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Plans to cut salary top-ups for senior AMs do not go far enough, a Conservative AM claims.
The BBC's Shabnam Mahmood has been to the Pakistan Fashion Week event in London to see the fruits of the country's booming fashion industry.
One of the victims of the Sydney cafe siege may been killed by a police bullet, according to Australian media reports.
European interior ministers are due to meet in Paris on Sunday to discuss the threat of terrorism and extremism across the world following the attacks in France.
A vigil is due to take place in Cardiff Bay for French citizens and others following terror acts in Paris which left 17 people dead in three days.
A woman has died after being hit by a vehicle as she walked along the M25 in the early hours of Sunday, police say.
Scott Mitchell faces Martin Adams in Sunday's BDO World Championships final with more than a first world title at stake.
The Cuban government releases more opposition activists, in what is believed to be part of an agreement with the US to have diplomatic links restored.
Indonesian search teams are hopeful that a sonar scan of the Java Sea has revealed the main fuselage of missing AirAsia flight QZ8501.
The health consequences of child marriage can be devastating, but it is a common practice across the developing world. A recent court case in Ivory Coast aims to tackle this issue.
More than 40 heads of states are expected in Paris to take part in a unity march following three days of terror that left 17 people dead.
Ed Miliband calls for a Living Standards Index to track how people's finances are affected by changes to wages, prices, taxes and benefits.
Hundreds of protesters clash with police in Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince as the country faces the prospect of being left without a functioning government.
Senior figures from the world of sports and entertainment write to the government to call for an overhaul of the secondary ticketing market.
Hundreds of protesters clash with police in Port-au-Prince as Haiti faces the prospect of being left without a functioning government.
The Scottish woman who was the mother of Japanese whisky
What happened to England's lost railway stations?
At least 30 people are killed and many more injured as a bus collides with an oil tanker near the Pakistani city of Karachi, bursting into flames.
Sunday People political editor Nigel Nelson and political commentator Jo Phillips join the BBC News Channel to review Sunday's papers.
Several London landmarks will be lit in the colours of the French national flag on Sunday in tribute to those murdered in attacks in Paris.