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How a curious experiment took place on a giant airship
Nowhere in the world does it cost as much to go to university as it does in the US. The BBC's Katty Kay asks if an American degree is worth it.
Iron Curtain history in Soviet and East European shop windows
Will clubs pay for fans to attend games? Will the price of TV subscriptions go up? BBC Sport answers the key questions.
Leicester boss Nigel Pearson says he has a "very good" relationship with the club owners, who do not want to sack him.
The industrial disaster which devastated a Japanese town
Life as a paramedic in war-torn Donetsk
The town destroyed to stop black and white people mixing
The animal whose semen is worth $3,000 a shot
Seven senior councillors in Aberdeen are to face a Standards Commission investigation into a letter sent to residents ahead of the referendum.
Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will attack the UK government's economic policy during a speech in London later.
The Premier League must put more of the record £5.14bn TV deal back into grassroots football, say leading politicians.
Some papers examine political parties' fundraising difficulties ahead of the general election, while others report no such problem for English football's Premier League.
The host of Comedy Central's The Daily Show, Jon Stewart, will step down later this year, the president of the network has confirmed.
The complete striker? The future of the England team? Why the Spurs striker has made an irresistible claim for an England call.
The UK government is set to consider the legislative changes necessary to make driverless cars a reality on the streets of Britain.
Do interpreting apps actually work?
Universities test possibility of going back in time
Driverless cars could soon be a permanent feature of British roads.
Counter-terrorism police in the Australian city of Sydney arrest two men who were allegedly planning a terrorist attack.