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Warning of "widespread, hazardous" tsunami waves issued after 7.7 earthquake off Solomon Islands.
The Syrian army suspends fighting around eastern Aleppo to allow civilians to leave, Russia says.
The owner of a giant inflatable snowman in Missouri has released CCTV footage of it being stabbed, in the hope of catching the assailant.
A resident in Bamenda describes ongoing clashes after weeks of protests against the use of French in courts and schools in English-speaking parts of Cameroon.
A strike by train drivers on the Southern rail network will go ahead next week after a court ruling.
Gina Miller, the woman behind the Brexit legal challenge, has told the BBC she has employed security to protect herself.
The Brexit hearing draws to a close with a reminder the court will not overturn the referendum.
The tail of a feathered dinosaur has been found perfectly preserved in amber from Myanmar.
The FA suspend Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino from all football activities for 18 months and fine him £250,000.
Rolling Stones frontman Sir Mick Jagger becomes a father again at age of 73, his publicist says.
McDonald's is to move its non-US tax base from Luxembourg to the UK, the firm says.
The scale of the terrorism threat to the UK is "unprecedented", the new head of MI6 says.
Lawyer who brought charges of torture and murder against British troops admits misconduct charges.
Barcelona want to "pay tribute" to Chapecoense and help rebuild the Brazilian club, starting with a pre-season friendly next summer.
US actress Sofia Vergara is sued for allegedly depriving her frozen embryos of their inheritance.
Heathrow plans to extend the London living wage to airport staff hired through agencies. But campaigners say they want more urgency in implementing this.
Historians unveil a digitally-reconstructed image of the face of Scottish king Robert the Bruce nearly 700 years after his death.
Learning English, swearing at a duck and the emotional pull of families during the holidays.
Lyse Doucet reports from Tariq al-Bab as families who have fled the fighting in Aleppo gather together.
The House of Commons listens in silence during a debate about eliminating violence against women as an MP speaks of her "shame" at being raped as a teenager.