Labour has announced plans to give football fans a greater say in the way their club is run.
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London's Regent's Canal is the first of a number of canals in England and Wales to be drained ahead of vital restoration work.
Three members of a Dutch motorcycle club are now leading a Kurdish battalion fighting against the Islamic State in Iraq.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is in Milan to meet his Ukrainian counterpart and EU leaders to discuss the Ukraine conflict and gas supplies.
The UK charity Street Child has spoken to people in Kenema in Sierra Leone whose lives have been devastated by the disease.
Renewed calls for a public inquiry into the Welsh NHS are made after spot checks at 20 hospitals find widespread problems with the handling of medicines.
A man has died following a two-vehicle collision near Carryduff, County Down.
About 17,500 men in Northern Ireland pay for sex each year, a survey published by Queen's University, Belfast, researchers suggests.
The University of Sydney suspends a professor, who had advised the government on education policy, after he used racist terms in emails.
UK pharmaceuticals firm GlaxoSmithKline says its Ebola vaccine will not be ready until late 2015 and is "going to come too late" for this epidemic.