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The South Asian nation is facing its worst economic crisis since independence from the UK in 1948.
A crash involving five semi-trailers caused thousands of cans of beer to spill across the road.
In an impassioned UN speech, the Ukrainian leader calls for the creation of a special war tribunal.
Three men captured while fighting with Ukraine's military are among the five released.
The health secretary unveils plans to boost access - but doctors say they will have minimal impact.
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng is expected to announce a welfare shake-up to 'get Britain working again'.
As Australians hold a day of mourning, we look back on memorable moments from her trips down under.
Scotland's players took out the hurt from a disappointing June on Ukraine with a stunning performance at Hampden.
The Bank of England will announce its decision later with a seventh consecutive rise expected.
The erotic messages supposedly sent from women on some adult websites are often actually from men.
A rate increase for the voluntary scheme has been brought forward due to the rising cost of living.
Poker's rapid growth during the 2000s took the card game to new heights. Antonio Esfandiari was among its 'rock stars'.
Activists describe the conflict as "horrific" and don masks to spray messages on Russian streets.
Some businesses are giving staff incentives to get them back into the workplace.
An Indian initiative seeking to break down taboos has been simulating period pain in men.
Police in Huddersfield begin a murder investigation after the incident on Wednesday afternoon.
Scientists say they have slowed and partially reversed damage, marking a "new era" in the disease.
The US has been taking a keen interest in who Brazil picks as its next president. Why?
Harmanpreet Kaur hits a sublime 143 not out from 111 balls to guide India to an 88-run victory over England in the second one-day international at Canterbury.
Premiership club Wasps says the move "does not mean the business is in administration" but will provide "a crucial period of grace".