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Murdered Italian's family seeks answers from Egypt
Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark ends months of speculation by announcing her candidacy to become the next UN secretary-general.
India’s sewer workers putting their lives at risk
The pros and cons of superfast computing in the finance world
Vitamin D supplements may help people with a failing heart, a study suggests.
During the last week Republican front-runner Donald Trump has sparked outcry over comments he made about abortion and raised eyebrows with remarks about US foreign policy.
Forty-seven police officers are sentenced to life in prison in India for killing 10 Sikh pilgrims in 1991 and then lying to justify the shootings.
Protesters in Iceland are demanding their prime minister's resignation over allegations he concealed investments in an offshore company.
The Panama legal firm at the heart of a massive data leak had client firms which were subject to international sanctions, documents show.
A newly discovered 430 million-year-old creature appears to have dragged its offspring around on strings, like underwater kites.
Princeton University rebuffs calls to remove Woodrow Wilson's name from its public policy school despite complaints from students.
The first boats carrying migrants being deported from Greece arrive in Turkey - part of an EU deal that has been strongly criticised.
Mexican worker makes flag protest atop Trump tower
Authorities across the world are spurred into action after a huge leak of confidential documents revealed how tax havens are used to hide wealth.
Republican front-runner Donald Trump urges Ohio Governor John Kasich to drop out, as campaigning intensifies ahead of crucial Wisconsin vote.