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A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Anna Foster and Tony Livesey.
People are moved from the 'Jungle' migrant camp in Calais before demolition.
Commemorations are held in South Wales to mark the 50th anniversary of Aberfan.
Theresa May talks Brexit with the other European leaders for the first time.
Scientists receive a transmission from their small robot attempting to land on Mars.
It's revealed that a final decision on airports expansion is at least a year away.
Team GB and Paralympics GB parade through Manchester to celebrate their success in Rio.
Ched Evans is acquitted of raping a 19-year-old woman in a hotel room in 2011.
The SNP sets out plans for another Scottish independence referendum.
MPs debate if parliament should be able to scrutinise discussions about leaving the EU.
A report says the death of a schoolboy was potentially predictable and avoidable.
Anna Foster is live from the US-Mexico border as we countdown to next month's US election.
UKIP MEP Mike Hookem denies punching his colleague Steven Woolfe.
Ukip leadership contender Steven Woolfe is hospitalised after an altercation.
Theresa May positions the Conservatives as new party of 'ordinary, working class people'.
Jeremy Hunt announces plans to train hundreds more doctors every year from 2018.
The chancellor abandons plans to bring the budget back into surplus by 2020.
One person dies and many more are injured following a train crash in New Jersey.
Jeremy Corbyn says Labour's central aim must be to return to government.
Sam Allardyce meets with officials from the FA to discuss his future as England manager.
The shadow chancellor promises a rise in the 'real living wage' under a Labour government.
Two men are cleared of raping and killing a British schoolgirl in Goa eight years ago.
Syria's president Assad insists his forces aren't besieging Aleppo.
All 193 countries of the UN have signed a declaration to rid the world of superbugs.
The UN suspends aid convoys in Syria after an attack on its lorries near Aleppo.
US Police arrest a man in connection with a number of bombings over the weekend.
A 21-year-old man has been jailed for life for murdering an imam in Rochdale.
Theresa May has approved Britain's first new nuclear power plant in twenty years.
British travellers are grounded by a French air traffic controller strike.
Campaigners push for public inquiry into the 1984 Orgreave miners' strike.