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Watch as Hashem Abedi, the brother of the Manchester Arena bomber, is sent to Britain for trial.
The Hollywood film star wrote to the Edinburgh bookshop owner after finding out he was a typewriter "geek".
The Treasury has been making some claims about pay in the public and private sectors.
A photographer captures a pipe pumping filtered sewage into Langstone Harbour in Hampshire.
Current carbon-cutting plans from nations would lead the world to climate catastrophe, says the UN.
Joshua Kimmich denied he was an "anti-vaxxer" after expressing unease about long-term side effects.
The acclaimed police drama starring Sarah Lancashire is to make its comeback with six new episodes.
Running back Alvin Kamara became the fastest player in NFL history to reach both 3,000 rushing yards and 3,000 receiving yards during New Orleans Saints' 13-10 win over the Seattle Seahawks.
The UK government borrowed heavily to cope with Covid, but the chancellor has to balance the books and pay for spending promises.
BBC Scotland looks back at the most memorable matches of Walter Smith's career as manager with Rangers, Everton and Scotland.
At least tens of thousands in the UK, it is estimated, are not receiving the help they need.
Treasury sources say such a move would be badly targeted and there are other ways to help those struggling.
Walter Smith, one of Rangers' most successful managers and who had spells in charge of Everton and Scotland, has died at the age of 73.
A report says ex-minister Owen Paterson had used his position as MP to benefit two companies who paid him.
Japan's Princess Mako has finally married her college sweetheart, thus losing her royal status.
The government must cut demand for flying and meat under plans to curb climate change, experts say.
Police look on as four activists from Animal Rebellion are seen climbing the building in Westminster.
Some lesbians say they have been called transphobic for not wanting sex and relationships with trans women.
She will lose her royal status and has declined a $1.3m payment for leaving the family.
The two sides have until 14 July 2022 to submit sworn testimony in the civil case, a US judge rules.