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1 - Christchurch shootings: First funerals for victims of mosque attacks
2 - Christchurch shootings: Meghan and Harry pay tribute to victims
3 - Brexit: Theresa May to formally ask for delay
4 - Cookstown hotel disco crush: Two men arrested
5 - Cyclone Idai: 'Massive disaster' in Mozambique and Zimbabwe
6 - Google reveals gaming platform Stadia
7 - Vietnam waterfall death tourists 'were not warned of danger'
8 - LGBT lessons row: More Birmingham schools stop classes
9 - Off-piste skiers swallowed by Austria avalanche
10 - England's Danny Rose backs Raheem Sterling in criticising portrayal of black players
11 - Firefighters tackle large Bradford mill blaze
12 - US-backed Syrian fighters 'overrun IS encampment'
13 - Woman in China nearly dies after injecting herself with fruit juice
14 - Israel elections: 'Fascism' perfume ad sparks online debate
15 - Glastonbury 2019: Janet Jackson 'promoted' in line-up poster
16 - Mouse helps keep shed squeaky clean
17 - Fashion rip-offs: Independent designers 'copied' by high street
18 - Egg freezing: Behind the scenes of a fertility clinic
19 - Ariana Grande kicks off Sweetener world tour in New York
20 - The candid moments caught in the ladies' loos
21 - Afghanistan: The children caught in conflict
22 - Chinese goths post selfies in protest after subway incident
23 - New Zealand shootings: Christchurch students perform Haka for victims
24 - Prince Gyasi: Instagram photographer on capturing Accra life
25 - BBC News Channel
26 - Emiliano Sala plane crash: The story behind the transfer flights
27 - E-scooters, hoverboards - the tech transforming travel
28 - How prevalent is far-right extremism?
29 - Brexit: Will the UK actually leave the EU on March 29?
30 - Knife crime: The mums whose lives have been 'ripped apart'
31 - How Amanda Holden was first choice for Smack The Pony
32 - 'You can fly planes': The students who are inspiring younger siblings
33 - Christchurch shootings: The rising new threat of far-right violence
34 - Why are Venezuelans seeking refuge in crypto-currencies?
35 - Hotel disco deaths: 'My friends are on the ground, move back!'
36 - Christchurch shootings: How mass killings have changed gun laws
37 - Will 'impenetrable wall of money' put fans off cycling? Concern over Ineos deal
38 - England Nations League win would eclipse World Cup semi-finals, says Kane
39 - FA Cup: BBC signs new four-year broadcast deal to show competition live
40 - 'I will knock this fool out' - Wilder to defend WBC title against Breazeale in May
41 - 'Women's Masters? Why not?' - Augusta amateur event gives Hall hope
42 - Watch: Curry lands incredible long-range buzzer beater
43 - Celebrity parents and the bizarre 'cheating' scandal
44 - A scandal in the Amazon - where pilots are forced to lie
1 - Christchurch shootings: First funerals for victims of mosque attacks

Two of the Christchurch mosque attack victims are laid to rest as volunteers travel to help families.

3/19/2019 11:30:55 PM

2 - Christchurch shootings: Meghan and Harry pay tribute to victims

The royals are welcomed with a traditional Maori greeting as they sign a book of condolence in London.

3/19/2019 6:02:40 PM

3 - Brexit: Theresa May to formally ask for delay

The PM will write to the EU asking for Brexit to be postponed, amid reports of a cabinet row.

3/19/2019 8:06:25 PM

4 - Cookstown hotel disco crush: Two men arrested

One of the men arrested, Michael McElhatton, is the owner of the Greenvale Hotel in Cookstown.

3/19/2019 10:35:27 PM

5 - Cyclone Idai: 'Massive disaster' in Mozambique and Zimbabwe

Hundreds of thousands of people in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi could be affected, UN says.

3/19/2019 8:51:38 PM

6 - Google reveals gaming platform Stadia

The new digital platform will stream games and has its own controller

3/19/2019 5:33:39 PM

7 - Vietnam waterfall death tourists 'were not warned of danger'

Sisters Izzy Squire and Beth Anderson and their friend Christian Sloan died in Vietnam in 2016.

3/19/2019 12:49:33 PM

8 - LGBT lessons row: More Birmingham schools stop classes

The move comes as a campaigner says some members of Birmingham's Muslim community feel "victimised".

3/19/2019 5:06:39 PM

9 - Off-piste skiers swallowed by Austria avalanche

A group of skiers were caught by surprise after being trapped in an off-piste avalanche in Austria.

3/19/2019 7:23:56 PM

10 - England's Danny Rose backs Raheem Sterling in criticising portrayal of black players

England full-back Danny Rose says players were "over the moon" to see team-mate Raheem Sterling criticise the way black players are portrayed.

3/19/2019 7:43:48 PM

11 - Firefighters tackle large Bradford mill blaze

A four-storey mill on Great Horton Road in Bradford is ablaze and 50 firefighters are in attendance.

3/19/2019 7:03:53 PM

12 - US-backed Syrian fighters 'overrun IS encampment'

The camp near the Iraqi border made up most of the last patch of land held by the jihadist group.

3/19/2019 6:34:19 PM

13 - Woman in China nearly dies after injecting herself with fruit juice

The woman in China suffered liver, kidney, heart and lung damage and spent days in intensive care.

3/19/2019 10:30:11 AM

14 - Israel elections: 'Fascism' perfume ad sparks online debate

A mock ad features the country's right-wing justice minister spraying a bottle of "Fascism" perfume.

3/19/2019 6:47:15 PM

15 - Glastonbury 2019: Janet Jackson 'promoted' in line-up poster

In a recent tweet posted on Jackson's account, her name replaces The Killers at the top of the bill.

