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A former Nazi soldier leaves £384,000 in his will to the Perthshire village where he was held as a prisoner of war.
In power for 22 years, President Yahya Jammeh now hands the reins to property developer Adama Barrow.
Opposition supporters give their reaction to news that Yahya Jammeh, The Gambia's president of 22 years, has been defeated in elections by property developer, Adama Barrow.
A man in Tokyo has been arrested after 500 items of rubbish were sent to alleged bullies.
A footballer who survived a plane crash in Colombia may be able to play again, his father says.
Friends sometimes used stand-ins for its main characters, and more news nuggets.
Turkish officials investigate if negligence was a factor in a fire that killed 12 people in a dorm.
The BBC 100 Women team have hosted a hackathon with Facebook UK to give female developers the chance to create a unique social media product.
A Brazilian football commentator who was meant to be on the doomed flight to Colombia tells his story.
The US economy created 178,000 jobs in November, with the unemployment rate falling to a nine-year low.
The controversial legal challenges have been criticised as politically motivated.
World champion Nico Rosberg announces he has retired from Formula 1 just five days after winning the title for the first time.
Hunter Mitchell raised thousands of dollars to save Osita the rhino.
Nobel laureates call for action to save ancient sites as a heritage summit opens in Abu Dhabi.
Mongolian rapper allegedly attacked for wearing a 'traditional' swastika symbol on stage.
How one developer came up with a way of flagging fake news on social media.
Europol warns IS militants will step up attacks on European targets as they face Middle East defeat.