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Our BBC Security Correspondent, Frank Gardner, looks at the next foreign policy challenges for Starmer's government.
14-07-2024 03:21
As emergency department physician who was at the rally has told CBS News he tried to help a man who appeared to have been shot in the head.
14-07-2024 03:01
Already, we can see the battlelines being drawn in what may become a very ugly fight over a deeply shocking incident.
14-07-2024 02:46
Why the youth protests against planned tax increases have served as a wake-up call for the Church.
14-07-2024 02:22
A man with a rifle was seen on a rooftop minutes before shots were fired at a Trump rally, a witness says.
14-07-2024 00:12
Trump appeared to have blood on one ear as he was rushed off stage in Pennsylvania following apparent gunshots.
13-07-2024 23:57
The former US president and supporters around him are seen crouching after loud bangs are heard.
13-07-2024 22:50
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said there was "no certainty" that Mohammed Deif had been killed.
13-07-2024 18:39
Known as Dr Ruth, she advocated for open conversations about sex and intimate topics.
13-07-2024 16:16
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian and former UK PMs Tony Blair and Boris Johnson are among guests in Mumbai.
13-07-2024 12:12
Photos from the wedding celebrations of Anant Ambani, son of Asia's richest man Mukesh Ambani.
13-07-2024 07:53
A growing number of Democrats are calling on Joe Biden to end his presidential re-election bid after a series of gaffes.
13-07-2024 05:44
Strategists say Trump is showing uncharacteristic discipline, and that it's working.
13-07-2024 02:28
Scores of Democrats have publicly backed Biden - citing his record, his principles and his 2020 win against Trump.
13-07-2024 02:19
As Apple's Vision Pro headset launches in the UK, can it finally kickstart the virtual reality market?
13-07-2024 02:02
The actor weeps as the trial collapses with a prosecutor quitting amid a row over a batch of bullets.
13-07-2024 01:46
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The EU says the way the social media site designs and operates blue tick accounts "deceives" users.
12-07-2024 16:56
Graphcore was once considered one of the country's most promising start-ups, with a ?2bn valuation.
11-07-2024 23:02
More than 20 Palestinians say they have been kicked off Skype, a popular tool for contacting relatives.
11-07-2024 14:27
Some of the genre's biggest names are now using artificial intelligence, but fans are divided.
10-07-2024 23:02
A US judge dismissed the case, one of several filed in the aftermath of Mr Musk's takeover of the site.
10-07-2024 17:54
The devices have high profile users, including Kim Kardashian and and some England footballers.
10-07-2024 15:05
The gaming giant said its PC Game Pass subscription would increase by ?2 to ?9.99 per month.
10-07-2024 10:17
A union for almost 25% of the firm's South Korean workers called the walkout over pay and benefits.
10-07-2024 05:04
We look at old tech that's been around for decades and is still useful.
09-07-2024 19:30
Ticketmaster customers have been advised to sign up to a cyber security service after a hack in May.
09-07-2024 10:03
The electric vehicle giant has been rapidly expanding manufacturing capacity outside its home country.
09-07-2024 03:17
Governments are experimenting with AI chatbots that can give help and advice.
08-07-2024 23:01
The South Korean tech giant is benefiting from the AI boom which has lifted the prices of advanced chips.
05-07-2024 04:47
A Texas start-up is developing cargo gliders that would be towed behind a jet.
04-07-2024 23:05
The platform says it's because of "evolving" industry standards but sellers say they feel "betrayed."
04-07-2024 12:22
The homegrown app, which once had ambition of rivalling X in India, has faced a shortage of funding.
04-07-2024 05:48
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The BBC finds reports of domestic abuse in the countryside have gone up but convictions remain low.
12-07-2024 01:42
Water firms have hit out at bill rises of ?94 over the next five years after wanting bigger hikes.
11-07-2024 14:24
Water firms have hit out at bill rises of ?94 over the next five years after wanting bigger hikes.
11-07-2024 11:36
Lara Lewington searchs for the tech secrets that researchers hope will unlock eternal youth.
10-07-2024 00:16
After a successful launch, the upper-stage of the rocket goes on to experience an anomaly.
09-07-2024 23:56
It's taken 10 years to develop and cost billions but the new launch vehicle is finally ready to fly.
09-07-2024 11:27
Most of HD 189733 b's atmosphere is hydrogen sulphide, which is also emitted during farts.
08-07-2024 15:16
Beryl is the earliest category five Atlantic hurricane on record, fuelled by exceptional sea warmth.
04-07-2024 10:51
A white-tailed eagle that broke its wing has taken to the skies after its parents nursed it back to health.
04-07-2024 10:00
Europe’s tallest active volcano roared as it spewed lava from one of its largest craters.
04-07-2024 03:34
False claims about weather manipulation and geoengineering have been spreading online. What are the facts?
04-07-2024 02:02
The oldest example of cave art has been discovered on an Indonesian island and dated back 51,200 years.
03-07-2024 15:00
Beryl is the earliest category five Atlantic hurricane on record, fuelled by exceptional sea warmth.
03-07-2024 12:23
The number of hurricanes is not increasing, but they are becoming more intense as the world warms.
01-07-2024 10:10
There are many loopholes to the ban, but environmentalists see it as a crucial first step.
01-07-2024 02:08
Wembley invited seismologists to set up monitors around the stadium for her first three London dates.
28-06-2024 16:01
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NHS chiefs say the injection form of the medicine can help save patients' and clinicians' time.
12-07-2024 10:41
University of Oxford researchers to trial in-human vaccine against highly fatal Marburg virus.
12-07-2024 05:03
University of Oxford researchers start in-human vaccine trial to treat highly fatal Marburg virus.
12-07-2024 05:03
They do not fully grow out of a sense of self-importance, the survey of more than 37,000 people suggests.
12-07-2024 01:34
Wes Streeting says there is "worse to come" as he orders a review into the health service.
11-07-2024 19:58
Laxmi Thapa was arrested after her six-month-old son's birthmark's were mistaken for bruising.
11-07-2024 13:00
Experts worry this is a peak year for whooping cough, which is particularly dangerous for babies.
11-07-2024 12:54
Wes Streeting says the NHS has been "wrecked" and this review will help "diagnose the problem".
11-07-2024 06:37
Referrals have been made to the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) into biomedical staff.
11-07-2024 05:57
The new health secretary says reaching a fair pay deal is a top priority.
09-07-2024 13:46
BBC analysis shows nearly 20% of England's care homes - some 2,500 facilities - "require improvement".
09-07-2024 00:02
A damning report finds bullying, racism and incompetence in an organisation overseeing UK nurses and midwives.
08-07-2024 23:10
Emily-Jane Scandrett, 41, hopes to raise awareness of mesothelioma - cancer usually found in men over 75.
08-07-2024 05:18
Experts warn outdated NHS IT systems remain vulnerable after the cyber attack on hospitals.
08-07-2024 00:18
Wes Streeting says the health service is experiencing "the biggest crisis in its history".
06-07-2024 16:10
The former nurse, 34, attempted to murder the premature baby by dislodging her breathing tube.
05-07-2024 11:21