BBC News Headlines

November 24, 2017

Merkel: Backstop alternative 'possible within 30 days'

Boris Johnson welcomes apparent optimism from the German chancellor as she suggests a solution could be found.

Libby Squire death: Man arrested on suspicion of murder

Police arrest a 25-year-old over the death of the student whose body was found in a river estuary.

HS2: Review to examine costs and benefits of rail project

It will look at the costs and benefits, with a “go or no-go" decision by the end of the year.

Titanic sub dive reveals parts are being lost to sea

The first people to dive down to the Titanic in nearly 15 years say some parts of the wreck have been lost to the sea.

Greenland: Trump criticises 'nasty' Denmark over cancelled visit

The president takes offence after Denmark's PM called his idea of buying the Arctic island "absurd".

Ryanair loses court battle to block UK pilot strikes

The airline won in a bid to stop Ireland-based pilots from striking, but lost the larger UK battle

EU migration to UK 'underestimated' by ONS

The Office for National Statistics says it may have also overstated migration from non-EU countries.

London bus attack: Four teenagers deny homophobic harassment

Melania Geymonat and her partner Chris Hannigan were targeted by four boys, a court hears.

Boy, 12, falls to death from apartment in Spain

Lucas Briscoe was on holiday with his mother in the Costa del Sol when he fell from a balcony.

Trafalgar Square stabbing: Man knifed in central London

The man was found with stab injuries in the square in central London just after 21:00 BST.

Man accused of 'upskirting' more than 550 women

The suspect allegedly uploaded the videos to pornographic websites, getting millions of views.

Dancing with the Stars row over Sean Spicer casting

As Trump's ex-press secretary joins the cast, host Tom Bergeron said he wanted a politics-free show.

Ex-Bury FC director in handcuffs protest over club's future

Bury fans look ahead to Friday, when the 134-year-old club could be expelled from the English Football League.

Spike in wildfires in Brazil's Amazon rainforest

Smoke from the fires caused a blackout in Sao Paulo, more than 2,700km (1,700 miles) away.

New Zealand speaker cradles MP’s baby during parliament debate

Trevor Mallard was pictured feeding the baby while Tāmati Coffey took part in a debate.

Gone with the Wind: Dozens of mattresses blown away in outdoor cinema mishap

Dozens of air mattresses end up gone with the wind before an outdoor movie night in Colorado.

Does the future of farming exist beneath city streets?

In a disused air raid shelter one company is growing crops, but what are the pros and cons of vertical farming?

G7 summit: Inside the climate activist training camp

Campaign groups in France are teaching people how to protest effectively, ahead of the G7 summit.

Wildcats litter: The new arrivals giving hope for the species' survival

A litter of four wildcat kittens has been born at an animal park near Canterbury

'I bought a house thanks to my bullet journal'

Millions of people have shared #bulletjournal or #bujo hashtags on Instagram, so how do they work?

Former Farc rebels become eco-warriors to stop deforestation in the Amazon

Ex-Farc rebels in Colombia, who spent decades fighting the government over land and power, have reinvented themselves as eco-warriors protecting the Amazon from illegal logging.

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The Matrix: How have other 'fourth' films faired?

The sci-fi filmmakers stand on the shoulders of Toy Story, Indiana Jones and more in doing the quadruple.

HS2: Scrapping high-speed rail project 'would be a disaster'

But a farmer who has lost land to the project says he feels the scheme will not go ahead in full.

Prince Andrew's links to Jeffrey Epstein

The Duke of York has come under scrutiny for his connection to the late US financier. Here's what we know.

The mystery photos of a 1957 gay wedding

Who are the two grooms in these wedding photos? Filmmakers are trying to find out, 60 years later.

‘Men have always taken the glory': Why more women are becoming farmers

A growing proportion of the UK's farmers are female - we meet some of the women joining the industry.

The unbelievable hangover caused by Pure-O

Sarah Collins' OCD tricks her into thinking she's made a horrible mistake after a night out celebrating her A level results.

The Cold War spy technology which we all use

Radio-frequency identification, famously used to bug the US embassy in Moscow, is a cheap way to track objects and data.

Brexit: What are EU countries doing to prepare for no deal?

How are other countries preparing for a possible no deal?

England must 'capitalise' on Smith absence, says Root

England have to "try to capitalise on the opportunity" of Steve Smith's absence from the third Ashes Test, says captain Joe Root.

Te'o's England career over with Toulon move

Ben Te'o's England career is over after he signed a short-term deal with French Top 14 side Toulon.

Nketiah's late goal takes Leeds to top of Championship

Leeds maintain their unbeaten start to the season as substitute Eddie Nketiah's first Championship goal beats Brentford.

Major League Baseball: Cody Bellinger's trousers fall down during baseball slide

Watch as Cody Bellinger's trousers slip down as he dives to third base during Los Angeles Dodgers' game against Toronto Blue Jays.

Alexis Sanchez: Man Utd and Inter Milan yet to reach agreement

Manchester United and Inter Milan are yet to reach an agreement over a deal for forward Alexis Sanchez.

Phil Parkinson: Bolton Wanderers manager resigns from League One club

Bolton Wanderers boss Phil Parkinson and assistant Steve Parkin resign from their positions with the League One club.