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BBC Sport and global football experts assess 50 possible moves that could happen in the January transfer window.
Malaysia is battling some of the worst floods in decades along its east coast, with more than 100,000 people forced to leave their homes.
North Korea condemns US President Barack Obama over the release of the film The Interview, about a fictional plot to kill its leader Kim Jong-un.
Millions of wills - including those of Sir Winston Churchill, Alan Turing and Princess Diana - are now available online.
People have been making most of the heavy snow that fell in Sheffield on Friday night by skiing down residential streets.
A wake has been held for one of the two police officers killed while on duty in New York last Saturday.
More prisoner exchanges are expected between Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels in the east - a day after the two sides swapped hundreds of captives.
A new round of prisoner exchanges between Ukraine and pro-Russian eastern rebels is anticipated, a day after the two sides swapped hundreds of captives.
A Mexican priest who was kidnapped earlier this week is found shot dead in the south-western state of Guerrero.
Dozens of coach passengers and drivers are left stranded in Yorkshire after snowfall sweeps parts of the UK.
Whooping cough may be evolving to outsmart the currently used vaccine, say researchers.
President Evo Morales has given the indigenous people of Bolivia a new sense of pride - but more needs to be done, says Katy Watson.
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