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The surprise resignation of Ukraine's economy minister is a blunt reminder that the country very much remains just a few steps away from chaos and instability.
Chinese New Year sees the largest annual human migration in the world. What are the numbers?
Jeb Bush had all the name recognition and gobs of money to support his presidential bid - yet he's at the wrong end of the polls. What happened?
The Dad's Army star who fought in both world wars
Life after the White House
The battle to stop women paying more than men
Will one of the world's largest construction projects taking place in Saudi Arabia be a success?
Small theatres staying afloat despite money woes
Can technology help build a perfect country?
Why a growing number of students are demanding reform of university economics courses.
Who joined Adele in telling Trump to turn it off?
What is the most beautiful garden photo of the year?
The woman who turned up to surprise her would-be killer
Nick Robinson tests voters' views on the EU referendum on Albion Street, Dunstable.
How social media is transforming the fashion industry
What we still don't know about Zika and microcephaly
Fears "tens of thousands" more Syrian refugees are heading for Turkey, and the latest opinion poll for the EU referendum are among Friday's front-page leads.
Maurice White, founder of US soul band Earth, Wind & Fire, has died aged 74, his brother says.
Secondary rainforests - if allowed to flourish in the right conditions - can absorb 11 times as much carbon as old-growth rainforests, a study shows.
A Chinese writer tells the BBC he published a provocative book about President Xi Jinping, linked to five missing Hong Kong booksellers, as a challenge to China.