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Thousands of people gathered at candlelit memorials at the Place de la Republique on Monday night in Paris.
UK inflation as measured by the Consumer Prices Index remained at -0.1% in October, figures show.
Ex-Olympic sprinter Frankie Fredericks is part of a five-man team monitoring Russia's efforts to regain IAAF membership.
Venezuela's top lawmaker, Diosdado Cabello, says two nephews of first lady Cilia Flores were "kidnapped" by US Drug Enforcement Administration agents.
Photos capture Paris concert before attack
Yemen's exiled President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi returns to Aden to supervise a new offensive against the rebel-held area of Taiz, officials say.
Paris attacks survivor recalls the seconds he got to escape the attackers at the Bataclan venue
A new calculation fixes the total amount of groundwater on the planet, held in rock and soil below our feet, at 23 million cubic km.
Curator and designer Rana Salam pinpoints the impact of external wars and civil conflict on design evolution in the Lebanese capital Beirut, for an exhibition at this year's Dubai Design Week, called Iconic City: Brilliant Beirut.
Migrants arriving on Greek islands have been giving their reaction to the Paris attacks.
Islamic State militants want to launch major cyber-attacks on UK targets like hospitals and air traffic control, the chancellor will say later.
Actor Charlie Sheen is to make a "revealing personal announcement" on US TV, amid speculation the star is HIV-positive.
A homeless man has pleaded not guilty to attacking NCIS actress Pauley Perrette
Discount supermarkets Aldi and Lidl have seen their joint share of the groceries market double to 10% in just three years, industry figures show.
France mobilises 115,000 police, gendarmes and military in the wake of Friday's attacks by Islamist militants in Paris, says Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve.
Five gold miners are rescued in western Tanzania after being trapped underground for 41 days, surviving on roots and soil, police say.
The attacks in Paris - and the wider threat from so-called Islamic State - dominated discussions at the G20 meeting of world leaders in Turkey, says James Robbins.
Mohamed Abdeslam, the brother of two suspects linked to the attacks on Friday in Paris has spoken to the media.
Australia will compete at Eurovision in Stockholm in 2016, their second appearance in the song contest, organisers confirm.