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North Korea urges a joint inquiry with the US into a cyber-attack on Sony that led to the studio cancelling the release of the film The Interview.
Scotland's top prosecutor reaffirms his belief that Abdelbaset al-Megrahi is guilty of killing 270 people in the Lockerbie bombing.
Pakistan army kills five militants in northwest as security is tightened against possible Taliban reprisals for prisoner executions, officials say.
A 28-year-old man is detained on suspicion of the murder of an off-duty PC who died after being attacked in Liverpool city centre.
Alex Salmond calls for England to hold a "peasants' revolt type referendum" on its own constitutional future.
Unemployed over-50s will be offered "career reviews" and help using computers as part of plans to get more people in that age group into work.
UK shoppers are expected to spend a record £1.2bn buying Christmas presents and groceries on what researchers are calling "Panic Saturday".
The most desirable place to live in the UK is named as Hart in Hampshire where residents are found to be the healthiest and live the longest.
Four Afghan detainees at the Guantanamo Bay prison have been sent back to their home country, the Pentagon says.
A parliamentary committee warns ministers over UK exit controls, record-keeping and the use of a net migration target.
A man is remanded in custody over the murder of a woman stabbed to death in a north-west London street.
The winner of this year's Strictly Come Dancing is set to be decided later, with four couples competing for the glitterball trophy.
A support group is set up in memory of Dr Naz Mahmood - an Asian doctor who took his own life days after telling his family he was gay.
A cyclist in China avoids serious injury after being knocked off his bike by a truck at a busy junction.
Cheerleading is usually seen as a young person's sport, but the Japan Senior Cheer Association is for women in their 60s and 70s.
Four cheetah cubs born at Prague zoo in November are doing well, according to keepers.
Mike Bushell joins a group of social runners in the woods.
Cathedral conservators film themselves scaling Britain's highest spire to repair weather meter.
With just four years until Crossrail is due to open, Transport Correspondent Richard Westcott was given access to the new tunnels beneath London to see how work was getting on.
Martin Luther King had a dream of freedom. Can his biopic save Hollywood from censorship, asks the BBC's arts editor Will Gompertz
It is beginning to dawn on MPs and peers quite how difficult it is likely to be to govern after the next election.
As 2014 draws to a close, the BBC's Carrie Gracie looks back on China's year and asks if the country has achieved its "dream".
Mandy Rice-Davies and a classic Westminster scandal that mortally wounded a prime minister.
The BBC explains the significance of Mount Sinjar in northern Iraq, where Kurdish Peshmerga forces say they have broken the hold of Islamic State.
With a report into World Cup corruption to - eventually - be released, president Sepp Blatter says Fifa's crisis is over. Is he right?
Could a period of relative stability in Chechnya be coming to an end, asks Dr Galina Yemelianova.
Former Olympian Ron Hill completes his ambitious goal of running at least a mile a day for 50 years.
Facebook users solve the mystery of a lost memory card in under an hour after an appeal is posted by a police force.
Charlie Austin's hat-trick helps QPR climb out of the Premier League's bottom three as they came from 2-0 down to beat West Brom.
Manchester United's six-game winning run ends as Aston Villa survive with 10 men to hold on for a draw at Villa Park.
Dylan Hartley is sent off but Northampton Saints edge out Leicester Tigers in an epic East Midlands derby.
David Silva scores twice as Manchester City join Chelsea at the top of the table with victory over Crystal Palace.
West Ham remain in the top four after beating struggling Leicester City who are without a win in 12 matches.
Details are revealed of a network which attempted to defraud thousands of customers of the online travel agent Booking.com.
The chief executive of Renault Nissan says manufacturers in Russia are facing a "bloodbath" because of the plunge in the value of the rouble.
Philip Bradbourn, a Conservative MEP for the West Midlands, has died, the party announces.
An Oxfam tweet linking benefit cuts to poverty could have been "misconstrued" as party political campaigning, the Charity Commission says.
Charities warn patients are not being taught how to use potentially life-saving asthma inhalers and allergy auto-injectors correctly.
