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Turkey insists that it cannot remain idle during the fight to drive militants from so-called Islamic State from the Iraqi city of Mosul.
Actor Mark Rylance explains why he is unlikely to perform at the RSC while BP remains among its sponsors.
The UK is to send about 30 soldiers to join the Nato force in Kosovo next year, Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon says.
An 1846 short story about a horrific revenge is perhaps the unlikeliest social media trend of the moment.
The Netflix drama, Narcos, about the infamous Colombian drug trafficker Pablo Escobar, cites a shocking statistic on the human cost of the drugs trade. But is it true?
What is it like being a midwife specialising in baby deaths?
Tattoo parlour boss and cosmetics entrepreneur Kat Von D shares her CEO Secrets.
Town hall bosses call for urgent talks with the government on how they could rapidly build homes where they are needed.
Claims of a royal row over the future role of Prince Andrew's daughters and reports banks are set to relocate after the Brexit vote attract headlines on Sunday.
Armed police spend a second night locked in a stand-off with a man thought to be in possession of "dangerous items".
Theo Leggett looks at the case for expanding both Heathrow and Gatwick airports
BBC Newsnight's Gabriel Gatehouse reports from Youngstown, Ohio on the appeal of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
The My Shop series visits Ziferblat in Manchester, a kind of cafe that charges you six pence a minute for the time you spend there.
A look at some of the events in the world of entertainment and arts over the past week, including Little Mix, Anna Kendrick and the new Voice UK coaches.
British Olympic champion Katie Archibald wins omnium gold to earn her second title at the European Track Championships in Paris.
Counter-terror police investigating the discovery of a suspicious item on a Tube train are granted a warrant to hold a man for further questioning.
Heavy clashes are reported in the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo soon after a three-day ceasefire ended late on Saturday.
The first group of vulnerable migrant children without relatives in the UK are brought to Britain from Calais under the so-called Dubs amendment.
A key which opened a life jacket locker on the Titanic sells for £85,000.
Donald Trump outlines what he would do in his first 100 days if became president, including moves to start deporting up to two million people.