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North Korea, one of the world's most closed and isolated countries, has been celebrating the end of its Workers Party Congress this week.
The Brighton Festival, England's largest international arts festival, is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Taylor Swift receives the BMI Taylor Swift Award at The 64th Annual BMI Pop Awards.
Sunderland seal their Premier League safety and relegate Newcastle and Norwich with a crushing victory over Everton.
Norwich are relegated to the Championship despite a thumping victory over Watford at Carrow Road.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump appears to have softened his stance on temporarily barring Muslims from travelling to the US.
The BBC says it is to move some BBC Three services Birmingham, as well as making the city a base for its proposed partnerships with local newspapers.
David Cameron apologises for "any misunderstanding" after describing a former imam as a supporter of the Islamic State group.
St Johnstone come from behind to beat champions Celtic and secure a fourth-place finish in the Premiership.