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The BBC's Jonah Fisher reports from an enclave in Myanmar, where the Muslim Rohingya minority live surrounded by Buddhists.
Protesters have been taking to the streets in Hong Kong to demand an investigation into a stabbing attack on veteran journalist Kevin Lau.
Venezuela's President, Nicolas Maduro, has broken diplomatic relations and frozen economic ties with Panama.
An Australian missionary deported from North Korea, John Short, describes his experiences in detention.
Two US men are convicted of stealing trade secrets from US company DuPont and selling them to a Chinese state-owned company.
Mysterious lightning flashes that appear to predict earthquakes could be sparked by movements in the ground below, scientists say.
The High Court will rule later on a widow's bid to prevent her dead husband's sperm from being destroyed.
Australia reports better-than-expected trade and retail sales data for January, sending its dollar to a one-week high.
A "catastrophic" situation is developing in England with many vulnerable elderly people being denied care, campaigners say.
Doctors have upgraded the immune system of 12 patients with HIV to help shield it from the virus's onslaught.
EU leaders will hold an emergency summit to decide how strongly to respond to Russia's troop deployment in Ukraine's Crimea region.
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Photos of vehicles remodelled to look like crocodiles
Plans to limit police stop and search powers in England and Wales have been held up by "regressive" attitudes in Downing Street, Newsnight is told.
What's it like being a Tamil in modern-day Myanmar?
The curious Britishness of four South Atlantic islands
How to shift a town of 20,000 down the road
Costa Rica presidential candidate Johnny Araya, from the governing party, says he is abandoning his campaign for April's run-off election.
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro breaks diplomatic relations with Panama over its request for the OAS to discuss the crisis in Venezuela.