Pressures in A&E units in England have hit record levels while Wales and Northern Ireland also perform poorly, figures show.
Record numbers of students entered university this year, but the gender gap has never been wider, according to annual admission figures.
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan is criticised by the UK Statistics Authority over her use of statistics.
The BBC goes to the Philippines to investigate a rise in blackmail of people duped into taking part in explicit online chats and videos.
Apple has said it is "deeply offended" by a BBC investigation into conditions for workers involved in manufacturing its devices.
Aerial photographs from the 1940s and 1950s are being used to probe the climate history of the Antarctic Peninsula.
Any moves to modify the concrete Los Angeles River, to return parts of it to a more natural setting or to capture water, must not compromise its flood-protection function, say scientists.
Sony Pictures says it is looking at alternative ways to release film satire The Interview, cancelled in the wake of a cyber-attack.
The singer surprises fans by releasing six tracks from her new album early after songs were leaked online.
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A 17-year-old is charged with murder following the fatal stabbing of a teenager in a Chelmsford park named by police as Ashley Woolley.
Two officers from Scotland Yard's Diplomatic Protection are sacked for sending obscene images from their mobile phones.
The remaining staff at a collapsed wave power company are to lose their jobs after no buyer was found for the business.
The co-founder of the Wickerman Festival has died in hospital after an incident on his farm understood to involve a firearm.
The Northern Ireland first minister and deputy first minister hold a conference call with the prime minister on Saturday.
Detectives investigating the murder of a man who they believe was attacked with an axe renew their appeal on the first anniversary of his death.
A police officer suffers minor injuries in a crash while escorting an ambulance in Cardiff.
Police appeal for information to trace a man who is believed to have threatened pair with a knife at a railway station.
Liberia votes in a senate election that was postponed because of the Ebola outbreak, with ex-footballer George Weah among the candidates.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta signs into law a controversial anti-terror bill which sparked fighting between MPs in parliament on Thursday.
Chinese President Xi Jinping urges Macau residents to respect the "one-China" policy, amid street protests in the former Portuguese colony.
Police arrest the mother of seven of the eight children found dead in a home in Cairns, Australia.
Russia says it will not "cave in" to pressure, following a fresh set of US, EU and Canada sanctions over the conflict in Ukraine.
Turkey issues an arrest warrant for influential US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, who is accused of organising an anti-government movement.
Cuban President Raul Castro hails a recent move to normalise relations with the US, but stresses that Havana will not change its political system.
Colombia's Farc begins an indefinite, unilateral ceasefire, hours after the army said that the left-wing rebels had killed five soldiers.
Israel launches an air strike on an alleged Hamas site in Gaza, in the first such action since the declaration of a truce in August.
Kurdish forces in northern Iraq say they have broken Islamic State's siege of Mount Sinjar, claiming their biggest victory yet against the militants.
The parents of James Holmes, the man charged with killing 12 and injuring 70 in a 2012 Colorado theatre massacre, have pleaded he be spared the death penalty.
US swimmer Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all-time, gets a one-year suspended jail sentence after pleading guilty to drink-driving.
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MPs hear evidence on the failure of air traffic management systems.
BBC weather presenter John Hammond has been to the Cairngorms to find out how experts predict an avalanche.
Shops across the UK have been packed with last-minute present-buyers on "Panic Saturday" - the last Saturday before Christmas.
Zoo keepers from around the world are due to meet next month to discuss ways to save the endangered northern white rhino.
Pakistan 'a state under pressure' as authorities face the challenge of how to defeat the Taliban, amidst differing opinions and politics.
A FBI sting operation has led to the recovery of stolen artwork worth about $12m (£7.7m) including paintings by Marc Chagall and Diego Rivera.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is visiting Macau to mark the 15th anniversary of the former Portuguese colony's return to China.
As polling concludes in Indian-administered Kashmir, the BBC's Shalu Yadav meets war widows on opposite sides of the long-standing conflict.
BBC reporter Emma Firth spends the night on shift with the North West Ambulance Service.
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