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Which country's astronauts drink recycled urine?
The week's big numbers, visualised
Fishing boats search for more bodies after two migrant vessels capsized off Libya on Thursday, with 200 feared drowned.
The founder and chief executive of the Ashley Madison extra-marital affair website, Noel Biderman, steps down following data hack.
GB's Shara Proctor wins long jump silver at the World Championships, while Dina Asher-Smith comes fifth in the 200m.
The British Library declines an offer to store a large collection of Taliban-related documents over concerns it could be prosecuted under terrorism laws.
A Polish official says ground-penetrating radar appears to confirm rumours of a Nazi train, believed to be carrying gold, buried near the city of Walbrzych.
World Snooker says it is investigating "unusual" betting patterns in a match involving England's Martin O'Donnell.
A window cleaner from Staffordshire has broken the Guinness World Record after running 53 marathons in 53 days.
Twenty-one pubs across England built between the two world wars are being awarded Grade II listed status.
Photojournalist Mario Tama returns to New Orleans to find out what has changed in the city since Hurricane Katrina.
Dafne Schippers of the Netherlands runs the third-fastest time in history to win 200m gold at the World Athletics Championships.
South Korean and US military forces have conducted a joint live firing exercise to test their capabilities in the event of an attack from the north.
Three nurses have been struck off, after a disciplinary panel heard that the neglect of elderly residents of a care home lead to their death.
Shara Proctor sets a new British long jump record with an effort of 7.07m at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing.
Newsnight's economics correspondent Duncan Weldon on the dilemma over interest rates the US Federal Reserve faces as it meets for its annual symposium.
The Glasgow bin lorry inquiry into the deaths of six people has heard that the driver is not "selfish" or a "coward".
Ghana's authorities are investigating several universities over links to suspected recruitment for the so-called Islamic State (IS), officials say.
Instagram is allowing its 300 million users to post landscape and portrait videos and pictures, as well as squares, for the first time.