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Zimbabwe's ruling party sacks Robert Mugabe as leader

Zimbabwe's Zanu-PF removes Robert Mugabe and gives him a day to resign as president.

Budget 2017: Plans to build 300,000 homes a year

The chancellor says he understands the difficulties young people have in saving for a deposit.

MP blames death threats on paper's headline

Conservative Anna Soubry was labelled a "mutineer" for planning to rebel on a key Brexit vote.

'Love has no border': Getting married at the US-Mexico border's 'door of hope'.

Every few months, US authorities open the gate to the fence separating the two countries and allow families to meet without a visa.

'A stranger ruined my life and wants to stab me'

Imre is being stalked by a stranger and police have warned they think she's plotting to stab him.

Singer and presenter Aled Jones denies 'inappropriate' behaviour

The Songs of Praise presenter apologised for "occasionally juvenile" actions more than a decade ago.

French policeman kills three and himself north of Paris

The 31-year-old used his service gun against his girlfriend, her family and passers-by near Paris.

Waddesdon air crash: Bodies recovered from crash site

Work continues to recover wreckage of the helicopter and plane from a wooded area in Aylesbury.

Bristol sailor dies in Clipper Round the World Race

Clipper Round the World Race team says Simon Speirs was swept overboard during gale force winds.

Lena Dunham sorry for comment on writer accused of sexual assault

The Girls star admits she was "naive" in supporting a colleague after a sexual assault claim.

Gaia Pope: Sister says teenager was 'light of my life'

Her family also praised the "compassion and humanity" of people who searched for the 19-year-old.

Morocco food stampede kills 15 and wounds many

The incident occurred as a charity aid was distributing aid in the town of Sidi Boulaalam.

Exeter couple finally ditch 1950s appliances

A tumble dryer, boiler, cooker and washing machine are all still in working order.

Bosnia's silent killer: The coal industry

The Balkan country has the world's second highest death rate caused by air pollution.

The surfer who has takes his sport in his stride

Pegleg takes surfing in his stride thanks to a prosthetic limb.

Lamborghini for a Pope and other stories you may have missed

Some stories you might have blinked and missed this week.

Your pictures: Rooftops

Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "rooftops".

The photographer who became a warrior

A photographer reveals how the stereotype of the "strong, black woman" led her to depression and how a warrior helped her accept her vulnerability.

Floods: How to stay safe when disaster strikes

Floods have been a deadly staple of 2017. But can you protect yourself against the natural disaster?

Eight-year-old Arena attack survivor goes back to karate

Eight-year-old Lily Harrison has recovered from her blast injuries and rejoined her club.

How clothes are helping to empower redheads

An optician sees inspiration in the MC1R gene and becomes a fashion designer for redheads.

Week in pictures: 11 - 17 November 2017

A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.

'Crying every day': Haitians could be sent home under Trump

Haitians granted protected status in the US face an uncertain future under the Trump administration.

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Blue Planet 2: How plastic is killing our sea creatures

The people behind Blue Planet 2 say there was rarely a time that they didn't come across plastic in the sea.

Hero rescuer who saved lives was swept to his death

Helicopter winchman Bill Deacon saved 10 lives in mountainous seas before losing his own.

Why some Germans look at Syrian refugees and see themselves

Arrivals from Syria have awakened old memories about what it means to flee.

Artists turned vegan skincare into big business

Jeff Kurosaki and Tara Pelletier set up their vegan skincare firm to fund their art, now it makes nearly $1m a year.

Has Bangladesh's piracy amnesty been a success?

Bangladesh claims to have cleared the world's largest mangrove forest of pirates, but is it sustainable, asks Masud Khan from BBC Bengali.

The Battle of Cambrai: 'We had a sense of victory for the first time'

The Battle of Cambrai showed how to break the deadlock on the Western Front - but at a terrible cost.

Brazil culture wars heat up

Katy Watson reports on how the growing polarisation in Brazilian society is affecting the arts.

Hearts 1-1 Partick Thistle

Kris Doolan scores the equaliser as Partick Thistle fight back to draw 1-1 and deny Hearts a winning return to Tynecastle.

Chris Coleman: Sunderland name ex-Wales boss as manager

Former Wales manager Chris Coleman is named as the boss of struggling Championship side Sunderland.

Tommy Fleetwood beats Justin Rose to Race to Dubai crown

Tommy Fleetwood beats fellow Englishman Justin Rose to the Race to Dubai title as Jon Rahm wins the season finale Tour Championship.

Rugby League World Cup: England 36-6 Papua New Guinea

England beat Papua New Guinea despite another error-strewn performance to set-up a World Cup semi-final against Tonga.

Women's Ashes: Katherine Brunt keeps England's hopes of drawing Australia series alive

Katherine Brunt stars with bat and ball as England - with the Women's Ashes gone - win their second Twenty20 international against Australia.



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