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The latest deaths are part of a major problem for two governments with few good options available.
There are many unanswered questions following the deaths of 27 people. Here is what we know so far.
A fifth person is arrested after 27 people drowned while trying to cross the Channel on Wednesday.
The body of 14-year-old Caroline Glachan was discovered in West Dunbartonshire in August 1996.
The musician tells The Guardian his estranged father is "a lot more considerate" since transitioning.
The energy firm, with 1.7 million customers, has been put into a special form of administration.
Chef Andrew Pern's Star Inn in North Yorkshire is gutted when a blaze engulfs its thatched roof.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday morning.
The mosaic, part of a villa complex, is said to be one of the most significant found in Britain.
Pulled from the rubble, some survivors say they were made to take tests to get compensation.
Thursday's papers report the deaths of 27 people making their way to the UK via the English Channel.
Steve Liddiard's picture of the Whiteford Point Lighthouse in the Gower Peninsula was named overall winner.
Osman Kavala has not been convicted but his detention has set Turkey's leader on a collision course.
Mims Davies calls for tougher government action following her "absolutely awful" experience.
While making his Beatles series Get Back, the director learned about the Fab Four's letdown.
English football needs an independent regulator to stop it "lurching from crisis to crisis", says the chair of a fan-led review into the sport.
A group of peers are urging the government to repeal the Vagrancy Act which makes it a criminal offence to sleep rough or beg in England and Wales.
Women at a Krav-Maga class explain why they have taken up self-defence classes this year.
BBC correspondent Abdujalil Abdurasulov visits eastern Ukraine as soldiers watch Russia's nearby movements.
Manchester City outplayed Paris St-Germain and with Mauricio Pochettino struggling to impose his style the Manchester United talk will not go away, writes Phil McNulty.