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David Beckham is warned there needs to be signs of progress with his Miami-based Major League Soccer franchise.
Thieves ram a digger into a cash machine at a supermarket in County Tyrone.
The parents of a Huddersfield teenager who died in Germany criticise the authorities for failing to investigate her death.
A report into the death of Burmese journalist Aung Kyaw Naing in army custody recommends that his case be taken up in a civilian court.
A young couple who were "hanging out" of a second-floor window are rescued by firefighters following a suspected arson in Greater Manchester.
A Most Violent Year, a crime drama set in 1980s New York, is named film of the year by the influential National Board of Review.
Changing technology companies' tax arrangements is harder than you think.
The Metropolitan Police says officers are continuing to search two addresses in north Wales following the arrest of five terror suspects.
Police are searching for a mother who has gone missing with her newborn baby from a Bristol hospital.
From a school in Hertfordshire, Steph McGovern looks at how the debts of today could have a big effect on tomorrow's generation.
This year could be the UK's warmest for almost 250 years as measured by the world's oldest temperature record, say researchers.
There has been an explosion near the airport in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, with reports of casualties.
Welsh tax forecasts are published by the budget watchdog for the first time, as Chancellor George Osborne delivers his Autumn Statement.
South Korea's parliament approves an 80% hike in the price of cigarettes, a move aimed at curbing the high levels of consumption.
China jails the mistress of a former top railways official for aiding his bribe-taking, state media report, amid a corruption crackdown.
The chancellor is due to announce on Wednesday if Stormont will be given the power to cut the rate of corporation tax in Northern Ireland.
The funeral of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes has been held in his hometown of Macksville, New South Wales.
The parents of a former Surrey man who was murdered on a Caribbean island doubled a reward offered for information on his death.
Bill Cosby is being sued for sexual assault by a women who says the US comedian molested her when she was 15 at the Playboy mansion in LA.
Family, friends, dignitaries and team-mates turn out for the funeral of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes.