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Toronto van attack: Alek Minassian charged with 10 counts of murder
Alek Minassian appears in court emotionless as he is charged with 10 counts of murder.
24.04.2018 - 17:02

Trump threatens 'big problems' for Iran
“They’re not going to be restarting anything," Mr Trump vows of the Iran nuclear programme.
24.04.2018 - 17:57

Royal baby: Prince Charles feels 'great joy' for new grandson
He says it is "a great joy" to have another grandchild, as the new prince receives his first visitors.
24.04.2018 - 16:17

Alfie Evans' life support withdrawn, father says
Tom Evans says son Alfie has been breathing on his own after life support was withdrawn on Monday.
24.04.2018 - 15:51

Britain powers on without coal for three days
National Grid says the 72-hour streak is the longest since the 1880s.
24.04.2018 - 16:23

Millicent Fawcett: First woman statue on Parliament Square
Less than 3% of statues in the UK are of women. Rachael Thorn explains why Millicent Fawcett is getting one.
24.04.2018 - 17:40

Shopkeeper fights off armed robbers with chilli powder
CCTV shows how a shopkeeper saw off three armed robbers with a tub of chilli powder.
24.04.2018 - 17:43

TSB boss says sorry for banking chaos
Customers remain locked out of their accounts and are unable to make payments as chaos continues.
24.04.2018 - 12:32

MasterChef marathon death: Pledge to finish Matt Campbell's race
Matt Campbell, running the London marathon in memory of his father, died 3.7 miles from the finish.
24.04.2018 - 12:57

Eric Bristow: Funeral held for former darts world champion
A celebration is held for the five-time world darts champion who died this month at the age of 60.
24.04.2018 - 17:40

Man released after joint enterprise conviction quashed
John Crilly appealed his murder conviction after the Supreme Court said the law had been wrongly interpreted.
24.04.2018 - 12:57

Cliff Richard case: Editor has 'no concerns' over helicopter footage
A BBC editor says he has no concerns about the broadcasting of images of a raid on the singer's flat.
24.04.2018 - 17:55

Coffee chain Boston Tea Party 'first' to ban disposable cups
Boston Tea Party, which has 21 branches, will not sell coffee in disposable cups from June.
24.04.2018 - 17:33

Royal wedding: Teenage cellist and gospel choir to perform
Teenage cellist, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, says Meghan phoned him herself to ask if he would perform at the service.
24.04.2018 - 17:18

London Marathon: First paralysed man to walk London route
The moment Simon Kindleysides steps into history as the first paralysed man to walk the route.
24.04.2018 - 17:35

Crossing Divides: How running is uniting old and young
Vivian combines exercise with tackling loneliness through regular runs to visit her 'coach' Dennis.
24.04.2018 - 03:11

Royal baby: 'New mums have so much unnecessary pressure'
After the Duchess of Cambridge left hospital to face the world's media, some mums shared their own post-pregnancy experiences.
24.04.2018 - 16:12

Jacqueline Wilson calls for books industry plastics ban
Dame Jacqueline Wilson joins author Lauren St John's campaign calling for the book industry to ditch plastic.
24.04.2018 - 14:34

In pictures: Sophie Raworth and the 150-mile desert ultra-marathon
The BBC News presenter ran 150 miles with about 1,000 other runners over the Sahara desert.
24.04.2018 - 02:13

Plastic straws: Call for government to rethink policy
Ellie Simpson, who has cerebral palsy, said the government had not given proper consideration to people with disabilities.
24.04.2018 - 11:45


Is Bollywood ready for #MeToo?
Actresses open up about sexual harassment in Bollywood and why more women haven't spoken out.
23.04.2018 - 23:22


The female boxer with cerebral palsy
Kate Farley has cerebral palsy, but that doesn't stop her packing a punch in the ring - on her knees.
24.04.2018 - 01:27

Listening to your heartbeat can help with your feelings
“I wish I could feel happy or excited” - Tom is trying a new treatment that could help people with autism to better recognise their emotions.
24.04.2018 - 02:08

