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Germany arrests 25 accused of plotting coup
A far-right group is suspected of planning to storm parliament and install an aristocrat as leader.
China abandons key parts of zero-Covid strategy after protests
Officials say asymptomatic and mild cases will no longer be forced into state quarantine centres.
UK weather: People urged to heat main rooms as cold snap begins
Health officials advise warming living rooms in the day and bedrooms at night in the cold spell.
Georgia Senate runoff result: Democrats solidify Senate control after Warnock victory
Raphael Warnock fights off Republican challenger Herschel Walker to hold his Georgia Senate seat.
Harry and Meghan: 'A ripple of hope can turn into a wave of change'
The couple were honoured in New York for their racial justice and mental health work.
Dorset boy in coma after strep A misdiagnosis, family says
A one-year-old was placed in an induced coma a day after a hospital discharged him, his parents say.
Spanish train collision outside Barcelona injures scores
Two trains collide near Barcelona on Wednesday morning, leaving at least 155 people injured.
RSPB Minsmere: WW2 sea defences emerge from Suffolk beach
A slice of England's wartime history has re-emerged - thanks, in part, to easterly winds.
Ukraine war: US neither encouraged nor enabled Kyiv to strike inside Russia - Blinken
Russia says a third site was attacked by drones on Tuesday, a day after two of its airfields were hit on Monday.
Group of friends find rare 100-million-year-old fossil
The 100-million-year-old fossil is the first such find in Australia to have a complete head and body.
Wigan shooting victim doused in both acid and an alkali - police
Murder detectives say Liam Smith's body was found doused in both acid and alkaline substances.
BrewDog fruity beer ad banned over five-a-day claim
The controversial brewer is told an advert for its fruit beers could mislead consumers.
Winter weather: Keeping costs down when it's cold
As energy bills rise and temperatures fall, there are extra payments available.
Can I get a Cold Weather Payment and how much are they£
Cold Weather Payments are available to some if temperatures stay low.
Home insulation: How can it cut energy bills£
Better home insulation could save some households hundreds of pounds a year on their energy bills.
Cost of living: Expanded energy bill discount scheme under way
A bigger rebate under the Warm Home Discount begins but concerns remain some are missing out.
Five ways to spend and waste less this Christmas
Experts give tips on how to make your Christmas cheaper, greener and just as joyful.
Cost of Living: How to have a Christmas party on a budget
With money tight, there are ways you can organise a Christmas party without the financial hangover.
How to cut your energy bills
Energy bills have gone up, but there are some easy ways households can reduce costs.
Ros Atkins on... The UK’s home insulation problem
BBC Analysis editor Ros Atkins looks at why millions of UK homes don’t have adequate home insulation – and what the government plans to do about it.
Mum-of-seven starts baby bank in Walsall and helps hundreds
Kimberley set up Tots in Need during a Covid lockdown after seeing a need for baby banks in Walsall.
Cost of living: The Leeds food bank making every user feel valued
The Cultural Food Hub is making sure each bag given matches the needs of the person receiving it.
Mortgages: What happens if I miss a payment£
Homeowners are worried about rising mortgage costs - but lenders must help those struggling.
The Hum: Villagers say they're 'tortured' by mystery noise
A constant hum is driving some Holmfield residents to despair, but the source remains a mystery.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas on Bollywood: 'I’d earn 10% of my male co-actor’s salary'
The actress spoke about her experience with pay parity, body shaming and the pressure of social media.
Share your stories as A&E faces winter pressures
Had an experience of using emergency care recently£ Tell us ahead of our special coverage.
Cambridge: 'I nearly bought a stolen house on Zoopla'
Max Holland had an offer accepted but then a detective called to tell him the home was not for sale.
The airline policy that cost pregnant flight crew their jobs
Singapore Airlines recently dropped its five-decade-old policy, after demands from human rights groups.
Gambling: Perfect storm predicted in December, experts say
A winter World Cup, a cost-of-living crisis and Christmas coinciding prompts a warning about gambling.
Syria camps: Relatives of Islamic State group 'stuck in limbo'
Thousands detained in 2019 are stuck in limbo, with their home countries unwilling to repatriate them.
Georgia Senate election: Who is Reverend Raphael Warnock£
The Atlanta pastor will start his first full Senate term after winning the seat four times in four years.
December strikes - everything you need to know
Hundreds of thousands of workers have walked out, or threatened to, causing widespread disruption.
