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The Rastafarian 'promised land' that is less than perfect
How business is saving water to save all of our futures
Why would you want to shrink a ZX Spectrum computer?
UK Ebola survivor William Pooley explains why he is retuning to Africa to fight the spread of the disease just weeks after he was discharged from hospital.
Does US president have the authority to strike IS?
Researchers at Glasgow University claim a breakthrough in efficiently producing hydrogen fuel from water.
As part of the official World Nomad Games being held in Kyrgyzstan, traditional events like 'girl chasing' are being showcased.
International intrigue behind soaring US dairy prices
The brother of a man murdered in County Londonderry 10 years ago offers a reward of £50,000 for information leading to a conviction in the case.
The woman who hunts for messages in bottles
A man who escaped with minor injuries after falling 60 ft (18m) down a cliff while he was sleepwalking has been talking about his experience.
US Secretary of State John Kerry tells the BBC's Barbara Plett-Usher that his country and its Mid-East allies are ready to counter the threat of Islamic State.
Americans have commemorated the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks with ceremonies in New York and Washington.
New EU sanctions against Russia will take effect on Friday over its role in Ukraine, with Russia warning of retaliation.
BBC Sport's football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Catfish and the Bottlemen singer Van McCann.
Supporters and opponents of independence argued over the best way to protect the NHS during the BBC's Big, Big Debate in Glasgow.
Argentina's Congress passes a bill designed to defy a US court ruling that pushed the country into default in July
After more than a year's absence, Leighton Andrews has returned to the Welsh government's cabinet and admits there is a "big job" to do.
South Korea teenager Kim Hyo-Joo fires a 61 in the Evian Championship, the lowest round in a major tournament.
A giant fossil, unearthed in the Sahara desert, has given scientists an unprecedented look at Spinosaurus - the largest-known carnivorous dinosaur.