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Islamic State group defeated as final territory lost, US-backed forces say

US-backed forces declare the territorial defeat of the IS, but the group is said to remain a major threat. READ MORE

LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers out of play-off race - what has gone wrong?

LeBron James will not be playing in the NBA play-offs for the first time since 2005 - what has gone wrong for the Los Angeles Lakers this season? READ MORE

Winx races to 32nd consecutive win in Australia

Australian racehorse Winx extends her record-breaking win streak to 32 with victory in the George Ryder Stakes at Rosehill Gardens. READ MORE

US disaster relief agency exposed private data of 2.3m survivors

Fema admits accidentally sharing 2.3 million people's addresses and bank details. READ MORE

German police arrest 10 people on suspicion of planning terror attacks

Ten men are detained on suspicion of planning to carry out an Islamist terror attack, police say. READ MORE

Christchurch attacks: Al-Noor mosque reopens to worshippers

Small groups are let in to the Al-Noor mosque where dozens of people were killed on 15 March. READ MORE

The Ugandan choir that played the White House

The Watoto Children's Choir was set up to help some of the estimated two million orphans in Uganda. READ MORE

What’s it like to have 19 children?

Big families are not unusual in the Ukrainian village of Glynn, but one couple has gone further than most. READ MORE

'He's turned full circle' - hat-trick continues Sterling's England redemption

Raheem Sterling's hat-trick in England's win over the Czech Republic shows he has "turned full circle" with the national team, says manager Gareth Southgate. READ MORE

Jet Airways: The riches to rags story of India's first private airline

The airline was once the shining face of Indian aviation, but now it is struggling to survive. READ MORE

Week in pictures: 16 - 22 March 2019

A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week. READ MORE

Algeria's youth find voice in protest

The country's largely young population has been protesting on the streets for weeks. Why? READ MORE