From BBC News:
The men committed more than 120 offences against 15 girls in the Huddersfield area.
The victims were standing on the railway tracks watching celebrations for a Hindu festival.
The Wikileaks co-founder has been living in the country's UK embassy in London since 2012.
The former Liberal Democrat leader will head Facebook's global affairs and communications team.
A ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars should be brought forward by eight years to 2032, MPs say.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex get into a group hug with surfers during a visit to the iconic beach.
Two men are held on suspicion of killing Ian Tomlin who was beaten to death outside his London home.
UK visitors will not need French visas if there is no Brexit deal, the president's team clarifies.
Ex-cabinet minister tells the BBC's Nick Robinson she was misled by civil servants over the Windrush scandal.
NHS talking therapy service is failing patients in one in seven areas of England, BBC analysis shows.
A campaign group for journalists' safety is among those to call for the US president to apologise.
Clive Shaw is fighting his parents in the High Court over his right to inherit the family farm.
The Environment Agency is probing claims exporters are abusing the recycled plastics market.
Harper is now the youngest person ever to visit all 50 states of the US.
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