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1 - Saudi Arabia oil attacks: Weapons debris 'proves Iran behind them'
2 - Teens in unregulated homes face 'organised abuse'
3 - Supreme Court: Winners defend rulings over prorogation
4 - Gareth Thomas: Journalist 'told rugby player's parents of HIV'
5 - Wife cleared of husband's 'mercy killing' murder
6 - PC Andrew Harper: Three teenagers charged with murder
7 - Boris Johnson confronted on east London hospital visit
8 - US Fed cuts interest rates for second time since 2008
9 - Giving birth two million years ago was 'relatively easy'
10 - Trump strips California of power to set auto emission standards
11 - France insists world's 'oldest woman' was not fake
12 - Australian hiker: 'I had to carry my broken leg'
13 - 'I did not want to humiliate' - Luxembourg PM
14 - Human chain rescues stranded dolphins
15 - RuPaul's Drag Race UK hits the pink carpet
16 - Injured seagull photographed with arrow embedded in head in Elgin
17 - Lord of the Rings returns to New Zealand with Amazon TV show
18 - Albanians and Serbs remain divided after the War
19 - The robot that cleans floors and tells jokes
20 - Inside Afghanistan's 'no-man's land'
21 - 'Why I recover the bodies of the drowned'
22 - The epic horse race across the Mongolian steppe
23 - Musicians switch to outdoor rehearsal spaces
24 - BBC News Channel
25 - John Humphrys: What's it like to face the BBC's Today presenter?
26 - Gareth Thomas: Are celebrity private lives no longer fair game?
27 - The 'brown girls' out to conquer Instagram
28 - New Zealand: Is the All Blacks' era of rugby dominance coming to an end?
29 - 'My derelict pub still got TripAdvisor reviews'
30 - How has Scotland changed since the indyref?
31 - Why Africa should 'stop eating one of its favourite foods'
32 - Criminal on Netflix: The restrictions of film and TV confined to one location
33 - Franco victim's daughter buried next to him after long battle
34 - Can you turn around the health of an entire town?
35 - The little-known world of the tap water tasters
36 - Saudi oil attacks: Who's using drones in the Middle East?
37 - Rugby World Cup Japan: Eight things to know as event comes to Asia
38 - Champions League: Olympiakos 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur
39 - Fernando Ricksen: Ex-Rangers player dies aged 43 after motor neurone disease fight
40 - Abbott takes 17 wickets to leave Somerset title hopes in balance
41 - Juventus revolution: Could the 23-year wait for Champions League glory be over?
42 - Best Dressed Ballers: Mohamed Salah and Sergio Ramos rated on style
43 - Wales coach Gatland 'shocked' after assistant Howley sent home
44 - Iran banned from international judo for ordering fighter to lose
45 - BBC Briefing on energy: how do I use it?
46 - Are cities as bad for the environment as we think?
47 - The surprising truth about UK energy use
48 - How an 11-year-old came to swim the Channel
1 - Saudi Arabia oil attacks: Weapons debris 'proves Iran behind them'

Missile and drone debris shows Yemen was not the source of the assaults, Saudi Arabia says.

9/18/2019 7:59:16 PM

2 - Teens in unregulated homes face 'organised abuse'

A BBC News investigation finds teenagers in care being placed at risk of abuse in unregulated homes.

9/18/2019 5:01:16 PM

3 - Supreme Court: Winners defend rulings over prorogation

On the second day at the Supreme Court, arguments continue over the legality of suspending Parliament.

9/18/2019 8:22:15 PM

4 - Gareth Thomas: Journalist 'told rugby player's parents of HIV'

The ex-Wales captain said he would not have made his HIV public if a newspaper had not made threats.

9/18/2019 3:35:16 PM

5 - Wife cleared of husband's 'mercy killing' murder

Mavis Eccleston told jurors she and her terminally ill husband Dennis, 81, agreed to take their own lives.

9/18/2019 2:55:25 PM

6 - PC Andrew Harper: Three teenagers charged with murder

PC Andrew Harper died after he was dragged along a road by a vehicle in Berkshire last month.

9/18/2019 3:50:09 PM

7 - Boris Johnson confronted on east London hospital visit

The father and Labour activist said the children's ward was understaffed and the NHS was being destroyed.

9/18/2019 1:25:13 PM

8 - US Fed cuts interest rates for second time since 2008

The US central bank has cut interest rates by 0.25 percentage points, but is split over future moves.

9/18/2019 8:30:20 PM

9 - Giving birth two million years ago was 'relatively easy'

Why is human childbirth so long and difficult? Scientists may have the answer from studying fossils.

9/18/2019 8:07:34 PM

10 - Trump strips California of power to set auto emission standards

The US president says the move will cut car prices but it is likely to spark a legal battle.

9/18/2019 7:20:24 PM

11 - France insists world's 'oldest woman' was not fake

An investigation rejects Russian claims that Jeanne Calment actually died at 59, rather than 122.

