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Two suspects in the bombing of the Erawan Shrine in Bangkok, Thailand are forced to re-enact their alleged role in the attack.
Lewandowski sets another Bundesliga record as defending champions Bayern Munich maintain their 100% start to the Bundesliga.
Saudi Arabia's most senior cleric says the Hajj stampede was beyond human control.
Canada threaten to pull off another Rugby World Cup upset only to be denied by Italy at Elland Road.
Poland is to summon the Russian ambassador after he made remarks appearing to suggest that Poland was partly to blame for the start of World War Two.
The twin chimney stacks at the former Cockenzie Power Station in East Lothian are demolished in a controlled explosion.
Russia and Estonia exchange two men convicted of spying over a bridge separating the countries.
More than 8,000 migrants and refugees entered Hungary from Croatia on Friday, according to police figures.
Harry Kane scores his first Tottenham goal this season as Manchester City lose a second successive league game.
Thai police force two suspects to re-enact their alleged role in the deadly bombing of the Erawan shrine in the capital Bangkok in August.
Millions of people globally have died unnecessarily from cancers that could have been treated by radiotherapy, according to doctors.
Burkina Faso freezes the assets of Gen Gilbert Diendere and 13 other people suspected of co-operating with the week-long coup he led.
Australia's departure for their tour of Bangladesh is delayed because of "safety and security" concerns.
Nobukazu Kuriki, a climber who lost nine of his fingers to frostbite, is close to reaching the summit of Everest on his fifth attempt
Greek coastguard on Lesbos, Antonios Sofiadelis, explains why so many migrants are dying on a short crossing that should be simple and safe.
The UK's premier science book prize is won by Gaia Vince - the first time in its near 30-year history that it has been awarded outright to a female writer.
Saudi Arabia's most senior cleric, the grand mufti, says Thursday's stampede that killed more than 700 people was "beyond human control".
As Chinese President Xi Jinping visits the US, there is speculation that his country's rapid rise will have a dangerous effect on the power balance.
Nomsa Maseko reports from Zambia, where it is hoped a birth simulator being used to train midwives will translate into lives saved in childbirth.
FA chairman Greg Dyke says Fifa is "in chaos" after president Sepp Blatter is questioned by Swiss investigators.