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      VW expects recall to start in January

      VW expects to start a recall of cars affected by its emissions scandal in January, the car giant's new chief executive, Matthias Mueller, has said.

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      PM to promise 200,000 'starter homes'

      David Cameron will announce plans to allow developers to offer "affordable homes" to buy not just rent in his closing speech to the Tory conference.

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      Murder arrests over PC road death

      Two men are arrested on suspicion of murdering a police officer who was struck by a car and killed during a pursuit in Merseyside.

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      Syria threat to global security - Blair

      Tony Blair says the international community must be prepared to do "everything and more" to support those fighting Islamist militants in Syria.

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      Brittan abuse claims 'unreliable'

      A man who made sex abuse allegations against Lord Brittan tells Panorama campaigners may have influenced his claims.

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      EU offers Turkey aid in migrant plan

      The EU is offering new incentives to Turkey - including financial aid and easing of visa restrictions - for help to solve the migrant crisis.

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      Five held over Sydney police shooting

      Five people are arrested in dawn raids in Sydney over the fatal shooting last week of police worker Curtis Cheng.

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      PM 'could intervene' over Saudi case

      David Cameron says he will "look to see if there is an opportunity" to intervene personally on behalf of a protester on death row in Saudi Arabia.

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      Shoreham 'selfie' officers quit posts

      Two Sussex police constables suspended over their conduct at the site of the Shoreham air crash leave the force.

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      US commerce secretary visits Cuba

      US Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker arrives in Havana for two days of talks focusing on measures to ease the impact of the US embargo.

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      Source: BBC International