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Researchers have developed a test that can detect the condition in minutes - instead of up to 72 hours.
Items belonging to Hugo Palmer and Erwan Ferrieux were found on a popular beach, police say.
A coalition of 16 US states sues the Trump administration over his decision to declare an emergency.
Leadership urged to act on concerns as two Tory MPs consider joining group formed by Labour rebels.
More than 300 workers in Birmingham are going on strike over claims members have been "blacklisted".
Twenty years since the review into the murder of Stephen Lawrence, what has changed?
Why are churches across Britain adorned with carvings of naked women exposing their genitalia?
Many spend long days witnessing the "trauma" of their parents and animals, the UN warns.
Louise Barker was fed up with women she knew being ripped off by garages, so set her own one up.
Hundreds of Indians attending a public meeting were shot dead by British troops on 13 April 1919.
Azis and his family were thinking of crossing the Channel in a small boat, but heard horror stories from fellow migrants.
After the closure of thousands of clinics in rural Russia, one region has taken matters into its own hands.
Meet some of the Syrians returning home and trading, at the re-opened crossing between Jordan and Syria.
Thirteen-year-old Alysa Liu is the youngest ever US women's national figure skating champion.
The value of the pound has changed a lot over the past three years - making us all a little poorer.
A decade from now, memory-boosting implants could be available commercially, but at what risk?
Clothing brands and retailers should pay per item to fund a £35m annual recycling scheme, MPs say.
Although the IS caliphate may be over, tensions in Iraq and Syria mean the ideology is not.
Tuesday's papers are dominated by the 'gang of seven' quitting the Labour Party over Jeremy Corbyn's leadership.
The US president urges the military to back opposition leader Juan Guaido in a Florida speech.