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  BBC Sport profiles Germany midfielder Dzsenifer Marozsan, a nominee for the BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2018 award.
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  BBC Sport looks back at David Beckham's superb free-kick against Colombia at the 1998 World Cup in France - his first goal for England.
  Cubeyou denies that data collected through quizzes on the social media site was misused for marketing.
  The pair will walk together to the Peace House for historic talks addressing hostilities on the peninsula.
  The home secretary denies claims staff are told to remove a number of illegal migrants each month.
  The government has been facing pressure from Brexiteers and was defeated in the House of Lords.
  The US rapper says he and the president share "dragon energy" and calls Mr Trump his "brother".
  Our fat calculator has thrown up a range of questions from people on body mass index.
  Even primary-school-age children are capable of rape, the mother of a victim discovered.
  Drugs are being widely used - but student leaders warn against fines and punishment.
  Research estimates that every £1 spent on one-to-one counselling could earn a societal return of £6.20.
  Taking women's health awareness across Nigeria, on a motorbike.
  Up to two million people in England take anticholinergics, for depression and Parkinson's disease.
  Top surgeon and ex-minister makes prediction as government considers long-term funding plan.
  Runner Salah Ameidan takes part in the Sahara Marathon every year - it's the closest he can get to his family, who live in territory governed by Morocco.
  The talks are unlikely to rid Pyongyang of its nuclear weapons but could bring the countries closer.
  A Singaporean magician explains how he ended up performing in a Pyongyang arts festival.
  How one school is bridging the gap between divided communities in Israel.
  Japan's cherry blossom festival is a short-lived spring experience that draws millions of visitors.
  Mental health and avoiding exclusion are among reasons given for removing children from classrooms.
  The images, which were taken before the NHS was founded in 1948, are discovered in an archive.
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