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UK flights to Sharm el-Sheikh have been banned for a year, but some British sunseekers have been flying in anyway.
Children need to be protected from the pervasive marketing of junk food to children through apps, social media and video blogs
US airline United is to stop flights between Belfast and New York, months after a £9m rescue deal.
A police officer and scout leader who sexually abused boys and young men is jailed for 40 offences.
A Conservative MP who backed Brexit quits over "irreconcilable differences" with the government.
Iraqi forces battle their way into another suburb of Mosul, amid reports of IS atrocities.
Catrin Nye met Nabil Abdullah who has been subject to an immigration curfew for three years.
The Sun on Sunday agrees to make a payment to a celebrity who won the right to keep his name out of a "kiss and tell" story.
A missing South Carolina woman is found alive, "chained like a dog" in a shipping container.
Fifa opens disciplinary proceedings over the Republic of Ireland's use of logo to commemorate the centenary of the Easter Rising.
BBC legal correspondent Clive Coleman assesses the core legal questions behind the High Court ruling that Article 50 cannot be invoked without Parliament's support.
French authorities clear a migrant camp housing more than 3,000 people in Paris.
Park rangers give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to a number of fish after the tank they were in was slashed.
Briton Johanna Konta beats Caroline Garcia 6-2 6-2 to reach the semi-finals of the WTA Elite Trophy in Zhuhai, China.
Another contender to become UKIP leader pulls out of the contest - leaving three in the race.
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has apologised to the club for "misunderstandings from the past".
A deadly car bomb goes off in Turkey hours after pro-Kurdish opposition leaders are arrested.
Pop star Sting will reopen the Bataclan in Paris to mark the anniversary of the attack on the venue.
A series of striking images of women who have had double mastectomies has been featured in a US newspaper. Rebecca Pine was one of the women. Photos courtesy Miana Jun.
Inventor Sir James Dyson is setting up his own technology institute to tackle the shortage of engineers.