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Extinction Rebellion: Met chief condemns 'miserable disruption' caused by protests
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick has condemned the "miserable disruption" inflicted on Londoners by Extinction Rebellion - telling demonstrators to protest lawfully or go home.
Anger over Notre-Dame donations as yellow vest protests turn violent
At least 126 people have been arrested in Paris on the 23rd week of the yellow vest protests as violence erupted on the city's streets.
He stood up to Sudan's tyrannical government. Soldiers shot him dead
As Sudanese soldiers fire live rounds at unarmed protesters, a young man stands his ground, then moves forward, berating the soldiers for firing at civilians, telling them they should be ashamed.
May and Corbyn highlight persecution of Christians and refugee crisis in Easter messages
The prime minister has used her Easter message to highlight the "danger" facing Christians, while Jeremy Corbyn focused on the refugee crisis.
Derbyshire Tories boycott EU elections over Brexit chaos
Conservative councillors in Derbyshire have voted to go on "strike" and not help candidates campaign in the upcoming European elections, in an extraordinary show of local defiance to the national party.
People still using weak passwords - these are the most common
The most common passwords have been revealed, as a survey shows many British internet users do not know the best way to protect themselves from cyber crime.
Prisons using tech to trace illegal mobiles to precise cells
Prison staff are using specialist detection equipment to pinpoint where inmates are using illegal mobile phones down to the precise cell, the Ministry of Justice has said.
Boyz N The Hood director John Singleton in ICU after stroke
Oscar-nominated director John Singleton is in intensive care after suffering a stroke.
Lyra McKee murder: Police concern over 'new breed of terrorists'
A senior police officer has expressed his concern at "a new breed of terrorists coming through the ranks" following the murder of journalist Lyra McKee.
UK weather: Hottest day of the year so far as UK enjoys eggcellent Easter sunshine
The Met Office has confirmed that Saturday was the warmest day of the year so far - with temperatures reaching 25.5C (78F) in Hampshire.