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1 - Italy bridge: Rescuers search for survivors in Genoa
2 - Westminster crash: Salih Khater named as suspect
3 - RMT angry at Chris Grayling's rail fare index suggestion
4 - How hands convicted a paedophile
5 - Public toilets mapped: Where have they all gone?
6 - How the humble cabbage can stop cancers
7 - Cystic fibrosis boy, 8, urges firm to lower Orkambi drug price
8 - Exam results: The highs, lows and... embarrassing mums
9 - Omagh bombing: Nuala O'Loan says 'it could have been prevented'
10 - Baby boxes accepted by 85% of Scottish parents
11 - Fraser Anning: Australia MPs condemn 'final solution' speech
12 - Twitter suspends Alex Jones for one week
13 - India postman sacked for dumping 6,000 letters over a decade
14 - The Papers: Praise for terror police and cleared Stokes
15 - News Daily: Race to find Italy bridge collapse survivors and rail fares increase row
16 - Bringing up your baby as a vegan
17 - Gaza's history-making female runner
18 - Heatwave reveals England's lost prehistoric sites
19 - Mesut Ozil racism row: Germany's minorities speak out with #MeTwo
20 - Teenager recovers after lightning strike in Arizona
21 - Why the heatwave proved a bonus for archaeologists
22 - Cricket ball hit for six narrowly misses BBC reporter
23 - In pictures: Genoa motorway bridge collapse
24 - Parrot swears at London firefighter trying to rescue it from roof
25 - Adele spotted my postpartum psychosis
26 - Madonna's London Mini listed for sale - on Auto Trader
27 - BBC Breakfast
28 - How housing has divided the young
29 - Madonna at 60: The Queen of Pop in seven charts
30 - The drug that makes people jump off buildings
31 - Kelechi Okafor: 'I'm not hiding my white boyfriend'
32 - Animal poaching: British soldiers' Malawi mission to stop poachers
33 - India-Pakistan pen pals write their own history
34 - 'The 1998 day that changed Omagh forever'
35 - A Bridge Too Far and five other films that left their inspirations fuming
36 - Brendan Rodgers: Celtic should have strengthened in the summer
37 - Why Spurs face a crucial couple of weeks after failure to make signings - Jermaine Jenas
38 - Kyle Edmund beaten by Denis Shapovalov in Cincinnati
39 - T20 Blast: Tymal Mills hat-trick as Sussex Sharks beat Glamorgan
40 - Ben Te'o: England centre says injuries made him consider his rugby-playing future
41 - Jakarta: Fastest-sinking city in the world
42 - Charlottesville remembered: 'A battle for the soul of America'
43 - How smallpox claimed its final victim
44 - Barcelona attack: The jihadists and the hunt for a second gang
1 - Italy bridge: Rescuers search for survivors in Genoa

Rescuers vow round the clock efforts to locate survivors of the disaster in which at least 35 died.

8/15/2018 7:04:40 AM

2 - Westminster crash: Salih Khater named as suspect

The man being held over the suspected terrorist attack is Salih Khater, originally from Sudan.

8/15/2018 8:27:37 AM

3 - RMT angry at Chris Grayling's rail fare index suggestion

Chris Grayling suggested rail fares and wages should be calculated using a lower inflation measure.

8/15/2018 8:38:10 AM

4 - How hands convicted a paedophile

A paedophile who hid his face from the camera was convicted when an expert could identify his hands.

8/15/2018 2:47:22 AM

5 - Public toilets mapped: Where have they all gone?

A BBC map helps you find out how many public toilets have been cut in your area.

8/15/2018 4:29:17 AM

6 - How the humble cabbage can stop cancers

Researchers reveal how chemicals in some vegetables can prevent bowel cancer.

8/15/2018 1:22:44 AM

7 - Cystic fibrosis boy, 8, urges firm to lower Orkambi drug price

Luis Walker, 8, wrote to Vertex Pharmaceuticals saying Orkambi would make him "feel much better".

8/15/2018 8:31:16 AM

8 - Exam results: The highs, lows and... embarrassing mums

Thousands of students get their exam results this month. BBC Rewind looks at some classic reactions.

8/15/2018 12:05:03 AM

9 - Omagh bombing: Nuala O'Loan says 'it could have been prevented'

Former Police Ombudsman Nuala O'Loan made the comments on the 20th anniversary of the Real IRA attack.

8/15/2018 8:43:09 AM

10 - Baby boxes accepted by 85% of Scottish parents

In the first year of the programme 52,065 baby boxes were gifted to parents of newborns.

8/15/2018 8:31:46 AM

11 - Fraser Anning: Australia MPs condemn 'final solution' speech

Senator Fraser Anning is condemned for using the Holocaust-associated term in an immigration debate.

8/15/2018 4:44:46 AM

12 - Twitter suspends Alex Jones for one week

The InfoWars conspiracy theorist is reported to have posted a link to a video that broke Twitter's rules.

8/15/2018 8:27:32 AM

13 - India postman sacked for dumping 6,000 letters over a decade

For more than a decade, an India postman chose to dump mail in the store room rather than the letter box.

8/15/2018 5:07:49 AM

14 - The Papers: Praise for terror police and cleared Stokes

Wednesday's newspapers are dominated by the terror attack in Westminster and Ben Stokes being cleared of affray.

8/15/2018 6:06:52 AM

15 - News Daily: Race to find Italy bridge collapse survivors and rail fares increase row

Your morning briefing for 15 August 2018.

