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The BBC looks back at events leading up to tumultuous events in Burundi amid claims that the president has been overthrown.
Actor Johnny Depp has been told he has until Saturday to remove his dogs from Australia or they will be put down.
A speeding driver has to pay £11,000 for challenging his ticket after a prosecution expert hired an airfield and a sports car to prove him wrong.
The Beatles album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Clubs Band is set to be widely studied in a new music GCSE.
Readers' photographs on the theme of abstract shapes.
Greece rules out taking legal action against the UK to reclaim the Elgin Marbles from the British Museum after decades of dispute.
Chris Ramsey says he will discover "within a week" whether he will continue as manager of relegated QPR.
The family of a man who died in police custody in Fife say they are seeking the truth about what happened to him.
The Football Association has published its first ever plan on how to tackle the lack of British Asians in football.
Hundreds of Myanmar migrants stranded on a boat for a week in the Andaman Sea with no food or water are so desperate they are drinking their own urine.
How World War Two soldiers contacted their loved ones from afar.
Families of sailors killed in a shipwreck off Cornwall express outrage after a French court dismissed their last-ditch bid to find out what happened.
As Israel swears in a new right-wing, coalition government, BBC Middle East Correspondent Yolande Knell looks at the stagnation in Palestinian politics and discontent with President Mahmoud Abbas.
Jac Holmes, a former IT worker from Bournemouth, tells BBC South he was shot while fighting Islamic State fighters in Syria.