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13-01-2020 19:31
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Evan Gershkovich was working for the Wall Street Journal, which is "deeply concerned" for his safety.
30-03-2023 10:23
A cellist who is godfather to the Russian leader's daughter deposited huge sums in Swiss accounts.
30-03-2023 09:01
Israel's new right-wing government has loosened gun laws in response to deadly attacks.
30-03-2023 08:17
The victims include children and it's unclear how many passengers may be missing, officials say.
30-03-2023 07:30
The aircraft were involved in a routine training mission in Kentucky when the incident happened.
30-03-2023 06:28
Melting ice could trigger a disastrous chain reaction, a new Australian study warns
30-03-2023 03:18
A former deputy governor of India's central bank says five big firms are hindering competition in the market.
30-03-2023 02:53
The blaze raced through Khao Laem National Park on Wednesday night.
30-03-2023 02:06
There were tense moments - and an apology for a 2019 remark - at the trial over a ski crash in Utah.
30-03-2023 00:56
The outspoken critic of Rwanda's government arrives in America days after being released from prison.
29-03-2023 23:56
The suspect was arrested at Boston's airport before boarding a one-way fight to Guatemala.
29-03-2023 23:38
The 29-year-old was arrested at Boston's airport before boarding a one-way fight to Guatemala.
29-03-2023 23:38
Spencer Greiner saw the camera poking out of the mud and posted photos it contained on social media.
29-03-2023 23:10
Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dmitry Muratov is looking for hope in his country's younger generation.
29-03-2023 23:00
Gaelic football has been an unlikely source of joy, adventure and boundary-breaking change for young people in Cambodia.
29-03-2023 22:54
Finished in 1986, the Bataan plant in the Philippines has never produced a kilowatt of electricity.
29-03-2023 21:07
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An error by NHS Highland led to all recipients of an email being able to see personal addresses.
30-03-2023 09:46
Elon Musk among those calling for training in powerful artificial intelligence to be suspended.
29-03-2023 13:41
The Chinese technology giant will embark on the biggest restructuring in its history.
29-03-2023 04:04
It proposes a set of principles for the "responsible use" of the tech, which is worth ?3.7bn to UK economy.
29-03-2023 01:10
In a white paper due out today, the UK government says current regulators should also include AI
29-03-2023 01:10
ChatGPT-style AI will have a large impact but new jobs could emerge, a Goldman Sachs report says.
28-03-2023 16:25
Only paying users will have their content recommended and be allowed to vote in polls from 15 April.
28-03-2023 03:57
A trial in London used existing street cameras to help an autonomous car navigate city streets.
27-03-2023 23:13
US regulators seek a ban on the crypto platform as they ramp up their regulation of the industry.
27-03-2023 21:09
Plans for a government-backed digital token, ordered to be created by Rishi Sunak, have been axed.
27-03-2023 19:42
Plans for a government-backed digital token, ordered to be created by Rishi Sunak, have been axed.
27-03-2023 19:42
France is removing not only TikTok but all "recreational" applications from government devices.
27-03-2023 13:54
The collapsed lender was seized by US regulators after a run on the bank.
27-03-2023 07:38
Terraform Labs' Do Kwon has also been charged with fraud by US prosecutors.
24-03-2023 04:12
Tech executives don't get an easy ride before Congress, but Shou Zi Chew's hearing was exceptionally bruising.
24-03-2023 02:11
Autonomous container ships are undergoing trials with crewless voyages planned in the next two years.
24-03-2023 00:30
ScienceJump to World newsHi-TechHealth
Ministers say the UK should have Europe's cheapest electricity by 2050, but critics call plans a "rehash".
30-03-2023 01:25
Low-lying Vanuatu pushed for a legal opinion that could be cited in climate court cases.
29-03-2023 16:57
Pacific island students are seeking clarity on countries' obligations to fight rising temperatures.
29-03-2023 00:38
The government's advisers urge a "step change" in climate adaptation policy to avoid an increased risk to life.
29-03-2023 00:35
The state's flooded farmlands have big consequences for US and global food supplies.
28-03-2023 23:39
The deal was delayed for weeks after Germany called for an exemption for cars running on e-fuels.
28-03-2023 19:41
Nasa satellites detected an explosion two billion light-years away which lit up the galaxy.
28-03-2023 18:00
The new tunnel under the River Thames in London is 25km long was built at a cost of almost ?5bn.
28-03-2023 04:02
Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Uranus, Mars and the Moon aligned in an arc across the evening sky.
27-03-2023 23:38
To spot all five, timing and a clear view of the western horizon will be key.
27-03-2023 14:24
Scientists compared recent tree growth with detailed notes from a 19th Century Ohio farmer
27-03-2023 13:13
The law has changed to allow the commercial development and sale of gene-edited food in England.
23-03-2023 15:30
Gene-edited food can now be developed and sold in England, but not in the rest of the UK.
23-03-2023 15:19
At least two people are dead after a severe storm hit the state's central and southern coast.
22-03-2023 17:46
The House of Lords report blames government, regulator and water companies for pollution.
22-03-2023 02:09
BBC environment correspondent Matt McGrath outlines the key takeaways from the latest IPCC report.
20-03-2023 18:14
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Experts tell the new health secretary about the many challenges facing the NHS.
30-03-2023 05:24
A blood test which can detect cancer cells could spare patients unnecessary chemotherapy.
30-03-2023 04:00
Two reviews identified major failings by independent health regulator the Care Quality Commission.
29-03-2023 16:47
George Lowlett died within a few weeks of two other residents of a care home, which later closed.
29-03-2023 16:43
Seb Dean, 18, has terminal cancer and is also one of only 11 people with a rare genetic condition.
29-03-2023 05:20
The change brings England in line with Scotland and should help women with advanced disease live longer.
29-03-2023 00:25
Just 29% of Britons say they are satisfied, citing waiting times and lack of staff as key concerns.
28-03-2023 23:58
Breast augmentation remains the most popular procedure, figures from a national audit show.
28-03-2023 15:58
The review comes after a BBC investigation into claims of a climate of fear at Birmingham hospitals.
28-03-2023 13:06
Researchers say they studied data from more than 240,000 people who lived near noisy roads.
28-03-2023 05:10
Rubi-Rose, Payton Jane and Porscha-Mae are record holders born at just 22 weeks and five days.
27-03-2023 19:56
The government defends new plans to tackle anti-social behaviour by clamping down on nitrous oxide.
27-03-2023 17:21
Thousands of people call the NHS 111 phone line every month over forgotten prescriptions.
27-03-2023 16:46
How is laughing gas used and what does it do to your body?
27-03-2023 15:43
The WWE star, who recently had skin cancer treatment, says she should have avoided tanning beds.
27-03-2023 15:35
A 25-year-old says she was using 240 cannisters a week before being admitted to hospital.
27-03-2023 13:06