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  1. The Queen and Prince Philip plan to spend the day with family and friends at Windsor Castle.
  2. Tony Pulis has been sacked as West Brom manager with the club a point above the Premier League relegation zone.
  3. The army has taken control in the African country but President Robert Mugabe has ignored demands for him to step down.
  4. Gemma and Aljaz are obviously in sync on the dance floor - but just how much do they know about each other's hometowns?
  5. Catch up on all the results, the goal scorers and the stories making the headlines with Match of the Day Kickabout.
  6. A new report says that more of us should learn different languages, so we went to a school to find out if these kids think languages do matter.
  7. Find out right here who is still in the running to win The X Factor 2017.
  8. Paralympic legend Jonnie Peacock is the latest celebrity to leave the Strictly Come Dancing ballroom.
  9. Stamps and a new portrait have been released to celebrate the Queen and Prince Philip's 70th wedding anniversary.
  10. It's the biggest night of the year for gamers - here's your lowdown of the night's winners.
  11. Star Wars star John Boyega - who plays Finn in the films - says Princes William and Harry will appear as stormtroopers in The Last Jedi being released in December!
  12. Reputation is the fastest selling album by a female this year.
  13. The US president had said that he would allow elephant hunting 'trophies' into the country - but has now paused this decision.
  14. Meet Mali, the dog who's just won an award for bravery.
  15. The UK's largest light festival launched this week and the pictures are stunning!