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The Chinese video streaming service blurring earrings worn by male actors has sparked a debate online.
Half a million people chose a grey car in 2018 making it the most popular colour for the first time.
Every three seconds in the UK, someone has an asthma attack which could be life-threatening, a charity says.
Stars of sport, music and TV watch on as the Washington Wizards beat the New York Knicks 101-100 in the NBA match in London.
Theresa May is reaching out to other parties to get backing for a deal with the EU - but she still has to convince her own side.
Prince Philip's "shock" after he emerges unhurt from a car crash in Norfolk dominates the papers.
Rory Stewart suggests there could be some give and for the PM when it comes to Brexit talks with other parties.
Jonny Bairstow scores 98 on the first day of England's final warm-up match before the Test series in the West Indies.
Barcelona overturn a first-leg deficit to beat Levante and reach the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey.
A Cabinet source suggests the government may break with tradition and block the Speaker from getting a peerage when he retires.
Ding Junhui makes three fouls in succession to forfeit a frame in his Masters quarter-final win against Luca Brecel.
Two years into a history-defying presidency, the BBC's Nick Bryant assesses how Donald Trump may be remembered.
DIY SOS team help football fan Simon Dobbin after assault left him with life-changing injuries.
One of the most distinctive features in the Solar System is no more than 100 million years old.
Thousands of students skip school in Belgium to join a march demanding action on climate change.
Members of Congress who were due to join the trip are left sitting on a bus at Capitol Hill.
The Duke of Edinburgh was helped from his Range Rover on a road near the Queen's Sandringham estate.
The rapper says federal workers going back to work without getting paid needs to be taken seriously.
Five key takeaways from the US secretary of state's breakneck tour of the Middle East.