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Lewis Hamilton on his new hairstyle, why he loves to travel the world and finding the right balance in life.
Political and cultural divisions that have emerged during this crisis were vividly exposed in Brussels on Thursday, the BBC's Chris Morris reports.
Prime Minister David Cameron is set to be invited to address the European Parliament about British renegotiation of its EU membership.
The Scottish government says plans to close regional police call centres are to be delayed in the wake of delays in investigating a fatal crash on the M9.
Stephen Gough - known as the 'Naked Rambler' - tells the BBC he will continue his protest even if it means having to spend the rest of his life in custody.
The migration crisis has exposed failings in the EU asylum system - so what can be done about it? The BBC's Laurence Peter examines the key issues.
Nicola Sturgeon says she was 'reduced to tears' over pictures of a dead Syrian boy who was washed up on a beach in Turkey.
French prosecutors say "with certainty" that a wing part found on Reunion Island in July came from missing flight MH370.
Badger culls in Dorset, Somerset and Gloucestershire have begun, the government confirms.
The father of two young boys who died while trying to cross from Syria into Turkey speaks about his loss.
Scuffles break out west of Budapest as police try to force migrants off a train at a refugee camp, while European leaders wrangle over the growing refugee crisis.
The Machinima game network paid YouTubers to endorse the Xbox One as part of a "deceptive" ad campaign, says the US Federal Trade Commission.
A US judge has overturned a four-game suspension against National Football League (NFL) quarterback Tom Brady, calling the league's disciplinary process "fundamentally unfair".
Restaurant chain Pizza Express is to stop deducting an 8% administration fee from staff tips made by card, the company announces.
Stephen Gough, a former Royal Marine who is better know as the naked rambler, explains his views to the BBC's Clive Coleman.
Two Vice News British journalists arrested in Turkey on terror charges are being released from prison, but their translator remains in custody.
The UK housing market is "dysfunctional" and building more homes will fail to solve the problem on its own, a leading figure in the industry says.
Sebastian Vettel and Nico Rosberg are reassured by Pirelli's response to their tyre failures at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Football giants Bayern Munich are to set up a 'training camp' to help refugees coming into Germany.
Newsnight's Duncan Weldon looks at how good news for the US economy might be bad news for the global recovery.