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  1. Britons jailed over Syria terror camp

    Two brothers from east London become the first Britons to be jailed for terrorism training in Syria.
  2. Concerns over terror exclusion plans

    The UK's reviewer of terrorism laws raises concerns about plans to exclude people from the UK if they go abroad to fight with extremist groups, as a new counter-terror bill is published
  3. Care home boss guilty of child abuse

    A former children's homes boss is found guilty of 26 charges of sexually abusing youngsters in Wrexham.
  4. Ferguson protests spread across US

    Protests have been held in more than a dozen US cities over the decision not to charge a white policeman who killed a black teenager in Missouri.
  5. Meters overcharge 1.5m gas customers

    About 1.5 million gas customers with pre-payment meters have been overcharged because their meters are faulty, the industry has admitted.
  6. Burglars admit attacking lecturer

    Four men admit a burglary during which a university lecturer was savagely beaten at his south London home.
  7. Facebook Lee Rigby attack 'unfair'

    It would be "almost impossible" for internet firms to monitor all website postings for possible terrorist content, a former MI6 director says.
  8. 'Radical' Scottish land reform plan

    Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announces plans to take action against landowners who pose a "barrier" to development.
  9. Royal Mail 'scaremongering' on post

    The boss of Royal Mail is accused of "scaremongering" by the business secretary, after telling MPs that there is a threat to the universal service.
  10. Learning disability care 'failing'

    People with learning disabilities are being kept in hospitals too far from home for too long, a report commissioned by NHS England finds.
  11. Shakespeare Folio found in France

    A rare Shakespeare First Folio, regarded as the most important book in English literature, is discovered in a small French town.
  12. Sun reporter cleared over Budget leak

    The Sun's former Whitehall editor is cleared of illegally paying a civil servant for information, including details of the March 2010 budget.
  13. VIDEO: Nun's Like a Virgin hit raises eyebrows

    A nun who won Italy's version of The Voice singing contest has released an album, revealing some unusual song choices.
  14. VIDEO: Mobile showers for the homeless

    A new initiative in San Francisco offers the city's homeless population mobile showers and toilets in a converted bus.
  15. VIDEO: Can drones get water to stranded Joe?

    In an annual challenge, teams attempt to deliver water using drones to a remote part of the Australian Outback.
  16. AUDIO: Horned dinosaur species identified

    A new species of horned dinosaur has been identified from fossils held in a Canadian museum for 75 years.
  17. VIDEO: How to hack a molecular microscope

    A PhD student from Brunel University London has saved himself £100,000 by 'hacking' his own kit.
  18. VIDEO: Vlogger Chyaz on new ad rules

    Video bloggers or 'vloggers', as they're called, are being issued with new guidance by the Advertising Standards Authority, which says they have to make it clear if they are promoting products for money.
  19. VIDEO: What does Ukraine's future hold?

    One year since popular protests began in Ukraine, a new government prepares to take office, amid calls for reform.
  20. VIDEO: Sharp rise in 'revenge evictions'

    There has been a sharp rise in the number of people asking for help from Citizens Advice because they feel they have been unfairly evicted from rented accommodation.
  21. Gordon Corera: Thwarting terror's cyber warfare

    Tackling the foe online is key for a modern counter-terrorist operation, says Gordon Corera, but there are concerns over free speech.
  22. Kick-starting the European economy

    Jean-Claude Juncker has launched the European Commission's New Deal, and it will be judged by its success or failure.
  23. Royal Mail in the spotlight on the threat to the universal postal service

    Royal Mail chief executive Moya Greene is to lay out her case to MPs.
  24. Can internet companies monitor terrorists?

    Can internet firms effectively monitor terrorists?
  25. Picture power: Pausing the moment

    Looking at the story behind an image by Carl Court of a student protest in London.
  26. VIDEO: How Ferguson protests spread

    BBC News looks at the aftermath of the decision not to charge a white policeman who killed black teenager Michael Brown.
  27. The problem with freezing stem cells

    What went wrong with a cancer treatment that should have healed rather than harmed.
  28. Ferguson: The controversy explained

    The shooting of Michael Brown led to widespread unrest and an upsurge of anger against the police.
  29. Tesco 'gifts for boys' sign removed

    A complaint from a seven-year-old girl prompts Tesco to remove a sign which referred to a superhero alarm clock as a "gift for a boy".
  30. Stop eating cats says Swiss campaign

    Hundreds of thousands of Swiss people secretly eat cat or dog say activists, who want it to be made illegal.
  31. Poulter keen on Ryder Cup captaincy

    Ian Poulter says he would "love" to be Ryder Cup captain, and also says there is no rift between him and Tiger Woods.
  32. Eubank Sr likens son to Leonard

