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Why one man has recorded every sneeze for seven years
How this European boy grew up to be a suicide bomber
The last eel catcher fishing the river in Rome
A "private" dinner between tech firms and government officials from across the EU is to take place on Wednesday.
A radio campaign in Burkina Faso aims to save lives
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Taking fights at short notice, making young prospects look good: How boxing journeymen make losing look like an art form.
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A Nepali man has ridden a bike backwards across three continents in the name of world peace.
Efforts to "rewild" parts of Scotland could involve the reintroduction of Eurasian lynx, according to some conservationists.
World Anti-Doping Agency may increase athletics drugs bans if research into steroids longevity proves correct.
Chile's supreme court halts work on a gold and copper mine owned by the Canadian conglomerate, Goldcorp, until indigenous communities are consulted.
A vivid pink diamond has broken a new record at auction after it sold for $17.8m (£11.07m) at Sotheby's in Hong Kong.
The ECB deny that a leaked document is a dossier on Kevin Pietersen's behaviour during last winter's Ashes.
The International Monetary Fund has cut its forecast for global economic growth for both this year and next.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta arrives in The Hague to appear at the International Criminal Court on charges of crimes against humanity.
The family of Marussia driver Jules Bianchi have issued an update on his condition after he suffered severe head injuries at the Japanese GP.
Industry sources tell BBC Scotland that First Group is set to lose the franchise to operate ScotRail services.
Four men are arrested in London as part of an ongoing investigation into Islamist-related terrorism, police say.