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1 - John Worboys case: Met Police loses 'landmark' appeal
2 - Florida shooting survivors rally for stricter gun controls
3 - Damming the Nile: Explore with 360 video
4 - Productivity growth strongest since financial crisis
5 - GB women through to curling semis
6 - Syria war: Eastern Ghouta bombing 'catastrophic'
7 - Ex-Save the Children boss Justin Forsyth apologises over texts
8 - Two men stabbed to death in Camden within two hours
9 - UK setting out post-Brexit transition period position
10 - Dua Lipa: 'More female artists are on the rise'
11 - Government loses clean air court case
12 - South Africa police station raid: Five killed in Umtata
13 - Partially paralysed man blinks to communicate
14 - The Queen on the 'frow' at London Fashion Week
15 - The Papers: Charities facing further sex claims
16 - Baby Belle, the hand-reared rhino
17 - Face to face with a crocodile while collecting its eggs
18 - Gangster rapper Nissim Black on becoming an Orthodox Jew
19 - Dust storm blankets Australian town in orange
20 - Pancakes, dogs and jokes: The Tinder PowerPoint profile
21 - Sylvester Stallone 'still punching' despite death hoax
22 - Photographer Stephen Wilkes shows day to night in one image
23 - Jennifer Lawrence explains Bafta mishap with Joanna Lumley
24 - Cheryl: 'I struggled as a teenager'
25 - BBC News Channel
26 - Six radical ways to tackle US school shootings
27 - The cosmetics company selling Siberia to the world
28 - The dirtiest place in your kitchen might surprise you...
29 - Apprenticeships: Eight things you need to know
30 - Oscars 2018: Which films are worth watching before the ceremony?
31 - The Russian guns for hire dying in Syria
32 - Have the Winter Olympics repaired North-South Korea relations?
33 - Chelsea v Barcelona: Antonio Conte says Blues can do 'something incredible'
34 - Tri-series final: Australia beat New Zealand on DLS to win title
35 - Six Nations 2018: Scotland unchanged v England; Willem Nel back on bench
36 - Winter Olympics: Bobsleigh provides platform for black women to inspire
37 - Mark Cavendish pulls out of Abu Dhabi Tour after crash on opening stage
38 - Winter Olympics: World record falls twice in ladies' figure skating short programme
39 - Women's Six Nations: England coach makes eight changes for Scotland Test
40 - Winter Olympics: GB women beat Canada to reach curling semi-finals
41 - Winter Olympics: Sofia Goggia beats Lindsey Vonn to become Italy's first female downhill champion
42 - Winter Olympics: Billy Morgan qualifies for men's big air final
43 - Winter Olympics: Is skier Elizabeth Swaney a legend or a chancer?
44 - Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir: Is this the greatest Olympic 'love story' ever told?
45 - Winter Olympics: Day-by-day guide to Pyeongchang 2018
46 - Winter Olympics: GB's Penny Coomes & Nick Buckland miss out on a top-10 finish
47 - Winter Olympics: Cassie Sharpe wins women's ski halfpipe, as Marie Martinod takes silver
48 - Shannon Matthews: The unravelling of the truth
49 - The playboy who got away with $242m – using ‘black magic’
50 - Florida school shooting: A killer comes to 'paradise'
1 - John Worboys case: Met Police loses 'landmark' appeal

Victims of crime may now be able to sue police for breaching their human rights if they fail to investigate their cases effectively.

2/21/2018 12:37:43 PM

2 - Florida shooting survivors rally for stricter gun controls

A youth-led anti-gun movement born out of Florida's deadly school shooting stages its first protest.

2/21/2018 10:57:11 AM

3 - Damming the Nile: Explore with 360 video

Travel the length of the Nile with BBC News to find out how a new dam being built in Ethiopia is threatening to cause a serious rift with neighbouring countries Egypt and Sudan.

2/20/2018 6:26:24 PM

4 - Productivity growth strongest since financial crisis

The UK sees a second quarter of productivity growth and wages rise more than expected.

2/21/2018 12:37:14 PM

5 - GB women through to curling semis

Great Britain's women reached the curling semi-finals with a 6-5 win over Canada, but the men face a tie-breaker after defeat by USA.

2/21/2018 7:44:03 AM

6 - Syria war: Eastern Ghouta bombing 'catastrophic'

A doctor working in the Eastern Ghouta says there is no food, no medicine, and no international aid.

