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Google has pledged to give €150m ($163m; £107m) to European news publishers and journalism-focused start-ups over the next three years. The funds - which are part of a wider package - will be used to support the organisations' efforts to earn money from their own online coverage...
The state of New York is to turn off non-essential lights in state-run buildings to help birds navigate their migratory routes in spring and autumn. Migrating birds are believed to use stars to navigate but they can be disorientated by electric lights, causing them to crash into buildings.
Thousands of troops and outside police officers have been deployed to the US city of Baltimore, following violent protests linked to the death of a black man fatally injured in police custody. On Monday, hundreds of people set fires, looted stores and confronted police across the city.
Protesters in Baltimore have taken to the streets following the death in police detention of 25-year-old Freddie Gray. Aleem Maqbool, who covered both the Baltimore protests and the Ferguson protests over the shooting of Michael Brown, assesses the two situations.
Ten bikers said to be from the Russian nationalist Night Wolves group have been turned back at the Polish border with Belarus. The bikers had planned to cross Poland on their way to Berlin to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two in May.
Aspartame-free cans of the drink will go on sale from August in America, but not in Britain. Regulators in the UK and the US insist aspartame is still safe to use in soft drinks.
Scientists have built a flexible aluminium battery which they say could be a cheap, fast-charging and safe alternative to current designs. The protoype consists of a soft pouch, containing aluminium for one electrode and a graphite foam for the other - all surrounded by a special liquid salt.
Last year a record 1,215 rhinos were slaughtered for their horns in South Africa - and at the same time, 42 poachers were killed by rangers and police. This bloody conflict is fuelled by the mistaken belief in Asia that rhino horn cures cancer, and it's growing more intense every year...
Seventy-two safe deposit boxes were opened in a raid in London's Hatton Garden over the Easter weekend. How did the thieves do it? Declan Lawn learned how to abseil, break locks and drill through concrete in an effort to retrace their steps...
The iconic name Brontosaurus, once used to describe a family of huge dinosaurs, has been resurrected after being killed off more than a century ago. In 1903, scientists decided Brontosaurus was a more complete specimen of a different dinosaur.
The iconic name Brontosaurus, once used to describe a family of huge dinosaurs, has been resurrected after being killed off more than a century ago. In 1903, scientists decided Brontosaurus was a more complete specimen of a different dinosaur.
California Governor Jerry Brown has instituted new water restrictions as the state's reservoirs have fallen to perilously low levels - but will the rules change how Californians see water? California is facing a catastrophic environmental disaster...
It follows an investigation by BBC Radio Kent which found the certificates for sale on the internet for £500. Posing as a customer, reporters found a website offering certificates from dozens of UK institutions, including the universities of Kent and Surrey.
Pornography websites must adopt age-restriction controls or face closure, the Conservatives say. Culture Secretary Sajid Javid said the party would ensure under-18s were prevented from seeing adult content.
A Turkish court has ordered blocks on Twitter and YouTube for sharing photos of a hostage taken during an armed siege last week. The blocks have been imposed because images of a deadly siege were being shared via the social networks.
Gmail users around the world saw errors and safety warnings over the weekend after Google forgot to update a key part of the messaging software. Google said a "majority" of users were affected by the short-term software problem...
Gmail users around the world saw errors and safety warnings over the weekend after Google forgot to update a key part of the messaging software. Google said a "majority" of users were affected by the short-term software problem...
Macaque monkeys appear to have become an unlikely roadblock in the development of internet services in the northern Indian city of Varanasi.
More and more teachers are facing abuse on social media, a teaching union says. Sexist, racist and homophobic remarks were being used against staff, as well as offensive comments about appearance, the NASUWT said.

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