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2:29 pm (44 minutes ago)
Re-elected Fifa president Sepp Blatter plays down US criminal proceedings launched against officials of world football's governing body.
11:09 am (4 hours ago)
A 16-year-old boy appears in court charged with the murders of a man and woman in Colchester.
2:28 pm (45 minutes ago)
Alastair Cook passes Graham Gooch's tally of 8,900 runs to become England's leading scorer in Test history.
10:05 am (5 hours ago)
People who have filed late tax returns are to be let off paying a £100 fine for missing the deadline, HM Revenue and Customs has confirmed.
2:53 pm (20 minutes ago)
A memorial service for Coronation Street actress Anne Kirkbride is held at Manchester Cathedral.
1:08 pm (2 hours ago)
A powerful undersea earthquake strikes south of Japan, shaking buildings in Tokyo almost 900km (550 miles) away.
2:20 pm (53 minutes ago)
A man confesses to murdering Ranjit Power, a Wolverhampton businessman who went missing three weeks ago in India, police say.
9:42 am (6 hours ago)
Former Saved by the Bell actor Dustin Diamond is convicted of two charges after a bar fight on Christmas Day - but cleared of a more serious claim.
11:22 am (4 hours ago)
Crisis talks aimed at averting strike action resume as a dispute between National Rail and its workers over pay continues.
11:47 am (3 hours ago)
First Minister Peter Robinson is at the Irish Open golf tournament in Newcastle, County Down, a day after being discharged from hospital.
12:00 am (15 hours ago)
A lung cancer therapy can more than double life expectancy in some patients, a major trial shows.
Monday, April 27th, 6:51 pm
Images of the destruction wreaked on Nepal's Kathmandu valley landmarks by Saturday's deadly earthquake.
8:23 am (7 hours ago)
The BBC's Katya Adler looks whether British PM David Cameron's "whistle-stop tour" of the EU to push for changes in the 28-member bloc was a success.
12:23 am (15 hours ago)
The rising number of Chinese nationals working abroad is causing Beijing to adapt its foreign policy in order to protect them, says Jonathan Marcus.
Yesterday, 10:10 am
The government has said it will introduce a ban on the sale of legal highs, but what are they and where does the law stand on them?
Yesterday, 9:33 am
Are black children reaching their full potential at US schools - and if not, why not?
2:23 pm (50 minutes ago)
Former England captain Rio Ferdinand brings an end to his career days after being released by Queens Park Rangers.
1:57 pm (an hour ago)
The FA Cup will be rebranded as The Emirates FA Cup as the Dubai-based company sign a three-year deal with the FA.
1:46 pm (an hour ago)
Andy Murray beats Australian Nick Kyrgios in straight sets to reach the fourth round of the French Open.
Thursday, 2:10 pm
Fifteen years since 2000, 15 questions on the FA Cup final. How much do you know?
7:56 am (7 hours ago)
Amir Khan says he wants to take on Floyd Mayweather next after beating Chris Algieri in Friday's welterweight bout.
12:01 am (15 hours ago)
Mobile operator EE and the BBC will test a mobile app at the FA Cup final which uses 4G Broadcast technology to offer instant replays to fans in the stadium.
Yesterday 6:06 pm (21 hours ago)
Tata Steel workers across the UK vote by almost 9-1 to go on strike in a row over pensions in the first national strike in the steel industry for 30 years.
Yesterday 11:00 pm (16 hours ago)
Labour leadership contender Yvette Cooper says Labour was "squeamish" about talking about immigration in the past in an interview with Newsnight.
Yesterday 4:23 pm (23 hours ago)
Angela Merkel says she does not rule out future treaty changes as she promises to work "constructively" with the UK on EU reform.
Yesterday 5:12 pm (22 hours ago)
A study says Germany's birth rate has slumped to the lowest in the world, prompting fears labour market shortages will damage the economy.
Yesterday, 2:32 pm
A woman, whose brother was killed in a car accident, has met the man who was given his face in a pioneering transplant operation.
Yesterday 5:53 pm (21 hours ago)
A ban on women driving their children to school issued by a Jewish education institution is "unacceptable", Education Secretary Nicky Morgan says.
Yesterday, 1:43 pm
More than 30 countries are signing a Safe Schools Declaration in response to the deliberate targeting of education in war and terror attacks.
7:56 am (7 hours ago)
Ross Ulbricht, the founder of online illegal drug marketplace the Silk Road, is sentenced to life in prison.
Yesterday, 12:50 pm
Porn and adwarehave briefly taken over several web domains formerly owned by the FBI and used them to direct people to adware and malware sites.
12:13 am (15 hours ago)
Scientists are using drones to monitor gray whales of the coast of California.
Yesterday, 1:22 pm
The Great Barrier Reef should not go on the World Heritage danger list, according to a United Nations draft report.
Yesterday, 9:56 am
Stories about vengeful pigeons, poisoned cakes and living with a stammer are among the winners at this year's 500 Words competition.
Yesterday 6:14 pm (21 hours ago)
Scottish artist Jack Vettriano announces he is giving up painting for the foreseeable future due to a recent accident.
12:21 am (15 hours ago)
You can now get a direct train all the way to the Mediterranean from the UK. But not to many other places.
Thursday, 12:37 am
Thousands of users of taxi app Uber have reported their accounts being hacked or hijacked. What's going on?
9:22 am (6 hours ago)
A supposedly-gay bull saved from slaughter and re-homed in Norfolk is "not gay", his new owners reveal.
