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Elon Musk predicts the future of the automotive industry to Rory Cellen -Jones- it involves an electric car and a hands off approach.
The death of music legend David Bowie dominates the press, with many papers producing "poster" front pages accompanied by his lyrics.
Did Ronaldo choose Messi? And did Hodgson pick Mascherano again? Find out the quirks thrown up by the Ballon d'Or vote.
Nine Tory activists whose claims have been at heart of the party’s bullying scandal say they will not give evidence to the inquiry set up by the party.
Chapal Bhadhuri is possibly the last surviving actor in India who plays female characters.
The first images of fugitive Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam are said to have emerged, according to French news channel BFM TV.
The actor interviewed Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzman for Rolling Stone while the drug lord was a fugitive.
Fans gathered in Brixton, David Bowie's place of birth, to celebrate his life and music.
Dramatic video footage is released by the Mexican authorities, showing the moment they closed in on the world's most-wanted drugs boss, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
Judd Trump lets slip a 4-1 lead before beating Stephen Maguire, while Barry Hawkins also reaches the quarter-finals.
The Playboy Mansion, site of hundreds of wild parties, is up for sale, with but a catch - it comes with its current owner Hugh Hefner.
Space data is used to draw the deep anatomy of last year's devastating quake in Nepal, detailing how the rocks under the country ruptured and providing new insights on how the Himalayas are built.
The owner of electric-car maker Tesla says it is an "open secret" that Apple is building a rival vehicle.
First Minister Carwyn Jones and UKIP leader Nigel Farage clash over the fate of the steel industry in a head-to-head debate on the UK's future within the European Union.
A majority of the public in England support junior doctors' strike action so long as they provide emergency care, an Ipsos MORI poll commissioned by BBC Newsnight suggests.
The Justice Secretary, Michael Gove is to meet officials from G4S after allegations of abuse and mistreatment at a young offenders' institution run by the company.
Germany has been sending back an increasing number of migrants back to Austria every day since the beginning of the month, Austrian police say.
Mobile networks including EE and O2 were hit by technical issues with some customers unable to make calls to mobiles and landlines - both companies say the problem has been fixed.
An aid convoy carrying a month's supply of food, medicine and winter clothing, has entered the besieged Syrian town of Madaya.
Paula Radcliffe says UK Athletics' proposals to reset world records would "punish innocent athletes".