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3:52 pm (3 hours ago)
Britain will not work with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the battle against Islamic State extremists, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says.
5:39 pm (an hour ago)
Militants kill at least 64 worshippers at a mosque in an area of eastern Iraq that has seen fierce fighting between the government and IS militants.
5:32 pm (an hour ago)
Ukraine's President Poroshenko accuses Russia of a "flagrant violation of international law" after Russian humanitarian aid lorries crossed the border without permission.
6:11 pm (28 minutes ago)
BBC and South Yorkshire Police chiefs are summoned before MPs after a claim of a "cover-up" over the raid on Sir Cliff Richard's home.
5:56 pm (43 minutes ago)
Hamas executes 18 people suspected of helping Israel, as two Palestinians and an Israeli boy are killed in the latest violence in the Gaza conflict.
12:19 pm (6 hours ago)
A man has been jailed for 33 months after recording Fast And Furious 6 from the back of a cinema in the West Midlands town of Walsall.
1:51 pm (5 hours ago)
An ex-Met Police community support officer could face prison after admitting selling a story to the Sun about a supermodel facing an assault allegation.
5:43 pm (56 minutes ago)
A policeman goes on trial in Germany accused of murdering a businessman who allegedly shared a cannibalism fetish.
1:14 pm (5 hours ago)
The NHS is to rapidly expand the number of physician associates, who take histories of patients, examine them and make simple diagnoses.
6:12 pm (27 minutes ago)
Labour's David Jamieson is elected as the new West Midlands police and crime commissioner as it emerges the turnout was 10.4%.
10:58 am (8 hours ago)
The Tor Project says it believes some NSA and GCHQ agents are surreptitiously leaking it information to protect anonymity on the net.
9:53 am (9 hours ago)
Malaysians observe a moment of silence following the arrival of the bodies of 20 victims of Flight MH17 which crashed in Ukraine in July.
5:00 pm (an hour ago)
A survivor of an Islamic State massacre in Iraq says that initially the militants had promised not to hurt the people in his village.
12:00 am (19 hours ago)
Police in St Louis released a video of their officers shooting a robbery suspect as he held a knife, but their pledge of transparency has lead to more questions.
10:19 am (8 hours ago)
Jon Darch, of the Safe Standing Campaign, demonstrates a stadium rail-seat design.
6:19 am (12 hours ago)
Gibraltar is planning to banish some of its Barbary macaque population which have become too cheeky or aggressive
8:29 am (10 hours ago)
BBC Sport goes behind the scenes at Match of the Day with Gary Lineker and the team before the show's 50th birthday.
12:31 pm (6 hours ago)
F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone tells the BBC's Dan Roan he wants to run Formula 1 for as long as he can after paying £60m to end his three-month bribery trial.
10:45 am (8 hours ago)
Victoria Beckham is the latest celebrity to accept the ALS ice bucket challenge
11:31 am (7 hours ago)
BBC weather presenter Carol Kirkwood reports from a motorised bathroom at charity fundraiser 'CarFest' in Hampshire.
12:44 am (18 hours ago)
Baby coral and fish can smell the difference between good and bad reefs, say marine ecologists.
4:09 pm (3 hours ago)
Alistair Darling takes the ice bucket challenge after being nominated by actor James McAvoy.
6:36 pm (3 minutes ago)
Ex-Cardiff boss Malky Mackay says he is no "racist, sexist, homophobe or anti-Semite" after sending offensive text messages.
3:18 pm (3 hours ago)
Lewis Hamilton's stunning pace in second practice at the Belgian Grand Prix sees him head team-mate Nico Rosberg by 0.604 seconds.
5:37 pm (an hour ago)
Double Olympic champion Mo Farah describes this as his "toughest year" and says he will now focus on the track.
11:47 am (7 hours ago)
Bernie Ecclestone tells the BBC he wants to run Formula 1 for as long as he can after paying £60m to end a bribery trial.
5:03 pm (an hour ago)
Sarah Barrow wins Britain's first female individual European diving gold medal since 1927 with victory in the 10m platform.
