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1 Global decline of wildlife linked to child slavery
New research suggests the global decline in wildlife is connected to an increase in human trafficking and child slavery. Ecologists say the shortage of wild animals means that in many countries more labour is now needed to find food.
2 When time stood still
23 July 2014 Last updated at 12:24 ET When time stood still When time stood still A Hiroshima survivor's story Enter 'When time stood still' is an immersive story told through text, images and video, best viewed on an up-to-date browser.
3 Wreckage of Algeria passenger plane found in Mali
The wreck of a plane that disappeared with 116 people on board on a flight from Burkina Faso to Algiers has been found in Mali, officials say. The Burkina Faso army said the plane, operated by Algeria's national airline Air Algerie, had crashed about 50km (30 miles) from the Burkinabe border.
4 Algeria airliner feared crashed on flight from Burkina Faso
24 July 2014 Last updated at 12:34 ET Algeria airliner feared crashed on flight from Burkina Faso A passenger plane carrying 116 people is feared to have crashed on a flight from Burkina Faso to the Algerian capital Algiers.
5 Why Americans soon lost interest in putting men on the moon
Forty-five years ago this week, millions of people watched as the astronauts of Apollo 11 became the first men to walk on the moon. Neil Armstrong's words, "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind", have become an iconic symbol of Nasa's great achievement.
6 Browser 'fingerprints' help track users
Web users are being warned about a novel tracking system that watches what they do online and frustrates tools designed to prevent them being tracked. The warning comes from researchers who have found the tracking system being used on thousands of websites.
7 Canvas fingerprinting
Canvas fingerprinting is a online digital tracking technology that allows websites to uniquely identify and track visitors without the use of browser cookies or other similar means. The technique was originally described by researchers from Princeton University and KU Leuven University.[1][2][3]
8 India doctors remove 232 teeth from boy's mouth
Doctors in India have extracted 232 teeth from the mouth of a 17-year-old boy in a seven-hour operation. Ashik Gavai was brought in with a swelling in his right jaw, Dr Sunanda Dhiware, head of Mumbai's JJ Hospital's dental department, told the BBC.
9 Witness: The end of British rule in India
British rule of India ended in 1947 after nearly 100 years. Until that moment, a small number of Britons administered large swathes of the country and led a privileged life.
10 New alien world has longest year
Astronomers in the US have spotted a distant world with the longest year of any planet beyond our Solar System. The exoplanet, which was discovered in data from Nasa's Kepler Space Telescope, completes one circuit of its star every 704 days.
11 Three person IVF plans 'progress' in UK
The creation of babies using sperm and eggs from three people has moved a step closer in the UK. But a number of technical and scientific details need to be finalised before the plans go before Parliament.
12 Dozens placed in quarantine after China plague death
Part of a city in north-west China has been sealed off and dozens of people placed in quarantine after a man died of bubonic plague, state media said. The man died in Yumen city, Gansu province, on 16 July.
13 MH17 plane crash: Victims begin journey home from Ukraine
The first plane carrying victims' bodies from crashed flight MH17 has left Ukraine for the Netherlands, where experts will begin identifying them. The Dutch prime minister will meet the plane in Eindhoven, amid a national day of mourning for the victims.
14 MH17 crash: Challenges of forensic investigation
Three teams of international experts have now reached the wreckage of the Malaysia Airlines plane that crashed in eastern Ukraine on 17 July. World leaders have called for the investigation to start urgently but there are fears that the crash site may been compromised.
15 Hot car deaths: The children left behind
Every few days in the US, there are local media reports about young children dying from heatstroke, or being rescued, after being left to bake in parked cars. Why does it happen so often?
16 Ask the Sexpert: The 90-year-old sex guru
Sex education is a controversial issue in India, but one man has done more than anyone to promote discussion of the subject. Dr Mahinder Watsa's unusually frank and funny daily newspaper column has become a cult hit.
17 DrupalCon Latin America
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18 US father takes unclaimed African kingdom so his daughter can be a princess
To fulfill a promise to his seven-year-old daughter that she could be a princess, one man laid claim to desert land between Egypt and Sudan A father from Virginia has gone to extreme lengths for his daughter, flying to Africa and claiming a “kingdom” be
19 Was Dale Bolinger a cannibal or creep?
21 July 2014 Last updated at 06:51 ET Was Dale Bolinger a cannibal or creep? BBC News A nurse has been convicted of grooming and trying to lure a 14-year-old girl to England because he allegedly wanted to kill and eat her.
20 Park End woman bitten by police dog dies
Irene Collins, of Park End, Teesside, was bitten several times about the body by the German shepherd as Cleveland Police searched for a male suspect near Penrith Road on Wednesday. She was taken to James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough, but the force has confirmed she died at the weekend.


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