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The US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has played a rendition of Neil Young's Rockin' in the Free World with a local band on his surprise trip to Kyiv.
14-05-2024 21:09
H?cke has led the Alternative for Germany's (AfD) regional branch in Thuringia since the party was founded in 2013
14-05-2024 20:41
Nicknamed "The Fly", he reportedly had links to the drugs trade and was freed when armed men attacked a prison van.
14-05-2024 20:36
Many streets in the southern Gaza city now lie empty, the UN says, as an Israeli operation continues.
14-05-2024 19:10
The Canadian writer was known as the "master of the contemporary short story".
14-05-2024 19:07
Organisers say they are working on solutions to address bad behaviour near the art installation.
14-05-2024 18:54
The front line has turned from a relative stalemate to a major Russian offensive in a week.
14-05-2024 18:42
At least two prison officers have died after the vehicle - which was carrying a prisoner at the time - was ambushed near Rouen in Normandy.
14-05-2024 17:25
Georgia's parliament voted through a law that critics say could be used to threaten civil liberties.
14-05-2024 16:50
Actor Charlotte Lewis says he defamed her by calling her a liar when she accused him of rape.
14-05-2024 15:51
A member of the UN's safety team was killed in Rafah on their way to a hospital, the agency says.
14-05-2024 14:55
Oliver Dowden raises allegations in a BBC report that forces were "told to kill" for futuristic city.
14-05-2024 13:57
A tornado sent debris flying through the air when it touched down in the US state of Pennsylvania on Saturday.
14-05-2024 13:53
There have been weeks of mass street protests in the capital sparked by a divisive "foreign agent" law.
14-05-2024 13:51
After a decades-long love affair with Ghana, the US musical icon is granted citizenship.
14-05-2024 13:28
Protesters angry at the lack of progress in the case of the 43 missing students threw firecrackers.
14-05-2024 12:54
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The internet outage in East Africa highlights the fragility of the continent's online connections.
14-05-2024 14:58
The auction house's website is down as it seeks to sell items ranging from high art to rare wine.
14-05-2024 12:28
The role has been split into two separate top jobs, dividing up hardware and software.
14-05-2024 11:47
OpenAI has unveiled a new, faster version of its generative AI tool, ChatGPT.
14-05-2024 09:12
Chinese firm MineOne Partners has been ordered to sell land it owns near a US nuclear missile site.
14-05-2024 02:08
India is hoping that biogas, produced from farm waste, will curb its reliance on imported gas.
13-05-2024 23:06
The test comes amid concern about the vulnerability of satellite navigation systems to blocking.
13-05-2024 17:18
Shares in Gamestop, the original meme stock, surge again as 'Roaring Kitty' returns online.
13-05-2024 16:02
The game's developers said the controversial terms gamers were told to agree to was a miscommunication.
13-05-2024 11:22
The Oxford study comes as concern about the impact of internet use prompts laws in many countries.
12-05-2024 23:04
As Twitter and Facebook both now offer paid subscription, what impact is it having?
11-05-2024 23:35
BBC Analysis editor Ros Atkins looks at what what is being done to prevent minors seeing harmful content.
11-05-2024 05:25
Patients say the device allows them to reduce the number of hospital visits involved in cancer care.
10-05-2024 21:11
The technology giant apologised after Hugh Grant and others criticised the "tone deaf" iPad advert.
10-05-2024 00:21
Baidu's Qu Jing tells workers she does not care for them because, 'I am not your mum'.
09-05-2024 05:20
The media giants are under pressure to attract more subscribers to their streaming services.
09-05-2024 03:35
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Clues hidden deep in their trunks shows just how unprecedented last year's heat was.
14-05-2024 15:01
A new national food security report finds the UK is too reliant on imports of fruit and vegetables.
14-05-2024 13:52
Twenty-seven new sites have been designated for summer pollution monitoring.
13-05-2024 01:04
Frantic efforts are being made to save the endangered mountain chicken frog, native to just two Caribbean islands.
12-05-2024 00:26
Frantic efforts are being made to save the endangered mountain chicken frog, native to just two Caribbean islands.
12-05-2024 00:26
Alok Shukla has spent years fighting to protect a key Indian forest from mining companies.
11-05-2024 23:24
A rare solar storm made the aurora borealis visible across the UK, including across the south.
11-05-2024 12:09
A conservationist is on a mission to keep a Welsh island a sanctuary for native red squirrels.
11-05-2024 00:46
A solar storm of this scale can cause disruptions to infrastructure such as the power grid.
10-05-2024 21:49
The local wildlife trust hopes the tunnels will boost the reptile's numbers by encouraging mating.
10-05-2024 17:05
One of the most common types of mosquito has been identified for the first time in locations across Scotland.
10-05-2024 05:21
The policy comes despite global calls to drastically phase out fossil fuels to reach climate targets.
09-05-2024 03:49
Targets to improve England's rivers, lakes and coastal water will fall well short, a key watchdog finds.
09-05-2024 01:12
John McFall is studying whether it's possible for someone with a physical disability to go to space.
09-05-2024 01:07
Every single day of the past 12 months has seen a new global sea temperature high for the time of year.
08-05-2024 02:00
Midges blown from northern Europe could spread a serious virus across farms in England, experts warn.
07-05-2024 00:17
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Sophie Harvey, of St Mary’s Road, Cirencester, is accused of taking the drug to end her pregnancy.
14-05-2024 15:05
Shannon Bowe's family want UK hotel chains to stop hosting Turkish surgery "clinics" and sales days.
14-05-2024 14:12
The jab could reduce heart attack and stroke risks regardless of the amount of weight people lose.
14-05-2024 10:34
Richard Scolyer has undergone a new treatment for glioblastoma, based on his own melanoma research.
14-05-2024 05:50
The Conservatives are not on track to increase spending by 3.3% a year above inflation in England.
14-05-2024 01:27
Addicts at risk of an opioid overdose in England will get supplies of the antidote for emergency use.
13-05-2024 23:48
A bill to allow assisted dying for the terminally ill is expected to pass a key parliamentary stage.
13-05-2024 23:14
Hundreds of women have contacted BBC News with their traumatic experiences of giving birth.
13-05-2024 17:33
The health minister questioned whether a cross-community vote to extend lockdown was 'morally right'.
13-05-2024 15:59
Hundreds of women have contacted BBC News with their traumatic experiences of giving birth.
13-05-2024 11:46
The once a day pill Tafamidis is now available on the NHS in England.
13-05-2024 06:26
Families torn apart by the infected blood scandal break their silence to BBC Panorama.
13-05-2024 04:45
Changes in postnatal care are also required, MPs say after hearing "harrowing" evidence from UK women.
13-05-2024 04:03
MPs heard "harrowing stories" from women, including some who said they were left in blood-soaked sheets.
13-05-2024 04:03
The US hospital which carried out the operation said Rick Slayman's death was not a result of the transplant.
12-05-2024 11:43
Five babies have died from the infection amid a rise in cases in the UK.
10-05-2024 12:23