dier will miss Monday's Euro 2020 qualifier in Montenegro after being injured in the win over the Czech Republic.
Raheem Sterling scores a hat-trick as England begin their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a highly impressive victory over the Czech Republic.
Neil Robertson will face Ronnie O'Sullivan in the Tour Championship final after beating Northern Ireland's Mark Allen 10-6.
Professor Nicky March picks out some examples from art and literature and explains what they tell us.
Purdue Pharma has generated billions for the family that own it from selling controversial painkiller opioids.
The broadcaster's film will explore potential threats to our planet and the possible solutions.
With iPhone sales slowing, could the tech giant be about to announce a move into subscription TV?
Dozens have died and hundreds of people were injured in the explosion at a chemical plant in eastern China.
Edinburgh overcame defending champions and Conference B leaders Leinster to claim a bonus-point win which keeps their Pro14 playoff hopes alive.
Welcome to Yorkshire said chief executive Sir Gary Verity was leaving on "health grounds".
Cases are reported in the flooded port city of Beira, a week after it was hit by a deadly cyclone.
A 38-year-old and a 34-year-old are being held on suspicion of racially aggravated criminal damage.
The US president refers to "additional large-scale sanctions" recently announced by the US Treasury.
The problem is becoming worse - and Brexit has made the issue 'particularly acute', says Lord Evans.