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A seven-year-old is among thousands of children searched by police officers in Wales.
Soldiers should have been prosecuted for killing civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan, insiders say.
Most of the papers focus on the Duke of York's BBC interview which aired on Saturday evening.
The Duke of York does not regret Epstein friendship, writes BBC royal correspondent Jonny Dymond.
The prince tells the BBC he has "no recollection" of meeting a US woman who says she was forced to have sex with him.
Northern Ireland's slim hopes of qualifying automatically for the Euro 2020 finals are over as they draw 0-0 with the Netherlands in Belfast.
The result was announced at Sinn Féin's annual conference, which took place this year in Londonderry.
The councils making the most money from parking are mainly in London, the RAC Foundation says.
Greater Manchester's mayor is to talk to the prime minister in the wake of the major blaze in Bolton.
Calls grow for an inquiry into claims Brexit Party candidates were offered Lords seats to step aside.


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