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Nico Rosberg takes his fifth consecutive pole position as he edged a private battle with Lewis Hamilton at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Regulars at Le Carillon bar in eastern Paris are stunned by a gun attack - one of six attacks across the city on Friday night.
Four people are killed as a six-seater light aircraft crashes in Somerset.
A man from France is arrested after what appears to have been a firearm was found at Gatwick Airport, leading to the evacuation of a terminal.
A woman survives a bullet getting lodged in her head after a gunman opened fire on a car during the Paris terror attack, her friend says.
Mobile phone footage has emerged showing desperate attempts to escape the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, where at least 80 people were killed by gunmen.
A high-speed TGV train derails during a test run near the French city of Strasbourg, killing five people and injuring seven, local media report.
Amélie, a survivor of the mass shooting at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, describes hiding from the gunmen as they fired on others.
England hold on for victory over New Zealand to take the International Test Series 2-1 in Wigan.
Annacotty (12-1), ridden by Ian Popham for trainer Alan King, wins the Paddy Power Gold Cup at Cheltenham.
Lewis Hamilton sets the pace in final practice at the Brazilian Grand Prix despite an earlier spin.
Most people in Paris did not feel seriously under threat after the Charlie Hebdo attacks in January - but this time it is different.
BBC correspondent Matthew Price assesses the mood on the streets of Paris the day after multiple attacks killed at least 127 people in the French capital.
South African athlete Oscar Pistorius begins community service, a month after his release on parole a year into his five-year manslaughter sentence.
So-called Islamic State is a radical Sunni Islamist militant group that has seized large swathes of territory in eastern Syria and across northern and western Iraq.
Friday night's attacks in Paris were an act of war by Islamic State, President Francois Hollande says.