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Ayatollah Khamenei praises the Revolutionary Guard amid anger over the downing of a passenger jet. [...]

Conner Marshall was killed in an unprovoked attack by David Braddon, who was on probation. [...]

Understanding usage by children is key to studying potential harms and benefits, psychiatrists say. [...]

The Labour MPs set out their pitches, as they and other contenders prepare for the first hustings. [...]

Equalities minister Victoria Atkins says "common sense" is needed to determine what counts [...]

Ayanna Pressley says she shared her condition because "as a Black woman, the personal is politi [...]

As more cities declare climate emergencies, we look at how Glasgow aims to cancel out its carbon foo [...]

Former special prosecutors from Bill Clinton's impeachment trial are on the president's te [...]

So far more than 2.7 million EU citizens have applied for settled status after Brexit in the UK. [...]

The actor played Bernard in Yes Minister and was in the entire series of Heartbeat. [...]

Millionaire businessman Arron Banks donates, but MPs question whether the bell can toll on 31 Januar [...]

Police in Iceland tell the BBC autopsies will take place next week to find out the cause of death. [...]

Greg Page, a founder and original lead singer of the children's group, was performing in Sydney [...]

The Lewis actor clashed with an audience member over whether press coverage was racist. [...]

Robbers broke glass display cases with a sledgehammer in the robbery which was captured on CCTV. [...]

The council says "the removal of too much earth" exposed a section of the Chester wall [...]

A dust cloud sweeps across a New South Wales town, turning it red in seconds. [...]

The Scottish siblings are the first three brothers to row any ocean and the fastest trio to row the [...]

Have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days? [...]

Mac Miller fans tell Radio 1 Newsbeat what hearing his last album means to them. [...]

The Global Hawk, which is unmanned, can travel halfway around the world on one tank of fuel. [...]

Two Colombian producers tell a British cocaine user they wouldn't take it as they know what [...]

Iran's supreme leader hit out at his "enemies" following recent turmoil in the region [...]

The oil-rich North African country has been beset by a civil war for nearly a decade. [...]

How a "big hairy Trump guy" and a "queer individual" bonded at a rally for the D [...]

A dust cloud sweeps across a New South Wales town, turning it red in seconds. [...]

The location is meant to show new audiences this non-Olympic sport. [...]

The number of multi-racial people in the US is on the rise. But the experience comes with struggles. [...]

New PM, new government and plans to change the constitution - the BBC's Sarah Rainsford explain [...]

Security footage captures two people in Washington DC narrowly avoid being crushed by falling debris [...]

Those who were lucky enough to grab a bite say it was 'up to the mark'. [...]

Wet weather brings relief to some devastated areas, but the fire crisis is far from over. [...]

When Taal erupted, Edsel Paredes set up an animal shelter in his home to look after pets left behind [...]

Canada's Francois-Philippe Champagne was speaking on behalf of the 176 victims from five countr [...]

What can the weather tell us about our changing planet? Ben Rich looks at the latest data in the fir [...]

Relatives of a Sri Lankan archaeologist return a Buddha relic to a sacred temple 100 years later. [...]

Why recent events have prompted hundreds of thousands of Iranians to take to the streets. [...]

Since 2017, thousands of Kazakh Muslims have been detained in China’s infamous re-education camps. [...]

How do residents feel about the Meghan and Harry possibly settling down in British Columbia? [...]

"Mina the Veiled" is a Senegalese hip-hop artist who is often mocked because of her passio [...]

Alena is a #tradwife and she's not alone [...]

When Bury FC was expelled from the English Football League, supporters were left with a hole in thei [...]

Ayahuasca's psychedelic powers are attracting more and more tourists. But the scene appears to [...]

When IVF failed, Natasha was sad to learn that there are few egg donors of Afro-Caribbean heritage. [...]

The spy posed as a journalist to extract information from Hollywood stars for Weinstein. [...]

When Sunny's asylum application was refused, he took refuge overnight on London's buses - [...]

In 2011 seven Danish students were revived after they fell into ice-cold water, and 'died' [...]

Reporter Aaron Roach Bridgeman speaks to suspects, police and campaigners. [...]

Make-up artist Emmy Burbidge travels to Papua New Guinea to discover the truth about what’s in her m [...]

A year after Cuba’s government allowed 3G on the island, we follow three activists using the interne [...]

Four young Muslims discuss the issues that matter to them ahead of the election. [...]

Remi was born after doctors extracted sperm from her father 44 hours after his death. [...]

The residents of Fishlake, badly flooded two months ago, want eco-friendly solutions to the problem. [...]

A former abattoir worker describes her job and the effect it had on her mental health. [...]

An armed takeover of the Grand Mosque in Mecca put a halt to the modernisation of Saudi society. [...]

The number of geese on Orkney is now so huge that permission has been granted to shoot and eat them. [...]

Sir Keir Starmer speaks to the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg as the Labour leadership race continues. [...]

Brexit Party MEP Richard Tice says it is "pathetic" that Parliament can't get Big Ben [...]

