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Rory Cellan-Jones visits a building where microchipped workers gain entry and use photocopiers by holding up their hands - and trials the tech himself.
Police in Ivory Coast set up a special unit to investigate a series of suspected ritual killings of children and to patrol areas near schools.
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A row has broken out about the system for giving NHS hospitals in England their income.
Crossrail workers have made their latest breakthrough by tunnelling under the City of London.
An office block in Sweden is offering workers the chance to have a microchip implanted to allow them to access to various services - Rory Cellan-Jones tries it out.
As Italy's parliament votes for a new president, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi proposes a constitutional court judge to replace Giorgio Napolitano.
Actress Lucy Fallon is to take over the role of Bethany Platt, after another actress was dropped from the same role over an age discrepancy.
Andy Murray admits he and his entourage were pushed to the limit in his Australian Open semi-final win over Tomas Berdych.
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The first woman to become a Royal Navy Lynx helicopter pilot is awarded her wings by Prince Andrew, in his first public appearance in the UK since allegations arose about his private life.
Pay-TV firm Sky is launching a mobile phone service next year as the battle for a slice of the UK's telecoms market intensifies.
Chad's army has driven Boko Haram militants out of Malumfatori town in north-eastern Nigeria, a senior official from Niger tells the BBC.
Global reaction to his BBC interview suggests Lance Armstrong is still in detention, but the path to redemption could be closer to home.
Congestion in US ports means the Pacific island territory of American Samoa is running out of basic supplies.
Labour leader Ed Miliband says he is concentrating on winning a majority at the general election and not focusing on doing a deal with the SNP.
Guinea reach the Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals at the expense of Mali after the drawing of lots.
As Human Rights Watch describes a litany of rights abuses in its latest annual report, BBC News asks if the world really is becoming a nastier place.
Malaysia officially declares the disappearance of MH370 over the Indian Ocean in March 2014 an accident, and says all 239 people on board are presumed dead.
Police Scotland is criticised for the way it brought in its controversial policy allowing some armed officers to carry out routine duties.