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Lifeguards are to be deployed over the bank holiday weekend at Camber Sands, where five friends died during a day trip to the coast.
Europe's top four domestic leagues are to be guaranteed four places each in the group stages of the Champions League from 2018-19.
A Czech hiker who went missing a month ago in the snowy mountains of New Zealand describes the "harrowing" 30-day ordeal in which her partner died.
Green MP and leadership contender Caroline Lucas raises the prospect of an electoral pact with other parties as counting gets under way in the contest.
A car bomb explodes hits a police checkpoint in Cizre, south-east Turkey, killing eight policemen and wounding more than 45, reports say.
The Department of Homeland Security says it's looking into a cyber-attack on Leslie Jones' website and iCloud account.
BBC Sport takes a look back at some of the fighting spirit shown during Team GB medal-winning performances in Rio.
Hull's Jake Livermore says his positive test for cocaine in 2015 was a "get out of jail free card" that turned his life around.
Parents in England who claim extra free childcare will be asked to pay charges to help make up for a funding shortfall, nurseries taking part in a pilot scheme warn.
A deal is reached to evacuate civilians and rebel fighters from the Syrian town of Daraya, near the capital Damascus, following a long government siege.
The number of under-18s detained under the Terrorism Act when entering or leaving the UK rose from 13 in 2013 to 46 in 2015.
About 5.1 million people will head off on holiday within the UK over the bank holiday weekend, the tourism agency VisitEngland says.
Over 300 UK retailers no longer sell so-called legal highs since they were banned three months ago, the Home Office says.
Twenty years ago, the US overhauled its cash welfare system - the portion of US assistance that is offered to poor families as a direct payment. But how does this system compare to other high-income countries?
It is 20 years since Our Friends in the North first aired, but the programme's journey to the TV screen was as tangled as the lives of the four friends it tracked across the decades.
Italy declares a state of emergency in the regions worst hit by Wednesday's earthquake as hopes of finding more survivors fade.
A violent crackdown on illegal drugs in the Philippines has left more than 1,900 people dead. The BBC spoke to two people in the middle of the drug war.
Academy budgets should be overseen by local authorities following a series of financial abuses, say council leaders.
Eleanor Catton's Man Booker Prize-winning novel The Luminaries, a Victorian mystery tale set during the New Zealand gold rush, is to be made into BBC Two drama series.
Teenage pregnancy prevention programmes which use 'magic dolls' to simulate the needs of a new baby do not work, according to a study in The Lancet.