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12:01 pm (20 minutes ago)
David Cameron lays a wreath in memory of Sir Winston Churchill as events mark the 50th anniversary of his state funeral.
12:04 am (12 hours ago)
The rise in childhood obesity, which has left one in three children overweight, may be beginning to level off in the under-10s, a study suggests.
10:22 am (2 hours ago)
South African apartheid-era death squad commander Eugene de Kock, nicknamed "Prime Evil", is granted parole after 20 years for killing activists.
12:10 pm (12 minutes ago)
Eurozone deflation deepens in January, as prices fall by 0.6% compared with last year, pushed down by lower oil prices.
12:05 pm (17 minutes ago)
Wintry weather continues to cause travel disruption in parts of England.
12:10 pm (12 minutes ago)
The former Yugoslavia war crimes tribunal upholds convictions against five men for their role in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.
11:55 am (27 minutes ago)
Egyptian President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi cuts short a visit to an African Union summit to deal with attacks that killed at least 26 in the Sinai peninsula.
9:02 am (3 hours ago)
Men have seen the real value of their pay fall far more than women in the past few years, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
11:00 am (an hour ago)
Proposals to shorten in-job training for doctors in the UK could seriously compromise patient care and safety, leading doctors warn.
11:29 am (53 minutes ago)
A bomb blast at a Shia religious mosque in southern Pakistan kills at least 31 people and injures many more, officials say.
10:11 am (2 hours ago)
Harry Potter actor Robbie Coltrane is admitted to hospital in Florida with flu-like symptoms after falling ill during a flight from London.
11:41 am (41 minutes ago)
Families affected by the baby ashes scandal at Mortonhall Crematorium are to be offered settlements of up to £4,000.
6:48 am (6 hours ago)
Huge rises in gas company profits and big increases in the number of animals slaughtered without being stunned are two of Friday's papers front page topics.
2:19 am (10 hours ago)
BBC legal correspondent Clive Coleman on the difficulties of the joint enterprise doctrine.
12:24 am (12 hours ago)
BBC Social Affairs reporter John McManus looks at the use of blasphemy laws across the world, and a new campaign to challenge them.
Yesterday 5:18 pm (19 hours ago)
The NHS is under intense pressure, yet public satisfaction appears to be at a record high.
2:29 am (10 hours ago)
University of Bolton assistant vice-chancellor Patrick McGhee asks if universities can do more to support social mobility.
5:05 am (7 hours ago)
A Swiss software developers team has created a system to enable crime investigators to enter a virtual world
Yesterday 3:09 pm (21 hours ago)
As Human Rights Watch describes a litany of rights abuses in its latest annual report, BBC News asks if the world really is becoming a nastier place.
5:10 am (7 hours ago)
A koala who shot to fame after being pictured receiving treatment for burnt paws has been returned to the wild, says the expert who treated him.
Yesterday 7:03 pm (17 hours ago)
Scientists in Italy find that baby chickens associate low and high numbers with left and right, respectively - suggesting they may count using a "mental number line" like humans do.
10:25 am (an hour ago)
Chelsea are close to finalising a £23.3m deal to sign Fiorentina's 26-year-old Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado.
11:01 am (an hour ago)
England reach the final of the one-day tri-series courtesy of a three-wicket victory over India in Perth.
8:20 am (4 hours ago)
NFL referee chief Dean Blandino says the 108 balls used in Sunday's Super Bowl XLIX will be given "added security" after 'deflate-gate'.
11:38 am (44 minutes ago)
Ferrari unveil the new SF15-T car they hope will start them on the long road back to Formula 1 success.
7:33 am (5 hours ago)
Mancini wants Toure, Chelsea close in on Cuadrado, Anderson could leave Man Utd, Spurs plan Everton exchange, plus more.
12:13 pm (9 minutes ago)
Russia has cut its main interest rate from 17% to 15% because inflation "is stabilising".
