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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte compares his anti-drug campaign to the Holocaust, saying he would be happy to kill as many drug addicts as Hitler did Jews.
The car used by two men who abducted and raped a 14-year-old girl on her way to school could provide the "key" to catching them, police say.
Lewis Hamilton is in convincing form as he heads Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in second practice at the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Thousands of lorries could be banned from London to make the roads safer for cyclists.
The funeral of the late Israeli leader, Shimon Peres, gets under way, with dozens of foreign dignitaries including Barack Obama attending.
The most senior lawyer working for the independent inquiry into historical child sexual abuse in England and Wales, Ben Emmerson QC, resigns.
Southampton assistant boss Eric Black gave undercover reporters advice on how to bribe officials at other clubs, the Daily Telegraph claims.
Deutsche Bank is under the most pressure a major lender has faced since the financial crisis, but many trace its woes back beyond the banking crash.
The low-tech solution helping to preserve an ice grotto in Switzerland's Rhone Glacier.
The audacious Rosetta mission has been commanded to end its investigation of Comet 67P by crashing into the 4km-wide ball of ice and dust.
The Daily Telegraph makes more allegations about financial dealings in football, while in other news restaurants are told to slim down the size of their puddings.
One in six young people eat fast food twice a day, according to a survey of the nation's eating habits.
Introducing a female puppet to Sooty's TV show in the 1960s was so controversial that the BBC director general had to step in, a documentary reveals.
A raucous, partisan atmosphere is expected in Minnesota as the US try to beat Europe in the Ryder Cup for the first time since 2008, writes Tom Fordyce.
People in their early 30s are "half as wealthy" as those now in their 40s were at the same age, a report finds.
Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson are sent out first for Europe as they bid to win a fourth successive Ryder Cup against the United States.
The Shires made history when they became the first British country band to score a top 10 album - but can they repeat that success on the other side of the Atlantic with their new record, My Universe?
As Barack Obama's time at the White House draws to an end, film-makers are turning their attention to his early life.
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As Colombians decide whether to accept a ceasefire with the Farc, a look at the work of photographer Jesus Abad Colorado Lopez.