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Trump separation policy: Children 'in cages' in Texas
Reporters who visited a migrant detention centre in Texas say they saw 20 children inside one cage.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 13:11

Loughborough Junction: Three killed by train in south London
Police are trying to establish how the people came to be on the tracks near Loughborough Junction.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 13:05

Audi chief Rupert Stadler arrested in diesel emissions probe
There was a danger that Rupert Stadler could seek to suppress evidence, prosecutors say.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 12:27

Napoleon's Waterloo hat goes under hammer
The emperor's hat is said to have been salvaged from the battlefield in 1815 by a Dutch baron.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 12:25

Glasgow art school blaze: Fire chiefs 'guarantee' to find cause
Fire investigators promise a "comprehensive and professional" probe into the blaze at the Glasgow School of Art.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 12:20

Is this Angela Merkel's moment of reckoning?
How a row with a coalition partner has left the German chancellor fighting for her political life.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 12:13

Selfie mistakes: Sorry, but that is not a celebrity
A Labour MP is thrilled to have his photo taken with Clean Bandit but he'd unfortunately posed with the wrong people.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 12:09

Ben Stokes & Chris Woakes: England all-rounders set to miss Australia ODIs
England all-rounders Ben Stokes and Chris Woakes are set to miss the remaining three one-day internationals against Australia.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 11:59

Mother and son found dead at Beachy Head cliffs
The bodies found at Beachy Head are believed to be a 42-year-old woman and her son from Maidstone.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 11:53

Dutch PinkPop festival: One dead in hit-and-run
Police arrest a suspect after a vehicle hit four people at the end of the Pinkpop music festival
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 11:49

Royal wedding 2018: Meghan's dad reveals tears over big day
Thomas Markle says he is upset about being "a footnote to the greatest moment in history".
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 11:45

Eurydice Dixon: Vigils held for murdered Australia comedian
Eurydice Dixon's alleged rape and murder has prompted an outpouring of grief in Australia.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 11:11

How a giant python swallowed an Indonesian woman
An Indonesian woman appears to have been the latest victim of a gruesome but rare animal attack.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 11:03

NHS funding: Brexit 'won't save enough' to fund £20bn boost
Jeremy Hunt says there will be an "increased burden of taxation" to pay for the extra £20bn a year.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 11:00

Is Thailand 'beach-bot' ready?
A locally-designed beach robot is helping to clear Thailand's sandy beaches of cigarette butts.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 10:27

Japan earthquake: Child and two men dead and hundreds injured
The girl was killed by a falling wall when Osaka was hit by a magnitude 6.1 earthquake.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 10:25

Virgin Money bought by CYBG for £1.7bn
The combined group will be the UK's sixth-largest bank, with about six million customers.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 10:03

Fatal Dreamworld ride had previous malfunctions, inquest hears
A long-awaited inquest into the Australian theme park tragedy hears of previous malfunctions.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 08:11

Deadly earthquake hits Japan
At least three people are reported to have been killed when an earthquake hit the city of Osaka.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 06:16

World Cup 2018: How the Mexicans reacted to shock win
Mexico shocked Germany as they beat the world champions in their opening game of the World Cup.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 04:43

Child prisoners 'held in solitary confinement'
A prison reform charity says it has been told of numerous incidents in young offenders institutions.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 03:02

Debit card payments more popular than cash
More than three million people hardly used cash at all last year, according to the banking trade body.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 02:28

Veganism: Why is it on the up?
More and more people are buying plant-powered products. What’s behind the rise?
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 02:25

'Why UK Asians need to talk more about suicide'
Rates of attempted suicide among South Asian women are two-and-a-half times more than white women.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 02:24

Galloway's war of words with a mystery Wikipedia editor
"Philip Cross" has made thousands of Wikipedia edits. But he's been accused of bias against anti-war activists.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 02:21

Hong Kong's fish are eating plastic - and people could be too
A lot of Hong Kong's fish contains tiny bits of plastic that could end up on your plate.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 02:15

Celebrating the flower growers of Britain
Photographer Tessa Bunney's pictures celebrate British Flowers Week..
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 02:03

World Cup Catch-Up: Mexicans rave after beating Germany
Watch all the best action and funnies from the fourth day of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 01:48

The Arab world's 'only gay radio station'
Tunisians are enjoying greater freedom since the 2011 revolution, and now gay rights activists hope they will also benefit.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 01:38

'The day I was diagnosed was the worst of my life'
How one entrepreneur had to quit work to battle cancer, leaving his co-founder to grow their company on his own.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 01:35

The man who went to the North Korean place that ‘doesn’t exist’
One US citizen warns of the consequences of a visit to a forbidden area in North Korea.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 01:32

‘Prostitutes saved me from sex work’
When a fire at a children's home in Guatemala killed dozens of teenage girls, it exposed a culture of abuse. Suyapa Milian lived there for more than a year when she was a teenager.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 01:29

Why Kenyan school children are being taught to say 'no', loudly
School girls and boys in Kenyan schools are being taught self defence and how to report sexual and physical attacks.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 01:27

The untold good news story of America today
A grassroots movement getting few headlines could yet herald a new American age of change.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 01:12

Taking a stand against sexism and racism in the advertising industry
Magazine editor Sherry Collins is taking a stand after being confused for a prostitute at a media event.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 01:05

The half-a-home housing solution
Building a house can be expensive, so in some places you can get half a house and finish it later.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 01:02

World Cup quiz
How much do you know about England's World Cup squad?
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 01:01

US Open: Brooks Koepka beats Tommy Fleetwood at Shinnecock Hills
American Brooks Koepka defends his US Open title with a one-shot victory over England's record-equalling Tommy Fleetwood at Shinnecock Hills.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 00:49

Conservative newcomer Ivan Duque wins Colombia's presidential election
Ivan Duque wins after promising to rewrite a controversial peace deal with Farc rebels.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 00:46

Newspaper headlines: PM 'under fire for Brexit dividend claim' and 'We Kane Do It'
The funding of the PM's NHS plan and the England football team feature on Monday's front pages.
bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 00:32

World Cup 2018: Pick your England team to face Tunisia
Who should start for England in their World Cup opener against Tunisia? Pick your 11 with the BBC squad selector.
news.bbc.co.uk | 18-Jun-2018 00:03

World Cup 2018: England are in a difficult group, says Gareth Southgate
England are facing one of the World Cup's toughest groups as they begin their campaign against Tunisia, manager Gareth Southgate says.
news.bbc.co.uk | 17-Jun-2018 23:45

Billy Caldwell: Senior MP urges reform over medical cannabis
An MP leading an all-party group looking at medical cannabis calls for 'more fundamental reform'.
bbc.co.uk | 17-Jun-2018 23:42

US child migrants: Melania calls for end to Trump's separation policy
The US first lady says she "hates to see" hundreds of child migrants separated from their parents.
news.bbc.co.uk | 17-Jun-2018 23:18

Computer game addiction: 'I spend 20 plus hours a week gaming'
The World Health Organisation lists gaming addiction as a mental health condition for the first time.
news.bbc.co.uk | 17-Jun-2018 23:02

Question Time: David Dimbleby to step down after 25 years
David Dimbleby, who has hosted Question Time since 1994, says he will leave it at the end of the year.
news.bbc.co.uk | 17-Jun-2018 23:01

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