More working households were living in poverty in the UK last year than non-working ones - for the first time, a charity has reported.
Substitute Gerard Deulofeu earns Everton a draw and denies Arsenal a seven-point lead at the top of the Premier League.
Inspectors from the UN's nuclear agency visit the Arak heavy water production plant for the first time in more than two years.
Members of Falkirk Labour select Karen Whitefield as their general election candidate after the row over the party's selection process.
Some 60 heads of state and government are to attend the memorial service or state funeral of Nelson Mandela, South Africa announces.
Protesters in the Ukrainian capital Kiev topple a statue of Lenin as they call for closer EU ties and oppose a Russian-led customs union.
Mark Selby holds a 5-3 lead over world number one Neil Robertson going into the final session of the UK Championship.
Arsenal and Tottenham are drawn together in third round of the FA Cup, while Manchester United will host Swansea.
Scottish singer Susan Boyle reveals she has Asperger's Syndrome after years spent believing she suffered slight brain damage at birth.
Three men, all believed to be victims of slavery, are rescued following a series of raids in the Bristol area.
Television psychic Derek Acorah is charged with careless driving following a car crash in Merseyside.
Flight schedules are back to normal, UK airports say, after a software glitch caused disruption for thousands of passengers on Saturday.
Egyptian police recover an ancient statue of Tutankhamun's sister and wife, stolen during unrest in August.
A surprise strong showing by a new anti-corruption party in India helps to topple the ruling Congress party in Delhi assembly elections.
A future Labour government should raise the top rate of income tax to 50%, former leader Lord Kinnock says.
Plans to award MPs an 11% pay rise in 2015 are criticised across Westminster, with one minister describing them as "utterly incomprehensible".
A teenager who died in hospital after being struck a car in the early hours of Sunday morning has been named.
David and Samantha Cameron choose a black and white portrait of the couple and their youngest daughter Florence for their 2013 Christmas card.
Chemical and radiation experts are called in after the unexplained death of a man found inside a tent in a field.
Three people are in police custody after ex-Portsmouth player Sam Sodje told an undercover reporter he had been involved in fixing games.
Online hate comments about the Glasgow helicopter crash which killed nine people are being investigated by police.
People in Venezuela have begun voting in municipal elections seen as a crucial test for President Nicolas Maduro.
Gemma Steel wins individual silver and Great Britain's women's team take gold at the European Cross Country Championships.
A 21-year-old man suffers serious eye injury after being hit with bottle in the village of Dunloy, County Antrim.
A service of thanksgiving for the life of ex-South African president Nelson Mandela has been held in London.
A 13th Century book containing one of the oldest Welsh poems ever written appears online for the first time.
Two of the biggest energy firms, EDF and British Gas, call for more government co-operation amid a backlash over rising prices.
The Palestinian presidency says it holds Israel responsible for the killing of a 15-year-old youth in a West Bank refugee camp on Saturday.
A man is arrested in connection with a gun attack on police in north Belfast on Thursday.
The London-based Inmarsat company launches the first spacecraft in a new £1bn global telecommunications network.
Greek lawmakers pass the 2014 budget, which predicts a return to growth after six straight years of painful recession.
A blind woman is left terrified as her guide dog is attacked and injured just yards from her home.
Thailand's opposition MPs are to resign en masse, officials say, after weeks of protests aimed at forcing out the government.
Sting tells Andrew Marr how going back to his roots helped relieve his writer's block
Alastair Cook's uncharacteristic dismissal was symptomatic of the muddled thinking that is undermining England's Ashes defence.
Spanish director Pedro Almodovar launches a scathing broadside at his homeland's government at this year's European Film Awards, calling it "deaf and insensitive" to the country's problems.
Flood victims in Rhyl whose homes were damaged by sea water caused by a storm surge are warned about rogue traders looking to cash in.
French troops reach the town of Bossangoa in the Central African Republic, which has been paralysed by communal fighting.
South Korea expands its air defence zone after a similar announcement last month by China in an overlapping area raised regional tensions.
A deadly winter storm has left a trail of ice and snow across the United States.
A political comeback for some Blairite "big-hitters", universal support for Nigella Lawson and airport chaos all feature in Sunday's papers.
Authorities in Shanghai have warned people to stay indoors as the city suffers one of its worst bouts of air pollution
Tacloban tries to rebuild, a month after Philippines typhoon
What did Mandela really do for South Africa?
The majority of the 13 million people classed as living in poverty in the UK are in work, a charity's report suggests.
Beauty and risk on a journey around Afghan ring road
The comic strip superhero breaking the mould in Egypt
Car bomb destroys police station in Colombia, killing at least eight people; authorities blame it on the country's biggest rebel group, the Farc.
Of all metals, why did people decide this one was precious?
Why everyone flying to the Cook Islands will know this man
Are old cricket films key to the sport's heritage?
Comic book aims to highlight Brian Epstein's role in band
How singing can help a chronic lung condition
The African Union is to increase significantly the number of troops it plans to send to end communal fighting in the Central African Republic.
Jane Knapp, from Walcott, has shared her shock at the devastation caused by the Norfolk tidal floods during a guided tour of her "contaminated" home.
US citizen Merrill Newman arrives in San Francisco after being released by North Korea after more than a month in detention there.
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