Crossing Divides: Two ex-child soldiers forge peace bonds
A Muslim and a Christian bond as they work together to build peace on the Indonesian island of Ambon.
24.04.2018 - 02:15

South Korean youths: 'We're too busy for reunification'
Young South Koreans aren't sure the two Koreas will become one again someday.
24.04.2018 - 01:52

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27.03.2018 - 09:24

Co-living in London: Friendship, fines and frustration
More than 80% of 18 to 34-year-olds living in Britain say they feel lonely. Could co-living be the answer?
24.04.2018 - 01:26

Toronto van attack: How is the suspect not dead?
The calm actions of a police officer who did not open fire have prompted praise and astonishment.
24.04.2018 - 15:00

Unravelling the mystery of a motorcyclist's final moments
Unravelling the mystery of the motorcyclist's body found on the central reservation of the M4.
24.04.2018 - 07:24

Where have the UK's 10,000 Syrian refugees gone?
Two years after pledging to take in 20,000 Syrian refugees, BBC analysis looks at the where the first 10,000 have gone
24.04.2018 - 02:20

How bacteria are changing your mood
Scientists think "mood microbes" are a new frontier for improving the health of the brain.
24.04.2018 - 02:05

The veggie burger that bleeds when you cut it
The meat industry, a major contributor to CO2 emissions and deforestation, is facing competition.
24.04.2018 - 01:12

Meet the team behind Spotify's viral music facts
The Genius Behind the Lyrics team write facts about thousands of songs, for your entertainment.
24.04.2018 - 02:57

Britain's Fat Fight: Why we're losing
With Britain becoming the most obese country in Western Europe, chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall investigates.
24.04.2018 - 02:21

Liverpool v Roma: How Reds have adapted since selling Philippe Coutinho
As Liverpool face Roma in the Champions League semi-finals, we take a look at how they have adapted since selling playmaker Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona.
24.04.2018 - 08:14

Dylan Hartley: Danny Care says England captain 'won't do anything stupid'
England captain Dylan Hartley "won't do anything stupid" after his latest concussion setback, says team-mate Danny Care.
24.04.2018 - 14:28

World Snooker Championship 2018: Ding Junhui beats Xiao Guodong 10-3
Ding Junhui takes less than a hour to wrap up a convincing victory over fellow Chinese player Xiao Guodong at the World Snooker Championship.
24.04.2018 - 14:13

Leeds United to tour Myanmar despite military crackdown
Leeds United are to tour Myanmar in May, despite a military crackdown and travel warnings for certain areas.
24.04.2018 - 17:27

World Snooker Championship: Why has the Crucible banned football shirts?
After a relaxing of the rules in recent years, why has the Crucible banned the wearing of football shirts at the World Snooker Championship in Sheffield?
24.04.2018 - 17:50


Is it easier or harder to live without plastic than 10 years ago?
Ten years ago I tried to live without plastic for a month. A decade on, would it be easier or harder?
22.04.2018 - 01:45


The holiday village run by spies
An idyllic holiday resort on the banks of the Red Sea was a base for Israeli spies with a secret mission.
19.04.2018 - 01:25


The mystery of the homesick mechanic who stole a plane
In 1969 a mechanic stole a plane from East Anglia and set off for the States. Then he disappeared. Did he crash or was he shot down?
18.04.2018 - 03:12

Obituary: Barbara Bush, social justice campaigner
The former US First Lady never accepted a passive role, and campaigned for social justice.
18.04.2018 - 01:49


‘I was a teacher for 17 years, but I couldn’t read or write’
John Corcoran graduated from university and became a teacher for 17 years - but he had an extraordinary secret.
15.04.2018 - 01:22


Susan Kigula: The woman who freed herself and hundreds from death row
How death row prisoner Susan Kigula studied law and changed Uganda's legal system.
13.04.2018 - 01:46


Grace is 37 and has never had consensual sex
When powerful women began talking about their experience of sexual abuse, it had an effect on some of the most powerless women in the UK.
27.03.2018 - 02:57


Americans going abroad for illegal heroin treatment
Opioid addicts are turning to a clinic in Mexico to break their addiction with a treatment that's illegal in the US.
11.04.2018 - 23:26