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Ben Roethlisberger throws five touchdowns in Steelers win over Carolina
(November 09 18:42) BBC.com
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger throws five touchdown passes in his side's dominant 52-21 win over the Carolina Panthers.
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Gunmen abduct Italian aid worker in Kenya
Unidentified gunmen have abducted an Italian aid worker in south-eastern Kenya, police say.
Venus Williams settles Florida car crash lawsuit
Tennis star Venus Williams reaches an agreement over a collision that resulted in a man's death.
News Daily: May's Brexit dash and Trump's Saudi 'shrug'
Your morning briefing for 21 November 2018.
Neymar injured after seven minutes as Brazil beat Cameroon
Paris St-Germain forward Neymar lasts just six minutes as Brazil edge past Cameroon in a friendly in Milton Keynes.
Russia loses Interpol presidency vote
Interpol elects South Korean as president, rejecting Russian frontrunner accused of abusing "red notice" system
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Police 'could let violent suspects go if public do not help'
A police federation chief speaks out after footage of officers being dragged and kicked goes viral.
(November 20 17:19) BBC.com
Ruby Walsh: You're a villain when you lose, says jump jockey
Jockey Ruby Walsh addresses concerns over his form for the first time, saying: "When you're winning, you're a hero. When you're losing, you're a villain."
(November 20 18:09) BBC.com
Championship clubs 'gravely concerned' by new TV deal
Several Championship clubs are "gravely concerned" by the EFL board's announcement it has approved a new domestic broadcasting rights deal.
Asylum seekers in 'damp, dirty, vermin-infested' housing
Less than a quarter of government accommodation for asylum seekers is compliant with standards, a report finds.
UN environment chief Erik Solheim quits amid expenses row
The official was criticised for risking the UN's reputation by extensive use of expensive travel.
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