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Brexit: EU citizens offered 'UK settled status' by PM May
They will be treated as UK citizens for healthcare, education benefits and pensions, says the UK PM.
Trump: I did not record ex-FBI chief James Comey
President Trump had earlier hinted he had secretly taped a sensitive conversation with James Comey.
Raqqa: The desperate fight for Islamic State group's ?capital?
The BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse is one of the first reporters to reach the de-facto IS capital Raqqa.
US man 'gave top-secret information' to Chinese agent
Former US diplomatic officer Kevin Mallory could face life in prison under the Espionage Act.
Republican senators' revolt puts health bill in jeopardy
Several Republican senators have raised concern about a new health plan to repeal Obamacare.
Indian teen celebrates as Nasa sends satellite to space
The tiny satellite was designed by Rifath Sharrook, 18, and manufactured using a 3-D printer.
Grenfell Tower: Eleven high rises 'fail fire-risk tests'
Tests are under way on about 600 high rises in England to see if cladding fitted to the outside is safe, the government says.
Otto Warmbier: Funeral held for student jailed in N Korea
The death of the US student has raised tensions, with North Korea calling Donald Trump a psychopath.
Bill Cosby plans 'sexual assault education' speaking tour
The beleaguered comic wants to educate young people about sexual assault, his representatives claim.
Mosul's Great Mosque of al-Nuri destroyed
Blast in Iraq destroys Great Mosque of al-Nuri according to Iraqi forces

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Sinn Féin: UK government 'going through the motions' in powersharing talks
The British government is merely "going through the motions" in talks to restore powersharing at Stormont and is more focused on their efforts to strike a deal with the DUP at Westminster, Sinn Féin has claimed.
Convincing win for Limerick
Limerick fired an early warning shot that they are one of the leading contenders for All-Ireland U21 glory with this comprehensive 12-point Munster quarter-final dismissal of Tipperary.
'Devastating how much a single event can destroy a person': Husband of pregna...
"I just wish I could return to my old life. The one where the love of my life was still alive and we were expecting our first child. My life after my wife?s death has been a never-ending nightmare."
EU leaders vote to extend sanctions on Russia over Ukraine conflict
The leaders of the European Union (EU) have agreed to extend sanctions against Russia over its actions in Ukraine, following a similar move by the US this week.
Australia and Cameroon in 1-1 Confederations Cup draw
Mark Milligan's second-half penalty meant Australia and Cameroon had to settle for a 1-1 draw in the Confederations Cup in St Petersburg.
Donald Trump: I have no tapes of Comey meetings
"Lordy, I hope there are tapes," Mr Comey declared at a congressional hearing.
Jobstown trial: 'All he is doing is holding a banner walking up the road, wit...
The trial of six men accused of falsely imprisoning the former Tánaiste Joan Burton has heard that a a peaceful protestor is charged with an offence that could potentially result in a life sentence.
Young driver 'panicked' when he collided with cyclist and drove off
The sentencing of an inexperienced driver whose failure to properly observe oncoming traffic led to a collision with a cyclist has been adjourned to allow him gather funds.
Father who wants brain-injured son kept alive tells court: 'Where there?s lif...
His father had said: "I want him to be kept alive. Where there?s life, there?s hope."
Varadkar: Not too late for UK to stay in EU
Leo Varadkar has told his first EU summit as Taoiseach that it is not too late for the UK to stay within the organisation.