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The royal couple will also no longer receive public funds for royal duties, the palace says.
Manchester City's faint title hopes suffer another damaging blow as Fernandinho's late own goal earns Crystal Palace a point at Etihad Stadium.
Erling Braut Haaland scores a 23-minute hat-trick on his Borussia Dortmund debut to help his side come from two goals down and beat Augsburg.
Real Madrid move three points clear of champions Barcelona at the top of La Liga with a hard-earned victory against Sevilla at the Bernabeu.
Manchester City are held by Palace, Norwich reduce the gap to Bournemouth and Wolves come from 2-0 down to win at Southampton
Lee Child had considered killing off title character before getting his younger sibling to take over.
The new uniform, unveiled on the force's Twitter, has prompted one question: "Camo in space?"
Dom Bess takes his maiden Test five-wicket haul to tighten England's grip on the third Test against South Africa on a weather-hit third day in Port Elizabeth.
Food prices could rise after Sajid Javid said there will be no alignment with EU rules after Brexit, businesses say.
Ghassan Salamé's remarks come on the eve of renewed peace talks between Libya's warring factions.
The men were returning from a party when they were shot dead and burned, allegedly by a drug cartel.
The Delta Air Lines plane jettisoned fuel over Los Angeles schools as it made an emergency landing.
Storms hit parts of Australia's east coast, dousing some fires and giving inhabitants some respite.
The virus emerged in December, two people have died and it has been detected in three countries.
Helicopters are sent to Annapurna region amid poor weather conditions and plunging temperatures.
The company wants to distance its film studio from Rupert Murdoch's news company, US media report.
Government plans include a countdown projected onto No 10 and an address by the PM - but no bongs.
Roger Federer says he did what he could when poor air quality affected the health of players in Australian Open qualifying.
At 67.08cm (2ft 2.41in), Khagendra Thapa Magar was recognised the shortest living man who could walk.
The Balearic Islands ban pub crawls and happy hours in popular destinations in Ibiza and Majorca.
Epidermolysis bullosa is a rare genetic condition where skin can tear at the slightest touch.
Pakistan's military spokesman leaves his post after three headline-grabbing years, to praise and criticism.
Unique factors make the latest anti-government protests different from those in the past.
TikTok videos made by doctors and nurses this week have been accused of spreading misinformation.
A selection of news photographs taken around the world this week.
Canines with a nose for detection have led to hundreds of arrests and the disruption of smuggling routes.
When Bury FC was expelled from the English Football League, supporters were left with a hole in their lives.
Two Colombian producers tell a British cocaine user they wouldn't take it as they know what's in it.
The Global Hawk, which is unmanned, can travel halfway around the world on one tank of fuel.
There was outrage after the restaurant of the late French chef Paul Bocuse lost one of its stars.
President Trump has hailed the new US-China agreement as a victory for farmers. So what do they think?
Canadians want to know if they will be picking up the tab for Harry and Meghan's security if they move there.
Tennis players have raised concerns about the air quality ahead of Australian Open.
Harry Harris rebukes critics of his facial hair, which reminds some South Koreans of colonial rule.
Everything you need to know about Conor McGregor's return to the octagon against Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone at UFC 246 in Las Vegas this weekend.
Universal Music UK have changed their work culture to be more inclusive to neurodiverse people.
Margaret Court was a quiet champion, unrivalled in sport but shy in public. Now she is at the centre of a polemic set to play out its latest chapter.
The number of multi-racial people in the US is on the rise. But the experience comes with struggles.
The Coffin Club of Rotorua in New Zealand organises weekly coffin making sessions.
A trip to a leading puppet workshop in Mali reveals the art is in trouble as insecurity has reduced tourist income.
Oksana Masters was seven when her adoptive mother took her from Ukraine to the USA. This summer she will compete at her fifth Paralympics.
When Sunny's asylum application was refused, he took refuge overnight on London's buses - for two decades.
Songs became shorter, melodies became less melodic and Latin music exploded. Here's why.
For several years, until he was caught in 2017, Reynhard Sinaga preyed on young men enjoying a night out.