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Famous 19th Century ship Cutty Sark is damaged in a fire in London.
Rescue teams in Nepal say there are no trekkers left stranded, after completing their search for survivors of a devastating Himalayan storm.
The Chinese capital has been suffering under heavy smog for the past few weeks, but the 34th edition of the Beijing marathon still went ahead on Sunday.
Virginia state police say they have found a body which could be that of Hannah Graham, a British-born student missing since 13 September.
The 34th Beijing International Marathon goes ahead despite concerns about "hazardous" air quality, with many runners wearing face masks.
GB win two gold medals and a silver on the penultimate day of the European Track Championships in Guadeloupe.
Stuart Gallacher, a Wales dual-code international and ex-Regional Rugby Wales chief executive, dies at the age of 68.
Tributes are paid to rally driver Ryan Bradley who died after his car plunged into a reservoir at Down Rally on Saturday.
A £2m programme using sport to help people suffering from mental health problems is announced by Sport England and Mind.
A memorial service will be held in Belfast on Sunday for the former First Minister of Northern Ireland, Ian Paisley.
Serena Williams criticises Russian Tennis Federation president Shamil Tarpischev for making "sexist and racist" comments.
New research shows a majority of adults think body confidence issues affect people of all ages
Sweden has boosted its military presence in the Stockholm Archipelago, amid rising tension between Russia and Scandinavian countries over the Ukraine crisis.
Bermudans are clearing up after a direct hit from Hurricane Gonzalo left a trail of damage in its wake on the tiny Atlantic territory.
Bermudians are clearing up the damage after a direct hit from Hurricane Gonzalo felled trees and downed power lines on the small Atlantic island.
A memorial service for Ian Paisley is to be held at the Ulster Hall in Belfast on Sunday.
Tougher new sanctions against internet trolls, and NHS staff leading the way on obesity, feature on the front pages.
An inquiry into the rape conviction of footballer Ched Evans is to be fast-tracked by the body that examines potential miscarriages of justice.
Cuba's former President Fidel Castro says his country will send almost 300 extra doctors and nurses to Africa.
The female police pioneer who cleaned up a town