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Egypt gives the go-ahead for the use of radar to test a theory that Queen Nefertiti's crypt may be hidden in King Tutankhamun's tomb, according to an official
Chelsea team doctor Eva Carneiro leaves the club - six weeks after she was criticised by manager Jose Mourinho.
Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in Seattle as he begins his first state visit to the US, with cyber security expected to be high on the agenda.
A Kim Little hat-trick earns Scotland women a comfortable 3-0 win in their opening Euro 2017 qualifier in Slovenia.
One-in-five young people has been cyberbullied with some being left feeling suicidal, according to a new report.
India's cabinet approves a $2.5bn (£1.7bn) deal to buy 37 military helicopters from the US aviation company Boeing.
Manager Matt Beard will leave Liverpool Ladies to take over as boss of American Women's Soccer League side Boston.
The National Front leader will stand trial on charges of inciting racial hatred for comparing Muslims praying to the Nazi occupation of France.
Chinese president Xi Jinping has gone on record saying that China does not engage in hacking for economic gain. Not everyone believes him.
EU ministers approve plans to relocate 120,000 migrants, with Hungary and Czech Republic among four countries voting against.
The senior Nato commander in Afghanistan denies reports that US troops were ordered to overlook the abuse of young boys by police and militias.
The women sharing their abortion stories by 'shouting' about it on Twitter
The VW emissions scandal has shocked Germany with fears that other industries and the trusted "Made in Germany" brand could be left tainted, says Damien McGuinness.
People in Burkina Faso tell the BBC they do not support the leader of the country's coup and do not want him in power.
South Africa's police are appealing for information after arresting a Danish man alleged to have had suspected genitals from 21 women in his freezer.
Speaking at his final mass in Cuba in the city of Santiago, Pope Francis calls for a "revolution of tenderness".
The Kosovan prime minister is forced to abandon an address to the country's parliament after opposition ministers throw eggs at him.