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England put in a dominant display to win the fifth one-day international against West Indies by five wickets and take the series 3-2.
A New York police officer is stripped of his gun and badge the day after he shot a mentally ill black pensioner dead.
The US military says there are signs leaders of the self-styled Islamic State have fled Mosul as the Iraqi government and its allies close in on the city.
Tens of thousands are bracing in temporary evacuation centres as a 140 mph typhoon batters the Philippines.
An emotional Munster captain Peter O'Mahony says he and his team have lost "a coach, a friend and a brother", following the death of head coach Anthony Foley last weekend.
Former Brazilian Congressman Eduardo Cunha, who led the impeachment process against President Dilma Rousseff, is arrested in the capital Brasilia.
A robotic arm that can help fly an aircraft has been designed by engineers in Virginia.
A study says more tweets were posted by suspected bots in favour of Clinton and Trump in the second presidential debate.
Two British warships have been sent to shadow a Russian aircraft carrier and other Russian naval ships heading towards the UK.
The mother-of-six who invented the disposable nappy dies at her home near Inverness aged 94.
Ecuador's decision to curb Julian Assange's internet links throws up questions about Wikileaks' attitude to the US election and the Kremlin, reports Tom Spender.
Ed Whitlock, 85, is a new world record holder after the English-born Canadian finished the Toronto Waterfront Marathon in under four hours.
A militant Islamist group rejects a Russian proposal to withdraw from the Syrian city of Aleppo during a "humanitarian pause" on Thursday.
Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko is promoted despite allegations of state-sponsored doping during his time in office.
Michelle Obama appears in Versace dress as she hosts the Italian PM in final state dinner at the White House after eight years as first lady.
A popular YouTube prankster admitted he staged footage showing young African-American men smashing up a car covered with Donald Trump signs.
Barack Obama has weighed in on Italy's constitutional referendum. Matteo Renzi is thrilled but his opponents say it's a jinx.
The European Space Agency is still waiting for confirmation that its Schiaparelli probe has landed on Mars.
Arshad Khan, 18, is winning legions of swooning fans after a photographer snapped him working as a tea seller in Islamabad.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are preparing for their final televised debate in an increasingly personal and bitter fight for the US presidency.