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The world's newspapers and websites have found different ways of covering the Charlie Hebdo front cover depicting the Prophet Muhammad.
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A motorcyclist dies following a crash on the Larne Road in Ballycarry, County Antrim.
French MPs, including Prime Minister Manuel Valls, hold a minute's silence and sing the national anthem, La Marseillaise, in the National Assembly to honour the victims of last week's Paris attacks.
Eyewitness Mark English describes attempts made to help a Waterstones worker who was killed when the shop's sign fell on her.
One of Washington DC's busiest Metro stations, L'Enfant Plaza, is evacuated after smoke fills the station and trains, leaving one person dead.
Former Wolves owner Sir Jack Hayward dies at the age of 91, the Championship club have announced.
Tanzania outlaws witch doctors in a move intended to stop the killing of albino people for their body parts.
Woody Allen is to create his first ever television series, writing and directing a show for the Amazon Prime Instant Video service.
Defending champion Ronnie O'Sullivan equals Stephen Hendry's all-time centuries record of 775 in the Masters.
Millions of Android users could be at risk as Google changes the way it handles security updates for older versions of the smartphone operating system.
Police make multiple arrests and use tear gas to disperse crowds of American football fans following Ohio State's victory in the college championship game.
Oldham Athletic owner Simon Corney says he would consider selling the League One club after the Ched Evans saga.
The Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry was wrong to refuse a woman's bid for legal representation at public expense, the High Court has ruled.
Britain's Jessica Ennis-Hill to contest her first heptathlon since winning gold at London 2012 in May's Hypo-Meeting.
Film-maker Pedro Almodovar joins the cast of Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown for the curtain call at its opening night in the West End.
The German president and chancellor are to attend a Muslim community rally on Tuesday to promote tolerance and religious freedom.
First snow of the year in Wales
The UK's creative industries, which includes the film, TV and music sectors, were worth a record £76.9bn to the UK economy in 2013, the government says.
A South Carolina judge has declared a mistrial in the case of a former police chief who killed an unarmed black men after a jury deadlocked.