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Paying for the air you breathe in Venezuela
Richard Linklater captures the pain and joy of growing up
At what age do footballers reach their peak?
Taxpayers may have lost out on around £1bn in undervalued Royal Mail shares and assets, a committee of MPs has said.
The Indian workers mutilated for refusing to be slaves
Ivory Coast stallholders go digital but need more tech to flourish
Can Matteo Achilli follow in Facebook's footsteps?
Brazil star Neymar breaks down in tears and claims the challenge that ended his World Cup could have left him paralysed.
The Church of England says it no longer has any investment in payday lender Wonga.
The European Commission is taking the UK to court in a long-running row over its policy of allowing leisure boats to use lower-taxed red diesel.
US Secretary of State John Kerry arrives in Afghanistan to help resolve tensions over the country's hotly disputed presidential elections.
Firefighters are called to a large fire to the west of Glasgow, which is thought to have broken out close to a bus depot.
Pakistan's military says its anti-militant offensive in a north-western tribal area has now taken control of 80% of the strategic town of Miranshah.
The Dorchester Hotel is raided by a gang on mopeds in the second smash and grab in a month.
Police officers who fatally shot an unarmed woman after she led them on a car chase through Washington DC will not face criminal charges.
Ray Whelan, head of Fifa partner Match Hospitality, has fled to escape arrest in Brazil over alleged illegal ticket sales, Rio police say.
A 4,000-year-old Egyptian statue is sold for nearly £16m at Christie's of London, amid calls from the country's ambassador for it to be handed back to Egypt.
The F-35 combat jet, due to be used on Britain's new aircraft carriers, will not appear at the Royal International Air Tattoo on Friday.
A child born in the US with HIV and believed cured after very early treatment has now been found to still harbour the virus, doctors say.
Why many Brazilians will be backing Germany on Sunday