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One of two men charged with raping and killing Scarlett Keeling is guilty, an Indian court rules.
The props belonged to Veruca Salt in the 1971 movie Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.
Tourists are getting less than a euro for their pounds in some foreign exchange kiosks.
Rescuers are being hampered by narrow lanes at the site of a deadly building collapse.
England Roses star Serena Guthrie reveals her musical influences, including her not-so-guilty pleasure of boy band The Wanted.
Hashem Abedi was arrested in Libya shortly after the 2017 suicide attack that killed 22 people.
David Briffaut is having surgery after breaking his neck in an accident on a water slide in Spain.
Aaron McKenzie appears in court charged with killing Kelly Mary Fauvrelle and her baby in her home.
Salih Khater drove at people in a "premeditated" attack before crashing his car outside Parliament.
In one of South Africa's biggest townships, football is an obsession. But its crime rate means talented players go unseen by scouts, who deem it too dangerous to visit.
Tiger Woods has mastered golf courses all around the world, but struggles to pick up on a Northern Irish accent during a press conference at the 2019 Open.
Simon Brown died after leaning from the window of a Gatwick Express train in August 2016.
Labour is promising to end in-work poverty in its first term if it wins the next election.
England all-rounder Ben Stokes says he "never wants to be involved in a super over again" after the nail-biting World Cup final win over New Zealand.
Edward Cairney and Avril Jones have both been jailed for the murder of Margaret Fleming.
Lizzie Daly says she was surprised by how enormous the "gentle giant" was when she swam next to it.
Sam Fender is among the acts who force themselves to take time out of hectic schedules.
Start-up NeuraLink wants to start testing its human computer interface on humans.
Newcastle United appoint Steve Bruce as their head coach on a three-year contract following his resignation from Sheffield Wednesday.
The US theme park defends its record after Virgin Holidays stops selling tickets to its attractions.