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Will any of this year's Oscar attendees try to top the classic outfits of the past?
It's Hollywood's big night - here's what to look out for in the main battles at the Oscars.
A blind man who narrowly escaped death has developed software he hopes will give blind people independence.
For several decades, the UK sent children across the world to new lives where many were abused.
In the Soviet Union rare individuals campaigned for human rights at great personal expense. One was psychiatrist Semyon Gluzman, who now sees a bright future for his new country, Ukraine.
Julius Kaggwa was born intersex, which made for a confusing, isolating and sometimes dangerous childhood growing up in Uganda.
The KGB spy who lived the American dream and other stories you may have missed in the past seven days.
Celebrity make-up artist, Amy Hollier, shares her tips on how to achieve the perfect look for the red carpet.
Greek activists storm court to save homes
Accusations are made against Mo Farah's coach on one front page as terror threats dominate another.
The American coach of Olympic champion Mo Farah may have broken anti-doping rules to boost the performance of some of his athletes, says a leaked report.
The US president has attended for nearly a century and it will still go ahead in Mr Trump's absence.
Gavin McDonnell fails in his bid to join his twin brother Jamie as a world champion with a majority-decision loss to Rey Vargas.
Actor David Harewood says Doctor Who "needs to do something different" - and he'd be up for it.
Tom Perez was seen as the establishment-backed candidate and will have to unite a divided party.
Head coach Vern Cotter lauds Scotland's second-half display against Wales, as they rack up 20 unanswered points to win.
Caroline Wyatt said the "brain fog began to lift" after she paid for treatment in Mexico.
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy says speculation he was involved in Claudio Ranieri's dismissal is "untrue and extremely hurtful".
The five-year-old Sunderland fan, who has months to live, was a mascot at the match against Everton.
Ireland beat France 19-9 in Dublin to keep alive their hopes of winning a third Six Nations Championship in four years.