A collection of images spanning 64 years has been described as the "historical Google Earth".
When the HIV status of 14,000 in Singapore was leaked, an entire community was left insecure and exposed.
The latest set of 24 images from a group of photographers who document the first 24 hours of each year.
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Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has endured a week of speculation about his future but there was some relief on Thursday in the Europa League.
A campaign for a fly-past started after a BBC presenter's chance meeting in a Sheffield park.
Author Josh Barry spent nine years writing book while also completing two degrees.
Around the world, women tend to be paid less than men. Is Iceland's innovative strategy likely to pay off?
A UN report says the plants, animals and crops crucial to human food systems are in global decline.
For people buried in an avalanche, it's a race against time. Could a drone find you sooner?
A judge says the "most vile" part of the allegedly staged hate crime was the use of a noose.
Jimmy White beats 11-time women's world champion Reanne Evans in the Snooker Shoot Out in Watford.
Two more women come forward with claims of misconduct by the R&B singer after a concert in the 1990s.
The Hayabusa-2 probe descended to the Ryugu asteroid to try to collect a sample from its surface.
Arsenal boss Unai Emery says Mesut Ozil will continue to be rotated after playing the full 90 minutes in the win over Bate Borisov.
Callum Hudson-Odoi scores a marvellous second-half goal as Chelsea cruise into the Europa League last 16 with victory over Malmo.
A new exhibition in New York brings together the life work of JRR Tolkien that went into creating his famous "Middle Earth".
Money raised from the sale of Isaiah Hanson-Frost's footwear will go towards helping to prevent crime.
Jeremy Toljan's sending-off "took the game away" from Celtic, says Brendan Rodgers after his side's European season ends.
Some 200 people sign a letter defending the leader against claims the party is "institutionally anti-Semitic".