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North Korea 'halts missile and nuclear tests', says Kim Jong-un

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North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's announcement comes a week before a summit with South Korea.

Avicii, top electronic dance music artist, found dead at 28

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One of the world's biggest dance music stars has died in Oman, his representatives say.

Kent arrest in Hither Green fatal burglary probe

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A man wanted over the Hither Green break-in where an intruder was killed is held by police.

Tuchel unlikely? What next for Arsenal after Wenger exit?

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From the new boss to the fans' reaction - behind the scenes analysis from BBC Sport's David Ornstein.

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Prince Charles to be next Commonwealth head

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Commonwealth leaders agree that the Prince of Wales will be the next head of the organisation.

Mary Berry was once arrested at airport and put in a cell

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The former Bake Off judge had packed baking ingredients, which staff thought were drugs.

Top tips on getting through hot weather with hay fever

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With the temperature rising, here are our top tips in reducing your hay fever-induced tears.

UK teen jailed for US 'cyber terrorism'

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Kane Gamble accessed the details of top US security officials from his bedroom in Leicestershire.

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Ashley Johnson: Wasps forward suspended by RFU after failing drugs test

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Wasps' South African forward Ashley Johnson has been suspended by the Rugby Football Union after failing a drugs test.

Aresne Wenger: The moment Arsenal completed season unbeaten

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BBC Sport looks back at the moment Arsene Wenger's Arsenal team lifted the Premier League title after completing the 2003-04 season without losing a match.

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One of the greatest - Ferguson on departing Arsenal boss Wenger

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Departing Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is described as "one of the greatest" Premier League managers by old rival Sir Alex Ferguson.

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Algerian woman denied French citizenship over handshake

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An Algerian woman is denied citizenship for refusing to shake the hand of an official.

Skripal poisoning: Salisbury toxic hotspots clean-up begins

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Police cordons seal off parts of the city but officials insist there is no danger to the public.

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Rachel Weisz announces pregnancy at 48

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The actress and her husband Daniel Craig say they are excited to have a "little human" on the way.

Commonwealth summit: The countries where it is illegal to be gay

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Many Commonwealth countries have laws in place that criminalise homosexuality.

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Kardashians pull the plug on Dash fashion stores

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Kim Kardashian West and her sisters Kourtney and Khloe opened the first store in California in 2006.

Commonwealth meeting: Leaders discuss who will succeed Queen as head

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Commonwealth leaders are meeting to discuss their next head with the Queen backing Prince Charles.

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Arsene Wenger: How the Arsenal boss changed the club

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In a Football Focus special from May 2017, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger recalls his earliest memories of joining the club.

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Windrush: Alan Johnson says landing cards decision was made in 2009

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Former Labour home secretary says the "administrative decision" was made by UK Border Agency officials.

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Chingford fire: Resident dies in care home blaze

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Twelve people manage to get out of the building in north-east London before firefighters arrive.

Friday, Apr 20

Former cyclist Armstrong settles £71m lawsuit for £3.5m

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Lance Armstrong agrees to pay $5m (£3.5m) to the US government to settle a long-running lawsuit that could have cost him $100m (£71m) in damages.

Thursday, Apr 19

UK temperatures top 29C in hottest April day since 1949

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Temperatures have hit 29.1C in London, making it the warmest April day for nearly 70 years.

Commonwealth meeting: Queen hopes Prince Charles will succeed her

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She tells leaders it is her "sincere wish" for Prince Charles to be the next head of the Commonwealth.

Plastic straw and cotton bud ban proposed

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Plan for a ban in England is announced as Commonwealth leaders are urged to tackle plastic waste.

Dale Winton, Supermarket Sweep presenter, dies aged 62

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Tributes paid to the "generous soul with a touch of naughty" who rose to fame hosting Supermarket Sweep.

Wednesday, Apr 18

Windrush: Theresa May hits back at Labour over landing cards

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Theresa May says the decision was taken to destroy documents in 2009 - but Labour disputes this.

Syria 'chemical attack': Shooting delays OPCW visit to site

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It is unclear when chemical weapons experts will be able to start work after Tuesday's incident.

Salah joins Aguero in PFA team of the year

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Champions Manchester City have five players in the the Professional Footballers' Association Players' team of the year.

Southwest Airlines jet engine 'explosion' leaves woman dead

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A bank executive was reportedly "partially sucked out" of a window after engine debris smashed it.

Tuesday, Apr 17

'Days from death'

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Alex Skeel was stabbed, beaten, kept isolated and denied food by Jordan Worth who has been jailed.

UK under pressure over Windrush scandal

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Landing cards belonging to Windrush migrants were destroyed by the Home Office in 2010, it has emerged.

UK PM apologises to Caribbean leaders

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Theresa May says the Windrush children have a right to be in the UK and will not be deported.

Russian spy: Skripal poison 'was in liquid form'

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A massive clean-up operation is beginning to decontaminate nine sites in Salisbury.

Monday, Apr 16

Syria air strikes: Theresa May says action 'moral and legal'

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Theresa May defends military action as Labour accuses her of following Donald Trump's "whims".

Amber Rudd: Windrush generation treatment 'appalling'

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The home secretary apologises to those affected and promises fees for documentation will be waived.

Ant McPartlin fined £86,000 for drink driving

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The TV host says he is "ashamed and mortified" as he admits being more than twice the legal limit.

Man City win third title in seven seasons

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Manchester City win the Premier League as Manchester United's 1-0 home defeat by West Brom confirms their rivals as champions.