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Syrian refugees fear long wait in Lebanon's Palestinian camps
China's government announces stimulus measures, including spending on railway construction, after a string of disappointing economic data leads to fears of a slowdown.
Is it time to rethink how we measure a country's value?
The estimated cost of getting roads in England and Wales back into a "reasonable" condition has risen to £12bn, a survey of local authorities says.
The European Union begins the roll-out on Thursday of the biggest Earth-observation programme ever conceived - with the launch of the Sentinel-1a radar satellite from French Guiana.
BBC News meets some of the Syrian refugees inside the Sabra and Shatila camps in Lebanon.
Beyonce and Adele's songwriter shares his secrets
Aerobic exercise in your 20s may protect the brain in middle age, according to US research.
A merged NHS and social care budget in England is needed to stop vulnerable people falling into the gaps between the two services, experts say.
The illegal party drug, ketamine, is an "exciting" and "dramatic" new treatment for depression, say doctors who have conducted the first trial in the UK.
A long-lost masterpiece of British silent cinema is discovered in the Netherlands, almost 90 years after it was last seen.
Scientists digitally reconstruct the scene of a dinosaur chase - preserved in the mud of an ancient river bed in Texas.
Jude Law talks to Talking Movies' Tom Brook about the freedom of taking on different screen roles as he gets older.
An increasing number of Scottish police officers are being investigated for breaching data protection laws, BBC Scotland learns.
How America being self-sufficient in energy could change the world
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says some of his side's defending was "a joke" in their 3-1 Champions League defeat by PSG.
The UK's largest coal producer, UK Coal, is to cut 1,300 jobs and two mines as it battles to stave off insolvency.
Paintings by Paul Gauguin and Pierre Bonnard hung on an Italian factory worker's kitchen wall for almost 40 years after being stolen, police reveal.
A High Court judge has refused to grant an emergency injunction to block the removal of an A-Level student from north London back to Mauritius.
Consumers are starting to notice that although they are paying the same, some food items they buy are getting smaller.
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- Grand Chamber hearing Tarakhel v. Switzerland
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