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The US president makes a surprise appearance at White House press secretary Josh Earnest's last briefing.
A puppy who swallowed an 8in (20cm) kitchen knife is recovering after undergoing life-saving surgery.
More than 50 Democrats will miss Mr Trump's inauguration because of his attack on civil rights hero John Lewis.
A woman has had her haircut for the first time since 1994 to raise money for a cancer charity.
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York urge Protestants to "repent" for their part in historical Church divisions.
Europeans see a "hard" UK Brexit looming - but welcome more British clarity on future EU ties.
The air force pilot thought he was attacking Boko Haram militants, the army says.
Glastonbury organisers reveal name of new festival which will be separate and in a different place.
Midfielder Yaya Toure turns down a £430,000-a-week offer from China to remain with Manchester City for the rest of the season.
Atif Aslam stops his live concert in Karachi to rescue a girl from the crowd who was being harassed.
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen visits the devastated Umayyad Mosque, which dates back to the year 715.
Marco Fu beats Judd Trump 6-5 in a thrilling final-frame decider to reach the quarter-finals of the Masters.
A European court rules the rights of a man who killed three people in 1983 have not been breached.
A teenager accused of preparing acts of terrorism branded MP Jo Cox's killer a "hero", a court hears.
Theresa May says she wants an agreement with the customs union but not full membership.
A cat called Kitty undergoes life-saving surgery after swallowing a toy cat - also named Kitty.
The impact of wet and cold weather means yields in Spain and Italy are much lower and prices higher.
Business generally welcomes Theresa May's speech as providing clarity, but they still want more detail.
Scotland's first minister claims leaving the single market will be "economically catastrophic" for the UK but says Scotland can make a "different choice".
The PM's speech was about an "extreme version of Brexit" says the Liberal Democrat leader.