China lodges a protest with US over Donald Trump's phone call with the Taiwanese president.
An ex-Southampton FC employee accused of abusing boys is still working in football, the BBC understands.
Close to two-thirds of rebel-held areas of east Aleppo have now fallen to Syria's government.
A supermarket basket of Christmas food has soared 14% in price on last year, research suggests.
A vegetarian cafe refuses to accept the new £5 note after it emerged the currency contains animal products.
A loophole allowing minibus drivers to operate without criminal checks puts people at risk, councils say.
Relatives of those who died on flight MH370 travel to Madagascar, seeking a wider search for debris.
A man is charged with murder after another man died following an assault at an immigration facility.
Coffins of those killed in a Colombia plane crash return to Brazil where ceremonies are to be held.
The pilot of an airliner with 128 people on board suffers a heart attack as he taxies the plane to the runway at Glasgow Airport.
Property developer Adama Barrow says his shock win of the Gambian poll heralds new hope for the country.
US military veterans will protest alongside activists in North Dakota against an oil pipeline.
Police say an inquiry into abuse claims involving ex-PM Sir Edward Heath is exploring "significant" lines.
The Times leads on the fall-out from the Richmond Park by-election - while the Mail has a Brexit exclusive.
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