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China, the world's second-largest economy, has set its growth target at about 7% for this year, the government said.
Are viral internet parodies of militants a cause for concern?
Why are there so few disabled models on the catwalk?
The crash that has forced Fernando Alonso to miss the season-opening Australian Grand Prix has still not been fully explained.
Billions of people have untreated tooth decay across the globe, an international study has found.
Plumbers and heating engineers should join with GPs and care staff in tackling problems caused by cold homes, health experts say.
Head teachers warn the overhaul of the exam system is likely to cause significant problems for schools.
The Congressional committee investigating the 2012 US Benghazi embassy attack subpoenas former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton's emails.
Why Russian imperialism is good - according to a viral video
Pundits call for Manchester United's Jonny Evans and Newcastle's Papiss Cisse to face bans if found to have spat at each other.
A combined heat and power biomass plant on the site of a Fife-based paper maker is to be opened by the energy minister later.
When the state dictated the look of dresses
What lies behind Nobel Peace chairman's demotion?
Thursday's front pages focus on Downing Street's latest offer on election TV debates, and the charging of a man with the murder of teenager Becky Watts.
At election time we use the word "hustings". Where did it come from?
How Iran's revolution let a feminist genie out of its bottle
The Large Hadron Collider is gearing up for its revamped second run, and its physicists want this next round of collisions to shake their discipline to its core.
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini says Vincent Kompany was dropped for the win over Leicester to freshen up the side.
Eddie Jordan explains his absence from the BBC F1 launch from the top of a mountain, and looks ahead to how the new season may shape up.
The House of Lords EU Committee calls for a drone register to be set up which owners of unmanned aircraft would have to join.