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A Chinese man who first made his fortune selling bamboo hopes to invest £1bn ($1.3bn) to "transform" the UK steel city of Sheffield.
Prince Harry says he regrets that he did not speak about the death of his mother, Princess Diana, until three years ago.
Shares in Japanese gaming giant Nintendo fall sharply as the firm says the success of Pokemon Go will only have a limited impact on its earnings.
A man and woman arrested after a five-year-old boy died at a water park have been released on bail, police say.
Africa’s only gay radio station broadcasts from South Africa, trying to counter homophobia and break down stereotypes.
After several more schools were set alight in Kenya, pupils, parents and officials tell the BBC what they think is behind the arson.
As the Indian kitchen has moved up from the ground to a waist-high counter, the food cooked has also changed, writes Amita Baviskar
A robot which is learning how to move through pedestrian environments is being developed by Stanford University
Donald Trump says America is in a "moment of crisis". Why it is to his advantage to convince voters that this is so.
The media is full of reports saying that Pokemon Go was downloaded 15 million times in its first week in the US, and is the biggest mobile game in history, but how reliable are these figures?
An explosion at a bar in the German city of Ansbach, near Nuremberg, has killed one person and injured several others, reports say.
British number one Johanna Konta beats seven-time Grand Slam champion Venus Williams to win her first WTA title in California.
The World Anti-Doping Agency is "disappointed" its recommendation to ban Russia from the Olympics has been rejected.
How Gerry Cottle Jr went from being a trapeze artist in his dad's circus to setting up a popular rooftop cinema business.
Whether your children are problems or prodigies, is it damaging to your career to talk about them too much in the workplace?
Sir Philip Green and others who "got rich" from BHS are blamed for the retailer's collapse in what MPs called the "unacceptable face of capitalism".
A 16-year-old Afghan friend of David Ali Sonboly, who killed nine people on Friday, is arrested on suspicion of failing to report the attacker's plans.
Theresa May says the UK's exit from the European Union "must work for Northern Ireland" ahead of her first visit there since becoming prime minister.
Former BHS owner Sir Philip Green should sign a "whacking huge cheque" to cover the hole in the BHS' pension scheme, Work and pensions committee chairman Frank Field tells the BBC.
Chris Froome's Tour de France "glory" vies with a "damning" verdict on former BHS boss Sir Philip Green for top billing in Monday's papers.