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National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Former Labour chancellor Denis Healey dies
19 killed in air strike on Afghan hospital
Russia steps up its bombing campaign against opponents of President Bashar al-Assad.
Russia carries out a second wave of bombing, attacking militant groups including IS.
Russian warplanes have attacked targets in Syria for the first time.
Jeremy Corbyn tells the Labour conference he wants a more caring society.
Jeremy Corbyn will "try to persuade" his shadow cabinet to oppose the nuclear deterrent
Jeremy Corbyn has promised "hope and unity" at his first Labour conference as leader
Swiss criminal investigation begins into Sepp Blatter. VW appoints new Chief Executive.
Hundreds of people have died in a crush whilst taking part in the Hajj pilgrimage.
VW's chief executive has resigned, the firm faces a criminal investigation in Germany
VW says 11 million diesel cars have same software used to cheat in emissions tests in US
falsified emission tests in US results in billions wiped off the value of Volkswagen.
Voting has ended in third Greek election this year. Pope Francis has said mass in Havana
A sharp rise in tension between EU countries grappling with the migrants' crisis.
Croatia is latest country to say it can't cope with flow of migrants aiming for Europe.
The head of MI5 says advances in technology mean anti-terror laws should be updated.
Jeremy Corbyn has attempted to end the "theatrics" of Prime Minister's Questions
Unions say they'll lead anti-EU campaign if David Cameron waters down workers' rights
The veteran left-winger, John McDonnell, is made Shadow Chancellor.
Rail traffic from Austria to Germany has been stopped.
Jeremy Corbyn has been elected as the new leader of the Labour party, by a clear margin.