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Tulip Mazumdar visits a camel market in Saudi Arabia to see how people feel about Middle East Respiratory Virus being linked to the animals.
An inquest into the deaths of six Britons and a UK-based Colombian killed when militants seized an Algerian gas plant last year is set to begin.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is spending a week governing the country from a remote indigenous community in the Northern Territory.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is due to meet foreign ministers from around the world in Paris to discuss how to defeat Islamic State militants.
First Minister Alex Salmond and Prime Minister David Cameron are hitting the Scottish campaign trail ahead of Thursday's independence vote.
Dutch brewing giant Heineken has rejected a takeover offer from SABMiller saying the proposal is "non-actionable".
The reinvention of ex-Catatonia singer Cerys Matthews
Why are people not going on as many trips?
The 250,000 Belgians who didn't leave a trace
Hit Turkish YouTube comedy made by locals against slum demolition
Life in a razed Gaza neighbourhood
Plans for what could be the highest wind turbines in England and Wales are submitted in Teesside.
The Queen tells competitors in the inaugural Invictus Games she has been "deeply moved by your courage, determination and talent".
Restoring dignity to former prisoners of Iraq's Abu Ghraib
Thousands of inmates are sexually abused in prisons in England and Wales each year, according to research for the Howard League for Penal Reform.
Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy misses out on the £6m FedEx Cup prize as Billy Horschel wins the Tour Championship and overall title.
Glenn Campbell on the referendum and Scotland's EU membership
There was a record fall in the number of people available to fill permanent job vacancies in Scotland last month, a survey suggests.
Director Vishal Bhardwaj's new film Haider gives William Shakespeare's Hamlet a Bollywood twist.
Switching from driving a car to walking or cycling to work improves the wellbeing of commuters, a study suggests.