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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan uses a TV speech to warn President Putin not to "play with fire" over the downing of a Russian plane.
A suicide bomber has killed at least 21 people in attack on a Shia Muslim procession in Nigeria's Kano state, eyewitnesses say.
France holds a national memorial service to remember the 130 people who died in the Paris attacks two weeks ago.
Pope Francis urges Kenyans to unite and take a stand against the destructive effects of tribalism by asking a stadium of people to hold hands.
Six children have drowned as two migrant boats carrying them from Turkey to Greece sank in the Aegean Sea, Turkish media say.
Japanese officials say they are investigating decomposed bodies found on board boats off the country's coastline.
The Dutch finance ministry says it will fight a ruling ordering it to recover as much as €30m (£21.2m) in tax from Starbucks.
Black Friday sees an online spending surge on both sides of the Atlantic, although there were still long queues of US consumers hunting for bargains on the High Street.
Li-fi, a faster way to deliver internet access, has been tested in a real-life, working office in Tallinn, Estonia.
Four schoolboys in the western Indian city of Mumbai are arrested for gang-raping their classmate, police say.
Chicago police say a 27-year-old man has been arrested over the execution-style murder of a nine-year-old boy, Tyshawn Lee, earlier this month.
Republican presidential contender Donald Trump denies mocking a disabled reporter during a campaign address this week.
A growing controversy over a Singapore concert starring gay singer Adam Lambert has highlighted the widening cultural divide in the strait-laced city-state.
Lakes that have been forming near Mount Everest could threaten settlements downstream if they overflow.
France holds a national memorial service for the 130 people killed in the gun and bomb attacks in Paris on 13 November
Russians vow to stop going to Turkey on holiday in revenge for downed plane.
The Pope has been greeted by an enthusiastic crowd at a youth rally at Nairobi's Kasarani Stadium, his last public event in Kenya before travelling to Uganda, as Anne Soy reports.
Canada's Miss World contender says she was barred from boarding a plane from Hong Kong to the China city hosting this year's pageant.
A look at the economic case for solving the imbalance between male and female farmers' output around the world.
Taxi driver Mike Harvey's photos of his passengers in Neath and Swansea have become an internet hit.
Africa's richest woman talks about the obstacles to economic growth in Angola.
Adam Fleming meets the people restoring the roof of Rome's Colosseum.
Are claims of a 'failed state' after Paris attacks justified?
Why don't more women become lorry drivers?
The young people dedicated to a unique Hong Kong art
Why African Americans are choosing to live in Ghana
The truth about Facebook quizzes
Power cuts are hurting Zambia's businesses