Christmas Jumper day
Save the Children have decided to take advantage of the knitted Xmas jumper by inviting people to don one of the loud garments today in aid of charity.
In Pictures: Ukraine police storm Kiev protest camp
Police have stormed a protest camp in the Ukrainian capital, clashing with protesters as they tried to dismantle barricades.
In pictures: Belfast, Northern Ireland news, events and things to do
Belfast, Northern Ireland news in pictures. A selection of photographs from Belfast and around Northern Ireland.
World in Pictures: striking photographs from around the globe
Compelling photos from around the globe. Compiled and edited by Gary Fennelly
Anti-government protesters topple statue of Bolshevik leader Lenin
A group of protesters dragged down and decapitated the landmark statue of Vladimir Lenin in Kiev amid huge protests gripping Ukraine.
Nelson Mandela: A life in pictures
Photographs of Nelson Mandela - one of the world's most celebrated statesmen. South Africa's first black president, who led the peaceful transition from white-only rule, died aged 95 after a long illness.
Nelson Mandela dies aged 95
In Pictures: Storm leaves thousands without power across NI and UK
In Pictures: Belfast Telegraph reader Northern Ireland flag submissions
In Pictures: Belfast technology event 'Friday Night Mashup'
In Pictures: Tens of thousands of anti-government demonstrators march in Kiev
In Pictures: Glasgow helicopter crash
Loyalist protest march in Belfast, November 30, 2013
Loyalist protesters have gathered at Belfast City Hall on the anniversary of a council decision to limit the flying of the Union flag.
In Pictures: Thanksgiving Day parade balloons soar in the United States to launch holiday season
Spiderman, Snoopy, Hello Kitty and Pikachu and other iconic balloons received the all-clear from the New York Police Department to fly between Manhattan skyscrapers on Thursday as part of annual New York Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. After fears the balloons could be grounded due to strong winds they sailed through the streets albeit at lower heights than usual. An estimated 3.5 million spectators lined the route. Another 50 million watched on television. Thanksgiving Day celebrates the harvest and blessings of the past year, and launches the US holiday season.
Lumiere: Derry dazzles as lightworks illuminate the city's buildings, streets and bridges
Lumiere, a magical four-day celebration of light, has arrived in Londonderry
Fr Alex Reid's remains return to west Belfast
The remains of the late Fr Alec Reid were brought to west Belfast today, the place where he quietly came to prominence as both priest and peacemaker. Meanwhile, a book of condolence was opened at Belfast City Hall by the city's Lord Mayor Máirtín Ó Muilleoir.
Snow hits Belfast hills and the Sperrins
Parts of Northern Ireland were hit by snow on Tuesday morning as autumn turned decidedly wintry. Photographers Colm Lenaghan and Martin McKenna rose at the break of dawn to capture the beautiful scenes in the countryside.
In Pictures: Eddie McGrady funeral
In pictures: Typhoon Haiyan devastates Philippines, killing estimated 10,000 people
Warning: Contains some graphic images
Tiny monkeys born in Belfast
Glasgow pub tragedy 'Catholics' tweet woman may face charges
Nelson Mandela: life and times
Key moments in life of former president
Curb spy powers, says Obama panel
A presidential advisory panel says telephone information collected in bulk by the National Security Agency and used in terror investigations "was not essential to preventing attacks" and has proposed sweeping changes to US government surveillance programmes.
Breast surgery report published
An independent report on how hospital chiefs managed concerns over breast cancer surgery is to be published today.
Jury retires in Rigby murder trial
Jurors in the trial of two men accused of the murder of soldier Lee Rigby are due to retire to consider their verdicts today.
Roberts baffled by Tan attitude
Iwan Roberts is baffled as to why Cardiff owner Vincent Tan was upset by manager Malky Mackay's hopes of adding to his squad in January, and believes the Malaysian is hoping another club will make a move for the Scot.
Players should take blame - Dawson
Tottenham captain Michael Dawson admits the players are culpable for the sacking of Andre Villas-Boas as manager for unacceptable performances.
Wilshere accepts charge
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has admitted a charge from the Football Association over an offensive hand gesture made towards Manchester City fans, but has contested the mandatory two-match ban and the case will be heard by a commission on Thursday.
Car 'not at fault' in Walker crash
Investigators have found no evidence that the Porsche carrying actor Paul Walker had mechanical problems before it crashed, killing the Fast & Furious star.
Strictly finalist Clancy 'drained'
Strictly Come Dancing finalist Abbey Clancy says she is struggling to cope with the gruelling rehearsal regime as the big day looms and admitted: "My body's failing on me."
EastEnders role for McBusted's Matt
Matt Willis is joining the cast of EastEnders.