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The Forth Bridge pips Edinburgh Castle and the Glenfinnan Viaduct to be voted Scotland's greatest man-made wonder.
Dalglish or Cantona? Gerrard or Charlton? The impossible job - pick your best post-war Liverpool-Manchester United XI.
Hurricane-struck Haiti now faces a new humanitarian disaster - cholera. So what can be done to ward off a deadly epidemic?
Cloud computing is giving small design and special effects studios the chance to compete with the giants of the film industry. But what are the drawbacks?
What is believed to be the world's first regular commercial drone delivery service is launching in Rwanda.
The newly-retired Jessica Ennis-Hill is one of Britain's greatest athletes, says former world 1500m champion Steve Cram.
The people of Thailand mourn the death of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, a pillar of stability in the country during his 70-year reign.
The UK's first city-wide electric bike scheme is launched in Exeter.
Michelle Obama and Donald Trump gave speeches within minutes of each other, and presented very different views on allegations about his treatment of women.
A two-year-old girl has died after being hit when two cars crashed into each other in Coupar Angus, Perthshire.
Britain's only alternative to a "hard Brexit" is "no Brexit", European Council President Donald Tusk says.
A group of Vienna-based scientists is working on plans to create a pacifist nation state, called Asgardia, in space.
Donald Trump rejects accusations of sexual misconduct as "totally and absolutely false", as First Lady Michelle Obama calls his lewd remarks "shocking".
The husband of a British-Iranian woman imprisoned in Iran urges the UK to do more to help with her release.
The BBC understands Unilever gave some ground to resolve issues affecting the supply of leading brands including Marmite to Tesco.
A gorilla is recaptured after escaping from its enclosure at London Zoo.
Paris St-Germain defender Serge Aurier is being investigated by Fifa after appearing to make a throat-slitting gesture to fans.
Gordon Strachan will carry on as Scotland manager following a poor start to the World Cup qualifying campaign.
The row over Marmite has brought the yeasty spread new fame - but what will our global guinea pigs make of it?
Peter Fury says Tyson Fury is being treated for manic depression and his suspension could be a "blessing in disguise".