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A United Nations inquiry has found Syrian government forces responsible for another toxic gas attack, this time in Syria's Idlib province in March 2015.
Islamic State fighters have carried out a brazen raid on the Iraqi city of Kirkuk, in an attempt to divert attention from the huge offensive against the group's stronghold of Mosul.
At least 55 people have been killed and almost 600 injured after a packed passenger train derailed in Cameroon.
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Shailene Woodley has written an article "telling the truth" about her arrest for protesting against the Dakota oil pipeline.
Fashion designer Richard Nicoll has died in Australia at the age of 39.
Cher is back on the road next year for a series of US performances, saying that, at 70, she "can't imagine not working".
Two new Prince albums - including a collection of previously unreleased songs - are on the way.
Nico Rosberg ended the opening day of the US GP fastest of all as Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo split the championship leader and Lewis Hamilton on the Practice Two timesheet.
The funeral of Irish rugby star Anthony Foley has taken place at his home town of Killaloe in County Clare.
Antonio Conte feels Chelsea are still feeling something of a hangover from their disappointing 2015-16 Premier League campaign.
Jose Mourinho says he has "no bad feelings" about his Chelsea departure and insists the club cannot "delete" him from their history.
The failure of talks to agree a free trade deal between Canada and the EU has cast doubt on whether the UK can achieve the same after Brexit.
McDonald's served up better than expected sales in its latest quarter as the fast food giant showed signs that a turnaround plan was gaining traction.
Autumn leaves will delay the return of 33 Gatwick Express services previously axed, a railway company has said.
Burberry has refused to comment on reports of a potential merger with a US rival.