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Round-up of social media trends around the world this week
Mosques across the UK will open their doors to the public later in a bid to "reach out to fellow Britons following tensions around terrorism".
What could you buy for the cost of a Super Bowl ad?
The body of a woman - believed to be missing mother-of-four Samantha Henderson - found in a Dorset lake, had injuries showing she was violently attacked around the head and neck, police say.
Jose Mourinho is adopting familiar tactics as he plots Chelsea's route to the Premier League title, writes Phil McNulty.
MOTD pundit Danny Murphy on how young Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma stood out in their draw against Manchester City.
Research leader defends three-person babies
Sunday's press has reports of a new initiative from Education Secretary Nicky Morgan, while the the Sunday Mirror carries statistics about child-on-child sex crime.
Lydia Ko becomes the youngest world number one in golf history after reaching the top of the women's rankings aged 17.
Playpens to drones - how to solve the global drowning crisis
The first minister marks national voter registration week by urging people in Scotland to register to vote in May's General Election.
A plan for a summit to look at the challenges facing the North Sea oil industry is announced by Aberdeen City Council.
Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan says that he has "succumbed" to social media as a way to connect with his fans and well-wishers.
The man who saved thousands of Jews then disappeared
The great Kuwaiti cat-meat scandal
Chelsea striker Diego Costa says there was no malicious intent behind his stamp on Liverpool's Emre Can.
The actress, Geraldine McEwan, best known for playing Agatha Christie's Miss Marple, has died at the age of 82.
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet announces plans to end a total ban on abortions in the predominantly Roman Catholic country.
BBC Sport picks out some of the key statistics as Chelsea and Manchester City battle for the Premier League title.
A performance of comedy Phoenix Nights Live at the Manchester Arena is cancelled after performer Ted Robbins collapses on stage.