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Roger Hearing analyses further the Presidential debate between the two main candidates.
Diver Blake Aldridge was at the top of his game when his diving partner was killed. (R)
Why won’t Hungary play by Europe’s rules?
The latest two minute news summary from BBC World Service.
The ESA lost contact with its Schiaparelli Mars lander – has it crashed? (R)
Battle for Mosul; South Africa protests; US presidential race
Battle for Mosul; Presidential race; Aberfan anniversary
Are plans afoot for clubs to breakaway from UEFA and create a new Champions League?
South Africa withdraws; Presidential race; Battle for Mosul
South Africa withdraws; Presidential banter; Battle for Mosul
Kirkuk attack; South Africa withdraws; Leftie snail
Is the growing resistance of infections to medicines the biggest threat facing humanity?
On 21st October 1966, tragedy struck a village in Wales when a landslide crushed a school
Has the "rainbow nation" lost its way?
South Africa says it is pulling out of the International Criminal Court
Kirkuk's governor says the situation is 'under control'
Election insights from Miami, where more than half the population are Hispanic.
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Are plans afoot for clubs to breakaway from UEFA and create a new Champions League? (R)
Many dead in IS counter-attack; South Africa withdraws from ICC; 50 years since Aberfan
Why won’t Hungary play by Europe’s rules? (R)
Are researchers now taking the ethics of artificial intelligence seriously?
BBC sports correspondents look ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixtures
A restaurateur in Kirkuk tells us about the militant attack his city
Canada's trade minister has walked out on talks for a free trade deal with the EU.
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Election insights from Miami, where more than half the population are Hispanic. (R)
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Mike Williams asks why we donate organs and explores whether in the future we’ll need to.
How many people die for every kilo of cocaine?
BBC Sport brings you all the latest stories and results from around the world.
Has the "rainbow nation" lost its way? (R)
Global business news, with live guests and contributions from Asia and the USA.
Stories from America's industrial rustbelt, the India/Pakistan border, Mexico and the CAR
Jim Maxwell returns after suffering a stroke, plus ghetto girl Stafanie Taylor.
What's been happening around the world and why it matters
Why is it so hard to end the violence in Syria?
A review of the week with the latest news.