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  1. On the seventh day of government bombing of a rebel enclave, the UN struggles to agree a ceasefire.
  2. Her agency confirms the Vicar of Dibley actress died on Wednesday and would be "greatly missed".
  3. Great Britain's women curlers lose 5-3 to Japan in the bronze-medal match at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
  4. Great Britain's Billy Morgan seals an historic bronze medal in the men's snowboard big air in a dramatic final, which saw many of the favourites crash out.
  5. Homeless people are bracing themselves for an expected drop in temperatures.
  6. The British winner split the £156m jackpot with another ticket holder from Spain
  7. A man and woman are charged with causing the deaths of brothers Corey and Casper Platt-May in Coventry.
  8. Labour says Ben Bradley will apologise and make a donation to charity over what he wrote in a tweet.
  9. A growing number of corporate partners abandon the US gun lobby after the deadly school shooting.
  10. The film legend urges Johnny Hallyday's widow to give some of his money to his older children.
  11. The humanitarian aid agency reveals 21 staff have left for sexual misconduct since 2015.
  12. A number of women have taken to social media to say they've been sexually assaulted during the Hajj pilgrimage.
  13. After battling stereotypes, Terrell Lawrence finds his calling as a cheerleader.
  14. Customers at a pub in Wrexham must agree to lock their phones in a box throughout their meal.
  15. An app in Greece is helping people donate their leftover drugs to those who can't afford to buy them.