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Rosetta hunts for comet touch down site for Philae lander

It's millions of miles away, looks like a giant potato and space engineers have to land a probe the size of a washing machine on to its surface. And the probe can't be steered once it's been released from companion craft Rosetta.

Al Qaeda vs. ISIS for jihadist leadership

One man more interested than most in what President Barack Obama will have to say in his address to the nation tonight is al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri.

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Is it ISIS, ISIL or Islamic State?

Whatever you call the jihadist group known for its brutal acts, there is no denying it has captured the world's attention.

China's burgeoning hip-hop scene

For the first time, China's most popular outdoor music festival boasted a stage exclusively for rap and hip-hop.

How did Briton become suicide bomber in Syria?

Abdul Waheed Majeed first hit the headlines in 1982. A faded clipping from his hometown newspaper in Crawley, just outside London, carried a photo of the then 10-year-old clutching his pet cat "Billy." The full-page report, titled "Cat On A Hot Roof" told how young Majeed raced into the burning wreckage of his mother's corner store and rescued his furry friend.

Michael Schumacher out of hospital, 'difficult road' still ahead

Former F1 champion Michael Schumacher has been discharged from a Swiss hospital and is returning to his home, where he'll continue his recovery from head injuries suffered in a skiing accident last year, his spokeswoman said Tuesday.

Abu Dhabi's new super mall

On a man-made island in the Middle East, the world's newest super mall sits empty -- for now.

U.S. may have ID'd Foley's executioner

U.S. law enforcement officials believe they may have identified the masked man seen in the ISIS video of the killing of American journalist James Foley, two U.S. officials say.

Why MH17 report avoids word 'missile'

The report into Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 tells us that MH17 was brought down by "high energy objects" which were of "external causes" and never once uses the words missile. How can this be?

Ukraine prisoners of war released under ceasefire deal

Twenty Ukrainian prisoners of war have been released under the ceasefire between Kiev and pro-Russian rebels signed in Minsk, Belarus, last week, Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko said Monday.