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An advocate for the homeless says using children's song Baby Shark as a deterrent is "inhumane".
Tecwyn Roberts was instrumental in the Apollo missions as Nasa's chief of network engineering.
Briton Paul Gilmore says he always hoped to receive a reply to the note he dropped from an ocean liner.
Researchers say the mosque, dating from the 7th or 8th century, would be a rare find anywhere.
Britain's Simon Yates claims a maiden Tour de France victory on stage 12 from Toulouse to Bagneres-de-Bigorre.
More misfortune for Rory McIlroy at Royal Portrush as the Northern Irishman hits a triple bogey on hole 18 at Royal Portrush to end the day eight-over par.
Tory leadership candidate Boris Johnson says EU regulations put burdens on kipper smokers. Is he right?
Rory McIlroy makes a quadruple bogey on the first hole and triple bogey at the last as his bid for a home Open victory at Royal Portrush is left in tatters.
USA's Gary Woodland recovers to hit par at the 16th after shanking his tee shot into a fan's backpack at Royal Portrush.
The measure aims to stop a future PM bypassing Parliament to push through a no-deal Brexit.
Stephen Nicholson abused Lucy McHugh for more than a year before stabbing her to death, jurors find.
British diver Jack Laugher has to settle for a World Championship bronze medal in the men's 3m springboard final after a "calamitous" error on his last dive sees him lose the lead.
PC Avi Maharaj was alone at the family home of a dead child when he used their TV account to buy porn.
In a UK first, a 7m high barrier of sand is being created to help stop the coastline from crumbling.
Nearly two million cubic metres of sand is being shifted to a stretch of the Norfolk coast to protect it from the sea.
Devotees of the KyoAni studio are pouring out love, support and money in response to the tragedy.
US congresswoman, Ilhan Omar, responds to chants of 'send her back' at Trump rally in North Carolina.
The government announces it is considering a ban on new drivers from travelling at night.
Gwendoline Christie, Alfie Allen and Carice van Houten successfully submitted their own nominations.
The group of Israeli teenagers, aged from 15 to 18, have been remanded in custody.