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Deadly bus attack in northern Kenya
Suspected members of the Somali militant group al-Shabab kill at least 28 people in an attack on a bus in northern Kenya, officials say.
Obama defends immigration reform
US President Barack Obama vows to press for further immigration reform, as Republicans condemn his use of executive powers on the issue.
Madagascar plague outbreak kills 40
An outbreak of plague in Madagascar has killed 40 people and infected dozens of others, the World Health Organization says.
Iran talks enter decisive weekend
Talks on Iran's nuclear programme enter their final weekend, but there is no sign yet of a breakthrough as Monday's deadline looms.
Bahrain holds disputed election
Voters are going to the polls in Bahrain's first parliamentary elections since Arab Spring protests in 2011, but many Shias are urging a boycott.
US to press Turkey over IS role
US Vice-President Joe Biden is to meet Turkey's president, aiming to push for a bigger Turkish role in the fight against Islamic State.
Benghazi report clears US response
A US inquiry finds no wrongdoing by the Obama administration in responding to the deadly 2012 attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
We can end Ebola in 2015, says Ban
The deadly Ebola outbreak can be ended "by mid-2015" if the world speeds up its response, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says.
British IS fighters 'killed in Syria'
Two British men are reported to have been killed while fighting alongside Islamic State militants in Syria.
Falklands signs 'regrettable'
The UK criticises an Argentine law requiring public transport vehicles to carry signs declaring the nation's sovereignty claim over the Falklands.
Floods fear as US snowfall eases
Snowfall in the north-east of the US is subsiding, forecasters say, but there is now a threat of flooding from rain at the weekend as it melts.
14 injured in hotel gas explosion
At least 14 people are injured in a suspected gas explosion which has led to the evacuation of a central London hotel, ambulance officials say.
VIDEO: Ukraine uprising: One year on
Services have been held in Ukraine to mark the anniversary of the mass protests which sparked the downfall of former president Viktor Yanukovych.
VIDEO: 100-year-old sees ocean for first time
The moment a 100-year-old American woman, Ruby Holt, sees the ocean for the first time.
VIDEO: YouTube studios for internet stars
YouTube is investing millions of dollars to set up professional studios which are free to use for anyone who has at least five thousand subscribers.
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VIDEO: £3bn to fix crumbling Westminster
Taxpayers may have to spend more than £3bn to stop the Palace of Westminster turning into an unusable "ruin", the BBC has learned.
VIDEO: Twitter co-founder defends application
The chairman and co-founder of Twitter is in London for the global launch of his new company 'Square'.
VIDEO: The Bristol bus powered by poo
Britain's first Bio-Bus, nicknamed "the number two," powered by human and food waste has taken to the roads in Bristol.
VIDEO: Police raid Japan widow's home
Police in Japan have raided the homes of a 67-year-old Japanese woman arrested on suspicion of poisoning her husband, as details of six former partners' deaths emerge in local media.
Military force: Not the way to win?
The nature of war has changed, says Jonathan Marcus, and military might is no longer a guarantee of success.
Did Obama deliver for Hispanics?
President Obama's immigration speech was a long-awaited moments for the United States' large Hispanic community. But it's what comes next that will matter most.
Bahrain: Will polls fuel unrest?
The people of the island kingdom of Bahrain go to the polls on 22 November in the first general election since the Arab Spring protests of 2011.
VIDEO: 15 secs: How to block spying
Human rights group Amnesty International has released software to stop governments learning secrets from your computer.
VIDEO: Ferguson decision: A timeline of events
Protesters and police in Ferguson are all part of a tense waiting game, wondering if a police officer will be indicted for the death of Michael Brown. A look at the events that lead to these circumstances
VIDEO: Kim Kardashian's bottom: Work of art?
Will Gompertz looks at whether an "artistic statue" of Kim Karsdashian's bottom would be art or not
World's biggest crane ship sets sail
The world's largest crane ship, which is capable of lifting oil rigs, sets sail from its shipyard in Korea for Rotterdam port in the Netherlands.
US stocks boosted by China rate cut
US stocks close at yet another record high after China announced a surprise rate cut and the head of the European Central Bank hinted at further stimulus action.
Delta swaps Boeings for Airbus jets
American airline Delta replaces its old Boeing planes in a $14bn order for 50 Airbus wide-body jets powered by Rolls Royce engines
Police make computer hijack arrests
Fifteen people have been arrested, including four in the UK, in connection with the hijacking of computers.
