Caroline Flack's family have released an unpublished Instagram post that they say she wrote shortly before she died.
It came ahead of the inquest into the death of the former Love Island host, which opened on Wednesday.
Hundreds of passengers who tested negative for the new coronavirus have begun leaving a
Low-skilled workers would not get visas under post-Brexit immigration plans unveiled by the government.
It is urging employers to "move away" from relying on "cheap labour" from Europe and invest in
Boeing's crisis-hit 737 Max jetliner faces a new potential safety issue as debris has been found in the fuel tanks of several new planes which were in storage, awaiting delivery to airlines.
The head of Boeing's 737 programme has told employees that the discovery was "absolutely
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) has filed for bankruptcy protection in a move that the group says will allow it to build a compensation fund for sex abuse victims.
Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg will take part in a nomination debate for the first time on Wednesday, his campaign confirmed.
Ukraine says its troops on the eastern front line have come under heavy shelling during a rebel attack, with one soldier killed and four wounded.
A Danish court is due to deliver its verdict in the case of a woman accused of stealing 117 million Danish kroner (£13m; $17m) of government funding.
Jordan has condemned a decision by Israel to advance a plan to build a railway line and station underneath the heart of Jerusalem's Old City.
Health officials in China have published the first details of more than 44,000 cases of Covid-19, in the biggest study since the outbreak began.
Ever wondered why your village was suddenly flooded by a thunderstorm the weather forecasters hadn't mentioned?
Or why they failed to warn you about the dense fog shrouding your home in the morning?
Municipal elections in the Dominican Republic were suspended four hours after voting began due to a problem with the electronic voting system.
Two law-enforcement agencies have distanced themselves from a poster about children and cyber-crime widely mocked online.
It suggested the police should be alerted if a child was found using programs popular with cyber-security
Armed robbers in Hong Kong made off with hundreds of toilet rolls worth more than HKD1,000 ($130; £98). Toilet rolls are currently in short supply in Hong Kong
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