Band Aid 30's Do They Know It's Christmas?, which features a host of stars, stormed to the top of the singles chart today.
The charity single, organised once again by Bob Geldof, shifted more than 312,000 copies to make it the year's fastest-selling single, the Official Charts Company said.
But there have been some complaints over the song's content, with some of the lyrics changed to reflect the Ebola crisis in West Africa.
The track, with all proceeds going toward the fight against Ebola in west Africa, has outsold the rest of the top five combined.
The massive sales haul of Band Aid 30, which features Ed Sheeran, Ellie Goulding, One Direction, Rita Ora and Bastille among its star cast, outshines Band Aid 20's first-week sales in 2004 with that version selling 297,000 in its first seven days.
Lewis Hamilton has tweeted his thanks for the support of his fans after he joined an elite club of Formula One world champions in securing his second drivers' championship title with a win at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Ghoncheh Ghavami, 25, was found guilty last month of "propagating against the ruling system" and received the custodial sentence.
Former Formula One champion Sir Jackie Stewart said Lewis Hamilton's victory at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was a great achievement for him and his team, and a great victory for Britain.
The Foreign Office (FCO) have confirmed reports that Ghoncheh Ghavami has been released from jail in Iran.
A spokesperson said: "We are aware Miss Ghoncheh Ghavami has been released on bail in Iran. We remain in regular contact with her family."
Miss Ghavami has arrested after trying to watch a volleyball match in Iran.
Ghoncheh Ghavami, the British-Iranian woman arrested after trying to watch a volleyball match in June, has been released on bail her fiance has confirmed to ITV News.
At least 45 people have killed and dozens more injured at a sports tournament in Paktika province, Afghanistan.
The spokesman for the region said the attack happened at an inter-district volleyball tournament attended by large crowds in Yahyakhail district this afternoon.
Paktika, bordering Pakistan, is one of Afghanistan's most volatile regions where a Taliban-led insurgency is waging an intensifying war against the government in Kabul.
Today's attack is one of the deadliest so far this year at a time when attacks are escalating alongside a contentious election and the inauguration of President Ashraf Ghani in September.
YouTuber Leena (aka justkissmyfrog) believes a basic health service is "a given for any society claiming to be civilised."
In her policy video for Leaders Live, she worries that privatisation of the NHS will lead to "survival of the richest" and pledges to grill political leaders on why "even scraping the top of NHS funding ever even entered their minds".
What will you ask political leaders when they tackle young people's questions in a series of live streamed Q&As on YouTube?