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The EU-Turkey migrant deal is producing results, European Council President Donald Tusk says, after visiting a camp on the Turkish-Syrian border.
Some of the survivors of the Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh say their compensation money is being stolen by close relatives.
Prince has been cremated with a small, private service for family, friends and musicians, his publicist has confirmed.
Europe's biggest steelmaker loses more than £2bn in the past year while Lewis Hamilton, Adele and Sir James Dyson make big profits, the Sunday Times Rich List reveals.
Gennady Golovkin beats Dominic Wade in the second round - his 22nd straight knockout - to defend his middleweight titles.
Prince has been cremated with a small, private service for family, friends and musicians, his publicist confirms.
Prince Charles joined some of the greats of British theatre on stage as they marked 400 years since William Shakespeare's death.
Speaking exclusively to the BBC, US President Barack Obama speaks about Brexit, Syria and his wife, Michelle.
Serbs have voted in a parliamentary election seen as a de facto referendum on whether the country should seek EU membership.
The fallout from Barack Obama's EU debate intervention rumbles on and there is a focus on the UK super-rich who have slipped from billionaire to multi-millionaire status.
Police in the US state of Ohio are still trying to find the person who killed eight members of the same family, as Bill Hayton reports.
A letter written by the Queen revealing how she and Prince Philip first fell in love attracts "furious" bidding as it smashes pre-auction estimates.
Companies that cold call customers will no longer be able to hide or disguise their phone numbers, under government plans to target nuisance calls.
The Ministry of Defence should lose its immunity from prosecution over deaths of members of the armed forces during training, say MPs.