3/19/2019 11:49:25 AM

16 - Mouse helps keep shed squeaky clean

When screws and bits of metal started appearing in a bird feed container an infrared camera helped solve the mystery.

3/19/2019 3:02:59 PM

17 - Fashion rip-offs: Independent designers 'copied' by high street

Meet the independent businesses who claim they're being repeatedly ripped off by high street brands.

3/19/2019 5:11:00 AM

18 - Egg freezing: Behind the scenes of a fertility clinic

With more and more women considering it, what exactly does egg freezing involve?

3/19/2019 2:19:52 AM

19 - Ariana Grande kicks off Sweetener world tour in New York

The star plays a hit-packed, 31-song setlist in New York.

3/19/2019 10:00:23 AM

20 - The candid moments caught in the ladies' loos

Samantha Jagger has been documenting what goes on within the four walls of the women's toilets.

3/19/2019 12:03:21 AM

21 - Afghanistan: The children caught in conflict

Photographer Andrew Quilty captured stories of children affected by conflict in Afghanistan.

3/19/2019 12:07:26 AM

22 - Chinese goths post selfies in protest after subway incident

It comes after a woman was refused entry onto the subway because of her "horrible" make-up.

3/19/2019 1:40:59 AM

23 - New Zealand shootings: Christchurch students perform Haka for victims

Schools across Christchurch perform the traditional Maori war dance to pay respects to those killed.

3/18/2019 2:04:06 PM

24 - Prince Gyasi: Instagram photographer on capturing Accra life

Ghanaian Prince Gyasi takes stunning photos of Accra using only his phone.

3/18/2019 1:27:47 AM

25 - BBC News Channel

Britain's most-watched news channel, delivering breaking news and analysis all day, every day.

3/11/2019 10:33:15 PM

26 - Emiliano Sala plane crash: The story behind the transfer flights

Several flights before the fatal crash which killed Cardiff City striker Emiliano Sala are under the spotlight.

3/19/2019 6:03:35 PM

27 - E-scooters, hoverboards - the tech transforming travel

A review will look at whether innovative modes of transport should be allowed on UK streets.

3/19/2019 7:10:26 PM

28 - How prevalent is far-right extremism?

After a gunman killed 50 in New Zealand, questions are being asked about how prevalent the far right is

3/19/2019 4:52:17 PM

29 - Brexit: Will the UK actually leave the EU on March 29?

Will the UK actually leave the EU on 29 March?

3/19/2019 4:01:10 PM

30 - Knife crime: The mums whose lives have been 'ripped apart'

Women who have lost their sons to knife crime tell Victoria Derbyshire about the pain it has caused.

3/19/2019 4:02:35 PM

31 - How Amanda Holden was first choice for Smack The Pony

The Britain's Got Talent judge could have had a much bigger role in the Channel 4 sketch show.

3/19/2019 3:43:44 AM

32 - 'You can fly planes': The students who are inspiring younger siblings

The first-in-the-family university students urging younger siblings to aim high with their ambitions.

3/19/2019 4:16:39 AM

33 - Christchurch shootings: The rising new threat of far-right violence

The man accused of the Christchurch shootings left a trail of references to online culture and extremist ideology.

3/18/2019 4:30:42 PM

34 - Why are Venezuelans seeking refuge in crypto-currencies?

As Venezuela staggers under political and economic crises, its citizens are embracing digital money.

3/19/2019 12:05:37 AM

35 - Hotel disco deaths: 'My friends are on the ground, move back!'

A teenager recalls being caught up in the Cookstown hotel incident, which left three dead.

3/18/2019 6:42:02 PM

36 - Christchurch shootings: How mass killings have changed gun laws

New Zealand is preparing to reform its gun laws following the mass shooting in which 50 people were killed.

3/18/2019 4:29:11 PM

37 - Will 'impenetrable wall of money' put fans off cycling? Concern over Ineos deal

The lucrative deal turning Team Sky into Team Ineos could do long-term damage to cycling, says pro team manager Jonathan Vaughters.

3/19/2019 11:03:03 PM

38 - England Nations League win would eclipse World Cup semi-finals, says Kane

England winning the Nations League in 2019 would eclipse the achievement of reaching the 2018 World Cup semi-finals, says Harry Kane.

3/19/2019 10:45:22 PM

39 - FA Cup: BBC signs new four-year broadcast deal to show competition live

FA Cup matches will be shown live on the BBC until 2025 as part of a new four-year broadcast deal with the Football Association.

3/19/2019 3:23:03 PM

40 - 'I will knock this fool out' - Wilder to defend WBC title against Breazeale in May

WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder will face American Dominic Breazeale in New York on 18 May.

3/19/2019 5:32:25 PM

41 - 'Women's Masters? Why not?' - Augusta amateur event gives Hall hope

England's Georgia Hall hopes staging a women's amateur tournament at Augusta National could pave the way for a Women's Masters at the famous American course.

3/19/2019 11:21:19 AM

42 - Watch: Curry lands incredible long-range buzzer beater

The Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry nails an incredible three-quarter court buzzer-beater at the end of the first quarter of his team's 105-111 defeat by San Antonio Spurs.

3/19/2019 3:00:12 PM

43 - Celebrity parents and the bizarre 'cheating' scandal

It is said to be biggest university admissions scam in US history. How did it all unfold?

3/15/2019 10:49:01 PM

44 - A scandal in the Amazon - where pilots are forced to lie

Few landing strips in the Amazon have been registered, so pilots have to file fake flight plans - making it hard to find them if they go missing.

3/18/2019 12:26:37 AM







 
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