Google tries ad-free net experiment
Search giant Google has unveiled an experiment that lets people pay to visit sites rather than see adverts.
O'Keeffe work sets female art record
A floral painting by late US artist Georgia O'Keeffe sells for $44.4m (£28.8m) at auction, setting a record for an artwork by a female artist.
Cosby carries on with one-man show
US entertainer Bill Cosby presses on with a series of comic engagements despite mounting allegations that he sexually assaulted a number of women.
Climate fund receives $9.3bn pledge
Thirty nations meeting in Berlin have pledged $9.3bn (£6bn) for a fund to help developing countries cut emissions and prepare for climate change.
Embrace the arts, engineers told
Engineering needs to emphasise its creative side to encourage more young people to take it up as a career, says a leading member of the profession.
Female bosses 'more depressed'
Women with job authority are more likely than men to display symptoms of depression, according to research in the US.
Obesity 'costing same as smoking'
The worldwide cost of obesity is about the same as smoking or armed conflict and greater than both alcoholism and climate change, research suggests.
McCaw not interested in milestones
Richie McCaw says he is thinking about beating Wales, despite the match on Saturday being his 100th as All Blacks captain.
Hamilton 'like a kid at Christmas'
Lewis Hamilton says his "spectacular" Mercedes is the best F1 car he has driven as he builds up to the title-deciding Abu Dhabi GP.
The day the entire German fleet surrendered
Armistice Day is remembered as the day World War One ended, but for naval historians Britain's greatest victory came 10 days later.
City at war - where a police officer is killed every day
Pakistan's police are battling the Taliban - not just in the remote north of the country near the border with Afghanistan, but in Karachi, the country's economic and cultural heart.
Police in toastie mercy dash
Officers in New Zealand come to the rescue of a distressed woman who hadn't eaten for three days.
Writing lessons give way to typing
Finnish students will no longer be taught joined-up handwriting, and will get typing lessons instead.
Deadly stadium stampede in Zimbabwe
Eleven people have been killed in a stampede after a religious service in a stadium in Zimbabwe, police say.
Japanese PM Abe dissolves parliament
Japan's PM Shinzo Abe dissolves parliament paving the way for a snap election in December, as local media polls show a low level of support.
Dutch 'Syria bride' custody extended
A judge in the Netherlands agrees to extend the period police can hold a Dutch teenager who travelled to Syria to marry an Islamist fighter.
Chilean colonels jailed for torture
Two retired Chilean colonels - Ramon Caceres and Edgar Ceballos - are jailed for torturing the father of President Michelle Bachelet in 1973.
Greste family appeal to Egypt's Sisi
The parents of jailed Australian Al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste make a direct appeal to Egypt's President Sisi for his release.
Brown's father urges calm in Ferguson
The father of a man shot dead by police in Ferguson, Missouri, has appealed for peace ahead of a grand jury decision against the officer.
NHS staff to fly out to fight Ebola
The first NHS staff are due to fly from London to Sierra Leone to help the fight against the Ebola virus.
Labour 'still party of working people'
Ed Miliband insists Labour remains the party of working people, while accepting one of his MPs was disrespectful to them.
Memorial due for Alan Henning
The family of murdered aid worker Alan Henning say they are struggling to understand his death, ahead of a memorial service.
Terror police arrest man at Heathrow
A 19-year-old man is arrested at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of preparing for acts of terrorism, police say.
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24 hours of news images: 21 November
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In pictures: Mike Nichols films
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Day in pictures: 20 November 2014
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In pictures: Scarcity and Waste
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Your pictures: Movement
Readers' photos on the theme of "movement"
Children's art in Iraqi Kurdistan
Expressions of hope through art in Iraq
Is winning 100 caps still a big deal?
Wayne Rooney's got 100 - but is it still a big deal?
Monsieur Romieu - a 'man of talents'
A French envoy is poisoned - are British diplomats to blame?
Haile Gebrselassie: From athletics to the boardroom
Haile Gebrselassie on his move from athletics to the boardroom
Poet's lost Oxford years remembered
The little-known period of Dylan Thomas's life
Week in pictures: 15-21 November 2014
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Top 10 tips for being a cinematographer
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10 things we didn't know last week
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The Rotting West
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Go Figure: The week in numbers
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VIDEO: Dogs keep Australian farm working
The old tradition breathing fresh life into Australian farming

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