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Republic of Ireland produce a stunning win over Germany to leave automatic qualification for Euro 2016 in their own hands.
Helping Kalimantan amid forest fires
A new cross-party group campaigning for the UK's exit from the EU launches with a clear message: "Vote leave - take control."
Four Russian cruise missiles fired at Syria from the Caspian Sea on Wednesday landed in Iran, unnamed US officials say, but Russia insists they all hit their targets.
Scotland's hopes of reaching Euro 2016 are over after Robert Lewandowski scores a stoppage-time leveller for Poland.
Northern Ireland qualify for the Euro 2016 finals - their first major tournament since 1986 - by beating Greece 3-1 at Windsor Park.
Jurgen Klopp is appointed Liverpool's new manager, with the former Borussia Dortmund boss signing a three-year deal.
Federal Reserve minutes revealed it believed that the US economy could have coped with an interest rate rise.
Spencer Stone, hailed as a hero after an attack on a French train, is stabbed in Sacramento, California.
A number of medals awarded to Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton raise £585,000 at a London auction.
Fifa provisionally suspends president Sepp Blatter, secretary general Jerome Valcke and Uefa chief Michel Platini for 90 days.
Former Pimco bond trader Bill Gross is suing his former employer for wrongful dismissal and claiming $200m in damages.
England's Steven Finn takes four wickets in a warm-up game to press claims for a place in the first Test against Pakistan.
A BBC team has been granted rare access inside the reclusive state of North Korea.
Rescued yachtsman Julian Mustoe, 82, speaks of his ordeal
A law proposing the ban of smoking in cars carrying children passes its first hurdle in the Scottish Parliament.
The first drug to slow the decline in patients with primary-progressive multiple sclerosis has been reported.
Any claims the woman accused of Becky Watts' murder was ignorant of the teenager's gruesome death are a "ridiculous concept", a jury hears.
Chelsea and Arsenal are fined £40,000 and £30,000 after failing to control their players at Stamford Bridge.
The BBC is to stream live coverage of an e-gaming contest for the first time