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Israeli and German leaders express outrage after Mahmoud Abbas accuses Israel of "50 Holocausts".
17-08-2022 10:17
One paddleboarder was knocked into the water by a whale's fin, which clipped his board.
17-08-2022 06:57
Growing shortages of basic goods have led the government to end Fidel Castro's 63-year-old legacy.
17-08-2022 04:04
Henry Reese, who was moderator at the event where the author was stabbed, speaks to the BBC.
17-08-2022 00:38
Experts behind the project claim the technology for "de-extinction" already exists, but others are sceptical.
16-08-2022 23:52
She largely left the spotlight before the 2016 election of Donald Trump, who has become her key ally.
16-08-2022 23:15
The president hails the $700bn (?579bn) act as the "final piece" of his long-stalled domestic agenda.
16-08-2022 22:01
Many Lebanese praised Bassam Hussein after he took hostages in an attempt to access his savings.
16-08-2022 19:15
The singer's attempt to trademark the title causes a dispute with other Christmas-associated stars.
16-08-2022 18:43
A nine-week old baby was among those killed in the attack, which police described as deliberate.
16-08-2022 17:36
A lack of freedom and human rights are affecting Afghan women’s mental health, an activist says.
16-08-2022 17:09
An arms depot is hit a week after an apparent Ukrainian attack on another military base in Crimea.
16-08-2022 16:43
The group - including a pregnant woman and seven children - have been stuck since mid-July.
16-08-2022 14:59
Raila Odinga, who came second in the presidential election, says the process was a travesty.
16-08-2022 14:36
Gunmen kill police guarding a vaccination team in the latest local incident of anti-vaccine violence.
16-08-2022 12:25
The government says it wants to remove a source of tension after Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
16-08-2022 12:05
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The average 16 to 24-year-old watches TV for 53 minutes a day compared with nearly six hours for over-65s.
16-08-2022 23:14
The film and TV industry is switching towards greener energy sources but the transition has challenges.
16-08-2022 23:06
Conversational video tech allowed the late Marina Smith to answer mourners' questions via recordings.
16-08-2022 12:15
Alibaba and Tiktok-owner ByteDance are among firms that have shared information with regulators.
16-08-2022 07:08
The government says new system will give those receiving benefits better access to cheaper broadband.
15-08-2022 14:54
With millions of bags and suitcases going missing this summer, technology may offer the solution.
14-08-2022 23:11
Its IT provider says it may take three or four weeks to fully recover from the cyber-attack.
11-08-2022 12:28
Its IT provider says it may take three or four weeks to fully recover from the cyber-attack.
11-08-2022 12:28
The media giant is gaining subscribers as it details plans to launch an ad-supported service in December.
11-08-2022 06:53
The media giant is gaining subscribers as it details plans to launch an ad-supported service in December.
11-08-2022 06:53
The media giant is gaining subscribers as it details plans to launch an ad-supported service in December.
10-08-2022 22:07
The world's richest man says he needs the money in case he is forced to buy Twitter for $44bn.
10-08-2022 04:35
US President Joe Biden said the new funding for tech would keep the US competitive.
09-08-2022 15:52
The changes will let users silently leave group chats and control who sees their online status.
09-08-2022 07:05
Far from being scary, people who actually live with robots are finding them endearing.
08-08-2022 23:03
Omar Mehtab visits the home of RoboCup champions Tech United to challenge them to a match.
08-08-2022 15:48
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The government begins a new effort to resolve the dispute over the UK's membership of the EU's €100bn Horizon research programme.
16-08-2022 21:35
An official drought has been declared in several parts of England.
16-08-2022 14:54
Heavy rain might seem ideal now for parched areas of the UK, but scientists warn it's a hazard.
15-08-2022 18:14
Nations are trying to agree a treaty to protect the high seas after four decades of trying.
15-08-2022 02:51
An official drought has been declared in parts of southern, central and eastern England, what happens now?
12-08-2022 12:17
What does drought mean and what are the implications for water, food, rivers and wildlife?
12-08-2022 11:53
July saw temperature records broken multiple times.
12-08-2022 09:50
Why climate scientists are trying to fly through Arctic cyclones in a small aircraft.
11-08-2022 01:45
The heatwave will make conditions on England's farms worse as experts warn of smaller harvests.
11-08-2022 01:42
Most of the world's chalk streams are in southern and eastern England and are under particular strain.
10-08-2022 02:19
Scientists hope that a scoring system will lead manufacturers to compete over sustainability.
09-08-2022 04:00
Scientists hope that a scoring system will lead manufacturers to compete over sustainability.
09-08-2022 04:00
The bill seeks to lower the cost of medicines, increase corporate taxes and reduce carbon emissions.
08-08-2022 22:02
The conditions for dry lightning, responsible for devastating California wildfires, have been identified.
08-08-2022 16:24
More people are swapping real lawns for fake but experts are worried about its environmental impact.
06-08-2022 23:01
Macro photographer Geraint Radford says insects have a bad reputation, but they're "funny".
06-08-2022 21:10
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After a decades-long campaign, more than 4,000 people across the UK will get interim payments.
17-08-2022 00:38
Actor Rose Ayling-Ellis worked on the creation of the doll, saying "it's quite powerful" and "such a big deal."
16-08-2022 16:01
Heather James spoke to BBC Breakfast about how her family owe it to her daughter to enjoy life.
16-08-2022 05:17
A new bivalent vaccine made by Moderna that targets two Covid-19 variants has been approved in the UK.
15-08-2022 23:13
Lucy was diagnosed with ADHD at 22 years of age, after being told she'd have to wait two years on the NHS.
15-08-2022 23:03
UK Health Security Agency says clinics could run out of vaccine supplies by the end of August.
15-08-2022 14:26
The upgraded vaccine tackles both the original Covid virus and the newer Omicron variant.
15-08-2022 11:01
Many BAME patients waiting for a donor kidney are blood type B so development could be 'game-changer'
15-08-2022 04:46
Some types of mental health medication may make it difficult for the body to regulate temperature.
13-08-2022 03:50
Dermatologist Adeline Kikam on coping with conditions that can develop in rising temperatures.
12-08-2022 17:04
Health service chiefs have promised some 7,000 extra beds in England to tackle increased demands.
12-08-2022 11:38
The antibody injection had promised a protection boost to those with conditions such as blood cancer.
12-08-2022 09:46
By the time BBC journalist Sarah Lee was able to get doctors to listen, her cancer had spread.
12-08-2022 01:58
Stocks of the vaccine run low in the UK, with a new batch not due to arrive until next month.
11-08-2022 19:53
Official figures from NHS England suggest high demand for emergency services and hospitals.
11-08-2022 11:00
The Met Office says temperatures will be below July's record highs - but this heatwave will last longer.
10-08-2022 13:37