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VIDEO: Cockroaches evolve to beat traps
A mutant strain of cockroach that can outsmart the sugar traps used to kill them has evolved, scientists in the US have found.
VIDEO: The book clubs that find bestsellers
Hookline Books have started a new way of finding bestsellers with book groups at the heart of the decision-making process.
VIDEO: Africa Beats: Afrikaans rapper Jaak
The Afrikaans rapper, Jaak, uses hip-hop to raise the consciousness of his people, whom he calls the ''brown'' underclass of Paarl in South Africa.
VIDEO: One-minute World News
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
VIDEO: Journey into an Icelandic volcano
Dr Freysteinn Sigmundsson shows the BBC's Neil Bowdler around the Thrihnukagigur volcano in Iceland.
VIDEO: Openly gay US Boy Scouts allowed
The Boy Scouts of America organisation has voted to welcome openly gay scouts from January 2014, but a ban on openly gay adult scout leaders will remain in place.
VIDEO: Croatian PM on relations with Serbia
Croatia's Prime Minister, Zoran Milanovic, tells HARDtalk's Stephen Sackur he wants to build a good relationship with Serbia.
VIDEO: Building boom in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia's construction industry is booming but while smart Dubai-style units are springing up in big cities, the country is still facing a growing housing crisis.
VIDEO: Iron Man 3 is a superhero in China
Disney's Iron Man 3 film is set to become China's highest-grossing film of all time, opening the door for more business from Hollywood.
VIDEO: King wins first female Gershwin prize
Singer-songwriter Carole King has become the first female to win the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.
VIDEO: South Africa's 'rising confidence'
Andrew Harding at how South Africa's economy is changing, as the Organisation of African Unity celebrates its 50th anniversary.
VIDEO: Singapore's ethical jewellery outlet
Design Up Asia is a hand-made jewellery business with a difference - its products are sold online but many of its staff are women who work from home.
VIDEO: Black bear roams Los Angeles suburb
Aerial footage shot by Los Angeles police shows a black bear on the loose in a Los Angeles suburb before it was caught by wildlife officials.
VIDEO: Film charts China's thirst for red wine
A new documentary film looks at the dramatic impact of China's growing fascination with fine French wines.
VIDEO: Afghans discouraged from inter-marrying
Afghan authorities want to discourage the practice of inter-family marriages as the children of such couplings can sometimes have serious health issues.
VIDEO: All mod cons in Ghana's building boom
Ghana's fast growing economy is experiencing a building boom - the BBC's George Alagiah takes a tour of a new luxury apartment in Accra.
AUDIO: Ray Manzarek 'a stellar musician'
Former Rolling Stone editor Ben Fong-Torres pays tribute to his friend, The Doors keyboardist, Ray Manzarek, who has died aged 74 after a long battle with cancer.
VIDEO: Will Israel bomb Iran?
Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen explores what might happen if Iran continues with its nuclear programme.
VIDEO: Cuba reopens sugar mills
Cuba is reopening some of its mothballed sugar mills to try to take advantage of rising sugar prices.
VIDEO: The future Ethiopia only dreamed of
George Alagiah reports on how Ethiopia has overcome adversity and is now showing some of the fastest growth rates in the world.
VIDEO: Iraqis 'helping fight Syrian holy war'
The BBC has seen evidence that the Syrian regime is getting support from Shia fighters crossing into the country from Iraq.
VIDEO: Toilet paper shortage in Venezuela
The government of Venezuela is trying to import 50 million rolls of toilet paper before supermarket shelves run out of stock.
VIDEO: Evita's memorabilia goes on tour
An exhibition of personal memorabilia which belonged to the Argentine icon Eva Peron is going on tour in a number of Latin American countries.
VIDEO: Rwandan Congo proxy claims 'ridiculous'
Rwandan President Paul Kagame dismisses allegations that his country has used proxy forces in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
VIDEO: Teenager plans to go to Mars by 2030
Fifteen-year-old Abby Harrison is already training to become an astronaut and hopes to reach Mars by 2030.
VIDEO: China film censorship 'terrible'
Film director Sir Alan Parker says he is appalled at how blockbuster films like Titanic and Ironman are being edited to satisfy Chinese censors.
VIDEO: City lit up after 20 years in dark
After years of conflict, it can be difficult to imagine the people of Mogadishu enjoying a nightlife.
VIDEO: From tyres to shoes in Ethiopia
George Alagiah has been to a shoe factory with a difference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
VIDEO: Ai Weiwei makes art from milk tins
Artist Ai Weiwei has created a map of China made entirely out of tins of formula milk, to highlight tensions over tainted baby food.
VIDEO: Gumball rally sets off from Denmark
Up to 100 predominantly luxury cars are taking part in the Gumball 3000 rally in which some of the world's richest petrol-heads get to flaunt their wealth during a drive that will take them through Europe.