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A number of credit card companies are misinforming customers about their legal right to a refund on faulty or damaged goods, a survey by www.money.co.uk suggests.
A man and a teenage girl, who are believed to be related, are killed in a car crash in south London.
An 83-year-old woman was mugged for £20 in a "callous and violent attack" as she went for a walk on Christmas Day morning, police say.
Millions of wills, including those of Charles Dickens, Winston Churchill and Princess Diana, have been made available online for a £10 fee.
A Grade II-listed building in Norfolk is destroyed in a fire.
Firefighters have been working through the night to tackle a blaze at a block of flats in Turnberry in Ayrshire.
Australia captain Steve Smith scores 192 to help his side to 530 in the third Test against India, who reach 108-1 in reply.
Motorists are warned of treacherous driving conditions in parts of Wales following a night of snow, rain and plummeting temperatures.
Two police officers help a woman give birth on a subway train in the US city of Philadelphia.
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Malaysia's prime minister has cut short a trip to the United States, to confront criticism over his handling of the country's worst flooding in decades.
Arsenal close in on Cavani, Real Madrid could sell Gareth Bale, Chelsea after Asamoah, Neil Warnock clinging to his job - plus more.
BBC Sport and global football experts assess 50 possible moves that could happen in the January transfer window.