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Italy's struggling banks now face added uncertainty because of the country's reform referendum
Actor who achieved fame as the bumbling Spanish waiter in Fawlty Towers.
Thousands of people are spreading a false rumour about a Washington pizza restaurant and a child sex ring. But why?
The mum of a soldier who killed herself after being bullied welcomes an Army campaign to tackle harassment.
Watch the Fawlty Towers scene which created waiter Manuel's most famous line. Andrew Sachs, the actor who played him, has died at the age of 86.
In a surprise move Francois Hollande says he will not stand for a second term as French president.
Fifa says periods of silence will be held before every football match this weekend in memory of the victims of the Chapecoense plane crash.
Prince Harry and Rihanna have taken HIV tests together in Barbados to raise awareness on World Aids Day.
Earlier in the year the BBC brought you a story about the Isle of Muck having trouble finding a new teacher. A woman saw that report, and liked the look of island life.
A sketch by Boy George makes more in a charity auction than an original artwork by Antony Gormley.
Tiger Woods has a mixed round including five birdies in his first competitive round of golf in 15 months at the Hero World Challenge.
Former footballers allege they were subjected to grooming and sexual abuse while at Southampton FC.
Amy O'Neill talks about her $421m lottery win, shared with 20 colleagues at a Tennessee car parts factory.
The company says it is in mourning after the death of a technician.
A programme teaching primary school children about mental health through fun games is being rolled out in south London.
Mark Williams and John Higgins, who have won five UK Championship titles between them, reach the quarter-finals in York.
The largest ever all-female mission to Antarctica sets sail, to promote more women to the top of science.
What we know about the Colombian air disaster involving Brazil's Chapecoense football club.
A look at the billionaires and millionaires making up Donald Trump's top team.
Rouken Glen Park in East Renfrewshire is named the UK's Best Park of 2016.