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Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday morning.
Turkey's national currency has plummeted 45% against the dollar this year
Watch the biggest moments from the FA Cup first round, including all 11 goals in Halifax Town's win against Maidenhead United, and giant-killings by St Albans and Stockport County.
The stories from Scotland and the north of England of those with no power a week after Storm Arwen.
Many of Friday's papers lead with the tragic case of six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes.
An interpreter who had to flee Afghanistan is given a new home by a woman who was moved by his plight.
But the 63-year-old US actor says he did not pull the trigger on the set of the Rust film in October.
A major report reveals who in society has been hit hardest by each wave of Covid in the UK.
Researchers say there are signs the boosters would still offer protection against new variant Omicron.
As Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo becomes the first player to 800 top-level career goals, BBC Sport hears the tributes and asks: How will he do under interim boss Ralf Rangnick?
At least 26 million people are struggling for food across northern Kenya, Somalia and southern Ethiopia.
Managers, players and pundits react to Emile Smith Rowe's 'extraordinary' opening goal in Arsenal's 3-2 loss at Manchester United.
Kuttiyamma, from the southern Indian state of Kerala, aced a government test that measures literacy.
A selection of the best photos from the African continent and beyond.
A WW2 air raid on Broome killed scores of people - historians say it should be better remembered.
Boxing Day, the first British Christmas rom-com led by an all-black cast, is released Friday 3 December.
Fuel retailers are charging unnecessarily high prices for petrol, the motoring organisation says.
The pop stars have teamed up for a collaborative Christmas song - but can it get to number one?
Nuns, imams and Buddhist monks are among those sharing successful - and often fun - short-form videos on social media.
Software used to spy on someone via their phone is a growing threat and common in domestic abuse cases.