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How much attention have you been paying this year?
Concerts, albums and events to anticipate
The search has resumed for AirAsia Indonesia flight QZ8501, as relatives wait for news.
One of the biggest shocks in FA Cup final history took place in 1988 at Wembley when Wimbledon beat Liverpool.
Susan Daltas tells the BBC her son-in-law, Marcus, is still on the ferry after his wife and children were rescued from a stricken Italian ferry on fire off the coast of Greece.
Investigations are continuing into a fire at a bus depot which destroyed 30 coaches, five minibuses and a car.
Man Utd target Coleman, Liverpool chase Berahino, Moyes wants to take Liverpool's Can to Real Sociedad, plus more.
A pensioner has died in hospital more than a week after she was struck by a lorry in Selkirk.
South Korea proposes high-level talks with North Korea, including discussions of reunions for families separated by the Korean War.
The Greek parliament is to hold a third and final vote on whether to approve a new president, a decision which could trigger snap elections.
The first anniversary of the arrest in Egypt of three al-Jazeera journalists: Peter Greste, Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed fell on Monday.
A charity which maintains the country's lighthouses is celebrating 500 years of protecting mariners.
Asian markets traded higher on Monday following new record highs on Wall Street on Friday, which boosted investor confidence.
An Italian ferry which caught fire on route to Italy with 478 people on board is being evacuated in choppy seas and high winds.
Controversial Sony film The Interview becomes the studio's most downloaded film ever, just four days after its release online.
The search has resumed for AirAsia Indonesia flight QZ8501, which has gone missing with 162 people on board, an Indonesian official has said.
Up to three million young people are yet to decide how to vote in the general election, and this could be key to who wins, a think tank says.
Vacant birthplace of Nazi leader gives Austria a headache
The head of a major UK business group is calling on politicians to rise above "point-scoring" in the general election campaigns next year.
Stories that made impact in world of archaeology this year