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Jack Bruce "lives on in his music", his family say after his death at 71 from liver disease
Jack Bruce, bassist from 1960s band Cream, has died aged 71, his publicist confirms
Fourth man from Portsmouth killed in Syria, named by his family as 19-year-old Muhammad Mehdi Hassan
Death toll from #Ebola epidemic rises to 4,922 out of 10,141 known cases - @WHO
The number of cases of Ebola has exceeded 10,000, the World Health Organization says
Iran, defying an international campaign, hangs a woman who killed a man she said was trying to sexually abuse her
Two-year-old girl, the first case of Ebola in Mali, dies in western city of Kayes, reports say
Johann Lamont will stand down as Scottish Labour Party leader, BBC Scotland understands
At least 2 people dead including gunman & several injured after shooting in school near #Seattle in US state of Washington
Second US nurse, Amber Vinson declared free of #Ebola virus, @emoryhealthcare says
"We are fully prepared to handle #Ebola", New York's mayor on city's first #Ebola case
New York's mayor is giving an update on the condition of the city's first #Ebola case - watch live here:
US nurse Nina Pham says she's "fortunate and blessed" to have recovered from #Ebola virus
EC President Barroso calls for "objectivity & honesty" over £1.7bn bill from EU that UK is refusing to pay
Death toll from car bomb attack on soldiers in Sinai, #Egypt climbs to at least 25, security officials say
Car bomb attack by suspected jihadists kills at least 17 Egyptian soldiers at checkpoint in Sinai, officials say
Dallas nurse Nina Pham declared free of Ebola, to be released from hospital, US health officials say
Lorry driver cleared of causing death of 18-year-old woman on hen party in crash in West Yorkshire last year
Firefighters in England to strike for four days from 31 October in row over pensions, union says
EU budget row raises questions about way EU is run & treatment of Britain is "appalling", David Cameron says
Prime Minister David Cameron says EU's demand for £1.7bn from UK is "completely unacceptable"
#Ebola vaccines could be used on the frontline in West Africa as soon as December, @WHO says
Hundreds of thousands of Ebola vaccine doses could reach Africa by mid-2015, World Health Organization says
UK supermarket #Asda faces mass legal action over equal pay for women (via @bbckamal)
EU ministers to hold emergency budget meeting after UK objects to bill for extra £1.7bn, Downing Street says
At least 6 killed when security forces storm house in Tunis to end stand-off with militants
Tunisian security forces storm house in Tunis suburb to end stand-off with armed militants
UK economy grew by 0.7% from July to September, @ONS estimates
Two people charged with plotting to murder mother-of-five Pennie Davis, stabbed to death in New Forest, UK
Man from Portsmouth charged with preparation of terrorism acts in UK
Sweden calls off its week-long search for suspected submarine in the sea south of Stockholm
Doctor Craig Spencer tests positive for Ebola - the first in New York
US doctor who recently returned from West Africa tests positive for Ebola virus in New York - US media
EU aims to boost renewable energy use to 27%
European Union leaders reach landmark deal to cut greenhouse emissions by 40% by 2030
Mali confirms first case of Ebola in the country, as two-year-old girl tests positive
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond considering standing for Westminster seat at the UK general election next year, he tells BBC
Canada's police reveal Zehaf-Bibeau: - acted alone - delayed passport application possible motive - had radical links
Canadian police show CCTV footage of #Ottawa suspect's movements during attack
#Ottawa suspect Zehaf-Bibeau had applied for passport; Canadian police say he planned to go to Syria
Canadian police say #Ottawa suspect Zehaf-Bibeau was not one of 90 "high risk" people under investigation
Investigators searching Royal Protection officer's home address after ammunition found in Buckingham Palace grounds
Arrested officer is from unit responsible for protecting Royal Household but is not assigned to guard any individual member of Royal Family.
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Met officer arrested after police ammunition found in personal lockers in a dedicated police building in grounds of Buckingham Palace.
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Canadian PM Stephen Harper "deeply troubled" that Canadian citizen carried out #Ottawa attack
Standing ovation for Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers as Canadian Parliament meets after attack
Queen "shocked and saddened" by shootings in #Ottawa
"We are sorry" - mother of #OttawaShootings suspect Zehaf-Bibeau tells @AP she is crying for the victims, not her son
Canadian police satisfied there was only 1 gunman in #OttawaShootings & there's "no longer a threat to public safety"