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The bank returns to profit in the first quarter of 2017 and says its cost-cutting plan is ahead of target.
The victim, in his 40s, was found just after midnight on a number 189 bus in central London.
Defending champion Thomas Voeckler is hoping to go out on a high as he continues to wind down his career at this weekend's Tour de Yorkshire.
Maria Sharapova refuses to respond to criticism of her return from a doping ban as she reaches the Stuttgart Open quarter-finals.
Indonesia, a majority Muslim country, has among the highest number of child brides in the world.
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The tasty pop-up pop-art museum features a pool filled with 100m sprinkles.
The powers to apply an asset freeze or trade embargo are due to disappear when Britain leaves the EU.
A charity in Taiwan has volunteers who provide sexual "help" for a small number of disabled people.
The solid gold head has been valued at $1.4m (£1.1m).
The US president said he believed China's leader was "trying very hard" to end the escalating crisis.
Armed police seized knives and arrested the 27-year-old in an "intelligence-led" operation.
Get the lowdown on Iran's presidential election.
Russell Tovey says his coveted role in gay stage epic Angels in America was part of his life long before he signed up to it.
Ahmad Nawaz, 16, survived a 2014 Taliban attack on his school - but lost his friends and brother.
Head teachers say government required savings risk destabilising education.
Sgt Alexander Blackman is released after his conviction for murder was reduced to manslaughter.
Politicians and experts are criticised over the fund, which cost £1.27bn and may have harmed patients.
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These dads are breaking stereotypes to learn how to style their daughters' hair.