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A poet tries to understand how Mexican students disappeared
England and Wales meet in a crucial World Cup match on Saturday with both knowing defeat will threaten their World Cup progress.
Two new therapies for hard to treat advanced kidney cancer could change treatment of the disease, say experts at the European Cancer Congress.
Prime Minister David Cameron should urge Saudi Arabia to commute the sentence of a protestor sentenced to death, Jeremy Corbyn says.
Comic Simon Brodkin says he is waiting to hear if he will face charges over his prank with Fifa president Sepp Blatter.
The BBC's Barbara Plett sets out three things we learned about the US-China relationship after a press conference by President Obama and his counterpart Xi Jinping.
Thai police say a man they arrested over a deadly bombing at Bangkok's Erawan shrine is indeed the bomber, contradicting earlier statements.
Evangelical Republicans cheer the news of John Boehner's resignation. Is this trouble for presidential candidates from the party establishment?
A unit of guards that carried out a week-long coup in Burkina Faso are to be disbanded, the reinstalled interim cabinet announces.
The Lebanese Shia militia Hezbollah confirms a six-month truce in fighting against anti-government rebels in two areas of Syria.