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People living in Roman Britain had healthier gums than their modern-day descendants, a feat of archaeological dentistry shows.
Russell Brand speaks to Newsnight about his "alternative to corporate hegemony".
A new art gallery showing major works of art from Spain's "golden age" is to open in a former bank in Bishop Auckland, County Durham.
The handling of a police raid at the home of veteran pop star Sir Cliff Richard is described as inept by the Commons Home Affairs Committee.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says Erik Lamela's Europa League wonder-strike was the best goal scored by one of his players.
Computer workstations, electronic signature pads and free wi-fi are rolling out across UK job centres.
Why big-eyed droids are cause for concern
Mali says a two-year-old girl - believed to have recently visited Guinea - becomes the country's first person to be infected by the deadly virus.
Council leaders call for a more "common-sense approach" to term-time holidays.
A wartime MI5 agent who secretly penetrated the ranks of the UK's Nazi sympathisers has been identified as an unassuming suburban bank clerk, new files show.
The US returns about 20 ancient Peruvian artefacts - some more than 1,800 years old - that had been looted from pro-Columbian graves.
Prime Minister David Cameron pledges an extra £80m of aid for the fight against the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
BBC Sport's football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Towie star Mark Wright and his Strictly Come Dancing partner Karen Hauer.
Boss Roberto Martinez says he is "immensely proud" as up to 10,000 fans Everton travel to watch the 0-0 draw with Lille.
A demand by the European Union that the UK should pay it an extra £1.7bn leads many papers, along with reaction to the Ottawa shootings.
A Sinn Féin minister says Maíria Cahill, the woman who claims she was raped as a teenager and later interrogated by the IRA, should meet with the party's leader Gerry Adams.
Alex Salmond says he has not made up his mind whether or not to stand for a Westminster seat at the next general election.
Microsoft reports a fall in profits as a result of the cost of job cuts and its purchase of Nokia's smartphone business earlier this year but rising revenue cheers investors.
A collection of art by a master forger whose work fooled dealers and galleries around the world sells at auction for more than £50,000.
Wada and UCI will appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport after Czech cyclist Roman Kreuziger is cleared of doping offences.