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Another football World Cup is about to kick off - one that includes funny looking ping pong tables and football freestylers.
Lewis Hamilton says Formula 1 title rival Sebastian Vettel has received too much criticism this year.
Bollywood's Tanushree Dutta tells Newsbeat her sexual harassment allegations 10 years ago were ignored.
Company founder Richard Branson says the company is "tantalisingly close" to its first trip.
Russia's Bumblebee wins the first breaking gold medal for boys with a dominant performance at the Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires.
Authorities evacuate about 10,000 people after explosions at an ammo dump to the north-east of Kiev.
More men are coming forward for help thanks to celebrities speaking out about their own experiences.
Former Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick says he suffered from depression for two years after the Reds lost to Barcelona in the 2009 Champions League final.
The show, billed as "the new Big Brother", will be remade by Netflix internationally.
New Orleans Saints' game against Washington Redskins is temporarily stopped to celebrate Drew Brees breaking Peyton Manning's record.
Amid boardroom chats about Novichok and comments about rubber suits, Salisbury FC are helping a city recover from an international scandal.
Your morning briefing for 9 October 2018.