BBC Ireland Correspondent Chris Bucker looks at how funding is turning an area known by some as "bandit country" into an area of beauty in south Armagh.
David Loyn looks at how votes are being checked in the wake of Afghanistan's disputed presidential election.
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Russia's decision to send more than 100 aid lorries into war-torn eastern Ukraine without permission is condemned by the West.
The National Guard withdraws from Ferguson, Missouri, where the shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white policeman sparked days of protests.
How West Indians brought the Caribbean to Leeds
Author Jeremy Clay tells the story of a monkey that went on a drunken rampage.
A quiz on British history you can do in the car
The conflict reporting of James Foley
Attempts to cut the amount people smoke are being hit by a black market trade in millions of illegal cigarettes, council bosses warn.
The man who exposes the technology industry's secrets
How a dog on the tracks sparked a Hong Kong protest
Paris remembers 1944 but memories fade for the fallen
A study finds a "considerable richness" of bee species in urban habitats, suggesting cities could help maintain healthy populations of the vital pollinators.
Rail travellers are warned of long delays as £45m of work to redouble the line between Swindon and Kemble is completed.
BT warns millions of customers it is increasing prices by up to 6.5% from December this year.
Blackpool fans pay tribute to the first person to be murdered inside an English football ground, 40 years after his death.
Why Pakistani political hopefuls have to have their own shipping containers - often customised at some expense.
Competitors from 30 different countries take part in the World Street Championships in Glasgow this weekend.
A Chinese fighter came perilously close to a US military patrol plane over international waters east of China's Hainan Island, the Pentagon says.