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Artists in Uganda are using motorbikes to carry and display street art installations as part of the Kampala Contemporary Art Festival.
Ghulam Azam, the former leader of Bangladesh's largest Islamist party, dies from a heart attack a year after being found guilty of war crimes.
Farmland birds are at their lowest levels since records began, according to government figures.
Will Canada continue to cherish its open society?
The trial collapses of a vicar accused of carrying out hundreds of sham weddings - after the judge says immigration officers lied on oath.
Police investigate a claim that Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli "threatened" a woman who was taking pictures of his Ferrari.
"Overshare" has been chosen as the word of the year. But what is it and why do people do it?
Universities and business leaders call for changes in student visa rules, but the immigration minister says their criticisms are based on "myths".
Notorious police killer Harry Roberts is to be released from prison after 48 years inside. How do you adjust after so long locked up?
Increasing NHS spending in England by the £8bn health bosses warn will be needed by 2020 will be tough but possible, the health secretary says.
24 hours of news images: 23 October
Sergeant-at-Arms, Kevin Vickers, who shot dead the gunman who attacked parliament, is given a standing ovation as Canadian MPs return a day after the shootings.
Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu accuses the Palestinian president of incitement, after an attack which killed a baby in Jerusalem.
Dozens of women and girls have been abducted from two villages in north-eastern Nigeria by suspected militants despite a reported truce, residents say.
US-led air strikes against Islamic State (IS) militants in Syria have killed 553 people since September, including 464 IS fighters, activists say.
A man who jumped the White House fence was attacked by dogs before being arrested, in the latest security incident at the US president's official home.
The Daily Politics meets some of the contestants, and their political owners, in the Westminster dog of the year contest.
As the annual TechCrunch event for tech start ups comes to London for the first time, David Grossman goes to investigate.
Ched Evans' rape conviction has highlighted struggles that meet rape victims who are attacked when they have been drinking.
More than 220 firefighters' jobs could be lost in north Wales if funding is not increased over the next five years, bosses warn.