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Tasers 'needed for all police'
All front-line police officers should be offered a Taser to protect them against the increased terrorism threat, the head of the Police Federation says.
Louis Armstrong Desert Discs online
Louis Armstrong's personal copy of his appearance on BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs is among the recordings to be added to the show's online archive.
Rediscovered pictures from Spanish Civil War
New museum reveals trove of pictures from Spanish Civil War
Pupils receive transfer test results
Thousands of children in Northern Ireland are due to receive the results of their post-primary school entrance exams on Saturday.
VIDEO: Donations pour in for mugged pensioner
Well-wishers donate more than £56,000 to help a disabled pensioner who was mugged outside his Gateshead home.
Army to set up 'social media unit'
The Army is setting up a new unit that will use psychological operations and social media to help fight wars "in the information age".
Tougher A&E waiting target suspended
The Scottish government has put on hold plans to reintroduce a tougher waiting time target for A&E departments, BBC Scotland reveals.
Merkel rules out Greek debt relief
German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejects any cancellation of Greece's debt, saying banks and creditors have already made substantial cuts.
Victim fund reaches £62k in two days
Well-wishers donate more than £62,000 in two days to help a disabled pensioner who was mugged outside his Gateshead home.
VIDEO: Guitar 'that changed world' up for auction
The very first Les Paul guitar, the Black Beauty, is to be auctioned in New York in February.
Ice and snow warning for weekend
A yellow "be aware" alert for snow and ice across much of Wales is in force over the weekend.
Podemos to hold Madrid mass rally
The far-left Spanish party, Podemos, is to hold a mass rally in the centre of Madrid looking to build on the recent victory of Syriza in Greece.
'Golden hellos' idea to attract GPs
Newly-qualified doctors should be offered "golden hellos" to entice them to work in general practice in Wales, Plaid Cymru says.
Woods shoots worst round of career
Tiger Woods records the worst round of his professional career with an 11-over-par 82 in the Phoenix Open.
EU's Moscovici wants Greece in euro
EU financial commissioner Pierre Moscovici tells the BBC that Greece belongs in the eurozone, and vows to prevent a "Grexit".
GB's Swan beaten in girls' final
Britain's Katie Swan is beaten in straight sets by Slovakia's Tereza Mihalikova in the Australian Open girls' final.
'Torture' on British-owned island, and Tasers plea
In a mixed day for headlines, the Independent leads on evidence that the CIA interrogated terror suspects on a British-owned island and there is a plea from police to routinely carry Tasers.
Ireland's heroine who had sex in her baby's tomb
Why Ireland's heroine had sex in her baby son's tomb
Venezuela 'US reporter' ad dropped
Venezuelan TV withdraws a tourism advert which features an image of a US reporter detained while covering the 2013 elections.
VIDEO: Floods and mudslides hit Peruvian Amazon
Large parts of the Peruvian Amazon are under water after torrential rains caused rivers to burst their banks, affecting more than 3,000 families
'Skype plan' for mental health care
A health trust's proposal to treat patients with depression by using "staff from lower wage countries" via Skype is criticised.
Can Islamic State move into South Asia?
Islamic State has its heartland in Iraq and Syria, but recent reports suggest it is building a presence in Afghanistan and Pakistan. M Ilyas Khan asks how worried should people be.
Crossing the border to attend US schools
Waking up in Mexico and heading for classes in Texas
DNA tests for babies in Mexico blast
Nine babies who survived a gas explosion at a Mexican hospital are given DNA testing so they can be reunited with their parents.
Venezuela issues new protest rules
New regulations are published in Venezuela allowing soldiers to open fire if they feel their lives are at risk during demonstrations.
Do farmers really make a loss on milk?
Do dairy farmers really make a loss on milk?
10 things we didn't know last week
Who smiles more - Dutch babies or US babies?
Marine policy 'not fit for purpose'
Scottish government plans to protect the nation's seas are not fit for purpose and could even make the current situation worse, MSPs say.
Midnight tax return deadline looms
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to log on today to file a self-assessment tax return and avoid a £100 fine.
The huddled masses besieging Fortress Calais
Why people who once had good jobs are living in despair
RE lessons 'never been needed more'
Developing "religious literacy" in schools will make young people less vulnerable to radicalisation, a leading teacher is to say.
Cumberbatch calls for gay pardons
Benedict Cumberbatch and members of codebreaker Alan Turing's family are among those calling for thousands of men who were prosecuted for being gay to be pardoned.
Russian drug cheat keeps world title
Russian drug cheat Tatyana Chernova has her results annulled from 2009-2011 but keeps world title she won from Jessica Ennis.
IS 'chemical weapons expert killed'
A chemical weapons expert working with Islamic State in Iraq has been killed in a coalition air strike, the US military says.
Alonso locked into McLaren - Dennis
McLaren's Ron Dennis insists Fernando Alonso will not join Mercedes for 2016 as a replacement for Britain's Lewis Hamilton.
VIDEO: Fifty shades of manipulation?
Will Gompertz discusses appropriation - and Fifty Shades of Grey - in his latest blog
Saudis shelve blogger flogging again
Saudi Arabia postpones for a second time a further round of flogging against blogger Raif Badawi, whose case caused a global outcry.
VIDEO: What not to say in an obituary
Australian writer's mean obituary sparks online fightback
Man critical after Belfast shooting
A man who was shot in the head in north Belfast is in a critical condition in hospital, police say.
VIDEO: Awaiting return to war-torn Kobane
Days after Kurdish forces drove Islamic State militants from Kobane in northern Syria, people who fled the town are now waiting to return.
Islamic State eyes al-Qaeda lands
The Islamic State group is forging links with militants across North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, challenging its al-Qaeda rivals.
VIDEO: Suge Knight hands himself in
Suge Knight, the man behind the Death Row Records label, has been arrested on suspicion of hitting and killing a man with his truck.
Canadian PM seeks wider terror laws
Encouraging terror attacks against Canada will become a crime under legislation proposed by Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Man is shot in both legs in Belfast
A man is shot in both legs in what police describe as a paramilitary-style attack in north Belfast.
Study fells cosmic inflation claim
Scientists who claimed to have found evidence for a cosmic super-expansion at the Big Bang made no such discovery, a soon-to-be published study will say.
VIDEO: Mother of abused pupil speaks out
Teacher Jeremy Forrest who ran off with pupil 'cried to her mother'
Mother denies exploiting abduction
The mother of a girl who was abducted and taken to France by teacher Jeremy Forrest denies she is exploiting her daughter by writing a book on the case.
Putin ally to build bridge to Crimea
A Russian contract for building a $3bn bridge to Crimea goes to a firm controlled by a close friend of Vladimir Putin who is under Western sanctions.
Tamil becomes Sri Lanka's top judge
Sri Lanka's president appoints a Tamil judge as the new chief justice - the first member of the country's minority community to hold the post in decades.
Romney: The aura of a serial loser
Mitt Romney certainly looked the part of president, but despite his success in business, he could never pull it off.