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Though the French presidential candidate still thinks Great Britain will negotiate a good deal.
America's biggest bank agrees settlement in case of customers who had accounts opened without their consent.
Red lines, Britons in the EU and can the UK back out? Kevin Connolly and Norman Smith investigate.
A new study says Canadian cystic fibrosis patients live 10 years longer than Americans.
As the government formally triggers Article 50, BBC editors set out the key negotiation areas.
Video footage shows Endurance Amalawa being attacked by a mob in India.
Sharon is a volunteer for the charity Knitted Knockers.
Yogi Adityanath: What kind of leader will the polarising new chief minister of Uttar Pradesh be?
Bill Kochevar can eat and drink again thanks to new technology which reconnects his brain with his muscles.
Language requirements may pose a problem for British people resident in Finland post-Brexit.
A converted vehicle has been designed to act as a sanctuary for Danish sex workers at risk of violence and exploitation.
Rio Ferdinand shares how he found a way to help his children cope with their mother's death.
What shaped him? Just how good is he? And what are Premier League clubs doing to create the next N'Golo Kante?
The French presidential candidate's wife is accused of being paid public money for a "fake job".
Crimes against humanity charges relate to the deadly violence after the 2010 presidential elections.
Video technology is used to reverse two incorrect decisions as Spain beat France in a friendly in Paris.
Here is why coal's decline can be slowed but not completely reversed.
Olga Lozina featured in an iconic photo taken during an anti-government protest in Moscow on Sunday.
Once tipped as president-in-waiting, he has seen his reputation eroded by a drip of allegations.
The Republic of Ireland's 15-game unbeaten run at the Aviva Stadium ends as their under-strength side are beaten by Iceland.