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- Ferguson protests spread across US
- A dozen US cities see new protests over the decision not to charge a white policeman who shot a black teenager in Missouri, with rioting in California.
- Cricketer Hughes 'remains critical'
- Australia batsman Phil Hughes remains in a critical condition after being struck on the head by a ball in a match.
- Climate fixes 'could harm billions'
- Schemes to tackle climate change could prove disastrous for billions of people, but might be required for the good of the planet, scientists say.
- Theft of shoes from WW2 death camp
- Thieves steal shoes belonging to Jewish Holocaust victims at a former concentration camp in Poland
- Juncker reveals giant EU investment
- European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is giving details of a €300bn (£238bn;$374bn) investment plan to kick-start Europe's economy.
- Dozens arrested in HK crackdown
- Scores of protesters including two prominent student leaders are arrested in Mong Kok during operations to dismantle protest camps.
- AC/DC drummer appears in court in NZ
- The Australian drummer of rock group AC/DC briefly appears in court in New Zealand, arriving late, to face a charge of threatening to kill.
- Messi breaks Champions League record
- Barcelona's Lionel Messi becomes the Champions League's all-time top scorer by scoring against Apoel Nicosia.
- Armed jewel robbers in Paris chase
- Two armed robbers who held up a jewellery shop and took a hostage hand themselves in to police following a chase across Paris.
- Hungary police 'blame rape victims'
- Police in Hungary are accused of blaming victims of sexual assault after releasing advice that warns young women of the risks of flirting.
- VIDEO: Where now for HK protesters?
- The removal of the Mong Kok activist camp by the authorities means protests in Hong Kong continue in just two sites.
- VIDEO: Mobile showers for the homeless
- A new initiative in San Francisco offers the city's homeless population mobile showers and toilets in a converted bus.
- VIDEO: How to hack a molecular microscope
- A PhD student from Brunel University London has saved himself £100,000 by 'hacking' his own kit.
- VIDEO: Angelina Jolie on directing Unbroken
- Oscar winning actress Angelina Jolie has attended the premiere in London of her new film, Unbroken.
- VIDEO: One-minute World News
- Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
- VIDEO: Extreme adventurers adopt plucky dog
- A team of Swedish extreme adventurers on a 10-day race through the Amazon rainforest have adopted a stray dog who started following them around after they fed him.
- VIDEO: Underwear protest by Mexican farmers
- Mexican farmers hold a protest wearing just underpants and a photograph to protest against alleged abuse of power.
- AUDIO: Songwriters' bad science lyrics
- Blue Peter Scientist Steve Mould is given the task of looking at some of the worst offenders.
- Gordon Corera: Social media - terrorism's front line
- Tackling the foe online is key for a modern counter-terrorist operation, says Gordon Corera, but there are concerns over free speech.
- How many more Fergusons are there?
- How many other towns and cities across America have exactly the same cocktail of problems that one spark could ignite, the BBC's Jon Sopel asks.
- PJ Crowley: What Hagel's exit means
- Obama's priorities as his defence secretary resigns
- Picture power: Pausing the moment
- Looking at the story behind an image by Carl Court of a student protest in London.
- Ferguson: The controversy explained
- The shooting of Michael Brown led to widespread unrest and an upsurge of anger against the police.
- How terror bill will expand powers
- This week's counter-terrorism bill will expand minister's powers - and face accusations of injustice, says Dominic Casciani.
- Museum fossils are new dino species
- A new species of horned dinosaur is identified from fossils held in a Canadian museum for 75 years.
- Watchmakers take aim at smart copies
- Leading watchmakers are fed up with websites offering their designs for smartwatch download and have begun a campaign to stop it, according to reports.
- US economy grows faster than forecast
- The US economy grew much faster in the third quarter than first reported, official figures have shown.
- A 'generation to change bank culture'
- A "toxic" and "aggressive" culture inside British banks will take a generation to change, according to a report from Cass Business School and New City Agenda.
- Facebook hosted Rigby murder chat
- Facebook hosted a conversation by one of Fusilier Lee Rigby's killers in which he said he wanted to kill a soldier, five months before the attack, the BBC learns.
- Twitter exec in direct message gaffe
- Top Twitter boss accidentally tweets a private message about acquiring a company.
