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His influential entertainment empire included ViacomCBS and Paramount Pictures.
12-08-2020 12:59
The MV Wakashio ran aground on a coral reef on 25 July, and has leaked oil into the ocean.
12-08-2020 10:11
Marjorie Taylor Greene seems set to become the conspiracy theory's first devotee in Congress.
12-08-2020 09:10
Police are accused of brutality as the EU says Sunday's election was "neither free nor fair".
12-08-2020 09:09
Prosecutors open an investigation after allegations made by the ex-head of the state oil company.
12-08-2020 05:14
Police in the southern city of Bangalore opened fire on protesters angered by the Facebook post.
12-08-2020 04:46
It further dispels a myth that Indigenous Australians were solely hunter-gatherers, scientists say.
12-08-2020 04:46
Enoch Adeboye riles social media critics with his views on women, but this has not dented his standing.
12-08-2020 01:05
This is the second year in a row that the wrestler-turned-actor has been declared the top earner.
11-08-2020 23:09
How Ebola prepared one doctor in the Democratic Republic of Congo to treat coronavirus.
11-08-2020 23:03
This year 79 tigers were captured on hidden cameras in Thailand’s Thungyai-Huai Kha Khaeng forest.
11-08-2020 23:03
The California senator is the first black woman and Asian American to be chosen as a running mate.
11-08-2020 21:25
The chain's last store in the US state of Oregon is to give locals the chance to stay the night.
11-08-2020 18:56
Russia's president says the vaccine - named Sputnik-V - has passed checks but experts are sceptical.
11-08-2020 17:53
Police say the lab, built in a converted stables, is the largest ever found in the Netherlands.
11-08-2020 17:13
Will Smith's beloved 1990s sitcom is coming back in a hard-hitting reboot.
11-08-2020 17:10
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An update to Google's blindness assistance app adds AI image recognition for food shopping.
12-08-2020 12:44
The company's rules also explicitly target references to common anti-Semitic stereotypes.
12-08-2020 11:49
A "digital imprint" will make web content as accountable as leaflets and posters, ministers say.
12-08-2020 02:30
The rail firm said free wi-fi was removed from standard-class carriages because of coronavirus.
11-08-2020 14:35
Microsoft is about to launch what it promises will be trouble-free mobile game streaming.
11-08-2020 13:47
The California court gives the two ride-hailing firms 10 days to challenge the ruling.
11-08-2020 13:12
A decision to delete an online alert was exploited by those promoting the multi-billion-pound crime.
11-08-2020 11:56
Ed Bridges, 37, from Cardiff, brought a legal challenge after having his image captured twice.
11-08-2020 09:47
Already being used on a commercial basis, vertical farming tech is expanding into consumer markets.
11-08-2020 08:53
Scott Tracey used the scene from Downfall to portray scenes from company wage negotiations.
10-08-2020 23:56
A new way to produce tiny speakers promises more robust headphones with high quality sound.
10-08-2020 23:01
Some customers have reported problems with their online banking on computers and the app.
10-08-2020 18:18
Toshiba has sold its remaining shares in its former personal computing division.
10-08-2020 11:33
Toshiba has sold its remaining shares in its former personal computing division.
10-08-2020 11:33
A BBC Sport survey uncovered shocking examples of social media abuse sent to sportswomen. Here are three women's stories in their own words.
10-08-2020 05:01
For China's global community, the app provides a vital means of staying in touch with home.
09-08-2020 23:36
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Archaeologists say they've discovered the earliest known bone tools in Europe.
12-08-2020 05:31
Four bones found at Shanklin belonged to a new species of theropod dinosaur, a study finds.
11-08-2020 23:01
The Planet Earth-observation company releases new imagery of Canada's broken Milne Ice Shelf.
11-08-2020 11:10
Huge stocks of greenhouse gases tied up in peatlands could be released as the world warms.
10-08-2020 19:10
European spacecraft track in fine detail the thinning that's occurred at the continent's edge.
10-08-2020 15:37
A metal detectorist discovers a rare hoard of Bronze Age artefacts during an expedition near Peebles.
10-08-2020 00:06
Environmentalist Dr Stephen Marsh-Smith led efforts to establish a network of river trusts.
09-08-2020 15:42
People enhancing their gardens during lockdown may not realise some plants have insecticides.
08-08-2020 15:07
New research says that the lockdown, by itself, will make little difference to climate change.
07-08-2020 09:00
UK peatland emissions could cancel out all carbon reductions from new and existing forests.
07-08-2020 01:08
The first checklist of plants found on the tropical island of New Guinea reveals incredible plant diversity.
06-08-2020 06:43
Fifteen beaver families have been given a permanent home on the River Otter in East Devon.
06-08-2020 04:27
Turning wild spaces into farmland or cities creates opportunities for diseases to cross into humans.
05-08-2020 16:11
A prototype of the engine for SpaceX's next-generation Starship vehicle has made a 150m test "hop".
05-08-2020 13:29
Knocking down defunct structures sends a wrecking ball through carbon targets, architects say.
04-08-2020 23:52
British scientist James Lovelock says population growth means something like the virus is "almost inevitable".
04-08-2020 00:10
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Health minister Edward Argar says it is "evolving and flexing", amid plans to cut 6,000 contact tracers.
11-08-2020 13:00
Dating during lockdown is hard enough in 2020, but how do you deal with it when cancer is in the mix too?
11-08-2020 00:02
The rest will focus on reaching positive cases and their contacts in local areas, alongside local teams.
10-08-2020 15:51
The education secretary says a new coronavirus study supports the government decision to reopen schools.
10-08-2020 09:49
Ministers want nursing jobs in England to be more accessible, but a union says the plan falls short.
10-08-2020 01:28
Residents will be allowed up to three outdoor visitors at a time from Monday, ministers announce.
09-08-2020 16:10
Boris Johnson wants schools in England to be the last sector to close in any future local lockdowns.
09-08-2020 13:28
Hundreds march in Cardiff, Swansea, Bridgend and Merthyr claiming they missed out on latest award.
08-08-2020 16:04
Some kits sent to care homes should be returned, but the government says the risk to safety is low.
08-08-2020 12:05
The new rules apply to cinemas, museums and places of worship as more quarantine restrictions start.
08-08-2020 07:52
A thousand people are expected to march in Cardiff, Swansea, Bridgend and Merthyr over nurses' pay.
07-08-2020 23:01
A deal in which NHS England had access to 92% of private hospitals beds will come to an end.
07-08-2020 16:41
After a low in cases at the end of June, the ONS estimated infections had been rising slightly in July.
07-08-2020 16:31
Janet Wilkie criticises the suspension of breast screenings for the over 70s due to the pandemic.
07-08-2020 16:13
The premature babies were treated in hospitals 60 miles apart but an app kept their parents updated.
07-08-2020 05:32
But the South Korean study couldn't say how much this group actually passed coronavirus on.
07-08-2020 01:59