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There has been a rise in the number of French Jewish people moving to London in recent months, many concerned about growing anti-Semitism in their home country.
Nigeria is holding talks with the World Bank to help it fund a forecast record $11bn (£7.7bn) budget deficit as it copes with falling oil revenue.
A prominent Chinese pastor is under investigation for corruption, in a move that some have linked to a crackdown on Christian protesters.
Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei recreates the image of drowned Syrian toddler Alan Kurdi that provoked global debate about the plight of refugees.
A cargo ship which has been drifting for several days off the French coast could hit the shores if a final attempt to salvage it fails, a maritime official says.
US presidential candidates make a final pitch to people in Iowa, where the first votes for party nominations will be cast on Monday.
Books of condolence are opening for Sir Terry Wogan in his home city of Limerick, as his breakfast show successor Chris Evans pays tribute on air to "radio's Eric Morecambe".
How Nasa managers' lack of understanding over the concept of risk led to the Challenger disaster.
The World Health Organization is holding an emergency meeting in Geneva today to decide whether to declare the Zika outbreak an international public health emergency.
Track all the latest signings as they happen in England, Scotland and across the world.
Today people in Iowa will vote on the candidates for the two main parties ahead of the US Presidential election.
China arrests 21 people involved in an online finance scam alleged to have robbed some 50bn yuan ($7.6bn) from around 900,000 investors.
Nikon says it is taking down a competition-winning entry in Singapore after it was widely mocked as a poor editing job.
At least 11 people were shot dead at a girl's 15th birthday party in Mexico's Guerrero state, its governor says.
After months of hype, the crucial Iowa vote will give some answers to a surprisingly unconventional race for nominations, says the BBC's North America editor Jon Sopel.
A new area where men and women can pray together at the Western Wall in Jerusalem has been approved by the Israeli government.
Security has been tightened at the annual carnival in Venice this year with armed police on patrol across the city.
Twenty-seven Chinese officials are being penalised for the wrongful execution of a teenager, state news agency Xinhua says.
One ice sculptor in the United States has turned his hobby in to a business.
Hundreds of MPs are gathering for a new session of Myanmar's parliament, set to choose its first democratically elected government in more than 50 years.