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One of Sierra Leone's top doctors, Victor Willoughby, died from Ebola hours after the arrival of experimental drug ZMab, medical officials say.
Shares in Blackberry drop nearly 6% as the troubled smartphone maker reports a larger-than-expected drop in revenue during the third quarter.
The BBC profiles victims of the Taliban school massacre
Family photo reveals 2014's hot gadget already in use in 1920s
The chief executive of Renault Nissan says manufacturers in Russia are facing a "bloodbath" because of the plunge in the value of the rouble.
A court releases a top newspaper editor but says four others must stay in custody as part of a crackdown on support for cleric Fethullah Gulen.
Apple has said it is "deeply offended" by a BBC investigation into conditions for workers involved in manufacturing its devices.
Former Liverpool player Kenny Dalglish has been describing the "mayhem" at Hillsborough during the disaster.
A stem cell therapy has been approved for widespread medical use in the EU for the first time.
Nigeria's central bank brings in further measures to support its currency, the naira, which fell to record lows this week.
The BBC explains the significance of Mount Sinjar in northern Iraq, where Kurdish Peshmerga forces say they have broken the hold of Islamic State.
Russia has warned that a new US law authorising fresh sanctions against Moscow could damage relations between the two countries "for a long time".
The US software giant takes legal action against firms it alleges have been offering bogus tech support in its name to unwitting consumers.
A Japanese stem cell scientist at the heart of a scandal over false claims and fabricated research has resigned.
A selection of news photos from around the world
Exclusive: Inside Iraq air base as Islamic State closes in
The parents of Levi-Blu Cassin are cleared of his murder at Birmingham Crown Court - but convicted of causing or allowing his death.
Fifa votes unanimously for the full publication of Michael Garcia's report into World Cup corruption, according to sources.
Photo-sharing app Instagram has removed millions of accounts believed to be posting spam, angering many legitimate users.
The families of the victims of a fatal car crash at this year's South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Texas are suing its organisers.