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A 43-year-old man is charged with explosives and terrorism offences after a farm is searched in County Fermanagh, the Police Service of Northern Ireland says.
As he closes in on England's goalscoring record, why does captain Wayne Rooney still divide opinion among fans and pundits alike?
England boss Roy Hodgson says it is "unfair" if responsibility for resting Liverpool's Raheem Sterling falls on him alone.
Gordon Brown accuses David Cameron of being "unstatesman-like" for suggesting that Scottish MPs should be denied full voting rights on some issues.
A top US health official says a mistake was clearly made by staff treating a man who died of Ebola in Texas, resulting in one of them becoming infected.
India's east coast has been pounded by a powerful cyclone, Hudhud, with winds of up to 205km/h (127mph).
A Texan health worker who treated Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan before he died has tested positive for the deadly virus.
A friend of Alan Henning says she is "overwhelmed" by the support for a fund set up in his memory.
Traffic is held up by an anti-Islamic State protest on the westbound side of the M4 Second Severn Crossing.
A new world record has been set for the heaviest firework in the city of Konosu in Saitama Prefecture, Japan
Three people are arrested on suspicion of murder following the death of a man in Wrexham, police say.
Lewis Hamilton is full of praise for Mercedes after they won the constructors' championship and he secured his ninth win of the season.
Liverpool retain their Women's Super League title on goal difference on a dramatic final day of the season.
Labour says it supports further restrictions on migrants' ability to claim benefits as a sign it understands public concerns about immigration.
Martin Fowler is making a comeback to EastEnders for the first time since 2007, and will be played by a new actor.
The body of a suspected bicycle thief who fled from police is recovered from a harbour.
Japan is preparing for the arrival of the powerful typhoon, Vongfong, the BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes reports from Tokyo.
Wigan's Ben Flower apologises for punching St Helens' Lance Hohaia, who holds "no grudge" following Saints' Grand Final win.