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A woman whose son came back to Britain after fighting in Syria says returning fighters need more support.
Who was his team's best attacker and best defender - and who looks like he belongs in a spaghetti western?
Mali says it is now free from the Ebola virus, after 42 days without a new case, the country's health minister says.
MOTD2 pundit Trevor Sinclair expands on his TV analysis of what was different about Arsenal as they beat Manchester City 2-0.
The chief executive of controversial online taxi-sharing firm Uber says he wants to make 2015 a year of rapid expansion in Europe.
Northampton's England second row Courtney Lawes needs ankle surgery and will miss "the first few weeks" of the Six Nations.
Lionel Messi scores the 30th hat-trick of his Barcelona career as his side thrash Deportivo La Coruna in La Liga.
Belgium asks Greece to extradite one of the suspects arrested in Greece over a possible link with a foiled plot against Belgian police.
Thousands of people attend a rally in Kiev to remember the victims of a rocket attack on a bus in the east of the country.
The oldest person in Britain celebrates her 112th birthday and says she doesn't feel any different to when she was 70.
Mark Ronson continues his reign at the top of the UK single chart, notching up a fifth week at the number one.
Santi Cazorla scores one goal and creates another as Arsenal end Manchester City's 12-match unbeaten Premier League run.
Prime Minister David Cameron defends the right to "cause offence about someone's religion" in a free society.
The manager of shop, raided three times in six months, calls on police and the council to take action before it goes out of business.
An Israeli air strike kills several Hezbollah fighters in Syrian sector of Golan Heights, the Lebanese militant movement says.
BBC Sport's Matt Slater speaks to Team Sky's Sir Dave Brailsford about how sleep, technology and hunger are key to success.
Suspected militants from Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram have kidnapped at least 60 people in neighbouring Cameroon, officials say.
The eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk sees heavy fighting as government forces intensify operations against Russian-backed militants.
Heather Watson starts the Australian Open full of confidence - will that translate into the Grand Slam run she craves?
Welsh athletes Rhys Williams and Gareth Warburton aim to return to competition after serving drugs bans.