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Moldova is to vote in parliamentary elections which are widely seen as a contest between pro-EU parties and those backing closer ties with Russia.
Voters in Switzerland are due to go to the polls to decide on measures aimed at severely restricting immigration.
A minute's silence is held at the scene of a helicopter crash in Glasgow exactly a year after 10 people lost their lives in the tragedy.
The structure of a key protein implicated in diseases affecting the heart muscle has been uncovered, scientists say.
Nicola Sturgeon and David Cameron reflect on the referendum campaign as they mark Scotland's national day.
Does anybody ever 'think the unthinkable'?
Are we becoming a nation of runners?
The swashbuckling lion-killer who became an Israeli hero
The music that reveals the truth about Tunisia
A woman has "possible life-threatening head injuries" after being hit by a police car that was responding to reports of a man with a knife.
A project that helps Aboriginal Australians gain their driving licenses could have positive health outcomes for themselves and their community
Facebook campaign for a dog, plus more trends in 60 seconds
Some of Sunday's papers are trailing announcements expected in Wednesday's Autumn Statement, with suggestions Chancellor George Osborne will divert cash to the NHS.
US police officer Darren Wilson - who fatally shot unarmed black teenager Michael Brown, triggering nationwide riots - has resigned, his lawyer says.
Cafe trains learning disabled people for work
Have England progressed this autumn? And if so, have they done so by enough to challenge the best, asks Tom Fordyce.
Chancellor George Osborne is to announce an extra £2bn in funding for the health service across the UK in his Autumn Statement on Wednesday.
A boy missing for four years in the US is found "frozen with fear" behind a false wall in a house in Atlanta, Georgia.
A female driver is taken to hospital after her car is involved in a road collision involving former England footballer David Beckham.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he is not concerned by criticism from a section of the club's supporters.