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The legendary singer surprised guests on the opening night his Broadway musical 'A Beautiful Noise'.
05-12-2022 19:46
A woman's refusal to create wedding websites for same-sex couples has reached the Supreme Court.
05-12-2022 18:57
The two slept through the attack, during which four of their friends were murdered.
05-12-2022 18:54
The 27-year-old was blindfolded and told he was to be hanged while awaiting trial, the source says.
05-12-2022 18:03
Julian Assange gave me the files before they were in the press, the Pentagon Papers whistle-blower says.
05-12-2022 16:55
Military leaders, who have been ruling the country since 2019, agree to hand over power.
05-12-2022 16:36
The cannabis was packed in boxes and moved in "solidarity convoys" to evade police, the Guardia Civil said.
05-12-2022 16:03
The veteran actor was one of the founding cast members on the hit children's TV show.
05-12-2022 15:11
As 10 men finally go to trial over the 2016 Brussels attacks, the BBC speaks to victims' families.
05-12-2022 15:11
Tens of thousands are without power and schools have been closed following the incident.
05-12-2022 15:06
The Swiss-based mining firm strikes a deal with DR Congo to settle corruption claims.
05-12-2022 13:49
Nearly 2,000 people have been evacuated from the area around Mount Semeru.
05-12-2022 13:23
At least 20 people are still missing after a landslide engulfed a bus and several other vehicles.
05-12-2022 12:26
It is not known what caused the blasts, which happened hundreds of kilometres from the Ukrainian border.
05-12-2022 11:50
Leaders of South Africa's governing party are deciding whether to sack President Cyril Ramaphosa.
05-12-2022 11:31
The G7 nations and its allies have agreed to limit the price of Russian oil to $60 a barrel.
05-12-2022 11:12
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The electronics manufacturer says its revenue in November is down 11% compared to the same month in 2021.
05-12-2022 13:40
The research and development centre in London is the company's first of its kind outside the US.
04-12-2022 01:57
The actress tells the BBC ministers should make firms enforce strict age limits on their platforms.
03-12-2022 15:02
In December 1992, the first SMS text message was sent to a mobile phone by an engineer in Berkshire.
03-12-2022 01:36
EU airlines will be able to install equipment that lets them provide 5G on board planes by June 2023.
02-12-2022 13:25
Elon Musk confirmed the rapper had violated Twitter's rules around inciting violence.
02-12-2022 10:41
Some users are finding the next generation of mobile internet slow and patchy, three years after it launched.
02-12-2022 06:04
The rapper has repeatedly made anti-Semitic remarks, alienating business partners and fans.
02-12-2022 03:31
World’s richest man’s company is involved in a trial to get isolated areas of the UK connected to the internet.
01-12-2022 10:21
The Twitter boss says he met Apple's chief Tim Cook after he criticised the company.
01-12-2022 00:08
The agreement is expected to improve cooperation on cyber security, AI and new technologies.
30-11-2022 20:09
The Twitter website says it stopped enforcing its misleading information policy on 23 November.
30-11-2022 02:59
As part of the Online Safety Bill, all sites that publish pornography will have to age-check their users.
29-11-2022 17:13
Minister denies weakening the Online Safety Bill after dropping the "legal but harmful" material measures.
29-11-2022 15:55
Minister denies weakening the Online Safety Bill after dropping the "legal but harmful" material measures.
29-11-2022 01:20
New law will not require removal of "legal but harmful" content, which critics said risked free speech.
28-11-2022 22:50
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The ship fires its main engine near the Moon, committing itself to a return to Earth on Sunday.
05-12-2022 18:45
The astronauts installed new solar panels to give the International Space Station more power.
04-12-2022 01:51
A London firm which developers nature-friendly packaging is among five climate prize winners.
02-12-2022 23:32
This year’s winners of the British Ecological Society competition "celebrate the diversity" of ecology.
02-12-2022 20:32
A scientist says the fossil is "one of the most important found in the last few decades".
02-12-2022 19:01
A post-Brexit green subsidy scheme is going ahead - but there is no clarity on what farmers will be paid.
01-12-2022 19:14
Batteries thrown into household rubbish bins cause about 700 fires a year in waste facilities, a survey suggests.
01-12-2022 00:09
The mission will see the first in-orbit crew handover on the new Tiangong space station.
30-11-2022 00:21
About 600,000 birds have been culled or have died in the UK's worst avian flu outbreak.
29-11-2022 15:50
The spacecraft travels further from Earth than any previous vehicle built for astronauts.
28-11-2022 22:14
Green Alliance says the high price of gas means fossil fuel companies should be capturing more of their methane emissions
28-11-2022 17:04
Scientists are searching through a museum's wheat collection to find the crop of the future.
27-11-2022 00:22
Flowers are experiencing a second bloom this year due to the unseasonable temperatures, experts say.
26-11-2022 09:47
Egyptologists are still learning about his life and treasures a century after his tomb was opened.
26-11-2022 00:15
Nearly 100 species of sharks and rays were added to an international treaty which experts say will help control trade of their meat and fins.
26-11-2022 00:09
Flowers are experiencing a second bloom this year due to the unseasonable temperatures, experts say.
25-11-2022 17:05
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A child in Waterlooville has died of strep A, officials confirm, bringing the total deaths to eight.
05-12-2022 19:23
The father of seven-year-old Hanna Roap, describes how his "bubbly"daughter died within hours.
04-12-2022 22:27
Dean Burns urges other parents with any concerns about their children's health to get them checked.
03-12-2022 17:56
Health officials have issued a rare alert after a rise in cases across the UK and the death of six children.
03-12-2022 10:47
Another UK child has died from this highly contagious infection. What should people look out for?
02-12-2022 15:55
Another UK child has died from this highly contagious infection. What should people look out for?
02-12-2022 13:35
Scientists did the study for the government to better understand possible exposure to shoppers.
02-12-2022 00:14
Whistleblowers allege they were punished for raising concerns at one of England's worst performing trusts.
01-12-2022 22:32
Whistleblowers allege they were punished for raising concerns at one of England's worst performing trusts.
01-12-2022 22:32
Strep A is a bacterial infection that can be extremely serious, but is treatable.
01-12-2022 21:31
When ambulance crews bring patients to hospital they are meant to be able to handover their patients to A&E staff within 15 minutes.
01-12-2022 19:59
Woman, 85, endured "agonising" wait as BBC analysis shows delays now at record levels.
01-12-2022 11:00
Woman, 85, endured "agonising" wait, with paramedics warning problems likely to worsen.
01-12-2022 00:03
Two doctors say they experienced "every parent's worst nightmare" when their son got sick.
30-11-2022 14:17
Half of the regional teams are in favour of walkout, but staff at 200 other NHS services reject strikes.
30-11-2022 10:18
Lecanemab is the first drug to remove damage, but there are questions around its impact, side effects and use.
30-11-2022 01:05