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Jet2 said drinking alcohol illicitly contributed to the 'deplorable' behaviour on the flight to Ibiza.
World number one Simona Halep wins her first Grand Slam title by fighting back to beat Sloane Stephens in the French Open final.
Ali Bashar, who was arrested after returning home, reportedly admitted killing a German girl.
The actress played Sylvia Trench, one of 007's love interests in the first two official Bond films.
Monsignor Carlo Alberto Capella will stand trial for alleged possession of indecent images of children.
Francis tells oil executives the world must convert to clean fuel in an unprecedented conference.
John Lasseter says he is seeking "new challenges", months after misconduct claims about him emerged.
And it's all to do with a certain kind of handshake.
Gena Turgel became known as the Bride of Belsen after marrying one of the soldiers who freed her.
Book author George RR Martin co-created the as-yet-untitled show, one of five potential spinoffs.
Donald Trump and other leaders fail to bridge divisions, notably over trade, at a fractious summit.
The group match a government ceasefire but says it does not apply to foreign forces.
Michelin chef Masa Takayama talks about his late friend Anthony Bourdain.
Basilicata in southern Italy is blessed with beautiful scenery but young jobseekers are leaving.
Five hundred Indian women dress up as Sridevi characters to pay tribute to the Bollywood star.
Self-taught prodigy Maria Esther Bueno, who took three Wimbledon singles titles, dies aged 78.
The case of 10-year-old Tayyaba exposes Pakistan's problem with child hired helps.
The manipulations and personal motivations of four world leaders are behind these historic talks.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
The FBI is investigating a theft of sensitive security data from a military contractor, US media say.