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The trial of former Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on negligence charges is due to get under way in the capital, Bangkok.
The bosses of large banks should be paid no more than people at the top of the civil service, David Cameron's former director of strategy says.
A year of monthly photo challenges which aim to help expand and improve your skills.
French teachers are furious about controversial proposed curriculum changes, including the phasing out of Latin and Greek, says Hugh Schofield
Jose Mourinho says Chelsea's rivals are "guilty" for the 3-0 defeat at West Brom - for letting them win the title "so early".
The son and daughter-in-law of the oil tycoon Sir Ian Wood donate £250,000 towards medical equipment at Wishaw General Hospital.
Scotland's top law officer is going to court to try to get air accident investigators to hand over the black box from a North Sea helicopter crash.
Exploring Ryoji Ikeda's Supersymmetry - the art installation inspired by the work taking place at Cern
More than 200 support staff jobs are to go at Exeter University, the BBC learns.
Digital archaeology rescues lost Iraqi art
Images of eight people police want to speak to in connection with an anti-austerity protest after the general election are released.
Do normal people really say 'aye up me duck'?
Net neutrality is often cited as one of the key issues that will shape the future of the internet - but what does it mean?
Told through a cartoon, the moving personal story of a young African man caught up in the international drugs trade.
The BBC is with the Iraq coalition forces on an air mission outside Mosul
A former Soviet soldier who was wounded and captured Afghanistan in the 1980s has a new life as a guide at Herat's Jihad Museum.
Where mobile phones are banned for 13,000 square miles
Short-term lender Wonga swaps its controversial puppets for "hard-working dinner ladies and mums" as it bids to reinvent itself with new adverts.
Raheem Sterling is a talented player, but his departure would not cause a crisis for Liverpool, says Phil McNulty.
Oratilwe Hlongwane, whose DJ name is Arch Junior, has only just turned three years old and already has thousands of dedicated fans.