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Just who exactly is going to the Bilderberg meeting?
The children taken from home for a social experiment
Almost a year after Colombia's James Rodriguez scored the goal of the 2014 World Cup, his compatriot Daniela Montoya stakes her claim for the same prize at the Women's World Cup.
In Calais migrants seeking to reach the UK have reached the French port from camps in Italy and Greece.
After being released from solitary confinement, many prisoners find it hard to adjust to life outside of prison
Research carried out by the National Air Traffic Services (Nats) and partners suggests that TV signals are as useful for tracking aircraft as traditional radar.
People living close to Mount Sinabung in Indonesia are told to move out of their homes as fears grow that the volcano could soon erupt.
The remains of 44 victims of the Germanwings plane crash arrive in Duesseldorf, where they will be handed over to families for burial.
Mohed Altrad was born a poor Syrian Bedouin. His journey to scaffolding billionaire is an extraordinary tale of quiet perseverance.
The behaviour of Brits abroad, Chancellor George Osborne's budget surplus plans, and "chaos" in his pensions "revolution" compete to make front-page headlines.
The US police officer filmed pinning a black girl to the ground and pointing his gun at teenagers in Texas resigns, local media report.
Artist Carsten Holler's latest exhibition allows visitors to be part of the show, as Will Gompertz finds out.
The daughter of a woman murdered by an IRA unit allegedly including a key British double agent, says she blames both the IRA and the intelligence services for her mother's death.
How a tale of 'two drifters off to see the world' became a hit
The release of a man who has spent more than four decades in solitary confinement is delayed after a request by Louisiana's top lawyer.
England head coach Mark Sampson urges fans to "stick with us" after defeat by France in their Women's World Cup opener.
HSBC, Europe's biggest bank, is planning to cut 8,000 jobs in the UK as it tries to reduce costs.
Captain Eoin Morgan says England were "close to perfect" in their 210-run win over New Zealand at Edgbaston.
England's stunning win over New Zealand was the perfect response to put their World Cup nightmare behind them, says Jonathan Agnew.
Most of the abortion clinics in Texas will be closed, following a federal court ruling that requires clinics to operate more like hospitals.