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100 Women hosts a joint hackathon with Facebook UK for female developers to create a social media product for the season.
Train fares in Britain will go up by an average of 2.3% from 2 January, the rail industry announces.
Donald Trump has embarked on a 'thank you tour' of the United States.
The sprout crop is hampered by a marauding moth that arrived in the UK this year in unprecedented numbers.
Aliza, a student at Mueller Park Junior School in Utah, describes how a gun-wielding classmate was disarmed by his parents.
Sir Elton John says, with improved testing, the end of HIV "is in sight" in Western countries.
A look back at the life of Fawlty Towers star Andrew Sachs, who has died aged 86.
The Liberal Democrats have caused a major upset in the Richmond Park by-election, overturning a 23,015 majority to oust ex-Tory MP Zac Goldsmith.
Australia coach Michael Cheika says he respects England counterpart Eddie Jones but that he has always "operated with a chip on his shoulder".
The pilot of a plane that crashed in Colombia had been warned he might not have enough fuel, reports say.
The UK faces a rise in flight delays if airspace control is not modernised, an industry group warns.
A 12-year-old Australian boy in remission from cancer is granted his request to "blow stuff up".
Britain will support the US President-elect's campaign to get Nato countries to spend more on defence.
After the Richmond Park result, a look at some notable by-elections of the recent, and not-so-recent, past
The brain disorder Parkinson's disease may actually start with bacteria living in the gut, according to scientists.
Lib Dem Sarah Olney wins Richmond Park by-election, beating incumbent Zac Goldsmith standing as an independent
US President-elect Donald Trump has named General James Mattis as his defence secretary.
The leaders of four major global cities say they will stop the use of all diesel powered cars and trucks by the middle of the next decade.
Three new acts are tipped for success in 2017 with the release of the shortlist for the Brits Critics' Choice Award.
Gulnara Karimova, daughter of the late Uzbek president, has been out of the public view since 2014.