Former England boss Sam Allardyce has not ruled out a return to football after leaving his job with the national side in disgrace.
Former Israeli PM and President Shimon Peres has died aged 93 following a stroke two weeks ago.
A row between a British double agent and his wife during World War Two almost compromised D-Day operations, newly released MI5 files show.
An international investigation team looking into the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 is due to release its findings on Wednesday.
A man who caught 19 rats at his house within a 24-hour period says his young family have been forced to leave their home.
Labour will not "fan the flames of fear" with "false promises" on immigration, Jeremy Corbyn will pledge in his conference speech.
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A ship carrying four officer cadets from City of Glasgow College docks in Singapore after being stranded by owners' collapse.
Serena Williams speaks out against law enforcement brutality, quoting Martin Luther King as she says: "There comes a time when silence is betrayal".
The widow of a Falklands war veteran who is trying to prevent the destruction of their frozen embryos takes her fight to the High Court on Wednesday.
Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain says she has had "no offers" from Channel 4 to present the show.
Actor Brad Pitt is to miss a premiere of his latest film in Los Angeles to focus on his "family situation", he says.
Adolescents with spots tend to stay looking youthful for longer, new research suggests.
A look back at the life and career of former Israeli PM and President Shimon Peres.
A young African-American girl delivers a tearful plea about police shootings to city officials in Charlotte, North Carolina.
After 67 days in charge of the England team, Sam Allardyce has left by mutual agreement following newspaper allegations of conduct "inappropriate of the England manager".
Elisabeth and Ryan speak to the BBC after Tom Hanks photobombed their wedding pictures in Central Park, New York.
Jeremy Corbyn says he cannot be compared to Donald Trump
Chris Evans pays tribute to Sir Terry Wogan at a celebratory memorial service.
British conservationist Sacha Dench is on the first leg of an epic 4,500 mile paramotor flight following migrating swans.
In one part of rebel-held Aleppo, nearly all families have left - the ones who remain face starvation.
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Chinese investors pay a "lucky" A$88,888,888.88 for a Sydney property, as new warnings emerge about a property bubble in the Australian city.
Pop star Britney Spears stages a stripped-down version of her Las Vegas show in her first UK concert since 2011.
Oldham has traditionally been an electoral stronghold for Labour, but the party is facing a mounting challenge from UKIP.
Jewish leaders welcome a statement by the Archbishop of Canterbury, who said the church had been partly responsible for the spread of anti-Semitism.
Candy Crush Saga launches its 2,000th level - but a decision to add adverts could prove controversial.
Asylum seekers - mainly Afghan and Pakistani men - leave Austria for Italy, but they face bleak conditions in the city of Udine, Bethany Bell reports.
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A legal case concerning the sale of video-streaming set-top boxes on which subscription content can be accessed for free begins on Tuesday.
Conservative MP Jake Berry has called for the Royal Yacht Britannia to be brought back into service to help the UK strike trade deals.
From the Financial Times to the Daily Star, the face of Sam Allardyce - now no longer England's football coach - dominates Wednesday's newspapers.
Photographer Jim Grover spent four hours making pictures of people on London's Westminster Bridge.
Hundreds of people take part in a gruelling race challenge at Banchory in Aberdeenshire.
A selection of the winners and finalists in he ZSL Animal Photography Prize.
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A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
Sam Allardyce, who left his job as England boss on Tuesday after being filmed by undercover reporters, says "entrapment has won".
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Gordon Strachan recalls Shaun Maloney and Lee Wallace for Scotland's World Cup qualifying ties with Lithuania and Slovakia.
In September 1971, inmates seized control of the Attica Correctional Facility in New York state - Carlos Roche was one of the prisoners.
Canada's First Nations use a royal tour to push for political action on social issues and say there is "seething fury" over the slow course of change.
The Republican Party may not be the most natural home for a transgender woman from New Jersey - but Jennifer Williams is trying to change it from the inside.
Finnish-Syrian father-of-six Rami Adhan has become known as the "toy smuggler" for taking large bags of toys into Syria for children suffering in the war.
Lord Sugar has said he would like the BBC to commission a new programme focusing on the progress of past winners of The Apprentice.
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With big name brands like Ford, Volvo, Rolls Royce, Bentley, Lamborghini and Aston Martin staying away from this year's Paris Motor Show, should the organisers be getting worried?
The child of two Holocaust survivors talks about being the keeper of their memories – and projects working with children of survivors of massacres in Rwanda and Bosnia talk about the impact handed down through families.
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