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Anti-terror police are given an extra five days to question four men held on suspicion of plotting an attack on the UK.
As Islamic State fighters renew their advance on Kobane, Newsnight's Mark Urban asks if there is a 'whole strategy' for the US-led coalition's air strikes.
Islamic State fighters renew their advance in the Syria-Turkey border town of Kobane, as the US warns that air strikes alone cannot save it.
The West's response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa - and whether it has been timely enough in its actions - is Thursday's big story.
Why do Chinese pupils do so well in schools all around the world?
Momentum in the UK housing market has faded with house price growth slowing to the same level as 16 months ago, surveyors say.
England has the biggest trade deficit in the world football transfer market at £379m, according to a report from Barclays.
The number of shops on the High Street declined dramatically in the first nine months of this year, a survey suggests.
RAF airstrikes at the beginning of October helped Kurdish forces fight Islamic State out of one of their strongholds in Iraq.
Do you live in a city that can literally make you happy?
A company is testing out headgear that measures brain response to the stimulation of the city.
The BBC team who made cat cameras for The Secret Life of the Cat explain the technology behind the show.
Track laying is under way on the multi-million pound rail link between the Scottish Borders and Edinburgh.
Homebuyers could be in for a boost when Scottish Finance Secretary John Swinney announces details of a new tax to replace stamp duty.
The fight to declare this chimpanzee a "person" in law
New documentary seeks to paint an intimate documentary portrait of Muhammad Ali with interviews with family members as well as the former boxer's home audio recordings.
Could an algorithm run your business better?
England's Euro 2016 qualifiers against San Marino and Estonia should be foregone conclusions but they offer tests of a different kind.
England could play some home games away from Wembley in 2018 if an NFL team sets up home at the national stadium.