Three face no action over Gaia Pope death
Three people who were held over the death of teenager Gaia Pope will face no further action, police say. | 20-Nov-2017 13:06

Endris Mohammed jailed for murdering his children
Endris Mohammed smothered his two children at home and tried to kill his wife in a gas explosion. | 20-Nov-2017 13:00

I'm A Celebrity: Dec jokes about Ant's return to TV
Ant McPartlin went to rehab in June after becoming addicted to painkillers following a knee operation. | 20-Nov-2017 12:58

Don't play Santa to the EU, Tory MP warns government
The two sides cannot agree on how much money the UK should hand over as part of Brexit. | 20-Nov-2017 12:46

Black Friday deals ‘not all they seem,’ shoppers warned
Which? investigation of product prices reveals 60% were cheaper or the same price on other days of the year | 20-Nov-2017 12:40

Zimbabwe crisis: Mugabe ignores party's deadline to quit
Zimbabwe's president has defied calls to resign despite his own party's threat to impeach him.
BBC News | 20-Nov-2017 12:24

Jana Novotna: Former Wimbledon champion dies at age of 49
The Women's Tennis Association says 1998 Wimbledon champion Jana Novotna, who had cancer, "died peacefully, surrounded by her family" aged 49. | 20-Nov-2017 12:13

Charles Manson dies aged 83 after four decades in prison
The cult leader sent his followers to commit a series of brutal murders in the late 1960s. | 20-Nov-2017 12:10

India BJP minister criticised for peeing in public
A ruling party minister admits to urinating in the open despite an appeal for Indians to use toilets. | 20-Nov-2017 11:50

Zimbabwe's week of upheaval in under two minutes
From tanks heading toward the capital Harare on Tuesday to President Robert Mugabe's surprise speech.
BBC News | 20-Nov-2017 11:49

Poland fury over 'attack' by EU's Tusk
The Polish PM hits back after EU leader Tusk linked her government to a "Kremlin plan". | 20-Nov-2017 11:42

Kenya Supreme Court upholds Uhuru Kenyatta poll win
The main opposition has rejected the ruling, saying it will not recognise the new government.
BBC News | 20-Nov-2017 11:15

Tony Pulis: West Brom sack head coach after Chelsea defeat
Tony Pulis is sacked by West Brom with the club a point above the relegation zone and without a win in 10 Premier League games. | 20-Nov-2017 11:14

Scotland call for fit-again Sean Maitland and Fraser Brown
Fit-again Saracens wing Sean Maitland and Glasgow Warriors hooker Fraser Brown join the Scotland squad ahead of Australia's visit. | 20-Nov-2017 11:12

Morrissey defends Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein
The singer dismisses the allegations of sexual assault, saying Spacey has been “needlessly attacked”. | 20-Nov-2017 10:30

Jana Novotna cries after losing 1993 Wimbledon final
Watch Jana Novotna cry on the Duchess of Kent's shoulders after surrendering a commanding lead to slump to defeat by Steffi Graf in the Wimbledon women's singles final of 1993. | 20-Nov-2017 10:03

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern 'regrets Trump story'
Jacinda Ardern’s friend had told local media the US president mistook her for Justin Trudeau’s wife. | 20-Nov-2017 09:48

Drilling down
The rural Yorkshire village taken over by anti-fracking protesters, police vans and lorry convoys. | 20-Nov-2017 09:38

Transparent star Jeffrey Tambor leaves show
The actor says he doesn't see how he can return after being accused of inappropriate behaviour. | 20-Nov-2017 09:38

Ashes: Australia plan to 'open a few England scars' in first Test in Brisbane
England will be reminded of their failings from the 2013-14 Ashes whitewash when this series gets under way, says Australia paceman Josh Hazlewood. | 20-Nov-2017 09:13

Okinawa car crash sparks US troops alcohol ban in Japan
A Marine is under arrest for drink-driving after a deadly crash stokes resentment on Okinawa. | 20-Nov-2017 09:10

Some cancer patients have PTSD years after diagnosis, study finds
A fifth of cancer patients experience post-traumatic stress disorder. | 20-Nov-2017 06:25

