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One woman's tale of being banned from sitting at a bar has struck a nerve in the age of #MeToo.
The figures reinforce concerns over the risk slowing growth in China poses to the global economy.
The strikes are aimed at the elite Quds force of Iran's Revolutionary Guards, Israeli forces say.
The Oscars get down to business at last, and D-Day looms on Russian doping.
Richard Bacon explains why it's important to remember his friend and colleague in this way.
A new treaty between two of Europe's closest friends - but why now, and what's in it?
Most of the world's population lives near venomous snakes - but some are at greater risk than others.
A standoff over funding for the US president's promised border wall has led to a shutdown. What's going on?
On 20 January 2018 Taliban gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in Kabul that was popular with foreign guests - Vasileios Vasilieiou was one of them.
A new definition of abuse will include economic harm, manipulation and controlling behaviour.
BBC reporter Helene Daouphars (who is French) looks at how EU citizens will apply for settled status in the UK.
The 10-year limit for keeping a woman's frozen eggs is arbitrary and does not reflect current technology, campaigners say.
The University of Hull was among businesses illegally charging customers more for paying by card.
Equalities charity Stonewall releases its annual list of the 100 top LGBT-inclusive companies.
Several of Monday's front pages cover Brexit and Theresa May's potential "plan B".
Royal Navy pilot Phil Richardson found the wreckage of his grandfather Ron's WW2 plane in Norway.
Justin Rowlatt gets in among the protesters on both sides of the Brexit debate.
Rob Forkan, co-founder of footwear and outerwear brand Gandys, says staff should treat a business as if it were their own.
What is Davos and why do people go? Here are 10 handy facts about the annual gathering in Switzerland.
How Tom Davies built his eponymous glasses company, which is much loved by celebrities.