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British forces based on the Falklands Islands rescue 347 passengers and crew from a cruise ship in the south Atlantic.
The French national anthem - La Marseillaise - will be played before all of this weekend's Premier League games.
Republicans in the US House of Representatives are preparing to vote on legislation that would place new restrictions on the resettlement of Syrian and Iraqi refugees in the US.
Footage of people reacting in a host of different ways to the Islamist attacks on Paris has circulated.
Three US citizens have been flown to safety from Yemen by the Omani air force, Oman's foreign ministry says.
A major operation in Saint Denis following the Paris attacks leads to eight arrests and at least two deaths, including the suspected ringleader of the assaults.
Police in Minneapolis say an unarmed black man was not handcuffed when he was fatally shot, an incident which has sparked nightly protests.
Two Israelis have been killed and one other wounded in a knife attack by a Palestinian man in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv, Israeli police say.
Kenyan traffic police deploy to try and ease a massive traffic jam which has lasted two days along the main highway between Mombasa and Nairobi.
The suspected ringleader of the Paris attacks, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, is identified as one of those killed in a police raid in Saint Denis.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger wants better drugs-testing in football and calls for routine blood tests to be taken.
Balkan countries bar "economic migrants" from crossing their borders, only allowing entry to those from the Middle East and Afghanistan.
Carnegie Mellon University says reports it was paid by the FBI to attack software sometimes used for criminal activity are "inaccurate".
The HBOS report reveals one big fact, when a bank ran out of control hardly anyone knew how to rein it back - and taxpayers ended up paying the price.
Lawyer Gloria Allred says she has been contacted by exes of Charlie Sheen after he revealed he had HIV.
Indonesia will not execute death row prisoners while it focuses on developing its weakening economy, the country's chief security minister says.
Reuters photographers mark UN World Toilet Day
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad says a political process to end the country's bloody civil war cannot begin while it is occupied by "terrorists".
A government-commissioned review says UK science funding should be determined by a single independent agency, and overseen perhaps by the chancellor himself.
Police carried out a seven-hour raid on a flat in the Saint-Denis district of Paris suspected of housing the alleged mastermind of Friday's attacks on the capital.