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The BBC's Robert Peston reports from Hamburg on the economic condition of Germany, which has seen growth figures of just 0.1% in the third quarter of the year.
Ched Evans row: Jessica Ennis-Hill is sent rape tweet
A warning to the EU over migration, concerns over the NHS this winter and the new SNP leader feature on Saturday's front pages.
Wayne Rooney says he wants one more crack at World Cup glory, ahead of his 100th appearance for England.
The emergency services are at the scene of a crash in Glasgow in which a man and two children are thought to have been involved.
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, 77, has been hospitalised in France, according to French officials.
President Barack Obama is reportedly prepared to take unilateral action on immigration. How far will Republicans in Congress go to block him?
Russia's presidential library is making a "regional electronic encyclopedia" to rival Wikipedia and portray the country "objectively and accurately".
A woman from Cumbria has completed her five-month challenge of living as a "wartime Land Girl" in aid of charity.
Astronomers at Cardiff University say they could have created a "spotters' guide" to help scientists looking for hundreds of black holes.
Javier Ballesteros, the son of five-time major winner Seve, turns professional and says: "Today my dad comes to my mind."
A man who was paralysed almost 10 years ago in a car crash has been learning to walk again with the help of a robotic skeleton.
The bench which features in the opening credits of the sitcom Bottom has been reinstalled after a campaign by fans.
Director admits staging a video viewed by millions.
A robot is helping Danish children with autism and other developmental disorders to learn and develop communication skills, teachers say.
The jury in the inquest into the death of four PSNI officers concludes there was insufficient evidence to firmly establish the cause of the crash.
Captain Richie McCaw says a much-changed New Zealand have plenty of motivation as they face Scotland.
The trafficking of underage puppies into the UK from Eastern Europe is rife, according to the Dogs Trust charity.
English professional Jason Palmer explains why he adopted his unique playing style, which he admits receives "funny looks".
The BBC's Frank Gardner argues that it was inevitable, sooner or later, that Islamic State would turn its attention to the largest and most important country in the region, Saudi Arabia.