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More help is needed to prevent UK families going hungry, the Archbishop of Canterbury says ahead of a parliamentary report on the issue.
US Republicans increase their majority in the Senate after a runoff in Louisiana from the mid-term elections ends in defeat for the Democrats.
How England's landscape inspired JRR Tolkien
A Cuban doctor who recovered from Ebola after receiving experimental treatment in Switzerland is welcomed back to Havana.
How Kiesza went from elite sniper to pop star
Hundreds of thousands take shelter as Typhoon Hagupit sweeps across the eastern Philippines, toppling trees and threatening coastal areas.
More than 100,000 people are expected to attend a fireworks display celebrating Clifton Suspension Bridge's 150th anniversary later, organisers say.
The Jewish festival in a town without any Jews
BBC Sport looks at the UK Championship's greatest finals as 'grand master' Ronnie O'Sullivan meets 'young pretender' Judd Trump.
How modern art became trapped by its urge to shock
China's wild west where you are never alone
Greek police fire teargas to disperse a protest in Athens's main square.
Schools must do more to build pupils' character and resilience, the shadow education secretary will argue in a speech on Monday.
Dancer Liam Mower talks to the BBC about the challenges of dancing with hands made of scissors
The growing popularity of freerunning in Kashmir
A mother's campaign has led to a big toy chain having autism-friendly shopping sessions this Christmas.
Profiles of prominent figures in the Islamist militant network, al-Qaeda.
Tiger Woods fights off illness to shoot a three-under-par 69 but remains in last position at the Hero World Challenge.
Who did Match of the Day pundit Alan Shearer describe as "laughable, shambolic, embarrassing and incredibly bad"?
Three men have been arrested by counter terrorism officers on suspicion of supplying forged documents, the Met Police says.