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Trump executive order pulls out of TPP trade deal

"Great thing for the American worker what we just did," says Mr Trump as he drops the pact with a pen stroke.

Trident: Defence Secretary refuses to give test missile details
The defence secretary refuses to tell MPs whether a missile veered off course during a test in June.

Michelle O'Neill is Sinn Féin's new leader north of the border
Sinn Féin picks Michelle O'Neill to replace Martin McGuinness five weeks before snap elections.

Air pollution 'very high' in England, says Defra
'Very high' pollution warnings are issued for south-east and eastern England and Greater London.

Italy avalanche: Puppies rescued from hotel after five days
Italian emergency workers find three puppies alive in the hotel boiler room after five days.

Dean Saunders' mother: 'I told prison officials he would kill himself'
An investigation into the death of prisoner Dean Saunders found a catalogue of failures.

Gorden Kaye: 'Allo 'Allo!'s Rene Artois dies aged 75
Actor Gorden Kaye, best known for his role in the classic 1980s BBC sitcom 'Allo 'Allo!, dies at 75.

Browned toast and potatoes are 'potential cancer risk', say food scientists
Starchy food should be cooked golden yellow to cut intake of a possible cancer-causing chemical.

Tunisia attack: Victim Trudy Jones identified by her nail polish
A British survivor of the 2015 attack recognised her friend's body by her toenail polish, an inquest hears.

GCHQ director Robert Hannigan resigns
The head of Britain's electronic surveillance agency says he is stepping down for family reasons.

Dutch PM Rutte: 'If you don't like it here, then leave'
Weeks before the Dutch go to the polls, Mark Rutte targets people who reject the country's values.

Sports Direct modern slavery brothers jailed
Two Polish brothers who trafficked 18 men from Poland to the UK and conned and threatened them are both jailed for six years.

Freezing fog covers London landmarks
Freezing fog has covered most of southern England, cancelling flights at London airports and raising pollution levels.

How risky is a slice of burnt toast?
Experts say bread should be cooked to a golden yellow colour to reduce our intake of a chemical which could cause cancer.

Who is new Sinn Féin leader?
As Michelle O'Neill becomes the new Sinn Féin leader north of the border, BBC News NI looks at her career to date.

Samsung reveals cause of Galaxy Note 7 phone fires
Samsung reveals what caused the overheating and burning of some of its Galaxy Note 7 mobile phones.

Mississippi areas flattened by tornado
Aerial footage shows the extent of devastation caused by tornadoes in Mississippi in the US, which claimed the lives of four people

Together in electric dreams? Not yet
Motoring journalist Quentin Willson calls for cheaper and simpler prices to encourage the use of electric cars.

The Gambia: 'Concern' over missing state millions
More than $11m (£8.8m) is missing from The Gambia's state coffers after its leader's departure.

President Donald Trump says he will 'cherish' Obama letter
President Trump reveals that Barack Obama left him a "beautiful" letter at the Oval Office, but he keeps quiet about its contents.

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BBC coverage of latest developments as suspect in Berlin market attack is shot dead in Milan.