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Renewed fears over growth in China hit European markets, with the main indexes falling sharply in early trade.
Football 404: David de Gea's Real Madrid deal in memes
A second foreign suspect has been arrested in connection with the deadly bombing at a Bangkok shrine in August, the Thai PM says.
Everton sign defender Ramiro Funes Mori from Argentine club River Plate for £9.5m on a five-year deal.
A fund set up by a man who died in his first triathlon race exceeds his £300 target figure by more than £12,000.
Ireland's 2014 player of the year Andrew Trimble is left out of coach Joe Schmidt's squad for the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
The BBC's new political editor Laura Kuenssberg takes up her post at what she says is a fascinating time in British politics.
Employers who do not pay workers the national minimum wage and the National Living Wage will face tougher penalties under plans outlined by the government.
Images then and now of much-loved but doomed Hotel Okura
Thousands of pages detailing Hillary Clinton's emails while US secretary of state are released, including many censored after being deemed classified.
Thefts of bees are increasing as their population decreases due to environmental change and disease.
A new method of applying insecticide to nets has proved 100% effective against certain resistant mosquitoes, an international study reports.
The Buddhist country of Bhutan has won plaudits for its approach to tackling climate change, says Matt McGrath.
West Ham sign Alex Song on a season-long loan from Barcelona.
Hundreds of migrants thought to be from Syria arrive German stations after being held for several hours at the Hungarian border.
The Royal Mint releases a commemorative coin depicting the Queen through her reign to mark her becoming the longest reigning monarch in British history.
New Zealand unveils four finalists in the contest to design what could become the national flag, but it's fair to say not everyone has embraced them.
Test your knowledge of the high-pressure, high-farce world of transfer deadline day.
The godly origins of the cappuccino
The Information Commissioner's Office is investigating claims that an 87-year-old man's personal details were sold or passed on by charities up to 200 times.