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The Oscar-nominated actress was speaking after she was awarded her OBE by the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
The tour operator's complacency was partly to blame for the deaths of 30 Britons, an inquest hears.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says the US is "not experiencing the best of times".
Murderer Sean Walmsley escaped when the taxi he was in was ambushed during a hospital visit.
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Storm Doris has wreaked a destructive path - bringing snow, rain and high winds and travel disruption.
Olympic skeleton champion Lizzy Yarnold says she is "fired up" for the World Championships after a "disappointing" return.
China is accused of "dancing to the tune of the US" after blocking North Korean coal imports.
Fit-again Johnny Sexton is named in the Ireland team to face France in Saturday's Six Nations game in Dublin.
Schools are blockaded in protest at alleged police brutality, including the reported rape of a black man.
Tigers in China chase and knock a drone out of the sky, in a keep fit exercise.
Villagers dressed in fluorescent jackets are pointing hairdryers at cars to mimic police using speed cameras in a bid to deter fast drivers in Moray.
The figure is down 49,000 from previous year, but still above the government's target of 100,000.
John Barclay will captain a Scotland side featuring five changes for the Six Nations encounter at home to Wales.
Ian Stewart is told he poses "a real danger to women" as he is sentenced to 34 years for killing Helen Bailey.
Several thousand cannabis plants seized in midnight raid on RGHQ Chilmark.
Whirlpool insists its repair programme is the best way to go, but thousands of owners want a recall.
Lewis Hamilton puts the first laps on the Mercedes car he hopes will make him world champion for the fourth time in 2017.
A businessman travelled around Scotland to register the births of 26 non-existent babies as part of a benefit fraud scheme, a court hears.