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Meet the Indian dabbawalas and the Lebanese volunteers trying to stop food waste and feed the hungry.
A Indian man who spent 23 years in jail on wrong conviction tells the BBC that he is struggling to start his life afresh at the age of 43.
Why is Norway - population five million - embracing electric cars with such enthusiasm?
BBC Click smashes one of the panels on the world's highest and longest glass-bottomed bridge to see how safe it is.
Muslims at a mosque in Muhammad Ali's hometown, Louisville, talk about what the boxer and convert to Islam meant to them.
The economist Pedro Pablo Kuczynski wins a cliff-hanger presidential election in Peru, but unclear ballots must be settled by electoral court.
Euro 2016 kicks off on Friday amid tight security, and half a million British football fans will be going to France over the next few weeks.
Lenovo unveils two distinctive phones - one with Tango augmented reality tech, the other with snap-on modules.
Significant gains are made by Libyan forces fighting to recapture the central city of Sirte from the so-called Islamic State, officials say.
Vice President Joe Biden pens an open letter to the Stanford University sexual assault victim whose own message to her assailant went viral.
A new shelter aims to provide a safe haven for women who are targets of domestic abuse in some of Sydney's most affluent areas, writes Ashley Donnelly.
UN chief Ban Ki-moon says he faced "unacceptable" pressure to remove Saudi Arabia from a blacklist over child casualties in Yemen.
Fans of Muhammad Ali and worshippers attend a Muslim prayer service to honour the legendary boxer in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky.