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Sue Elliott-Nicholls loves her 23-year-old son deeply - but living together can be a nightmare, she says. He agrees.
Instagrammer Isabella Santa Maria grew up with facial scars following a childhood accident.
The security services are "full of people from everyday backgrounds doing extraordinary work", says the duke.
Two Bruneians, who have left the country, describe what life is like there for LGBT people.
Graves are being looted in Venezuela amid the country's economic and political crisis.
It's the first time protests have reached the building in Khartoum, near the presidential compound.
Casimir Pulaski, who fought in George Washington's army, could also have been intersex.
Theresa May is under pressure on two fronts over her Brexit strategy, according to Sunday's front pages.
President Beji Caid Essebsi says he will step aside despite calls for him to run in November's poll.
Downing Street says the PM had to hold cross-party talks or risk letting Brexit "slip through our fingers".
Aintree's little legend Tiger Roll got a hero's reception after joining a select band of double Grand National winners.
England forward Raheem Sterling is named sportsman of the year award at the 2019 British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards.
Paul Ince and Alex Scott discuss which dressing room they'd rather be in going into the final few weeks of the Premier League title race: Liverpool or Manchester City?
Benjamin Netanyahu's comments come three days before the country's general election.