1:34 pm (an hour ago)
A group of protestors break into a Liverpool hotel during a charity dinner to raise money in memory of murdered toddler James Bulger.
10:40 am (5 hours ago)
Police say the condition of an elderly couple who were seriously injured by a bus in the centre of Glasgow has improved.
12:38 pm (3 hours ago)
Hotel in Arrochar, Argyll and Bute, closes for deep cleaning after outbreak of norovirus affects 14 guests.
1:23 pm (an hour ago)
A 32-year-old man is arrested over the murder of professional boxer Eamonn Magee Jr on the outskirts of west Belfast.
12:07 pm (3 hours ago)
The role played by Irish soldiers in the Battle of Waterloo 200 years ago is commemorated in Enniskillen.
2:01 pm (an hour ago)
The potential impact of a new cancer drug invented in Cardiff is described as "remarkable" at the world's biggest gathering of oncologists.
9:59 am (5 hours ago)
The leader of the Welsh Conservatives is calling for a full inquiry into the NHS after a damning report into care at a mental health unit in Denbighshire.
Yesterday, 2:15 pm
Muhammadu Buhari is sworn in as Nigeria's president in front of cheering crowds, promising to tackle the Boko Haram insurgency and corruption.
Yesterday 4:20 pm (23 hours ago)
Islamic State militants in Libya say they have seized the airport in Sirte, as the group continues to make advances in the country.
8:59 am (6 hours ago)
The US calls for an "immediate halt" to land reclamation in disputed areas of the South China Sea, saying China is "out of step" with international rules.
1:04 pm (2 hours ago)
Pakistan will host a third and final cricket match against Zimbabwe despite a deadly bomb attack near the venue of Friday's game, officials say.
Yesterday 10:16 pm (17 hours ago)
Italy rescued a total of more than 3,300 migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean on Friday, the country's coastguard says.
2:47 am (12 hours ago)
France's main opposition party, led by ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy, has changed its name from UMP to The Republicans, despite fierce opposition from critics.
4:01 am (11 hours ago)
Venezuela has blocked two ex-presidents from visiting opposition leaders jailed on charges of inciting violence against the government.
Yesterday 10:53 pm (16 hours ago)
The Colombian government and Farc guerrillas begin working together to clear landmines sown during 50 years of war.
1:20 pm (an hour ago)
At least 71 people have been killed in Syria's northern Aleppo province by barrel bombs dropped from government helicopters, activists say.
Yesterday 5:46 pm (21 hours ago)
At least four people die in a bomb attack outside a Shia mosque in Saudi Arabia, only a week after more than 20 people were killed in a similar bombing.
2:03 am (13 hours ago)
The US military orders a review into how it handles anthrax, after discovering more cases of live anthrax sent to laboratories, including one in Australia.
Yesterday 4:48 pm (22 hours ago)
The United States has removed Cuba from its list of state sponsors of terror, allowing the country to conduct banking in the United States, among other activities.
Yesterday, 1:53 am
Photographer Timothy Allen climbs high into the Peruvian Andes for Qoyllur Rit'i - the Snow Star Festival.
Wednesday, 12:06 pm
Who won? The official poster for the 2015 festival
Sunday, May 24th, 2:06 am
Party time at the 60th song contest in Vienna
Wednesday, 2:22 am
Rare access - an Indian high court at work
Tuesday, 3:03 am
Ben Weller has been taking pictures of South Korea's markets
Thursday, May 21st, 9:19 am
Readers' images on the theme of looking in
Friday, May 22nd, 2:37 pm
From around the world - 16-22 May
Friday, May 22nd, 1:03 am
Alison Baskerville's photos of women in Somaliland
Wednesday, March 25th, 12:45 pm
The Treasury Committee hears from the Chancellor, George Osborne.
11:15 am (4 hours ago)
A choir of 64 football fans have been chosen by the BBC's Songs of Praise to sing the hymn 'Abide With Me' at Wembley for the FA Cup Final.
9:01 am (6 hours ago)
People who have filed late tax returns have been let off paying a £100 fine if they provide a "reasonable" excuse for being late.
11:53 am (3 hours ago)
Fifa president Sepp Blatter has responded to questions about the arrests of Fifa officials under an American anti-corruption warrant.
1:23 pm (an hour ago)
The observation deck at the top of the One World Trade Centre has opened to the public.
2:26 pm (47 minutes ago)
A public memorial service has taken place at Manchester Cathedral to commemorate the life and work of Coronation Street star Anne Kirkbride.
2:28 am (13 hours ago)
The 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo is to be marked with an exhibition in the Belgian town of Waterloo.
Yesterday 7:01 pm (20 hours ago)
Ian Pannell and cameraman Darren Conway went to migrant camps on Malaysia's border, where traffickers abused and killed Rohingya Muslims.
Yesterday 6:03 pm (21 hours ago)
A teenager from Wales has spoken out about the night he ended up in hospital after taking a "legal high".
Yesterday 5:34 pm (22 hours ago)
When's the worst time to drink coffee?
12:07 am (15 hours ago)
The campaigns duelling over women's clothing
12:34 am (15 hours ago)
The man who walked 750km to meet his president
Yesterday 10:03 pm (17 hours ago)
Why you'd be very pleased to meet Andy Carter?
12:09 am (15 hours ago)
The elusive element that can make body parts glow
Yesterday 9:19 pm (18 hours ago)
The photos that got Burmese journalists into hot water
1:11 am (14 hours ago)
The controversial FA Cup Final of WW1

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