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Endgame pulled from Dutch bookshops after royal who 'questioned' Archie's skin colour 'named'
The sale of a new book about the Royal Family has been halted in the Netherlands.
Israel-Hamas war: Agony as family fears hostage children have been handed to another group by Hamas
Shiri Bibas and her children, four-year-old Ariel and 10-month-old Kfir are yet to be released and there has been no word of them.
India tunnel collapse: All workers rescued after group trapped for more than two weeks in Uttarakhand
All 41 workers have been rescued from a collapsed tunnel in India after being trapped for more than two weeks.
Weather: Met Office issues snow and ice warnings as parts of UK told to prepare for 'hazardous conditions'
Yellow weather warnings have been issued, with parts of the UK told to prepare for "hazardous conditions" as snow and ice is forecasted.
Brianna Ghey's alleged killers 'used code word to indicate when stabbing should start'
Two teenagers accused of murdering Brianna Ghey used a code word to indicate when the stabbing should start, a court has heard.
The 'mind-boggling' Welsh road with eight speed limit changes within two miles
Drivers in the Vale of Glamorgan have been left "confused" by a road which has eight changes to the speed limit within a two-mile distance.
Guilt-free flying or clever PR? What it was like on Virgin Atlantic's new 100% sustainable aviation fuel flight
"It works!" So declares Virgin Atlantic founder Sir Richard Branson as we cross the Atlantic on this record-breaking flight using 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), largely made up of used cooking oil.
The Crown recreates Princess of Wales's famous catwalk dress in final series
The Crown has recreated the Princess of Wales's famous catwalk dress in the second part of its final series.
Spain 'very close' to post-Brexit Gibraltar deal after Cameron meeting
Spain says it's "very close" to agreeing a deal on the post-Brexit status of Gibraltar.
Nurses' union calls for pay negotiations to be reopened to anger of other health groups after consultants' pay offer
The UK's largest nursing union is calling for the government to reopen pay negotiations after an offer was made to consultant doctors, in a move that has angered other health unions.