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Former Swiss officer Johan Cosar on trial for fighting IS
A former Swiss army officer is on trial for his part in fighting against Islamic State in Syria.
Pope Francis: Concrete action needed against child abuse at Church
The world wants more than condemnations, the Pope tells a summit on child sexual abuse at the Church.
Russia charges US investor with fraud in high-profile case
Investor Michael Calvey is accused of embezzling $38m from a Russian bank - a charge he denies.
Heckler & Koch fined for illegal gun sales to Mexico
A German court fines Heckler & Koch and convicts two ex-staff for illegal arms exports to Mexico.
Man City fan in critical condition following alleged assault after Schalke game
Manchester City say one of their fans is in "a critical condition in hospital" after an alleged assault following their Champions League win over Schalke.
Theresa May reaches out to Remainer rebels amid quit rumours
Justine Greening meets the PM, amid rumours of further defections from the Tories and Labour.
Olympic Games: Paris organisers propose breakdancing to IOC as a new sport for 2024
Paris 2024 organisers will propose breakdancing to the IOC for inclusion, as well as surfing, climbing and skateboarding.
Brexit: Threat of no-deal focusing minds, says Chancellor Philip Hammond
Chancellor Philip Hammond says he is "determined to get a deal" but the possibility of no deal remains.
Jan Kuciak: Marches in memory of murdered Slovakia journalist
A year after the targeted killing of journalist Jan Kuciak, marches are planned across Slovakia.
Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool manager fined £45,000 by FA for comments about referee
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is fined £45,000 after accepting an FA charge for comments he made about referee Kevin Friend.
Macron announces crackdown on anti-Semitism in France
France's president says that attacks seem to be at their worst level since World War Two.
Karl Lagerfeld: Designer's cat Choupette 'named in his will'
The late designer told a French magazine last year that his cat Choupette is one of his heirs.
Are we stockpiling in case of a no-deal Brexit?
How many of us are stockpiling groceries, in case of a no-deal Brexit?
First Vatican summit on child sex abuse
Catholic bishops are meeting to discuss the church's response to the sexual abuse of children by clerics.
PM has a problem with immigration - Soubry
One of the Tory defectors tells Newsnight Theresa May "has a thing" against free movement of people.
RAF Tornado retirement: Journalist gets queasy on goodbye flight
The BBC's Jonathan Beale got a ride in one of the RAF fighter jet's final flights.
Why nations face dilemma over IS fighters' children
The children, whose parents were Islamic State members, are at the centre of an international battle.
Erasmus: What will happen to scheme after Brexit?
People expecting to study abroad in Erasmus programmes next year have received warnings about the funding.
Olives pitting US against EU in global trade fight
Are US tariffs on Spanish olives a pretext for a bigger challenge to world trade?
Shamima Begum case: How do you deradicalise someone?
It comes amid debate over how to deal with British IS recruits, following the case of Shamima Begum.
How will Pope Francis deal with abuse in the Catholic Church?
How will the Pope confront the culture of abuse that has beset the Roman Catholic Church?
Karl Lagerfeld: Design icon's life in pictures
German fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld has died at the age of 85.
Gilets jaunes: How much anti-Semitism is beneath the yellow vests?
There have been reports of anti-Semitic abuse from some French protesters, writes the BBC's Lucy Williamson.
Estonia orders Danske Bank branch to shut
The bank's Tallinn branch has been at the centre of a money-laundering scandal.
Millennium & Copthorne struggles to recruit EU staff
Millennium & Copthorne says its London hotels are facing difficulties in recruiting EU workers.