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The daughter of a late British baron, Maria Aurora Moynihan, is shot dead in Manila, where authorities are fighting a deadly war on drugs.
Dates for parades to celebrate the success of Great Britain's Olympic and Paralympic athletes at the Rio 2016 Games are announced.
Jeremy Corbyn will put Labour on a general election footing if he is re-elected leader, the BBC learns.
Three Australian men stuck on Uluru are rescued early on Tuesday after a delicate 11-hour operation involving helicopters and rock climbing equipment.
A group of foster care workers vote to form the first ever trade union for the profession, amid concerns over their employment rights and pay.
The Lib Dems are prepared to raise taxes to fund an NHS "that meets the needs of everyone", Tim Farron is to tell his party's annual conference.
Republican Donald Trump decries New York bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami getting medical treatment after a bloody shootout with police.
North Korea carries out a "successful" ground test of a new rocket engine to launch satellites, state media says, the latest in a series of missile-related tests.
Hollywood actor Jim Carrey is sued for allegedly obtaining drugs under a false name for his ex-girlfriend, who died of an overdose last year.
Olympic stars are the latest targets of computer hackers believed to have high-level backing in Russia, the BBC's Andrei Soshnikov reports.
Views from outside London Fashion week on gender blending and unisex clothing.
Bold health claims have been made for the power of turmeric. Is there anything in them, asks Michael Mosley.
Investigators are assembling details about the bombing in New York – and are building a case against the suspect.