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Abdulah Husseini, who was caught after a police appeal went viral, is described as a "habitual thief".
Thousands of students collect their A-level results as the proportion picking up top grades falls.
Conor Coady personally thanks those who made the 6,370-mile round trip for the Europa League game.
The UK's data protection watchdog probes how facial recognition is being used at King's Cross.
The British singer kisses a fan on the lips during a gig in the UAE, where homosexuality is illegal.
Chelsea strongly condemn racist abuse aimed at Tammy Abraham after their Super Cup defeat by Liverpool in Istanbul.
Jason Anderson had high blood pressure and was offered a gastric band but refused.
The ship carrying Iranian oil was stopped by Royal Marines in July, triggering a standoff with Iran.
Seamus Bradley was shot and killed in Londonderry in July 1972.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery is "100%" confident Mesut Ozil and Sead Kolasinac are mentally ready to play against Burnley on Saturday.
The National Gallery says the findings give "new insight" into the artist's creative mind.
The attack took place in Westminster, near the Houses of Parliament, in central London.
Eddie Playfair, of the Association of Colleges, and Helena Poole, of Which? University, offer advice.
The Metropolitan Police confirms Novichok was found in a blood sample taken from an officer.
John Williams dies in hospital, one month after being hit while umpiring an amateur match.
Australia's Cameron Bancroft takes a "sensational" catch to remove England opener Rory Burns for 53 and leave the hosts 116-4 on day two of the second Ashes Test at Lord's.
Passengers aboard the Russian Airbus 321 filmed the birds and heard them striking the engines.
China's ambassador to the UK says some politicians think "their hands are still in the colonial days".
As a schoolboy Lewis Ludlam vowed he would play for England - and that he would give his teacher tickets.
Labour says it will do all it can to stop a no-deal Brexit.