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  1. More than 80 dead in Ankara blasts

    Two explosions at a peace rally in the Turkish capital Ankara kill at least 86 people, with the pro-Kurdish HDP party saying it was targeted.
  2. Former chancellor Geoffrey Howe dies

    Former chancellor Geoffrey Howe, a key figure in Margaret Thatcher's Conservative government in the 1980s, dies after a suspected heart attack.
  3. Ten die in Irish travellers' site fire

    Ten people, including a number of children, die in a fire at a travellers' site in Carrickmines in County Dublin.
  4. North Korea 'ready to defend itself'

    North Korea's Kim Jong-un says his country could defend itself in any war started by the US, at a mass rally to mark the 70th anniversary of its ruling party.
  5. Sainz unhurt after Russian GP crash

    Toro Rosso driver Carlos Sainz escapes serious injury after a nasty accident at the Russian Grand Prix.
  6. Bomb found in Derry hotel grounds

    Police say a suspicious object found in the grounds of a hotel in Londonderry on Friday was a bomb.
  7. Palestinian teenager stabs two Israelis

    Israeli officials say two Israelis were stabbed in Jerusalem by a Palestinian teenager who is later shot dead by police, amid an ongoing surge in violence.
  8. Russia and US to hold Syria air talks

    Russia will hold more talks with the US on air safety during the two countries' Syrian bombing campaigns, says the Pentagon.
  9. Ex-M&S boss to lead pro-EU campaign

    Lord Stuart Rose, ex-chief executive of M&S, says leaving the EU would be a "leap into the unknown", as he becomes leader of the In Campaign.
  10. Singer-songwriter Jim Diamond dies

    Glasgow-born singer-songwriter Jim Diamond, who had hits including I Should Have Known Better, has died aged 64.
  11. Actor LaBeouf arrested for being drunk

    Hollywood star Shia LaBeouf is arrested and charged with public drunkenness in the city of Austin, Texas, police say.
  12. VIDEO: Turkey blast: Footage shows explosion

    Mobile footage has captured the moment when one of the explosions happened.
  13. VIDEO: How can Ebola survivors get ill again?

    BBC News looks at how it is possible for Ebola survivors to contract the virus again.
  14. VIDEO: Former chancellor Howe dies

    A look back at the life of former Conservative Chancellor Geoffrey Howe, who has died aged 88.
  15. VIDEO: What are new National Lottery rules?

    As the UK National Lottery shakes up its rules, BBC News explains the changes and how it affects players.
  16. VIDEO: Beckham: Last goal in Dads v Teachers

    David Beckham admits he might not be at full match fitness because the last game he played in was in a 'Dads v Teachers' match.
  17. VIDEO: Roseburg: 'Leave us and our guns alone'

    Two people have died after two separate university shootings in Texas and Arizona, just hours apart.
  18. VIDEO: Fears of 'third intifada' in Middle East

    Fresh violence between Palestinians and Israelis has seen six Palestinians shot dead in Gaza, reports say, and a fresh spate of stabbings.
  19. VIDEO: Street harassment confronter stabbed

    Costa Ricans are celebrating a man for defending a woman in the street - but he has now been attacked.
  20. Still Europe's last dictator?

    Once dubbed "Europe's last dictator", Belarusian president, Alexander Lukashenko, is set to be re-elected for the fifth consecutive time.
  21. What's life like in Rio de Janeiro with a disability?

    Nikki Fox investigates what life is like for disabled people in Rio de Janeiro, one year before the Paralympic Games.
  22. Who are the EU out campaigners?

    A guide to the key players pushing for a referendum vote for the UK to leave the EU.
  23. What are the risks of Ebola recurring?

