Sony Pictures says it is looking at alternative ways to release film satire The Interview, cancelled in the wake of a cyber-attack.
Police arrest the mother of seven of the eight children found dead in a home in Cairns, Australia.
Unemployed over-50s will be offered "career reviews" and help using computers as part of plans to get more people in that age group into work.
UK & Local News
Full coverage of the Commons, including the local government finance settlement.
Find a representative
News and analysis in 27 languages
Languages continued (2 of 4)
Languages continued (3 of 4)
Languages continued (4 of 4)
- Can endangered white rhino be saved?01:48
- Where children learn fundamentalism02:23
- FBI recover stolen artwork worth $12m01:26
- How web chats can lead to blackmail03:09
- 'Black Friday' with an ambulance crew01:29
- Iraqi soldiers 'fighting for their lives'02:58
- ID checks for everyone leaving UK01:37
- Dalglish describes scenes of mayhem01:40
Snow is more likely in the UK at Easter than Christmas
How 12 days of Christmas have become 12 pubs - in one night
A sneak peek at how Crossrail is taking shape below London
Refugees in US learn to bundle up and walk on ice
How one woman deals with her mental health at Christmas
Alan Henning's family prepare for 'hard' anniversary
How one bird came to dominate this season
On the seasonal look-out for counterfeit goods
- Sony 'will not drop' North Korea film The Interview
- Whistleblower reveals how fraud of Booking.com worked
- Cairns deaths: Children's mother arrested for murder
- Off-duty PC Neil Doyle murder suspect arrested
- US swimmer Michael Phelps pleads guilty to drink-driving
- Antarctic photo science archive unlocked
- 'Depression and Christmas just don't go'
- UK unemployment: Plan to help over-50s keep working
- Crossrail: Tunnelling beneath London
- Asthma and allergy devices 'not used properly'
Last Updated at 05:21 ET
|Market index||Current value||Trend||Variation||% variation|
|BBC Global 30||7737.66||Up||29.21||0.38%|
Elsewhere in the BBC
Elsewhere on the BBC
How WW1 changed the way we bury our war dead