The hit-and-run that killed our Liam
Liam Rogerson was killed by a car that didn't stop. The his family had to come to terms with their loss. | 20-Nov-2017 03:55

As good as free
India's latest politically linked canteens are named after a former PM, and offer delicious food. | 20-Nov-2017 02:31

'I was shot in the knee as a punishment'
Northern Ireland church leaders condemn the rise of so-called "punishment attacks" against young people. | 20-Nov-2017 02:08

Egypt's hipsters
From piercings to dreadlocks: Egypt's young embrace styles traditionally viewed there with suspicion. | 20-Nov-2017 01:52

The Queen and Prince Philip celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary
Images mark the platinum wedding anniversary of the Queen and Prince Philip. | 20-Nov-2017 01:37

'Don’t fall apart': Managing your mind at work
Like Minds: Does your work understand your mental health? | 20-Nov-2017 01:34

Here are the people battling online for Russia’s future
Who's winning the political fight on the Russian internet? | 20-Nov-2017 01:32

Artists, haircuts and John Travolta - Garth's team of the week
Garth Crooks gets whimsical over one player's magnificence and includes three from one north London club in his team of the week. | 20-Nov-2017 01:27

From sleeping under a bridge to working on a roof
Sharon's life was rock bottom when she was homeless but how she has a bright future in the solar industry. | 20-Nov-2017 01:26

Why do so many US women die giving birth?
While progress has been made to curb death rates in other countries, the US has seen an increase. | 20-Nov-2017 01:25

How great is China's influence?
The news that the head of Zimbabwe's military visited China days before it took power has sparked questions.
BBC News | 20-Nov-2017 01:22

How to be a professional gamer
With the global e-sports market set to hit $1.5bn in three years, Singapore is helping train professional gamers. | 20-Nov-2017 01:20

The cold chain
The "cold chain" profoundly changed the food we eat and the way we shop. | 20-Nov-2017 01:16

Germany coalition: Talks collapse as FDP pulls out
Chancellor Angela Merkel may now have to form a minority coalition or hold snap elections. | 20-Nov-2017 01:14

Luck of the Irish?
How 27-year-old Irishman John Collison created IT firm Stripe with his brother, and became personally worth $1.1bn. | 20-Nov-2017 01:09

Victims 'told not to report' Jehovah's Witness child abuse
Abuse victims told the BBC they were allegedly told by the church not to report the crimes. | 20-Nov-2017 01:05

Pregnant at 14: 'I proved myself by getting good GCSEs'
Alex, now 19, says she has a good life - but would she want the same for her own daughter? | 20-Nov-2017 01:05

Budget 2017: Issues for the young
What should young people be watching out for in this year's Budget? | 20-Nov-2017 01:04

Dame Katherine Grainger urges improvements in athlete welfare
The chair of UK Sport, Dame Katherine Grainger, urges British sports to improve athlete welfare amid widespread bullying allegations. | 20-Nov-2017 01:03

Women advised to sleep on side to help prevent stillbirth
The risk of stillbirth is doubled if women go to sleep on their backs in the last trimester, a study finds. | 20-Nov-2017 01:03

Mohamed Salah: Egypt striker carries hopes of a nation at World Cup
Mohamed Salah, who has never even seen Egypt play in a World Cup, will carry the expectations of a nation when they compete at Russia 2018. | 20-Nov-2017 01:02

Chile election: Conservative Sebastian Pinera takes lead
Ex-president Sebastián Piñera is on course to win the first round, but may fail to avoid a run-off. | 20-Nov-2017 00:41

Newspaper headlines: Defiant Robert Mugabe 'clings to power'
Monday's front pages are dominated by Robert Mugabe's efforts to "cling to power" in Zimbabwe. | 20-Nov-2017 00:36

Dimitrov makes history by beating Goffin to win ATP Finals - highlights & report
Grigor Dimitrov becomes the first man for 19 years to win the ATP Finals on his debut appearance with victory over Belgian David Goffin. | 20-Nov-2017 00:29

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