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Russian plane crash: First ‘black box’ brought to Moscow

The flight data recorder of the Russian jet which crashed with 92 deaths is delivered to Moscow. Source: BBC

George Michael: Tributes for pop superstar

Tributes are paid across the world to pop superstar George Michael, who has died aged 53. Source: BBC

Russia plane crash: Huge search for bodies in Black Sea

A huge search continues in Russia after a military plane with 92 people crashed into the Black Sea. Source: BBC

Disappeared

In 1996, two boys went out to play and did not return. They have never been found and no-one has been charged over their disappearance. So what happened to the friends who would become known as the "Milk Carton Kids"? Source: BBC

Carrie Fisher ‘stable’ after cardiac arrest

Star Wars actress is in stable condition after suffering a cardiac arrest, her mother says. Source: BBC

Russian military plane crashes in Black Sea, ‘killing 92’

All 92 people on board a Russian military plane are feared dead after it crashed into the Black Sea. Source: BBC

Queen misses Christmas Day church service ‘because of cold’

The Queen misses Christmas Day service because of a cold, but will still celebrate with her family. Source: BBC

Queen’s Christmas message: ‘I draw strength from unsung heroes’

The Queen will say "ordinary people doing extraordinary things" inspire her, in her Christmas message. Source: BBC

Christian leaders urge calm and faith in time of ‘fear’

The Archbishops of Canterbury and Westminster use Christmas messages to appeal for faith in 'fearful' times. Source: BBC

Donald Trump vows to shut controversial Trump Foundation

Donald Trump promises to dissolve his Trump Foundation charity, which is still under investigation Source: BBC

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Almanac: The “Chunnel”

On January 20, 1986, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and French President Francois Mitterand broke new ground on the long-dreamed-of tunnel connecting England and France. Jane Pauley reports.

Almanac: The English Channel Tunnel

On January 20, 1986, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and French President Francois Mitterand broke new ground on the long-dreamed-of "Chunnel"

Downing Street warns MPs not to block Brexit

No 10 responds as two groups of MPs seek to take control of the UK's withdrawal from the EU. Source: BBC