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Newsbeat visits a Wolverhampton barbershop and a Birmingham salon for a review of 2016.
Newsbeat looks at the incredible 12 months that made up 2016.
The latest news from around the UK and around the world.
Police are under pressure in Germany over the Berlin attack in which 12 people died.
YouTuber Adam Saleh claims he was thrown off a flight for speaking Arabic.
German police are looking for a Tunisian man in connection with the Berlin lorry attack.
German police say they can't be sure if a man in custody was behind Berlin's lorry attack.
German police investigate a 'probable terrorist attack' at a Christmas market in Berlin.
There are calls for a rethink of how bereaved staff are treated and granted leave.
There are calls for a rethink of how bereaved staff are treated and given leave.
The evacuation of east Aleppo is halted with 50,000 people still trapped in the city.
An operation to evacuate a rebel-held enclave in Syrian city Aleppo is now under way.
An operation to evacuate a rebel-held enclave in the Syrian city of Aleppo has begun.
Civilians and rebel fighters were meant to be leaving Aleppo in Syria - what's happened?
While countries talk tough about Aleppo in Syria, we ask how it came to this.
Five ex-FA bosses have attacked current chiefs for the way they run football in England.
More than 1,000 Russians benefited from a state doping programme between 2011 and 2015.
The NSPCC says nearly 19,000 children were hospitalised due to self-harm in 2015-16.
We may never know what happened in the car crash that killed Viola Beach.
Newsbeat hears more details about the crash that killed all the members of Viola Beach.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said the government wants a 'red white and blue Brexit'.
Former QPR employee Chris Gieler has been named in football's abuse inquiry.
A special programme looking at gigs and secondary ticketing.