    Chris Eubank Sr says his son Chris Jr - who faces Billy Joe Saunders on Saturday - is the most talented boxer since Sugar Ray Leonard.
  33. Cricketer Hughes 'remains critical'

    Australia batsman Phil Hughes remains in a critical condition after being struck on the head by a ball in a match.
  34. Dortmund train in a London park

    Borussia Dortmund are photographed training in London's Regent's Park before the Champions League game against Arsenal.
  35. Higgins eases into UK second round

    Former world champion John Higgins eases into the second round of the UK Championship with victory over Lee Walker.
  36. Thomas Cook chief in shock departure

    Thomas Cook chief executive Harriet Green has resigned, saying her work at the travel firm "is complete".
  37. VIDEO: Unsafe Christmas toys seized at Dover

    Thousands of dangerous and counterfeit goods have been prevented from entering the UK after they were seized by Kent County Council Trading Standards from a huge consignment entering Dover Docks.
  38. Clegg backs EU migrant benefit curbs

    Nick Clegg outlines his proposals to curb benefits to European Union migrants, during a meeting with his German counterpart in Berlin.
  39. VIDEO: MP: No sympathy for millionaires like you

    Former England footballer Sol Campbell clashes with Labour MP Owen Smith over the party's proposed mansion tax.
  40. Call for £2bn more for NHS in England

    Calls for extra money for the NHS in England are intensifying after latest figures show the deficit is growing as performance deteriorates.
  41. VIDEO: Movember moustache praise from PM

    David Cameron remarks on the look of Tory MPs Jake Berry and Jason McCartney, sporting Movember moustaches.
  42. Degree apprenticeships launched

    Young people will be able to gain a full honours degree while earning a wage and paying no fees, under a scheme backed by government and industry.
  43. Sony to pay Vita owners after bad ad

    Sony agrees to reimburse some owners of the PlayStation Vita after being accused of making false claims about its features.
  44. VIDEO: Can drones get water to stranded Joe?

    In an annual challenge, teams attempt to deliver water using drones to a remote part of the Australian Outback.
  45. UK team's data bonanza from comet

    UK researchers obtain "rich" data from the Philae lander just before its power died.
  46. AUDIO: Horned dinosaur species identified

    A new species of horned dinosaur has been identified from fossils held in a Canadian museum for 75 years.
  47. Keating 'liberated' by West End debut

    Boyzone singer Ronan Keating calls making his West End debut in musical Once a "liberating" if exposing experience.
  48. VIDEO: Nun's Like a Virgin hit raises eyebrows

    A nun who won Italy's version of The Voice singing contest has released an album, revealing some unusual song choices.
  49. Why Nick Drake is not the patron saint of the miserable

    The singer-songwriter's melancholy legend does his music a disservice.
  50. How can a baby survive in a storm drain?

    A newborn baby is receiving treatment after surviving for up to five days in a drain in Sydney, Australia. How did it manage to keep going?
  51. Boy's injuries 'like top-floor fall'

    Fatal internal injuries suffered by a 22-month-old boy were like those caused by "a fall from the top floor of a house", his parents' murder trial hears.
  52. Care home owners charged with neglect

    The owners of a care home in Lancashire are charged with mistreating vulnerable residents.
  53. Murder inquiry into Prestwick death

    Police have begun a murder inquiry into the death of a 60-year-old man found in his home in Prestwick on 20 November.
  54. Foam can 'caused' art school blaze

    Fire service report says the Glasgow Art school blaze spread from basement to roof through ventilation ducting acting "like a chimney"
  55. Minister warns of major job losses

    Finance minister Simon Hamilton warns of "considerable" job losses in the public sector, but cannot put an exact figure on cuts through voluntary redundancy.
  56. Board to pick up death crash family

    The North Eastern Education and Library Board agrees to provide transport to collect the brothers and sisters of a boy who was killed in a crash near Cloughmills, County Antrim.
  57. 'Contaminated' petrol was from Murco

    Morrisons says suspected contaminated petrol sold at two stores in Carmarthenshire came from the Murco refinery in Milford Haven.
  58. Caerphilly estate is 'most deprived'

    An area of Caerphilly becomes the most deprived community in Wales, official figures show.
  59. Ghana cocaine bust turns political

    Ghana's opposition calls for a parliamentary probe into allegations that a suspected cocaine trafficker had access to the presidential lounge at the country's main international airport.
  60. Zimbabwe VP leadership bid blocked

    Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF blocks Vice-President Joyce Mujuru from retaining a party post, damaging her chances of one day succeeding President Mugabe.
  61. HK policemen arrested over beating

