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England manager Roy Hodgson says there will be no complacency from his team when they take on Estonia in their Euro 2016 qualifier on Sunday.
Ex-England cricket boss David Collier has dismissed allegations of bullying made in Kevin Pietersen's autobiography.
A pumpkin weighing 1,884lb (854kg) wins a contest in Southampton.
A haul of Viking treasure is unearthed from a field in south west Scotland by an amateur using a metal detector.
A small bomb explodes after being thrown inside a van in Londonderry early on Sunday.
Bolivians are heading to the polls, with left-wing President Evo Morales bidding for a third term in office.
A pair of Queen Victoria's silk bloomers with a 52 in waist are auctioned in Kent.
The government is at risk of promising "stuff that doesn't really make any sense" in its plans to prevent Ebola reaching the UK, London Mayor Boris Johnson says.
A man who was beaten with a hammer in his home in south Belfast is treated for head injuries.
Fatal motorcycle accidents in parts of rural Wales have increased dramatically compared with last year, figures show.
The body of a suspected bicycle thief who fled from police is recovered from a harbour.
Pipe bombs, 500kg of fertiliser and home-made explosives packs were among items found during a search of a farm in County Fermanagh, police have said.
Hong Kong's Chief Executive CY Leung insists China will not change its mind on 2017 elections and says protests have "spun out of control".
Labour understands public concerns about the "downsides" of immigration and will toughen its approach, deputy leader Harriet Harman says.
A Texas health care worker who treated US victim Thomas Duncan has tested positive for Ebola, officials say.
Police chief of Iraq's Anbar province, scene of offensive by Islamic State, is killed by one of series of car bombs.
A man dies in hospital following an incident in Cardiff on Saturday afternoon.
Around 300,000 people have left their homes on India's south-eastern coast hours as Cyclone Hudhud hits land.
A number of events are due to take place in Brighton and Hove later to mark the 30th anniversary of the IRA bombing of The Grand Hotel.
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