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Young protestors in Hong Kong have been speaking about what they want from the government.
Blue ribbons sell out after PC Andrew Harper's home comes up with a way to honour its fallen son.
The WWF said it was "very unlikely" that pollution reduction targets would be met without new laws.
Comedian James Acaster thinks so, and here's why.
Some are using them to accuse their ex-partners of violence, rape and child abuse - despite the dangers.
While the number of construction deaths has dropped over the past 30 years, fatalities in agriculture remain high.
Spectacular images from a new microscope spark a "revolution" in biology
The case of the teenage Khachaturyan sisters stirs Russian anger over domestic abuse.
A scheme in Uganda partner dogs with war survivors to help them overcome trauma.
Australia maybe a newcomer in growing black truffles but is now the world's fourth-largest producer.
The UK's biggest financial mis-selling scandal's led to £36bn in payouts. How has it affected us all?
MPs say people will have to stop driving if the UK is to meet its Zero Carbon goals by 2050.
The technology could give a further layer of security when paying with your card in shops.
Since the Rohingya crisis erupted in 2012, some Muslims in Myanmar say they face more discrimination.
The papers cover the German chancellor's suggestion the Brexit impasse could be broken in 30 days.
Stoke boss Nathan Jones says "something must be on the mind" of goalkeeper Jack Butland after the Potters' defeat by Preston.
A mysterious brain condition could mean the animals in the US state of Florida can't walk properly
Manchester United and Inter Milan are yet to reach an agreement over a deal for forward Alexis Sanchez.
The man was found with stab injuries in the square in central London just after 21:00 BST.
Jair Bolsonaro says NGOs may be setting fires in the Amazon to embarrass the government after they cut funding, despite offering no evidence.