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Bolivia has passed a new law, lowering the age of child workers to 12, and in some cases, to 10 years old.
Confrontation with the US would be a "disaster", Chinese President Xi Jinping says, opening an annual dialogue between the two countries.
No attempt to justify Brazil's crushing World Cup defeat
Steve Rosenberg reports from the cellar of the security service building in the city of Slovyansk, the city recently retaken by the Ukrainian army.
Computer graphics are used to show how one of the first land predators on Earth would have moved 410 million years ago.
Rebels control a disused factory with deadly nerve agents, Iraq's government confirms, warning it cannot fulfil commitments to destroy the weapons.
England is still not doing enough to tackle the risks from climate change, government advisers say.
Police in India are to exhume the bodies of two teenage cousins who were gang-raped and murdered in May for a fresh autopsy, media reports say.
All passengers flying into or out of the UK are advised to make sure electronic devices carried as hand luggage are charged before they travel.
Shiny butterfly wings yield tech surprises
Who's in the running as world's third largest democracy votes?
Customers in Washington have been lining up for the first day of legal marijuana sales.
The unusual past of a feared Isis commander
What's it like to travel on public transport with a disability?
All state schools, including academies and free schools, should be overseen by the same local bodies in England, urges the Local Government Association.
How I tried to help student killer find a girlfriend
Brazil "cracked up" during Tuesday's stunning 7-1 World Cup semi-final defeat, according to Germany coach Joachim Low.
The BBC's David Willey says the president and four non-executive members of the governing board of the Vatican bank will step down on Wednesday.
Researchers say TB rates in children may be 25% higher than current estimates by the World Health Organization.