Winners at Golden Globes in Beverly Hills
President Francois Hollande is due to chair a crisis meeting amid questions over how known militants were able to launch deadly attacks in Paris.
Passengers using London Bridge station will face further disruption for more than a year because of rebuilding work, rail authorities warn.
Dairy co-operative First Milk has not issued its scheduled payment to suppliers on Monday because of cash flow problems.
South Korea's President Park Geun-hye says she is willing to hold reunification talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un without pre-conditions.
The first students to pay higher university tuition fees will graduate into the UK's most attractive job market for a decade, a study says.
US Secretary of State John Kerry calls for stronger US-Indian trade ties at an international investor conference ahead of President Barack Obama's visit to India this month.
David Cameron is to urge voters in the forthcoming general election not to pass on a "legacy of debt" to their children and grandchildren.
Liberty, equality, fraternity and hate crimes
Celebrities attending the Golden Globes awards ceremony in Beverly Hills have shown their support for the people of France in the wake of a deadly attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Patients are no longer flowing through the hospital system - and that is causing serious problems, says Nick Triggle.
Divers retrieved one of the flight data recorders of crashed AirAsia Flight QZ8501, says officials, but the voice recorder is still missing
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Pupils and teachers return to a school in the Pakistani city of Peshawar where more than 140 people died in a Taliban attack in December.
Budget cuts by councils have left bus services facing a crisis, a report by the Campaign for Better Transport says.
The government's counter-terrorism bill needs to be changed to protect the rights of UK citizens, Parliament's human rights watchdog says.
A blood test could help people choose which stop-smoking strategy would give them the best chance of quitting, research in the Lancet suggests.
A search is being launched for Britons whose ancestors fought at Waterloo, on the 200th anniversary of Britain and its allies' victory over Napoleon.
Scotland's economy finished 2014 on a "solid footing" and will continue to expand this year, according to a Bank of Scotland report.
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