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There has been fresh shelling near Donetsk airport, but European observers say the fighting is not sufficient to make Ukraine's ceasefire collapse.
James Gandolfini’s final big-screen role before his death premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival.
There is almost blanket coverage of the Scottish referendum in Monday's press, with papers chronicling "frantic" efforts by the Better Together campaign to recapture their lead in the polls.
The number of constabularies in England and Wales should be cut to save money, one of the country's most senior police leaders says.
The town that survived a siege - aided by children with AK-47s
Business activity in Scotland's private sector rose solidly in August although the rate of growth slowed, according to the Bank of Scotland.
The Canadian province of Quebec has held referenda about independence, so what can Scotland learn from them?
Voting on independence, Quebec-style
A second man is arrested on suspicion of murder by police investigating the disappearance of west London schoolgirl Alice Gross.
Thousands of Britons could be inadvertently sharing their digital secrets with anyone that knows where to click, suggests a BBC investigation.
Cities in the UK should have the power to levy their own taxes and have greater control over how public money is spent, a report by the City Growth Commission says.
Britain's big six energy companies are continuing to lose market share to smaller independent suppliers, new figures show.
The other side of major football tournaments
Timelapse footage of a large dust storm in Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday.
UK Chancellor George Osborne promises a timetable for further Scottish devolution on the day a poll suggests a narrow lead for the pro-independence side.
France's far-right National Front party is dangerously close to winning power in the country, Prime Minister Manuel Valls warns.
Serena Williams beats Caroline Wozniacki in straight sets to win her sixth US Open and 18th Grand Slam title.