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The film initially caused outrage - but now the tourism board sees it as the perfect marketing tool.
The viral image has raised questions about the conservation impact on the animal native to Indonesia.
Watford striker Andre Gray and young Wolves defender Michael Agboola discuss generational differences, mental health, the rise of social media and how racism has changed over the years.
One shop worker tells us he wants to find a new job because of customers who don't wear masks.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday morning.
The watchdog Ofcom says the move should encourage more people to switch and save money.
Dozens more were injured in the attack during a class in the city of Peshawar, police say.
Doctors say Covid-19 is now rampant in the refugee camps of Idlib, north-west Syria.
Paris St-Germain & Canada star Jordyn Huitema, 19, talks upbringing, respect for the women's game & "bad" Alphonso Davies chat-up lines.
The bank is yet to say if it will shed more jobs beyond the 35,000 it flagged earlier this year.
A tale of two sports, two black pioneers and two very different outcomes.
Police are investigating the incident, which saw a cyclist taken to hospital.
Many parents have to take part by phone - and some cannot follow what's happening, a survey suggests.
More than 700 teachers in north-west England tested positive for Covid in mid-October, data shows.
A judge quashed a decision which would force them to stop living on the land they own.
Northern areas hit hardest by Covid restrictions risk being "left behind", a letter to the PM warns.
Figures show reported transphobic hate crimes almost trebling in London in the past nine years.
The Cheshire town is the latest area to be moved into the top tier of Covid-19 restrictions.
Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson would support such a move if it meant halting coronavirus's spread.
Labour's review says ethnic minorities are "over-exposed" and have worse healthcare than white people.