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A new Netflix series is set entirely in a police interrogation room.
Photographer Jon Enoch's pictures of musicians rehearsing in London's open spaces.
In 2009 the first ever Mongol Derby was raced across the vast expanse of the Mongolian Steppe.
20-year-old Arian and 16-year-old Selena agree to meet on a bridge between their homes and debate their differences.
Zambia's vice-president calls for a radical change in the eating habits of the nation.
Eight things to know as the competition comes to Asia, bringing with it some unexpected events.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp and Chelsea manager Frank Lampard were both left to reflect on key penalty incidents as they begin their Champions League campaigns with defeats.
Ascensión Mendieta's tireless campaign after her father was shot by firing squad in Franco's Spain.
More than 100 fully autonomous cleaning robots are coming to Singapore this year, made by local manufacturer Lionsbot. Ella's job is cleaning the floors at the National Gallery.
The BBC enters Taliban-controlled territory in Faryab province to meet those civilians most at risk.
TripAdvisor says it is winning the fight against fake reviews using fraud detection technology.
Consumer group Which? urges the chancellor to act over the loss of free ATMs in poor communities.
Wednesday's papers focus on the Supreme Court hearing over the PM's decision to suspend Parliament.
Exit polls suggest there will be no clear winner in the country's second election in five months.
Substitute Ross Barkley misses a late penalty as Chelsea open their Champions League campaign by losing at home to Valencia.
Dries Mertens' penalty and a late Fernando Llorente goal condemned Liverpool to defeat in their Group E Champions League opener against Napoli.
Your downloadable guide to the UK's energy system and why it must change to meet climate pledges.
Cities have a bad reputation for pollution but - in terms of climate change - that might be unfair.
Negotiations remain the "only" path to peace, a top Taliban official tells the BBC's Lyse Doucet.
Jim Hooper was one of thousands captured by German troops in the Battle of Arnhem.