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Sudan's death at the age of 45 leaves only two females of his subspecies alive in the world.
A two-year-old child dies after being found in a car in a river following claims of abduction.
Your morning briefing for 20 March 2018.
There are a number of unwanted anniversaries being 'celebrated' by the teams hoping to rival Mercedes for the F1 titles this season.
A Scottish Conservative MP made the comment after Brexit negotiators hailed a "decisive step".
It comes just months after sexual assault allegations against company co-founder Harvey Weinstein.
China's president wraps up the annual parliamentary session, saying socialism is the only way for China.
People should "trust their instincts" and report suspicious behaviour, police say.
Cheese or chocolate? Honey or oysters? The UK is home to festivals dedicated to favourite foods.
Tye Sheridan and Olivia Cooke, who star in Spielberg's film, explain why they don't talk about their own pay.
A BBC investigation finds inconsistencies in how YouTube deals with neo-Nazi music tracks which advocate violence.
MC Paigey Cakey says she feels "empowered" after having a hair transplant because she had traction alopecia.
The education secretary has called for the growing numbers of permanent exclusions to be examined.
Nequela Whittaker was once a feared gang leader in south London - now she tries to stop young people from taking that path.
A project in Tyneside uses allotments to help refugees and asylum seekers find place and purpose.
Families are still fighting to prove they own property lost when British India was partitioned.
Missed sleepovers, exam issues, secrets from siblings - the challenges of growing up with HIV.
The BBC uncovers allegations that staff at an Essex mental health trust supplied vulnerable patients.
Alfie Dingley is six - his family want him to be able to use medical cannabis to manage his epilepsy.
Many fathers want to share childcare but fear asking for flexible work, says report.