Scientists have found "homing" signals in the brain that help determine a person's ability to navigate.
German doctors have explained how they saved a Ugandan physician with a prototype Ebola drug called FX06, designed to stop haemorrhage.
A survey of drivers aged 15 to 17 killed in US crashes from 2008 to 2013 found 48 per cent had been driving vehicles that were 11 or more years old.
The sister of British student Ben Pocock says grieving for her brother who died on MH17 has been "very strange" because he was meant to be in Australia.
Buckingham Palace says it will remove any hunting trophies that could break European Union rules on endangered species.
The European Court of Justice says people who are obese could be considered disabled, in a ruling that has implications on discrimination in the workplace.
Speaking at his annual press-conference, Vladimir Putin said that the economic downturn will last two years at the most.
Russian strongman Vladimir Putin has ratcheted up his anti-Western rhetoric, accusing them of treating other countries like their underlings.
The average person now lives to 71, compared to 65 a generation ago, even though death rates from some major chronic conditions are on the rise.
A British bookmaker has stopped taking bets on the Queen abdicating, saying it's better to be safe than sorry after it received a "rush of bets".
Pope Francis has congratulated the US and Cuba for the historic thaw announced between the two former Cold War foes.
The British government plans to sell a STG3 billion chunk of its stake in part-nationalised Lloyds Banking Group.
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