The coroner examined whether the UK government and travel firms failed to protect British tourists.
A government-backed review says greater openness on race and pay could help stamp out inequality.
The move is part of a fresh wave of industrial action announced by officers in England and Wales.
There were 23,000 allegations of abuse by care workers in people's homes between 2013 and 2016.
Hens have been kept in barns for weeks under emergency measures to limit the spread of bird flu.
There is no screening programme for the disease, so patients say it would be of "enormous benefit".
An almighty row has broken out over who should control access to all the data your new car generates.
How does HMP Berwyn - which can hold 2,106 inmates - compare with to prisons?
Why women who are young, apparently healthy and often pregnant, suffer unexpected heart attacks.
With just over two weeks to go before the Dutch election, the anti-Islam politician is still leading the polls.
One man recalls how he risked his life to help victims of the terror attack in Sousse.
As India is about to release its latest economic growth numbers, BBC News looks at why two-wheelers are seen as a barometer of the economy.
It will have 7,000 signs that explain words used in academic and routine conversations.
Huge numbers of draughty homes could stop it meeting emissions targets by 2050, a report says.
How choosing music over university paid off for singer-songwriter Joel Tan, aka Gentle Bones.
Donald Trump has the chance for a reset during his address to the Joint Session of Congress.
A police chief says the system has reached "saturation point" due to increasing reports of sexual abuse.
The US rocket company says the customers have already paid for the flight planned for late 2018.
Whitehall departments are told to come up with ways to save up to a further 6% by 2020.
Match of the Day 2 pundit Dietmar Hamann says Leicester's 3-1 victory over Liverpool shows that the club made the "right decision" to sack manager Claudio Ranieri.