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The virus doesn't usually spread easily and the risk to the UK population is low, officials say.
As prices rise to a 40-year high, BBC News NI hears from families struggling to make ends meet.
The operator apologised for cutting a third of trains and blamed an ongoing shortage of drivers.
British citizen Alaa Abdel Fattah's prison conditions are "inhumane", the foreign secretary is told.
David Varlow, 78, died of a heart attack after being bound with a phone cord during a burglary.
A tugboat hit the Mersey Ferries landing stage in Liverpool and also collided with a rescue boat.
Speaker Lindsay Hoyle also warns MPs against naming the Tory politician, who was arrested on Tuesday.
Justice Secretary Dominic Raab has stopped David Norris from moving to a lower-security jail.
Danny Humble was killed after a gang of youths joked he looked like one of the stars, a court hears.
History hunters traced the American Air Force tag to a family in Illinois through Facebook.