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Europe and Japan celebrate the successful launch of their joint quest to visit the closest planet to the Sun.
The House of Krip vogue dance troupe is challenging perceptions of deaf and disabled people.
The regular prescription lenses can change to bifocals and back again at the touch of a button.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
There are reasons why some suspect that the Russian state was behind a viral video.
People living with dementia put on their dancing shoes and boogie to Ol' Blue Eyes.
The sci-fi plan would use giant mirrors in space to light city streets, but scientists are sceptical.
This was to be the EU summit when a deal came into view. But that was not how it turned out.
The country would be known as North Macedonia, resolving a 27-year dispute with neighbouring Greece.
A caravan of hundreds of Central American migrants faces Mexican riot police as they try to cross.
Hoda Elsoudani is a motorbiker and vlogger encouraging other Muslim women to challenge stereotypes.
To mark World Osteoporosis Day, try our quiz to find out if you need to bone up on... well, bones.
The Saudi journalist died after a fight in the consulate in Istanbul, an initial Saudi probe suggests.
Jack Gray won a half marathon but was was disqualified because he had stood in for his boss.
The Granny Smith apple turns 150 this year, but who was the woman who gave her name to the fruit?
The starling should be migrating to Asia but instead is in a Norfolk garden, attracting 150 visitors.
Headlines focus on the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and the release of hate preacher Anjem Choudary.
The comedian says he is quitting London for a more relaxed life by the sea.
Michael Swan and Gary Beech are charged with the murder of Ian Tomlin in Battersea.
Afghans are set to defy militant threats and fears over fraud as they elect a new parliament.