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Shares in China remain under pressure after falling by more than 5% on Friday when it was revealed that the country's top brokerages were under investigation.
A UN conference aimed at agreeing a new global approach to climate change has opened in Paris with 147 world leaders due to attend.
Andy Murray on ice baths over champagne, Davis Cup selfies with supporters and avoiding eye contact with brother Jamie.
Sir David Attenborough tells BBC Breakfast that solar energy needs to "undercut the price of energy obtained from oil and coal."
The International Monetary Fund is expected to announce on Monday that China's currency, the yuan, will join the fund's select group of international reserve currencies.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is due to meet his shadow cabinet to discuss possible air strikes in Syria amid deep splits in the parliamentary party.
Kobe Bryant, widely regarded as one of the greatest basketball players in history, will retire at the end of the season.
Internal party politics is again played out on front pages, which report Labour divisions over Syria and the row over bullying claims within the Conservatives.
A teenage girl who has been awarded damages for being manipulated into sexting her teacher tells the BBC's Clive Coleman how it began.
Compensation has been awarded to a victim of 'sexting' for the first time, the BBC has learnt.
Campaigners target trolls by putting their comments on billboards
The cost to local councils of so-called "paupers' funerals" has risen by almost 30% - so why are they footing the bill for more and more of the ceremonies?
Former All Black player Jonah Lomu has been remembered at a special service in Auckland, New Zealand.
Residents of the German city of Hamburg vote against hosting the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games in a referendum.
Senior Conservatives are due to meet to discuss allegations that a youth organiser bullied a young activist who apparently took his own life.
Are we about to see a return to the Labour Party fratricide of the early 1980s, asks Shaun Ley.
A public memorial for New Zealand rugby great Jonah Lomu, who died earlier this month at 40, has been held at Auckland's Eden Park stadium.
Neneh Cherry's daughter, an unsigned rapper and a former backing singer for Pulp all make the longlist for BBC Music's Sound Of 2016.
More than 4,500 miles of UK roads have no mobile phone coverage, analysis by the RAC Foundation suggests.
Children in foster care make better educational progress than vulnerable children who remain with their birth parents, research suggests.