Saturday's front pages feature Brexit and the EU's plan to charge Brits travelling to Europe.
The army earlier accused the UN children's agency of spying for Islamists in north-eastern Nigeria.
Buying teachers at Rhosybol community school a festive treat will not get you on Santa's nice list.
Mick Mulvaney will be acting White House chief of staff, replacing General John Kelly.
Craig Levein is "embarrassed" at his side's 5-0 defeat by Livingston and says they made the hosts look like Paris St-Germain.
Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne finished last season "exhausted", according to his manager Pep Guardiola.
A young American who came to Europe after a family tragedy is stabbed to death in her student complex.
Five goals and a red card in the space of 14 minutes ensure Livingston hammer Hearts in the Scottish Premiership.
West Brom come from behind to pick up a crucial victory at fellow Championship promotion contenders Sheffield United.
Only a day after warring parties agreed a ceasefire, residents hear shelling in Hudaydah port.
Laura Kenny, Katie Archibald, Neah Evans and Ellie Dickinson win gold in the women's team pursuit at the World Track Cycling World Cup in London.
Witnesses say people fell ill after eating rice following a ceremony in the state of Karnataka.
Labour's leadership is being urged to endorse another public vote on Brexit. But will they do it?
Ex-rider Jess Varnish is putting "self-interest" first in an employment case against British Cycling and UK Sport, a lawyer says.
The girls, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, were sexually assaulted at gunpoint.
Theresa May's Brussels talks were not a failure - but she needs more than the EU's assurances.
Egypt and Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is voted the BBC African Footballer of the Year 2018.
Shares drop Reuters study says firm knew asbestos "lurked" in its talcum powder since the 1970s.
Five charts about the prime minister's busy week
A stadium in LA confirms it uses facial recognition technology at pop concerts.