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Security forces and cartel gunmen clash after drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán's son is discovered.
Figures reveal an 807% increase in the number of known child victims of modern slavery.
The findings could explain why being overweight or obese increases asthma risk, researchers say.
A week of raids across England and Wales netted cocaine, crack and heroin worth over £400,000.
The prime minister will seek to build a Commons majority for his deal ahead of Saturday's crunch vote.
Catalonia is set for a general strike on Friday, over the jailing of pro-independence leaders.
Anti-Brexit campaigner Jo Maugham has lodged a petition at the Court of Session in Edinburgh.
From quid-pro-quo to arrests, we catch you up on the latest developments.
A sign has stirred up confusion and angry debate about whether or not ducks should eat bread.
A US official says aid to Ukraine was held up to force it to probe Democrats, but later backtracks.
Ghost nets kill huge numbers of marine animals every year, but new tech might help prevent that.
Graham Ensor says finding rocks that have travelled billions of miles "is an incredible feeling".
The annual meeting of the IMF gets under way in Washington this week.
Stopping staff accessing email outside the office could leave some feeling stressed, research suggests.
A world where women can be successful without "busting balls" shouldn't be far-off and magical.
Men's wool suits are among the products facing new tariffs at a crucial time for UK trade.
A former law lecturer seems an unlikely choice to win the hearts of young Tunisians voters who want jobs.
Joe Atherton, 64, hopes his world records will not be beet, after growing hefty turnips, carrots, leeks and parsnips.
Richard Mosse's ultraviolet photography of rainforest flora.
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