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Iraqi forces take over key buildings three weeks after a Kurdish independence referendum.
A Spanish judge orders the detention of two Catalan pro-independence leaders accused of sedition.
The president falsely claimed his predecessor had not contacted the families of fallen US soldiers.
Government critic Daphne Caruana Galizia dies in an attack the PM calls "barbaric".
The lawmaker whose state is ravaged by painkiller abuse is accused of being a drug industry stooge.
At least 31 people are dead in Portugal and three in Spain as dozens of wildfires spread.
Thousands are without power as the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia reaches the British Isles.
The approach of Hurricane Ophelia has brought strong winds that have fanned the flames.
The TV series Opposite Number was cancelled following a cyber-attack in 2014.
The 31-year-old US Army sergeant tells the court his conduct was "very inexcusable".
Since September, hundreds of people have descended on the streets of St Louis in protest. This is why.
Talks with US investment firm Colony Capital come after sex allegations about Harvey Weinstein.

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Talks with US investment firm Colony Capital come after sex allegations about Harvey Weinstein.
The failing Italian airline has received seven offers from interested companies.
The TV series Opposite Number was cancelled following a cyber-attack in 2014.
Crude prices rise as Iraqi forces capture territory from Kurds and the US mulls sanctions on Iran.
More than a million vehicles worldwide are being recalled over a potential airbag safety issue.
There has been a "pronounced" rise in debt among young people, the Financial Conduct Authority head warns.
Researchers have revealed details of a major problem with the way wi-fi data is protected.
Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley puts the Premier League club up for sale after a decade in charge at St James' Park.
US stocks close at fresh highs as investors prepare for a busy week of corporate news.
Potato varieties used to make crisps could be in short supply after a wet season hit farmers hard.
The carmaker says the 400 job losses at its Ellesmere Port factory are needed to stay competitive.
Oil giant Saudi Aramco dismisses reports the world's biggest share listing could be shelved.

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