2/21/2018 12:29:00 PM

7 - Ex-Save the Children boss Justin Forsyth apologises over texts

Former Save the Children boss Justin Forsyth was accused of commenting on what female staff wore.

2/20/2018 9:37:23 PM

8 - Two men stabbed to death in Camden within two hours

Police are "urgently" trying to identify whether the two fatal stabbings in Camden are linked.

2/21/2018 11:14:18 AM

9 - UK setting out post-Brexit transition period position

The UK sets out its response to EU suggestions for how a post-Brexit transition period could work.

2/21/2018 11:59:03 AM

10 - Dua Lipa: 'More female artists are on the rise'

The singer is the first female artist to get five Brit Award nominations in one year.

2/21/2018 9:29:46 AM

11 - Government loses clean air court case

Campaigners have won a third High Court victory over the UK government's plans to tackle air pollution.

2/21/2018 12:28:16 PM

12 - South Africa police station raid: Five killed in Umtata

Five policemen and a solider are shot, two "execution style", during a raid by armed robbers.

2/21/2018 12:32:53 PM

13 - Partially paralysed man blinks to communicate

Simon Field might not be able to move but he can still communicate, by blinking.

2/21/2018 1:52:07 AM

14 - The Queen on the 'frow' at London Fashion Week

She sat in the front row next to Vogue's Anna Wintour and gave an award to designer Richard Quinn.

2/20/2018 6:38:33 PM

15 - The Papers: Charities facing further sex claims

Wednesday's papers cover fresh sex claims against charities and the new FCA chief's tax affairs are criticised.

2/21/2018 5:59:30 AM

16 - Baby Belle, the hand-reared rhino

Belle needed treatment for an injured leg and is Cotswold Wildlife Park's first hand-reared white rhino calf.

2/21/2018 5:41:46 AM

17 - Face to face with a crocodile while collecting its eggs

Australia's Djelk Rangers are paid to collect eggs from crocodile nests but it's a dangerous job.

2/21/2018 12:25:06 AM

18 - Gangster rapper Nissim Black on becoming an Orthodox Jew

Ex-gangster rapper Nissim Black, or 'D Black', has embraced Orthodox Judaism, changing his music to fit his new lifestyle.

2/21/2018 2:13:50 AM

19 - Dust storm blankets Australian town in orange

Locals describe a "wild few hours" after their outback community was hit by a storm.

2/21/2018 12:04:06 AM

20 - Pancakes, dogs and jokes: The Tinder PowerPoint profile

A student who created a slideshow presentation on Tinder shows how humour is key to his dating success.

2/20/2018 1:57:18 PM

21 - Sylvester Stallone 'still punching' despite death hoax

The actor maintains he is "alive and well" after a bogus online prank claimed he had died.

2/20/2018 7:07:49 PM

22 - Photographer Stephen Wilkes shows day to night in one image

Wilkes shoots more than 1,500 images of a scene and then blends them into a single photograph.

2/19/2018 10:04:15 PM

23 - Jennifer Lawrence explains Bafta mishap with Joanna Lumley

The actress says her "rude" comment at the Baftas was "an inside joke that fell flat".

2/20/2018 3:35:51 PM

24 - Cheryl: 'I struggled as a teenager'

Singer Cheryl has opened a youth centre in her home town of Newcastle in a joint venture with The Prince's Trust.

2/20/2018 12:44:41 PM

25 - BBC News Channel

BBC coverage of latest developments

1/22/2018 7:22:00 AM

26 - Six radical ways to tackle US school shootings

After 17 people were killed in Florida, could these measures stop school shootings in the US?

2/20/2018 11:47:46 PM

27 - The cosmetics company selling Siberia to the world

How a Russian entrepreneur created a popular cosmetics brand based around using extracts from Siberian herbs.

2/21/2018 12:27:42 AM

28 - The dirtiest place in your kitchen might surprise you...

Lots of us use wipes to keep our kitchen surfaces clean. But is it worth it?

2/21/2018 12:38:16 AM

29 - Apprenticeships: Eight things you need to know

What's been the consequence of changes to the way apprenticeships work?

2/21/2018 1:56:05 AM

30 - Oscars 2018: Which films are worth watching before the ceremony?

Film critic Ali Plumb gives his tips for the films that are worth your time before the awards on Sunday 4 March.

2/21/2018 5:03:29 AM

31 - The Russian guns for hire dying in Syria

A grieving mother sheds some light on Russia's secret mercenary war in Syria.

