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The government wants secondary school students to harvest crops to help frontline fighters.
03-12-2021 17:28
Karl Nehammer is chosen as party leader and next chancellor in a bid to end days of turmoil.
03-12-2021 12:03
A former housekeeper said Ghislaine Maxwell acted as 'lady of the house' at Jeffrey Epstein's US home.
03-12-2021 09:09
The US winter plan includes millions of free tests and stricter rules for international passengers.
03-12-2021 07:47
Health officials say the two patients with the new strain have shown mild symptoms.
03-12-2021 05:48
An interpreter who had to flee Afghanistan is given a new home by a woman who was moved by his plight.
03-12-2021 05:35
The US Congress passes a bill to fund federal agencies until 18 February, avoiding a costly shutdown.
03-12-2021 05:29
But the 63-year-old US actor says he did not pull the trigger on the set of the Rust film in October.
03-12-2021 05:00
Activists warn restoring 'Remain in Mexico' at the border will result in "torture, rape, and death".
03-12-2021 03:10
The move comes after the company came under intense scrutiny from regulators in the US and China.
03-12-2021 03:09
At least 26m people are struggling for food across northern Kenya, Somalia and southern Ethiopia.
03-12-2021 00:31
Kuttiyamma, from the southern Indian state of Kerala, aced a government test that measures literacy.
03-12-2021 00:25
Kuttiyamma, from the southern Indian state of Kerala, aced a government test that measures literacy.
03-12-2021 00:25
Turkey's national currency has plummeted 45% against the dollar this year
03-12-2021 00:22
A selection of the best photos from the African continent and beyond.
03-12-2021 00:14
A WW2 air raid on Broome killed scores of people - historians say it should be better remembered.
03-12-2021 00:12
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LJ Rich looks at the best of the week's technology news stories.
03-12-2021 15:28
The ride-hailing firm has resolved a long-standing row with California officials over its records.
03-12-2021 14:05
Regulators in the UK and Europe are also investigating the proposed purchase of the chip designer.
03-12-2021 12:55
The new rule lets debt collectors text and direct message millions of Americans who default on loans.
03-12-2021 04:13
Shares start trading in ride-hailing firm Grab which has used a shell company for its flotation.
02-12-2021 17:44
The company said it was aware of an issue affecting TV services and is working to fix it.
02-12-2021 14:51
Days after Jack Dorsey resigned as chief executive of Twitter, his other company is changing its name.
02-12-2021 13:58
The addresses of more than 1,000 people, including Sir Elton John and Gabby Logan, were shared online.
02-12-2021 11:40
Washington is joining other governments in scrutinising the rapidly expanding sector more closely.
02-12-2021 00:02
Dating app Tinder's founders claimed in court that Match had undervalued the firm by $10bn in 2017.
01-12-2021 19:49
The company had blocked searches for the US teen - and removed praise and support for him
01-12-2021 17:57
Scientists say they have made a major step forward in storing information in molecules of DNA.
01-12-2021 16:03
Its Edge browser has added a credit scheme - which users have labelled as "exploitative".
01-12-2021 14:54
Twitch's suspicious-user detection system uses machine learning to spot those trying to evade bans.
01-12-2021 13:57
With a similar landscape to other worlds, it could aid research into extra-terrestrial missions.
01-12-2021 10:59
Residents can, according to website Uswitch.com, download a two-hour film in 47 seconds.
01-12-2021 10:02
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A gene editing technique may prevent the slaughter of animals not needed by the livestock industry.
03-12-2021 10:01
The oil giant said the economic case for investment in the controversial project was "not strong enough".
02-12-2021 22:09
Ministers are told they must agree tougher policies to get the UK on track to meet goals set at COP26.
02-12-2021 07:12
The empty brown fields of winter countryside could be transformed under new land subsidy rules for England.
02-12-2021 02:09
The 2021 Atlantic hurricane season has now officially ended, and it's been the third most active on record.
01-12-2021 21:07
The number of cyclists being killed on rural English roads rose sharply over the last year.
01-12-2021 01:29
Ethics experts publish a report as the government considers whether to allow gene-edited farm animals.
01-12-2021 01:27
The fungal networks in soil can help fight climate change but are under threat, experts say.
30-11-2021 09:14
Efforts to create "green jobs" need to intensify if the government is to meet its target, a report says.
29-11-2021 00:02
Nasa has asked the private sector to design new spacesuits that can be used on the Moon.
26-11-2021 00:08
The mosaic, part of a villa complex, is said to be one of the most significant found in Britain.
25-11-2021 06:16
Olaf Scholz will head a three-party coalition with broad plans for transition to a green economy.
24-11-2021 17:04
A spacecraft has started its journey as it aims to deliberately nudge an asteroid off course.
24-11-2021 06:38
English universities begin programmes to attract more ethnic minority students into research.
24-11-2021 03:47
Experts say hydrofluorocarbons, which are used in fridges and aerosols, make global warming worse.
23-11-2021 12:01
The climate pattern can lead to significant weather changes in different parts of the world.
23-11-2021 05:19
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A major report reveals who in society has been hit hardest by each wave of Covid in the UK.
03-12-2021 01:19
Researchers say there are signs the boosters would still offer protection against new variant Omicron.
03-12-2021 01:13
The new Omicron variant has now become dominant, the country's top medical scientists say.
02-12-2021 17:42
Another case of the new variant of Covid-19 has been reported in Scotland, bringing the total to 10.
02-12-2021 08:44
It's called sotrovimab and should cut the risk of severe illness, even for new variants such as Omicron, say scientists.
02-12-2021 08:39
In an exclusive interview, Dr Albert Bourla says jabs have saved millions of lives.
02-12-2021 07:39
Researchers in Cardiff and the US work out how the Covid jab may be linked to the extremely rare clots.
02-12-2021 06:55
In an exclusive interview, Albert Bourla hits out at the "rubbish" that has been published about him.
02-12-2021 06:11
People should try to reduce Covid transmission so we can all enjoy Christmas "knees up", Therese Coffey says.
02-12-2021 03:02
Take lateral flow test before socialising, health secretary suggests at start of two-month booster push.
01-12-2021 22:31
Dr Anthony Napier said there was no link between Aids and blood transfusions in a newspaper article.
01-12-2021 15:30
Labour has called for the reintroduction of pre-departure tests for travellers bound for the UK.
01-12-2021 11:39
The heath secretary says people should however be "a bit cautious".
01-12-2021 09:34
Children in the category are much more likely to end up in hospital with Covid, a study finds.
01-12-2021 06:31
NHS England is to give new guidance to health staff about the rollout, as the government tries to beat Omicron.
01-12-2021 02:48
What is the chance that after-work drinks with colleagues will turn into a Covid superspreader event?
01-12-2021 00:39