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The latest on the row over pre-election TV debates, and more news on actor Harrison Ford's plane crash, are two of the stories occupying Britain's front pages.
The US military says Iraqi forces have pushed Islamic State fighters out of the town of al-Baghdadi amid a wider offensive by government troops.
Will Gompertz wonders why only 8% of the UK population are active consumers of state funded arts.
A US woman who was abducted last month by masked gunmen in central Nigeria is now free, officials say.
Great Britain captain Leon Smith heaps praise on James Ward after the world number 111's Davis Cup win over John Isner.
Relatives of three east London school girls who ran away to Syria, say the police failed to give them crucial information that could have helped them stop their daughters from joining Islamic State.
The BBC's Aleem Maqbool has been retracing the path of the Selma to Montgomery civil rights march to find out what has and has not changed in the past half century.
US authorities charge three men for their roles in what they claim is one of the biggest data breaches in American history.
Foreign ministers from the regional Unasur bloc promise to help Venezuela overcome a shortage of food, medicine and other products.
World number one Rory McIlroy launched his club into a lake during an erratic second round at the WGC-Cadillac Championship in Miami.
The US justice department is preparing to bring criminal corruption charges against Democratic Senator Robert Menendez, US media reports say.
Advocacy group Cage is no longer being funded by two charities, according to the Charity Commission.
The most expensive number plate sold at a DVLA auction
The Lithuanian president says her country is "already under attack" and conscription is being reintroduced in Lithuania as a response to threats in the region.
The lavish lifestyle of India's royal families
Struggling to explain the course of the missing plane MH370
Sierra Leone athlete Jimmy Thoronka is found 'homeless in London' after going missing following the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
CIA director John Brennan says he has ordered one of the biggest structural reorganisations in the US spy agency's history.
The deputy first minister tells the Sinn Féin Ard Fheis that he wants his party to be the biggest in Ireland, north and south of the border.
Tanzanian police arrest 32 witchdoctors as part of the country's campaign to halt the murder of albinos for their body parts.