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This Adidas factory in India makes shoes and clothes out of polyester from recycled plastic bottles.
Photographer Hugh Kinsella Cunningham captures close-up portraits of some of the world's most dangerous snakes.
Mohammed Morsi, the Islamist leader ousted by the army in 2013, dies after collapsing in a courtroom.
Hosts France finish top of Group A after a twice-taken penalty by Wendie Renard against Nigeria in an incident-packed finish in Rennes.
Golf ball-sized hail hits the Drome region of France, causing widespread damage.
Norway score twice from the spot as they secure their place in the Women's World Cup last 16 with victory over South Korea.
The conservative student says the university revoked his offer for racist remarks he made when he was 16.
Wendie Renard scores the winner from a retaken VAR penalty in an incident-packed finish to France's 1-0 win over Nigeria in Rennes.
South Korea score a wonderful first goal of the tournament as Lee Geum-min produces a lovely flick to Min-ji Yeo who bundles into the net to reduce the deficit against Norway to 2-1.
The final round of Women's World Cup group-stage matches is under way. Who is through and who will join them?
Britain's Johanna Konta wins in straight sets but Heather Watson loses on day one of the Nature Valley Classic in Birmingham.
Chanchal Lahiri, with his legs and hands shackled, tried to recreate Harry Houdini's famous trick.
Germany punish an error-strewn display from South Africa to finish top of Group B at the Women's World Cup.
Spain and China both reach the World Cup knockout stage after playing out a goalless draw in Le Havre.
It will exceed the amount allowed under a nuclear deal, amid heightened tensions over US sanctions.
Watch Shakib Al Hasan and Liton Das' best moments as they put on 189 to help Bangladesh pull off the second highest chase in World Cup history and beat West Indies by seven wickets.
Shakib Al Hasan hits a sublime unbeaten 124 as Bangladesh pull off the second highest chase in World Cup history to beat West Indies.
Mohammed Morsi was Egypt's first democratically elected president before being overthrown in 2013.
Frank Lampard becoming Chelsea manager "looks like it's going to happen", his uncle Harry Redknapp tells BBC Radio 5 Live.
Beer brewed at Belgium’s St Sixtus Abbey is to be sold online in a bid to dampen black market sales.
The president's thoughts on coughing, UFOs and how he is more mistreated than even Abraham Lincoln.
England pace bowler Mark Wood on which England team-mates would suit reality TV, and sitting in the garden wearing his pyjamas.
The French telecoms billionaire Patrick Drahi is buying the art auction house for $3.7bn.
One of the suspects was arrested two days after fleeing a hospital with a head injury.
The socialite and a designer jeans pioneer had been suffering from stomach cancer.
The technology company tweeted its QLED-branded sets should be scanned once every few weeks.
Police in Arizona say they are investigating a video and have issued a public apology.
Much mirth ensues after a politician's press conference is accidentally live-streamed with a cat filter.
Ecuador’s decision to allow US planes to use a San Cristobal airfield prompts environmental concerns.
The founder of the Chinese telecoms giant says overseas sales of its mobile phones have sunk 40%.
The return of Top Gear and its new presenting team is welcomed by critics.
Ahead of his tennis return, Andy Murray reflects on his hip surgery and enjoying life pain-free.
Prominent Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong calls on the city's leader Carrie Lam to step down.
The BBC has uncovered evidence that prescription drugs have been taken out of circulation by health workers and sold on illegally.
Marine biologist Ilena Zanella vowed to save the shark after diving with them off Costa Rica.
Technology is making it possible to tailor treatments to ever smaller groups of patients.
The annual remaking of the last remaining Inca rope bridge at Q'eswachaka in Peru.
The internet has been shut down but pro-democracy protesters are finding ways to fight back.
The Greens' election success reshapes the agenda as EU leaders decide the bloc's priorities.
The wife of former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn speaks out about his detention and campaign to free him.
The wife of the former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn wants pressure put on Japan over his legal battle.
England are in a far better position to beat Japan than when they met in a "painful" World Cup semi-final four years ago, says defender Lucy Bronze.
Australia has about 100 indigenous languages at risk of being lost - so how do you save them?
Jan Broberg from Abducted in Plain Sight tells BBC Radio 5 Live how abuser lied to control her.
On this day in 2015, Trump said he was running for president. How did people react - and what did they get wrong?