● London Central Mosque stabbing: Man is arrested The victim was found with multiple injuries after police were called to the London Central Mosque.
● NI Housing Executive rents to rise for first time in five years The 2.75% hike will result in an average weekly increase of £1.79.
● Coronavirus : South Korean sect identified as hotbed Infections are linked to one woman, as South Korea confirms its first death from the covid-19 virus.
● The man who can make music with his mind Academic and electronic musician Bertolt Meyer has hacked into his prosthetic arm and connected it to his synth.
● Hanau shooting: Has Germany done enough to tackle far-right terror threat? The Hanau crime fuels fears that Germany has underestimated the far-right terror threat.
● DJs, dancing and celebrities - meet the young entrepreneur reinventing boxing BBC Sport meets 26-year-old Ben Shalom, the man behind Ultimate Boxxer - one of the most lucrative and exciting events for up and coming boxers.
● Germany shooting: Investigation into 'deeply racist' gunman's links The suspected gunman killed nine people "of migrant background" in shisha bars on Wednesday night.
● Man guilty of murdering Widnes pub landlord over ban Lee Abbott "saw red" and stabbed pub landlord Christian Thornton 11 times after he was barred.
● Louise Lotz: Debby Foxwell guilty of neighbour murder Debby Foxwell had a "visceral hatred" for Louise Lotz and carried out a "brutal attack" on her.
● Caroline Flack death: Hairdressers bin gossip magazines One salon owner said she did not want to see pages of fat-shaming and celebrities without make-up.
● Democratic debate: Mike Bloomberg's record on crime in New York fact-checked The candidates vying for the Democratic presidential nomination brought up the controversial stop-and-frisk policy.
● Victoria's Secret stake sale values firm at $1.1bn The lingerie firm has previously been criticised for not being inclusive of all body types.
● Barclays scraps 'Big Brother' staff tracking system The bank's software to monitor the amount of time staff spent at their desks was condemned as "creepy".
● Tewkesbury mustard balls seek 'protected status' A bid is under way to get Tewkesbury mustard and mustard balls a "Protected Geographical Indication" status.
● Mercedes confident 'dual-axis steering' system for 2020 within F1 rules Mercedes believe a trick steering innovation which could give them an advantage in 2020 is within the rules.
● Mercedes confident steering 'trick' within rules Mercedes believe a trick steering innovation which could give them an advantage in 2020 is within the rules.
● Euro 2020 tickets: Uefa apologises to fans over cancellations Uefa apologises for an error over Euro 2020 tickets that has left fans hundreds of pounds out of pocket through flight and hotel expenses.
● UK says Russia's GRU behind massive Georgia cyber-attack The UK Foreign Office said October's attack was designed to undermine Georgia's sovereignty.
● Laura Whitmore criticises photographer at airport after Caroline Flack's death The Love Island host was filmed against her will on arrival into Cape Town, South Africa.
● Orlando Bloom gets tattoo fixed: How to avoid mistakes in your tattoos The actor had the word "Frynn" instead of "Flynn" written in morse code on his arm.
● Alex Danson: Former Great Britain captain retires because of long-term concussion Olympic gold medallist Alex Danson announces her retirement from hockey because of long-term concussion.
● Boy given life 'internal decapitation' murder in East Kilbride The 17-year-old stamped on the face of Frank Sinclair, 61, severing his spine from his head.
● Six Nations: How is England's Tom Curry fitting in at number eight? Ball-carrying? Base-of-the-scrum smarts? Breakdown dominance? How is England's Tom Curry coping with his changed back-row role?
● Storm Dennis: Woman rescued from roof of submerged car Two men joined forces to rescue a woman who was trapped on top of her submerged car for 12 hours.