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Battlecruiser SMS Scharnhorst was sunk by the British navy in the 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands.
Roma say the Corriere dello Sport headline 'Black Friday', alongside pictures of Romelu Lukaku and Chris Smalling, is "terrible".
Leader Nigel Farage is "disappointed" by his ex-colleagues' decision to support the Conservatives.
London's Trafalgar Square Christmas tree comes in for criticism over its 'droopy' appearance.
Players including Paul Casey and Adam Scott complain of stinging eyes because of smoke from nearby bushfires at the Australian Open.
Gareth Delbridge and Michael "Spike" Lewis were killed on 3 July after being hit by a train.
Eurostar has cancelled 90 services, while major airlines are also warning of cancellations and delays.
As Andy Ruiz Jr prepares to defend his heavyweight titles against Anthony Joshua, his father talks to BBC Sport about watching his son's world change.
The Indian woman suffered severe burns and is fighting for her life in hospital.
The singer says "nothing happened" after he is pictured holding hands with a co-star.
Your morning briefing for 5 December 2019.
What happens when two people from across the political divide are brought together for dinner?
Day five of BBC Sport's advent calendar looking back at the sporting decade features one of the greatest tennis players of all time giving her all to win a point at Wimbledon.
Officials say a US sailor opened fire at the historic Pearl Harbor military base in Hawaii.
Lucy Edwards is one of 35 new guest presenters on Radio 1 and 1Xtra over the Christmas period.
The Chinese company filed the case after it was labelled as a security threat by Washington.
Vernon Unsworth tells a court that he felt "ashamed" after the Tesla founder dubbed him "pedo guy".
The hungry birds in Kirk Hallam are often seen going door-to-door in their search for a meal.
Education, transport and Brexit are among issues Croydon people say matter to them in the election.
We no longer need them to tell us the time - so why should we care about clock towers?