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UK migration figures were released on Thursday morning. Have they reached record levels?
In Sun City, USA, a group of woman aged 55-84 have formed a cheerleading and marching squad.
SNP MP Mhairi Black criticises the decision to pay for the refurbishment of Buckingham Palace when the state pension age has been raised for some women.
More than a quarter of a million people in England are homeless, says housing charity Shelter.
Junior doctors' workloads across the UK mean they are missing out on important training, says a report by the General Medical Council.
Abseiling activists criticise Australia's asylum policies in a second day of protests at parliament.
The plane carrying footballers which crashed in Colombia ran out of fuel, a leaked tape reveals.
Norway's Magnus Carlsen beats Russia's Sergey Karjakin to win World Chess Championship for the third time.
The Brit Awards statuette designed by the late architect Dame Zaha Hadid is unveiled.
Photographer Ed Gold's images from the remote community of Galena in Alaska, USA.
Three papers lead on motoring stories - while Karen Danczuk tells the Sun she was raped by her brother.
Gareth Southgate says England have the potential to give him closure by winning the European Championship in 2020.
Singer Ed Sheeran performs his only gig of 2016 at a fundraising event for a new children's hospice.
Born to North African parents, Rachida Dati has risen to become one of the most high profile, yet controversial, female politicians in France.
Palliative care nurse Lucy Finch talks about how witnessing an agonising death led her to set up Malawi's first hospice.
The Afghan women risking all to join the police.
The Red Arrows aerobatic display team completes a 60-day world tour, including its first show in China.
A recording has emerged of the pilot of the plane carrying the Chapecoense football team talking to air traffic control in Colombia.
Manchester United will play Hull, while Liverpool take on Southampton in the semi-finals of the EFL Cup.
Two men are to be reported to the PPS as part of a PSNI investigation into misconduct in a public office.