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The man and the boy who saved each other from the waves
England boss Roy Hodgson questions the FA's decision to allow an NFL game at Wembley six days before his side host Slovenia.
Were the US mid-terms Hillary Clinton's dry run for 2016?
Nicola Sturgeon pledges to be "the most accessible first minister ever" when she takes over from Alex Salmond.
Old and new craftsmen go head to head
The Northern Ireland Executive says it remains determined to deliver on its commitment to build the new training college for the police, fire and prison service.
How a decrypted German telegram intended for Mexico pushed the United States into World War One and prompted a wave of hostility on the US-Mexico border.
How Ivory Coast is tackling its old phone problem
Reports Labour MPs are questioning Ed Miliband's leadership, a 'cannibal murder' in south Wales, and a new Band Aid song make front page headlines.
An inquiry into the Home Office's handling of child sex abuse claims in the 1980s has failed to uncover any of the missing documents that prompted the probe, BBC Newsnight learns.
French President Francois Hollande tells a TV audience he will not seek re-election in 2017 if he fails to cut unemployment.
A public dispute arises over which US commando fired the shot that killed Osama Bin Laden, more than three years after the al-Qaeda leader's death.
Eurozone ministers move towards agreeing a new credit line for Greece as it prepares to exit its bailout at the end of the year.
Lewis Hamilton on the legacy of Ayrton Senna in Brazil, double points in the final GP and the prospect of a "first" world title.
The West Indies Cricket Board asks the Board of Control for Cricket in India for an agreement over its demand for £26.2m.
US retail giant Home Depot says hackers stole 53 million email addresses earlier this year, in addition to millions of payment-card details.
Bank of America sets aside $400m due to rising litigation costs associated with a probe into currency rigging at the bank.
David Cameron faces warnings from three leaders of Scandinavian countries over his plans to limit EU migration.
David Cameron has been warned repeatedly by some fellow European leaders not to try to change the rules on freedom of movement within the EU.
The hospital in Prague which treated Ashya King, the young boy recovering from a brain tumour, confirms he has received no chemotherapy - an important part of his original treatment plan.