Huddersfield Town part company with manager Mark Robins after just one game of the Championship season.
Three people die and another is seriously injured in separate road collisions across Wales.
Four officers from the Royalty Protection unit of the Met Police are investigated over an allegation of weapons property being mishandled.
The patriotic verses that sent soldiers to war
A marching song which became an iconic hit during World War One is being re-launched as a video to mark the centenary of the conflict.
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Heavy rain and high winds begin to hit England and Wales as the remains of what was Hurricane Bertha reaches the country.
Polls open across Turkey for the country's first ever presidential election put to a popular vote.
The US military says it has carried out four new air strikes on militants to defend Yazidi refugees trapped in mountains in northern Iraq.
Research by Labour suggests thousands of patients face long delays in ambulances while waiting to be transferred to accident and emergency care.
Palestinian negotiators warn they will leave Cairo if Israel does not attend Gaza talks on Sunday, but Israel says rocket fire must end first.
More than one million people are advised to evacuate their homes as powerful Typhoon Halong hits south-western Japan.
A nine-year-old boy from Florida has been speaking about the moment he fought off a 9ft-long alligator with his bare hands.
UKIP defends one of its MEPs, who allegedly advised prospective party candidates to learn from the speaking style of Adolf Hitler.
The former Conservative chairman, Baroness Warsi, says her party will not win the next election unless it does more to attract ethnic minority voters.
A Greenpeace ship impounded by Russia has returned to the Netherlands almost a year after it was stormed by Russian security forces.
A Greenpeace ship, impounded in Russia for months after a protest over oil drilling, has returned to her home port in the Netherlands.
Ukraine's president says he is ready to consider a humanitarian aid mission into rebel-held areas of the east, but only under strict conditions.
Sir Bradley Wiggins is among the star names taking part in a 100-mile cycle race from London's Olympic Park, as forecasters warn of storms ahead.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said he is ready to consider allowing humanitarian assistance into the rebel-held area of eastern Ukraine.