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Voters are deciding whether to repeal the Eighth Amendment, which effectively bans terminations.
Tough new data protection laws come into effect on Friday, but many firms say they are not ready.
The vice-foreign minister calls the US decision to cancel the 12 June summit "extremely regrettable".
The sale ends the disastrous entry into the UK retail hardware market by Australia's Wesfarmers.
Daniel Craig's fifth outing as the secret agent is due to be released in the UK from 25 October 2019.
Fifteen people are injured in Mississauga, near Toronto, after a blast at an Indian restaurant.
Charles Leclerc is turning heads in his maiden F1 season, and even has two four-time champions in his corner. Andrew Benson explores his potential.
Your morning briefing for Friday, 25 May 2018.
These refugees have come all the way from Syria. Now they're smuggling themselves back.
Police forces have released figures showing reports of stolen pets are on the rise.
Composer Ramin Djawadi will use local orchestras alongside his own soloists as he travels across Europe
The mother of Emile Cilliers' oldest two children tells the BBC about life with the attempted murderer.
Strawberry producers say labour shortages are driving them to find robotic fruit pickers instead.
The actress has produced an animation about the struggle faced by women living under the Taliban.
A look at some of the up-and-coming artists BBC Music Introducing is giving a leg up to.
A leading cancer expert says the problems date back to 2005, but no one was properly checking the data.
Exam league tables are stigmatising white working-class schools, head teachers say.
7 days quiz: It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past seven days?
The visit will be the first official tour of the region by a member of the Royal Family.
Cheap and easy to obtain, the painkiller Tramadol has millions of Egyptians hooked on getting high.