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Will Ross reports from the outside the central mosque in Kano, Nigeria's second city, a day after it was attacked by suspected militant Islamists.
Liverpool end a run of three league defeats with victory over Stoke courtesy of a Glen Johnson winner.
Tributes were paid to the late Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes at sports fixtures around the world on Saturday.
Wales end their run of 22 matches without a win over southern hemisphere sides with a 12-6 victory over South Africa in Cardiff.
An umpire at an Israeli cricket match dies after being hit by a ball, just days after the death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes.
Captain Sam Warburton rates his side's 12-6 win against South Africa as "up there" in his best Wales achievements.
Taxi drivers have been saying what they think of David Mellor's apology - he was recorded arguing with a driver earlier in the week.
Ireland's David Morris stuns Mark Selby 6-4 to knock the world champion out of the UK Championship in York.
Wales claim just the second win over South Africa in their history with a display of guts and cool control in Cardiff.
Ben Morgan scores two tries as England end their autumn series with a much-needed 26-17 win over Australia at Twickenham.
A teenage girl with mental health problems has been in police cells since Thursday evening because no care beds are available, a senior officer says.
Manchester United's record signing Angel Di Maria limps off after just 13 minutes in their meeting with Hull City.
England paid the price for not adjusting to the conditions in the second one-dayer against Sri Lanka, says Simon Hughes.
Lewis Hamilton says his relationship with team-mate Nico Rosberg is "back to normal" following their title fight.
Three men, aged 35, 36 and 39, are questioned by police following an aggravated burglary in Ballymena, County Antrim.
Andrew Mitchell will stand for re-election as MP for Sutton Coldfield in May's general election, friends of his have told the BBC.
Three tonnes of ecstasy and crystal meth with an estimated street value of $1.5bn are seized by Australian police and customs officers.
Leighton Aspell rides Many Clouds to victory in the Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury for trainer Oliver Sherwood.
The number of people killed by the worst outbreak of Ebola in West Africa has risen to 6,928, the World Health Organization says.
Matt Danzico and Benjamin Zand of BBC Pop Up spend the holiday at the Danzico residence to investigate how Americans spend Thanksgiving.