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Sediment gathered from a lake in Romania reveals the environmental change linked to changes in the political landscape, a study shows.
Could making the invisible parts of the economy more visible show us that the economy is in better shape than we thought?
Hiroshima restores wartime tram
Ruthanne and Larry Dolezal, the parents of US civil rights worker Rachel Dolezal, have urged their daughter to seek help for ''personal identity issues''.
A country ranked 174 in the world and coached by an ex-Bognor Regis player beats India in a 2018 World Cup qualifier.
A Chihuahua puppy stolen in Harlow is returned after the search for her went viral on Facebook.
South Korea begins trials of plasma therapy as the Mers death toll rises to 19.
At least 17 people are killed and 70 wounded after a passenger train collides with a lorry in Tunisia, officials say.
A monumental work by Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei will be the heaviest sculpture ever shown at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Egypt's ex-President Mohammed Morsi has been sentenced to life in prison for spying by an Egyptian court.
UK house price growth eased in the year to April, partly due to a slowdown in London, official figures have shown.
Michelle Obama has been greeted with cheers and applause as she arrived at Mulberry School for Girls in East London.
Thousands of people are urged to leave their homes as "explosive" wildfires rage across Alaska, officials say.
A train firm fines 700 drivers a total of more than £24,000 for overstaying a two-minute waiting time at Nottingham railway station.
The head of the Welsh NHS says there is a police investigation about aspects of Betsi Cadwaladr health board's spending plans.
Government trouble-shooters are sent to Scotland's newest hospital to help improve accident and emergency (A&E) waiting times.
A woman is arrested in connection with the death of a man who died from stab wounds following a fight.
Greek shares fall for a third day after fears that it could leave the euro intensify and the French president warns there is "little time" to reach a deal on economic reforms.
Former Fifa executive committee member Chuck Blazer has co-operated with investigations into Fifa since 2011, it has emerged.
UK inflation rate, measured by Consumer Prices Index, rose to 0.1% in May, after dip to -0.1% in April, figures show.