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BT shares dive after it uncovers "inappropriate behaviour" at its Italian unit stretching back years.
Film director Roman Polanski quits the Cesars jury following outrage from women right's groups.
Parliament must vote on whether the government can start Brexit, the Supreme Court rules.
Footage shows Giulio Regeni being repeatedly asked for money before his murder.
Five more victims are found, but firefighters hope there may be survivors behind a concrete wall.
A Trump spokesman sparked alarm by saying the US would protect its South China Sea interests.
Hanne Gaby Odiele reveals she was born with undescended testicles, saying it is 'not a big deal'.
The UN says both sides are "not far" from a declaration, but rebels say they will not sign anything.
Nations hope to move forward with the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal after America withdraws.
Alert raised after patients from UK, Canada and Australia develop complications following kidney transplants.
The government's lead negotiator accuses his rebel counterpart of making "provocative" comments.
The US former president, who has pneumonia, could even follow his wife and soon return home.
Parents mourn three-month-old son who was among five people killed in a motorist's alleged rampage.
Rex Tillerson is now set to become secretary of state, after a busy day for the new Trump presidency.
A British mum who lives in Amsterdam and an Asian-American are sharing their insights in a book called The Happiest Kids in the World.
La La Land and Moonlight are tipped to feature when this year's Oscar nominations are revealed later.
"Great thing for the American worker what we just did," says President Trump as he drops the accord.
How a 19-year-old Swiss man's appeal for information on his birth family led to a huge response.
Donald Trump met business leaders and scrapped a major trade deal on his first day in the Oval office
What does the rise of left-wing presidential hopeful Benoit Hamon say about France's Socialists?