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'How concerning was England's performance?' BBC Sport's Phil McNulty answers your questions after the win over Slovenia.
A motorcyclist has died and another motorcyclist is in a critical condition in hospital following two separate crashes in Counties Antrim and Fermanagh.
Songs of Praise alters its traditional format to feature a broad range of Christian denominations.
More prisoners will "stay in prison for longer" if they assault staff, according to prisons minister Andrew Selous.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott says "governments can do better and that there can be higher growth and more jobs" as he closed the G20 summit held in Brisbane.
Patients in England are struggling to book GP appointments, according to a report by the Care Quality Commission.
New mothers given a drug injection after their baby is born are more prone to problems with breastfeeding, a study indicates.
The funeral of an eight-year-old boy who died after his family was knocked down by a car on their way to school, is to take place later.
The BBC apologises after Strictly Come Dancing judge Len Goodman swore during Saturday's live show.
Work has begun to remove wreckage from the MH17 crash site in rebel-held eastern Ukraine, Dutch officials say.
The G20 summit of world leaders has delivered more than expected on some issues, but somewhat less on others.
Wales will see how far they have come in Sunday's Euro 2016 qualifier away to Belgium, manager Chris Coleman says.
England head coach Stuart Lancaster says his team will not panic after a fifth successive defeat.
A suicide bomber targets a prominent female Afghan politician, killing three civilians and wounding others in an attack on a Kabul convoy.
Three people have died after a collision involving two cars in Conisbrough, South Yorkshire.
Prison officers in England and Wales are to receive greater protection from violent inmates under new measures from the Ministry of Justice, as serious assaults are at a record high.
BBC Pop Up reports on a local coffee shop in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, whose residents rallied to save it from closure.
Hundreds of protesters for a variety of causes take to the streets of Brisbane, hoping to highlight their cause in front of world leaders.
Surgeons who refuse to publish their mortality rates could face sanctions, NHS England's medical director says.
A new way of giving contraceptive injections - in a special device without a traditional syringe - could help more women in developing countries plan their lives and their families.