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A stand-off involving armed police and a man thought to be in possession of "dangerous items" at a home in north-west London enters its third day.
Suzanne Evans announces her candidacy for the leadership of UKIP, saying she would make the party the "common sense centre" of politics.
At least one person has been killed and two injured after multiple blasts in a park area of the Japanese city of Utsunomiya, officials say.
Large banks are set to relocate out of the UK early next year over fears around Brexit, says the boss of the British Bankers' Association.
Seventy migrant children from Calais, including the first group without relatives in Britain being brought to the UK under the so-called Dubs amendment, arrive in the country.
Chris Mannion, a volunteer at the Imperial War Museum North, discovered his grandfather was part of the small unit which captured Heinrich Himmler.
British Cycling will be exonerated over allegations of wrongdoing, says its former technical director Shane Sutton.
US telecoms giant AT&T announces that it will buy entertainment group Time Warner for nearly $86bn (£70bn), but the deal still needs regulators' approval.
Crowds celebrate in Chicago after the Cubs beat the Los Angeles Dodgers to reach the baseball World Series for the first time since 1945.
Doctors' leaders are calling for the urgent introduction of a 24-hour helpline for prescription drug dependence.
Claims of a royal row over the future role of Prince Andrew's daughters and reports banks are set to relocate after the Brexit vote attract headlines on Sunday.
Company directors could be fined up to £500,000 if their business is behind nuisance phone calls, under government moves to clamp down on the problem.
Panorama has gone undercover in Istanbul and found evidence that Syrian refugee children are making clothes for leading British brands.
Poles prepare to fight their corner to defend freedom of movement as EU countries gear up for Brexit negotiations with the UK.
Turkey insists that it cannot remain idle during the fight to drive militants from so-called Islamic State from the Iraqi city of Mosul.
Oscar-winning actor Mark Rylance explains why he is unlikely to perform at the RSC while BP remains among its sponsors.
The UK is to send about 30 soldiers to join the Nato force in Kosovo next year, Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon says.
An 1846 short story about a horrific revenge is perhaps the unlikeliest social media trend of the moment.
The Netflix drama, Narcos, about the infamous Colombian drug trafficker Pablo Escobar, cites a shocking statistic on the human cost of the drugs trade. But is it true?
What is it like being a midwife specialising in baby deaths?