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Rescue teams in Nepal say they are making a final search for survivors on a trekking route that was hit by a storm earlier this week, killing 39 people.
Bermudans are clearing up after a direct hit from Hurricane Gonzalo left a trail of damage in its wake on the tiny Atlantic territory.
Bermudians are clearing up the damage after a direct hit from Hurricane Gonzalo felled trees and downed power lines on the small Atlantic island.
A memorial service for Ian Paisley is to be held at the Ulster Hall in Belfast on Sunday.
Valentino Rossi wins the Australian MotoGP on Phillip Island as Britain's Bradley Smith finishes third, his first podium finish.
Tougher new sanctions against internet trolls, and NHS staff leading the way on obesity, feature on the front pages.
Treating common ailments like coughs and colds at community pharmacies could save the NHS over £1bn a year, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society claims.
An inquiry into the rape conviction of footballer Ched Evans is to be fast-tracked by the body that examines potential miscarriages of justice.
Cuba's former President Fidel Castro says his country will send almost 300 extra doctors and nurses to Africa.
The female police pioneer who cleaned up a town
The US and four European allies call for an immediate end to the fighting in Libya between government forces and Islamist rebels.
Rare items from the Titanic, including a restaurant dinner menu, sell for a "substantial" six-figure sum at auction.
Environment Secretary Liz Truss says large-scale solar farms are "ugly" as she confirms plans to cut a taxpayer subsidy for the schemes.
What happened to England's lost football grounds?
What role does wild animal meat play in the Ebola outbreak?
The medic who brought free healthcare to Karachi's poor
Why are our obsessions never the things we're best at?
The women interned during the war against Japan
Twenty-two people have died in Nicaragua during several days of heavy rains, nine of them in the capital Managua when a wall collapsed.
A £2m programme using sport to help people suffering from mental health problems is announced by Sport England and Mind.