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Divisions over how to deal with illegal immigration - particularly following Donald Trump's incendiary rhetoric - are likely to play a key role in debate during the US presidential election, says James Naughtie.
Approval for fracking in North Yorkshire raises the prospect of the controversial technique being allowed at other sites and restarts an intense debate.
The government refuses to give details of documents being held back from ministers backing an EU exit, saying that to do so could "undermine" the civil service.
US President Barack Obama sets out his plan for a stronger relationship with Vietnam, a day after lifting a ban on arms sales.
Anti-malarial drug Lariam, which can cause severe side-effects, should be the "drug of last resort" for UK troops, MPs on the defence committee say.
Greece has begun evacuating thousands of migrants from the makeshift Idomeni camp on its northern border with Macedonia.
Swiss financial regulators open criminal proceedings against the country's BSI bank over links to the corruption investigation into Malaysia's 1MDB fund.
Campaigners call for tougher penalties to deal with dog fights, which they say are taking place on Britain's streets among young men looking for status.
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The return of fracking for shale gas in England, the aftermath of Austria's near-election of a far-right president, and Louis van Gaal's sacking as Man Utd boss are all covered by the papers.
Tunisian officials urge the UK to relax its warning against all but essential travel to the country, after a 90% drop in British holidaymakers.
A mother who has lived in Australia for most of her life could be deported to the United Kingdom after being released from prison.
Darren Soh, a landscape photographer, creates a composite image that captures the beauty of Singapore's lightning storms.
A sugar shortage has forced Coca-Cola to stop producing soft drinks in Venezuela amid an escalating food and energy shortage.
The ban on GM crops by European countries should be reassessed, the president of UK science body the Royal Society has said.
The Syrian government accuses Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia of being behind a wave of bombings in the coastal cities of Tartous and Jableh.
Why is Bulgaria banning clothing almost none of its Muslims wear?
Activists are getting tattoos to highlight the rising level of carbon dioxide in the world's atmosphere.
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