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Egyptian officials are to brief Italian counterparts in Rome on progress in an investigation into the brutal Cairo murder of student Giulio Regeni.
The growing use of tiny predators to tackle farm pests
My daughter was murdered because she was a lesbian
How to strike it rich hunting security breaches on the net
Analysing the film choices of presidential candidates
Emma Smith from Oxford University explains how to identify a copy of William Shakespeare's First Folio.
In the aftermath of Iceland's prime minister quitting when his name appeared in the Panama Papers, thousands have called for the whole government to resign, but some are more wary.
American country music legend Merle Haggard has died of pneumonia on his 79th birthday.
Cyprus has agreed to extradite to Egypt the man accused of hijacking an EgyptAir plane last week, reports say.
The US state of Florida repeals a rarely enforced law that barred unmarried couples from living together.
History has been made on London's famous Savile Row as for the first time a shop is opened by a female master tailor.
Russian mine disposal teams are beginning to clear mines from the Syrian city of Palmyra following its recapture from the Islamic State group.
Former coal CEO Don Blankenship is sentenced to prison for his role in a West Virginia mine explosion that killed 29 men in 2010.
A key lawmaker in the impeachment proceedings against Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff recommends they go ahead.
Haggard wrote songs, sang and played fiddle and guitar, usually singing about American pride, rebels and outlaws.
Robotics researchers in the US develop a new technique to build working robots using a 3D printer.
One of the men who carried out the devastating bomb attacks in Brussels once worked as a cleaner at the European Parliament, officials confirm.