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Your morning briefing for Thursday 20 February 2020.
Roma are set to have talks with other European clubs about raising awareness of missing children after a groundbreaking social media campaign.
The actress tells Victoria Derbyshire her next film, The Secret Garden, could possibly be her last.
"Grace is gone", her cousin says in a BBC interview, and no jail term will change the fact.
The billionaire faces off against opponents for first time in a slugfest debate worthy of Las Vegas.
Larry Tesler was responsible for many of the innovations that made personal computing accessible.
Toni was 11 when her mum first when to prison, she's now 21 and speaks about her experiences.
Audie was in debt and losing hope. But Jeannette, who'd once been in debt herself, was able to help.
The biggest animal on Earth is returning to waters where it was nearly driven to extinction.
Only those who are well can travel, and they will be quarantined on their return, it is understood.
It had been argued that the Jägermeister logo could offend Swiss Christians.
Australians on the drought, dust, fire and floods of one of the most turbulent summers in memory.
Downpours continue as some areas struggle to cope with flooding in the wake of Storm Dennis.
When Matthew Hahn saw what was inside a safe he had stolen, he knew he had to do something
Once a year the citizens of the old medieval town of Ivrea gather in the main square to hurl oranges.
Mark Zuckerberg faced jibes on social media over a claim that he has staff blow-dry his armpits.
The suspects are still at large after targeting shisha bars in the western German city of Hanau.
A wave of discrimination that's emerged with the coronavirus crisis shows how differently the world views China.
Manchester City fans show their support for their club following the Uefa decision to ban them from the Champions League.
As the Irish parliament convenes to try to choose its new leader, concerns about inequality linger.