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Prosecutors at the International Criminal Court ask for the case against Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta to be adjourned indefinitely.
Lib/Lab alliance on reversing benefit cuts will chill Tory spines
The US economy added 142,000 jobs in August, latest figures reveal, less than expected partially as a result of a supermarket strike.
A 21-year-old man from Londonderry is jailed for five years after pleading guilty to possession of guns and explosives.
Famous faces remember comedian and TV host Joan Rivers, who has died in New York at the age of 81.
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An audit of votes from Afghanistan's disputed presidential poll has been completed, officials say, but results will not be made public for days.
Researchers believe that California blue whales have recovered in numbers and the population has returned to sustainable levels.
The Monty Python star on his latest volume of published diaries.
A prototype smartphone app records and responds to the social anxiety experienced by autistic users.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko expresses careful optimism that a deal can be agreed with Russia to end fighting in the east of his country.
David Cameron tells fellow Nato leaders they should not pay ransoms to kidnappers, as the UK seeks ways to free a Briton held by militants.
Police shoot dead a man who was threatening a woman with a knife at a house in north London.
Police in Northern Ireland announce a zero-tolerance crackdown on a range of motoring offences in response to a rise in road deaths in the region.
Roger Federer fights back from two sets down against Gael Monfils to win a thrilling five-set US Open quarter-final in New York.
The reported beheading of a grandmother in north London leads some papers, while others suggest the UK is preparing for war against Islamic State militants.
Australian minister defends medical care given to an asylum seeker who activists say has been declared brain dead, after he cut his foot.
Robert Downey Jr drama The Judge opens the 39th Toronto International Film Festival in Canada, where 300 films will be screened over 11 days.
US veterinary surgeons operating on a sick dog discover the cause of their patient's malaise - 43 and a half socks.