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The isolated Sentinelese tribe of the Andaman islands has always resisted outside contact.
The social network says the UK's data watchdog £500,000 penalty was unjustified.
Feminists branded the festive shopfront - advertising "fancy little knickers" - "vomit-inducing".
Professional Football Association chief executive Gordon Taylor calls for "full and open review" into the organisation's structure.
A group of MPs are told off by the Speaker for "displaying football skills" in the House of Commons.
Roger Federer will not win a Grand Slam next year, according to the uncle and former coach of long-time rival Rafael Nadal.
England and Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs says she is "heartbroken" as an ACL injury makes her a doubt for the 2019 World Cup.
What do we know about World War Two veteran and political activist Harry Leslie Smith?
Matthew Hedges is found guilty of spying but his family say the verdict is based on a false confession.
Former Scotland winger Pat Nevin is enthused by the "youthful energy" and "vibrancy" of the team that beat Albania and Israel.
The veteran broadcaster is a late addition to the line-up of the ITV reality show.
Denise Coates, the founder of Bet365 has seen her compensation rise to £265m as online gambling booms.
Manager Martin O'Neill and his assistant Roy Keane part company with the Republic of Ireland.
When a referee suffered a broken jaw during an attack by a group of players, we asked for you to share your experiences of being amateur football referees.
Scotland coach Gregor Townsend makes eight changes to his side to face Argentina in the final autumn Test.
In an interview with the BBC, Senator John McCain's widow Cindy defends her husband's record.
Councils are investing millions in commercial property – but is the risk worth the reward?
A German teenager had a quick celebration after his driving test - before he was banned for it.
Fast bowler James Anderson will be rested for England's third Test against Sri Lanka and replaced by Stuart Broad.
Negotiations are yet to take place on how the fishing industry will operate post-Brexit.