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One woman tells the BBC's Leana Hosea how she is fighting for justice for the lower caste community in India, where sexual violence and discrimination is rife.
Ed Miliband might be advised to avoid Sunday's papers if he wants to avoid depression, as various stories say the Labour leader has lost the confidence of his colleagues and the public.
Kenneth Bae, one of two Americans to be released from detention in North Korea, thanks well wishers for their ''support and prayers'' on his arrival in the US.
Protesters in the state of Guerrero attack government buildings after grisly details of the deaths of missing students emerge.
The crisis in Ukraine has prompted many in Kazakhstan to ask whether it will be next on Russia's hit list, reports the BBC's Abdujalil Abdurasulov.
Two high wire artists have negotiated a successful crossing of the Victoria Falls on the Zambia-Zimbabwe border - the culmination of two years spent in training.
The internet's obsession with a teen - and more trends of the week
The American who turned Ugly Betty into a Russian
Can one of Italy's oldest cities be saved?
London's skyline as seen from above
Does the WW1 tourist trade respect or exploit the dead?
A Honduran migrant who was jailed and abused in Mexico for more than five years before being released without charge is set to return home.
The brain has dedicated neurons for each of the five taste categories - salty, bitter, sour, sweet and umami - scientists have discovered.
The time when spy agencies officially didn't exist
Why the triumph of capitalism may not be all it seems
Have the Danes cracked childhood obesity?