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Fawlty Towers star Andrew Sachs, who played Spanish waiter Manuel in the sitcom, has died at 86, his family confirms.
Two papers lead on the football abuse scandal - while the UK's exit from the EU is also covered.
The Magazine's weekly quiz of the news, 7 days 7 questions.
Ritula Shah reports from Essen at the heart of Germany's changing industrial landscape
Could Park Geun-hye become the first South Korean president to be removed from office?
Liam Highfield sparks a bizarre 21-shot exchange with Mark Williams during the fourth round of the UK Snooker Championship.
An investigation into a charity run by former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba finds "no evidence of fraud or corruption" but says it may have "misled" donors.
The BBC travels to Nepal to ask if life as a 'living goddess' demeans or empowers girls.
Women's sexuality is a little-studied area of science and new research is revealing that much of what we thought we knew was wrong.
Nelson Mandela's granddaughter speaks about how she has turned her life around and wishes her grandfather could see her now.
As The Clothes Show bows out of Birmingham, we take a look back at the history of an event that has become a significant part of the fashion industry.
As global student loan debt reaches crisis levels, can tech start-ups help cut costs?
In the slums of Lima, he's found a way to turn fog into water.
Partially-sighted Paralympian Libby Clegg gets to see her boyfriend's face more clearly thanks to hi-tech goggles.
Investigators warn of potentially fatal risks after 99% of fake Apple chargers fail safety tests.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator and original star of hit musical Hamilton, talks about writing songs for Moana and his upcoming role in Mary Poppins Returns.
Italy's struggling banks now face added uncertainty because of the country's reform referendum
Actor who achieved fame as the bumbling Spanish waiter in Fawlty Towers.
A year on from the devastating Chennai floods, we hear from the volunteers who kept the city afloat.
Thousands of people are spreading a false rumour about a Washington pizza restaurant and a child sex ring. But why?