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How much are the EU countries paying into and receiving from the EU?
Skin branding ceremonies, blackmail and punishment for weight gain were all part of the "sex cult".
The front pages focus on rows among the main parties after the Brexit Party's election successes.
A group of Muslim-Americans have begun patrolling New York mosques in a controversial safety measure.
John Pienaar looks at the results from across the UK and explains how they could change politics across the country.
Communities in Mozambique learn about health, banking and elections via giant interactive screens.
Matthew Bourne's new production of Romeo and Juliet is giving a step-up to young dancers.
Saying 'Goodbye' to pads and period poverty, and 'Hello' to the menstrual cup
Klatch Coffee in San Francisco is offering a $75 cup of coffee used from award winning beans grown in Panama.
Seven young performers are in prison after taking part in a traditional festival, known as Thangyat.
Big tech companies are feeling the heat as the General Data Protection Regulation gathers momentum.
Claims for January to March were the highest for any quarter since 2012, the insurance industry body says.
With fraud victims losing huge sums, a new code will offer more protection - but not all banks are signed up.
Tory contender promises "open and generous" offer to EU nationals if he becomes prime minister.
This year's contestants include the brothers of boxer Tyson Fury and Strictly star AJ Pritchard.
A walk is held in memory of the 29-year-old who was shot dead as she observed a riot in Londonderry.
Tottenham defender Kieran Trippier is left out of England's 23-man squad for the Nations League finals, but captain Harry Kane is included after injury.
After the party's success in the European elections the SNP leader predicted victory in a second independence vote.
Aston Villa's promotion to the Premier League was all about the work done by manager and boyhood fan Dean Smith, writes Phil McNulty.
Aston Villa fan Prince William lives every twist and turn at Wembley as his team secures a return to the Premier League