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Swedish director Roy Andersson's comedy A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence won the Golden Lion award for best film at the Venice Film Festival.
A 73-year-old South African heart surgeon becomes the oldest person to swim the English Channel.
The Home Office is investigating a disturbance at an immigration removal centre in Lincolnshire on Saturday, which began following the death of a detainee.
Is it time to unleash unproven drugs on Ebola patients?
US based storytelling event The Moth arrives in the UK
Train companies in England will not be allowed to increase regulated rail fares by more than the rate of inflation, George Osborne announces.
MPs' salaries should go up by the planned 9% to £74,000 after May's general election, the body in charge of their pay and expenses says.
A blind jazz musician is wowing South American audiences, despite being only nine-years-old.
The Toronto Film Festival celebrated Bill Murray day as the star attended the premier of his new film, St Vincent.
About 57,000 people are set to take part in the 34th Great North Run on Tyneside.
A former director of Brazil's state oil company accuses dozens of politicians of involvement in a kickback scheme, weeks before an election.
Apple's latest iPhone models are the smartphones most likely to be stolen, a new list published by the Home Office suggests.
More than half of English councils placed young people leaving care in bed-and-breakfast accommodation last year - in breach of government guidelines - new data shows.
Roger Federer says his shock defeat by Marin Cilic at the US Open does not affect his hopes of winning more Grand Slam titles.
There has been heavy shelling on Saturday night on the outskirts of the eastern Ukrainian port of Mariupol, raising concerns over whether the ceasefire is holding.
Swedish director Roy Andersson's comedy, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, wins the Golden Lion award for best film at the Venice Film Festival.
Choosing a charity by using your head as well as your heart
The WW1 pastime that is still popular today
With the Scottish independence referendum 11 days away, Sunday's papers note the progress made by the "Yes" campaign - and suggest Scottish voters will be presented with an alternative to the "status quo" if they vote "No".
Kurdish forces in northern Iraq recapture a strategically important mountain from Islamic State militants, helped by US air strikes.