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07/19/2018 01:28 AM
Denis Ten: Sochi Olympic bronze medallist dies of stab wound in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan's Olympic medal-winning figure skater Denis Ten has died at the age of 25 after being stabbed on Thursday.

07/19/2018 01:27 AM
Teenager admits murder bid on Syrian refugee in Edinburgh
The 25-year-old Syrian man was stabbed six times, mainly in the chest, and suffered life-threatening injuries.

07/19/2018 01:22 AM
Hannah Moore: British Para-triathlete wins European gold two years and one day after leg amputation
British Para-triathlete Hannah Moore says it felt "special" to win European gold just a day after the second anniversary of her leg amputation.

07/19/2018 01:13 AM
Burberry burns bags, clothes and perfume worth millions
The fashion firm destroyed £28m of unwanted stock last year to protect its brand.

07/19/2018 01:11 AM
Salisbury poisoning: Police 'identify Novichok suspects'
Several Russians are believed to have been identified in the nerve agent attack, reports say.

07/19/2018 01:08 AM
No-one charged 'for 9 out of 10 crimes'
Only 9% of crimes end with suspects being charged or summonsed, Home Office figures suggest.

07/19/2018 01:00 AM
Manchester students deface poem by 'racist' Kipling
Union leaders painted over the poet's most famous work in protest at his support for the British Empire.

07/19/2018 12:19 AM
When should you pierce a child's ears?
Reality TV star's decision to piece her baby's ears has thousands talking about consent and culture.

07/19/2018 12:18 AM
Pound drops below $1.30 as June retail sales fall
Sterling falls after figures show shoppers shunned stores to focus on the World Cup last month.

07/19/2018 12:03 AM
Would you choose to sleep with the fishes?
Councillors are considering a proposal for an underwater graveyard off Australia's Gold Coast.

07/18/2018 11:59 PM
Morrisons 'quiet hour' for autistic shopping introduced
Stores will dim lights, turn music off and avoid using the tannoy on Saturdays from 09:00 to 10:00.

07/18/2018 11:29 PM
Trump: I hold Putin responsible over election meddling
Donald Trump says he considers President Putin responsible for any Russian interference in US elections.

07/18/2018 11:28 PM
Cliff Richard: BBC would be 'crazy' to appeal against ruling
The former chairman of the BBC Trust, Lord Patten, said the broadcaster should "move on".

07/18/2018 11:25 PM
Lewis Hamilton: Mercedes driver agrees £40m-a-year deal until 2020
Four-time world champion Lewis Hamilton agrees a lucrative deal to stay at Mercedes until the end of 2020.

07/18/2018 10:51 PM
Macron aide Benalla in French probe for beating protester
A member of the French president's staff was filmed attacking two people during a protest in Paris.

07/18/2018 10:15 PM
New Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab set for talks with EU
Dominic Raab will meet the bloc's chief negotiator, as the EU warns states to step up plans for no deal.

07/18/2018 09:20 PM
Persimmon homeowners in Newquay warn would-be buyers with signs
Persimmon Homes says it "remains committed to resolving the works" at the homes in Newquay.

07/18/2018 08:05 PM
Philippines v Australia basketball: 13 players suspended after on-court brawl
Fiba has suspended 13 players after an on-court brawl during a World Cup qualifying tie between the Philippines and Australia earlier this month.

07/18/2018 07:46 PM
99 million-year-old snake discovered
The fossil of a prehistoric snake that lived alongside the dinosaurs has been found entombed in amber.

07/18/2018 07:39 PM
Trafalgar Square catwalk for body positivity
A pop-up catwalk in Trafalgar Square invites people of all shapes and sizes to show body positivity.

07/18/2018 07:09 PM
Sharks attack two children in New York, officials say
A girl and a boy receive puncture wounds in the first recorded incidents off Long Island in 70 years.

07/18/2018 06:42 PM
Tour de France: Why Alpe d'Huez is called "the greatest climb in cycling"
Find out why the Tour de France's Alpe d'Huez stage is known as "the greatest climb in cycling".

07/18/2018 12:14 PM
'Period poverty led me to become homeless'
Stevie-Jo Pasing's family could not afford to buy her sanitary products during her school years.

07/18/2018 12:11 PM
Heatwave: Is there more crime in hot weather?
Police forces are experiencing record numbers of 999 calls.

07/18/2018 12:08 PM
The Sheffield estate where the garage has become an art gallery
A once-notorious housing estate in Sheffield is getting an art gallery - in its old garage block.

07/18/2018 12:08 PM
'Generation Sensible' in five charts
Whether it's drinking or taking drugs, young people in the UK seem to be getting more sensible.

07/18/2018 12:07 PM
What to take to a festival: Friends, drink... and a giant bar chart
Can statistics help you enjoy a music festival? Newsbeat gets geeky and heads to 2000 Trees in Gloucestershire to find out.

07/18/2018 11:44 AM
The women choosing to love their natural grey hair
As celebrities rush to colour their hair silver, some women with natural greys are ditching dyes.

07/18/2018 11:39 AM
2018 Riba Stirling shortlist in pictures
Six buildings have been selected for the shortlist of this year's prestigious Riba Stirling award.

07/18/2018 11:37 AM
Home alone: 'It made me feel that I was unloved'
As the long holidays start, children's charity NSPCC urges parents and carers not to leave young children home alone.

07/18/2018 11:31 AM
The unique makeup of Rohingya Muslim girls and women in Bangladesh
Girls and women in the refugee camps of southern Bangladesh use traditional makeup for sun protection.

07/18/2018 11:28 AM
Life before Google: What was it like?
This is how people did their jobs before having all the answers at the tips of their fingers.

07/18/2018 11:08 AM
Hosepipe ban: Why north-west England?
Three things you need to know about why north-west England is facing a water shortage.

07/18/2018 11:04 AM
Unlikely partners? China and Israel deepening trade ties
Israel may be a big ally of the US, but it is moving ahead with ever more business deals with China.

07/18/2018 09:58 AM
How do US elections stack up to others around the world?
Around the world, most campaigns last a few weeks. In the US, it's a different story - here's why.

07/17/2018 12:18 PM
Now That's What I Call Music: How one compilation came to rule them all
The full, untold story of Now That's What I Call Music - by the people who made it.

07/13/2018 11:09 AM
The full story of Thailand’s extraordinary cave rescue
It's a remarkable story of friendship and human endurance - and it all began with a birthday party.

07/08/2018 12:51 PM
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