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In his first interview the boss of Chinese telecoms firm Huawei, which is banned from bidding for US government contracts, says the group will grow even without the US.
Huawei's chief executive Guo Ping gives his first ever TV interview to the BBC's Linda Yueh, and explains why the firm doesn't need the US market.
Police in Brazil uncover a huge child pornography network hidden in the so-called 'darknet', with 55 people arrested in a year-long operation.
Could cooling and then reheating your meal make it less fattening?
Former Environment Secretary Owen Paterson says the government's energy policy won't "keep the lights on" in Britain.
Why bank cashiers are no longer found behind glass
The zoos where animals roam free
Liberal Democrat MP Tim Farron says third kits are unnecessary and another example of "football clubs fleecing fans".
Political talks in Northern Ireland must "lift the blockages" preventing its power-sharing executive from delivering effective government, says Prime Minister David Cameron.
A 16ft statue of Arthur Wharton, the world's first black professional footballer, will be unveiled at St George's Park.
US tech giants offer to freeze female employees' eggs in the hope of attracting more women to the male-dominated industry.
For years China has sought to limit access to foreign TV and websites which broadcast and publish pictures and information which the government wants to restrict access to