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Will Grant spent time at a jungle camp of Colombia's rebel Farc guerrilla movement as a peace deal with the government moves ever closer.
The new series of Top Gear may not have had the strongest on-the-night viewing figures, but in the rapidly-changing television landscape of catch-up TV, does that matter?
Flanker Teimana Harrison replaces the injured James Haskell for England in Saturday's third Test against Australia in Sydney.
Robbie Williams may rejoin Take That for a 25th anniversary album and tour, the band's members reveal.
Tesco says it is "encouraged" by its progress in a challenging market as it reports a second consecutive quarter of higher sales.
Catch up with all the goals, match highlights, fun moments and more from day 13 of the 2016 Uefa European Championship in France.
Nicola Thorp describes her fight to try change the law on wearing high heels
The zero-fuel aeroplane, Solar Impulse, lands in the southern Spanish city of Seville to complete its historic Atlantic crossing.
The Orbit sculpture was built for the London 2012 Olympics, but now it's been transformed into something new - a gigantic slide! Newsround's Ayshah has a sneak peek...
Love letters written in the trenches of World War One lay undiscovered for 100 years but have recently returned to the homeland of the man who penned them.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un says the latest test of a mid-range missile shows his country has "the sure capability to attack US interests".
The BBC has obtained exclusive material from activists from the divided northern Syrian city of Aleppo.
Footage is passed to the BBC which appears to show fox cubs being put into the kennels of hunting hounds allegedly to train the dogs to kill.
The EU referendum is covered on most front pages. However, the BBC is reporting only factual accounts of the vote throughout polling day.
Democrats in the US Congress are staging a protest in the House of Representatives.
How Manchester Town Hall is staging the official announcement of the EU referendum result.
A majority of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community feel the need to lie about their gender or sexual identity, a survey suggests.
Indian-administered Kashmir used to be a hub for factories making guns for civilians, but the industry has been declining in recent years, writes the BBC's Geeta Pandey in Srinagar.
How an anti-submarine defence became "Britain's oddest lighthouse".
An Italian supermarket causes a social media storm in China by urging customers not to knock watermelons to test their ripeness.