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Migrant survivors in Malta speak of horror at sea
A marriage counsellor on healing the referendum hurt
Why I'm risking my life to help people with Ebola
A government immigration census in Cambodia has members of the ethnic Vietnamese community living on the Tonlé Sap river fearing for their future.
Brutal Ballet performed a Games of Thrones inspired piece at TitanCon, a science fiction and fantasy convention in Belfast.
The scary element that helped save the crew of Apollo 13
Why authorities refuse to ban disruptive protesters
Former El Salvador president Francisco Flores is transferred to police custody after having his house arrest revoked by a court in the capital, San Salvador.
US President Barack Obama launches the new 'It's on Us' campaign, which aims to prevent sexual assault at American universities.
The International Criminal Court orders Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta to appear on 8 October, over claims his government obstructed prosecutors.
Catalonia's parliament votes to give its leader the power to call a secession consultation, a move the Spanish government has criticised.
Alex Salmond is to step down as first minister of Scotland and Scottish National Party leader after voters rejected independence in Thursday's referendum.
The bitcoin wallet with controversial users
Voters in New Zealand go to the polls after what is being called the dirtiest campaign in the nation's history.
Muslim leaders in the UK have condemned the actions of Islamist extremists holding British hostages.
James Roby scores two first-half tries as St Helens beat Castleford to reach the Super League play-off semi-finals.
Uefa president Michel Platini insists he will not return a watch given to him by the Brazilian Football Confederation.
A four-year-old boy died when his mother set fire to their Liverpool home a day before he was due to be handed into the custody of his father, an inquest hears.
US Secretary of State John Kerry says Iran has a role to play in the fight against Islamic State despite not being part of the US-led coalition.