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13-01-2020 19:31
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A plastic bag with money worth $18m (?14m) is found in a wall by one of the drug lord's nephews.
24-09-2020 12:47
The woman in Strasbourg says she was attacked in broad daylight by three men for wearing a skirt.
24-09-2020 12:09
Former Australia batsman Dean Jones dies in India, where he has been working as a television commentator, at the age of 59.
24-09-2020 11:44
Young stars have been criticised after announcing they were abandoning efforts to combat the virus.
24-09-2020 11:04
China has a far bigger network of detention centres than was previously thought, a report says.
24-09-2020 09:12
Zhong Shanshan’s net worth reached $58.7bn thanks to his water and vaccine firms.
24-09-2020 08:51
Alexander Lukashenko took the oath of office in secret after winning re-election in a disputed vote.
24-09-2020 08:35
Anger erupts over a decision to charge no-one with killing the unarmed black woman shot by police.
24-09-2020 07:22
Bilkis, 82, is joined on the list by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and actor Ayushmann Khurana.
24-09-2020 05:50
The man had disappeared from a patrol boat near the border, said the South Korean defence ministry.
24-09-2020 03:42
Nearly 400 whales have died in Australia's worst stranding. Jools Farrell told the BBC how rescuers help those still alive.
24-09-2020 02:54
The US president spoke out after Prince Harry commented alongside his wife on the looming election.
24-09-2020 02:01
The plan comes as Mr Trudeau warns Canada is in the midst of a "second wave" of the pandemic.
23-09-2020 23:43
Adopting a child can be a challenging experience, particularly for one African-American woman, Keia whose three-year-old son Princeton is white.
23-09-2020 23:20
A girl orphaned at two during the 1994 Rwandan genocide finds relatives thanks to social media.
23-09-2020 23:03
Russia's top opposition figure has left hospital but it was his colleagues who gathered the evidence.
23-09-2020 23:01
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Spotify, Epic Games and others unite to campaign against the tech giant's app policies.
24-09-2020 14:06
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he understood "the challenges" around downloading the NHS Covid-19 app.
24-09-2020 11:05
The developers of the space-themed mystery game now say they want to focus on making the original better.
24-09-2020 08:19
Advertisers agree standards with Facebook, Twitter and YouTube over harmful content issues.
23-09-2020 16:56
The app will tell you to self-isolate or be tested or warn of an elevated local risk level.
23-09-2020 15:28
Some used artificial intelligence to make profile pics and posted content about the US election.
23-09-2020 13:27
The Chinese company is facing major shortages amid the latest US trade restrictions.
23-09-2020 11:31
Technology is now trying to fill the void until actors can begin treading the boards again.
23-09-2020 07:23
Plans for lower-cost batteries and a $25,000 car failed to excite investors and firm's value fell by $50bn.
23-09-2020 01:57
The government is asking for the public's opinion on the impact of loot boxes.
22-09-2020 23:05
A health charity wants to know how well England and Wales' contact-tracing app fared in tests.
22-09-2020 23:02
About 500kg of cocaine, heroin and other drugs have been seized as well as guns.
22-09-2020 15:50
About 500kg of cocaine, heroin and other drugs have been seized as well as guns.
22-09-2020 13:53
The Chinese social media firm was grilled by UK MPs about how it deals with online harms.
22-09-2020 13:36
A UK citizen is sentenced to five years in prison and ordered to pay ?1.1m to victims.
22-09-2020 10:46
Court cases face serious delays in the UK and lawyers say more investment in technology would help.
22-09-2020 08:41
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A Cuvier's beaked whale stays under water for almost four hours, leaving scientists puzzled.
24-09-2020 15:06
The government says it is after all ideas for a sovereign satellite-navigation system post-Brexit.
24-09-2020 14:48
The broadcaster gained more than 200,000 followers within an hour of posting his first video.
24-09-2020 11:51
The rich benefit most from a de facto subsidy for home heating, a report says.
24-09-2020 00:12
KitKats and Babybel are among other big brands that did badly in the Which? recycling test.
23-09-2020 23:11
Scientists trace a wobble in the brightness around M87* - the first black hole ever to be imaged.
23-09-2020 14:06
The long-finned pilot whales perished after becoming beached on Tasmania's coast.
23-09-2020 11:34
The findings come after the discovery of 1,200 dinosaur teeth in an ancient river bed in Morocco.
23-09-2020 09:50
Chris Whitty and Sir Patrick Vallance were alarmed by questions over the controversial concept, emails show.
23-09-2020 01:10
A recent study warns that without intervention many of the continent's ancient sites could be lost.
22-09-2020 23:37
China's surprise announcement of a long-term goal to curb emissions boosts UN climate talks.
22-09-2020 21:28
A "green" fund to protect wildlife on England’s farms may be under threat, BBC News has learned.
22-09-2020 13:12
One in five species of maple are threatened in their natural habitats, an extinction study says.
21-09-2020 23:41
A "green" fund to protect wildlife on England’s farms may be under threat, BBC News has learned.
21-09-2020 23:35
UK farmers are complaining of a lack of clarity over how they will be rewarded for tending the land.
21-09-2020 23:35
UK farmers are complaining of a lack of clarity over how they will be rewarded for tending the land.
21-09-2020 23:35
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A leading chain, facing unprecedented demand, suspends its appointment booking system.
24-09-2020 00:02
Kamilah was in a crisis when she found flowers with a note saying 'this is a gift'.
23-09-2020 23:02
Inspectors say CCTV footage appeared to show episodes of "physical and emotional abuse".
22-09-2020 23:02
Xavier Hopkins, who only has 10% of his sight, turned his passion for mountain biking into a career.
22-09-2020 23:02
Nicola Sturgeon says visiting other people's homes will no longer be allowed as part of efforts to slow the virus.
22-09-2020 20:53
Pubs must close earlier, higher fines for not wearing masks, and weddings will again be restricted.
22-09-2020 12:09
Drive-through clinics and extra staff could boost England's biggest flu vaccination programme.
22-09-2020 10:55
Deaths remain low - but government advisers warn they are set to rise again.
22-09-2020 10:24
People can catch flu and coronavirus at the same time with serious or deadly consequences, experts warn.
21-09-2020 23:34
One in five people in the UK is currently subject to local interventions to prevent the spread of Covid, some more stringent than others. Do these local lockdowns work?
21-09-2020 23:33
Hospitality venues will also be restricted to table service only, the PM will announce.
21-09-2020 22:02
Newport, Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil and Blaenau Gwent face new restrictions from 18:00 BST on Tuesday.
21-09-2020 18:26
Alec Carpenter's parents say they are "so proud" of his achievements.
21-09-2020 16:53
In the last seven days, 1,014 people have tested positive for coronavirus in Northern Ireland.
21-09-2020 16:49
People in affected areas will be allowed to look after children from outside their households.
21-09-2020 16:16
The health secretary is asked to use second lockdown “time wisely” by his Labour shadow.
21-09-2020 15:31