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David Armstrong-Jones and his wife Serena are separating after 26 years, a spokesman says.
Anastasia Shevchenko is facing six years in prison for her opposition political activism.
John Shipton said Julian Assange had felt "ceaseless anxiety" over the past decade.
A row over comments by South Africa's last white president, FW de Klerk, reopens old wounds.
Extreme weather events are happening around the world regularly and forecasts can help people prepare.
Magda, who is Jewish, and Marwa, who is Palestinian and Muslim, are driving a push to rescue Egypt's Jewish heritage.
Better sight, better hands and more intelligence are allowing robots to take on more and more jobs.
The singer is favourite to win best new artist and best single at the ceremony on Tuesday.
"Vicky" alleges her mother was aged 13, under the age of consent, when her father raped her.
Thousands of Americans die from kidney failure each year, but efforts to find organ donors remain contentious.
One woman, who has waited over two years to be seen, said it had left her suicidal.
The UK's first industrial contribution to the orbiting platform will improve its communication links.
The video assistant referee (VAR) "didn't get it right" in Chelsea's loss against Manchester United and it was "soul destroying" for the fans, says Blues boss Frank Lampard.
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Tuesday's newspapers include reports of the UK's chief Brexit negotiator's speech in Brussels.
Manchester United are up to seventh in the Premier League after beating Chelsea in another game in which the video assistant referee played a key role.
Iain Stirling says he is devastated at the loss of his "true friend" as the ITV2 show returns to air.
Andrew Sabisky said that he wanted to help the government, "not be a distraction".
Barnet Council "considered" terminating its £22.9m loan to redevelop Saracens' stadium after the club's relegation but instead have frozen further payments.
David Frost's remarks come amid warnings the UK and EU will "rip each other apart" in trade talks.