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Some internet services have been restored in North Korea after a severe outage, amid a cyber security row with the US.
The fatal shooting of an unarmed black man by a white police officer in Milwaukee is to be reviewed after a prosecutor decides not to press charges.
Sydney remembers the victims of the Lindt cafe siege, with the funeral of manager Tori Johnson and a memorial service for barrister Katrina Dawson.
Belgian PM Charles Michel is attacked with mayonnaise and french-fries by female austerity protestors from a group calling itself Liliths.
Lyse Doucet on the prospect of change in Pakistan one week after the school massacre
Asian markets headed lower on Tuesday despite big gains on Wall Street, which closed at record highs overnight.
The day the Pintupi Nine entered the modern world
China's national carrier, Air China, is set to buy 60 Boeing 737 aircraft in a deal worth more than $6bn (£3.8bn).
So just what were the biggest 'fails' of 2014?
The people who prefer to be alone on 25 December
NHS leaders warn loneliness could cause a major spike in emergency admissions
Meal planning for a daughter who never feels full
A historic year of self-doubt, nerves and instability
The US troops who go back as part of PTSD treatment
The money allocated to local authorities in England to tackle potholes and improve local roads is announced by the Department for Transport.
Clarke Carlisle, the ex-Professional Footballers' Association chairman, is in hospital after being involved in a collision with a lorry.
Detailed investigations at the scene of a fatal bin lorry crash in Glasgow are due to resume at first light, police say.
Italy's competition watchdog fines travel website Tripadvisor €500,000 (£392,000) for publishing misleading information in its reviews.
Talks between the Northern Ireland political parties are continuing at Stormont, with Tuesday morning set as a deadline for agreement.