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Bank of England governor Mark Carney says the decision on when to raise UK interest rates is still likely to be made at the end of the year, despite China's slowdown.
The physical nightmare five-time world champion Mo Farah endures to win global titles is only half the battle, says Tom Fordyce.
European ministers agree to increase ID and baggage controls among other restrictions at railway stations, France's interior minister announces.
Lizzie Jones, the widow of rugby league player Danny Jones, who died suddenly after being taken ill at a match in May, sings Abide With Me before the Challenge Cup final.
A computer glitch that delayed 275,000 HSBC payments has now been resolved, the bank tells the BBC.
News Corp confirms it is in talks with Rebekah Brooks after reports she is to return as head of its UK division, a year after she was cleared over phone hacking.
Two French reporters have been arrested and accused of attempting to blackmail the king of Morocco, lawyers say.
Snacking or drinking water after a heavy night of drinking alcohol does not prevent a hangover, research on Dutch students suggests.
Migration is once again front-page news, although papers take very different approaches to the topic.
Jordan Spieth loses his world number one ranking to Rory McIlroy after missing the cut at The Barclays in New Jersey.
Tropical Storm Erika leaves at least 20 dead on the Caribbean island of Dominica, with the devastation setting it back 20 years, its PM says.
A woman and her four children, who have missing since Tuesday, could be travelling to Syria, police have said.
Children with autism are having to wait an average of three-and-a-half years before diagnosis, while adults wait on average two years, experts say.
A team of Nasa recruits begins a year-long isolation in a dome near a barren volcano in Hawaii, to simulate life on Mars.
A number of rail services are cancelled as First Great Western staff begin a three-day walkout.
Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina damaged much of New Orleans after high winds, heavy rains and floods from levees. Here's some of how the BBC reported from the city.
A French satellite system pictures a pile of rubble where the ancient Temple of Baalshamin at Palmyra in Syria used to stand.
The UN says "much more is required" to prevent fatalities among migrants fleeing to Europe, after hundreds are reported dead in recent days.
A team of Nasa recruits begins living near a barren volcano in Hawaii to simulate what life would be like on Mars.
The government should limit the amount of money spent on legal advice for politicians, officials and military figures as part of the Chilcot inquiry, a Tory MP says.