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Ex-UKIP leader tells Leave Means Leave rally the "endless negative narrative" needs to be countered.
Supreme Leader Khamenei says "regional US puppets" were behind a gun assault in Ahvaz that killed 25.
Joao Moutinho's strike earns Wolves a draw against Manchester United at Old Trafford as their strong start to Premier League life continues.
The supermarket chain says the new biodegradable bags will be brought in at 1,400 of its stores.
Liverpool secure their best start to a season while Manchester City earn a 5-0 win over Cardiff.
Steven Naismith fails to convert a penalty kick as Premiership leaders Hearts drop points for the first time this season.
Nekoda Smythe-Davis wins Great Britain's first World Judo Championships silver since 2009 after losing the women's -57kg final.
Pictures have emerged from the surface of an asteroid after Japan landed two robotic rovers on it.
Watford have to settle for a draw at Fulham after Aleksandar Mitrovic strikes late on to earn the hosts a point.
Ex-Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson gets a standing ovation from fans on his first return to Old Trafford since having emergency brain surgery in May.
A documentary featuring the music duo Chas & Dave in 2012 shows Chas reflecting on his varied career.
Shadow equalities minister Dawn Butler says the policy will tackle the "hidden killer" of domestic violence.
He was one half of the musical duo whose hits included Rabbit and Snooker Loopy.
Sir Alex Ferguson will be honoured by Manchester United as he returns to Old Trafford for the first time since having emergency surgery.
Duncan Hutchison, from the Highlands, had been rowing across the Atlantic for more than three months.
Novak Djokovic accidentally hits the ball into the back of playing partner Roger Federer during their Laver Cup doubles match.
A man survives inside an air pocket in the Lake Victoria ferry that sank two days ago, killing 170.
About six million visitors are expected to drink more than 7m litres (1.6m gallons) at the event.
Andy Murray will end his season after two competitions in China in order to be in "the best possible shape" for the Australian Open in January.
A teenage driver who was badly hurt in a crash looks forward to racing there again.