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Mandy Adams is part of a network that encourages women to rest and reflect during their periods.
Murals have been mushrooming on the walls of Khartoum, as thousands keep up a vigil to see a return to civilian rule.
Where are militants loyal to al-Qaeda still active around the world?
Indigenous leader Alberto Curamil wins award for stopping two multi-million dollar dam projects.
Five graphics that show how nature is disappearing faster than at any other point in human history.
Recycling has become so expensive that some cities have suspended their programmes.
Mental health has always been a controversial subject in Greece, but the economic crisis changed that.
After bruising local elections, the papers say the Conservatives and Labour may reach agreement.
Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool have "qualified for our final" as his side ensure the Premier League title goes to the final day.
Liverpool ensure the Premier League title race will go to the final day of the season as Divock Origi's late winner sees them beat Newcastle in a thriller.
George Perrot, freed from a life sentence after his rape conviction was quashed, is accused of rape.
The call comes as investigations continue into the Easter Sunday attacks, which left 253 people dead.
Cardiff City make an instant return to the Championship after their Premier League relegation is confirmed with a home defeat against Crystal Palace.
Manchester City beat West Ham to win the Women's FA Cup for the second time in three years at Wembley.
Lauren Hemp scores Manchester City's third goal late on as they beat West Ham United 3-0 in the Women's FA Cup final at Wembley.
BBC Scotland takes a look at Celtic's last eight league titles to see how impressive this season's feat truly is.
Four-time champion John Higgins comes from behind to beat David Gilbert 17-16 in a thrilling decider to reach his eighth World Championship final.
British number one Johanna Konta misses out on her first clay-court title as Maria Sakkari fights back to win the Morocco Open.
Fulham's Harvey Elliott becomes the youngest ever Premier League player at 16 years and 30 days.
Head teachers demand better support for schools facing protests over lessons on same-sex marriage.