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Russia is to press ahead with annexation days after conducting unrecognised referendums.
29-09-2022 11:53
F?licien Kabuga is accused of funding and arming militias during the ethnic slaughter in 1994.
29-09-2022 09:12
The civil servant told the schoolgirl that next she will ask for the government to provide free condoms.
29-09-2022 05:18
Energy firm AGL calls it a "major step" for Australia, but critics say more action is needed.
29-09-2022 03:56
The launches follow US-South Korea naval drills on Monday, and another missile fired by N Korea on Sunday.
29-09-2022 03:42
The artist's manager says he was found unresponsive in a friend's bathroom.
29-09-2022 01:50
Anger rises after 40% of Australians had details stolen in possibly the nation's worst-ever breach.
29-09-2022 01:20
Many young Filipinos know little about a decade of martial law that saw thousands arrested and killed.
28-09-2022 23:29
Shifting views are tackling the taboo of talking salary - will this help improve pay equity?
28-09-2022 23:26
Presidential candidate Lula is ahead in the polls, despite a legacy tainted by corruption scandals.
28-09-2022 23:23
Denmark will wear "toned down" jerseys for the World Cup to protest against Qatar's human rights record and treatment of migrant workers.
28-09-2022 20:39
The island's electrical system experienced a complete collapse in the wake of the deadly storm.
28-09-2022 20:13
Soldiers and heavy weapons are being moved in the northern Tigray region, near the border with Eritrea.
28-09-2022 17:47
The gesture is in solidarity with protests in Iran over the death of a young woman in custody.
28-09-2022 16:45
Viktor, a scientist, is leaving Russia via Finland after President Putin announced a partial mobilisation.
28-09-2022 15:59
Moussa Dadis Camara is accused of being behind the deaths of 150 protesters - he denies the charges.
28-09-2022 15:52
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People harmed by such items and digital ones like drones will have easier access to legal help.
28-09-2022 18:22
The health service says 448,000 people have used the app to make decisions on organ donations.
28-09-2022 14:27
Data watchdog says it is naming and shaming seven organisations for failing to share information.
27-09-2022 23:19
Studio in Finland is the latest and clearest example of the streaming giant moving into gaming.
27-09-2022 16:36
The announcement marks the technology giant's latest move to diversify its supply chains outside China.
27-09-2022 05:38
Apple chief executive tells the BBC the tech sector needs more women in order to thrive.
26-09-2022 23:46
New public buildings in Finland have to incorporate more wood, which is leading builders to innovate.
26-09-2022 23:05
The 14-year-old girl viewed material about self-harm and suicide before she took her own life.
26-09-2022 12:55
The video-sharing platform has been issued with a final notice of intent by the UK's data watchdog.
26-09-2022 11:53
Agency asks police forces around the world to seek and detain the South Korean businessman.
26-09-2022 11:24
The BBC's Technology Editor, Zoe Kleinman, has been testing out the latest Apple smartphone.
24-09-2022 03:51
The 14-year-old girl viewed material about self-harm and suicide before she died in 2017.
23-09-2022 14:11
The National Cyber Crime Unit detained a 17-year-old from Oxfordshire on Thursday evening.
23-09-2022 12:49
The 14-year-old girl viewed material about self-harm and suicide before she died in 2017.
23-09-2022 11:24
More must be done to tackle women-hating movement incel, the Centre for Countering Digital Hate warns.
22-09-2022 23:57
The search for wheat alternatives is being driven by a demand for healthier diets and food security.
22-09-2022 23:14
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English housing providers get funds to upgrade energy efficiency and insulation of low income homes.
29-09-2022 05:31
Four dogs successfully identified samples of sweat or breath taken from a stressed person.
29-09-2022 00:59
BBC investigation finds oil companies not declaring millions of tonnes of emissions linked to cancer.
29-09-2022 00:58
Using hydrogen to heat homes is inefficient and expensive, a report finds, contradicting the government.
27-09-2022 16:38
A report on species' recovery highlights the positive impact of protection and rewilding.
27-09-2022 14:37
Many useful members of this "iconic" plant family are at risk of extinction, according to a study.
26-09-2022 23:44
The Artemis-I vehicle will be pulled off the launch pad in Florida to protect it from storm forces.
26-09-2022 14:57
The people involved say their country is not protecting their right to breathe clean and healthy air.
26-09-2022 08:41
A major overhaul of farm subsidies that would pay public funds for environmental work is in doubt.
26-09-2022 02:54
The new king helped drive a renaissance in British cheesemaking when the industry was in crisis 30 years ago.
26-09-2022 00:22
The government is committed to extracting more oil and gas in the North Sea.
24-09-2022 03:15
Rising sea levels are threatening ancient castles and forts at an accelerating rate, says English Heritage.
23-09-2022 00:04
Scientific review into fracking concludes there is still a limited understanding of impacts.
22-09-2022 12:58
Scientific review into fracking concludes there is still a limited understanding of impacts.
22-09-2022 09:37
The Space Launch System edges closer to a maiden flight after concluding a tanking demonstration.
22-09-2022 07:25
People living in the countryside face higher costs than those in urban areas, a new report finds.
22-09-2022 06:39
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The foundation made no charitable donations by the time it closed, and the dragon was never built.
29-09-2022 09:36
A man died after four telephone consultations with his GP surgery but no face-to-face assessment.
29-09-2022 00:49
The drug appears to reduce the pace of the disease, in early data from clinical trials.
28-09-2022 11:06
Women are often misdiagnosed or have to push for a diagnosis, a women's health coalition says.
28-09-2022 05:16
Muscle-strengthening exercises are important in weekly exercise in old age, research suggests.
27-09-2022 23:14
People should prepare for a rampant flu season, say experts, based on what Australia has experienced.
27-09-2022 23:12
Shadow health secretary Wes Streeting will set out plans to improve access to GPs in England.
27-09-2022 21:52
The CEO of Oxford Health Foundation Trust says it has done all it can to maintain services.
27-09-2022 11:54
The shadow health secretary says imposing food rules when costs were rising would be "tin-eared".
27-09-2022 11:45
It will be run by Cambridge University Hospitals in partnership with several hospices in the region.
27-09-2022 10:23
A mother who got seriously ill with Covid after not having the vaccine urges women to get the jab.
27-09-2022 05:28
The rugby league star aims to run 300 miles (482km) in a week to raise funds for motor neurone disease research.
26-09-2022 14:53
Some patients have lost the full use of their arm after surgery at Walsall Manor Hospital.
26-09-2022 05:40
Unite general secretary Sharon Graham warned that NHS union members are prepared to strike.
26-09-2022 05:17
Despite public support for the NHS, satisfaction levels have fallen, raising thoughts of reform.
24-09-2022 02:30
The largest rise was in secondary school children as the new term started, according to the ONS.
23-09-2022 13:29