Presenter Evan Davis said it was the worst mistake since he joined Radio 4's PM programme. [...]

Labour peer Lord Dubs wants to restore a protection to reunite child migrants with their families. [...]

Labour leadership candidate Sir Keir Starmer explains why he's the right person for the job. [...]

Speaking to the BBC, Labour leadership hopeful Keir Starmer says the party has lost votes in its hea [...]

The BBC's Andrew Neil quizzes Lisa Nandy on university tuition fees, Trident and the NHS. [...]

BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg speaks to Labour members about what the party needs to do to r [...]

Guillermo, who is Spanish but was born and raised in the UK, has applied to stay via the EU settleme [...]

Home Office Minister Victoria Atkins tells the BBC she has suffered harassment in the workplace. [...]

Nurseries say they cannot afford to run their services because the government has failed to properly [...]

Jeremy Corbyn asks Boris Johnson why people are waiting for longer for healthcare after 10 years of [...]

The Labour leader says more than 2,000 patients faced a 12-hour wait for a bed in hospital last mont [...]

The SNP's Ian Blackford attacks the PM's refusal to grant another Scottish independence re [...]

Jeremy Corbyn asks Boris Johnson why he hasn't presented a plan to solve the social care crisis [...]

From Brexit to "bunging a bob for a Big Ben bong" – here's what you need to know from [...]

The health secretary says connecting flights within the UK are 'incredibly important'. [...]

Speaking to BBC Breakfast, Boris Johnson has said he doesn't want "a military conflict [...]

The travel money firm's boss has spoken publicly for the first time since a huge ransomware att [...]

But the struggling airline says the debt with tax authorities is far lower than reported. [...]

Thousands more owners of dangerous washing machines demand a resolution from maker Whirlpool. [...]

A fifth straight month without growth adds to pressure on the Bank of England to cut interest rates. [...]

The fugitive businessman's defence team say Nissan's investigation is biased and designed [...]

The world's second largest economy has seen weak domestic demand amid a trade war with the US. [...]

Only six Edward VIII sovereigns were made but it is not just its rarity that fascinates historians. [...]

Having failed all his exams, Scott James started a coffee roastery in his "forgotten" comm [...]

India's Supreme Court rejects telecom operator's plea for relief on government levies. [...]

The tech giant promises to remove all the carbon it has emitted since its founding in 1975. [...]

Two hospitals started by collapsed engineering giant Carillion look set to open in 2022, years late. [...]

Extinction Rebellion staged a 13-hour protest at the base in Altens "to hold Shell to account [...]

Sales of kosher accredited food is booming around the world, with more and more firms getting in on [...]

Universal Music UK have changed their work culture to be more inclusive to neurodiverse people. [...]

Should you just crack on with it when you have a cold, or hide under the duvet for everybody's [...]

A device that changed women's lives was originally intended to make one man rich. [...]

Battery powered ferries are becoming bigger and are sailing further, but they are still expensive. [...]

The resale market of rare trainers has exploded with the use of computer bots, the BBC finds. [...]

Luiza Trajano, owner of Brazilian shop chain Magazine Luiza, is one of the country's richest pe [...]

There are 50,000 fewer shops on UK High Streets than a decade ago, and the decline is continuing. [...]

As more cities declare climate emergencies, we look at how Glasgow aims to cancel out its carbon foo [...]

It's been linked to a year of extremes – from bushfires to torrential rains – but what is it? [...]

The naturalist and broadcaster has warned that "the moment of crisis has come". [...]

What can the weather tell us about our changing planet? Ben Rich looks at the latest data in the fir [...]

Dramatic time-lapse footage shows lightning swirling around the Taal volcano as it spewed ash. [...]

How the Japanese firm Astroscale is set to start cleaning up the Earth's orbiting space debris. [...]

A former software analyst and rising opera star has penned a song for the Red Planet. [...]

The teenage activist and veteran naturalist talk to each other for the first time (via Skype). [...]

Hydrogen-powered drones have several advantages to lithium ion-powered ones, says Dr Enass Abo-Hamed [...]

Mark Carney said the financial sector had begun to curb investment in fossil fuels. but slowly. [...]

A law could be strengthened to punish people who throw litter out of vehicle windows. [...]

Joanna is an urban gardener trying to reconnect with nature in Singapore. [...]

Tomas Tama has spent 30 years protecting the reptiles in Ethiopia, despite once being bitten. [...]

Scientists in the Seychelles have started the world's first large scale coral reef restoration [...]

Crowds have gathered to watch the 'once in a lifetime' eclipse in a number of countries. [...]

Boeing's Starliner spacecraft returned early after a timing error meant it failed to dock with [...]

The test flight has a dummy on board but, if successful, astronauts are due to start using the craft [...]

Modou Fall had to get creative to get people thinking more about plastic waste in Senegal. [...]

Geoff Grewcock set up the Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary in his garden 18 years ago. [...]

The duelling animals were found floating in the waters off Quatsino, British Columbia. [...]