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Serbia are awarded a 3-0 walkover against Albania after their Euro 2016 qualifier was abandoned but lose three points.
Asda, the UK's second largest retailer, is facing a mass legal action over equal pay by women who work in their stores.
A Burmese journalist taken into detention while covering clashes near the Thai border is shot dead while trying to escape, the army says.
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A mother poisoned herself and her two young daughters by drinking acid after struggling to get on with her in-laws, an inquest hears.
Plaid Cymru MPs could hold the balance of power after next year's general election, party leader Leanne Wood tells its conference.
Scotland's financial watchdog flags up concerns about the accounts of three Scottish health boards.
The family of Ashya King say they will not yet return to the UK following his treatment in Prague as they do not feel safe to do so.
A "paranoid and controlling" former policeman is jailed for at least 28 years for killing his partner, who was stabbed 81 times.
A County Armagh farmer who tried to use a forged will to inherit most of a £1m estate from an elderly woman has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Barcelona coach Luis Enrique says striker Luis Suarez will make his debut for the club against Real Madrid on Saturday.
Health officials in New York are seeking people who may have come into contact with a doctor infected with Ebola in West Africa.
Europe's biggest football clubs consider asking Fifa to hold the 2022 World Cup in May to avoid the intense summer heat.
Andy Murray boosts his hopes of qualifying for the ATP Finals with a hard-fought win over Kevin Anderson at the Valencia Open.
Ashya King's father said his son "has really come along" while under going proton beam therapy in Prague.
The impact of public funding cuts on museums is to be reviewed by a panel of experts to try to ensure collections are protected.
Millions of doses of an Ebola vaccine will be produced by the end of 2015, the World Health Organization has announced.
David Cameron insists the UK will not pay £1.7bn demanded by the European Union by 1 December, condemning it as "appalling".
The Scottish government announces plans to reduce the country's drink-drive limit in time for Christmas, making the limit lower than in England.
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