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The American singer snubbed a ceremony in December but is in Sweden for two concerts this weekend.
The 29-year-old's relatives wanted to overturn an inquest jury's conclusion that he was lawfully killed.
EU regulators block London Stock Exchange's £21bn merger with German stock exchange Deutsche Boerse.
A report into an outbreak of E. coli O157 in which a three-year-old child died has concluded Dunsyre Blue cheese was the source.
Instead of backing his own party's candidate, Manuel Valls throws his weight behind Emmanuel Macron.
This is the first time a monster truck driver has completed a front flip in the sport's history.
The president is accused of "ignoring basic science" as public campaigns and court cases are planned.
Violet Youens was hit by a car when it mounted the pavement while she was out with her grandmother.
The bulging python was cut open after villagers grew suspicious it had eaten the man.
According to a new survey, nearly half of British dog and cat owners let their animals sleep on their bed.
Relatives of Andreea Cristea express thanks to UK as London attack victim remains critically ill.
Alexander Blackman says his wife's campaign "sustained" him during his three years in jail.
Sale Sharks winger Denny Solomona declares himself available for England after completing his three-year residency.
After the Note 7 was scrapped, many believe its latest launch is a make or break moment.
In 1985, Kim Cotton became Britain's first commercial surrogate mother
A former employer describes Masood as the "antithesis of a violent radical".
Though the French presidential candidate still thinks Great Britain will negotiate a good deal.
Red lines, Britons in the EU and can the UK back out? Kevin Connolly and Norman Smith investigate.
As the government formally triggers Article 50, BBC editors set out the key negotiation areas.
Ken Barlow Some classic TV whodunnits from over the years on both sides of the Atlantic.