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Bangladesh has only a little more than 100 Royal Bengal tigers living in the Sunderbans forest, far fewer than previously thought, a new census shows.
The outlook for the eurozone has improved, says the IMF, but it adds that the region is still "vulnerable to shocks".
Tourists can see a vivid Roman dog mosaic at Pompeii again, despite Italy's conservation problems there.
Car manufacturer Daimler is hoping to test self-driving trucks on German roads as early as this year.
England batsman Ian Bell says he is a 'world-class cricketer' at his best and is hopeful of producing better in the third Ashes Test.
King Salman's visit to France - not your average holiday
The Jehovah's Witness church in Australia failed to report more than 1,000 alleged child sex abusers to the police, an inquiry into child abuse hears.
Ofcom backs a BBC Trust decision not to censure the BBC over the use of the word "pikey" in an edition of Top Gear.
The EU Commission takes France to the European Court of Justice over state aid which helped budget airlines Ryanair and Transavia.
Negotiators from Greece's creditors have begun arriving in Athens to start discussions on a third multi-billion euro bailout deal.
Groups travel to moss-carpeted sites to view the tiny plants.
Paris officials, investigating why a car was driven through the security barriers ahead of the Tour de France, say two people have handed themselves in.
A hunter allegedly paid a $54,000 (£35,000) bribe to wildlife guides to kill an "iconic" lion in Zimbabwe, a conservationist tells the BBC .
Farmers south of the Iraqi capital Baghdad are struggling to grow crops in a region that's been without water for over a year.
Kurdish forces in Syria accuse Turkey of repeatedly attacking their positions, but Ankara says the units are not targeted by its military.
French farmers stop lorries importing farm produce from Germany and Spain, in a border protest over alleged unfair price competition.
Why China has fallen for a baby radish monster
US President Barack Obama is holding a joint news conference with Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn as he continues his tour of East Africa.
Thirty-five of the women accusing Bill Cosby of rape or sexual assault are interviewed and photographed for the front cover of New York Magazine.
A key witness in an inquiry in London into the death of the former Russian agent Alexander Litvinenko tells the BBC he will not give evidence.