Indonesia's new sex laws and what they could mean for tourism
Officials insist visitors are unlikely to be affected but rights groups say "it will be a problem".
Train strike: How much are rail workers paid£
There have been different claims made about how much rail workers get paid.
Covid: Why were the government's Covid contracts challenged£
The government awarded thousands of contracts to private companies during the pandemic.
Avatar: The Way of Water world premiere takes place in London
Everything you need to know about director James Cameron's long-awaited second trip to Pandora.
Steve Borthwick would restore England 'clarity' - Ugo Monye
Steve Borthwick would restore "clarity and detail" if he is made England head coach says former team-mate Ugo Monye.
West Indies v England: Lauren Bell takes 4-33 as visitors secure comfortable ODI series win
England thrash West Indies by 142 runs to secure a dominant one-day international series win in Antigua.
World Cup 2022: Cristiano Ronaldo replacement Goncalo Ramos runs riot for Portugal
Watch his best moments as 21-year-old Goncalo Ramos, who replaced Cristiano Ronaldo in the starting line-up for Portugal, runs riot against Switzerland, netting a hat-trick in their 6-1 victory.
World Cup 2022: Morocco into last eight after shootout win over Spain
Achraf Hakimi scores the winning penalty to send Morocco into the quarter-finals of the World Cup at the expense of Spain.
Eden Hazard: Belgium playmaker announces international retirement
Belgium playmaker Eden Hazard announces his retirement from international football at the age of 31.
Novak Djokovic to make Australia return in Adelaide one year after deportation
Novak Djokovic will return to Australia at January's Adelaide International, almost a year after being deported from the country because of his Covid-19 vaccination status.
World Cup 2022: Alan Shearer answers your England questions in Pundit Q&A
Alan Shearer sits down with Liam Loftus to answer questions from the BBC Sport audience about England, Jude Bellingham and whether "prime" Alan could get into this England team.
World Cup 2022: How have travelling fans found Qatar tournament£
The historic first World Cup in the Middle East has been controversial, but how have the travelling supporters found the host nation£
World Cup 2022: The man who replaced Cristiano Ronaldo - who is Goncalo Ramos£
Before kick-off in Portugal's 6-1 win over Switzerland, all the talk was about Cristiano Ronaldo. By full-time, it was all about 21-year-old Goncalo Ramos.
Watch Morocco fans celebrate historic World Cup win
The north African team reach the quarter-finals for the first time after beating Spain on penalties.
World Cup 2022: What next for Spain & Luis Enrique after shock loss to Morocco on penalties£
Spain are out of the World Cup after losing on penalties to Morocco in the last 16, so what next for the team and manager Luis Enrique£
World Cup 2022: Morocco’s heroic win over Spain gets royal approval with call from the King
Morocco's history-making win is given the royal seal of approval with a call from their King after Achraf Hakimi’s penalty proves him the coolest man in the stadium.
World Cup 2022: England v France - who should Gareth Southgate pick£
England comfortably beat Senegal to set up a quarter-final tie with France, so who would you choose in your Three Lions starting XI£
World Cup 2022: 'Cristiano Ronaldo reduced to role of superstar nobody wants'
Cristiano Ronaldo is reduced to the role of the superstar nobody wants as Portugal follow Manchester United's lead in deciding they might be better off without him, writes Phil McNulty.
World Cup 2022: Meet Brazil forward Neymar's lookalike
Eigon Oliver tells BBC Sport's Nesta McGregor what life is like as a Neymar lookalike.
World Cup 2022: What you need to know about England's quarter-final with France
England face France in a mouth-watering World Cup quarter-final on Saturday - here's all the key details.
Are women getting angrier£
An annual poll suggests that women, on average worldwide, are getting angrier. Why might this be£
Nirbhaya 10 years on: The lives the Delhi gang rape changed
A horrific gang rape and murder shocked the world in 2012 - has anything changed for women in India£
BBC 100 Women marks 10th year with focus on progress
The innovative BBC season reflects on a decade of change in a tumultuous year which has seen women taking centre stage.
'They allow us to name something we know is wrong': The new words defining sexual abuse
From stealthing to downblousing, the coining of specific terms is allowing women around the world to share experiences of abuse that have traditionally gone unrecognised - but what is actually changing£
Iran protests: BBC identifies many more people killed in demonstrations after Mahsa Amini's death
BBC journalists have been able to identify more people killed in Iran, and research confirmed that high numbers come from ethnic minority groups.
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