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Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is filmed saying Saudi Arabia and Iran are "puppeteering" in the Middle East.
Sports Direct reports a big drop in half-year profits after being hit by the fall in the pound.
Double Olympic taekwondo champion Jade Jones is tempted by a move to MMA after the Tokyo 2020 Games.
MPs' support of Theresa May's plan to trigger Article 50 by the end of March features on Thursday's front pages.
Knife crime is on the rise across the UK, but why are more young people carrying knives?
Knife crime has risen by 9% across the UK, and in London by 16%, in the past two years. But why are more young people carrying knives?
A professional US wrestler who fights as 'Jade' survived domestic abuse and now campaigns for victims.
A police operation in Kolkata has uncovered a major baby trafficking ring in India. 13 babies have been rescued and twenty people have been arrested.
News Quiz host Miles Jupp on a Radio 4 documentary that casts a new light on the early days of Ian Fleming and his most famous creation.
The FA reacted "dismissively" to worries about sexual abuse in the game in the 1990s, a victim says.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says a victory in Aleppo would be a "huge step" towards ending the war.
Paul Hollywood vows that Bake Off will "stay exactly the same" when it moves to Channel 4.
A dramatic drop in the giraffe population over the past 30 years leaves them vulnerable to extinction.
Most of us have to deal with a disruptive colleague during our working lives, but how can a company best deal with such "toxic employees"?
Islamic leaders in Australia back a campaign to produce a "halal cartoon" alternative to Peppa Pig.
How difficult is it to be a committed vegan in a world awash with animal products?
What do you need to know about theft using car key jammers?
A letter obtained by BBC Sport shows British Cycling cleared Shane Sutton of eight of the nine allegations made by Jess Varnish.
Women are more successful with online campaigns than men, according to petitions website Change.org. Why?
Gcina Mhlope is a traditional storyteller who narrates her tales in four South African languages.