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The Wikileaks co-founder has been living in the country's UK embassy in London since 2012.
People with terminal illnesses share their experiences of talking about death.
NHS talking therapy service is failing patients in one in seven areas of England, BBC analysis shows.
England's Jonny Bairstow is a doubt for the fourth one-day international with Sri Lanka after injuring himself playing football.
The former Liberal Democrat leader will head Facebook's global affairs and communications team.
Ex-cabinet minister tells the BBC's Nick Robinson she was misled by civil servants over the Windrush scandal.
Some Labour MPs are considering voting for any deal Theresa May gets - a prospect that appals others.
The boss of housebuilding firm Persimmon tells the BBC he'd "rather not talk about" his £75m bonus.
Wigan Warriors full-back Zak Hardaker will undergo rehabilitation for alcohol abuse after being found guilty of drink-driving.
Watch LeBron James score two early buckets for his new NBA team the LA Lakers in their first game of the regular season.
The Aberdeenshire farmer tells of his family "heartbreak" that so-called mad cow disease has been found.
Lee Furlong, from Liverpool, is accused of spray painting "Scouser Lee" on the 13th Century landmark.
Clive Shaw is fighting his parents in the High Court over his right to inherit the family farm.
It's no surprise vehicles are polluting, so why now for announcing a ban on sales?
Elle Magazine tweeted Kim and Kanye had split to dupe people to register for the mid-term elections.
The All England Lawn Tennis Club announces that final set tie-breaks will be introduced at Wimbledon from next year.
A campaign group for journalists' safety is among those to call for the US president to apologise.
Persimmon boss Jeff Fairburn has walked off camera during a BBC interview after being asked about his £75m bonus.
Kare Adenegan, Freya Anderson and James Bowen are on the final shortlist for the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award.
Foreign secretary urges his party to get behind Theresa May, to maximise PM's negotiating leverage.