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1 Mexico earthquake: Children killed at collapsed primary school

Mexico earthquake: Children killed at collapsed primary school

Tuesday's huge quake killed at least 223 people, including children at a school in the capital.
2 Court ruling not needed to withdraw care, judge says

Court ruling not needed to withdraw care, judge says

Court consent will not be needed to remove nutrition from patients in a permanent vegetative state.
3 Dangerous cycling law review after death crash

Dangerous cycling law review after death crash

Dangerous driving laws could be extended to cycling after crashes which killed pedestrians.
4 Hurricane Maria: Whole of Puerto Rico without power

Hurricane Maria: Whole of Puerto Rico without power

Hurricane Maria has knocked out electricity for the entire island, home to more than 3.5m people.
5 Hurricane Maria knocks out power in Puerto Rico

Hurricane Maria knocks out power in Puerto Rico

The powerful storm has cut off electricity to 3.5 million people.
6 Ryanair pilots reject bonus to work through cancellation crisis

Ryanair pilots reject bonus to work through cancellation crisis

Pilots had been offered cash to work extra days after the airline was forced to cancel thousands of flights.
7 Mark Sampson sacked as England women's manager

Mark Sampson sacked as England women's manager

Mark Sampson is sacked as England women's manager following evidence of "unacceptable" behaviour with female players in a previous role.
8 UK threatens to withhold United Nations funding

UK threatens to withhold United Nations funding

Up to 30% of the core funding will depend on the organisation being more efficient and transparent.
9 Islamic State 'execution' stopped by RAF drone in Syria

Islamic State 'execution' stopped by RAF drone in Syria

This is the moment an RAF drone stopped a public killing staged by so-called Islamic State in Syria.
10 The RAF has killed more than 3,000 IS fighters in Iraq and Syria

The RAF has killed more than 3,000 IS fighters in Iraq and Syria

The UK's campaign against Islamic State in Iraq began in 2014, and in Syria the following year.
11 Nine million people still make or receive calls while driving

Nine million people still make or receive calls while driving

A survey by the RAC suggests 23% make or receive calls illegally - but the number is falling.
12 Canada MP sorry for Catherine McKenna 'climate Barbie' remark

Canada MP sorry for Catherine McKenna 'climate Barbie' remark

Conservative Gerry Ritz apologised over a remark he aimed at environment minister Catherine McKenna.
13 Cathedral defends decision to allow Hellboy filming

Cathedral defends decision to allow Hellboy filming

The plot involves Nazism and the occult but church officials say it is a classic story of good against evil.
14 The Papers: Theresa May's speeches in the spotlight

The Papers: Theresa May's speeches in the spotlight

Speeches by Theresa May - on the European Union and to the United Nations - feature on the front pages.
15 How Angela Merkel rose to power to lead Germany

How Angela Merkel rose to power to lead Germany

Angela Merkel has led Germany since 2005 and she is tipped to win a fourth term as chancellor.
16 Lucy Fizz: Transgender icon becomes face of Glitterbox

Lucy Fizz: Transgender icon becomes face of Glitterbox

How transgender dancer Lucy Fizz is challenging society's view of the LGBT community.
17 Mark Sampson: FA chief executive Martin Glenn explains why England manager was sacked

Mark Sampson: FA chief executive Martin Glenn explains why England manager was sacked

FA chief executive Martin Glenn explains the decision to sack England women's manager Mark Sampson.
18 Social media 'saturated' with alcohol advertising

Social media 'saturated' with alcohol advertising

Hayles is celebrating 100 days sober. She wants to hide booze ads from her social media feeds.
19 My dad jokes about my first period

My dad jokes about my first period

Comedian Gary Meikle is a single dad - when his daughter got her first period she turned to him.
20 Hidden golf game found on Nintendo Switch

Hidden golf game found on Nintendo Switch

Fans think the "Easter egg" is a tribute to the company’s late president Satoru Iwata.
21 Ship photographer's private collection to be auctioned

Ship photographer's private collection to be auctioned

The collection, including snaps of Dame Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, sat in a drawer for 16 years.
22 How social media is making luxury fashion available to everyone

How social media is making luxury fashion available to everyone

Gigi Hadid's collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger was among London Fashion Week shows using the new "see now, buy now" format.
23 What's it like to go down a disused 400-year-old tin mine?

