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Sir Tim Berners-Lee marks 25 years of World Wide Web
The inventor of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, marks the 25th anniversary of his invention, saying that the web gives people "power".
How to counter extremist narrative of IS
Muslim leaders roundly condemn the murder of captive journalist James Foley by jihadi fighters - calling it totally abhorrent - and completely alien to Islam.
Detainees paid pin to money clean and serve food
Detainees at immigration detention centres across the UK are working for as little as £1 an hour, carrying out work that could potentially save private contractors millions of pounds each year.
Has Notting Hill carnival lost its soul?
The Notting Hill Carnival kicks off its 50 year celebrations this weekend - in what's become one of the world's largest street festivals. It started life, though, as a political protest.
On the frontline in Ferguson
Photojournalist Jon Lowenstein has been in Ferguson Missouri since last week as the protests over the shooting of the unarmed teenager Michael Brown have seen anger seethe and simmer.
Must Syria's Assad be part of the west's fight against IS?
The world is waiting to see what the US does next as the crisis in Iraq deepens. America's most senior general Martin Dempsey says if IS is to be defeated, the military offensive will need to be broadened with attacks on militants in Syria and Iraq.
European Space Agency launches two satellites
The European Space Agency has launched two Galileo satellites on a Soyuz rocket from Europe's Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana.
Harry Redknapp invites Paul Gascoigne to train QPR youth tea
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has offered Paul Gascoigne the chance to work at QPR as the former England player continues his battle with alcoholism. Redknapp said he could "do a bit of work with the kids, I’d love it if he could do that.".
Japan sends Hello Kitty into space
Hello Kitty has been sent into space in a bid to promote Japan's high-tech industry.
Ces stars internationales qui passent leurs vacances en France
L’été est aussi synonyme de vacances et de farniente pour les stars. Si certaines célébrités optent pour Malibu ou les Caraïbes, d’autres ont leurs habitudes…en France. Chris Brown, Selena Gomez, Leonardo DiCaprio, Heidi Klum, Sylvester Stallone, Bono, Ridley Scott, Angelina Jolie et Brad Pitt, Hugh Grant... Ils sont tous des habitués de l'Hexagone