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Tropical storm Fung-Wong brings flooding, heavy rains and high winds to the Philippines, forcing some 200,000 people from their homes.
Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman says all-female candidate shortlists are the only way to stop Parliament being "male-dominated".
Thousands of sailors are set to break the world record for the largest sailing race in the world in memory of Olympian Andrew Simpson.
A rare negative of the movie star Marilyn Monroe, taken during her first professional photo shoot, is sold at auction in Devizes.
Base jumpers from around the world have been competing in Anshun city in China's Guizhou province.
Police investigating "ugly scenes" in Glasgow's George Square following the "No" vote in Scotland's referendum say there will be further arrests.
The UK government is to provide £12m to help France tackle the problem of illegal immigrants trying to enter Britain from Calais.
Turkey says more than 45,000 Syrians have crossed the border in 24 hours, as hundreds of Kurds head the other way to fight Islamic State militants.
Clashes between Yemen's Houthis and Sunni militias continue in the capital, Sanaa, killing four people and injuring three, reports say.
Lewis Hamilton beats team-mate Nico Rosberg to pole by a tiny fraction in a thrilling qualifying session in Singapore.
GB sailors Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark win 470 bronze at the World Championships to book a place at the Olympics.
A brawl involving up to 500 youths broke out in Blackpool resulting in three officers being injured, police say.
New Zealand's governing National Party has won an emphatic victory in general elections, near-complete results show.
Fears of violence grow even as Yemen rivals seek peace deal
Paratroops from Europe and the US have completed parachute jumps in the Netherlands to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem.
Newsnight's Andrew Neil grills Chuka Umunna MP, Shadow Business Secretary, on Labour's plans for England following the Scottish referendum.
Two Britons detained in Qatar after investigating the treatment of migrant workers there fly back to the UK.
More than 6,000,000 people are spending a second day under curfew as the country struggles to halt the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.
Paratroops from Europe and the US are staging parachute jumps in the Netherlands to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem.
Worcester racecourse says it will thoroughly investigate a beer can being thrown at champion jockey AP McCoy on Friday.