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Sex workers in Germany say a countrywide ban on the industry forces many into poverty and danger.
Many of Monday's papers lead with Labour's reshuffle after the party's election losses in England.
Rory McIlroy ends his winless drought by clinching the Wells Fargo Championship title at Quail Hollow for a third time.
Doctors were not sure Marriam Ahmad and her unborn daughter would survive after she was ventilated.
West Bromwich Albion are relegated from the Premier League for a fifth time after a 3-1 defeat against Arsenal at Emirates Stadium.
The actress has backed a host of stars criticising the awards over how it is tackling discrimination.
Billy Joe Saunders will have surgery on Sunday after suffering "multiple fractures" to his eye socket in his loss to Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez.
BBC Sport looks at each of the six sides still battling to qualify for the Champions League and how they are shaping up for the final push.
Chelsea retain their Women's Super League title as Fran Kirby scores twice in their ruthless victory over Reading.
'At least we don't travel back to a party on the Blue side' - Solskjaer happy to delay title celebrations
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Manchester United will fight to delay Manchester City's Premier League title celebrations "as long as we can".
A Conservative spokesperson confirms Mr Seed will not take up the post if he wins the election.
Marcus Smith inspires Harlequins to a thrilling 48-46 win over Wasps, after Mike Brown's red card left them with 14 men.
St Johnstone book a place in their second domestic cup final of the season with a 2-1 Scottish Cup win over St Mirren.
Watch highlights of Chelsea women's 5-0 win over Reading women which sealed the Blues their second consecutive Women's Super League title.
After Chelsea successfully defender their Women's Super League title, which five games stand out as defining their season?
The Met Police has urged the baby's mother to seek medical assistance by dialling 999.
Manchester United virtually guarantee a Premier League top-four finish with a victory over Aston Villa that ensures rivals Manchester City must wait to seal title.
Embraces should be selective, short, and avoid face-to-face contact, says Sage member Prof Cath Noakes.
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes produce a brilliant, attacking, strategic race to beat Red Bull's Max Verstappen in the Spanish Grand Prix.
Are the party's gains in Thursday's polls a flash in the pan or the start of something bigger, asks Chris Mason.