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A group of vertical cinema pioneers from Amsterdam are travelling to different cities to promote a new way of watching moving images.
A London-based New Zealand fan prepares to travel 21.000 miles in under three days to watch the World Cup final.
At least four people are killed after a passenger bus hit a landmine near a government-held town in eastern Ukraine, local officials say.
How hard did Zayn Malik work in five years with One Direction?
The BBC's South East Asia correspondent examines the legacy of the Singaporean statesman in the wider region.
Football Association chairman Greg Dyke plans contract talks with England boss Roy Hodgson within the next year.
A state of emergency is declared in the Peruvian town of Chosica after it was engulfed by mud and rocks during heavy rain on Monday.
A former undercover police officer has told BBC News that Scotland Yard kept intelligence files on MPs during the 1990s.
The star of reality show Duck Dynasty is facing criticism after a speech that included a graphic story about a atheist family being raped and killed.
Christophe Berra scores late winning goal for patient Scotland against a game and well-organised Northern Ireland side.
A ski patroller from a resort two kilometres from the site of the Germanwings crash tells the BBC the region is shocked by the crash.
A last-minute bid to change the way the Speaker of the House of Commons is elected is to be debated by MPs, prompting criticism from Labour.
Ebola is more deadly for young children than adults, an analysis in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests.
The main US share indexes all fell on Wednesday, with the technology-focused Nasdaq sustaining the heaviest losses.
Tottenham defender Danny Rose pulls out of the England squad to face Lithuania and Italy due to injury.
Australian island that won't give up independence without a fight
The Thick of It creator Armando Iannucci is to adapt a new version of Charles Dickens' David Copperfield for the big screen.
MPs pass the Finance Bill at second reading.
Sixteen republicans received royal pardons between 2000 and 2002, the Northern Ireland Office discloses.
The German victims of the Alps air crash included 16 pupils returning from an exchange trip in Spain.