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Tens of thousands of people go missing in Europe every year. Some for days, some for months, some for years. Some vanish entirely. This is the story of one of them.
BBC News looks at a refurbished Tube train in London, which has become an unlikely office space for a group of workers.
The business owners who spend all their time on the road
In the Hungarian capital, Budapest, scuffles have broken out between migrants and the authorities outside Keleti station.
A Cardiff man who is one of three from the city to have joined a jihadist group in Syria has died, the BBC is told.
Researchers say that global efforts to cut carbon are far short of what's needed to avert dangerous climate change.
It is thought a gas canister caused a huge explosion which ripped a house apart in Cornwall.
Angry migrants are stranded outside a Budapest railway station for a second night, as the EU struggles to agree a common response to the refugee crisis.
Images emerge of a three-year-old Syrian boy, whom reports name as Aylan, who drowned when the migrant boat he was in capsized off Turkey.
Alton Towers founder John Broome intends to turn a Cornwall theme park into a "premier European resort."
A food writer from Yorkshire has claimed that Cornish pasties aren't really from Cornwall at all.
French judges say they have dropped an investigation into claims that former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was poisoned.
David Cameron's conviction is that it's more effective to tackle the cause of the migrant crisis than the symptom - but images of a toddler washed up on a Turkish beach could add pressure on him to change course.
India's best-known activist tells BBC's Soutik Biswas that she has been vilified for running a dogged campaign to hold PM Narendra Modi responsible for the Gujarat riots.
When China's war with Japan ended in 1945, Rupert Wingfield-Hayes' great-uncle was sent to Shanghai to find out what had happened to British citizens trapped there in World War Two.
Eurostar passengers left stranded overnight in Calais arrive back in London, saying they were left on a dark train with no food for hours.
Motorola is to release two second-generation models of its Moto 360 smartwatch, one of which will contain a GPS chip.
Lotus are set to race at this weekend's Italian Grand Prix despite the British-based team facing an uncertain future.
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte and ex-chief executive Charles Green charged with conspiracy and involvement in serious organised crime.
Former Wales striker John Hartson on what has taken Chris Coleman's team to the brink of qualifying for Euro 2016.