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Author Philip Roth dies aged 85
One of the great American authors, his works included American Pastoral and Portnoy's Complaint.

Archbishop Philip Wilson to step down after sex abuse cover-up
Philip Wilson is the most senior Catholic ever found guilty of covering up clerical sex abuse.

Trump says summit with North Korea's Kim Jong-un may be delayed
The US leader says the North must meet certain conditions for the summit to go ahead next month.

Royal wedding photographer on Meghan and Harry's 'beautiful moment'
Photographer Alexi Lubomirski describes working with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on their wedding day.

How to speak volcano like a pro
Making sense of terms like vog, laze and pahoehoe with the help of volcanologist Evgenia Ilyinskaya.

Gavin Grimm trans bathroom lawsuit backed by federal judge
Gavin Grimm, who has been fighting his former high school's policy for years, says he feels relief.

US to ease crisis-era Dodd-Frank banking rules
Supporters say Dodd Frank reform will helps banks grow, but critics warn of a return to reckless behaviour.

US to lift ban on baiting bears with doughnuts in Alaska
Alaskan hunters may soon be allowed to bait bears with doughnuts and bacon and shoot hibernating cubs.

Man Booker International Prize: Olga Tokarczuk is first Polish winner
Olga Tokarczuk wins the £50,000 literary prize for her book Flights.

MH370 not deliberately crashed by pilot, say investigators
Australian investigators reject claims the missing passenger jet was deliberately crashed into the sea.

Zuckerberg's European Parliament testimony criticised
The Facebook founder faces questions from European lawmakers over the data scandal and fake news.

McDonald's workers make sexual harassment complaints
Ten female staff at McDonald's franchises in the US have filed complaints of sexual harassment.

Manchester attack: A day of remembrance one year on
A cathedral service and a national minute's silence have marked one year since the Manchester attack.

The gamers you can pay to help you win at Fortnite
Meet the pro gamers starting a micro-industry by tutoring new players in the popular online game.

The mobile laundry for homeless people
A van has been converted into a laundrette to wash homeless people's clothes in Athens.

#Metoo: Women fight back against subway gropers
After a stranger exposed himself to her on a train, a journalist created the Instagram project I Was On The Metro When...

In pictures: Hitchhiking in the occupied West Bank
A photojournalist documents the risky world of Israeli “trempists” - Hebrew for hitchhikers.

Breaking silence: an Indian man shares his rape ordeal
"Akram" who was raped by a preacher at the age of 14, has revealed horrific details of the crime.

US student's 'Summa cum laude' graduation cake censored
A high school student had his cake censored after a misunderstanding of its icing message.

What are the shrieking lynx actually doing?
A pair of Canada lynx have been caught on camera "screaming" at each other.

Obituary: Philip Roth, the author who scandalised middle America
Pulitzer prize-winning novelist who scandalised middle America but became the grand old man of American letters.

Can English remain the 'world's favourite' language?
English is spoken by hundreds of millions of people worldwide, but do new translation technology and "hybrid" languages threaten its status?

Are sweeteners healthier than sugar?
Artificial sweeteners offer a sweet taste without the calories, but are they healthy?

Colombia conflict: Swapping the battlefield for the football pitch
Colombia's Paz FC was created to bring together people on opposing sides of the armed conflict.

United Nations to ask young people for their views
The United Nations is launching a global poll to find what young people think of policies affecting their lives.

Child sexual abuse and the Catholic Church: What you need to know
A complex and longstanding global scandal explained, in fewer than 500 words.

Venezuelans contemplate their future after Maduro's win
With little hope of the country emerging from its economic crisis, many are packing up and leaving.

New captain Harry Kane says England can win World Cup in Russia
New England captain Harry Kane says the team can win the World Cup in Russia and "anything else is not good enough".

Andrew Strauss: England director of cricket to 'step back' while wife has cancer treatment
Andrew Strauss is to "step back" from his role as England's director of cricket while his wife is treated for cancer.

Giro d'Italia: Simon Yates keeps lead from Tom Dumoulin after time trial
Britain's Simon Yates produces a fine time trial to limit his losses on Tom Dumoulin and retain his grip on the Giro d'Italia.

Unai Emery: Arsenal message appears on manager's official website
The official website of Unai Emery says he is "proud to be part of the Arsenal family" before his expected announcement as the club's new manager.

Gary Rowett: Stoke City name Derby County boss as their new manager
Stoke appoint Derby boss Gary Rowett as their new manager following the Potters' relegation from the Premier League, replacing Paul Lambert.

BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2018: Lucy Bronze wins award
England and Olympique Lyonnais defender Lucy Bronze is crowned BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2018.

'I want to be like Mo Salah'
Aspiring footballers in Mo Salah's hometown are taking inspiration from the Liverpool FC ace.

Murder and fraud: What happened to Carole Packman?
The Parole Board is reviewing whether to free Russell Causley, who has never revealed where his wife's body is.

'My lovely dad tried to kill me'
Robyn Hollingworth was just 25 when she left her job in London to help care for her dad who had early-onset Alzheimer's.

County Lines: Why drug phenomenon has hit Wales so hard
Why Wales is being hit so hard by the drugs phenomenon that became a national issue virtually overnight.

'I hated myself for Abu Ghraib abuse'
One of the soldiers convicted in the Abu Ghraib scandal talks about its legacy.

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