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Flares and crowd disturbances force stoppages in play during Sunday's Euro 2016 qualifier between Italy and Croatia.
Former England captain Terry Butcher believes revitalised Scotland will provide a stern test for England at Celtic Park.
The Romanian PM Victor Ponta concedes victory in presidential election to Sibiu mayor Klaus Iohannis.
New footage has emerged purporting to show the immediate aftermath of the MH17 crash in Ukraine in July, which killed all 298 people on board.
Global stories to mark World Toilet Day
Gareth Bale and Chris Coleman hail Wales' team spirit after their Euro 2016 qualifying draw against Belgium.
Hollywood star James McAvoy beats stiff competition to win the coveted Actor Film award at Scotland's annual Bafta ceremony.
Novak Djokovic admits his year came to an "awkward end" after Roger Federer withdrew from Sunday's ATP World Tour final.
President Barack Obama confirms the death of US aid worker Abdul-Rahman Kassig, whose beheading was shown in a video posted by Islamic State.
The new Band Aid single airs for the first time on ITV's X Factor, following a star-studded recording on Saturday.
Inside the mind of a convicted Twitter troll
Newsbeat takes a victim of trolling to meet a convicted troll and find out why they post abusive messages.
Britain's Andy Murray lines up against the combined might of Pat Cash, John McEnroe and Tim Henman as they entertain the crowd at the 02 in London.
The BBC's Paul Wood reports from Turkey's border with Syria, where a defector from Islamic State has been speaking about the brutality of the militant group.
Irish police describe the seizure of guns and bomb making material during weekend searches in Dublin as a "major setback" for dissident republicans.
Gareth Malone's All Star Choir top the UK singles chart with Children in Need single Wake Me Up as Pink Floyd are at number one in the album chart.
The G20 summit has ended with leaders agreeing to boost their economies by at least 2.1% by 2018, adding $2 trillion to global economies.
Images of the Philae probe moments after its initial touchdown on comet 67P have been published by the European Space Agency.
Roger Federer withdraws from the ATP World Tour final against Novak Djokovic, saying he is not "match-fit".
Police confirm that a body found in the Angus Glens was that of missing Royal Marine Luke Ireland.