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All references to climate change's impact on World Heritage sites in Australia are removed from a UN report after a government request.
The water vole has become Britain's most endangered mammal, but a project in Worcestershire is trying to reverse the decline.
Is Waldrom the new Vardy? Or Parling the new Huth? BBC Sport looks at why Exeter Chiefs could be the Leicester City of rugby union.
The words "Feldenkrais" and "Gesellschaft" make Jairam Hathwar and Nihar Janga co-champions of the US Spelling Bee, the third tie in a row.
A declaration at the G7 meeting in Japan says a vote by the UK to leave the European Union would pose a "serious threat to global growth".
The fallout from the release of figures showing UK net migration has risen to a near record level attracts headlines.
Experts following the MH370 search say it is likely a new piece of debris found by a BBC reader in Mozambique came from the missing plane.
Martin Fry reflects on sequel to ABC's Lexicon of Love
The life and death of a boy sailor
Margaret Barton, 90, recalls role in Brief Encounter
Too many teenagers and young adults are dying of some types of cancer, a Europe-wide report warns.
This year's Architecture Biennale in Venice explores how buildings can be designed creatively and sustainably to improve the environment and our lives.
A Thai man is recovering in hospital after a python emerged from a toilet and sank its fangs into his penis.
The future of the planned new nuclear plant at Hinkley Point, in Somerset, remains in doubt as key French unions raise concerns over its cost, Newsnight learns.
A BBC debate on the EU referendum is held in Glasgow with an audience of voters aged between 18 and 29, and focusing on the issues affecting young people.
Husband's online account of fertility problems strikes a chord
Where was Angelina Jolie made a professor?
How hard is it to be a Syrian refugee with a disability?
Google wins legal battle against Oracle to use Java software in its Android operating system.
A victim of the nuclear bombing is remembered through the symbolic folding of paper cranes, sent from around the world to Hiroshima.