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DNA has previously been collected from the blow of humpback whales but not from small dolphins.
Britain's Mo Farah wins a record sixth consecutive Great North Run with a personal best time.
Many of the worshippers brave the cold and wind, spending nights outdoors ahead of his arrival.
Why is there a war in Afghanistan? America's longest war explained in 100, 300 and 800 words.
The protesters march near the US consulate general on the 14th straight weekend of demonstrations.
Back-row Magnus Bradbury will join Scotland's World Cup travelling party on Monday as "precautionary injury cover" for Jamie Ritchie.
British Airways pilots are to begin a two-day strike, with passengers told not to go to airports.
Dominic Raab says the government will "test to the limit" a new law designed to delay Brexit.
Amber Davies says staff at a Wetherspoons pub questioned why she was using a disabled toilet.
After Mabel performed a gig designed around social media posts, artists and fans weigh up the pros and cons.
Serena Williams may think she can overcome those who now believe they have the beating of her in finals - but it does not look that way, says Russell Fuller.
The announcement came after celebrities were paired with their professional dancers for the 2019 show.
Dorian hit Nova Scotia late on Saturday with winds of 100mph, cutting power to 450,000 homes.
The party plans to stand a candidate against John Bercow, accusing him of "flagrant abuse" of process.
Donald Trump tweeted he was calling off a meeting with the Afghan president and the Taliban.
Three years ago, a 16-year-old Bianca Andreescu wrote herself a fake cheque. In winning the US Open, she takes home a real one worth £3.1m.
The newspaper front pages cover the late-breaking resignation of cabinet minister Amber Rudd.
Is the influence from social media apps like Instagram putting too much pressure on the big day?
England is home to hundreds of castles, but what is like to live in one?
Nigeria says more people than ever are paying tax - but government revenues are not growing