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Sunderland appoint former West Ham and Newcastle boss Sam Allardyce as manager on a two-year contract.
Hugh Scully, who presented the BBC's Antiques Roadshow for 19 years, and before that Nationwide, dies at the age of 72.
Dundee United have an approach to hold discussions with John Hughes rejected by Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
The US is to stop efforts to train new Syrian rebel forces and says it will shift to providing equipment and weapons to existing forces.
A flaw in thousands of Netgear routers has been exploited by hackers, according to a security researcher.
Gordon Honeycombe, the face of ITN news between 1965 and 1977, dies in Australia aged 79.
Justin Bieber becomes only the fourth music artist in UK history to have the same single to hit number one on three separate occasions.
BBC News looks at how it is possible for Ebola survivors to contract the virus again.
Footage of spectacular waterspouts filmed off the coast of Dalian, has been broadcast on Chinese TV.
A man accused of murdering PC Dave Phillips accepts his driving caused the death, but said he did not intend to kill him.
The London market has its eighth straight day of gains, with miners leading the way after Glencore says it is slashing its zinc production.
Pilsners, pop-up bars and a love of Patrik Berger - the day Euro '96 finalists the Czech Republic played at Bamber Bridge.
A guide to the key players pushing for a referendum vote for the UK to leave the EU.
Westminster's standards watchdog will not be investigating allegations surrounding property deals linked to the MP Michelle Thomson.
A "chain of failures" led to the death of a mother who jumped off a cliff with her four-day-old baby, a coroner rules.
Newsnight's Duncan Weldon looks the global macroeconomic implications of a changing demographics which could mean rising interest rates, faster wage growth and falling inequality.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said that he will join the Privy Council "at a alter date" after missing its first meeting since his appointment.
An Indian domestic servant said her Saudi employer "cut off her arm" when she was trying to escape, having been locked in.
From Giant's Causeway to Lulworth Cove - the Geological Society of London announces the winners of its photo competition celebrating the 100 Great Geosites of the UK and Ireland.
The woman accused of murdering Becky Watts was teased by her estranged mother about kidnapping the teenager, a jury hears.