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Hundreds of protesters clash with police in Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince as the country faces the prospect of being left without a functioning government.
Senior figures from the world of sports and entertainment write to the government to call for an overhaul of the secondary ticketing market.
Hundreds of protesters clash with police in Port-au-Prince as Haiti faces the prospect of being left without a functioning government.
The Scottish woman who was the mother of Japanese whisky
What happened to England's lost railway stations?
At least 30 people are killed and many more injured as a bus collides with an oil tanker near the Pakistani city of Karachi, bursting into flames.
Sunday People political editor Nigel Nelson and political commentator Jo Phillips join the BBC News Channel to review Sunday's papers.
Several London landmarks will be lit in the colours of the French national flag on Sunday in tribute to those murdered in attacks in Paris.
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Lesson from GM's 'year of disappointment'
Voters in Croatia will take to the polls later on Sunday for a presidential runoff election that will determine who is their next head of state.
GPs have offered weekend appointments across an area of West Sussex to alleviate the pressure on hospital A&E departments.
How to react to the Charlie Hebdo massacre?
NHS England has announced plans to diagnose an extra 10% of patients with cancer early, in a bid to save more lives.
Air pollution in Scotland's towns and cities is creating a public health crisis, according to environmental campaigners.
A suicide bomb attack in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli has killed at least seven people, in the latest violence linked to Syria's civil war.
In the wake of the Paris terror attacks, Sunday's papers focus on the potential threat to the UK - and the country's response.
Prime Minister David Cameron is to pay a two-day visit to US president Barack Obama in Washington, the White House says.
A missing man's family is told by police that a body has been found in a river.
About 35,000 people have marched through the German city of Dresden in protest against recent so-called anti-Islamisation rallies, organisers say.