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They report being sent pictures of decapitated bodies and having dog mess smeared on their door.
MPs talk about the level of abuse and threats they receive – both online and offline
The site's owner says a million people are now "looking for a home" after 8chan was driven offline.
The apology follows outcry over a photo of mounted officers leading an African American man by rope.
The US novelist was the first African American woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Mark Jordon was acting in self-defence when he bit a man after a row in a pub garden, a jury decides.
The five children died along with their mum, uncle and grandmother when the home was petrol bombed.
Anthony Joshua says he is determined to get his "passion" back for boxing ahead of his rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr later this year.
Toni Morrison was widely seen one of the leading lights of US literature and a champion for minorities.
Graeme Watson's prize gooseberry saw off the competition at a centuries' old fruit show.
Clauvino da Silva was found dead in his cell in Rio three days after his elaborate escape bid was foiled.
The before-and-after pictures have been shared 140,000 times on Facebook.
Former England captain Wayne Rooney will leave MLS side DC United in January to join Derby County as a player-coach.
The EU says there is currently no basis for "meaningful discussions", but the UK rejects that view.
Centre Ben Te'o and full-back Mike Brown are not in the 33-man squad for the first World Cup warm-up match against Wales this weekend.