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The BBC's Mark Lowen finds out if some Syrians wish to stay in Turkey or travel to Europe.
British underdog Tyson Fury 'proved everyone wrong'
The Local Government Association estimates council tax rises in England up until 2020, but says local authorities will still face a combined shortfall of £6.8bn.
Wladimir Klitschko wants to use his rematch clause and fight new WBA, IBF and WBO world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury again.
'Things the Pope should pray for' - and other trends of the week
Can Pope ease religious divides in Central Africa?
Hundreds of solar power jobs have been lost owing to planned cuts to subsidies, according to a survey that suggests thousands more jobs could be at risk industry-wide.
Does legalising marijuana fulfil the American Dream?
The twists and turns of naming diseases
Britain's Tyson Fury is world heavyweight boxing champion as he beats Wladimir Klitschko on a unanimous points decision.
Will carbon capture ever happen in the UK?
The Glasgow pub where 10 people died after a police helicopter crashed through its roof is to pay tribute two years on from the tragedy.
As Pope Francis visits the Central African Republic, the country is in the midst of conflict, with society divided between enclaves of Christians and Muslims, clashing daily.
A new radiation scanner has been developed for babies in order to reassure Fukushima families affected by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
The country attached to fry-ups and red postboxes
Prince Harry has a dramatic fall from his polo pony during a match in South Africa in aid of his charity Sentebale.
Prince Harry lost his seating from a polo pony as he played in a fundraising match in South Africa.
Turkish PM Ahmet Davutoglu pledges to bring to justice the killers of pro-Kurdish lawyer Tahir Elci, as unrest breaks out in Istanbul.
Clashes between riot police and migrants angry at being prevented by a new fence from entering Macedonia from Greece leave up to 40 people injured.
Unhappy fans, sniping old boys, boring football - are Van Gaal's Man Utd betraying the team's attacking traditions?