Issues such as going to war should be "above party politics", shadow chancellor John McDonnell says, ahead of a potential vote on UK air strikes in Syria.
A shooting at a family planning clinic in Colorado Springs leaves two civilians and a police officer dead, with the suspected gunman in police custody.
Japan decides to resume hunting whales in the Antarctic after a break of more than a year despite a ruling by the International Court of Justice.
Wrangling within the Labour Party appears on some front pages for a second day, while other papers judge the success of Black Friday ahead of the Christmas sales.
The return of a topless rebel to Muslim Tunisia
Why Cyprus backs UK air strikes against Islamic State
How the government will boost your savings to help buy a home
Tony Blair tried to become stand-up comedian
Why Wasps rugby club is buzzing again
The psychological secret of Black Friday
Andy Murray believes he and brother Jamie can take Britain to the verge of Davis Cup victory in Saturday's doubles in Belgium.
Britain’s Davis Cup history
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