Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Africa Cup of Nations game between Ivory Coast and Algeria.
A major route in the Highlands - the A82 road - has been closed "until further notice" because of a rock fall.
Thousands have gathered in Madrid for a rally organised by the radical leftist party Podemos.
Lance Armstrong should get back his seven Tour de France titles, according to former rider Scott Mercier.
A Church of England vicar apologises for posting a link to an article which claimed Israel was responsible for the 9/11 attacks.
BBC Sport previews the Australian Open men's final between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic.
Digital entrepreneur Piers Linney is leaving Dragons' Den after two series "to pursue other interests".
Southampton residents, including prominent Muslim commentator Mo Ansar, protest outside Channel 4's headquarters against Immigration Street.
A "foolish" Tesco shopper who changed the display image of a demonstration iPad to a pornographic photo is given a community order.
A 17-year-old boy is found with fatal stab wounds in a north London street.
Italy's parliament elects judge Sergio Mattarella as the country's president, on a third day of voting for the largely ceremonial post.
The sister of Missing Manic Street Preacher Richey Edwards says it was difficult for her father to die without knowing the fate of his son.
The search for a fishing boat that went missing in the English Channel with four people on board is called off, the Maritime and Coastguard Agency says.
After Tiger Woods's worst professional round, Iain Carter asks how the former number one can halt his alarming decline.
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German former President Richard von Weizsaecker, whose two terms in office spanned reunification, dies at the age of 94.
Officials' primary concern was with "national security" during a paedophile scandal involving a senior British diplomat in the 1980s, according to a former top civil servant.
British number one Andy Murray says it would be a "big upset" if he could beat Novak Djokovic and win his first Australian Open.
A British healthcare worker is brought back to the UK for Ebola monitoring after suffering a needle-stick injury in Sierra Leone.
A Welsh police and crime commissioner says the proposal to offer Tasers to all front-line police officers is a mistake.