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Devotees gather in India and Pakistan for the 550th birthday of Sikhism's founder Guru Nanak.
BBC Radio 5 Live asked people in the town what they care about ahead of the general election on 12 December.
Manager Gareth Southgate compares his squad to "a family", saying arguments were inevitable after Raheem Sterling's confrontation with Joe Gomez.
Roger Federer recovers from his opening round-robin defeat to beat Italy's Matteo Berrettini in straight sets at the ATP Finals.
Joseph McCann is accused of 37 offences against 11 women and children over three days.
Tony Blair leads tributes to the former health secretary, calling him a man of the "highest calibre".
Dozens of rockets hit Israel after Palestinian Islamic Jihad vows to avenge Baha Abu al-Ata's death.
Zia Uddin is found guilty of rape and sexually assaulting four girls at the Kingston Primark store.
Ex-British Cycling and Team Sky coach Shane Sutton is a "doper with a doping history", a medical tribunal is told.
Gareth Southgate says the "disagreement" between Raheem Sterling & Joe Gomez is over after the duo took part in England training at St George's Park on Tuesday.
A new trailer for the Sonic The Hedgehog movie has been released after fans hated original design.
Sarah Barrass and Brandon Machin murdered the two teenagers and conspired to kill four other children.
Presenter Rylan Clark-Neal is taking on his biggest challenge to date. A 24-hour karaoke challenge for Children in Need.
Plastic is building up in the areas of the ocean where fish feed and grow, according to research.
A draft copy of a review into the project says it might cost even more than its current price of £88bn.
Hollister scores incredible one-handed touchdown for the Seahawks in win against the San Francisco 49ers
Watch Jacob Hollister score an incredible one-handed touchdown for the Seattle Seahawks as their 27-24 win condemns the high-flying San Francisco 49ers to their first loss of the season.
Wales will be without centre Jonathan Davies for the 2020 Six Nations after he was ruled out by knee surgery following the World Cup.
The pink-coloured financial paper names Roula Khalaf to replace long-serving editor Lionel Barber.
The party says the "large-scale" DDoS attack failed, but it had affected some campaign activities.
Why a Malaysian exam question thrust the spotlight on London-based paraglider Laura Melissa Williams.