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Some 10,000 Chinese citizens have visited the disputed Paracel Islands in the South China Sea. The BBC joined one of the tours.
Temperatures around the world are rising faster than scientists can develop varieties that can cope with a warmer world, according to a new study.
Inside the homes of those living a minimalist lifestyle in Japan.
When a group of high school students in Istanbul turned their backs on their head teacher at a graduation ceremony, a wave of protests began across Turkey.
Photographer, writer and filmmaker Danny Lyon has documented the civil rights movement, outlaw motorcycle gangs and the harsh Texas prison system.
A century on from an explosion at a munitions factory, a new play tells the story of the UK's single largest loss of female life in World War One.
The husband of killed MP Jo Cox thanks the public for their "incredible generosity" after a charity fund set up in her memory reaches £1m.
The Belgrade Waterfront development is being touted by officials as moving the city in a "positive direction" but the project is proving controversial.
BBC journalist Caroline Wyatt says she is "determined to make the most of her life" after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
As Wimbledon prepares to use emotion-tracking cameras at this year's tennis championships, sport is becoming increasingly digital for fans, players and venues alike.
The NHS could save money and patients' time by giving fewer but stronger doses of radiotherapy treatment for prostate cancer, say experts.
The NHS is stuck in an "endless winter" with hospitals left in chaos struggling to cope, doctors and nurses say.
As Bahrain's top Shia Muslim cleric is stripped of his citizenship, Justin Gengler from Qatar University looks at what lies behind the crackdown.
David Cameron's former head of strategy claims the PM was told in 2012 it was "impossible" for the government to meet its flagship immigration pledge.
Qantas boss Alan Joyce explains why it's important to be yourself at work, and the benefits of having a diverse range of people at the top.
Billionaire investor George Soros says sterling will fall "precipitously" after a Brexit vote and it is "wishful thinking" that living standards will not be hit.
Corey Lewandowski, the man who guided Donald Trump on his journey to become the Republican presidential candidate, has been fired.
Who had his best game for Wales? Who tormented Russia? And who battled ferociously? Find out how Wales' players rated in their dominant win.
Hundreds of bees fitted with "licence plates" to track to their favourite places are to be released from a London rooftop.
Noise, fumes and the "horrendous smell" of diesel trains idling for up to five hours are blighting the lives of people in a Dorset seaside town.