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Broadcasters publish new plans for TV election debates including leaders of seven UK political parties, and say they will go ahead regardless of who takes part.
More than 30 people are killed in air strikes by Syrian government warplanes near the capital Damascus, activists say.
News photos from around the world
Diane Andryshakleft left her husband with the task of working on their home's renovations while she went out to work.
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Footage is released of the moment a bystander tackled a machete wielding robber after a smash-and-grab raid on a luxury City of London jewellers.
Schools in England are being asked to put pupils through extra mock maths exams after concerns were raised over the new maths GCSE.
An Islamist militant shot dead by French commandos after he attacked a Jewish supermarket two weeks ago is buried near Paris.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has condemned the lowering of flags on public buildings as a mark of respect for the Saudi king.
Rory Cellan-Jones, technology reporter and presenter of the Tech Tent radio show, gives a round-up of the BBC's coverage of the week's big tech stories.
Six disallowed goals, a never-ending game and the man who rejected Mourinho - some great FA Cup fourth-round stories.
Images from around the world: 23 January
Dramatic video has emerged of the moment a coastguard helicopter rescued the crew of a sinking fishing boat off the western coast of Scotland.
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.