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Relatives of some of the missing passengers and crew of flight MH370 criticise China's Communist Party over its treatment of the plane's disappearance.
New Zealand make it five World Cup wins from five as a six-wicket win eliminates Afghanistan from quarter-final contention.
Banning radical Islamists from working unsupervised with children could be one measure included in a new government anti-extremism strategy, reports say.
Family members of the missing cabin crew of the Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 hold a remembrance event one year after its disappearance.
Malaysia marks the first anniversary of the disappearance of flight MH370, as investigators prepare to release an interim report.
A dog has been used to sniff out thyroid cancer in people who had not yet been diagnosed, US researchers report.
Mohammed Emwazi, the man who went on to become "Jihadi John", was deported from Tanzania for being drunk and abusive, a police officer says.
Sudhiti Naskar is a writer who ensconced herself in Murshidabad, a rural community in West Bengal. She investigates why women here do not report rape.
Refugee pressures make German politicians rethink the country's liberal policy on immigration, the BBC's Jenny Hill reports.
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The artist who makes portraits with snowshoes
The strange effects of cancer on appetite
Being hated is part of being Jewish, argues Michael Goldfarb
Pitch invasion marrs Aston Villa's win over West Brom
France refuses to be taught a lesson on smacking
A "culture of excess" in alcohol and junk food advertising is harming Scotland's health, doctors warn.
Islamic State fighter Mohammed Emwazi was deported from Tanzania in 2009 for being drunk and abusive, rather than for terrorism-related reasons, the BBC is told.
Women represent just 28% of candidates standing for Scotland's five main political parties at the UK general election on 7 May, BBC research finds.
South Africa has produced its first dance movie called Hear Me Move and it's making audiences re-think the South Africa they know.
Police are called to Westminster after a man is spotted on the roof of the Houses of Parliament.