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Belgian authorities are looking for a possible accomplice of Mehdi Nemmouche, the gunman charged with killing four people at a Jewish museum in May.
The Democratic Republic of Congo senate amends a controversial census bill, following four days of violent nationwide protests.
The government in the Philippines is facing calls for an inquiry after it temporarily relocated homeless people during Pope Francis' visit.
Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz has died in hospital, royal officials announce, weeks after being admitted with a lung infection.
Captain Steve Smith makes a composed century to lead Australia to a thrilling three-wicket tri-series win over England.
Energy customers could save up to £250 a year by switching to a fixed-rate tariff, the regulator Ofgem says.
The principal of an east Belfast primary school that is closed on Friday after a "malicious" email threat says it is their intention to reopen on Monday.
The main pro-Russian rebel leader in eastern Ukraine says his troops are on the offensive and he does not want truce talks.
Coronation Street actress Barbara Knox is banned from driving for a year after admitting a charge of drinking-driving.
The BBC's Chris Morris visited the town of Drama in Greece to find out how cafe owner Yiannis Tsakiris is coping with a new business in during the Greek economic crisis
Tobacco companies warn smuggling could rise if the UK removes branding from cigarette packets - when Australia did this the biggest rise was in sales of brands known as "illicit whites".
Relatives of some of the victims of the Lockerbie bombing try to launch an appeal on behalf of the only man convicted of the atrocity.
Broadcasters are expected to put forward new proposals for the live TV election debates which include the Greens, the SNP and Plaid Cymru.
For some shops, UK retail sales in December may have been hit by Black Friday sales in November, ONS says.
Adobe has released an emergency patch for a flaw in its Flash software that was being widely exploited by thieves.
The BBC's Europe editor Gavin Hewitt says Greek voters will not just be choosing a new government but delivering a verdict on Europe.
Two police officers who bludgeoned an injured deer to death are removed from firearms duties after being found guilty of gross misconduct.
German discount supermarket Lidl says it will create 500 jobs over the next 12 months in Scotland, as part of expansion plans.
Jellyfish tagging study reveals the creatures' ability to swim against the current, researchers say.
Asia's richest person Li Ka-shing confirms his company is offering to buy Britain's second-largest mobile provider O2 for up to £10.25bn ($15.4bn).