    Seven Hong Kong policemen are arrested in connection with the beating of a pro-democracy protester in October.
  62. Gunmen kill Pakistan polio workers

    Four polio vaccination workers are shot dead and three injured in the south-west Pakistani city of Quetta.
  63. Juncker reveals giant EU jobs plan

    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker gives details of a €315bn (£250bn; $393bn) investment plan to kick-start Europe's economy.
  64. Germany backs female directors quota

    Top German companies are told to ensure that 30% of supervisory board positions are held by women from 2016 under a law agreed late on Tuesday.
  65. Colombia rebels release two soldiers

    Colombia's Farc rebels release two soldiers taken hostage earlier this month, a first step towards resuming peace talks.
  66. Peru probes 500 sea lion deaths

    Peru's environmental police launch an investigation into the deaths of some 500 sea lions found on a northern beach.
  67. Raqqa air strikes death toll rises

    Almost 100 people are now believed to have died in a series of government air strikes on the Islamic State-held northern city of Raqqa on Tuesday.
  68. Eight hostages freed in Yemen raid

    Yemeni troops take part in a raid to rescue a group of eight hostages being held by al-Qaeda, but there are conflicting reports of US involvement
  69. Snow snarls up Thanksgiving getaway

    Harsh weather along the US east coast has disrupted one of the busiest travel days ahead of the country's Thanksgiving holiday.
  70. Sex assault charge for radio host

    Former Canadian Broadcasting Corporation presenter Jian Ghomeshi has been arrested and charged with sexual assault, Toronto police say.
  71. 'The war on Facebook'

    Wednesday's big story in the newspapers is criticism by MPs that Facebook did not alert the security services to terror threats made by one of the killers of Fusilier Lee Rigby.
  72. Your pictures: Insects

    Readers' photos on the theme of "insects"
  73. Day in pictures: 26 November 2014

    24 hours of news images: 25 November
  74. In pictures: Ferguson riots aftermath

    Scenes of widespread damage in Ferguson
  75. Day in pictures: 25 November 2014

    24 hours of news images: 25 November
  76. In pictures: Ruling sparks rioting in US town of Ferguson

    Night of unrest follows a jury's decision
  77. The dangerous beauty of the Himalayas

    The dangerous beauty of the Himalayas
  78. Week in pictures: 15-21 November 2014

    The best news photos from around the world
  79. Day in pictures: 24 November 2014

    24 hours of news images: 24 November
  80. VIDEO: Public Accounts Committee

    MPs take evidence on flood risk management.
  81. VIDEO: Outrage over illegal mile-long tip

    An illegal fly-tip in Purfleet, Essex has grown to almost a mile long provoking anger from people living nearby
  82. VIDEO: UKIP new boy heckled in Commons

    Mark Reckless faces noisy scenes as he puts his first question to the prime minister since his election as a UKIP MP.
  83. VIDEO: Father's fight to bring son home

    Phill Wills talks about his fight to have his severely autistic son, Josh, cared for nearer his family in Cornwall.
  84. VIDEO: Lee Rigby family on Facebook 'failure'

    Two members of murdered fusilier Lee Rigby's family say a government report into his killing has given them someone to blame.
  85. VIDEO: 'I'll never stop missing my Breck'

    Lorin LaFave, whose 14-year-old son, Breck Bednar, was stabbed to death by an "internet predator", says she is lost and heartbroken.
  86. VIDEO: Where now for HK protesters?

    The removal of the Mong Kok activist camp by the authorities means protests in Hong Kong continue in just two sites.
  87. VIDEO: Vloggers warned over unclear adverts

    Vloggers are being told they need to be completely clear about when they're being paid to promote products.
  88. VIDEO: David Mellor recorded in taxi row

    Former cabinet minister David Mellor is secretly recorded having a heated row and swearing at a taxi driver, a tabloid newspaper reports.
  89. How cricket helmets changed

    Do cricket helmets do enough to protect the head?
  90. Has the imagination disappeared from Lego?

    Do the sets designed by Lego discourage imagination?
  91. Six unexpected WW1 battlegrounds

    Six World War One battlegrounds in unexpected places
  92. The Taliban's psychiatrist

    How militants trusted this man with their deepest secrets
  93. A new face for Africa's men

    BBC man embraces South Africa's male beauty revolution
  94. Legendary London lamb chop enters stratosphere

    How legendary London Lamb chop went airborne
  95. Richard Stead: Breaking the cycle of poor literacy

    What can be done to break cycle of poor reading and writing skills?
  96. Playwright Priestley's 'grim' north

    Was a book by JB Priestley responsible for the stereotype?

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