Portuguese flee crisis to old colony :: The eurozone crisis has forced many Portuguese to migrate to the former colony of Mozambique in search of jobs and economic prosperity.
A 'sound' idea to reduce poverty :: It's a new idea which could resonate with communities across the developing world -- a biomass stove which also generates electricity using sound waves.
Does supervolcano threaten Earth? :: Under Yellowstone National Park's geysers and springs is a geological time bomb, according to experts.
Quiz: Negotiating office politics ::
Day in pictures: 31 August 2012 :: 24 hours of news photos: 31 August 2012
What happened to China's Bo Xilai? :: His wife may have been convicted of murder two weeks ago but whatever happened to China's Bo Xilai?
Footless footballer to meet Messi :: Brazilian Gabriel Muniz is a footless football player who challenges social norms. Don Riddell reports.
In pictures: Wheelchair basketball in Afghanistan :: Wheelchair basketball in Afghanistan
Clint Eastwood and the empty chair :: It was described as "Romney's Night," but were Hollywood actor-director Clint Eastwood and his chair the real stars?
Week in pictures: 25-31 August 2012 :: News photographs from the past week
World's shortest people meet :: The world's shortest man and woman meet during the making of the Guinness Book of World Records 2013 edition.
Rwandan athletes unite through sport :: The Rwandan sitting volleyball team is made up largely of amputees from the 1994 conflict. Now soldiers who once fought against each other are playing on the same side in the London Paralympic Games.
Syria's grim cycle of violence :: CNN has obtained an extraordinary account of life in Daraya, a besieged suburb of Damascus, and other parts of the Syrian capital over the past two weeks.
Are Syrian forces targeting civilians? :: Human Rights Watch claims Syrian government forces are deliberately striking unarmed people. Warning: Graphic content
Westerwelle: Crisis is in confidence :: The real crisis confronting the eurozone is regaining market confidence, not the euro, German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said Friday.
Why Monaco is playground of rich :: Want to experience nirvana? Just head to Monaco.
Insight: China's steel traders expose banks' bad debts :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/cW1VQg_-bhk/us-china-banks-steel-idUSBRE8810AM20120902
'No evidence' of Amazon attack :: A team of Venezuelan military officers and prosecutors says it has failed to find evidence of a reported mass killing of Yanomami indigenous people.
Can a supervolcano threaten Earth? :: Underneath the natural beauty of Yellowstone National Park is a geological time bomb.
VIDEO: How to test a jet fighter helmet :: Alan Jowett of BAE Systems explains how the modern digital smart helmets that his company manufacture in Rochester, England, are tested before being shipped to customers.
A deserter's 28 years on the run :: How a US Air Force deserter survived 28 years on the run
Inside a Venezuela beauty school :: Sarah Grainger visits a school for beauty queens in Caracas, where children as young as four learn skills they hope will help them become Miss Universe.
Is oil-rich Angola a success story? :: After years of the civil war, Angola is now a regional power as the votes are counted in the nation's second peacetime election.
UK accused over Mubarak-era money :: The UK is failing in its commitment to freeze assets of the regime of former Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak, a BBC investigation finds.
Syrians seek refuge in Turkey :: Syrians flee into Turkey to escape the bombing of their villages. CNN's Nic Robertson reports on their plight.
Coconut oil 'attacks' tooth decay :: Coconut oil attacks the bacteria behind tooth decay and could be used as an ingredient in dental care products, says Irish research.
Mice 'smell again' after therapy :: Researchers believe they have taken the first step towards treating people who have been unable to smell for their whole life.
Pest and disease threats to UK trees :: What are the main threats to British trees?
'Unprecedented threat' for UK trees :: UK trees are facing an "unprecedented level of threat" from non-native pests and diseases, the Forestry Commission warns.
Whatever happened to hospital radio? :: Can hospital radio compete with a new generation of laptops, DVD players and other portable media devices, asks Rob Crossan.