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Which celebrity is more dangerous to search for than Cheryl?
Australian actor Hugh Jackson talks about the upcoming England v Australia rugby World Cup game.
Author Patrick Ness is writing a new Doctor Who spin-off series aimed at young adults, to be broadcast on BBC Three next year.
Russia has defended its air strikes in Syria saying it targets the same "terrorists" as the US-led coalition.
A series of emergency calls has been made public, showing how events unfolded at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, in which at least 13 people were shot dead.
Liverpool continue a stuttering start to their Europa League campaign by drawing with FC Sion at Anfield.
An Israeli couple have been shot dead while driving in the West Bank, the Israeli military says, amid rising tensions.
Wigan Warriors comfortably defeat Huddersfield Giants to reach Super League's Grand Final for a third successive year.
Celtic surrender a two-goal lead as Fenerbahce fight back to claim a first point in Europa League Group A.
A widow threatened with prosecution over her son missing school after his father was killed by a drink-driver is told she will not face legal action.
A teenager is the third person to be arrested over an attack on a pregnant woman in south London after which she lost her baby.
Wales captain Sam Warburton says the 23-13 World Cup win over Fiji was one of the hardest games of his career.
A North Yorkshire plant that prints telephone directories is set to close, with the loss of 200 jobs.
Autonomy's founder Mike Lynch hits back at Hewlett-Packard with a $150m counter-claim in their long-running legal dispute.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov defends his country's air strikes in Syria, saying they target the same militants as the US-led coalition.
As England prepares to introduce a charge for plastic bags, Science Editor David Shukman reports on the possible threat to the food chain, by the plastics broken down into tiny fragments in our oceans.
Tottenham concede a late goal to draw against a poor Monaco side in the group stages of the Europa League.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho should have apologised to ex-club doctor Eva Carneiro, says FA chairman Greg Dyke.
Pluto's major moon, Charon, takes centre stage in this week's release of new pictures from the New Horizons mission.
Gen Gilbert Diendere - the leader of last month's short-lived coup in Burkina Faso - is now in the custody of the country's security forces, sources say.