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The number of migrants arriving on the Greek islands near Turkey has surged to about 7,000 daily, migration experts say.
Actor and model Elizabeth Hurley tells the Victoria Derbyshire programmed why she is campaigning for better awareness of what happens to women after a breast cancer diagnosis.
A coroner rules he "does not have sufficient cause" to open a full UK inquest into the death of Anni Dewani, who was killed while on honeymoon in South Africa.
BBC correspondent Stephen Evans is allowed rare access to North Korea's underground system in the capital Pyongyang.
UK construction output fell sharply in August but the UK's trade deficit narrowed, official figures show.
New Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp describes the Anfield job as "the biggest challenge" in world football.
Find out more about the after-effects of the Ebola virus and the risks of it returning in the 13,000 survivors of the most recent outbreak.
As the UK National Lottery shakes up its rules, BBC News explains the changes and how it affects players.
Travellers in China returning from a national holiday in rush hour create a huge traffic jam on the outskirts of Beijing.
A bamboozling question about a crocodile stalking its prey was one reason the pass mark for Higher maths had to be lowered, a report finds.
A new study warns that a third of all men currently under the age of 20 in China will die prematurely if they do not give up smoking.
For the first time VW UK will answer publicly for the emissions scandal next week – the US boss of the car maker has led the way.
Northern Ireland football fans have been celebrating in the streets of Belfast after the team qualified for its first major tournament in 30 years.
A video of a great-great grandmother dancing to rap music has gone viral after her grandson posted it online.
Nico Hulkenberg pips Nico Rosberg to the fastest time in a Russian Grand Prix first practice disrupted by diesel on the track.
India says it has complained to Saudi Arabia after an employer allegedly chopped off an Indian maid’s arm when she tried to escape.
The dismantled Dismaland theme park is on its way to a refugee camp in France after artist Banksy donated it to a group of Bristol volunteers.
Elephants have enhanced defences against cancer that can prevent tumours forming, say scientists.
Central banks in the UK and the US "need to be courageous" and raise rates, says former Bank of England policymaker Andrew Sentance.
Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill says qualifying for Euro 2016 shows his team's potential to achieve even more.