President Barack Obama orders a review of cyber-attacks, blamed on Russia, that shook the US election.
Prince Andrew issues a statement to "terminate" newspaper "speculation and innuendo" about his daughters.
US media giant 21st Century Fox has made a takeover approach for Sky, the UK-based satellite broadcaster.
Gambia's leader rejects the result of the presidential election, a week after admitting defeat.
The BBC's Duncan Kennedy investigates the work of self-styled paedophile hunter groups in the UK.
Six million people with defined benefit pensions see transfer values shoot up in the last year, according to a big insurance company.
A school bus driver whose vehicle became stranded in floodwater with 23 pupils on board is jailed.
The foreign secretary voices "profound concern" for the plight of the people of war-torn Yemen.
More than 1,000 Russian athletes were involved in a state-sponsored doping programme for four years from 2011, a new report claims.
Michael Gove says the PM was right to ask him to quit the cabinet, adding: "I would've sacked me too".
A convicted murderer is given a second life sentence for a rape he committed 30 years ago - thanks to recent advances in DNA testing.
A suspected paedophile was allowed to carry on working in football after being reported to police and the SFA, a BBC investigation reveals.
The world's largest cold energy storage plant, which can act like a giant battery for renewable energy, is being commissioned at a site near Manchester.
A couple saving for their own home have bought a house for asylum seekers instead.
The new European Council headquarters in Brussels, the Europa Building, has been unveiled.
Anna Holligan reports on Geert Wilders' hate speech and what his conviction means for politics.
Ukraine police are investigating a man accused of cheating the state out of more than €100m. He denies all allegations.
As the Colombian President receives the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize, we look at others who were honoured after conflict negotiations.
Artist Graham Short's tiny engravings of Jane Austen on four £5 notes could make anyone who finds one £20,000.
Matt Padley, who suffered from post-natal depression as a new father, explains how the condition developed, and how one GP responded.
MP Michelle Thomson, who revealed in the House of Commons that she was raped at the age of 14, has explained why she decided to speak out.
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Japan launches a cargo ship carrying a space junk collector designed to gather debris in space.
Angry panto fans slam former X Factor finalist Stacey Solomon for reading lines from a clipboard.
The BBC's Frank Gardner looks at whether Saudi Arabia can achieve its goals in Yemen's messy war.
The bizarre tale of how an argument over a puppy led to revelations about South Korea's president.
A dispute has broken out over who should hold the reins of power in Momentum.
The man who became a national hero as the first American to orbit the earth
President Yahya Jammeh of The Gambia surprised the world earlier this month when he lost elections - the BBC's Umaru Fofana looks at the reasons behind his defeat.
Unfair charges faced by shoppers concern Saturday's press, while other headlines focus on the death of the mother of One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson.
Family portraits that show progress resulting from access to water and sanitation
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Portraits of the female veterans who risked their lives for their country
The finalists of the 2016 Through the Lens photography awards discuss their images of the British Isles.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, we asked for your pictures on the theme "Lines".
England captain Dylan Hartley is sent off six minutes after coming on as Northampton lose to Leinster in the Champions Cup.
UK Sport's decision to remove funding from badminton could end the careers of Olympic medallists, says Badminton England.
Celtic comfortably ease aside Partick Thistle at Firhill to increase their lead at the top of the Premiership.
Watch five great shots as table-topping Newcastle Eagles beat second-place Leicester Riders by a convincing 92-73 score.
Is it a good idea for police to have closer links with vigilante paedophile hunters?
America's biggest shopping mall hosted its first African American Father Christmas this year - but black Santas have been around for decades and even played a role in the civil rights movement.
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A selection of images from the life and career of US actor Kirk Douglas, who celebrates his 100th birthday on 9 December.
Online ads can be irritating and irrelevant, so can technology help them become more targeted?
William Dalrymple and Anita Anand demolish some myths about the world's most controversial diamond.
Populist leader Geert Wilders is leading opinion polls, but will Dutch voters back him in March elections?
New resilience training aims to reduce the high numbers of deadly shootings by US police.
It's a rare thing in cinema for a film to receive a round of applause before its titles appear. But that's what has been happening at early screenings of Oscar-tipped musical La La Land.
Since the recession more people have reported feeling stressed at work, and that can lead to mental health problems. How do you support the workforce by breaking the taboo around mental illness?
Yuliya Stepanova has won worldwide fame for what she dared to do off the track, but fears she may never return home.
A BBC campaign to map street harassment of women reveals reports of harassment from 43 cities in 29 countries over just one weekend.
Becci answers readers' questions about living with self-harm
Coach reveals how she became the first female to win a top-flight championship with a men’s team.