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He was found not guilty of killing his wife after she was scalded with boiling oil.
Palestinians condemn the US for saying Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank are not illegal.
The party wants to spend £100bn a year on tackling climate change - and calls for a new EU referendum.
Bushfires raging to the north of the city are creating a dense haze and "hazardous" air quality.
It comes after the Lib Dems and SNP lost their legal challenge to be included in the ITV programme.
The standoff is into a third day, but younger protesters have been allowed to leave without arrest.
Some customers were left without online banking access for several weeks after the problems last year.
The ex-Royal Marine was accused of the murder of a wounded Taliban fighter in 2011.
An unexpected cold snap has seen winter supplies run low before seasonal appeals have even begun.
The man accused of murdering Grace Millane says she died accidentally during consensual sex.
"Everyday is a living nightmare" for the families of two men who were hit by a train.
Taylor's label can't stop her performing her own songs. The problem comes when she puts them online.
The Trainspotting star will play an "enigmatic" DCI whose unconventional conduct raises suspicions.
"I think we're all shifting our behaviour," the BBC broadcaster says as he wins a prestigious award.
Meet the Hongkongers, mainlanders and families being torn apart by the fight for Hong Kong's identity.
About 13,000 pictures of lifeboats and crew, the oldest from the 1920s, were found in a dusty pile.
Scientists say ultra-slippery toilet coating could save a huge amount of water across the planet.
The fallout from the Duke of York's Newsnight interview lives another day on the front pages.
Mbazira Moses and his friends are trying to rebuild their lives after fleeing anti-gay discrimination.
Photographs of the working lives of sanitation workers in India.
Radio 1 Newsbeat give you a AAA pass at Golden State Warriors' new home.
The US government has issued a directive banning sleeping at work. But sleep experts say they should reconsider.
Evidence seen by the BBC casts doubt on American Airlines' reason for two crew members falling unconscious.
The tech giant's boss Phil Harrison believes its new service Stadia is a "leap forward" for gaming.
Russia has lost more than £130m in theft from a key space project cherished by President Putin.
China wants to end its dependence on imported computer chips, but experts says it will struggle.
Economists seek to explain our world but they often get things wrong, argue two Nobel prize winners.
Eliud Kipchoge made history in October by becoming the first person to run a marathon in under two hours. Here's how he did it.
One trader says that after a seven-fold increase in rates, he "might as well hand back the keys".
Should Special Forces soldiers have been prosecuted over the killing of children in Afghanistan?
New Wales coach Wayne Pivac picks New Zealand-born backs Johnny McNicholl and Willis Halaholo in his first squad.
Dom Sibley says he has been planning for his England Test debut for "quite a long time" as he prepares to open the batting against New Zealand.
The Republic of Ireland experienced another major tournament near miss but the nature of their display against Denmark suggests they may yet qualify for Euro 2020.
British driver Billy Monger is one of the latest entrants to the Extreme E drivers' programme, a new environment-focused series.
Find out more about the contenders for this year's BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award.
England cricket hero Ben Stokes talks through pictures that have defined his life and career in BBC Sport's Photos of me - including that incredible summer with England.
The BBC News site is listing all candidates standing on 12 December - find them with our postcode search.
There are important choices to be made, no matter who wins the election on 12 December.
Your questions answered on university tuition fees, school funding and more.
At a business conference in London, the PM announced a halt to corporation tax cuts, while the Lib Dems accused Labour of being "stuck in the 1970s".
Regulars trying to save their village pub in Warwickshire want politicians to do more to help rural communities.
Our poll tracker measures how people say they are going to vote at the next general election.
John Thomas says he can "no longer follow the clown that leads" the party.
The Aberdeen North hopeful is suspended over comments about anti-Semitism, LGBT rights and terrorism.
Three young West Africans stole from their families to fund a trek to Europe, now they have to face the consequences.