- More Bill Cosby shows cancelled in US
- Two more Bill Cosby shows are axed as the veteran comedian continues to face allegations of sexual assault.
- International Emmys for UK shows
- British TV productions win three awards at the International Emmys in the US, including a best drama prize for axed Channel 4 series Utopia.
- Gravity map traces ocean circulation
- Scientists use gravity data to produce what they say is the most accurate space view yet of global ocean currents and the speed at which they move.
- Stone age axe found with wood handle
- Archaeologists in Denmark have uncovered an incredibly rare find: a stone age axe held within its wooden handle.
- Ebola 'stable' in Guinea - WHO
- The deadly Ebola outbreak is now "stable" in Guinea, the country where the latest crisis began, the World Health Organization says.
- Brain's dementia weak spot found
- The brain has a weak spot for Alzheimer's disease and schizophrenia, according to experts who have pinpointed the region using scans.
- Wednesday's gossip column
- Sneijder unsettled at Galatasaray, Cech set to wait for move, Herrera and Evans edge close to fitness, Hull keen on Lennon, plus more.
- Manchester City 3-2 Bayern Munich
- Sergio Aguero boosts Manchester City's Champions League hopes with two late goals to beat Bayern Munich 3-2.
- The mysterious disappearance of a celebrity preacher
- Aimee Semple McPherson was one of the most glamorous women in the US in the 1920s - but there is still one unexplained mystery in the evangelist's life.
- The battle for control of the cigarette packet
- As cigarette packet health warnings grow ever bigger and gorier, tobacco companies have been finding other ways to give their products a distinctive look and feel.
- Tourists flock to 'see democracy'
- Taiwan's local elections are a tourist attraction for Chinese visitors.
- Anger at 'no single women' signs
- Restaurants in conservative Arab kingdom worried about 'flirting'.
- Many dead in twin Nigeria blasts
- Two female suicide bombers blow themselves up at a crowded market in the northern Nigerian city of Maiduguri, killing 78 people, hospital staff say.
- Bangladesh 'Hajj critic' is arrested
- A senior Bangladeshi politician who criticised the annual Hajj pilgrimage made by Muslims to Mecca is arrested in Dhaka for insulting Islam.
- France puts Russian warship on hold
- France suspends "until further notice" the delivery of a helicopter carrier to the Russian navy because of continuing violence in eastern Ukraine.
- Colombia rebels release two soldiers
- Colombia's Farc rebels release two soldiers taken hostage earlier this month, a first step towards resuming peace talks.
- Raqqa air strikes 'kill dozens'
- At least 36 civilians have been killed in air strikes by Syrian government warplanes on the Islamic State-held northern city of Raqqa, activists say.
- Five children die in US house fire
- Five children have died after a fire destroyed a mobile home in a small town in southern Texas, local media report.
- Learning disability care 'failing'
- The government is failing those with learning disabilities by keeping them in hospitals far from home for too long, a report commissioned by NHS England says.
- Vodafone gave too much data to police
- Vodafone sent the phone data of more than 1,000 News UK workers to police after being asked for the details of just one journalist, the Met Police says.
- Blair charity award faces criticism
- A Save the Children decision to give former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair an award for his anti-poverty work is criticised by some charity workers.
- New anti-terror powers to be unveiled
- New measures to tackle terrorism are to be published by the home secretary, days after she said the UK faces a "greater" terror threat than ever before.
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- Six unexpected WW1 battlegrounds
- Six World War One battlegrounds in unexpected places
- The Taliban's psychiatrist
- How militants trusted this man with their deepest secrets
- Has the imagination disappeared from Lego?
- Do the sets designed by Lego discourage imagination?
- A new face for Africa's men
- BBC man embraces South Africa's male beauty revolution
- Child soldiers join fight in Ukraine
- Teenagers join fight on both sides in Ukraine's conflict
- The women finding freedom in South Caucasus nightclubs
- Caucasus women seek independence through clubbing
- Art and suffering unite in Geneva
- How celebrated artists bear witness to human suffering
- Will Opec cut oil production?
- Should Opec cut production to boost prices?
- Delhi media gossip sets Indian Twitter abuzz
- Twitter gossip tempts Delhi's chattering classes
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