8/15/2018 8:18:59 AM

16 - Bringing up your baby as a vegan

Laceinne Cooper is raising her child on a plant-based diet. She explains how and why.

8/15/2018 12:15:01 AM

17 - Gaza's history-making female runner

How a young athlete from the Gaza Strip overcame prejudice and poverty to make Olympic history.

8/15/2018 12:21:59 AM

18 - Heatwave reveals England's lost prehistoric sites

Neolithic monuments, Iron Age settlements and a Roman farm have all been made visible in crop marks.

8/15/2018 1:29:04 AM

19 - Mesut Ozil racism row: Germany's minorities speak out with #MeTwo

Germany's minorities are speaking out about racism after the Mesut Ozil row over his Turkish roots.

8/15/2018 1:44:31 AM

20 - Teenager recovers after lightning strike in Arizona

A teenager has described the moment he was struck by lightning in a park in Arizona.

8/14/2018 9:57:47 PM

21 - Why the heatwave proved a bonus for archaeologists

The UK heatwave has been good for aerial archaeologists spotting hidden treasures in the dry fields.

8/15/2018 4:44:59 AM

22 - Cricket ball hit for six narrowly misses BBC reporter

A ball hit over the boundary missed a BBC presenter's head by inches as he reported on a cricket game.

8/14/2018 6:40:29 PM

23 - In pictures: Genoa motorway bridge collapse

Officials say many people are feared dead in Genoa after a motorway bridge gave way in bad weather.

8/14/2018 4:26:57 PM

24 - Parrot swears at London firefighter trying to rescue it from roof

Macaw parrot Jessie "kept swearing, much to our amusement", the London Fire Brigade says.

8/14/2018 12:06:34 PM

25 - Adele spotted my postpartum psychosis

Adele has posted an Instagram message supporting her best friend who's recovering from postpartum psychosis.

8/14/2018 1:29:00 PM

26 - Madonna's London Mini listed for sale - on Auto Trader

The star's Mini Cooper, which she sang about in her hit American Life, has been listed on the used car website.

8/14/2018 3:55:47 PM

27 - BBC Breakfast

BBC coverage of latest developments

7/9/2018 1:51:39 AM

28 - How housing has divided the young

Rising house prices have divided young people into property "haves" and "have-nots".

8/15/2018 4:01:08 AM

29 - Madonna at 60: The Queen of Pop in seven charts

What can a look at the numbers tell us about Madonna and her career?

8/15/2018 12:24:59 AM

30 - The drug that makes people jump off buildings

Class B drug monkey dust has led to users biting others and running into people's homes.

8/15/2018 4:50:47 AM

31 - Kelechi Okafor: 'I'm not hiding my white boyfriend'

Black rights activist Kelechi Okafor has come under fire for having a white partner - here she defends her choice.

8/15/2018 12:23:42 AM

32 - Animal poaching: British soldiers' Malawi mission to stop poachers

Lance Corporal Chad Spalding says he doesn't want animals ending up as "just a bunch of pictures in a book".

8/15/2018 5:12:38 AM

33 - India-Pakistan pen pals write their own history

Thousands of students from both countries have exchanged letters as part of a peace initiative.

8/15/2018 12:06:27 AM

34 - 'The 1998 day that changed Omagh forever'

Aileen Moynagh remembers the day of the Omagh bomb, when she was working in the town.

8/14/2018 5:57:16 PM

35 - A Bridge Too Far and five other films that left their inspirations fuming

A Bridge Too Far, The Social Network and other films that fell foul of the people who inspired them.

8/14/2018 5:16:42 PM

36 - Brendan Rodgers: Celtic should have strengthened in the summer

Manager Brendan Rodgers says it is "not rocket science" to say Celtic should have strengthened this summer in an attempt to reach the Champions League.

8/14/2018 11:47:41 PM

37 - Why Spurs face a crucial couple of weeks after failure to make signings - Jermaine Jenas

MOTD pundit Jermaine Jenas explains why keeping players, and keeping their manager happy, is what really matters for Tottenham now.

8/15/2018 8:07:23 AM

38 - Kyle Edmund beaten by Denis Shapovalov in Cincinnati

British number one Kyle Edmund loses his second-round match with Canadian Denis Shapovalov in Cincinnati.

8/15/2018 7:32:52 AM

39 - T20 Blast: Tymal Mills hat-trick as Sussex Sharks beat Glamorgan

Watch a sensational finish to Sussex's victory over Glamorgan as Tymal Mills takes a hat-trick and the visitors lose five wickets for one run to collapse to 88 all out.

8/14/2018 10:14:55 PM

40 - Ben Te'o: England centre says injuries made him consider his rugby-playing future

England and Worcester centre Ben Te'o says his injury problems of the past year left him contemplating his future in the sport.

8/15/2018 7:51:03 AM

41 - Jakarta: Fastest-sinking city in the world

With frequent floods, sinking markets and engulfed homes, by 2050 parts of Jakarta will be underwater.

8/13/2018 12:10:14 AM

42 - Charlottesville remembered: 'A battle for the soul of America'

Last summer the far-right descended on Charlottesville. We revisited that weekend with those involved.

8/9/2018 9:48:44 PM

43 - How smallpox claimed its final victim

How did British medical worker Janet Parker become the world's last victim of smallpox?

8/10/2018 2:22:12 AM

44 - Barcelona attack: The jihadists and the hunt for a second gang

The gang behind the August 2017 attacks had contact with other jihadists, including in France.

8/8/2018 10:36:03 PM







 
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