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Jules Bianchi remains "critical but stable" in hospital, nearly four weeks after he crashed at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Police will exhume remains from a communal grave in north Wales in a bid to solve a missing person case dating back to 1978.
The Royal Navy's casualty ship RFA Argus has arrived in Sierra Leone to help to tackle the Ebola crisis.
Giles Dilnot guides viewers towards some Westminster spirits they may want to investigate, or avoid, over Halloween.
BBC News looks at how the battle against Ebola has become a political football - in 60 seconds.
Want to invest in gold, but think you cannot afford it? The Royal Mint has announced that a series of new, smaller, gold coins is now on sale.
Africans unimpressed with TV chef's take on a classic
Indian police are hunting for thieves who tunnelled into a bank and fled with valuables worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Are plans to link health and social care as good as they sound?
A US nurse who returned from treating patients in Sierra Leone defies a voluntary quarantine order, leaving her house in Maine for a bike ride.
UK ship RFA Argus, which is carrying medical supplies, equipment and vehicles, arrives in Sierra Leone to help deal with the deadly Ebola outbreak.
Prince Harry meets supporters of the British Legion's London Poppy Day Appeal at Buckingham Palace.
US attempts to have director Roman Polanski arrested for sex offences while visiting Poland fail.
A soldier is convicted of murdering his comrade in an attack at their barracks.
Health service cuts in Northern Ireland may mean more than 100 fewer hospital beds and some wards closing at the weekend.
Scientists and government officials are meeting in Copenhagen to edit a report on the causes, impact and solutions to global warming.
Sam Burgess will be tried in different positions by Bath after making the switch from rugby league to union.
The US economy grew at an annual rate of 3.5% in the third quarter, a better figure than economists were expecting.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has publicly acknowledged his sexuality saying he made his announcement to help others struggling with their identity.