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Russian military steps up risky manoeuvres in Europe
Monday's press looks back on Remembrance Sunday, and the resolve of the Queen to honour war dead despite heightened fears of a terrorist attack.
Investment into renewable energy projects in Australia has dropped by 70% in the last year, according to a new report by a climate change body.
The BBC's James Landale asks how much Parliament matters and whether MPs and parties can reinvent themselves in the face of public disenchantment with politics.
One Direction were the big winners at the MTV Europe Music Awards taking the awards for Best Pop, Best Live and Biggest Fans, held at the Hydro.
The murders that followed a chat app message
BBC Inside Out reveals newly discovered footage of what is thought to be the world's first bungee jump from the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol 35 years ago.
In August a couple spent millions of euros on a rescue operation to save migrants in danger of drowning at sea - how successful was their 60-day mission?
Nearly 40% of under-25s who have weight-loss surgery in the UK are classified as super-obese, according to new figures.
Watch a selection of the best goals from the weekend's FA Cup first round matches.
Former X Factor boy band One Direction take home three awards from this year's MTV Europe Music Awards.
A new drive to market Aberdeen as a tourist destination to the Chinese is to be launched, BBC Scotland learns.
A career on the stage can cost parents a pretty packet
A strong performance by the services sector helped to boost Scottish economic activity last month, according to a survey.
The BBC's Leana Hosea takes a bus ride with student activist Afiya Khalid to see if a new bill in India has made public travel for women safer.
An informal vote on independence for the Spanish region of Catalonia has shown more than 80% in favour, organisers say.
The first TV advert showing e-cigarettes will be broadcast on Monday but critics warn the move could normalise smoking imagery.
The students who feel they have the right to cheat
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says no team will be able to catch Premier League leaders Chelsea this season.
MOTD2 pundit Martin Keown expands on his TV analysis of why Arsenal only have themselves to blame for their defeat by Swansea.