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13-01-2020 19:31
World newsJump to Hi-TechScienceHealth
Tracking radars are following closely the gradual fall to Earth of a large Chinese rocket vehicle.
07-05-2021 05:36
The first batch of a spirit made with ingredients grown in the Chernobyl exclusion zone is seized.
07-05-2021 05:02
Democrats say the measures are voter suppression but Republicans say they protect election integrity.
07-05-2021 03:47
The girl, likely aged 11 or 12, shot and wounded two of her fellow students and a member of staff.
07-05-2021 01:30
Travel will be more expensive as airlines cannot afford to bring many planes back into service.
06-05-2021 23:45
African countries struggled to get vaccines, but now several of them have thousands of expired doses.
06-05-2021 23:41
It's Europe's most popular cultural event and the Netherlands will host it despite battling a third Covid wave.
06-05-2021 23:35
The incident in Taiwan shows a tendency to allow child abuse in the name of discipline, experts say.
06-05-2021 23:26
A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent.
06-05-2021 23:25
Joe Biden has set the withdrawal deadline for 11 September, but it comes amid escalating violence.
06-05-2021 23:10
New York Congresswoman Elise Stefanik is poised to assume a key role in the party leadership.
06-05-2021 23:03
A musician and his sister in Yangon have been filming for the BBC in Myanmar, where the military seized power three months ago.
06-05-2021 23:00
A chance to shoot a rare buffalo in the famed US National Park drew over 45,000 applicants.
06-05-2021 20:51
The EU's biggest economy rejects the US-backed proposal, saying patents are not hindering production.
06-05-2021 19:46
Mohamed Nasheed is undergoing treatment after the suspected bomb blast in the capital, Male.
06-05-2021 19:22
Ali Shareef al-Emadi is being questioned over alleged abuse of power and the misuse of public funds.
06-05-2021 18:01
Hi-TechJump to World newsScienceHealth
Lockdown spurred many people to invent new products, but how did they get to market?
06-05-2021 23:20
Users say they are being forced to choose between range or speed, or face an unusable network.
06-05-2021 13:58
Almost all of 50 big UK firms tell the BBC staff will divide their time between home and office in future.
06-05-2021 11:59
The social media platform will prompt users to review "potentially harmful or offensive" replies.
06-05-2021 04:31
Research by Which? looked at a selection of older routers still being used by customers.
06-05-2021 01:10
A father and an Oxford student seek a High Court hearing to require age verification on porn sites.
05-05-2021 21:00
In an email, chief executive Sundar Pichai suggests working three days in the office is the way forward.
05-05-2021 17:40
After a move to limit ad tracking by other companies, Apple expands its own advertising business.
05-05-2021 14:54
Rachel Elwell says she is facing bankruptcy after losing money to a scammer.
05-05-2021 05:27
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is likely to continue as now, Dr Beth Breeze says.
04-05-2021 16:16
As part of the deal, Sony will hold a minority stake in the popular gaming chat platform.
04-05-2021 12:16
Artificial intelligence researcher Joy Buolamwini explains why we should question the technology.
04-05-2021 10:03
The Royal Marines are testing out a jet suit to assist in Maritime Boarding Operations.
04-05-2021 09:49
The Oxford study used data from more than 430,000 young people, gathered over 28 years.
04-05-2021 08:00
Images of the couple, who set up the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in 2000, after they announce their divorce.
03-05-2021 23:30
The phasing out of single-use plastics gathers pace with big companies adopting alternatives.
03-05-2021 23:03
ScienceJump to World newsHi-TechHealth
The rocket carried parts of a new space station and now no one knows where and when it will fall.
07-05-2021 04:40
One of the UK's rarest fish is set to benefit from a conservation project to unlock the River Severn.
06-05-2021 23:16
Some 420 million wild animals have been traded in 226 nations over two decades, new data suggests.
05-05-2021 18:04
A study suggests members may have come from southern European coasts, Iberia, and North Africa.
05-05-2021 05:44
Around 40,000 sq m of coral reef has been restored in Indonesia with plans to extend the scheme further.
05-05-2021 04:01
Almost 40 UK companies say proposed laws could accelerate deforestation in the Amazon region.
05-05-2021 03:25
The peregrines distract and dive-bomb the kite to protect their chicks in their cathedral nest.
04-05-2021 15:19
Recent climate change pledges bring the world a fraction closer to Paris goals, analysis suggests.
04-05-2021 15:08
This was the first night-time landing for Nasa astronauts since Apollo 8's return 53 years ago.
02-05-2021 14:46
How a study designated the rare, odd-looking frogmouth the most instagrammable of avian species.
30-04-2021 23:22
Owners of wood burners and open fires will need to burn cleaner alternatives as new rules come into force.
30-04-2021 23:18
Nasa is so pleased with the success of the Ingenuity helicopter, it is extending its mission.
30-04-2021 19:44
Scientists said the microscopic fossil was "exceptionally" preserved in ancient rock in Torridon.
29-04-2021 05:12
A prototype deep sea mining machine is lying stranded on the floor of the Pacific Ocean.
28-04-2021 18:47
Data confirms what many suspected - that nature and green spaces have provided solace during lockdown.
26-04-2021 13:44
SpaceX's Dragon Endeavour spacecraft has docked with the International Space Station.
24-04-2021 13:00
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As the Covid vaccine is rolled out to younger age groups, BBC News looks at what it means for anyone expecting a baby.
06-05-2021 23:00
Last year, deaths rose from March onwards and were mostly related to long-term drinking problems.
06-05-2021 09:57
Mistrust and inequality may explain why vaccine take-up is lower in the black community, say campaigners.
05-05-2021 23:32
Two Olympic hopefuls tell the BBC about the mental health impact of the delay to the Tokyo games.
05-05-2021 23:03
Following the death of his cousin, Dr Dan Gearon created the charity, You Okay, Doc?
05-05-2021 23:03
It's the first country to allow the Pfizer jab for this age group.
05-05-2021 20:35
Overall, the number of adults who feel depressed has doubled since before the pandemic.
05-05-2021 17:17
Almost ?30m of government funding will fast-track vaccines that fight new variants of coronavirus.
05-05-2021 12:37
Lab staff are working long unpaid hours to reduce the impact Covid is having on cancer research.
05-05-2021 11:04
It is "unacceptable" some care home providers are not following government guidance, a new report says.
05-05-2021 01:36
A new variant that can escape the current vaccines is the greatest risk of a third wave, experts say.
05-05-2021 00:12
A mum believes her disabled son is being failed by the social care system.
04-05-2021 23:08
The UK is "likely to be on a steady course now out of this pandemic", Prof Neil Ferguson says.
04-05-2021 19:52
The widow of a father-of-three who died with Covid says she feels "honoured" she could be with him when he died.
04-05-2021 18:01
Sir Simon Stevens has been called the NHS's most significant figure since its founder Aneurin Bevan.
03-05-2021 23:37
Sir Simon Stevens has been called the NHS's most significant figure since its founder, Aneurin Bevan.
03-05-2021 23:37