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The jury in the perjury trial in London of ex-New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns retires to consider its verdict.
Migrants on Greek border with Macedonia tearfully plea to be allowed to pass
A record number of complaints are made to the new press regulator about a story in the Sun which claimed nearly one in five British Muslims had sympathy for jihadis.
Ahead of the spending review, Rolls-Royce's chief executive says cutting the £500m research and development grant would be “negative”.
Russian President Vladimir Putin fiercely condemns the downing of a Russian jet on the Turkey-Syria border.
Profile of Syria's Turkmen, an ethnic minority supported by Turkey.
The downing of a Russian warplane by Turkish fighter jets highlights once again the complexity of Syria's multiple conflicts, says the BBC's Jonathan Marcus.
Ofsted inspectors warn that a number of private faith schools are not doing enough to respect women, or people of other faiths and beliefs.
An annual international comparison from the OECD shows long classroom hours for UK teachers and high fees for students.
Great Britain's Davis Cup team are satisfied with security arrangements in Ghent for this weekend's final, says Andy Murray.
The Alton Towers rollercoaster crash that seriously injured five people in June is blamed on human error.
British Airways and Easyjet cancel all flights between the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh until January, in the wake of last month's Sinai plane crash.
Australia will carry out trials of a genetically modified fruit fly to break the breeding cycle of this crop pest.
British comedians Matt Lucas and Greg Davies are cast in the Doctor Who Christmas special, one of the highlights of the BBC's festive schedule.
Saturday's singer Frankie Bridge speaks to a former online troll to ask why he abused people online.
Claire Rafferty is out of England Women's double-header against Germany and Bosnia & Herzegovina because of a knee injury.
How Malawi is tackling climate change with the help of a wood-fired cookstove that generates electricity.
A 3D-printed model of the blood vessels inside a woman's brain has helped surgeons practise life-saving surgery.
Dell acknowledges it unintentionally installed software on its computers that produced a security vulnerability.
Report about attitudes towards jihadis mocked on Twitter