What's it like to go down a disused 400-year-old tin mine?

The BBC's Environment Correspondent Claire Marshall went down to have a look at South Crofty tin mine.
24 BBC News Channel

BBC News Channel

BBC coverage of latest developments
25 No Brexit bounce for the name Nigel

No Brexit bounce for the name Nigel

Film stars and other celebrities may influence choice of baby names but it seems politicians don't.
26 What government wants from tech in the fight against terror

What government wants from tech in the fight against terror

The prime minister wants tech companies to do more to tackle extremist content. They say it's not that easy.
27 QE2: The 50-year journey of a British style icon

QE2: The 50-year journey of a British style icon

The QE2 is one of the most famous liners in the world and the last large liner to be built on the Clyde.
28 The Italians who prefer to drink American coffee

The Italians who prefer to drink American coffee

How a new breed of American-style coffee shops are drawing in younger Italians.
29 Why do US police shoot people carrying knives?

Why do US police shoot people carrying knives?

The shooting of a Georgia student raises a question - why do US police shoot people carrying knives?
30 Chris Froome adds world time trial bronze to Tour de France-Vuelta double

Chris Froome adds world time trial bronze to Tour de France-Vuelta double

Britain's Chris Froome adds World Championship bronze in the time trial to this year's historic Tour de France and Vuelta a Espana double.
31 Carabao Cup: Holders Manchester United drawn away to Swansea in fourth round

Carabao Cup: Holders Manchester United drawn away to Swansea in fourth round

Holders Man United visit Swansea in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup, while Chelsea play Everton and Tottenham host West Ham.
32 Jake LaMotta: Legendary Raging Bull boxer dies at 95

Jake LaMotta: Legendary Raging Bull boxer dies at 95

Jake LaMotta, the uncompromising boxer portrayed by Robert De Niro, dies aged 95.
33 Chelsea 5-1 Nottingham Forest

Chelsea 5-1 Nottingham Forest

Michy Batshuayi scores a hat-trick as Chelsea ease past Championship side Nottingham Forest to book a place in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup.
34 Dundee 0-4 Celtic

Dundee 0-4 Celtic

Celtic sweep Dundee aside to ease into the League Cup semi-finals and stretch their unbeaten domestic run to 56 games.
35 Fifpro World XI: Harry Kane the only England player on shortlist

Fifpro World XI: Harry Kane the only England player on shortlist

Tottenham striker Harry Kane is the only England player on the 55-man shortlist for the Fifpro World XI.
36 Liam Broady beats Adrian Mannarino to reach St Petersburg Open quarter-finals

Liam Broady beats Adrian Mannarino to reach St Petersburg Open quarter-finals

Britain's Liam Broady knocks out fourth seed and world number 31 Adrian Mannarino to reach the quarter-finals of the St Petersburg Open in Russia.
37 Mexico quake: Where buildings collapsed

Mexico quake: Where buildings collapsed

A 7.1 magnitude earthquake hits central Mexico, killing more than 200 people and bringing down buildings in Mexico City.
38 'Strength to Mexico' in deadly earthquake aftermath

'Strength to Mexico' in deadly earthquake aftermath

People across the world have taken to social media to share information and express solidarity
39 The moment the quake struck

The moment the quake struck

A strong earthquake has struck central Mexico, killing more than 220 people and toppling dozens of buildings in the capital, Mexico City.
40 In pictures: Buildings toppled

In pictures: Buildings toppled

Images from Mexico where a 7.1 magnitude earthquake south of the capital has toppled buildings.
41 Phone footage shows quake damage

Phone footage shows quake damage

Video shows buildings toppled fire in Mexico City.
42 History of deadly earthquakes

History of deadly earthquakes

Hundreds of thousands of people have lost their lives to earthquakes in the last 100 years and improvements in technology have only slightly reduced the death toll.