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St Paul's bomb plot: IS supporter Safiyya Shaikh pleads guilty
Safiyya Shaikh admits preparing an act of terrorism by asking an undercover officer to supply bombs.
Coronavirus: South Korea 'emergency' measures as infections increase
Two cities are declared "special care zones", as 100 new cases and a second death are confirmed.
Grace Millane's mum tells killer 'she died terrified'
The man who murdered Grace Millane in New Zealand is sentenced to a minimum of 17 years in prison.
Baby and girl, 3, killed with parents in crash near Fort William
The family were involved in a two-car collision on the A82 at Torlundy near Fort William.
Wood burners: Most polluting fuels to be banned in the home
Owners of wood burners and open fires in England will be discouraged from burning coal or wet wood.
Dot Cotton: Actress June Brown says she has left EastEnders 'for good'
The 93-year-old has played Dot Cotton, one of the programme's longest-running characters, for 35 years.
BBC to make Watchdog part of The One Show
The long-running consumer rights show will no longer be a standalone programme.
Hanau: Germany boosts security amid far-right threat
Mosques and transport hubs will get extra police as the Hanau killings are seen as racist terror.
'What was that all about?': Donald Trump mocks Oscars winner Parasite
"What was that all about?" Trump asked as he spoke at a campaign rally in Colorado.
Surgeon who harmed Scots is now working in Libya
A top surgeon who harmed patients for years and can no longer work in the UK is operating again.
Baxter killings: Australia detective stood down for 'victim blaming'
Comments that the man who killed his family may have been "driven too far" sparked fury in Australia.
Jurgen Klopp tells young Man Utd fan 'I can't make Liverpool lose'
Donegal schoolboy Daragh Curley asked the Liverpool manager if his side could lose some matches.
EastEnders 35th anniversary: My life as a superfan
It's the 35th anniversary this week - here's what the show means to a superfan.
Newspaper headlines: Coal fire crackdown and London mosque stabbing
Friday's newspapers carry a mix of stories, including on the London mosque stabbing.
The poster project spreading 'happiness and kindness' to NHS staff
An artist known for his positive poster messages has directed his new creations at healthcare workers.
Todrick Hall: 'It was unheard of for a young, black boy to be dancing'
The Greatest Dancer judge reflects on his experiences growing up in Texas.
Talking to your neighbours is mandatory if you live here
A block of flats in Sweden is tackling loneliness by mixing age groups - and making socialising an obligation.
Quiz of the week: On the Brits, Storm Dennis and more
Have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days?
Quaden Bayles: Australian boy in bullying video receives global support
A viral clip of bullied Australian boy Quaden Bayle has triggered an outpouring of support globally.
Daniel Radcliffe on the 'genius' story he felt had to be told
The actor's new film tells the true story of an escape by anti-apartheid activists from Pretoria Prison in 1979.
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