11:11 am (an hour ago)
New figures suggest the recent slowdown in property sales may continue for at least the next few months.
11:09 am (an hour ago)
Violent religious extremists are often tortured men with a history of using pornography, London Mayor Boris Johnson says.
2:43 am (10 hours ago)
University applications have reached record levels, according to the Ucas admissions service.
5:28 am (7 hours ago)
Our internal body clock has such a dramatic impact on sporting ability that it could alter the chances of Olympic gold.
2:46 am (10 hours ago)
Watching a DVD or using a stress ball during minor surgery can reduce a patient's anxiety levels, suggests a study from the University of Surrey.
1:35 am (11 hours ago)
MPs say problems in some more autonomous schools have been picked up too late because of lack of oversight by the government.
Yesterday 6:00 pm (18 hours ago)
Government school league tables are branded a "nonsense", after numerous changes to the way grades are recognised left more schools failing.
6:03 am (6 hours ago)
An Indian woman who says she was raped by a Delhi driver of web-based taxi firm Uber files a lawsuit against the service in a US court.
Yesterday 5:01 pm (19 hours ago)
Rory Cellan-Jones visits a building where microchipped workers gain entry and use photocopiers by holding up their hands - and trials the tech himself.
2:28 am (10 hours ago)
Scientists studying one of the most mysterious whale species find they form long-term alliances, sometimes lasting many years.
11:29 am (53 minutes ago)
Scientists who claimed to have found evidence for a cosmic super-expansion at the Big Bang made no such discovery, a leak of a concluding study suggests.
11:24 am (58 minutes ago)
Death Row Records founder Suge Knight is being questioned by police after being declared a suspect in a fatal hit-and-run.
11:24 am (58 minutes ago)
The live coverage of a controversial police raid on the home of Sir Cliff Richard is nominated for a Royal Television Society award.
Yesterday 1:48 pm (23 hours ago)
It's one of the biggest creatures to walk the earth, but how is its name pronounced?
Yesterday, 12:17 pm
It's the Caption Challenge. Oh yes it is.
12:01 pm (21 minutes ago)
A teenager who shaved his head to raise money for a cancer charity is put into isolation for breaking school rules.
4:38 am (8 hours ago)
The Church of England says it is investigating a vicar accused of posting an article on Facebook claiming Israel was behind the 9/11 attacks.
12:17 pm (5 minutes ago)
A man is found guilty at the High Court in Glasgow of raping a young boy and of sexually abusing a girl from when she was 12 to 15 years old.
3:23 am (9 hours ago)
The Fire Brigades Union calls for urgent talks after a report suggested the deaths of some firefighters in the UK since 2004 were preventable.
12:12 pm (9 minutes ago)
Police have said the Pakistani man who was murdered in Botanic Avenue yesterday was 29-year-old Mohsin Bhatti.
8:53 am (3 hours ago)
The chief electoral officer says a primary school in County Tyrone will no longer be used as a polling station after loyalist protesters demonstrated outside it during last year's elections.
11:42 am (40 minutes ago)
A primary school teacher is cleared of having sex with two under-age girls at Swansea Crown Court.
9:37 am (3 hours ago)
Changing the names of some of Wales' health boards might help towards solving a shortage of doctors wanting to train here, says a leading medical figure.
11:44 am (38 minutes ago)
The African Union backs plans for a West African task force of 7,500 troops to fight Boko Haram militants.
8:26 am (4 hours ago)
At least 26 people, mostly soldiers, are killed in a series of attacks by Islamist militants in Egypt's Sinai peninsula.
11:48 am (34 minutes ago)
China's education minister tells universities to shun textbooks promoting Western values and block criticism of the political system, state media say.
12:01 pm (21 minutes ago)
The Philippines holds a day of mourning for 44 police commandos killed in a clash with Muslim rebels, as police sought terror suspects.
