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Can Iran control its cohabiting couples?
Why millions of Muslims are looking for love online
Why did Charles Dickens have a personal postbox?
And other strange adverts from World War One
Aaron Ramsey on THAT amazing goal which made him the "best thing to come from Wales since Catherine Zeta-Jones".
The US Senate's report into the torture of al-Qaeda suspects by the CIA dominates Wednesday's press, with some papers saying the nation has been "shamed".
The handwritten order for the Glencoe massacre goes on display at a National Library of Scotland exhibition in Edinburgh.
Thirty years ago the film Another Country, loosely based on the life of the gay Cambridge spy, Guy Burgess, launched the career of Rupert Everett.
The last days of Janis Joplin - as told by her road manager
A Senate report accuses the CIA of employing 'brutal' interrogation tactics in response to the 9/11 attacks. The BBC looks at the key numbers in the report.
Scottish health boards are chasing overseas patients for £1.8m in unpaid hospital bills, according to data obtained by BBC Scotland.
Severe gales and flooding are expected to cause disruption as a so called "weather bomb" batters Scotland.
Poor families in the UK will need more help to pay for heating their homes as energy bills rise, government advisors have warned.
Chief inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw will say that secondary schools are not making enough progress, in the education watchdog's annual report.
The life and death of zoologist Dian Fossey
How one man was inspired to design and produce economy class plane seats that free up more legroom.
Cyclist Sir Chris Hoy will be given the lifetime achievement honour at Sunday's BBC Sports Personality awards.
More than 140 families voice fresh concerns about how the NHS ombudsman in England handles patients' complaints, week after a report raised the alarm.
Is the oil industry at a turning point?
A third of NHS contracts in England have been awarded to private sector providers since the Health and Social Care Act came into force, an investigation has found.