The French PM Manuel Valls warns that France could face chemical or biological attack from terror groups, as Belgian police carry out further raids.
International Men's Day is being celebrated around the world and MPs are holding a debate on it - what's it all about?
Police carried out a seven-hour raid on a flat in the Saint-Denis district of Paris suspected of housing the alleged mastermind of Friday's attacks on the capital.
Google is challenging a ruling that it broke Russian competition laws by pre-installing some Android apps on phones.
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After keeping quiet for more than 40 years Carly Simon admits that her song You're So Vain is about Warren Beatty and two other men.
A news conference is taking p[lace following the terrorist attacks in France in which 129 people were killed.
Music by Blondie, Fleetwood Mac and Grateful Dead are among 26 new titles to be added to the Grammy Hall of Fame.
UK retail sales volumes fell 0.6% in October compared with September after the biggest drop in food store sales since May 2014, official figures show.
Readers' photographs on the theme of three colours.
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Police forces in England and Wales could save £1bn a year by outsourcing backroom services to private firms, says a G4S boss.
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Jeremy Hughes, the chief executive of the Alzheimer's Society since 2010, says that he took a very direct route to find out what life in a care home is like - by staying in a care home himself to learn the reality.
Acid Survivors Trust International is calling for tighter controls on the sale of acid to help reduce the number of people injured in attacks.
French forensic experts try to establish whether the suspected ringleader of the Paris attacks was among those killed in a police raid on a flat.
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Playing against Jonah Lomu was a shock even for internationals, says Jeremy Guscott. 'How could such a big man move so quickly?'
Chelsea's "soap opera" has topped this season's Match of the Day running order more than any other team.
The police raid on a suspected terrorist cell in Paris features across the front pages, amid speculation that the organiser of last Friday's attacks in the city was killed in the assault.