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Investigators hunting the Golden State Killer say they matched DNA to data from ancestry websites. [Read More]
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Crown casino's penalty for slot machine tampering may be the largest of its kind, advocates say. [Read More]
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The pair will walk together to the Peace House for historic talks addressing hostilities on the peninsula. [Read More]
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Runner Tony Horstead stops during the 26.2 mile race to propose to his girlfriend Lucy Smith. [Read More]
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service. [Read More]
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A judge rules documents seized from Michael Cohen should be reviewed by an independent official. [Read More]
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Deb is "far to the left". Tom's a big Trump supporter. What happened when they met? [Read More]
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He is the first North Korean leader to cross the military line into South Korea since the end of the Korean War. [Read More]
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The "gobsmacking" collection was amassed by Carmelo Mazzotta, who had dreams of being a soldier. [Read More]
The Elbow frontman is to join Manchester Metropolitan University as a visiting professor. [Read More]
The Empire Windrush ship arrived in England on 21 June 1948 carrying hundreds of passengers from the Caribbean, among others. What do we know about... [Read More]
The teenage victim of an online "bait out" group tells of her humiliation. [Read More]
Four young people explain what local election issues matter to them. [Read More]
Photographer Alice Zoo sought solidarity with other creative artists. [Read More]
7 days quiz: It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past... [Read More]
"Get a couple of cans in, Julie." [Read More]
Liz Toft's son is one of about 6,000 children born each year in the UK with an undiagnosed condition. [Read More]
Tensions over trade, Iran and Nato cloud Chancellor Merkel's Washington talks with President Trump. [Read More]
Health bosses warning patients are facing delays and rotas going unfilled because of cap on non-EU workers. [Read More]
The Iceland cricket team will be sponsored by a Reddit community who raised money to support them. [Read More]
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