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Lyra McKee: Murdered journalist's death 'must not be in vain', says partner
The partner of a journalist murdered in Northern Ireland has described the fatal shooting as a "barbaric act".
Lyra McKee: 'Brave' reporter covered her struggle of growing up gay in Belfast
Lyra McKee has been described as a journalist of courage, style and integrity - traits that saw her take to the streets on Thursday night to witness the unrest in Londonderry.
Extinction Rebellion: Police dismantle protesters' pink ship in Oxford Circus
Police have begun dismantling the pink ship in the centre of Oxford Circus which has been a focal point for climate change protesters this week.
Libya warlord accused of using child soldiers to fight forces of UN-backed government
The UN-backed Libyan government is under siege from rebels led by General Khalifa Heftar.
'Admit you were wrong': UKIP deputy calls for a U-turn over rape remark
A row has erupted at the centre of UKIP over one of the party's election candidates refusing to apologise for saying he "wouldn't even rape" a Labour MP.
911 call that exposed parents' torture of a dozen children released
A recording of the 911 call that alerted police to a couple who starved and locked up some of their 13 children has been released.
Dingoes drag 14-month-old baby out of caravan as his parents sleep
A father has saved his baby son from being dragged away by a pack of wild dogs at an Australian holiday home.
Weah fear as snakes drive Liberian president out of office
Liberia's president and African player of the century is being forced to work from home after two snakes were found in his office block.
Indian man cuts off his own finger in anger after voting for wrong party
An Indian man has cut off his own finger after accidentally voting for the wrong party in his country's election.
Rooftop bees survive Notre-Dame fire after being 'drunk'
Hundreds of thousands of bees housed on the roof of the Notre-Dame cathedral have survived Monday's devastating fire.