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Outgoing UKIP leader Nigel Farage addressed supporters of US presidential candidate Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Mississippi.
The death toll in the Italian earthquake rises to 247 as rescuers continue efforts to find survivors in the rubble of Amatrice and nearby small towns.
Jurgen Klopp hopes to draw on the experience of past Liverpool managers and oversee a sustained period of success at the club.
The devastation in Italy following the earthquake on Wednesday, and the deaths of five men at a beach in Camber Sands, feature in the papers.
Colombia's government and the Farc rebel group sign a historic peace agreement after nearly four years of negotiations.
Leaving the EU is an opportunity to fix the UK's "broken" immigration system and restore public confidence in controlled migration, a report says.
Catholic church authorities in Ireland order a review of social media access for trainee priests after allegations some of them used the gay dating app Grindr.
Parents of children with learning disabilities are being pushed "to breaking point" by a lack of childcare during the summer holidays, Mencap says.
It's the last year of the current system, which was introduced in 1988. But how would you fare against today's teenagers in the current exams?
The Food Standards Agency is warning people not to eat burgers that are pink in the middle, to avoid the risk of food poisoning at barbecues this summer.
Engineers in the US have built the first self-contained, entirely soft robot - in the shape of a 7cm octopus.
For the first time, a soft robot has been built that moves on its own with no batteries or cables.
Five restaurants in Scotland achieve a Top 50 listing in the 2017 Good Food Guide, with Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles leading the Scottish entries.
Japanese companies are paying for employees to attend "crying workshops".
As Russia gears up for parliamentary elections, how is it dealing with dissenting protestors?
How do astronomers decide whether a planet is potentially habitable?
Pedro Almodovar on why his 20th film is his most serious yet.
A look at the growing number of businesses who are trying to make a positive difference to society by speaking out on societal or political issues, and their reasons for doing so.
A slick music video in which a US invasion force is destroyed by a patriotic tsunami has upset Iranian conservatives.