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James Reynolds reports from Macedonia's southern border where hundreds of migrants are gathered hoping to cross
Thailand trebles the award on offer for information leading to the arrest of the main suspect in a bomb attack that killed 20 people at a shrine on Monday.
Young American Instagrams his travels around North Korea
Stock markets around the world continue to fall as poor manufacturing figures in China exacerbate global economic fears.
The appearance of the five grey wolf pups and two adults could signal a return of the animals, which haven't been found in the state since 1924.
A book which teaches children how to recognise and reject sexual abuse is launched in Uganda's capital, Kampala.
Briton Chris Froome begins his campaign to become the third rider to win the Vuelta and Tour de France in the same year.
A message in a bottle that washed up more than 108 years after it was thrown into the sea may be the world's oldest, a marine association says.
Which distinguished writer did MI5 suspect of running a brothel?
A French MP is campaigning to introduce vegetarian school meals to help pupils whose religions prevent them eating pork.
Two men who were found guilty of attacking the former editor of a Hong Kong newspaper in February 2014 are sentenced to 19 years in jail.
George Clooney is given permission to install 18 CCTV cameras in the grounds of his manor house, despite initial objections from neighbours.
The motorbike taxi driver who police believe gave a lift to the main suspect in the Bangkok bombing speaks to the BBC's Jonathan Head.
Thousands of people struggle to buy tickets online for a Banksy show in Weston-super-Mare - as hundreds queue to get in to a "locals only" day.
A nine-year-old boy from Fife is the youngest person in the world to be fitted with a bionic hand.
Germany's interior minister says he cannot rule out suspending the Schengen Agreement allowing passport-free travel between most European states.
Manager Jose Mourinho says Chelsea did not intend to "beat" Manchester United to the signing of £21m Pedro.
Congolese militia leader Thomas Lubanga wants to be released from prison early to study the causes of ethnic conflict, he tells the International Criminal Court (ICC).
New site Eter9 promises digital immortality using a kind of artificial intelligence to scan your posts.