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An international aid convoy carrying desperately-needed food, medical supplies and blankets has arrived in the besieged Syrian town of Madaya; migrants at a Calais refugee camp begin moving to new semi-permanent accommodation with heating and electricity; musicians and fans from around the world have been paying tribute to one of the biggest names in pop music - David Bowie - who has died.
Music legend David Bowie dies aged 69; Syria Madaya crisis; Spain royal trial.
Picture shows David Bowie performing in a BBC concert in 2002. (Credit: BBC)
Sean Penn criticised over his Mexican drug baron interview; Catalonia's new standard bearer for independence; Golden Globes preview
(Photo- Actor and director Sean Penn. Credit: BBC)
Paris commemorations; Gay Anglicans urge Church to repent for discrimination; Tarantino's Panavision
Demonstrators clash over Germany's immigration policy; French mosques open their doors to offer coffee and pastries; The UN hopes to deliver aid to the besieged town of Madaya in Syria
(Photo: Police ranks opposite right-wing demonstrators in Cologne. Credit: AP / Oliver Berg)
Protests in Cologne as Merkel announces tough new measures; aid for besieged Syrian towns; biplane flight to Australia
Picture: A person holds up a placard reading "The sex mob scandal has a background" prior to a Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West (PEGIDA) demonstration march in front of the main train station in Cologne, Germany, January 9, 2016.
Credit: REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay