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The foreign secretary says the detention by Iran of the British-flagged ship is "unacceptable".
Experts fear that for some vulnerable girls, secondary school lessons on the issue will be too late.
Ex-inmates perform at Latitude Festival as part of the UK's first record label for prisoners.
A series of messages are sent from the Met's account calling for the release of a drill rap artist.
Benjamin Netanyahu breaks the record set by Israel's founding father, but he faces an uncertain future.
DVSA data reveals the highest number of practical tests taken by learners in a year.
The hashtag #cheerupcharlie was trending on Twitter after a post from the nine-year-old's teacher.
Campaigners say bringing knives to courts shows some people are "desensitised" to carrying weapons.
Fifty years on, the 03:56 AM TV moment that was out of this world.
The minutes before landing were tense, as fuel ran low and connections were lost between the lunar module and mission control
An endeavour which was born out of conflict ended by bringing the entire world together, at least for a moment.
The government says separate entrances "stigmatise" social housing tenants in new developments.
Accused of widespread abuses, the Rapid Support Forces sprang from "Janjaweed" militias linked to genocide in Darfur.
The country you live in plays a big part in how much tax is deducted from your wages
Released in 2011, we look back at Ed Sheeran's rap and grime EP the No. 5 Collaborations Project.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
Changes to US immigration policy have left some families divided and waiting in Mexico for their asylum cases to be heard.
The Brazilian president accuses the national space agency of exaggerating the scale of deforestation.
The US musician becomes the first woman to conduct the First Night of the BBC Proms.
The seizure of two tankers by Iran in the Gulf dominates the newspaper front pages.