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Somalia's Islamist al-Shabab militants are recruiting heavily in north-eastern Kenya, according to evidence gathered by the BBC.
Japan says it is scrambling fighters at almost Cold War levels in response to foreign aircraft - mainly Russian and Chinese - approaching its airspace.
A book by Charb, the editor of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo who was killed by Muslim militants in January, is being published posthumously.
South Korea is marking the first anniversary of the Sewol ferry disaster, which left more than 300 people - mostly teenagers - dead.
Police investigating the disappearance of Irish student, Karen Buckley, say they have found human remains at a farm in north Glasgow.
People who have difficulty breathing while asleep are more likely to develop memory problems early on, a study in the journal Neurology suggests.
The treasurer of Brazil's governing Workers Party, Joao Vaccari, is arrested in connection with a massive corruption scandal at oil giant Petrobras.
More than half a million families are discovering which primary schools their children will attend, amid a growing places squeeze in parts of England.
Primary school-aged children in the UK need more education on how to avoid sexual abuse, according to a leading researcher.
Is the UK still a significant power on the world stage, or a fading bit-part player, asks Jawad Iqbal.
Politics everywhere is a rough game, but insulting the president in Turkey can come with a heavy price.
Jeroen Akkermans, correspondent with Dutch RTL News, explains why he removed evidence from the MH17 crash scene in eastern Ukraine to help the investigation.
Tunnels below a former cigarette factory, partly demolished after a fire, will be searched for the body of a murdered man.
YouTuber Chumel Torres and his satirical take on Mexico
A fearless Russian drama company, Teatr Doc, has risen from the dead after being evicted from its premises in Moscow. How much can it get away with?
Barcelona striker Luis Suarez says he had no option but to nutmeg David Luiz twice in the 3-1 win over Paris St-Germain.
The South Korean families still demanding answers
Working for Man Utd's secretive owners
Why sales of women's sportswear are rising
The leaders of five of Westminster's opposition parties will appear in a live televised general election debate later.