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Google outrage at 'NSA hacking'
Google expresses outrage documents leaked by Edward Snowden suggest that the US National Security Agency (NSA) hacked its data links.
Tottenham 2-2 Hull (8-7 on pens)
Tottenham see off a stubborn Hull City on penalties to advance to a last-eight tie with West Ham in the Capital One Cup.
City of ghosts
Take a ghostly journey through Hong Kong's supposedly haunted Wan Chai district, one of the pockets of historical Hong Kong lurking amidst the high-rises.
Delicate dance
Bollywood is hugely popular with Pakistani audiences, but some say this famous form of Indian entertainment is nothing short of 'soft porn' - a position which leaves one TV network caught in the cross-hairs.
Into Syria
A Norwegian father fears his two daughters, who disappeared from their home in Oslo two weeks ago, may have joined a hard-line jihadi group in the war-torn country - and will stop at nothing to find them.
No easy fix
Denmark's legal 'drug consumption rooms' have saved the lives of addicts and cleaned up the streets - but opponents argue the money creating these havens would be better spent on efforts towards sobriety.
Sochi Olympic Park in 60 seconds
The start of the Sochi 2014 Winter Games will begin in 100 days. Daniel Sandford takes a 360-degree tour of the new Olympic Park.
Net lessons for world’s poorest
Online education aims to benefit us all, but how do we help the two-thirds of the population who have no internet access, yet are the ones who need it most?
US criticises Germany growth model
The US criticises Germany's economic policies, saying that its export-led growth model is hurting the eurozone and the wider global economy.
Bodies of migrants found in Niger
Rescue workers find the bodies of 87 people, some of whom appear to have been partly eaten by jackals, in the Sahara desert in Niger.
US Fed maintains stimulus measures
The US Federal Reserve votes to keep interest rates at record lows and to continue with its $85bn (£53bn) a month bond-buying programme meant to stimulate the US economy.
Giro winner Hesjedal admits doping
Canadian cyclist Ryder Hesjedal, last year's Giro d'Italia winner, says he doped while he was with Rabobank in 2003.
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Pink Panther actor Stark dies at 91
New York to raise cigarette sale age
Twitter gives photos pre-float tweak
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Earth-sized 'lava world' discovered
Buyer beware: Pet rescue fraud
: Some adoption websites aren’t what they appear to be
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A perfect match
From online wedding photography to match-making television channels, Shilpa Kannan looks at how technology is changing the traditional Indian wedding.
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The War of the Worlds at 75
The shock of HG Wells’ apocalyptic narrative lies in how well it resonates with today's doom-minded moment, writes BBC Culture's Jordan Hoffman.
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The secret code to faster learning
Your mouse clicks and keyboard strokes can reveal hidden signals about the way you digest everything from Shakespeare to science, writes Helen Knight.
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