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Turkish security forces have fired water cannon and tear gas at crowds which had gathered in support of Syrian Kurdish refugees on the border.
American car giant General Motors recalls more than 220,000 vehicles, mainly in the US and Canada, due to a brake defect.
Tens of thousands of Russians march in Moscow to protest against Russia's involvement in the Ukraine crisis.
Labour plans to retain for a further year a coalition policy limiting the annual increase in child benefit to 1%, Ed Balls will tell his party's conference.
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The Yemeni government and Shia Houthi rebels sign an agreement aimed at ending the political crisis which has gripped the country for weeks.
The Peruvian authorities announce a new anti-logging commission after the killings of four indigenous leaders in the Amazon rainforest.
Lewis Hamilton insists the World Championship was not on his mind, despite taking the lead for the first time in four months.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says there was nothing emotional about Frank Lampard's goal for Man City against his former side.
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The mobile operator EE is in talks to take over up to 60 stores from the failed retailer Phones 4U.
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini compares Chelsea's defensive style during Sunday's 1-1 draw to that of Stoke City.
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Drum and bass duo Sigma reach number one with their track Changing, featuring Paloma Faith - the first time the singer has topped the singles chart.
The last two airworthy Lancaster bombers in the world fly over where the famous Dambusters raid was practised.
New research shows China's rising emissions per head of population have overtaken the EU while the global total reaches a new high.
Tens of thousands of people attend a Mass by Pope Francis, as the pontiff hits out at extremists "perverting" religion to justify violence.
Downing Street insists it will not backtrack on its devolution pledge to Scotland despite Tory calls for swift action on more powers for English MPs.
Kenya is marking a year since the attack by Islamist militants on Nairobi's Westgate shopping centre, in which at least 67 people were killed.
Ed Balls leaves an opponent with a bloodied eye in the annual football match between Labour and political journalists.