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Morocco food stampede kills 15 and wounds many

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

Zimbabwe's ruling party sacks Robert Mugabe as leader

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

Moyes' West Ham reign starts with defeat at Watford

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David Moyes' West Ham reign begins with a 2-0 Premier League defeat by upwardly mobile Watford at Vicarage Road.

Ex-Wales boss Coleman appointed Sunderland manager

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

Top Stories in last day

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Thousands run in Delhi 'smogathon'

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Air pollution levels were eight times the safe level and doctors wanted the half marathon postponed.

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

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

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Dancing breaks out at Zanu-PF headquarters

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People sing and celebrate as Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe is sacked as ruling party leader.

Fleetwood pips Rose to Race to Dubai title as Rahm wins Tour Championship

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

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Zimbabwe's Zanu-PF meets to decide Mugabe future

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The president's closest allies turn against him as pressure builds for him to step down.

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England reach rugby league cup semi-finals

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

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Brunt and Gunn keep alive hopes of drawn Women's Ashes series

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

David Cassidy: Ex-Partridge Family star suffers organ failure

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He is reported to require a liver transplant and has kidney problems.

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Argentina missing submarine: Satellite signals detected

The Argentine naval submarine went missing on Wednesday with 44 crew on board

US nuclear chief would resist 'illegal' presidential strike order

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Gen John Hyten says that instead he would work to agree a legal alternative with a president.

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Palestinians 'could freeze US ties' over Washington office closure

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The US says the Palestinians can't have an office if they pursue Israelis at an international court.

Jones revels in England's victory over Australia - reaction & highlights

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England coach Eddie Jones dismisses claims his side were lucky after a series of tight calls in their 30-6 victory over Australia.

Invincibles in waiting? Man City 'best team in Europe', says Puel

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Could Pep Guardiola's Manchester City be the first team to win 100 points in the Premier League?

José Manuel Maza: Spain's attorney general dies aged 66

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José Manuel Maza led efforts to charge Catalan leaders over the recent independence referendum.

Zimbabweans gather for 'death of a dynasty'

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Thousands in Zimbabwe have gathered to celebrate the army's takeover of the country.

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Man City eight points clear after dominant win at Leicester

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Manchester City produce yet another dominant performance to win at Leicester and maintain their eight-point Premier League lead.

Saturday, Nov 18

Zimbabwe crowds rejoice as they demand end to Mugabe rule

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Pressure grows on President Mugabe to stand aside, with crowds marching on his office and residence.

Zimbabwe: 'Freedom has finally come to Zimbabwe'

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There is widespread jubilation in the capital Harare, as people take to the streets calling on President Mugabe to stand down.

Argentina missing navy submarine: Search stepped up

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A Nasa research plane joins the search for the vessel, now missing in the Atlantic for three days.

Murray splits with coach Lendl for second time

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Andy Murray announces he and coach Ivan Lendl "mutually agree" to end their working relationship.

Friday, Nov 17

Zimbabwe latest: Ruling Zanu-PF urges Mugabe to step down

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Pressure builds on the embattled president to stand aside, with a big protest planned for Saturday.

Zimbabwe latest: Embattled Mugabe in first public appearance

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The Zimbabwean president leaves house arrest to attend a university graduation ceremony.

Trump attacks Senator Al Franken after grope allegation

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Mr Trump takes aim at the Democratic senator but remains silent on allegations against Roy Moore.

Zimbabwe latest: Mugabe 'resisting calls to resign'

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The military says it is "engaging" with the president and has made progress in targeting "criminals".

Thursday, Nov 16

Miss Iraq and Miss Israel selfie strikes a nerve

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When Iraq and Israel beauty contestants posted a photo together on social media, reaction was very mixed.

Old Vic reveals 20 Kevin Spacey allegations

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The theatre apologised for not having a culture where people could "speak freely".

Zimbabwe latest: Mugabe in crunch talks over his future

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As talks are held to resolve the crisis, Zimbabwe opposition leader says Robert Mugabe must resign.

Five things

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Five things you need to know about the background to Zimbabwe's political crisis.

Wednesday, Nov 15

Zimbabwe takeover seems like a coup, African Union says

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The military moves to seize power, with veteran President Robert Mugabe under house arrest.

Zimbabwe's Mugabe 'under house arrest' after army takeover

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As Zimbabwe's army takes control, South Africa's leader says the president is at home and "fine".

Zimbabwe crisis: Army takes over, says Mugabe is safe

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President Mugabe's situation is unclear, with gunfire heard in the Harare suburbs where he lives.

Australians decisively support same-sex marriage

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It was a non-binding poll but Australia's PM has promised to act on the result by Christmas.

Tuesday, Nov 14

Zimbabwe: Army chief accused of 'treasonable conduct'

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General Chiwenga had said the army could intervene to halt a purge within the governing party.

Senate committee questions Trump nuclear authority

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One senator says they are concerned the "volatile" US president could launch a nuclear strike.

Justice Dept weighs inquiry into Clintons and Uranium One

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The US attorney general looks into "alleged unlawful dealings related to the Clinton Foundation".

Iran earthquake survivors plead for help as death toll rises

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About 12,000 homes collapsed in the quake, the BBC learns, leaving thousands out in the cold.