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Rescue workers have been pulling bodies from rubble after the site was destroyed in an air strike.
21-01-2022 15:37
Hanifa Abubakar was allegedly kidnapped for ransom and then killed by the owner of her school.
21-01-2022 14:16
Lisala Folau says he swam for more than a day, clinging to a log at sea, to survive the tsunami.
21-01-2022 13:29
The singer, who has died at 74, brushed shoulders with royalty and stars of music, stage and screen.
21-01-2022 12:41
The country cancels the mining licence for the Anglo-Australian firm's controversial $2.4bn project.
21-01-2022 12:31
An underground network of animal lovers is helping Hong Kong hamster owners avoid a government cull.
21-01-2022 12:16
Defending champion Naomi Osaka is out of the Australian Open after losing in the third round to American opponent Amanda Anisimova.
21-01-2022 11:59
Efforts are underway to deliver humanitarian supplies with the minimum risk of infection.
21-01-2022 10:40
Benjamin Bri?re was arrested in 2020 after flying a drone near the Iran-Turkmenistan border.
21-01-2022 10:03
The US rock star's Bat Out Of Hell album is one of the best-selling of all time.
21-01-2022 09:46
The singer who popularised a melodramatic bombastic style of rock music.
21-01-2022 08:51
The banana-like crop has the potential to feed more than 100 million people, according to research.
21-01-2022 06:47
The ad, which showed a Muslim mother expressing support for her drag queen son, was criticised online.
21-01-2022 05:12
Her career spanned six decades and she used her music to campaign against racism.
21-01-2022 02:20
For the first time in living memory there is no left-wing candidate challenging for the presidency.
21-01-2022 01:19
Activists in Kazakhstan say they are being arrested and beaten as police crack down after unrest.
21-01-2022 01:14
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Anouar Sabbar had sex with his victims and then demanded payment saying he was an escort, court told.
21-01-2022 14:45
LJ Rich looks at the best of the week's technology news stories.
21-01-2022 11:28
It says delaying the rollout of encrypted message apps leaves everyone at risk, including children.
21-01-2022 01:39
Personal drones that can transport one or two passengers will soon be available for anyone to buy.
21-01-2022 01:11
A new safety app has been developed by a team of volunteers with experience of abuse and violence.
21-01-2022 00:09
Most broadband and phone bills will rise by more than 9% at the end of March, BT says.
20-01-2022 17:32
The developer of a game with the same name as viral hit Wordle gives away the money spent on it.
20-01-2022 15:52
Apple’s AirTags are great for finding lost items. But they have a darker side.
20-01-2022 00:13
There is no detailed plan for remote areas commercial providers will not cover, a committee of MPs says.
19-01-2022 17:25
The battle-lines have been drawn - but what is end-to-end encryption and why is it controversial?
19-01-2022 14:43
The deal would be a major step for Microsoft's Xbox gaming brand in its battle against Sony's PlayStation.
19-01-2022 07:23
A Royal Society report recommends against censoring scientific misinformation online.
19-01-2022 00:08
It is believed the malware made its way into the council's system embedded in an email.
18-01-2022 20:21
Anna Vakili, Belle Hassan and Francesca Allen are named and shamed by the advertising watchdog.
18-01-2022 16:15
The government is worried some consumers may not understand what they are buying.
18-01-2022 16:04
It's the biggest deal in gaming history, bringing some of the world's most popular titles to Game Pass.
18-01-2022 15:12
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Illegal dumping of rubbish is on the rise as criminals exploit flaws in the system.
21-01-2022 01:29
On a British island at the edge of the Antarctic is one of the most remote tourist spots in the world.
20-01-2022 00:05
A growing number of people are changing to more environmentally-friendly jobs.
20-01-2022 00:03
Campaigners say thousands of incidents are not being investigated because of a lack of resources.
19-01-2022 22:49
Analysis suggests seven water companies illegally dumped sewage thousands of times between 2017 and 2021.
19-01-2022 10:15
For some technologies there are never any clouds to spoil the view.
19-01-2022 08:28
Analysis suggests seven water companies illegally dumped sewage thousands of times between 2017 and 2021.
19-01-2022 07:33
Pollution from plastics is a global emergency in need of a robust UN treaty, according to a report.
18-01-2022 00:42
Lots of factors are at play in new data, including better home insulation and flu vaccinations.
17-01-2022 13:41
Ministers say coping even with low levels could cost the country billions of pounds a year.
17-01-2022 13:35
Nasa fixes malfunctioning equipment on a new rocket designed to take astronauts to the Moon.
17-01-2022 09:33
A charity director says the country's coal mining history means it has released a lot of carbon.
17-01-2022 06:08
A charity director says the country's coal mining history means it has released a lot of carbon.
16-01-2022 21:56
Up to 80,000 people could be affected after tsunami waves caused "significant damage" to Tonga.
16-01-2022 20:37
The inside story on how the UK's largest, most complete ichthyosaur fossil was saved for the nation.
16-01-2022 00:38
Over the next decade or so these new offshore wind farm sites could supercharge renewable energy capacity.
15-01-2022 23:14
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Shelley Parry says she would have died and left a heartbroken family behind without blood donors.
21-01-2022 09:43
Hard-to-reach groups – from rough sleepers to fairground workers – are being targeted in a final vaccine push.
21-01-2022 01:53
England is scrapping "Plan B" as Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales also ease rules.
20-01-2022 18:06
Lengthy waits have forced patients to turn to DIY treatment, the British Dental Association says.
20-01-2022 13:43
They mistreated a vulnerable 54-year-old man they were employed to look after on a seaside break.
20-01-2022 12:57
NHS chiefs are worried pressures on the NHS may deter people coming forward with symptoms.
20-01-2022 12:05
The death toll, worst in poorer countries and among the under-fives, needs urgent action, experts say.
20-01-2022 02:18
Investigation reveals almost 1,000 dentists left the health service last year.
20-01-2022 00:45
South African scientists say their research was not taken more seriously because it was from Africa.
20-01-2022 00:08
John Evans had to sleep in a chair until a bed became available.
19-01-2022 22:49
Many were worried after lifesaving tests dropped from every three years to every five in Wales.
19-01-2022 18:25
It's the most significant drop since the Omicron wave hit the country in December, the figures suggest.
19-01-2022 13:52
Working from home guidance will also end next Thursday as England reverts to "Plan A", Boris Johnson says.
19-01-2022 13:49
Various restrictions in England, including the recommendation to work from home, will be lifted.
19-01-2022 13:34
People in England will soon no longer be legally required to wear facemasks.
19-01-2022 13:17
England is scrapping its "Plan B" Covid restrictions as Scotland and Wales also ease rules.
19-01-2022 13:15