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A Liberian ambulance driver tells of surviving Ebola
Why Germany barely remembers the 1914 WW1 Christmas Truce
The people who get a strange tingling feeling
Technology companies in California are trying to engage in the communities they inhabit, by helping the homeless, as Richard Taylor reports.
A film adaptation of the musical Into the Woods has been given a big world premiere in New York.
A Kung Fu fan from Kabul has shot to social media fame after posting a picture of himself striking a pose next to martial arts legend Bruce Lee.
There is no common thread to Thursday's front pages, but many papers touch on torture, the "war against terror", and Iraq.
A selection of this year's most striking drone pictures
A series based on the detective novels written by JK Rowling under the name Robert Galbraith is to be made for TV, the BBC announces.
An international comparison shows that teenagers in the UK, particularly from wealthier families, spend more time on homework than many European countries
Scientists have clashed over claims that sugar may be worse for blood pressure and heart health than salt.
Scientists have created a chemical that can be added to food to make people feel fuller.
Drug resistant infections will kill an extra 10 million people a year worldwide by 2050 unless action is taken, a study says.
More than 5,000 people worldwide died in November as a result of jihadist violence, a BBC investigation reveals.
The former first minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond has told BBC Newsnight he believes that SNP could play a decisive role in forming the next UK government - for the first time in a generation.
Do we buy more of a product if a celebrity promotes it?
Kabul's former police chief, Zahir Zahir talks about the suicide bomb in early November which he narrowly avoided.
Britain's Jenson Button is to partner Spain's Fernando Alonso at McLaren for the 2015 Formula One season.
Prime Minister David Cameron has said he is determined to do everything he can to secure agreement in the cross-party talks in Northern Ireland.
Tracking a month of jihadist attacks