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Two Tunisian policemen are sentenced to seven years in prison for raping a young woman, a case that triggered protests and global condemnation.
Next time you stream a movie, or book a plane ticket, you may well have cloud platform firm Akamai to thank, as the BBC's Ali Moore discovers.
The wife of a Royal Marine jailed for life for murdering an injured Afghan fighter speaks of her hope that the conviction will be overturned.
More than 65% of participants in a global BBC poll believe the internet has brought greater freedom, but many think this comes at the cost of increased government surveillance.
Why Britain has such a rocky relationship with the EU
Rehtaeh Parsons and the toll of cyberbullying
Was this the greatest April Fool's prank ever?
Is London really France's 'sixth biggest city'?
What is in the new NHS boss's in-tray?
Powerful portraits of what freedom looks like to you
The technologies helping small businesses keep the cash flowing
Scientists grow living muscle in the lab that heals by itself - a significant step in tissue engineering.
How to telepresence your way into work
The NHS is facing the biggest challenge in its history because of the squeeze on its budget, says its new boss on his first day in the job.
A committee of MPs complains details of BT's planned rural broadband rollout are often insufficient making it hard for rivals to plan their own services.
Cromlix, Andy Murray's hotel venture near his home town of Dunblane, is open for business.
Germany hands back an 18th Century painting that was looted from Poland's National Museum by the Nazis in 1939.
Plans for an eco friendly new town called Owenstown in South Lanarkshire likely to be rejected by councillors
Rule change means that local authorities can offer people who need home care cash for them to organise it themselves.