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The myth that British teeth are bad
Stories of lives changed through brain injury
Later this week Google will handover control of its Play store's Android app ratings to a third-party.
Repercussions of the war in Iraq will be felt not just there but globally for many years to come, says Nick Bryant.
Ice skating in Havana's waterfront
Rare access - an Indian high court at work
How a US hiking tradition helped hide a fugitive
An EU referendum, tax cuts for low-earners and an extension of Right to Buy are to be promised in the first all-Conservative Queen's Speech since 1996.
Tourism operators in earthquake-hit Nepal seek guidance from international experts on which areas can be declared safe for trekking and mountaineering.
Tackling inequality is key to tackling crime, according to Scotland's most senior police officer.
MSPs are to vote on the Assisted Suicide Scotland bill following a debate in the Scottish Parliament.
The plan to send ice from the Alps to Antarctica
The SNP say the Queen's Speech will be a test of the UK government's "good faith" when it comes to devolving more power to Scotland.
A study tests the idea that large crowds can be counted using data from mobile phone usage and Twitter.
UK nations have some of the biggest skills gaps between young people who are not in education, employment or training and those in work, suggests a study.
The US Air Force clears billionaire Elon Musk's SpaceX to launch military and spy satellites.
Wednesday's newspapers look forward to what will be in the Queen's Speech, and there is annoyance in some quarters that the Human Rights Act repeal is not expected to feature.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is named the League Managers' Association manager of the year.
BBC News hears how an exhibition is highlighting Lebanon's ethnic diversity to address racism.
Will Turkey's infrastructure projects, such as this high-speed train, prove to be a vote-winner for the governing AK Party?