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Tokyo's Tsukiji fish market holds its last pre-dawn tuna auction before being moved to a new site.
The chancellor says services are not included in the Chequers deal because most are not exported.
How teachers created a safe haven as violence raged around a primary school in 1970s Londonderry.
Four suspected agents uncovered in the Netherlands left a trail of clues, the BBC's Sarah Rainsford writes.
A single post on Reddit about one woman's PTSD has prompted an influx of similar stories and advice.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
Producer Iain MacLeod reassures viewers that he won't drastically change the soap.
Azwan survived the Indonesian earthquake, but feared the tsunami it triggered had killed his wife.
The papers cover an idea to introduce group GP appointments and say Russia targets teenagers online.
Jane Couch took British boxing authorities to court when they wouldn't let her fight, and went on to win world titles.
Meet Wiyaala Djimba, the Ghanaian Afro musician who loves Madonna and short hair.
RMT members on Northern services are striking on Saturday and again on 13 and 20 October.
As thousands sign up to "gambling blocks" on two apps, one ex-addict talks about how it helped him.
Former captain Gary Neville accuses Manchester United's board of "playing Football Manager with the biggest club in the world".
Brett Kavanaugh looks all but certain to be confirmed as a Supreme Court judge in a vote on Saturday.
The Illinois city braces for protests as an officer is convicted of shooting a boy 16 times.
Glenn Murray scores his fifth goal of the season to give Brighton victory over West Ham in the Premier League.
Sam Tomkins scores a try on his home farewell to help Wigan beat Castleford and set up a Super League Grand Final against Warrington.
Brindi Matava discovered her five-year-old daughter had just 12 minutes to eat her school lunch.
Italian researcher Alessandro Strumia is heavily criticised for claiming physics was "built by men".