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A woman who wrote a blog about her battle with terminal cancer dies the day before her wedding.
Nico Rosberg sets the pace as Lewis Hamilton hits trouble in second practice at the Singapore Grand Prix.
Dealing with the immediate result of the Brexit referendum produced Mark Carney's "toughest day" in his job, the Bank of England governor says.
Three-time world champion Paul Blake wins Great Britain's 50th gold of the Rio Paralympics with victory in the T36 400m.
Prince William was one of several people to help the Queen's representative in Essex when he appeared to slip and fall on a wet pavement.
The latest wave of free schools approved to open in England include one run by Saracens Rugby Club.
UKIP MEP Diane James wins party leadership contest to succeed Nigel Farage.
Police officers are getting on bikes to spot motorists who drive too close to cyclists while overtaking.
As two young drivers are jailed for causing the deaths of two men in Bradford, BBC News examines the case for and against a review of sentencing for such crimes.
Mike Phelan says he has been offered the manager's job at Hull City, having served as caretaker boss since July.
Film studio 20th Century Fox teams up with the American Film Institute (AFI) for a scheme to find more women to direct major movies.
On Thursday evening Donald Trump appeared on NBC's "The Tonight Show" where host Jimmy Fallon asked to ruffle the Presidential candidate's hair
Toddler Ben Needham, who went missing on a Greek Island 25 years ago, may have been crushed to death by a digger, campaigners are told.
Joao Maia is a visually impaired photographer capturing the Paralympic Games.
Some of those competing in the Paralympic Games in Rio have come to sport after suffering in armed conflicts, as Julia Carneiro explains.
Thunderstorms and flash flooding have caused travel chaos in parts of England, as commuters have been warned by the Met Office of worse to come. The stormy conditions brought an abrupt end to the heatwave, which saw the hottest day of the year recorded on Tuesday.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney answers quick-fire questions from schoolchildren about his likes and dislikes.