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Doubts emerge about whether Sinn Féin will support the DUP's Paul Givan as Mrs Foster's successor.
A total of 12 opposition figures have been now held, including four likely presidential candidates.
The Geneva summit on 16 June between the Russian and US presidents will not be a friendly encounter.
His pledge comes as his government is voted in, ending Benjamin Netanyahu's 12-year hold on power.
The Holiday Inn in Gorton, Manchester, housed homeless people throughout the pandemic, until the end of May.
The head of WhatsApp says governments should "demand more security" as encryption comes under fire.
There are only four regions in the UK where it is cheaper to buy a home than to rent a property.
From Ireland to Israel, companies are coming to the aid of the environmentally critical insect.
After a harrowing 36 hours for European football following Christian Eriksen's collapse, the Netherland and Ukraine served up a Euro 2020 classic.
Hosts Brazil begin their Copa America title defence with victory over a Covid-affected Venezuela in the tournament's opening match.
Every year thousands of migrants risk it all on the perilous journey from Ethiopia to Saudi Arabia.
A marine biologist says it’s the first time he’s ever seen a long-snouted seahorse in the wild.
John Butler's videos have been watched by millions after he became popular with the ASMR community.
Many scientists have said it should be delayed amid rising cases but businesses say this would cost jobs.
Millions in China are expressing their desire to break free of a standard definition of success.
With more women being told they have the virus, Jess Phillips says there needs to be more discussion.
Denzel Dumfries heads a dramatic late winner to earn the Netherlands victory after Ukraine come back from 2-0 down in a Group C thriller in Amsterdam.
England's opening win at the Euros and the postponement of ending lockdown dominate the front pages.
When Scotland's men last played in a major football tournament, there was no Scottish Parliament and Google didn't exist.
Novak Djokovic says "everything is possible" as he targets a 'golden' Grand Slam in 2021 after winning the French Open for the second time.