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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.
- VIDEO: One-minute World News
- Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
- 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.
- Day in pictures: 21 November 2014
- 24 hours of news images: 21 November
- In pictures: Snow chaos in north-eastern US
- Snowstorm hits north-east of the United States
- Picture power: Bird flu
- The story behind the picture
- In pictures: Mike Nichols films
- A glimpse at the work of film director Mike Nichols
- Day in pictures: 20 November 2014
- 24 hours of news images: 20 November
- In pictures: Scarcity and Waste
- Finalists of Syngenta Photography Award
- 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
- A selection of the best news photos around the world this week
- Top 10 tips for being a cinematographer
- How to make it as a cinematographer
- 10 things we didn't know last week
- Seals fancy penguins, and more nuggets
- The Rotting West
- The web's ironic take on what Russians think
- Go Figure: The week in numbers
- The week's big numbers visualised
- VIDEO: Dogs keep Australian farm working
- The old tradition breathing fresh life into Australian farming
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