    Find out more about the after-effects of the Ebola virus and the risks of it returning in the 13,000 survivors of the most recent outbreak.
  24. 25p bet wins soldier £13.2m

    British soldier Jon Heywood has become an overnight multi-millionaire after betting 25p.
  25. Free eggs incentive for football fans

    A football club in Suffolk offers fans a free box of eggs in the hope of boosting attendance.
  26. Rosberg on pole position in Russia

    Lewis Hamilton is beaten to pole position by team-mate Nico Rosberg as Mercedes dominated qualifying at the Russian Grand Prix.
  27. Konta back to winning ways in Linz

    British number one Johanna Konta beats Anna Tatishvili of the USA in the first round of qualifying in Linz, Austria.
  28. Platini appeals against Fifa ban

    Uefa chief Michel Platini is appealing after Fifa banned him for 90 days while corruption claims are investigated.
  29. Wales v Australia (Sat)

    Wales face Australia in a World Cup Pool A decider on Saturday seeking their first win over the Wallabies in 10 Tests.
  30. Standard Chartered 'to cut 1,000 jobs'

    Standard Chartered bank, the London-based lender that makes most of its profit in Asia, could cut up to 1,000 senior jobs, according to a memo sent to staff.
  31. Russia hopes for Grand Prix boost

    Russia will take the Formula 1 centre stage this weekend in Sochi, and race organisers hope it can boost tourism and also fuel interest in motorsport.
  32. Obituary: Geoffrey Howe

    The Conservative cabinet minister whose resignation speech helped topple Margaret Thatcher.
  33. Parliament to review EU membership

    A review of the "costs and benefits" of the UK's EU membership is to be conducted by the Treasury Select Committee.
  34. Nurse in Ebola scare still 'serious'

    Nurse Pauline Cafferkey remains in a "serious condition" after being readmitted to the isolation unit where she was previously treated for Ebola.
  35. England's hospice ratings 'encouraging'

    More than 90% of England's hospices inspected so far have been rated as "good" or "outstanding", the care watchdog says.
  36. New super-size secondaries planned

    A wave of super-size secondary schools is being planned to cope with the rising demand for school places, a report says.
  37. MPs want better help for poorer pupils

    The Public Accounts Committee calls for more effective support for two million disadvantaged school pupils.
  38. Netgear router exploit detected

    A flaw in thousands of Netgear routers has been exploited by hackers, according to a security researcher.
  39. US groups want Experian hack probed

    Campaigners have questioned whether a hack at credit report company Experian could extend to 200 million customers.
  40. Digitising Yorkshire's savannah past

    Ancient bones from a North Yorkshire cave, including the remains of rhinos, bears and hyenas, are to be transformed into a digital museum.
  41. Geology photo contest names winners

    From Giant's Causeway to Lulworth Cove - the Geological Society of London announces the winners of its photo competition celebrating the 100 Great Geosites of the UK and Ireland.
  42. Bieber back on top in singles chart

    Justin Bieber becomes only the fourth music artist in UK history to have the same single to hit number one on three separate occasions.
  43. Former BBC presenter Hugh Scully dies

    Hugh Scully, who presented the BBC's Antiques Roadshow for 19 years, and before that Nationwide, dies at the age of 72.
  44. Riba Stirling Prize 2015: The Whitworth, University of Manchester

    How a century-old gallery let the sunshine in
  45. Which jobs could a 100-year-old do?

    Which jobs could a 100-year-old worker do?
  46. Week in pictures

    A selection of the best news photographs from around the world taken over the past week.
  47. JJ Valaya: India designer brings royalty to Delhi streets

    Photographs by one of India's best-known fashion designers JJ Valaya, which show models dressed up as characters from the royal courts, and placed in the present-day Delhi, are being exhibited in the Indian capital.
  48. Riba Stirling Prize 2015: NEO Bankside

    The tower blocks carefully shaped to allow maximum sunlight
  49. 10 things we didn't know last week

    Elephants almost never get cancer, and more news nuggets
  50. VIDEO: Yorkshire's extinct rhinos revealed

    The cave that hid the bones of the dales' ancient beasts
  51. Japan's male-dominated workplace

    Japan's male dominated workplace is a challenge for women
  52. The strange history of North Korea's Communists

    From a political party to a family dictatorship in North Korea
  53. Politeness and eloquence on the road to Europe

    Politeness and eloquence on the road to Europe
  54. The lost art of getting lost

    The lost art of getting completely and utterly lost
  55. The creature with the key to immortality?

    The creature that holds the key to immortality?
  56. The pain (and relief) of losing political office

    The pain (and relief) of losing political office

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