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David Cameron is to attempt to persuade Conservative MPs to back a package of reforms he hopes will keep Britain in the European Union.
Argentina agrees for the first time to pay investors who have been holding out for full repayment of bonds which were defaulted on in 2002.
Against a growing physical threat, Marseille Jews feel the need to assert their identity - though maybe not in public, says Hugh Schofield.
Prosecutors in Brazil recommend that soccer star Neymar be charged over four counts of fraud in relation to a tax case before his move to Barcelona.
With the number of new cancer cases set to hit 24m by 2035, do we need to rethink our approach?
The visual effects supervisor behind The Walk talks about using the cloud to bring the film to life
Displaced Syrians face shifting frontlines and economic hardship
Remembering the golden days of Kathakali
President Obama may still be championing American exceptionalism - but to the rest of the world, the phrase has negative connotations.
Australia's High Court throws out a challenge to the government's detention centre for asylum seekers on Nauru.
Artificial intelligence firm SwiftKey is to be acquired by Microsoft, according to reports.
Denmark’s jokey plea for the world to forgive it.
Surprise success of Iceland's sheep-rearing film Rams
The grid system for London that never happened
How Israel gives migrants $3,500 and turns them away
Tourist industry jitters over Zika virus
My search for the man with Gaddafi's priceless pistol
The winners of an international photo contest from Online photography community Photocrowd.com in partnership with the British Society of Gerontology
Astronomers capture images of two vast, bright jets of material, fired into space in opposite directions by a distant black hole.
Aerial footage captures the scale of the crowds at China's Guangzhou train station, where tens of thousands of people were delayed by heavy snow.