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BBC Click joined Team Dimension Data at the Tour de France to see how tech could influence the race.
The world's largest colony, in the Indian Ocean, has shrunk 90% over 30 years, research suggests.
Not everyone sticks to the standard out-of-office reply - we take a look at the more unusual ones.
At 10,000 sq ft, Ark Two is one of Canada's largest nuclear fallout shelters.
Chris Pratt says that James Gunn "is a good man" despite his "inappropriate jokes from years ago".
Two Americans, a Swiss and a Dutch citizen died after being struck by a car on Sunday.
"If they want to meet, we'll meet," the US president says.
The activists served 15 days for storming on to the pitch during the World Cup final in Russia.
The programme secretly targets people who exhibit odd behaviour such as excessive sweating.
The owner of Kaos, which rescued people in 2016, says the animal was poisoned.
Michael Schumacher's son, Mick, wins his first Formula 3 race at the same circuit his father enjoyed his maiden F1 win.
US officials have not denied the meeting, which a Taliban official said was "very important".
Foreign Ministry's Maria Zakharova pens lyrics for popular Russian singer.
Australian Philip Wilson was convicted in May of concealing sexual abuse by a priest in the 1970s.
Zimbabwe's ex-first lady was accused of assaulting a model in South Africa in 2017.
The drivers say ride-hailing apps like Uber are threatening their livelihood.
Nairobi's governor revoked Chandarana Foodplus' licence over its campaign to target white people.
Thousands of tweets document racism in German schools, housing and jobs.
Brian Lawler, Nikolai Volkoff and Brickhouse Brown all passed away on Sunday aged 46, 70 and 57 respectively.
The UK's foreign secretary called his Chinese wife "Japanese". Here's why it was such a bad mistake.