BBC News Headlines

November 24, 2017

Brexit: PM to tell EU leaders to renegotiate deal

Boris Johnson will meet European leaders this week, amid warnings of food shortages after a no-deal Brexit.

Afghanistan: Bomb kills 63 at wedding in Kabul

More than 180 others were wounded when a suicide bomber struck in the west of the Afghan capital.

Didcot power station: Power cut as cooling towers demolished

An electricity pole catches fire moments after a controlled explosion at the Didcot A plant.

Jihadi Jack: IS recruit Jack Letts 'loses UK citizenship'

Reports say ex-PM Theresa May decided to strip the Briton - dubbed Jihadi Jack - of his citizenship.

Lucas Dobson: Sandwich River Stour search resumes for missing boy

Rescuers search the River Stour in Kent after six-year-old Lucas Dobson disappeared while fishing.

Paris waiter 'shot dead over slow sandwich service'

A customer opened fire reportedly because his sandwich was not prepared quickly enough.

Michael Brown regrets 'stupid' £2.4m Lib Dem donation

Michael Brown says his 2005 gift of £2.4m - a party record - led to recognition and pain for his family.

Hong Kong protests: Tens of thousands gather for major rally

Pro-democracy campaigners stage a new march in the face of warnings from the government in Beijing.

Portland rally: Far-right and antifa groups face off

At least 13 arrests are made in Portland as a right-wing rally is confronted by left-wing protesters.

'Infertile' Stourbridge renal patient has healthy baby

The infant's father said he and his family were over the moon with their "miracle baby".

Icelandic glacier commemorated with plaque

A plaque placed on Sunday commemorates Okjokull glacier, which was officially declared dead in 2014.

Honduras football rioting: Three killed ahead of Tegucigalpa derby

Three people are killed and several hurt in fighting between fans, after a team bus is attacked.

Lime and soda? No thanks, say non-drinkers

Diageo's investment in alcohol-free spirit maker Seedlip shows how big firms want to reach non-drinkers.

The Papers: PM 'takes fight to EU' while Corbyn pleads with MPs

The papers focus on politics as Boris Johnson ramps up no-deal plans and urges the EU to renegotiate.

Village in Wiltshire opens for military veterans

Ex-service personnel, who may otherwise be left homeless, will live on the site for up to two years.

Mindfulness on Ireland's pilgrim paths

Writer Bébhinn Ramsay finds solace on Ireland's pilgrim paths after the death of her husband.

Artist Adam Riches: 'I turned drawing doodles into a career'

Adam Riches rediscovered a love for drawing and has turned doodling into an art career.

Your pictures on the theme of 'looking down'

Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "looking down".

Some of this week's strangest moments

The stories you may have missed this week.

Elrow: Creating the 'most colourful party in the world'

Since being started nine years ago, Elrow events have reached every continent in the world.

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10 things you can’t put in your household recycling

After McDonald's says its paper straws cannot be recycled, what other items only go in general waste?

Adult braces: Why are more grown-ups getting their teeth straightened?

Are celebrity smiles driving more adults to wear braces in a bid to straighten their teeth?

Can big investors save the world?

Will the big polluters clean up their acts if the people who actually own them say they must?

The New Yorker reviving Jewish life on a holiday island

Dani Rotstein arrived in Majorca knowing nothing of its hidden Jewish past. Now he's helping reinvigorate its Jewish community.

MTV VMAs: How Missy Elliott broke the music video mould

The rapper is set to win the Video Vanguard Award at the MTV VMAs next month.

Will H Ogilvie: How a Borders boy became a leading bush poet

Will H Ogilvie was lauded in Australia but overlooked by many of his fellow Scots during his lifetime.

Archie Bruce: Batley Bulldogs player found dead in hotel after debut against Toulouse

A rugby league player is found dead in his hotel room the morning after making his debut for Championship side Batley Bulldogs.

Three dead & ex-Celtic player Izaguirre injured in Honduras derby riot

Three people are killed and former Celtic defender Emilio Izaguirre is among those injured in violent clashes between fans in Honduras.

Ashes 2019: Fast bowlers star as second Test evenly poised - day four highlights

Watch highlights as England end on 96-4 taking their lead over Australia past 100 on a thrilling fourth day in the second Ashes Test at Lord's.

Climbing World Championships: Ludovico Fossali and Aleksandra Miroslaw win speed golds

Watch as Aleksandra Miroslaw and Ludovico Fossali win the speed golds at the Climbing World Championships.

Thames Valley Police warn over misuse of 999 system

Police say reports of a rotting chicken and a dog with missing fur are examples of the 999 system being misused.

Fox cubs bounce on trampoline in Cardiff garden

The playful scene was captured on their CCTV.

Mia Khalifa: Porn contracts 'prey on vulnerable girls'

Mia Khalifa says she only made £12,000 from porn despite being one of Pornhub's most popular actresses.

Early fish tapeworms found at 'Britain's Pompeii' Must Farm

Prehistoric inhabitants were infected with intestinal worms from eating raw fish, experts say.

Celtic FC join Call of Duty World League e-sports championship

It's the first time a British club has seriously invested in e-sports outside of football title Fifa.