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From the emergence of New Zealand's Roger Tuivava-Sheck to the power of Sam Burgess, commentator Dave Woods picks his standout team
At least four people are killed and dozens injured as a passenger train derails in New York City, prompting a major emergency services response.
David Cameron's attempt to move on from diplomatic deep freeze
Police fire tear gas to disperse supporters of Egypt's ousted Islamist president in Cairo, as amendments to the constitution adopted during his time in office are agreed.
Jose Mourinho went for a more direct approach to see off Southampton on Sunday, says Robbie Savage
A huge rally takes place in the Ukrainian capital to oppose a government decision not to sign a deal on closer EU ties.
At least 10 people are killed in the Lebanese city of Tripoli in two days of fighting between supporters and opponents of Syria's President Assad.
Tens of thousands protest over EU
Casualties are reported in clashes as a massive rally is held in Kiev over a Ukraine government decision not to sign a deal on closer EU ties.
UK shoppers are expected to continue pre-Christmas spending, in what could be the busiest online shopping day in history, dubbed Cyber Monday.
Ed Miliband will accuse the government of using "smoke and mirrors" over its plan to cut the cost of energy bills by an average of £50 a year.
The government's Chief Whip Sir George Young is to retire as an MP in 2015 after 41 years as a Member of Parliament.
A Nigerian man who has been on hunger strike is back in the UK after a Home Office flight deporting him had to turn around, his lawyers say.
New boss Rene Meulensteen says Fulham must spend in the transfer window to avoid relegation from the Premier League.
One story dominates the Sunday front pages - the helicopter crash in Glasgow that has left eight people dead.
Paralympic champion Dame Sarah Storey returns to competition with a win in the Paracycling International Cup in Newport.
People who are 'persistently and deliberately' anti-social should face arrest, councils in England say.
One Direction score the UK's fastest-selling artist album for two years, with 237,000 copies of their new release Midnight Memories sold in its first week.
Sports presenter Clare Balding reveals her grandmother told her that her lifestyle choice was "disgusting" when her sexuality was made public.
China launches its first lunar rover mission - named Jade Rabbit - the next key step in the Asian superpower's ambitious space programme.