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A leading debt charity says the knock-on costs for the economy of people getting into too much debt amount to more than £8bn a year.
A British man jailed for "homosexual acts" in Morocco has said he was "overwhelmed" to be released.
A prominent WHO official warns more Ebola cases can be expected among medical staff in developed countries, as Spain monitors a case in Madrid.
A total lunar eclipse will be visible in much of the Americas and East Asia in the coming hours, the second total lunar eclipse of the year.
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The last eel catcher fishing the river in Rome
A "private" dinner between tech firms and government officials from across the EU is to take place on Wednesday.
A radio campaign in Burkina Faso aims to save lives
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Taking fights at short notice, making young prospects look good: How boxing journeymen make losing look like an art form.
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A Nepali man has ridden a bike backwards across three continents in the name of world peace.
Efforts to "rewild" parts of Scotland could involve the reintroduction of Eurasian lynx, according to some conservationists.
World Anti-Doping Agency may increase athletics drugs bans if research into steroids longevity proves correct.
Chile's supreme court halts work on a gold and copper mine owned by the Canadian conglomerate, Goldcorp, until indigenous communities are consulted.