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The BBC hears from residents holding out in village flooded by a controversial dam project in Cambodia.
Zoe Carew wrote a letter saying "Line Men" was "wrong and unfair" to women.
Some evidence from neighbouring countries would suggest otherwise.
The Irish lizard was found mummified by the spider's silk in a County Dublin garden.
The ride-hailing firm says it will now focus solely on the development of self-driving cars.
More than 500 hikers were stranded on Indonesia's Mt Rinjani when a deadly quake triggered landslides.
One backpacker was rammed with a four-wheel-drive before being attacked with a shovel, police say.
Players fed up with being excluded from existing teams started their own league.
US intelligence leaks suggest the North may be building ballistic missiles, despite recent pledges.
The BBC's Quentin Sommerville follows the teams trying to trace ex-IS fighters who have fled Syria.
Christine Van Loo, a seven-time US national acro-gymnastics champion, explains how she got to the top of her game.
How the UK leaving the EU could impact things like flights, visas and mobile roaming.
We asked major labels if they destroyed their excess stock. They weren't all forthcoming.
Paul Manafort will face 18 charges relating to bank fraud when he attends court on Tuesday.
Journalist Mannir Dan Ali considers the Nigerian president's chances of re-election after the loss of key allies.
Will you be able to use the European Health Insurance Card when the UK leaves the EU?
The Regent and Cordelière burned together and are now the focus of a French explorer's mission.
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.