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High-tech techniques were used to trick staff into handing over login names, say experts
Switzerland is set for good weather this summer according to a popular spring tradition.
Murdered police officer Xavier Jugelé is awarded Legion of Honour as presidential hopefuls watch.
Sudan is a the northern white rhino, and the last chance for the survival of his species.
A farming family finds an unusual creature amid their flock of sheep in Landbrot.
The circle of life comes around for much-loved humpback 'Scarlet' on the California coast.
The bodies of two children were among those pulled from waters between Turkey and Lesbos.
Speculation is rife that China could be tightening the oil tap, which the North's economy needs to survive.
Mikayla Holmgren is thought to be the first person with Down's syndrome to enter the beauty pageant.
Brazilian police clash with a gang blamed for "the robbery of the century" in neighbouring Paraguay.
The men are put to death in the first double execution on the same day for 17 years in the US.
He is recovering after falling violently ill on tour and spending two nights in intensive care.
The sister of an Egyptian woman who went to India for weight loss surgery lashes out at her doctors.
The attack happened in Kurram district, a mainly Shia area that has seen several recent attacks.
Serena Williams says Ilie Nastase's comments about her unborn child are "racist" and backs an International Tennis Federation investigation.
Three more people are killed as a wave of anti-government protests shows no sign of easing.
The BBC meets volunteers in the biggest ever convoy to transport medical vehicles from the UK to Syria.
Countries are urged to commit cash to save 'forgotten' Yemen from humanitarian catastrophe.
Marine Le Pen says she will be above "partisan considerations" as she seeks the French presidency.
Mihai Nistor was the last fighter to stop Anthony Joshua - but while Joshua earns millions, Nistor remains an amateur on a modest income. Why?