BBC News - UK 10 February 2018

Oxfam Haiti prostitute claims: Charity did not give watchdog 'full details'

The Charity Commission now wants more information about aid workers who used prostitutes in 2011.

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Islamic State 'Beatles' duo 'should be tried at The Hague'

The fighters, part of the IS "Beatles", should not be sent to Guantanamo Bay, a government minister says.

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Winter Olympics: Elise Christie qualifies for 500m short-track quarter-finals

British short-track skater Elise Christie qualifies for Tuesday's 500m quarter-finals after winning her opening heat in Pyeongchang.

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Jasmine Forrester: Stabbed girl's dad 'utterly devastated'

Jasmine Forrester, 11, who died on Friday, is described as a "shining star" by her father Simeon.

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Gerry Adams to hand over Sinn Féin leadership to Mary Lou McDonald

Gerry Adams is to step down as Sinn Féin leader after 35 years, to be replaced by Mary Lou McDonald.

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John McDonnell: Labour public ownership plan will cost nothing

It wants services such as water put in the hands of workers - which the Tories say would cost billions.

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Borth Wildlife Animal Kingdom reopens after lynx deaths

A court case is still due to be held in April over keeping certain dangerous animals.

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Ex-Celtic & Man Utd player Miller dies at 36

Former Celtic, Manchester United and Republic of Ireland midfielder Liam Miller dies at the age of 36.

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Man arrested as pick-up truck hits Woodborough house

A 21-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of drink driving after the crash.

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Rohingya crisis: Boris Johnson to visit refugee camp

Boris Johnson says Myanmar must find a safe and dignified way for Rohingya Muslims to return home.

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