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The two were responsible for watching over Epstein in prison on the night he killed himself.
- Julian Assange: Sweden drops rape investigation
Prosecutors drop a rape inquiry into Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who is in custody in the UK.
- Caruana Galizia murder: Malta suspect may get pardon
An alleged money launderer is suspected of being involved in the killing of Daphne Caruana Galizia.
- Old age: Why 70 may be the new 65
Experts say health and life expectancy gains mean it is time to rethink how we measure and define being elderly.
- President Trump dismisses speculation about his health
President Donald Trump criticises the media speculation of his visit on Saturday.
- US and Australian hostages freed in Taliban prisoner swap
Two professors are freed in exchange for three top Taliban prisoners to try to reboot peace talks.
- Internet fraud: Nigerian scammer 'pulls off $1m heist' from prison
Officials say Hope Olusegun Aroke was able to visit hotels and functions while in a police hospital.
- Iran protests: UN fears dozens of people have been killed
Some sources have indicated about 200 people may have died since the protests erupted on Friday.
- Prince Andrew: Standard Chartered bank cuts ties with duke's scheme
Standard Chartered says it is not renewing sponsorship of Pitch@Palace for "commercial reasons".
- Stowaways found in refrigerated container bound for UK
At least 26 stowaways are found in a refrigerated container on a ferry bound to the UK from the Netherlands.
- Tottenham sack manager Mauricio Pochettino after five years in charge
Tottenham sack manager Mauricio Pochettino after five years in charge of the club.
- Jamie Oliver to expand restaurants abroad after UK collapse
The celebrity chef's group says franchisees plan to open 21 restaurants by the end of 2020.
- Hong Kong protests: A city's identity crisis
Meet the Hongkongers, mainlanders and families being torn apart by the fight for Hong Kong's identity.
- LGBT refugees: Life in Kenya after fleeing Uganda
Mbazira Moses and his friends are trying to rebuild their lives after fleeing anti-gay discrimination.
- World Toilet Day: The lives of Indian sanitation workers
Photographs of the working lives of sanitation workers in India.
- Golden State Warriors' Chase Center: Behind-the-scenes
Radio 1 Newsbeat give you a AAA pass at Golden State Warriors' new home.
- Watchmen creator Alan Moore: Modern superhero culture is embarrassing
One of the greatest comic book writers says it's embarrassing for adults to like superheroes.
- Justice League: Stars call for the #SnyderCut
Stars of the movie Justice League want an alternative edit to be released.
- Lion removed from house opposite school in Lagos, Nigeria
The creature was reportedly being used to guard a house in the Nigerian city of Lagos.
- Children fish WW2 ammo from pond with magnet
The children, in eastern Germany, got more than they bargained for from their fishing expedition.
- US policy shift reduces chances of Mid-East peace deal
The way forward is even less clear after the Trump administration's move, says Barbara Plett Usher.
- Should workers be allowed to nap at work?
The US government has issued a directive banning sleeping at work. But sleep experts say they should reconsider.
- Was Taylor Swift really banned from playing her hits?
Taylor's label can't stop her performing her own songs. The problem comes when she puts them online.
- How China plans to lead the computer chip industry
China wants to end its dependence on imported computer chips, but experts says it will struggle.
- Why Google Stadia is a 'leap forward' for gaming, according to its boss
The tech giant's boss Phil Harrison believes its new service Stadia is a "leap forward" for gaming.