2/20/2018 11:41:39 AM

32 - Have the Winter Olympics repaired North-South Korea relations?

Warm words have raised expectations of improved relations between the two countries.

2/20/2018 12:54:50 AM

33 - Chelsea v Barcelona: Antonio Conte says Blues can do 'something incredible'

Chelsea will "try to do something incredible" by knocking Barcelona out of the Champions League, says manager Antonio Conte.

2/21/2018 12:06:47 AM

34 - Tri-series final: Australia beat New Zealand on DLS to win title

Australia beat New Zealand by 19 runs under the DLS method to win the Trans-Tasman tri-series final in Auckland.

2/21/2018 11:37:21 AM

35 - Six Nations 2018: Scotland unchanged v England; Willem Nel back on bench

Scotland name an unchanged starting XV to face England on Saturday but prop WP Nel, lock Tim Swinson and centre Nick Grigg are on the bench.

2/21/2018 11:30:29 AM

36 - Winter Olympics: Bobsleigh provides platform for black women to inspire

As Nigeria and Jamaica make their women's bobsleigh debuts, it proves the winter sport where black women can inspire.

2/20/2018 4:10:11 PM

37 - Mark Cavendish pulls out of Abu Dhabi Tour after crash on opening stage

Britain's Mark Cavendish pulls out of the Abu Dhabi Tour after falling on the shoulder he broke during last year's Tour de France.

2/21/2018 10:42:55 AM

38 - Winter Olympics: World record falls twice in ladies' figure skating short programme

OAR's Alina Zagitova tops team-mate Evgenia Medvedeva's world-record score to lead the ladies' figures skating after the short programme in Pyeongchang

2/21/2018 7:16:11 AM

39 - Women's Six Nations: England coach makes eight changes for Scotland Test

England head coach Simon Middleton makes five changes to his starting XV for Friday's Women's Six Nations match against Scotland.

2/21/2018 9:57:07 AM

40 - Winter Olympics: GB women beat Canada to reach curling semi-finals

Watch some of Eve Muirhead's best shots as Great Britain beat Canada to secure a place in the women's curling semi-finals at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.

2/21/2018 4:29:14 AM

41 - Winter Olympics: Sofia Goggia beats Lindsey Vonn to become Italy's first female downhill champion

Sofia Goggia sees off the challenge of American star Lindsey Vonn to become the first female Italian Olympic downhill champion.

2/21/2018 12:31:06 PM

42 - Winter Olympics: Billy Morgan qualifies for men's big air final

Great Britain's Billy Morgan qualifies for the Winter Olympics' men's big air final but Rowan Coultas and Jamie Nicholls miss out.

2/21/2018 8:19:46 AM

43 - Winter Olympics: Is skier Elizabeth Swaney a legend or a chancer?

Elizabeth Swaney qualified for Pyeongchang through a loophole and her tactics have divided opinion.

2/20/2018 6:41:53 PM

44 - Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir: Is this the greatest Olympic 'love story' ever told?

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have won two Olympic titles and broken all records - but all anyone is asking is: "Are they going to kiss?"

2/20/2018 10:12:49 AM

45 - Winter Olympics: Day-by-day guide to Pyeongchang 2018

The Britons, the medals, the highlights - everything you need to know about every day of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.

2/21/2018 9:11:59 AM

46 - Winter Olympics: GB's Penny Coomes & Nick Buckland miss out on a top-10 finish

Great Britain's Penny Coomes and Nick Buckland miss out on a top-10 ice dance placing on day 11 of the Winter Olympics.

2/20/2018 2:00:46 PM

47 - Winter Olympics: Cassie Sharpe wins women's ski halfpipe, as Marie Martinod takes silver

Marie Martinod says her silver medal sends an inspirational message, as Cassie Sharpe wins the women's ski halfpipe final in Pyeongchang.

2/20/2018 8:00:02 AM

48 - Shannon Matthews: The unravelling of the truth

Ten years on since the kidnapping hoax, has the full story been revealed?

2/19/2018 6:42:29 AM

49 - The playboy who got away with $242m – using ‘black magic’

How Foutanga Babani Sissoko pulled off one of the most audacious confidence tricks of all time.

2/16/2018 12:27:07 AM

50 - Florida school shooting: A killer comes to 'paradise'

Students re-live Wednesday's shooting in Florida - and demand tougher gun laws from their government.

2/17/2018 12:13:06 AM







 
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