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HIV can rapidly form invulnerable strongholds in the body, dashing hopes that early treatment might cure the virus, according to new research.
Two gunmen kill at least four people and injure several others in a shooting rampage in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa.
How grief of miscarriage affects husbands and partners
The owner of a children's home in the Mexican city of Zamora at the heart of an abuse scandal has been released by police.
David Cameron's plan to set thresholds for strike action ballots poses interesting statistical questions, writes Anthony Reuben.
Should crime writers mix fact and fiction?
The beaches where Lego keeps washing up
A disabled man explains why he's tired of being nice
UN nuclear agency says Iran has turned all of its enriched uranium closest to the level needed to make nuclear arms into fuel.
The BBC's Dougal Shaw tests out Honda's personal mobility device the Uni-Cub, a beta product shown off for the first time in Europe this week.
Israel and Gaza have both suffered their bloodiest day since the beginning of the current offensive, with the death of 13 Israeli soldiers and at least 87 Gazans.
Britain's Geraint Thomas on drinking 1.5 litres of fluid per hour to combat the heat and ride in breakaways in the Alps.
A rise in complaints against doctors reflects the role of social media and negative press coverage of the medical profession, according to a report.
Minister seeks international deal on greenhouse gas emissions
Could motor racing return to Birmingham's streets?
Norberto Odebrecht, the founder of one of Latin America's largest engineering conglomerates, dies at the age of 93.
Why Open champion Rory McIlroy is set to be a superstar
Coffee served in Glasgow is stronger than brews in Italy and Spain, according to new research.
The 'original conservationists' of India's tree-loving tribe
Salaries have risen sharply on the back of a surge in demand for staff and an acute lack of available employees, according to a survey.