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A gorilla that escaped from its enclosure at London Zoo drank five litres of undiluted blackcurrant squash before being returned to his den.
Republican Donald Trump refuses to commit to accepting the election result if he loses, in the final TV debate against Hillary Clinton.
Inter Milan's ultras say club captain Mauro Icardi is "dead" to them because of a passage in his autobiography.
At least four people are killed as Super Typhoon Haima batters into the Philippines, with hundreds of thousands evacuated from their homes.
A 32-year-old special forces officer has died of his wounds after he was shot during a raid on the home of a man linked to a far-right movement.
Photography brand Kodak reveals a smartphone that takes its name and looks from a 1941 camera.
Residents of Mosul plea to be kept out of harm's way as a major military campaign to recapture the Iraqi city from so-called Islamic State gathers pace.
The BBC's Ros Atkins looks at whether Brexit will be high on the agenda during UK PM Theresa May's first EU summit.
Ayman Oghanna meets some of the soldiers preparing for the offensive to retake Mosul in northern Iraq.
The Sydney coastline has been enlivened by the annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition, this year featuring a gigantic flip flop and an upside down rhino.
A group of women in northern India are leading a campaign against wearing the veil, breaking centuries of tradition.
Composer David Teie has released an album just for cats. It has already reached number 1 in the charts.
Donald Trump's "woman problem" probably wasn't helped by a comment he made during Wednesday's debate.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton argue over Russia's role in the US election during their third and final presidential debate.
In a major theatre project, female playwrights from seven countries have given voice to women who face practical obstacles and cultural pressures when it comes to having children - from questions around abortions to inadequate access to healthcare.