11:38 am (44 minutes ago)
Russia contests claims its planes caused "disruption to civil aviation" in the UK, saying the patrols were "routine" and met "international legal norms".
1:56 am (10 hours ago)
A man wielding a fake gun is arrested in a studio of Dutch news broadcaster NOS, causing the main evening bulletins to be cancelled.
Yesterday 10:35 pm (14 hours ago)
A gas tank lorry explodes outside a maternity and children's hospital in Mexico City, killing a woman and a baby.
Yesterday 5:06 pm (19 hours ago)
The funeral of Alberto Nisman, the Argentine prosecutor who was found dead in his home on 18 January, is held in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires.
Yesterday 6:37 pm (18 hours ago)
Jordan seeks proof a pilot held hostage by the Islamic State group is still alive, as efforts to negotiate a prisoner swap continue.
4:55 am (7 hours ago)
King Salman of Saudi Arabia announces a major cabinet reshuffle, a week after he acceded to the throne.
Yesterday 9:46 pm (15 hours ago)
The US Senate passes a bill to approve the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, sending it to President Barack Obama's desk for a likely veto.
Yesterday 10:43 pm (14 hours ago)
The online retail giant Amazon reports weaker profits for the busy Christmas period, but a 15% rise in sales cheers investors.
8:47 am (4 hours ago)
Petrol stations around the world
Yesterday 6:04 pm (18 hours ago)
Pictures from around the country
Wednesday, 3:50 pm
Readers' photos on the theme of "city skylines"
Wednesday, 12:22 pm
Images from around the world: 28 January
Tuesday, 10:37 pm
Shetland's spectacular annual re festival
Wednesday, 1:36 am
Striking buildings new to the National Heritage List
Monday, 4:54 pm
Cold Water Swimming Championships
Tuesday, 12:25 pm
Images from around the world: 27 January
Yesterday 12:29 pm (24 hours ago)
MPs hear evidence on broadband in rural areas and the Charity Commission.
12:19 am (12 hours ago)
A Tibetan Buddhist monk took in 33 orphans after an earthquake in 2010 - now he is looking after 170 children.
9:41 am (3 hours ago)
Andy Murray admits he and his entourage were pushed to the limit in his Australian Open semi-final win over Tomas Berdych.
2:56 am (9 hours ago)
A US treasure hunter who has been described by officials as the "most intelligent fugitive," has appeared in a Florida court following his arrest after two years on the run.
7:07 am (5 hours ago)
Two balloonists trying to break two world records for crossing the Pacific have been forced to change course off the coast of California and head for Mexico rather than Canada.
6:42 am (6 hours ago)
New legislation in the United States aims to allow some undocumented immigrants to stay in the US and apply for work permits but many are afraid to admit their status.
Yesterday 5:45 pm (19 hours ago)
A Canadian ice climber stuns visitors to Niagara Falls by climbing up a frozen section of the famous gorge.
Yesterday 9:30 pm (15 hours ago)
A gunman has been arrested in a studio of Dutch news broadcaster NOS after disrupting the main evening news, reportedly demanding airtime.
Yesterday 4:50 pm (20 hours ago)
An office block in Sweden is offering workers the chance to have a microchip implanted to allow them to access to various services - Rory Cellan-Jones tries it out.
12:04 am (12 hours ago)
Did the soldiers of WW1 have an irrational fear of poison gas?
1:01 am (11 hours ago)
French teachers on the front line after Charlie Hebdo attack
Yesterday 2:50 pm (22 hours ago)
What really goes on in a care home?
12:10 am (12 hours ago)
The remarkable appeal of the Finnish baby boxes
1:24 am (11 hours ago)
Who was the zombie cat?
11:39 am (43 minutes ago)
French government's extremism message mocked
9:23 am (3 hours ago)
Why it pays for players like Murray to have an entourage
1:56 am (10 hours ago)
UKIP's battle to attract more young members
1:19 am (11 hours ago)
What people miss about life before the Ebola outbreak

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