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Philippe Coutinho scores twice to give Jurgen Klopp a first league win as Liverpool boss and pile the pressure on Jose Mourinho.
The traveller community has been showcasing its culture at an event in Belfast City Hall.
Leigh Griffiths scores twice as Celtic sweep Aberdeen aside to stretch their lead at the top of the Premiership.
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World number five Petra Kvitova will meet world number six Agnieszka Radwanska in the final of the WTA Finals in Singapore.
Ceramic poppies which formed part of an art display at the Tower of London last year are being resold online for up to £350 each.
Romania's president says safety regulations seem to have been ignored in a Bucharest nightclub where a fire killed 27 people on Friday night.
A football club officially celebrates becoming vegan after dropping cows' milk from its hot drinks options.
A number of people are injured in a "serious" crash between a car and a bus in North Ayrshire.
Actor Al Molinaro, who starred as diner owner Al Delvecchio in sitcom Happy Days, dies at the age of 96.
Mikael Robertsson from the flight tracking service Flight Radar 24 outlines what could have happened to Russian airliner Flight KGL9268 after the plane left Sharm el-Sheikh.
The BBC National Orchestra of Wales performs in the Welsh-speaking area of Patagonia for the first time on a trip marking 150 years since Welsh settlers moved there.
It is a sport once considered so distracting that Henry VIII banned it for leading people into wicked ways.
A whopping pumpkin "heavier than two baby elephants" scoops the North of England growing competition.
A Russian airliner has crashed in central Sinai with more than 200 people on board, the office of Egypt's prime minister has confirmed.
How Cairo Santos gave up his football dreams to become the first Brazilian in the NFL - and overcame tragedy along the way.
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World champion Lewis Hamilton says he plans to finish his career with Mercedes and will sign one more contract with the team.
A huge, steaming pile of rubbish is making life miserable for the residents of the village of Great Heck, in North Yorkshire.
Great Britain's women take bronze in the Track World Cup team pursuit in Colombia despite Elinor Barker's illness.