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Features & Analysis
There are more than a quarter of a million students from China in colleges in the United States - the highest ever number.
Richard Prince prints off strangers' Instagram photos and sells them for thousands of dollars - he claims it's art, but some of the photographers disagree.
Tim Meek and his family decided they had had enough of their "ordinary" life, so they sold their house and went to live in a caravan.
The story of a young Saudi cancer patient prompted an outpouring of sympathy and cash donations - until it was revealed to be a fake.
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