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People paying their respects to the victims of Friday's attacks in Paris sum up their thoughts in one word.
The winning images from this year's competition that explores faith in a range of communities.
Peter Sarsgaard's electric new movie Experimenter
The last woman left on a derelict street
Japan's economy shrinks 0.8% on an seasonally adjusted basis in the third quarter, marking a technical recession in the world's third largest economy.
Two-thirds of people in the North of England have either never heard of, or know nothing about, the Northern Powerhouse, according to a BBC-commissioned survey.
Six steps that built a multi-million dollar auctioneers
A medical dressing that changes colour when it detects infection could cut the unnecessary use of antibiotics, say scientists at Bath University.
Human societies will soon start to experience adverse effects from manmade climate change, a prominent economist has warned.
Scottish Affairs Committee MPs are to visit Scotland "regularly" in a bid to challenge the perception Westminster is too remote.
The manhunt for a French national wanted in connection with Friday's gun and bomb attacks on Paris leads many papers.
Nico Rosberg's switch of focus from his team-mate to himself has seen him improve his cornering speeds and beat Lewis Hamilton.