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San Juan submarine: 'Explosion' dashes crew survival hopes
An "abnormal, singular, short, violent, non-nuclear event" was recorded, the Argentine navy said.
Inside Saudi Arabia's gilded prison at Riyadh Ritz-Carlton
The BBC's Lyse Doucet is the first journalist to visit the hotel where dozens of prominent Saudis are being held.
Australian paramedics fulfil dying woman's wish to go to the beach
Australian ambulance workers give a terminally ill patient one last trip - to go to the beach.
Zimbabwe after Mugabe: ?We need fairness not corruption?
These young Zimbabweans have lived all their lives with Robert Mugabe as leader.
Robinho: Brazil striker given prison sentence for 2013 rape
Brazilian footballer Robinho is sentenced to nine years in prison for raping a woman with four other men in a Milan nightclub in 2013.
Finland rolls out bread made from crushed crickets
Insect-eating is common in many parts of the world. In the West, it is perceived as a niche diet.
Yemen war: Aid agencies await Saudi clearance to reach rebel ports
There is no sign of aid flights or shipments reaching rebel areas despite a Saudi blockade easing.
India train travels 160km in 'wrong direction'
Passengers in India wake up in shock after realising the train was not following the specified route.
Bird seen becoming new species
A population of finches on the Galapagos is discovered in the process of becoming a new species.
Myanmar Rohingya crisis: Deal to allow return of Muslim refugees
Myanmar agrees to take back hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims who fled violence for Bangladesh.
France skin graft: Twin's skin saves man with 95% burns
It is the first time a twin donor has been used to repair such a large area of burns, say doctors.
Rwanda offers refuge to enslaved Libya migrants
Rwanda says it cannot stand by as Africa migrants are "auctioned off like cattle" in Libya.
World's only particle accelerator for art is back at the Louvre
The world's only particle accelerator used in the analysis of art has undergone major refurbishment.
Belgium waffle factory blaze sends pall of smoke over Brussels
No-one is reported injured but the mayor has urged residents to keep their windows closed.
Married for a price: India's abandoned 'holiday wives'
The story of a woman who was married off to a rich visitor for a few hundred dollars, aged 13.
Iraq's frontline bikers
These bikers travel across Iraq, flying the flag for tolerance and love of bikes.
Three cups of coffee a day 'may have health benefits'
But there is no reason to start drinking coffee for health reasons, the BMJ study found.
Africa's first roller skating world champion
Africa's first roller skating world champion says he wants to win 10 titles.
Nudist restaurant opens in Paris
Food for thought when "a clothed naturist is only thinking one thing: How quickly can I strip off?"
Sparklers and snow in Maine
Cig Harvey photographs the poetic everyday life of an American family.
Australian men forced on to car roof to escape crocodiles
The men were forced to the roof of their bogged vehicle to avoid rising tides and a crocodile.
What goes into a museum for the Bible?
A new museum in the US capitol focuses on the history of the Bible.
When I look into my son's eyes I see the man who raped me
Catherine became pregnant after being raped, but she decided to give birth to the child.
Analysis: Will South Africa's ANC learn from Mugabe's fall?
South Africa's governing African National Congress has lessons to learn from the fall of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe.
'Sexist' inclusive writing row riles France
The government steps into a growing row over gender equality in the French language.
The unknown Indian woman doctor on Google Doodle
One of British India's earliest practising doctors, who also got Queen Victoria to dissolve her marriage.
Rihanna backs a teen sex victim jailed for murder
Celebrities tweet #FreeCyntoiaBrown to support a former teen abuse victim jailed for murder at 16.
Philippine anti-drug agency chief vows 'rule of law'
Aaron Aquino says that since he took charge last month, only one suspect died in 1,341 operations.
Paloma Faith: 'I feel less fragile'
The star says she's "more resilient" since becoming a mum, and reveals how a banana inspired her new album.
The female tech bosses who want zebras not unicorns
A new movement calls for tech investors to back more start-ups led by women and people from ethnic minorities.
North Korean defector: What dramatic footage tells us
It seems extraordinary a defector could survive such an escape, but the footage provides rare insight.
Ashes: England sent message to themselves & Australia - Michael Vaughan
England showed on the opening day of the Ashes that they will not be intimidated by Australia, says former captain Michael Vaughan.
Pint-sized Ashes: All the best TMS moments from the opening day
Pint-sized Ashes relives the opening day of the first Test as England's James Vince makes 83 before Australia fight back in Brisbane.
England v Samoa: Dylan Hartley remains first choice, despite bench spot
Captain Dylan Hartley remains Eddie Jones' first-choice hooker, despite being left out of Saturday's match against Samoa.
FC Cologne 1-0 Arsenal
Arsenal reach the knockout stage of the Europa League as Group H winners despite losing away to Cologne.

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