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Man City beat Leicester on penalties to reach semi-final
Holders Manchester City edge through to the Carabao Cup semi-finals by beating Leicester City 3-1 on penalties after a 1-1 draw.
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Aberdeen near Premiership summit after Dundee rout
Sam Cosgrove and Andrew Considine both score twice as Aberdeen moved within a point of the Scottish Premiership summit after obliterating Dundee.
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Penny Marshall: US TV star and director dies aged 75
After starring in TV series Laverne & Shirley, she went on to become a director of hits such as Big.
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Michael Flynn: Judge suggests ex-Trump aide 'sold out' US
After strongly critical comments, the judge agrees to hold off sentencing the ex-White House adviser.
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Trump's embattled foundation shut down
Donald Trump's troubled charity foundation is dissolved after agreement with New York attorney general.
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Prime targets and long shots: Who will be the next Man Utd manager?
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer? Mauricio Pochettino? Laurent Blanc? BBC Sport looks at who could replace Jose Mourinho at Man Utd.
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Hungary's Fidesz leaders caught out by spontaneous protests
The demonstrations are into their seventh day and have drawn supporters from across the spectrum.
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Lil Pump: Rapper labelled 'racist' over 'ching chong' song
US rapper Lil Pump has been called 'racist' over the use of the term 'ching chong' in an upcoming song.
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Jose Mourinho sacked: Man Utd need to 'reset structure' - Gary Neville
Manchester United need to "reset" and "take stock" after the sacking of Jose Mourinho, says former captain Gary Neville.
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Jose Mourinho sacked: 'Caption this', 'Do one' and other reaction to the news
After Manchester United sacked manager Jose Mourinho, United fans around the world have been sharing their reactions on social media.
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Meng Wanzhou: China park rewards Huawei phone owners
Chinese firms are showing their support for phone giant Huawei, whose CFO is facing extradition to the US.
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Australia bowl out India for 140 to level series
Australia win a Test match for the first time since March's ball-tampering controversy as they beat India in Perth.
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China 'will not seek to dominate'
But in a speech marking 40 years of reform, President Xi also said China would not be dictated to.
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El Salvador court frees woman jailed under anti-abortion laws
Imelda Cortez, 20, faced an attempted murder charge after she gave birth in a latrine last April.
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Gently stroking babies 'provides pain relief'
A study monitored the brain activity of babies when they had a blood test while being stroked.
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Brexit: How Europe does second referendums
As calls for a second vote on Brexit grow, the BBC looks at other countries which have voted twice.
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Yemen crisis: Hudaydah ceasefire 'broken within minutes'
A truce agreed at UN-brokered talks last week was violated almost immediately, officials say.
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Is this the secret to predicting the Oscars?
AI can reveal which types of films will score the most nominations.
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Former CBS boss Leslie Moonves denied $120m exit pay
US broadcaster refuses Les Moonves' severance deal following allegations of sexual misconduct.
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South Africa's 'toxic' race relations
Racism remains deeply embedded in South Africa nearly 25 years after minority rule ended, writes Fergal Keane.
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Scott Johnson death: It's 'inconceivable' my brother killed himself
Australian police offer a $1m reward information about the 27-year-old's death in 1988.
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Poland reinstates Supreme Court judges following EU ruling
The Polish government scraps a law that lowered the retirement age for judges, forcing many to quit.
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Sports Personality winner Thomas straight back on bike - plus a tale of two Billies
BBC Sport's Frank Keogh recaps Sports Personality of the Year 2018, a night showcasing sacrifice, dedication, humility and winning against the odds.
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FA Cup second-round replay: Connor Jennings scores long-range volley to give Tranmere lead over Southport
Connor Jennings scores a stunning long-range volley from outside of the area to give Tranmere an early lead against Soutport in their FA Cup second-round replay.
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Anthony Martial: Man Utd extend deal for France forward
Manchester United trigger the option of a year's extension on the contract of forward Anthony Martial, keeping him at Old Trafford until 2020.
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E-cigarette use among US teens rises dramatically, study says
Discreet versions of e-cigarettes and different flavours may be some of the reasons behind the surge.
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Hungarian MPs manhandled during protest
Two Hungarian lawmakers have been thrown out of the state TV headquarters after they tried to broadcast a petition against new labour laws.
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Russia 'meddled in all big social media' in US election, says report
YouTube, Tumblr, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter were targeted in the 2016 US election, a report cays.
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Europa League draw: Celtic v Valencia, Bate Borisov v Arsenal, Malmo v Chelsea
Celtic are drawn to face Valencia in the last 32 of the Europa League, while Arsenal will take on Bate Borisov and Chelsea meet Malmo.
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Chelsea chairman meets fans after claims of racism by supporters
Bruce Buck greets fans at the turnstiles before the Premier League win at Brighton, following allegations of racism against the club's fans.
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Liverpool face Bayern Munich in Champions League last 16
Liverpool are drawn against German giants Bayern Munich in the Champions League last 16, while Manchester United face Paris St-Germain.
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In pictures: Vatican sand nativity scene
Images of a nativity scene made of sand on display at the Vatican.
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News Daily: Workplace rights, second Brexit vote warning and SPOTY
Your morning briefing for Monday 17 December 2018.
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Sajjan Kumar: Milestone conviction in deadly Sikh riots
India's Congress party politician Sajjan Kumar's conviction is the most important in the 1984 riots.
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Pageant-mad Philippines celebrates Miss Universe win
The contest is hugely popular in the Philippines though critics say such pageants objectify women.
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Gay Singaporean man wins landmark appeal to adopt surrogate child
The landmark ruling clears the way for the man to become the legal parent of his biological child.
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Saudi Arabia condemns US Senate 'interference'
It comes after strong US resolutions on the war in Yemen and the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
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Five things to know this week: All eyes on Russia, and 100 days to Brexit
From a possible US shutdown to the annual TV love-in with Putin, here's what to watch this week.
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Climate change: The massive CO2 emitter you may not know about
Cement is the source of about 8% of the world's carbon dioxide emissions. How can this be changed?
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360 video: The patriotic students who want to protect their country
Take on the role of a new student as you start military classes at school in Poland in this immersive 360 video.
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Hungarians rally again against 'slave laws'
About 10,000 people take to the streets in Budapest to protest at a large increase in overtime work.
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