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'Punched after saying his mistress couldn't move in'
Japan's economy shrank less than previously thought in the last three months of 2015, surprising analysts.
Grace Nathan, whose mother was on board MH370, says she and other relatives desperately want the search to go on until it is found.
The search giant hires Chris Poole, known online as "moot", to work on its online communities.
A student pilot from Egypt agrees to leave the US after posting on Facebook that the world would thank him if he killed Donald Trump.
Why was the bust of a celibate vegetarian destroyed?
Five images that reveal how women are really treated
How tech is helping firms give something back
The BBC's Ian Pannell speaks to some of those making the perilous journey from Turkey to Greece.
A filmmaker's experience of women's rights in China
US sports broadcaster Erin Andrews is awarded $55 million (£39m) after she was secretly recorded nude in her hotel room by a stalker.
A scientist leading a study in Brazil has told the BBC's Panorama programme there could be a whole new spike in cases in eight to nine months.
Former world number one Maria Sharapova has revealed she failed a drugs test at the Australian Open.
Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg says he will not run in the US presidential election.
The BBC meets a young Yazidi woman who was abducted, raped and then trafficked by the so-called Islamic State.
More than 1000 migrants have begun leaving an unofficial camp in Dunkirk, for an official camp with proper shelter and facilities.