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Wednesday's front pages continue to chart the fate of football's "crumbling" European Super League.
The winner matched all five numbers and the two Lucky Star numbers, at odds of around 1 in 140 million.
Activists vow their march for racial justice is only just beginning, but not everyone is on board.
The monarch's birthday on Wednesday comes four days after the funeral of her husband, Prince Philip.
Australia and New Zealand have quarantine-free travel, but will other countries follow their lead?
A new study questions the sustainability of used cooking oil imports into Europe to make biodiesel.
Iran, Egypt, Iraq and Saudi Arabia follow China in Amnesty's list of who executes the most people.
President Putin's leading critic is on hunger strike and ahead of planned street protests they warn he could die.
The conviction of the police officer for the death of George Floyd has been hailed as a watershed.
A deadly second wave has overrun hospitals and even crematoriums in India.
Football fans, museums and restaurants are opening up, but Danes will have to show a corona passport.
The five films cover diverse topics from bullying, a drinking experiment, and the horror of war.
Gemma Robinson died just days before she was due to see her ex-partner in court.
CEO Augustin Celier says he was tempted by a €500,000 loan "but it could have ruined our company".
Robin Brant talks through five companies showcasing electric vehicles at the Shanghai Auto Show.
Danny Griffiths was stunned when a surfboard he had lost four years earlier turned up 2,700km away.
Accessible transport campaigner Katie Pennick says a lack of progress by consecutive London mayors has left her feeling "unwelcome".
For Altou, a 19-year-old model, having a ‘slim thick’ body is the key to getting more likes and more work.
Derek Chauvin knelt on the neck of African-American George Floyd for over nine minutes last May.
All six Premier League teams involved in the European Super League formally withdraw from the competition.