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The mayor of the Mexican town of Iguala, who left the town after 43 protesting students went missing amid clashes, is impeached by the state congress.
Do US presidents carry cash around with them?
Frank Gehry's "cloud of glass", otherwise known as the Louis Vuitton Foundation, has finally been unveiled in Paris.
Scottish and UK ministers continue to argue over more Scottish Parliament powers, exactly one month on from the independence referendum.
MPs call for an urgent investigation into allegations files relating to the Rotherham child sex abuse scandal went missing.
UK planning experts are to advise Chinese mayors on the benefits of building environmentally friendly cities.
Charges over an alleged terror plot in London and a variety of health stories occupy many of the front pages of Saturday's papers.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge suffers a calf strain in training and is facing a further four weeks out.
The X-37B, a US plane on a secretive, two-year mission to space has returned to Earth and landed in California.
The Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff says she is in good health after a bout of dizziness at the end of a TV debate with her opponent Aecio Neves.
British police officers are to travel to Thailand to help investigate the murders of David Miller and Hannah Witheridge.
Poor communication and incompetent staff meant the World Health Organization failed to react swiftly Ebola outbreak in Africa, reports say.
Relatives of two Britons killed by Islamic State release a joint letter calling for "acts of unity" to help defeat the "hateful" militants.
Ascot prepares for Britain's richest raceday on Saturday, with Cirrus Des Aigles set to take his career earnings past £6m.
Labour will pledge that by 2020 no-one in England need wait more than a week for cancer tests and results if it is in power.
Hostage David Haines's brother Michael has paid tribute to the aid worker who was killed last month.
How the cost of learning to drive can mount up
First Minister Peter Robinson sets out ways that he believes would make the government's welfare changes more acceptable in Northern Ireland.
Will deal with Boko Haram bring back the girls?
Harlequins kick off the inaugural European Rugby Champions Cup with a solid win against French side Castres in Pool Two.