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Water shortages fuel ongoing protests in Basra, Iraq

1 hour 16 min ago
Anti-government protesters in Basra, Iraq, are demanding reliable electricity and water.

Mike Hall: UK cyclist died instantly in race collision, inquest told

1 hour 26 min ago
Mike Hall was hit by a car during a "Hunger Games on wheels" race across Australia, an inquest hears.

Dara O'Briain on why comedians are reluctant to do Mock The Week

1 hour 54 min ago
Dara O'Briain says comedians often feel intimated by the environment on the show.

Bodyguard: David Budd could help save lives of those with PTSD

1 hour 59 min ago
By seeking help for PTSD, Bodyguard's David Budd could make a difference, an Army veteran says.

Fetishised and forgotten: Why bisexuals want acceptance

2 hours 24 sec ago
Former Love Island contestant Katie Salmon says she was accused of being in a same-sex couple for publicity.

'Debt killed my dad'

2 hours 1 min ago
A small debt for unpaid council tax multiplied many times when Nigel Hurst was declared bankrupt - and caused him to take his life.

Labour threat to vote against Theresa May's Brexit plan

2 hours 33 min ago
Sir Keir Starmer attacks PM's Chequers plan, as Labour members prepare to debate a new referendum.

Quiz: Test your knowledge of evolution

2 hours 50 min ago
There are many myths and misunderstandings about evolution - how much do you know?

Domestic abuse victims 'failed' by private probation service

2 hours 57 min ago
Protections for survivors and children were inadequate in 7 out of 10 cases, inspectors said.

Letter from Africa: Why I was sentenced to 5,000 years in jail

2 hours 57 min ago
Rodney D Sieh, editor of Liberia's FrontPageAfrica, reflects on what his career says about journalism in West Africa.

Reality Check: The worst place to be stranded at sea?

3 hours 1 min ago
Abhilash Tomy was rescued 2,000 miles from land, but is there a worse place to have an accident at sea?

Reality Check: Does America pay too much to the UN?

3 hours 13 min ago
Is Donald Trump right to say that the US contributes too much to the UN?

Taiwan tribal tattoo: 'Held down and marked when I was just eight'

3 hours 14 min ago
Yayut Ciswas is the last living tribesperson in Taiwan with a traditional full face tattoo.

The Papers: Will 'war on water rats' increase bills?

3 hours 37 min ago
Tuesday's front pages scrutinise Labour's renationalisation policies.

The female pilot teaching African women to fly

3 hours 46 min ago
Refilwe Ledwaba is South Africa’s first black female helicopter pilot and wants other women to follow her.

How translation apps are ironing out embarrassing gaffes

3 hours 49 min ago
The goal of real-time natural language translation is getting closer, but mistakes still happen.

Ellie Soutter Foundation 'can end vicious cycle around athletes' funding'

3 hours 50 min ago
The father of British snowboarder Ellie Soutter hopes a foundation set up in her memory will help end the "vicious cycle" around athletes' funding.

Dellen Millard killed father as he slept and inherited millions

Mon, 09/24/2018 - 23:44
The 2012 death was originally ruled a suicide, but Dellen Millard shot his sleeping dad in the eye.

Russia doping: Wada head Sir Craig Reedie responds to Russian reinstatement critics

Mon, 09/24/2018 - 23:37
Wada president Sir Craig Reedie responds to critics of the controversial decision to reinstate Russia, asking what they would have done differently.

Indiana school bus driver fired for letting kids drive

Mon, 09/24/2018 - 23:28
She's now facing preliminary felony charges for allowing students to drive.

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