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Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff is to miss the Brazilian Grand Prix, the first time he has been absent from a race since joining Mercedes in 2013.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson produces a sensational 47-yard scoring run in the NFL's top plays of the week.
The sporting stars spoke to BBC Breakfast's Sally Nugent about what life is like being the top three male tennis players
The body of ex-British Army officer James Le Mesurier is found near his office in Istanbul.
BBC says a production mistake led to BBC Breakfast showing footage of Boris Johnson laying a wreath in 2016.
Scotland's defensive options are diminished further as Leeds United centre-half Liam Cooper pulls out of the squad through injury.
Four players are withdrawn from the England Women's squad preparing for Tuesday's friendly against Czech Republic.
The Royal British Legion calls for a pause in our busy lives, 100 years after the first two-minute silence.
Pyrotechnics went off above a war memorial as hundreds of people observed the two-minute silence.
Official statistics show the economy avoided recession after GDP grew by 0.3% in the third quarter.
After, which is based on a piece of One Direction fan fiction, beat several major Hollywood titles.
Politicians have been criticised for skirting questions on whether climate change is worsening a crisis.
Eintracht Frankfurt captain David Abraham shoulder barges Freiburg manager Christian Streich, sparking a brawl in which two red cards were shown.
West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini will be given the chance to turn round the club's alarming slump in form.
Hundreds of homes have been flooded with about 1,200 evacuated amid persistent rainfall.
The Oscar-winning filmmaker and artist and his team photographed more than 75,000 Year 3 children.
Former Liverpool striker and MOTD2 pundit Peter Crouch explains why some Reds fans are not getting carried away after Sunday’s win over title rivals Manchester City.
England's form has tailed off since reaching the World Cup semi-final - what can manager Phil Neville do to turn it around?
Your morning briefing for 11 November 2019.
Research reveals the extent of bullying in the UK and explores the behaviour behind it.