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Putin might cheer UK leaving EU club
Indian Romeo and Juliet becomes sleeper hit
How Angola is trying to stop the bushmeat trade
Why does Mexico's ambassador in Delhi insist on riding everywhere in a three-wheeled auto rickshaw?
Asian migrants give cricket a boost in Germany
The country where people won't help you after a car crash
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton's brother-in-law is arrested in California on suspicion of drink driving, according to reports.
Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente is also running for the Democratic nomination. So what does the also-also ran think about his fellow Democrats and Donald Trump?
Wildlife crimes are 26% higher than initial estimates two years ago - according to the UN's Environment programme and Interpol.
The hunt for a cancer cure should be treated with as much urgency as the Ebola outbreak, says US Vice-President Joe Biden.
Madrid's Anti-Doping Laboratory is suspended by Wada after failing to comply with international standards.
The Playboy mansion, home to Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, is being sold to a private equity boss who lives next door.
A former rubbish collector convicted of the "Grim Sleeper" serial murders in Los Angeles is given the death sentence.
A team of experts begins restoring the ancient tomb in Jerusalem where Christians believe Jesus was buried, in the first such works for 200 years.
The mother of a three-year-old boy who fell into a gorilla enclosure at Cincinnati Zoo in the US will not face charges, prosecutors say.
British man Richard Huckle has been jailed for life by a judge at the Old Bailey after admitting 71 charges of sex abuse against children in Malaysia.
Investigators publish a photo of a large Buk missile fragment found at the MH17 airliner crash site in eastern Ukraine.