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The number of people out shopping in the UK on Saturday and Sunday fell by 4.1% compared with last year's August bank holiday weekend, retail researchers say.
A suicide bomb attack on a military facility in the southern Yemen city of Aden kills at least 40 people, officials say.
Yorkshire coach Jason Gillespie is to leave his role at the end of the season, the county confirm.
Migrants in Calais seeking asylum in the UK should be able to lodge their claim in France and not have to wait until they reach British soil, the region's president says.
An explosion hits a Brussels crime laboratory, causing "significant" damage but no casualties, Belgian media report.
Pokemon Go players have been involved in hundreds of police incidents since the gaming app phenomenon launched, the BBC learns.
Ex-shadow chancellor Ed Balls says Jeremy Corbyn's Labour leadership is a "leftist utopian fantasy, devoid of connection to the reality of people's lives".
Monday's papers consider China's growing involvement in UK industry including planned investment in nuclear power, while hopes are voiced that Britons can "fire up their bank holiday barbecues".
A team of six people complete a Nasa-funded Mars simulation in Hawaii, after living in a dome in near isolation for a year.
A ceasefire has come into effect in Colombia between the main leftist rebel group and the government, ending one of the world's longest insurgencies.
The health of patients is being put at risk because GPs are being forced to carry out complex consultations in 10 minutes or less, doctors are warning.
A team of six people have emerged from a Mars simulation in Hawaii, where they lived in near isolation for a year.
Every four years, people in Bavaria, southern Germany, stage the Muensing Ox Race - which draws crowds of thousands.
An IFS study says men still get paid more on average than women. But some have questioned if that's really what the numbers show.
The Facebook group where passengers cast a humorous eye on the behaviour of tram conductors.
Royal Navy warship HMS Daring is to be sent to the Gulf to support US carriers that are launching bombing raids on militants from the Islamic State group.
A test that can detect the stickiness of a key protein molecule could help diagnose the early stages of Parkinson's disease, a study from the University of Edinburgh suggests.
A 62-year-old man is arrested after allegedly filling a lubricant dispenser with hydrochloric acid at a gay club in Sydney.
Five schoolboys who applied to be the new managing team of the England football team meet the man who pipped them to the top job.
Broadcaster Melvyn Bragg has called for the government to follow the model of Team GB's Olympic success and invest in the north of England. BBC News asks which of the regions' strengths it should focus on?