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A bid for freedom, or a step into the unknown? Theresa May's move to trigger Brexit negotiations is the story for Wednesday's newspaper front pages.
The French presidential candidate's wife is accused of being paid public money for a "fake job".
Video technology is used to reverse two incorrect decisions as Spain beat France in a friendly in Paris.
The letter will be delivered to the EU on Wednesday, marking formal notice of the UK's exit.
Here is why coal's decline can be slowed but not completely reversed.
Olga Lozina featured in an iconic photo taken during an anti-government protest in Moscow on Sunday.
The Republic of Ireland's 15-game unbeaten run at the Aviva Stadium ends as their under-strength side are beaten by Iceland.
The 42-year-old was last seen in Nottingham city centre on Monday.
The ban also creates "commercial distortions" said IATA chief executive Alexandre de Juniac.
Gerald Matovu sold GHB to Stephen Port but his crimes are not connected to the murders, a court hears.
Welsh rugby coach posts photographs on Twitter of burns his players received on an artificial pitch.
Camera traps caught images of the critically endangered Indochinese tigers in eastern Thailand.
The government wants to spread creative industries across the UK, culture secretary says.
Police seized a meat cleaver, a long sword and a partly-built pipe bomb, the Old Bailey hears.
Scientists have made a mini working replica of the female reproductive tract to experiment on.
MSPs agree by 69 votes to 59 that Nicola Sturgeon should make a formal request to the UK government.
Ministers defend the below-inflation deal but unions say NHS staff are being "taken for granted".
A guide to how the UK will leave the European Union following the 23 June referendum vote.
Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana suffers a thigh injury while playing for England that could keep him out for up to a month.
Andri Ragettli completed five rotations while dipping his head under his body four times.