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Jupiter had been the "moon king" for some 20 years.
"A quagmire of mediocrity" or "the only crisis is an injury crisis" - how bad is it at Manchester United and is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer safe from the sack?
It is believed the whale - thought to up to 10 metres (33ft) in length - made a navigational error.
Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is set to miss the rest of 2019 with a dislocated elbow but does not need surgery, the club said.
A care worker recalls the moment a 15-year-old arrived at a home, alone and late at night.
Rapper Krept was injured backstage at a BBC Radio 1Xtra live event in Birmingham.
Shortlisted entries for the Royal Society of Biology Photography Competition.
Glentoran forward Darren Murray is sent off during their game against Cliftonville, after ignoring the referee's instruction to leave the pitch at the nearest point.
Rugby World Cup organisers are monitoring a powerful typhoon forming to the south of Japan which could bring fierce winds and torrential rain.
Everton midfielder Fabian Delph withdraws from the England squad and will miss the Euro 2020 qualifiers in the Czech Republic and Bulgaria.
The pullout opens the way for a Turkish operation in northern Syria, angering Kurdish forces there.
Stephen Hepburn, the Jarrow MP, is alleged to have targeted a party member at a curry house in 2005.
Boris Johnson says EU leaders have not offered specific criticism of his Irish border proposals.
Lord Pentland says he must trust Boris Johnson to write a letter to the EU requesting an extension if no deal is agreed.
Talks continued this weekend, but an ambush planned for Monday is put on ice.
The large artwork is criticised for looking like marshmallows or unsightly parts of human anatomy.
Boris Johnson says he is prepared to seek the help of the White House to bring Anne Sacoolas to the UK.
TV watchdog Ofcom has "serious concerns" over what the BBC published about the Naga Munchetty row.
Iraqis feel cheated by the system in place since the fall of Saddam Hussein, says Renad Mansour.
Three scientists who discovered how cells adapt to oxygen share the prize for physiology or medicine.