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Ketamine is known as a party drug, but a few UK clinics legally treat severely depressed people with it.
Financial adviser Leo Millward has found a way to turn his job into an American road-trip odyssey.
Farwiza Farhan on efforts to protect the forests where orangutan, rhinos, elephants and tigers co-exist.
Netflix is the leader in online video. Will Disney's plans check its growth?
The nephew of a player pictured in 1935, when women's football was banned, says he is "proud".
Students are promised the option of an accelerated degree course to save a year of tuition fees.
The Sunday papers focus on the attempts to unseat the PM over her Brexit withdrawal agreement.
The man hoping to be Florida's first black governor admits defeat after votes are recounted.
Watch the best moments from day nine of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 as India beat Australia to top group B and New Zealand thrash Ireland within eight overs.
World number one Novak Djokovic puts in a ruthless display to beat Kevin Anderson and reach the final of the ATP Finals in London.
No arrests have been made in connection with the shooting in north London.
Scotland thump 10-man Albania to go level on points with Israel at the top of Nations League Group C1.
The State Department counters reports the CIA believes the Saudi crown prince ordered the murder.
Jacob Stockdale's second-half try helps Ireland earn a first ever home win over New Zealand as they clinch a 16-9 triumph.
Eddie Jones says he was pleased that Japan were "fired up" by his pre-match claim they should "pray" in preparation for meeting England.
South Africa edge out Scotland 26-20 at Murrayfield to inflict a first home defeat on Gregor Townsend's side in a year.
The "train emerged the victor" in the smash which left a silver Mercedes badly damaged, police say.
Alexander Zverev faces boos during his post-match interview after beating Roger Federer over an incident in which he stopped a point because a ball boy dropped a ball.
England need a second-half fightback to overcome a spirited Japan, with Joe Cokanasiga scoring a debut try.
Al James was with the group from its inception in 1973 until he retired more than 30 years later.