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Two candidates in Austria's presidential election held their final campaign events before the vote.
Lower income and unemployed men are being targeted in extrajudicial killings in the Philippines.
A vegetarian cafe refuses to accept the new £5 note after it emerged the currency contains animal products.
A supermarket basket of Christmas food soars 14% on last year with the cost of many items increasing above inflation, research suggests.
BBC News visits a travel company using DNA testing to challenge its own workplace culture.
What role do postcards and letters play in this digital age? Some businesses think there is a gap in the market.
Spain is a divided country over arguably its most famous tradition of bullfighting.
The Times leads on the fall-out from the Richmond Park by-election - while the Mail has a Brexit exclusive.
Spirited Away enjoys a 15th anniversary re-release, further cementing the central role of director Hayao Miyazaki in Japanese animation.
It's the time of year when Christmas trees go up, becoming the centrepiece of our family festivities. From cost to carbon footprint what should you consider when choosing your tree?
Forty years ago the Sex Pistols were touring the country, hoping someone would let them play.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
Chinese events organiser Churan Zheng gets free company menstrual leave and says that in her view it is an essential option for all women.
Donald Trump speaks directly with Taiwan's president - breaking with US policy set in 1979 when ties were cut.
Tens of thousands of Syrians are fleeing the daily shelling and airstrikes, each with their own desperately sad stories.
Tiger Woods recovers from a mixed first round by carding a brilliant seven-under-par 65 at the Hero World Challenge.
Ronnie O'Sullivan powers into the semi-finals of the UK Championship with a 6-2 victory over Mark Williams.
Property developer Adama Barrow says his shock win of the Gambian poll heralds new hope for the country.
Police say an inquiry into abuse claims involving ex-PM Sir Edward Heath is exploring "significant" lines.
The pilot of an airliner with 128 people on board suffers a heart attack as he taxies the plane to the runway at Glasgow Airport.