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Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson vows to continue his space tourism venture despite the SpaceShipTwo craft crashing in the US, killing a pilot.
An increasing number of health workers worry that they may face discrimination when they return home.
Tens of thousands of mourners are expected to attend the funeral of murdered South African football captain Senzo Meyiwa in Durban.
A woman is stabbed to death in east London before a man, who police say knew her, dies after being found lying in the street.
A split emerges within Burkina Faso's armed forces over who is leading the country following the resignation of President Blaise Campaore.
Bright students from state schools are at a risk of missing out on university because of their uncertain immigration status.
Results from a citizen science online experiment suggests that the Spice Girls' Wannabe is the UK's catchiest hit single.
A study by Cancer Research UK reveals black and South Asian ethnic groups in England are less aware of cancer symptoms than people with white backgrounds.
The Uruguayan government announces the start of registration for licensed cannabis growers as part of its plan to legalise the drug.
Militant group Boko Haram denies claims by Nigeria's government that it has agreed to a ceasefire and will release 219 abducted girls.
The BBC's Lucas de Jong found one place in Singapore where interior designer Terry Goh has spent seven years making Hello Kitty the centre of attention.
The Foreign Office warns British travellers they could be targeted by terrorists seeking revenge for UK air strikes against Islamic State militants.
Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, the Briton who in the 1960s became the first person to sail round the world on his own without stopping, is about to return to ocean racing at the age of 75.
In the age of "binge-watching" programmes, a US podcast series is gripping audiences around the world who are hooked on its weekly instalments.
The use of police cautions - where those who commit minor offences are given a formal warning - is set to be scrapped in England and Wales.
The conservation charity WWF Scotland cautions against moves to scrap Air Passenger Duty for departures from Scotland.
Relatives of those killed in Britain's first naval defeat of World War One pay tribute in Chile
The blind maestro leading an all-blind orchestra
Movember turns its attention to men's mental health
From zebra crossings to bus stations: England's surprising listed buildings