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The mother who helped her son flee IS in Syria
Comments on David Cameron's plans to cap EU migration and government anti-poverty "failures" make the front pages.
A new law that would allow terminally-ill patients in England and Wales to be given untested medicines moves a step closer after receiving government backing.
Australia reverses a rule which would have restricted access to the parliament building in Canberra for women wearing full-face Islamic veils.
The anonymous suburban houses that spawned modern rock 'n' roll
In 1964, the "mode age" of death in England and Wales was zero.
What's life like for disabled graduates?
Scientists at MIT are working on trying to create "superhuman vision".
The Spanish nurse who became the first person to contract Ebola outside West Africa has now tested negative for the virus, the government says.
The WHO is expected to declare Nigeria free from Ebola on Monday with no reported cases of the virus for six weeks due to a rapid and thorough response from healthcare professionals.
The stand-off between protesters and police continues in Mong Kok, Hong Kong.
Pro-democracy activists criticise comments by Hong Kong leader CY Leung, who says "external forces" are involved in protests in the territory.
A key meeting of Chinese Communist Party leaders focusing on the rule of law and fighting corruption is due to begin in Beijing.
Dozens of firefighters battled a major fire at Didcot B Power Station, Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue has said.
BBC Inside Out examines whether health fears over plastic food packaging are justified and asks if BPA should be banned in the UK.
BBC Inside Out looks at the High Court ruling that doctors must ask patients or their relatives whether they want to be resuscitated.
Thousands of residents in the community of St George have signed a petition urging the creation of a new city separate to Baton Rouge. Are bad schools or race the motivation?
Controversial opera prompts protests in New York
Prison officer cuts have left the prison system in England and Wales "in crisis", says the Howard League for Penal Reform.
BBC Inside Out meets a young woman whose extremely rare illness - Kleine-Levin Syndrome - causes her to sleep for weeks on end.