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Real Sociedad picked up a point as boss David Moyes made his La Liga debut, but what was the verdict in Spain?
Trends of the past week, relived in 60 seconds
The dangerous beauty of the Himalayas
Lionel Messi's Spanish goalscoring record will never be beaten, according to Barcelona coach Luis Enrique.
It should be easier to remove the degree-awarding powers of universities that fail to meet academic and consumer standards, a report by Which? says.
The retreat that has hosted Indian pilgrims since the Crusades
Parents who refuse to vaccinate their children against polio
The BBC will provide comprehensive coverage of next year's Fifa Women's World Cup in Canada.
The Royal College of Nursing highlights a drop in the number of specialist mental health nurses in Scotland and calls for more investment.
Wales' defeat by New Zealand had little to do with luck and leaves Warren Gatland facing questions, writes Tom Fordyce.
The father of a man shot dead by police in Ferguson, Missouri, has appealed for peace ahead of a grand jury decision against the officer.
Andrew North investigates the practice of bride trafficking in India.
Lewis Hamilton says Sunday's title showdown with Nico Rosberg in Abu Dhabi will be "the biggest day of my life".
The slaughter of 28 people on a bus in Kenya is an attempt to start a religious war, an adviser to President Uhuru Kenyatta tells the BBC.
Barcelona's Lionel Messi becomes the Spanish league's all-time top scorer with a hat-trick against Sevilla.
A man is to appear in court charged with having a firearm and ammunition with intent to endanger life, after police recovered an assault rifle in west Belfast.
Despite saying her own lyrics were turned down, the singer says the project is "from a place of respectful intent".
More than 800 cats go on show at Birmingham's NEC in what is billed as the feline equivalent of Crufts.
Colombia's Farc rebels will release five captives, including Gen Ruben Dario Alzate, next week, President Juan Manuel Santos says.
The widow of the murdered British aid worker Alan Henning told his memorial service that he was killed "for being what we should be, selfless and caring".