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A digital mosaic of a British Army private killed during World War One has been created using more than 30,000 images.
If the Rosetta probe can get into just the right position around Comet 67P on Wednesday, it will eject the Philae lander on to a seven-hour descent to the surface of the 4km-wide icy object.
The global nuclear watchdog says Iran is still failing to answer questions about its nuclear programme just weeks before talks are due to end.
The Prince of Wales has starred in a spoof video that makes light of a 1977 interview in which the presenter's nerves got the better of him.
Medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres confirms a large reduction in the number of Ebola cases in Liberia but says the fight is far from over.
Buzz, Woody and the gang are returning to our screens for Toy Story 4, says Disney Pixar.
A porcupine can fight off a pride of lions, and other nuggets
A cancer patient has died after a final visit from her favourite horse outside the hospital where she was staying.
There is "a lot of buzz" about India among global investors, after the country had been "falling off the map", according to Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.
A judge in Rio de Janeiro rejects charges of drug trafficking against Brazilian footballer Adriano, saying there is not enough evidence.
The week in numbers with our Go Figure images.
Catalonia's dream of independence from Spain collides with some harsh realities on the streets of Santa Coloma, on the edge of Barcelona, Patrick Jackson reports.
Concentration, belief, confidence, fitness & instinct – England know they must summon all these and more to tame the world champions.
Mexico cancels a $3.75bn contract awarded this week to a Chinese-led consortium to build a high-speed passenger rail link.
Two men and a woman are to stand trial next year charged in connection with the murder of a man in County Down.
Best-selling trilogy and blockbuster film franchise The Hunger Games is set to be made into a stage show in 2016, it is announced.
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A cycling trio, the French X-files, and how to land on a comet.
Prince Charles has recorded a tribute to Molly Meldrum, responsible for one of the most disastrous interviews in Australian television history,
A fraudster, who pretended to be a quadriplegic and in a coma for two years to allegedly evade justice, is jailed for four and a half years for fraud and theft.