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Aaron McKenzie stabbed Kelly Fauvrelle, who was 33 weeks pregnant, 21 times while she slept.
The airline halts flights for the next two weeks after the Scottish government left Spain off the quarantine exemption list.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Friday evening.
A whistleblower in Leicester says demand for cheap clothing left workers exposed to Covid-19.
Inquiry into care by NHS trust is now assessing about 1,500 cases, the BBC learns.
It comes after a leaked report into events at the crematorium says fewer than 30 mourners were present.
Pilots say the airline will include sick days when assessing job losses - a claim EasyJet rejects.
Libraries kept in touch with customers via various acts of kindness as the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Micheál Martin says he stands over advice that warns against travel off the island of Ireland.
Wales had been the only part of the UK not to set a date for the reopening of indoor hospitality.