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The Ebola virus may be easier to contain in Uganda than in DR Congo, reports Olivia Acland.
Margaret Keefe's grandson and grime artist Risky Roadz toasts their partnership with online videos.
Eirian Jones is the last member and single-handedly runs Capel Y Cwm near Abernant in Carmarthenshire.
Photographer Sayan Hazra captures a day in the life of one of India's few female DJs.
Scotland has seen a 130% increase in referrals about suspected human trafficking or exploitation in the last six years
Boris Johnson is the focus for many of the papers as the race continues for the Conservative leadership.
Watch all the best action from day nine of the Women's World Cup featuring an epic goalmouth scramble and some tasty tackles.
Female goalkeeping standards could be improved by allowing young players to train alongside male counterparts, says England goalkeeper Karen Bardsley.
Canada enjoy a comfortable 2-0 victory over New Zealand to secure their place in the last 16 of the World Cup.
The new duties come days before countries' leaders are expected to meet at a G20 summit in Japan.
The first Mass has been held at Notre-Dame cathedral since the devastating fire in April.
Watch as New Zealand’s Erin Nayler produces an acrobatic ‘super save’ to stop Canada scoring a second.
Watch the best shots from Aaron Finch's 153 to inspire Australia to a 87-run victory over Sri Lanka in their World Cup fixture at The Oval.
Australia move to the top of the World Cup group table as heroics from Aaron Finch and Mitchell Starc secure an 87-run win over Sri Lanka.
Rival candidates insist party members must be given a choice of leader, unlike in 2016.
European champions the Netherlands defeat Cameroon in Group E to confirm their place in the World Cup last 16.
Chris Froome says he is "fully focused" on getting "back to his best" after breaking multiple bones in a high-speed crash on Wednesday.
Children were among the 40 migrants picked up by Border Force off the Kent coast.
They died of asphyxiation after inhaling toxic fumes from the sewer in Fartikui, in western India.
Pakistan's cricketers will immortalise themselves if they beat India at the Cricket World Cup on Sunday, says coach Mickey Arthur.