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The head of the US delegation at UN climate talks warns of a "major breakdown" in the process if negotiators fail to come to an agreement in Lima.
A conservation project to help the threatened Scottish wildcat is given a lottery grant of almost £1m.
Bowel cancer tester kits are being used by an increasing number of people over the age of 50 in Scotland.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will press David Cameron to lower Scotland's voting age when they hold face-to-face talks next week.
The escalation of the British military presence in Iraq, and controversial new rules governing Army interrogations, are among the front page topics in Sunday's press.
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Sir Malcolm Rifkind is to make an official request that the US hands over material documenting Britain's role in the CIA's interrogation programme.
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Leading health experts say sanitation facilities in birth clinics need to be given greater priority in low-income countries to prevent maternal and newborn deaths.
Prince Harry will present Invictus Games competitors with the Helen Rollason Award at the BBC Sports Personality show on Sunday.
The government vows to improve helplines for people seeking tax advice as a Which? survey finds almost 30% of callers to two lines were cut off.
Pundits, managers and football fans have their say on Gary Cahill's dive against Hull.
A 70-year-old man has been stabbed to death in central London, the Met says, as officers arrest a man on suspicion of murder.
Bolivia's security forces are registering their overweight members after President Evo Morales complained too many were unfit.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge release three official Christmas photographs of Prince George, Kensington Palace says.
Several suspected al-Qaeda militants, disguised as fully veiled women, are reportedly shot dead by Yemeni security forces near the Saudi border.