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Officials say the number of casualties could rise after more than 150 homes are destroyed.
Seven severe flood warnings are in place amid travel problems after flooding that claimed a woman's life.
It is their first public event together since Harry said he and William were on "different paths".
The ex-New York mayor files paperwork to take part in the Democratic primary election in Alabama.
Miranda Richardson and Toby Jones will take part in a marathon performance for Remembrance Sunday.
But a previous Conservative pledge to recruit an extra 5,000 GPs by 2020 is not close to being met.
From pacts to promises, resignations and launches, here's this week's lowdown.
An Amsterdam-based researcher has created an initiative to spot suicidal Chinese social media users.
What opinion polls can really tell you in the run-up to the general election.
He was greeted by supporters outside the prison where he was held on corruption charges.
Berliners recall how illegal raves helped reunite their city and country after the fall of the wall.
The former X Factor star returns with her first new solo material in five years.
A selection of some striking news photographs taken around the world this week.
A new memorial will honour the soldiers who suffered terrible facial injuries during World War One.
A 17-year-old is accused of murdering Hakim Sillah at a youth offending service event in Uxbridge.
He argued he should be free because his heart briefly stopped, but Iowa judges are not convinced.
Like many others in the UK, Chantelle and her boyfriend Tevin had to keep living together after they’d split up.
Women have been at the forefront of Lebanon's protests. But some complain they’re attracting attention for their looks, not their message.
The UK is spending millions on skincare products promising to improve acne - we spoke to the experts about what works and what doesn’t.
Three people describe what it's like to survive a hit-and-run.