11:28 am (7 hours ago)
Uncertainty over an independent Scotland's currency could lead to "capital flight" from the country, the chairman of HSBC claims.
4:20 pm (2 hours ago)
Lerato Mbele reports on whether South Africa will fall back into recession, ahead of the release of the country's latest GDP figures.
2:51 pm (4 hours ago)
Veteran MPs Jack Straw and Margaret Beckett urge further scrutiny of the proposed appointment of the new House of Commons clerk amid a continuing row.
10:47 am (8 hours ago)
The former chief of the general staff, Lord Dannatt, has said that the international community should consider negotiating with President Assad of Syria.
5:59 pm (40 minutes ago)
The outbreak of salmonella in England is likely to have come from a single source of eggs, according to Public Health England.
Yesterday, 12:30 pm
Singer songwriter Anastacia tells BBC Breakfast about her post mastectomy experience and new album 'Resurrection'
12:14 am (18 hours ago)
The official referendum campaigns are being barred from the majority of schools in Scotland ahead of polling day, BBC research finds.
Tuesday, 1:48 pm
A principal at an academy school in Birmingham, who resigned because she felt under undue pressure from governors, has given a statement after resuming her post.
3:47 pm (3 hours ago)
US researchers say they have been able to hack into Gmail accounts with a 92% success rate by exploiting a weakness in smartphone software.
10:19 am (8 hours ago)
Hitch-hiking robot HitchBOT completes a 6,000 km (3,700 mile) trip plus other tech news
2:51 pm (4 hours ago)
Europe puts up the first "full operational capability" spacecraft in the Galileo satellite network - its version of the American GPS system.
6:19 am (12 hours ago)
Gibraltar is planning to banish some of its Barbary macaque population which have become too cheeky or aggressive
3:31 am (15 hours ago)
India blocks the release of a film on the assassination of former Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi, after complaints it glorifies her killers.
7:54 am (11 hours ago)
Doctor Who writer Stephen Moffat says he's not worried about the fans who watched the leaked episodes, as they will "watch them again".
4:54 pm (an hour ago)
The music that makes you spend online, and other nuggets.
4:54 pm (an hour ago)
The week in numbers with our Go Figure images.
7:01 am (12 hours ago)
Most papers focus on efforts to identify the British jihadist in the video of reporter James Foley's beheading, while others raise fears over ex-footballer Paul Gascoigne's health.
6:10 pm (29 minutes ago)
A man who paid a crack cocaine addict £1,000 to kill his wife is jailed for life for her murder.
5:02 pm (an hour ago)
A former UKIP councillor will not face any action after he blamed the winter storms and flooding on the legalisation of gay marriage.
4:12 pm (2 hours ago)
Administrators consider three bids for Ferguson Shipbuilders in Port Glasgow, which went bust last week.
11:17 am (7 hours ago)
More than a million people have signed a declaration that they are in favour of Scottish independence, campaigners say.
5:46 pm (54 minutes ago)
Real IRA leader Michael McKevitt will not be released early from prison, following a ruling by the Republic of Ireland's Supreme Court.
4:51 pm (an hour ago)
A third man is being questioned about the attempted murder of a man in north Belfast earlier this week.
5:26 pm (an hour ago)
The death of a six-year-old girl from suspected choking while on holiday in Gwynedd prompts a call for increased ambulance staffing in rural areas.
6:27 pm (12 minutes ago)
A 91-year-old great-grandmother needed surgery after being bitten by a dog while walking home in Cardiff.
5:35 pm (an hour ago)
Senegal defends the closure of its border with Guinea because of the deadly Ebola outbreak, after the WHO warned such measures are counter-productive.
4:09 pm (2 hours ago)
A woman who was gang-raped and burned in her house tells a DR Congo war crimes trial she saw an army colonel give the orders.
12:05 pm (7 hours ago)
Heavy rain hampers rescue operations in Japan's Hiroshima prefecture where a landslide killed at least 39 people, with 51 still missing.
5:57 am (13 hours ago)
Authorities in the southern Indian state of Kerala outline plans to ban the sale and consumption of alcohol to tackle the state's drink problem.
