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French visual artist JR and a team of volunteers plaster paper around the Louvre's glass pyramid.
There's fresh hope for the world's largest carnivorous marsupials whose numbers have been ravaged by disease.
Stevie Blaine, aka bopo.boy, struggled with an obsession over his body shape before a dramatic switch.
In Japan, time is marked by the reigns of emperors - and the country is about to start a new era.
Two weeks on from Cyclone Idai, BBC's Nomsa Maseko reports on the on-going problems in Mozambique.
Questions about technology should be routine for children assessed for mental health problems.
Papers digest a third rejection by MPs of Theresa May's Brexit plan on the day the UK was due to leave the EU.
Hibernian leapfrog Hearts into fifth place in the Premiership thanks to goals from Paul Hanlon and Stevie Mallan in West Lothian.
West Bromwich Albion twice come from behind to beat Birmingham City and earn caretaker boss James Shan his third straight win.
Manchester City Women boss Nick Cushing is confident English clubs can attract crowds to rival those seen at top European fixtures in recent weeks.
The blaze spread to a forest and is now threatening properties.
The winning menu included squid risotto, griddled rosemary lamb chops and fig and hazelnut baklava.
UK fashion designers are chasing business in Shanghai - one of Asia's biggest fashion weeks.
Financial markets in Turkey have been volatile as elections loom - and the president blames the West.
Most British universities pay their average male employee more than their average female employee.
US Attorney General William Barr says that "everyone will soon be able to read it on their own".
A man in his 40s dies after being attacked near Clapham Common Tube station in south-west London.
Chris Mason on what was supposed to happen on Friday 29th March, what actually happened, and what might happen next...
Police use water cannon and tear gas as protesters demand the resignation of President Bouteflika.
Double Olympic gold medallist Rebecca Adlington says therapy is helping her to manage her panic attacks.