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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived in New York for a tour of the east coast of the United States.
A British man has died after falling from a cliff in Sydney, Australia, while on an outing with friends.
Drivers are urged to take more time for their journeys as snow and icy conditions affect roads in some parts of Scotland.
An online hacker group has claimed responsibility for attacking Sony's online PlayStation store, which is down on Monday.
Very little reconstruction has taken place in Gaza since the conflict there which killed over 2,100 Palestinians and destroyed more than 100,000 homes.
Economic recovery in Northern Ireland is losing momentum, according to fresh data on the private sector from the Ulster Bank.
Shrien Dewani, who is accused of arranging the murder of his wife Anni, will learn later if the case against him will continue or be thrown out.
Typhoon Hagupit is sweeping across the Philippines and bringing with it heavy rain and winds of over 125mph (200kph).
Singers Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran are going to head to head at the inaugural BBC Music Awards.
Tributes are paid to Stella Young, the Australian comedian, broadcaster and prominent disability activist who has died at the age of 32.
Senior Conservative and Lib Dem ministers criticise each other amid suggestions of widening divisions in the coalition government.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini is in Turkey to urge it to participate fully in the fight against Islamic State militants in Syria.
Mykolas Rambus, chief executive of Wealth-X, tells Asia Business Report about where Asia fits in the global business of giving.
Protesters rallied near Italy's famous La Scala opera house in Milan to demonstrate against labour market reforms and austerity measures.
While the NHS is busy planning how it will spend its extra money, the health service's poorer cousin - social care - has been left empty handed. Is this fair, asks Nick Triggle.
Failure to address educational inequalities in England means taxpayers have to "pay twice", says an alliance of 25 education organisations.