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Trump impeachment: What you need to know about the Senate trial
What we can expect in the trial starting on Tuesday, from the key players to unusual rules in place.
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Windrush scandal: 'A billion pounds can't buy back my happiness'
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New China virus: Warning against cover-up as number of cases jump
Beijing's top leaders urge transparency as it is confirmed the coronavirus can pass between people.
Terrorism laws to get tougher within weeks, government vows
Offenders will face more time in jail as "hard truths" are faced after attacks, the Home Office says.
Rise in full-time female workers boosts employment
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Emiliano Sala felt 'forced out' by Nantes before plane crash
The footballer sent a message days before he died saying he did not feel valued by FC Nantes.
Van Gogh self-portrait is genuine, experts decide
A portrait that has puzzled art experts for decades is finally declared a real Van Gogh.
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The local authority said it was trying to promote "civilised" behaviour - but later apologised.
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Prince Harry and Meghan: Black British women on Meghan
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Tuesday's front pages carry a mix of stories, including on the royals and the BBC's director general.
Paternity leave: Why Japan is talking about Shinjiro Koizumi
This politician is going on leave to take care of his newborn son, and it's pretty controversial.
Men make 'Earth sandwich', nearly 12,500 miles apart
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Portishead's Hedgehog Lady on the hunt for volunteers
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Trump impeachment trial: Five possible twists ahead
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