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North Korea has released a new set of photos of its party and military leaders. There are no women and there is a "millennial" general, but who are the pictures for?
Police are asked to investigate claims that letters sent in David Cameron's name in the 2015 general election campaign led to a breach of election law.
Solar Impulse has landed in Tulsa, Oklahoma, ending stage 11 in its round-the-world journey.
Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis is paid a bonus of almost £3 for helping return the UK's biggest supermarket to sales growth.
Apple invests $1bn (£693m) in Didi Chuxing, the car-hailing app that has a bigger market share than Uber in China.
Top Hezbollah commander Mustafa Amine Badreddine has been killed, the group says, but it is unclear who was responsible.
Michael Crawford reveals the thought of his first West End appearance in five years later this month frightens him.
Star Wars crew spark excitement at Irish beauty spot
The Eurovision Song Contest final takes place in Stockholm on Saturday night.