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The BBC's John Maguire's reports on how new mobile phone technology could be helping with the reintroduction of printed photos.
An eight-year-old boy in America becomes the youngest recipient of a double hand transplant.
British businesses are to be forced to prove what they are doing to stop slavery and human trafficking in their supply chains, the government says.
Barclays bank reports a 25% rise in half-year profits to £3.14bn but has set aside another £850m for customer compensation - including further PPI claims.
An Australian man is one of eight men charged with 503 child sex offences against his 13-year-old daughter.
US online retailer Amazon calls for a separate airspace zone for commercial drone flights that could deliver goods to customers.
The outgoing boss of BT in Wales says quotas for the number of women in boardrooms should not be ruled out.
Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness denies that his three-day visit to the United States for talks about the Stormont budget crisis is a waste of time.
The first phase of a £900,000 project to overhaul a Pembrokeshire harbour opens.
In a new study, physicists reveal how ants co-operate to carry huge chunks of food back to their nests.
Overtime payments to police officers and staff rise by £4.9m in one year, with the Nato summit accounting for a big part of the increase.
A residential school for boys with behavioural problems is temporarily closed as police investigate claims of physical abuse.
Plans for a new publicly-funded £110m theatre and arts venue at the former site of Granada TV studios in Manchester are discussed by the city's council.
Pakistani police say Malik Ishaq, the leader of banned Sunni militant group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, has been shot dead in Punjab province.
The flow of migrants trying to get into Britain from Calais appears "too much" for the UK government to handle, a spokesman for Eurotunnel says.
The president of Brazil construction giant Odebrecht, Marcelo Odebrecht, is charged with corruption and money laundering.
Wednesday's global launch of Windows 10 marks a “new era” for personal computing, Microsoft’s chief executive tells the BBC.
Some police forces are using overtime to cover gaps caused by staff shortages, BBC Radio 5 live has found.
Rory Cellan-Jones goes hands-on with Windows 10 and tries out some of the operating system's new features.
A US dentist who killed a lion in Zimbabwe says he regrets shooting the animal.