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A new app, Socialmaps, aims to make it possible for people to meet their social networking connections in the real world.
Should people be eating more fat?
How big data analytics is helping tackle Ebola
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The BBC Price of Football study finds some ticket prices in English football rising at almost twice the rate of the cost of living.
Fighting the ideas that fuel extremism
Australian author Richard Flanagan has won this year's Man Booker Prize for his novel The Narrow Road To The Deep North.
Scotland's Euro 2016 qualifying group will go down to the wire, says manager Gordon Strachan after drawing with Poland.
A grand jury has levelled new charges against the suspected ringleader of the September 2012 raid on a US diplomatic post in the Libyan city of Benghazi.
Documentary maker Clive Patterson was one of the people screened for Ebola at Heathrow as screening measures came into force.
Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill praises Kyle Lafferty after the striker scores again in the win against Greece.
Italy will become the first country in Europe to legally require "advanced biofuels" in cars and trucks, the BBC has learned.
The human rights subcommittee discusses the refugee situation in Iraq and Syria.
Bob Geldof tells John Wilson from Front Row that singing with the Rats again helped him cope with the death of his daughter Peaches, who died earlier this year.
The Royal Navy are loading Royal Fleet Auxiliary Argus with medical supplies before sailing to Sierra Leone to fight the Ebola virus this week.
Caroline Lucas says the Greens are outpolling the Lib Dems and should be invited into the 2015 TV election debates.
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Ros Altman, the government's tsar for older people, explains proposed changes to pensions rules.