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A Kenyan farmer says one of his cows has developed a taste for meat and eaten two sheep.
Attackers can take copies of fingerprints used to unlock the Samsung S5 phone, claim security researchers.
As Nasa prepares to unveil a new image to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope, the BBC's Jane McCubbin reports on how it has enhanced our appreciation of the universe.
President Faure Gnassingbe of Togo seeks to prolong his family's 48-year rule in elections on Saturday.
The number of murders and manslaughter cases in England and Wales has fallen to its lowest level for 38 years, police figures suggest.
The funeral is held in India of a farmer who hanged himself in front of thousands at a political rally in Delhi.
Bees prefer food containing neonicotinoid pesticides, according to research.
Red alert as Calbuco volcano erupts in Chile
Two food outlets in the Indian city of Mumbai have gone to court in a battle for the right to use the acronym BBC.
Yemeni people in the capital of Sanaa explain how the ongoing conflict is destroying their city and affecting their daily lives.
UK government borrowing was £7.4bn in March, figures show, taking the total for the financial year to £87.3bn - below the forecast made in the Budget
A helicopter carrying water is used to tackle a large mountain fire near homes in south Wales.
French police have foiled five recent terror plots, Prime Minister Manuel Valls says, amid tightened security in the wake of attacks in January.
A newborn baby, who lived for less than two hours, became the UK's youngest ever organ donor a year ago, it has been revealed.
An Indian jewellery advertisement with Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is withdrawn after criticism that it is racist and promotes child slavery.
China fines Daimler's Mercedes-Benz 350m yuan ($56.5m; £37.6m) for price-fixing as part of a broader clampdown on anti-monopolistic practices.
Images of 18 key Hillsborough witnesses, who investigators say could provide new evidence for the inquests into the tragedy, are released.
Paris Correspondent, Lucy Williamson has been to hear Mohammed's story, a 35 year old from Sudan.
More border police are needed to tackle "highly sophisticated" trafficking gangs which are profiting from human suffering, the Centre for Social Justice says.
Friday will mark 100 years since one of the darkest periods of the 20th Century, when thousands of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire were killed.