1:23 pm (5 hours ago)
Four rare white lion cubs - three males and one female - are born at a circus on tour in eastern Germany.
11:38 am (7 hours ago)
France welcomes about 40 Iraqi Christian refugees flown to Paris from Irbil in Iraqi Kurdistan after fleeing Islamist fighters.
12:32 am (18 hours ago)
Argentina's plan to ask investors holding defaulted bonds to swap them for new locally issued debt is ruled "illegal" by a US court.
12:42 am (18 hours ago)
Venezuela plans to fingerprint supermarket shoppers in a move to combat food shortages and smuggling.
2:59 pm (4 hours ago)
Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq are the most dangerous threat the US has faced in recent years, senior American officials warn.
7:29 am (11 hours ago)
Two tourist buses collide near Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt's Sinai peninsula, leaving 33 people dead and 41 injured, officials say.
6:06 pm (33 minutes ago)
The US military has yet to offer imprisoned Wikileaks leaker Chelsea Manning sex change treatment despite medical recommendations, her lawyer says.
3:55 pm (3 hours ago)
US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen says there is still "remaining slack in the labour market".
Thursday, August 14th, 11:59 am
24 hours of news photos: 14 August
Wednesday, August 13th, 2:43 am
Life and career of US actress Lauren Bacall
Tuesday, August 12th, 4:08 pm
Charting career of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki
Tuesday, August 12th, 12:57 pm
Career of actor and comedian in pictures
Wednesday, August 13th, 12:11 pm
24 hours of news photos: 13 August
Tuesday, August 12th, 3:55 pm
A new exhibition of photos by Jillian Edelstein
Monday, August 11th, 10:29 pm
Yazidi refugees fleeing violence from Islamic State militants
Tuesday, August 12th, 2:31 pm
24 hours of news photos: 12 August
Tuesday, July 22nd, 5:41 pm
Israel's response to rocket attacks must be "proportionate", insists a minister.
2:09 pm (4 hours ago)
A Soyuz rocket carrying two satellites which will make up part of a new European sat-nav system, blasts off from French Guiana.
6:48 am (12 hours ago)
Barack Obama has said he will not be taking part in the ice bucket challenge, a fundraising stunt which involves people drenching themselves with cold water.
12:30 pm (6 hours ago)
The League Managers' Association has apologised after describing offensive text messages sent by Malky Mackay as "friendly banter".
2:21 pm (4 hours ago)
Malaysians are marking the return of the remains of the first 20 victims from the downing of flight MH17 over Ukraine in July.
Yesterday 7:27 pm (23 hours ago)
Even though Islamic State threatened to murder another American hostage, there were another six US air strikes
Yesterday, 5:23 pm
Ebola virus survivor Dr Kent Brantly has described how he is "thrilled to be alive" after contracting the infection while working in Liberia.
7:44 am (11 hours ago)
French Jews say they are feeling the impact of events in Gaza, with a disturbing rise in anti-semitism.
Yesterday, 5:43 pm
The BBC obtains recordings by Gulnara Karimova - the daughter of Uzbekistan's president - in which she claims she needs urgent medical help.
1:33 pm (5 hours ago)
Why 'banter' is experiencing a backlash
8:27 am (10 hours ago)
Can social media help keep Scotland in the Union?
1:02 am (18 hours ago)
What are the main reasons men pay for sex?
Yesterday 11:32 pm (19 hours ago)
Gary Lineker on 50 years of Match of the Day
1:05 am (18 hours ago)
Why was this man refused entry to Dubai?
1:03 am (18 hours ago)
How Sam Cam's ancestor 'reinvented' walking
12:09 am (19 hours ago)
The secret recordings of a president's daughter
12:04 am (19 hours ago)
The 83-year-old still tied to Brazil's Big Island prison
10:00 am (9 hours ago)
Watch and click as Mark Easton explore the issues
Yesterday, 6:14 pm
What happens when Britons fighting in Syria return home?
10:15 am (8 hours ago)
Can computers do a job traditionally done by academics?

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