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Norway seeks to diversify its economy as oil earnings plunge
The refugee crisis means that schools have to take in many new pupils. But they might prove to be the highest achievers
A new taskforce, consisting of police, banks and government officials, is being set up by Home Secretary Theresa May to combat fraud across the UK.
In 2002, Judit Polgar became the first woman to beat then world champion Garry Kasparov.
What can we learn from Iceland, where the economy is bouncing back after the financial crisis?
Hedge funds are increasingly turning to artificial intelligence in order to spot trends to try to make money for their customers
A house which helped to inspire the Peter Pan story secures the £5.3m needed to allow its conversion to a national centre for children's literature.
Three Malian soldiers were killed when their vehicle hit a landmine in the central region of Mopti, officials say.
The last artisan at Singapore's strangest theme park
Australia's prime minister admits government's efforts to improve the lives of indigenous Australians are not on track in key areas.
Angelo Ogbonna's extra-time header puts West Ham into the FA Cup last-16 with a dramatic fourth-round replay win against Liverpool.
Any agreement on changes to the UK's membership of the EU would be "legally binding", papers released ahead of next week's crunch summit of European leaders indicate.
Watch highlights of the FA Cup fourth-round replay, with West Ham beating Liverpool 2-1 after extra-time thanks to a last-minute Angelo Ogbonna header.
Borussia Dortmund fans lob tennis balls from the stands during their cup win over Stuttgart in protest against ticket prices.
Philippe Coutinho puts away a cheeky free-kick to draw Liverpool level against West Ham in their FA Cup fourth-round replay at Upton Park.
A Conservative MP says he will raise what he calls "serious allegations" about the party's election spending with its ruling board.
Journalists often struggle to bring clarity to complex EU politics, the BBC's Laurence Peter reports.
Unite leader Len McCluskey accuses a "cabal" of Labour MPs of plotting against Jeremy Corbyn and urges them to "stop sniping".
The gardai (Irish police) are to establish an armed support unit for Dublin in the wake of two killings in a gangland feud.
Maker of TV hit Glee, 20th Century Fox, loses its appeal against a comedy club chain of the same name.