The 1961 Paris massacre was denied or concealed by French governments for decades.
Steve Bruce has been the "fall guy" at Newcastle and it has been "really tough to watch" the criticism directed at him, says his son Alex Bruce.
The rail operator was stripped of its franchise for failing to declare millions in taxpayer funding.
Pat and Mark James both survived breast cancer, and want to warn "macho" men they could get it too.
At least 15 women, men and children were abducted by an armed gang near the capital, sources say.
Hundreds of people carrying lanterns and candles gathered in Leigh-on-Sea to pay their respects.
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Charley Hull wins the individual title at the Aramco Team Series in New York - the first Ladies European Tour event to take place in the United States.
The protests come as tensions rise between civilian and military rulers.
Bellator light heavyweight champion Vadim Nemkov survives an early scare before retaining his title in dominant fashion at Bellator 268.
Britain's Cameron Norrie reaches his first Masters 1,000 final at Indian Wells as he beats Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov in straight sets.
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England's wildcard, the Yorkshireman who plays for Australia and the ambidextrous bowler - BBC Sport picks out the players to follow over the next month.
Sunday's front pages are dominated by reaction to the killing of Conservative MP Sir David Amess.
Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle, who oversees MPs' safety, says he is working with police to find solutions.
Venezuela halted talks with the opposition after Alex Saab was flown from Cape Verde to the US.
The success of The Battle at Lake Changjin is bad news for Hollywood which wants to grow in China.
Robert Durst was on Thursday convicted of murder and is a suspect in two other deaths.
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French police killed up to 300 people in 1961, throwing some of them into the River Seine to drown them.
The Brit Award-nominee discusses the making of her soul-searching debut album, Skin.