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Meanwhile, here is the latest from the BBC.
- Mindanao: Four killed in explosion at Catholic Mass in Philippines December 3, 2023Four are killed and 42 wounded in a blast officials suspect was carried out by Islamist militants.
- The Papers: 'Starmer praises Thatcher' and Royals unite December 3, 2023Sunday's papers look at the continuing royal race row and the Labour leader's praise of Margaret Thatcher.
- UK temperatures plunge as cold snap disrupts roads December 3, 2023Drivers in Cumbria say they have been in stop-start traffic with no food or water for up to 19 hours.
- Starmer credits Thatcher in pitch to Tory voters December 3, 2023The Labour leader says Conservative PM set loose "our natural entrepreneurialism".
- Paris attack near Eiffel Tower leaves one dead and two injured December 3, 2023A German is stabbed to death as officials say tourists are targeted in a knife and hammer attack.
- Henry Kissinger's Cambodia legacy of bombs and chaos December 3, 2023Henry Kissinger died aged 100 this week. His policies caused widespread destruction in Cambodia.
- Why Naga Munchetty is asking: ‘How are your periods?' December 3, 2023The Radio 5 Live presenter finds out that the answer could help many women like her.
- Retired teacher's hobby lands her RHS artist-in-residence role December 3, 2023Caroline Buckley's coloured pencil skills win her the role of Plant Review's artist-in-residence.
- How assistance dogs can make a big difference at university December 3, 2023Students describe the realities of university life with - and without - an animal's help.
- American Fiction director says white audiences are too comfortable with black clichés December 3, 2023Satirical film American Fiction follows a black writer trying to make the literary world change its ways.