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New technology allows security services to analyse the contents of the sewers to discover where people are making home-made bombs.
Chelsea Clinton leaves a New York hospital with her baby daughter, Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky.
The Met Office says the UK is on course for its driest September since records began more than a century ago.
An Austrian balloon pilot has succeeded in taking a balloon deep underground.
World number one golfer Stacy Lewis says she would be keen to see the introduction of a mixed-gender 'Ryder Cup' tournament.
Pledges from the Conservative Party conference dominate front pages, with some focusing on measures to expand GP cover and others examining the benefits freeze.
Efforts to recover the bodies of at least 24 climbers are suspended again after the eruption on Japan's Mount Ontake intensifies.
A third video has been posted online showing the British photographer John Cantlie, who's being held by the group which calls itself Islamic State.
Did this drawing mark the start of a misunderstood hobby?
A man arrested for breaking into the White House earlier this month gained access to more of the building than previously believed, US media report.
Printing tradition kept alive in Calcutta
Representatives from rival factions in Libya's new parliament have held UN-brokered talks for the first time in the oasis town of Ghadames.
Ad-free social media platform Ello overcomes a technical setback to continue its rapid growth, but one expert questions its business model.
The National Union of Teachers calls on the education secretary to tackle excessive workloads or face more strike action.
Ghostly portraits of stars who died young
Japanese rescue teams have spent a third day searching for survivors on Mount Ontake, trapped by Saturday's eruption.
Worldwide web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee talks about his concerns for the internet, as he renews his call for a digital Magna Carta.
Football League chairman Greg Clarke is accused of "hiding behind excuses" while Paul Ince calls for the "Rooney Rule".
How virtual reality is helping build better cities
Beaten and raped - the story of an African servant in Saudi Arabia