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Former two-weight UFC champion Conor McGregor says he has decided to retire from the sport.
Investors face a two-year wait to see if they'll get any money back from a collapsed investment firm.
Your morning briefing for 26 March 2019.
The minor One Nation party discussed softening Australia's strict gun laws with the NRA, videos show.
President Trump declared a national emergency to bypass Congress and divert funds for the project.
But nearly £10bn is needed to bring all roads up to scratch, an annual survey suggests.
EU nationals who have paid UK taxes for years could be denied benefits after Brexit, says a report.
AC-12 are hunting "Balaclava Man" and his gang of murderous criminals as the hit TV drama returns.
A medical team is trying to intervene to stop stabbings, rather than waiting to treat them when they happen.
President López Obrador says the indigenous peoples were subjected to human rights abuses.
Michael Avenatti is charged with trying to extort more than $20m from sports apparel giant Nike.
The comedian says people need to be 'compassionate' when they communicate online.
The practice involves ironing a girl's chest with hot objects to delay breasts from growing
Coroners may be given new powers to investigate stillbirths so that each death is independently assessed.
How collecting colourful washable nappies can become a costly and even somewhat addictive hobby.
Rio Paralympic silver medallist Ali Jawad is recalled to the GB squad for the World Para Powerlifting World Cup after Crohn's Disease almost ended his career.
The house of Kenyan artist Khadambi Asalache has become London's newest museum.
A selection of images from this year's World Photograph Awards.
The line-up for this spring's Hay Festival is unveiled, including Keeping Faith star Eve Myles.
In Sailugemsky National Park, snow leopards have found an unlikely ally - ex-poachers