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How experts in Liberia track every new carrier
Statistician Hans Rosling and the World Health Organization's Margaret Lamunu take part in a debate on fighting Ebola in West Africa.
A court in Senegal sentences the son of former President Abdoulaye Wade to six years in prison for corruption.
Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana withdraws from the England squad to face Lithuania and Italy with a groin injury.
Two armed robbers dressed as women, one pushing the other in wheelchair, raid a village post office
About 98% of large UK firms lack insurance that could help them recover from a serious cyber-attack, says a UK government report.
Hundreds of Afghans protest against the public lynching at the weekend of a woman accused of burning the Koran.
Controversial Scottish comic Frankie Boyle is to make a special programme for the BBC iPlayer about this year's general election.
The chairman of Morrisons says the major supermarkets have lost their way on pricing - and that customers have voted with their feet.
The huge coal-fired power station at Longannet in Fife will close early next year, BBC Scotland learns.
Taunton street preacher, Michael Overd, is found guilty of delivering a homophobic sermon and ordered to pay compensation to his victim.
Archaeologists in Argentina are investigating whether ruined buildings in a remote nature reserve may have been built to hide Nazi officers.
A 47-year-old woman is shot in both legs after two men forced their way into her home on the outskirts of north Belfast.
Former Premier League footballer Clarke Carlisle pleads guilty at London's Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court to drink driving.
Ahead of Nigeria's presidential elections on 28 March, BBC Africa tells you what you need to know about Africa's biggest economy.
Grants worth £300,000 have prevented a large collection of works by cartoonist and illustrator William Heath Robinson being sold and potentially broken up.
Ed Miliband dismisses Alex Salmond's claims the SNP could influence a Labour Budget if his party holds the balance of power in the event of a Hung Parliament.
Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston is charged by the FA for comments made in a text message exchange with a supporter.
Newsround heard from more than 1,400 children across the UK about what they eat and how much they know about how it affects them
How to lose £1734.63 while backing the best jockey ever. Arguably.