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Germany's other immigrant influx
How a man cycled from India to Europe for love
Plans to fix Easter to the same week each year and pictures of Major Tim Peake's disrupted spacewalk feature on Saturday's newspaper front pages.
Residents in the French migrant camp known as the Jungle have been given until Monday to leave, writes Paul Adams, to a site just 100 metres away.
EastEnders actress Dame Barbara Windsor says she is leaving the show for good and her character Peggy Mitchell is to be killed off.
Gunmen have attacked a hotel used by westerners in Ouagadougou, the capital of Burkina Faso, in West Africa.
Louis van Gaal "cannot imagine" it will take Manchester United over a quarter of a century to become champions again.
US President Obama reveals some of the "lucky charms and keepsakes" that people have given to him that he carries around in his pocket.
The American rapper best known as Mos Def is ordered to leave South Africa within 14 days after being arrested for breaking immigration laws.
Former head of the Army Lord Bramall tells the BBC he is pleased he faces no further action in connection with allegations of historical child abuse.
Celtic move six points clear at the top of the Premiership with a comfortable win over Dundee United at Tannadice.
Walmart announces it will close 269 stores globally as it struggles to compete with online retailers like Amazon.
A record drought boosts calls to develop Australia's vast north
Ten key moments in our exploration of space
The European Space Agency is eager to develop its interest in a robot mini-shuttle just selected by Nasa to help ferry cargo to the space station.
England's brilliant counter-attack was the highlight of a superb day's Test cricket, says Jonathan Agnew.
Dairy company Müller is to reduce the milk price paid to farmers next month.
Team news and preview ahead of Leicester's home fixture against Benetton-Treviso in the European Champions Cup on Saturday.
Migrant residents of the makeshift Calais camp called "the Jungle" say they will resist efforts to move them to new accommodation in converted shipping containers.
Actor Dan Haggerty who rose to fame starring as frontier woodsman Grizzly Adams in a film and TV series in the 1970s dies at 74.