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Joshua Sasse, Kylie Minogue's British fiance has told the Victoria Derbyshire programme that the couple won't get married until same-sex marriage becomes legal in Australia.
Astronaut Chris Hadfield discusses with Sarah Montague the importance of fear.
Indians are reacting badly to an advertisement starring Pierce Brosnan for a product many associate with a highly addictive and dangerous form of chewing tobacco.
Cavell Hutson, 21, of north London, stole the phones on 3 September before he was arrested; his accomplice escaped.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos wins the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to end the 52-year conflict with left-wing rebels.
Conservative US blogger Matt Drudge suggests warnings over Hurricane Matthew are a government conspiracy, but critics say his comments are wrong and dangerous.
Finland scrambles jets twice to monitor suspected airspace violations by Russian fighters near the Baltic Sea.
Police are called out to catch a chicken which was seen crossing a road in Dundee, "giving motorists cause for concern".
Drone footage shows the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew in Les Cayes, Haiti.
Tony Blair says he is weighing up whether there is a future "role" for him in British politics, saying he is worried the UK is becoming a "one-party state".
UKIP launches an inquiry after one of its MEPs, Steven Woolfe, was taken to hospital following an altercation with a colleague in the European Parliament.
Girls from five to 14 spend 40% more time on unpaid chores than boys do, a report from the UN children's agency finds.
Farai Mushayademo sells water on the streets of Zimbabwe's capital, wearing immaculate suits he has tailored himself.
A petition against nominee for Philippine UN ambassador Teodoro Locsin Jr, who tweeted seemingly pro-Nazi comments, gets more than 10,000 signatures.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, we asked for your pictures on the theme of "my favourite outfit".
A humpback whale which was stranded on a sandbank off Australia frees itself after its calf was filmed apparently pushing her into deeper water.
Donald Trump has said he won't bring up stories about Bill Clinton's infidelities in this Sunday's US Presidential debate - having previously threatened to do so.
Nico Rosberg edges title rival Lewis Hamilton by just 0.072 seconds to set the pace in second practice at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Eight of the men branded the "Budgie Nine" after being arrested for stripping off at the Malaysian Formula One Grand Prix return to Australia.
Hannah Cockroft explains why she is uncomfortable with disabled athletes being called 'inspirational' and says Paralympians should get more prize money.