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A selection of powerful images taken around the world this week.
Fungi are being used to make compostable versions of products, such as coffins and packaging.
In January, the Covid mortality rate in Burnley was more than double the English average.
Italian is the lingua franca of Malindi, which can be a culture shock when walking its old Swahili streets.
Anne Sacoolas faces a US court battle following a road crash that killed British teen Harry Dunn.
Christiane Amanpour, the Chief International Anchor of the news channel CNN was interviewed by Oprah in 2005.
Ros Atkins on US President Joe Biden’s first foreign policy test - how to deal with Saudi Arabia.
Some big YouTube names are building their own video sites on the side - just in case.
Waiting for a jab and vaccine passport, EU citizens are impatient to get their lives back.
Opponents of Myanmar's military coup face daily threats and violence, and yet defiance continues.
Manchester United look at Edmond Tapsoba, Wolves ready to sell Adama Traore, Chelsea confident of signing Erling Braut Haaland, plus more.
Many of Saturday's papers also cover the latest teaser from Oprah Winfrey's interview with the Duchess of Sussex.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp does not believe a failure to finish in the Champions League places would lead to the exit of leading players from Anfield.
The key questions as trainer Gordon Elliott is banned for a year, with six months suspended, amid fallout from the dead horse photo scandal.
Lacy Thibodeaux-Fields sued the Raiders for wage theft and gender discrimination in 2014 - she started a revolution in the NFL.
Pubs in England report high demand bookings from the 12 April opening date for beer gardens.
Aid will be more than 60% less, a leaked email suggests, but the government says no decision has been made.
The victim - understood to be a Welsh Guards sergeant - was fatally injured at the Castlemartin base.
Amy-Eloise Markovc produces a superb sprint finish in the 3,000m final to earn the British team their first gold at the European Indoor Championships.
The businessman is accused of promoting cryptocurrency to his followers to inflate prices.