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A Russian missile hit a busy mall in Ukraine. The BBC spoke to some of those who were inside.
28-06-2022 11:25
Test your knowledge of the news these last few days - 10 questions, 10 seconds each. Go!
28-06-2022 10:27
Survivors speak about the Russian missile attack on a shopping mall in Kremenchuk, Ukraine.
28-06-2022 10:00
The oldest Nazi criminal ever to stand trial in Germany, he had always denied being a camp guard.
28-06-2022 09:49
Big shifts are happening - the country is now more diverse, less religious, and increasingly millennial.
28-06-2022 04:50
The country says it is saving its limited fuel supplies for vehicles used for essential services.
28-06-2022 03:55
Emergency services are on the scene where the vehicle was discovered outside San Antonio.
28-06-2022 01:47
Thousands gathered to remember the victims of a deadly attack in Oslo which targeted an LGBT venue.
28-06-2022 00:30
The global fertiliser shortage is driving up prices and raising fears of food scarcity.
27-06-2022 23:54
It's one of 70 such missions around the world running with little support since the Taliban takeover.
27-06-2022 23:51
How sexual medication is used in the Arab world as a way of living up to ideals of masculinity.
27-06-2022 23:48
Khudeza survived the worst floods in north-east Bangladesh for a century but millions are homeless.
27-06-2022 23:39
Elsy was sentenced to 30 years for aggravated homicide after losing her baby in a miscarriage in El Salvador.
27-06-2022 23:36
There are a number of concerns around data protection following the US Supreme Court's ruling on abortion.
27-06-2022 23:31
More than 250 people were onboard the Los Angeles-Chicago train when it hit a dump truck.
27-06-2022 23:10
China promised to protect democratic freedoms for 50 years but new laws have effectively silenced all criticism.
27-06-2022 23:03
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Teachers urgently want parents to understand the tech which could help to keep kids safer online.
27-06-2022 23:18
The Meta-owned app is trialling new verification methods to ensure teens meet platform age rules.
24-06-2022 13:23
The bZ4X is the Japanese motor industry giant's first mass-produced all-electric vehicle.
24-06-2022 04:18
A lack of skilled cargo handlers is now hampering the booming air freight business too.
23-06-2022 23:05
The Oversight Board, which oversees Facebook and Instagram, said only 47 were submitted by Meta itself.
22-06-2022 15:04
The Oversight Board, which oversees Facebook and Instagram, said only 47 were submitted by Meta itself.
22-06-2022 15:04
The woman was assaulted after being made to drink on a work trip, and then fired after going public.
22-06-2022 14:36
Fake messages tell recipients they have been in contact with a Covid case and should order a test.
22-06-2022 11:48
The tech billionaire's 18-year-old daughter has applied to legally change her name and gender.
21-06-2022 12:52
The tech billionaire's 18-year-old daughter has applied to legally change her name and gender.
21-06-2022 12:52
Government proposals to move away from EU data-protection laws post-Brexit have had a mixed reaction.
20-06-2022 15:46
The loans are used by millions but ministers want checks on affordability and clearer advertising.
20-06-2022 12:50
The move by employees in Towson, Maryland, is the latest in a string of high-profile union campaigns in the US.
19-06-2022 02:51
Tighter EU rules will demand firms such as Google and Meta tackle disinformation on their platforms.
18-06-2022 00:05
The billionaire also discussed aliens in his first address to the social media firm's staff.
17-06-2022 05:27
The tech giant is accused of secretly slowing down the performance of older models.
16-06-2022 16:57
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People who counted plastic waste for a week want to go plastic-free, but say it costs too much.
25-06-2022 23:58
Tests have "ruled out" foot and mouth disease, a government spokesman said.
24-06-2022 18:17
The planets appear in the sky 'like a string of pearls' until Monday.
24-06-2022 10:00
The once near-extinct birds of prey are being flown abroad to help rescue dwindling Spanish populations.
24-06-2022 00:01
The once near-extinct birds of prey are being flown abroad to help rescue dwindling Spanish populations.
24-06-2022 00:01
The conjunction will last until Monday and won't be seen again until 2040.
23-06-2022 14:02
The International Energy Agency warns that Russia may stop supplying gas to Europe this winter.
22-06-2022 14:51
Jamie Cooper planned for days to capture the moment, which lasted for less than a second.
20-06-2022 18:27
Jamie Cooper planned for days to capture the moment, which lasted for less than a second.
20-06-2022 07:50
Scientists are given one year to develop new ways of preventing future spillover to humans
20-06-2022 05:40
Justin Rowlatt finds out what gorilla conservation can teach us about protecting other species.
19-06-2022 23:31
Justin Rowlatt finds out what gorilla conservation can teach us about protecting other species.
19-06-2022 23:31
Justin Rowlatt finds out what gorilla conservation can teach us about protecting other species.
19-06-2022 23:31
Young science writer competition winner digs into an underground biological battle against global warming.
18-06-2022 23:47
Bee-eaters trying to breed in the UK is an "unmissable sign" of the climate crisis, the RSPB says.
17-06-2022 07:13
People cannot easily find out how dirty the air is where they live, the National Audit Office says.
17-06-2022 01:14
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George, 10, hopes a newly-approved drug will lessen the impact of his peanut allergy.
28-06-2022 05:19
A break in taking a common immune-suppressing drug could improve how well vaccines work, a trial suggests.
27-06-2022 23:51
Emily Hale had to have spinal fusion surgery for her scoliosis, now she's helping others.
27-06-2022 23:06
Medics say pay has fallen by up to 30% since 2008 once inflation is taken into account.
27-06-2022 15:46
The ex-prime minister's description of the disaster drew gasps from families watching the public inquiry.
27-06-2022 11:48
The Radio 1 DJ wrote on Instagram to share the news, eight months after starting treatment.
27-06-2022 10:29
The meeting will explore legislation to prevent intimidation and create buffer zones at clinics.
27-06-2022 05:31
Hundreds of patients who have waited two years or more have already said they are willing to travel.
26-06-2022 23:46
What do these cases really tell us about the virus, which hasn't spread in the UK for decades?
24-06-2022 23:59
Sir Jonathan Van-Tam is asked if he's changed his habits, as Covid-19 cases in the UK continue to rise.
24-06-2022 13:20
Sir Jonathan Van-Tam is asked if he's changed his habits, as Covid-19 cases in the UK continue to rise.
24-06-2022 13:20
The increase, with an estimated one in 35 people testing positive, is being driven by newer variants.
24-06-2022 12:59
Lateral flow tests will continue to be available for free for people in Wales with Covid symptoms.
24-06-2022 05:14
Matthew Caseby fled a mental health hospital by climbing a fence and was hit by a train.
23-06-2022 21:00
What is polio and how can you protect yourself from it?
23-06-2022 12:32
Court backs Ted Jennings to try for a baby with a surrogate, using embryo he created with late wife.
23-06-2022 09:35