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The digital technology combating job application fraud
About three quarters of children in the early years of primary school are now taking school dinners, according to figures seen by BBC Scotland.
A federal judge in Argentina dismisses accusations that President Cristina Fernandez had covered up alleged Iranian involvement in 1994 a bomb attack.
A 37-year-old man is charged with the murder of County Antrim woman Pauline Carmichael.
A $150,000 designer dress worn by actress Lupita Nyong'o at this year's Oscars is stolen from a Hollywood hotel.
A former aide of Osama Bin Laden has been found guilty of plotting the al-Qaeda bombing of US embassies in east Africa in 1998, killing 224 people.
A video released by the Islamic State group appears to show the destruction of statues said to be ancient artefacts from northern Iraq.
Llama drama in Arizona as two of the animals escape and their progress is followed on live local TV news and Twitter
Canada's Supreme Court rejects a move to scrap the country's citizenship oath, which requires applicants to swear allegiance to the UK monarchy.
A lack of evidence means there are no conclusions from investigations into possible abuse during school visits by Jimmy Savile.
Where David Cameron's pledge to cut net migration to below 100,000 came from - and how it fell apart.
Street artist Banksy has secretly travelled to Gaza where he produced a range of murals as part of a new documentary.
The US Federal Communications Commission votes in favour of tougher internet regulation, upholding the principle of net neutrality.
A German former nurse, who admitted killing more than 30 patients with lethal drug overdoses, is jailed for life by a court in Lower Saxony.
Exercise passports, proper rest, compulsory head-guards for juniors, return to rucking? Tom Fordyce gauges opinion across the sport.
Pope Francis has been widely praised for his no-nonsense approach, but his off-the-cuff remarks have sparked criticism in recent months, as BBC News explains
Today's investigation into Jimmy Savile reveals how his criminal behaviour "was facilitated by ministers or civil servants".
What's the secret to elegantly recovering from an accidental plunge?
It's the Caption Challenge. Oh yes it is.
BBC Hindi's Ankur Jain explains how people in the city of Ahmedabad in the western Indian state of Gujarat are dealing with a deadly outbreak of swine flu.