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Boris Johnson says the UK can still leave the EU this month and will put a bill on his deal before MPs next week.
- Turkey's Erdogan vows to 'crush heads' of Kurdish fighters
The Turkish president says Kurdish-led forces must withdraw under the terms of a temporary truce.
- People's Vote march: Jubilant scenes on 'final say' Brexit protest
Supporters of the "People's Vote" cheered as MPs voted to withhold approval of the PM's deal.
- US astronauts complete first all-women spacewalk
Nasa astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir spent over seven hours outside the ISS.
- Cambridge professor readmitted after harassment
Ex-students say they are "staggered" the academic has been readmitted to Trinity Hall.
- Russia dam collapse at Siberia gold mine kills 15
Local officials open a criminal investigation over reports the dam was built illegally.
- Swiss election: Why melting Alps could create a green wave
Greens are hoping to come second in Sunday's Swiss elections, eyeing a climate change opportunity.
- England beat Australia in Rugby World Cup
England are into the World Cup semi-finals for the first time in 12 years as they ruthlessly dispatch old rivals Australia.
- Chile protests: Unrest in Santiago over metro fare increase
Protests sparked by a metro fare increase turn violent and spread across Santiago.
- North Macedonia calls snap election after EU talks setback
France led opposition to opening membership talks with North Macedonia in what many called a mistake.
- Iraqi man charged over deaths of migrants heading for Australia
Police said he was part of a smuggling operation which led to the deaths of over 350 people in 2001.
- Hong Kong protests: NBA fans join anti-China display
Spectators at a US basketball match don t-shirts and masks in support of the Hong Kong protests.
- Rugby World Cup: New Zealand overpower Ireland to reach semi-finals
Holders and tournament favourites New Zealand score seven tries in a 46-14 win over outplayed Ireland who fall at the quarter-final stage yet again.
- Juan Mata's Common Goal: Should more footballers sign up?
Juan Mata has persuaded 130 people to donate 1% of their salary to charity as part of his Common Goal project - but should more football figures be involved?
- Wedding caterers fined for salmonella-infected hog roast
Fifty-eight guests fell ill after eating the contaminated meat at Vicki and Phil Kemp's reception.
- Horses, handshakes and bad edits: The dos and don?ts of political photo-ops
After Kim Jong-un is pictured on horseback, here's how other world leaders have utilised the cameras.
- Nasa Mars 2020 Mission's MiMi Aung on women in space
At 16, MiMi Aung travelled alone to the US for an education. Now she's a project lead on Nasa's Mars mission.
- Females IN: The women's group inspired by the Chibok girls
Women discuss issues from domestic violence to career advice in the million-strong Facebook group.
- Week in Pictures: 12 to 18 October 2019
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
- Being a swing in The Lion King
Swing Deb˘rah Godchaser takes us behind the scenes as the show celebrates 20 years in London's West End.
- The man who fed the world
In 1970 Dr Norman Borlaug was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his pioneering work developing disease-resistant crops.
- Feeding ducks bread: Viral sign sparks anger and confusion
A sign has stirred up confusion and angry debate about whether or not ducks should eat bread.
- Fierce Australian dust storm turns day to night in seconds
Meteorologists say that as Australia's drought continues, the country will see more of such storms.
- Is the Trump campaign spending $1m a week on ads?
Elizabeth Warren made the claim and accused Facebook of taking cash, "no questions asked".
- 'A stray baseball cracked my skull'
Fans have been left permanently disabled or even killed by rogue baseballs. So what's to be done?