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Neil McDonald: Mood 'very good' at West Ham
Assistant Manager Neil McDonald has told reporters the team are in good spirits, and that Andy Carroll is expected to play against Newcastle on Saturday.
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70-year-old flies hot-air balloon out of 200-metre deep cave
A 70-year-old Austrian adventurer flies a hot-air balloon in and out of a 200-metre deep cave in southern Croatia. .
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PM 'resents' the poor
David Cameron makes a faux-pas in his speech to the Conservative Party conference, saying that the Tories 'resent' rather than 'represent' "children from the poorest estates and the most chaotic homes" .
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Family appeal from missing teen's family
The two aunts and the mother of missing Yusra Hussien, feared to be in Syria, have appealed to her to come home.
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Our best moments with The X Factor's New Boy Band
Our favourite moments during our first interview with The X Factor's New Boy Band (they still don't have a name).
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Indian spacecraft snaps incredible photo of Mars
India's first spacecraft to visit Mars has beamed home an incredible photo of the red planet, a view that reveals the planet from pole to pole.
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Alice Gross: Activity at site where a body found
There have been poignant scenes in London as volunteers helping in the search for Alice Gross removed missed posters, and police circulated at the scene where a body has been found.
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PM does impression of William Hague
David Cameron pays tribute to former Foreign Secretary William Hague including an impression of his "lyrical tones" after which he promises not to "give up the day job".
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David Cameron's jibe at Miliband and Balls
The Prime Minister has mocked Ed Miliband during his conference speech, apparently aghast that the Labour leader "forgot" to mention the deficit.
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PM "The threat is Islamist extremist terrorism"
David Cameron has told the Conservative Party Conference that Britons leaving the UK for ISIL are an "enemy of the UK and should expect to be treated like one".