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10 things to know about sleep as the clocks go back
The clocks are about to go back in the UK. How does sleep affect our lives?
Tanzania deports lawyers accused of 'promoting homosexuality'
Police in Dar es Salaam accuse the group of 'promoting homosexuality' - a charge the lawyers deny.
UK submariners dismissed after drugs tests
Nine men were dismissed from duty from HMS Vigilant - which carries the Trident nuclear deterrent.
Under-17 World Cup final: Jubilant England players gatecrash interview
England's Under-17 World Cup winners gatecrash manager Steve Cooper and goalscorer Phil Foden's interview after a sensational performance in the final.
Asia's largest gay pride parade held in Taiwan
Taiwan's LGBT community are celebrating progress towards gay marriage and equality rights.
Somalia Mogadishu: Explosions rock capital
The Mogadishu bombings are claimed by al-Shabaab militants, two weeks after a blast killed hundreds.
Syria conflict: Siege leaves children starving near Damascus
Children living in a besieged area near the capital Damascus face a daily struggle for food.
US fishermen hope for Trump lifeline
Global competition has some fishermen in South Carolina looking to Trump for help.
Brazil Amazon: Troops deployed after attack on federal buildings
The authorities say hundreds of illegal gold miners acted in revenge after their boats were seized.
Premier League results: Man City & Man Utd win, Crystal Palace draw
Both Manchester clubs continue their dominance at the top of the Premier League, as Crystal Palace snatch a 97th-minute equaliser.