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13-01-2020 19:31
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The DeSantis administration has advised against boosters for those under 65, countering US health experts.
14-09-2023 20:47
Aecio Pereira is the first to be convicted over the storming of government buildings in January.
14-09-2023 19:37
President Biden's son Hunter is criminally charged with three counts of lying when buying a firearm.
14-09-2023 19:30
The jumper caused a stir - and speculation about the black sheep's symbolism - before her 1981 wedding.
14-09-2023 17:54
Dubai police uncover 13 tonnes of the drug known as Captagon hidden in doors and wooden panels.
14-09-2023 17:24
Carrefour is telling its customers which products are smaller than they used to be.
14-09-2023 16:44
Nasa's long-awaited report aims to demystify how it investigates unexplained phenomena.
14-09-2023 16:43
The statue, outside the Brussels stock exchange, had just been restored at great cost.
14-09-2023 15:55
Power generation in Nigeria, a major oil and gas producer, fell to zero megawatts early on Thursday.
14-09-2023 15:40
Danelo Cavalcante also reportedly said officers came so close at times they almost stepped on him.
14-09-2023 15:19
The Ocean Explorer with 206 people on board had been stuck since Monday, with some catching Covid.
14-09-2023 15:06
Meanwhile Vladimir Putin has "gratefully" accepted an invitation to visit North Korea, Kremlin says.
14-09-2023 14:20
Residents of Derna tell the BBC how they got out alive as floodwaters smashed through the city.
14-09-2023 14:03
Pictures reveal washed-away streets and thousands of destroyed buildings in the city of Derna.
14-09-2023 12:51
The flooding in Derna swept away houses, buildings and left entire neighbourhoods surrounded by water.
14-09-2023 12:30
The BBC's analysis editor looks at the link between the devastating floods and years of crisis in Libya.
14-09-2023 11:54
Hi-TechJump to World newsScienceHealth
A company that makes ID cards for Greater Manchester Police has been targeted in the attack.
14-09-2023 16:24
A growing number of small studios urge the maker of the game engine to ditch plans for new charges.
14-09-2023 14:21
European regulators assess possible health risks after France's decision to temporarily halt sales.
14-09-2023 13:15
The machine will "help researchers maximise the potential of AI", the government says.
14-09-2023 11:43
The shares were priced at the top of the range that had been indicated to prospective investors.
14-09-2023 01:49
Artificial intelligence is assisting companies in developing their own signature sounds.
13-09-2023 23:06
Test your skills at spotting AI-generated images with Bitesize's monthly AI quiz.
13-09-2023 09:49
Apple confirms new iPhone 15 will have a common USB-C charging port after the EU forced the change.
13-09-2023 07:25
In a landmark trial brought by the US government, the tech giant denies using illegal practices to gain a monopoly.
12-09-2023 20:16
Customers also report problems with payments and check-in as IT systems go down at MGM Resorts' hotels.
12-09-2023 11:22
Apple is set to unveil the iPhone 15 later on today without its traditional lightning cable charger.
11-09-2023 23:02
A robotic surgeon called Da Vinci has been performing surgery for nearly 20 years.
09-09-2023 07:04
The popular children's gaming platform has more than 60 million players a day, according to the firm.
08-09-2023 17:45
The change to the Online Safety Bill comes as a result of a BBC Eye Investigation into global monkey abuse.
08-09-2023 15:56
The technology giant's stock market valuation has fallen by almost $200bn in the last two days.
08-09-2023 11:45
The plan will help ensure YouTubers are genuinely qualified to dish out medical information.
08-09-2023 01:00
ScienceJump to World newsHi-TechHealth
Winning images of the amazing parts of our Universe go on display in London.
14-09-2023 18:43
More than 60 projects receive ?14.5m for habitat restoration for butterflies, bats and birds.
14-09-2023 00:32
Nasa's James Webb Telescope may have discovered a molecule thought only to be produced by life.
12-09-2023 12:36
The UK's independent watchdog has been investigating Defra and the EA for failure to meet environmental law.
12-09-2023 08:58
Researchers are experimenting with robots to help speed up the restoration of coral reefs.
11-09-2023 23:04
Creating the world's first cloned mammal was arguably one of the greatest scientific achievements of the 20th Century.
11-09-2023 13:42
Creating the world's first cloned mammal was arguably one of the 20th Century's top scientific feats.
11-09-2023 13:42
It supplies half of Belfast's drinking water but blue-green algae has caused havoc on Lough Neagh this summer.
09-09-2023 17:47
A review of action on climate since the Paris agreement calls for an end to fossil fuels without carbon capture.
08-09-2023 14:00
Drones and a robot called Spot survey off-limits laboratories at a former arms test site.
08-09-2023 05:02
The storm has rapidly gained strength in the Caribbean from category one status earlier on Thursday.
08-09-2023 03:43
Combining solar panels and a roof garden is a tricky and costly engineering task.
07-09-2023 23:22
Elected last year, PM Anthony Albanese vowed to haul his laggard nation from the "naughty corner".
07-09-2023 16:28
UK-based scientists and institutions will have access to the ?85bn fund from today.
07-09-2023 09:26
If all goes well, the lunar lander that the rocket is carrying will attempt a Moon landing in February.
07-09-2023 04:18
It is still too early to determine whether the Atlantic storm might make landfall in the US.
07-09-2023 01:30
HealthJump to World newsHi-TechScience
The NHS must ensure patients know they have the right to a second opinion, the health secretary says.
14-09-2023 10:18
Ministers blame strikes for worsening situation as extra ?200m set aside for winter.
14-09-2023 09:20
The NHS pulled funding for the service, saying it was never intended to be a national helpline.
14-09-2023 05:04
The treatment has been recommended by health experts and will soon be available on the NHS.
14-09-2023 00:06
The Care Quality Commission says the troubled service has improved - but more needs to be done.
13-09-2023 07:30
Researchers hope it could eventually lead to new ways of treating age-related macular degeneration.
13-09-2023 05:07
The talks will cover what extra support is needed in England amid strikes and growing waiting lists.
12-09-2023 23:37
It comes after women told BBC News of assaults by senior surgical colleagues in the operating theatre.
12-09-2023 23:37
Fewer than five patients have been prescribed whole-cannabis medicine, despite it becoming legal in 2018.
12-09-2023 23:36
Under the law change possessing the drug would carry a sentence of up to two years in prison or a large fine.
12-09-2023 20:29
A coroner says Melissa Kerr should have been made aware of the dangers of the operation in Turkey.
12-09-2023 14:24
Martha Mills, 13, died when doctors failed to spot and treat a sepsis infection early enough.
12-09-2023 08:59
Shannon Doherty spoke out after her baby son, R?an, became critically ill with the infection.
12-09-2023 07:29
Merope Mills, whose daughter's death was preventable, says she will meet Stephen Barclay this week.
12-09-2023 04:50
Trainees are being abused by senior male surgeons, a major analysis given to the BBC reveals.
11-09-2023 23:00
The cheese featured in the advert doesn't comply with advertising standards, TfL says.
11-09-2023 15:15