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There is a "state of unease" in the UK medical profession that risks affecting patients, the GMC warns.
West Ham say they will issue life bans to any supporters involved in the crowd disturbances during their EFL Cup win over Chelsea.
Hundreds of migrants remain at the Calais "Jungle" camp, including about 100 minors without beds.
Barclays sets aside an extra £600m to meet PPI claims as it reports a rise in quarterly profits.
England will host the 2021 World Cup after being selected ahead of a rival joint bid from the United States and Canada.
Heathrow's third runway could involve planes taking off from a "ramp" over a motorway. How would this work, asks Harry Low.
Two strong earthquakes hit central Italy, damaging buildings and sending people into the streets.
The winner of the Great British Bake Off and UK troops deploying to Estonia in a bid to deter Russian aggression make Thursday's headlines.
This year's Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal promotes recognition of younger veterans and serving soldiers.
The world's largest smartphone maker Samsung sees its operating profit plunge by 30%, pulled down by the recall of its Note 7 flagship phone.
A Chinese sailor trying to break the world record for crossing the Pacific alone goes missing near Hawaii.
With 12 days to go, Donald Trump touts his new Washington DC hotel, Hillary Clinton celebrates her 69th birthday with Adele and talks Death Row chic.
Radio presenters Chris Evans and Nick Grimshaw both lose listeners in the latest industry figures.
Sixth-form colleges in England are offering fewer courses because of financial pressures, a study finds.
Orla Guerin goes inside one of Islamic State's tunnel networks.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany asked to be substituted in the EFL Cup defeat by Manchester United because he was "tired", says boss Pep Guardiola.
Somali-Americans are tired of seeing themselves portrayed as terrorists. A new film tries to challenge stereotypes.
Arab men are being targeted by blackmailers who trick them into them masturbating on webcams - then make them pay for it.
As Cambridge celebrates the life and work of one its most famous musical sons, BBC News looks at the legacy Syd Barrett left in the city and beyond.
Kosovan Albanians' adulation for Bill and Hillary Clinton persists years after Nato's military intervention, finds the BBC's Guy Delauney - but is it justified?