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The boy, aged 15, is charged with the murder of Baptista Adjei outside a busy London shopping centre.
The papers look ahead to a key week for UK-EU relations and respond to Eliud Kipchoge's achievement.
Anne Sacoolas breaks her silence as UK and US officials say diplomatic immunity no longer applies.
A group of young people have decided to wash off hateful words and graffiti from walls in their local area.
Amina Art Ansari, whose paintings hang in Windsor Castle, has set up an art studio in Islamabad where she uses art therapy to help her students.
NI should remain in a UK customs union "full stop" and the PM "knows it very well", says Nigel Dodds.
Two other boys aged 14 and 15 were injured in the incident.
Lezley Marion Cameron's expenses accounted for almost a quarter of the taxi bill for Edinburgh councillors.
The former Paralympian James Brown is accused of climbing on to the aircraft.
Tata Steel announced it was closing the site after failing to find a buyer with 380 jobs at risk.
"Technical discussions" are going on after the PM suggested there is a "pathway to a possible deal".
Workers on Merseyrail plan to hold nine strikes on every Saturday in November and December.
A worker and a member of the public are praised for helping to stop a stabbing in Manchester.
An ex-Army chief is 'disappointed' over reports a proposed law will be left out of the monarch's address.
BBC Radio 2 reveals the UK's most popular records of the 2000s, to mark National Album Day.
The former West Bromwich Albion and England forward, who died last year, was an inspiration to black players.
The County Donegal man is charged with the murders of two UDR soldiers in a bomb attack in 1972.
Animal Rebellion claim about 200 protesters demonstrated at Billingsgate Fish Market.
The family of Harry Dunn are to travel to the US on Sunday to speak with the media and politicians.
Rescuers used ropes to help three others to safety while the woman was airlifted to hospital.