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On Tuesday, an inquest found that 10 people shot in west Belfast in 1971 were innocent.
Nine-year-old Jordan Banks was "the brightest star" and "our everything", his family says.
Manchester City have reclaimed the Premier League title in style - but where will they strengthen this summer and can they dominate next season?
The 75-year-old was convicted in 2016 of genocide during the conflict in the former Yugoslavia.
The NFL will return to London in 2021, with two games played at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in October.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
"We are fully committed to learning the lessons at every stage of this crisis," Boris Johnson says.
Non-essential travel will be allowed to some amber countries, despite travel for leisure being discouraged.
"As great as this show is, and as fun as it is, it's just not a challenge any more," she explains.
Manchester United Women head coach Casey Stoney is to step down at the end of the season.
Politicians debated the government's plans - set out in the Queen's Speech - and made a series of claims on subjects including hospital waiting lists and social care.
An independent public inquiry has been announced, but how will it work?
Contingency plans are being made to divert passengers to other UK airports or EU hubs due to border queues.
Andy Murray "sure deserves" a wildcard for the French Open, tournament director Guy Forget says.
An independent review calls the international response to the pandemic a "toxic cocktail".
Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle commemorates those who died when a Luftwaffe attack destroyed the Commons chamber.
This is the first time a social media moderator has testified to a parliamentary committee.
Pub and cafe owners in Bolton are apprehensive about reopening amid a rise in the Indian variant.
There are calls for more support for adoptees - as social media searches for birth families rise.
The UK economy shrank by 1.5% in the first three months of 2021, but picked up speed in March.