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Rapid progress in genetics is making "designer babies" more likely and society needs to be prepared, leading scientists have told the BBC.
The BBC launches an award for reporters based in Africa in honour of its presenter, Komla Dumor, a year after his unexpected death, aged 41.
Labour says it will "end the scandal of neglect" of child mental health issues if it is in government after the general election.
Should you lose your job for online hate?
How the story of a brutal murder changed my life
Decorating the armada of rickshaws on Bangladesh's roads
A student photographer's iconic images of Dr King on the march
The gap between the performance of England's northern and southern cities dramatically widened in the past 10 years, says a Centre for Cities study.
Readers suggest BBC doomsday signoff
Scotland's economic recovery is set to continue in 2015 with the jobs market in "relatively rude health", the Bank of Scotland says.
The government is calling for a fundamental overhaul of how the NHS tackles suicides, inspired by a programme from the US.
The Libyan army declares a partial ceasefire, two days after some of the militias in western Libya announced a truce.
The sceptic versus the defender
Matters of inequality feature heavily on Monday's front pages, in terms of global wealth and jobs in the UK.
Why do so many stock market crashes happen in the autumn?
How UK entrepreneur Emily Brooke was inspired to develop a new bicycle light which projects a laser onto the road.
Arsene Wenger says Arsenal's win at Manchester City answers doubts about their defence and ability to win away at top clubs.
Masters champion Shaun Murphy expresses his relief at not quitting snooker after his 10-2 final win over Neil Robertson.
A woman whose son came back to Britain after fighting in Syria says returning fighters need more support.
Who was his team's best attacker and best defender - and who looks like he belongs in a spaghetti western?