9/18/2019 7:10:59 PM

12 - Australian hiker: 'I had to carry my broken leg'

An Australian hiker who was injured in a fall says he had to crawl for rescue

9/18/2019 5:09:35 PM

13 - 'I did not want to humiliate' - Luxembourg PM

In a BBC exclusive, the Luxembourg PM Xavier Bettel says it was never his intention to humiliate Boris Johnson by holding a press conference without him.

9/18/2019 7:21:48 PM

14 - Human chain rescues stranded dolphins

The 14-person strong wall encouraged the dolphins to sea after being stranded in a canal in Florida for days.

9/18/2019 8:04:48 PM

15 - RuPaul's Drag Race UK hits the pink carpet

After 11 seasons in the US, RuPaul's Drag Race is relocating to the UK.

9/18/2019 5:49:21 AM

16 - Injured seagull photographed with arrow embedded in head in Elgin

The injured bird has been seen in Elgin and an appeal is being made to find the culprit.

9/18/2019 2:20:00 PM

17 - Lord of the Rings returns to New Zealand with Amazon TV show

The TV series produced by the US e-commerce giant has been tipped to be the most expensive ever made.

9/18/2019 4:16:56 AM

18 - Albanians and Serbs remain divided after the War

Crossing Divides: 20-year-old Arian and 16-year-old Selena agree to meet on a bridge between their homes and debate their differences.

9/18/2019 12:20:04 AM

19 - The robot that cleans floors and tells jokes

More than 100 fully autonomous cleaning robots are coming to Singapore this year, made by local manufacturer Lionsbot. Ella's job is cleaning the floors at the National Gallery.

9/18/2019 12:03:27 AM

20 - Inside Afghanistan's 'no-man's land'

The BBC enters Taliban-controlled territory in Faryab province to meet those civilians most at risk.

9/18/2019 12:02:58 AM

21 - 'Why I recover the bodies of the drowned'

Keith Cormican travels far and wide recovering drowning victims' bodies, spurred by personal tragedy.

9/18/2019 12:38:28 AM

22 - The epic horse race across the Mongolian steppe

In 2009 the first ever Mongol Derby was raced across the vast expanse of the Mongolian Steppe.

9/18/2019 12:21:39 AM

23 - Musicians switch to outdoor rehearsal spaces

Photographer Jon Enoch's pictures of musicians rehearsing in London's open spaces.

9/18/2019 12:22:31 AM

24 - BBC News Channel

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

9/3/2019 11:03:39 AM

25 - John Humphrys: What's it like to face the BBC's Today presenter?

As the presenter retires from the BBC's Today programme, politicians reflect on his tough interviews.

9/18/2019 3:12:10 PM

26 - Gareth Thomas: Are celebrity private lives no longer fair game?

Newspapers are facing a public outcry and legal defeats for intruding on famous people's privacy.

9/18/2019 6:07:12 PM

27 - The 'brown girls' out to conquer Instagram

South Asian women are proudly taking ownership of their identities on social media

9/18/2019 7:22:12 PM

28 - New Zealand: Is the All Blacks' era of rugby dominance coming to an end?

As they prepare for an opener against South Africa and a bid for a third straight Rugby World Cup, are the All Blacks wobbling on their throne?

9/18/2019 4:01:31 PM

29 - 'My derelict pub still got TripAdvisor reviews'

TripAdvisor says it is winning the fight against fake reviews using fraud detection technology.

9/18/2019 12:02:43 AM

30 - How has Scotland changed since the indyref?

Five years on from the independence referendum, how have things changed in Scotland?

9/18/2019 12:40:28 AM

31 - Why Africa should 'stop eating one of its favourite foods'

Zambia's vice-president calls for a radical change in the eating habits of the nation.

9/18/2019 12:15:35 AM

32 - Criminal on Netflix: The restrictions of film and TV confined to one location

A new Netflix series, guest starring David Tennant, is set entirely in a police interrogation room.

9/18/2019 12:23:57 AM

33 - Franco victim's daughter buried next to him after long battle

AscensiĆ³n Mendieta's tireless campaign after her father was shot by firing squad in Franco's Spain.

9/18/2019 12:06:33 AM

34 - Can you turn around the health of an entire town?

Three years on, how is a project aimed at transforming the health of people in Fleetwood faring?

9/18/2019 12:54:09 AM

35 - The little-known world of the tap water tasters

Meet the Scottish Water scientists who are the aficionados of our tap water.

9/18/2019 5:25:02 PM

36 - Saudi oil attacks: Who's using drones in the Middle East?

The offensive use of drones has grown significantly in recent years, nowhere more so than in the Middle East.

9/17/2019 3:45:01 PM

37 - Rugby World Cup Japan: Eight things to know as event comes to Asia

Eight things to know as the Rugby World Cup comes to Asia - with some unexpected twists.

9/18/2019 12:13:18 AM

38 - Champions League: Olympiakos 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham throw away a two-goal lead as last season's Champions League finalists are forced to settle for a point against Olympiakos in Greece.

9/18/2019 8:30:52 PM

39 - Fernando Ricksen: Ex-Rangers player dies aged 43 after motor neurone disease fight

Former Rangers player Fernando Ricksen, who had been suffering from motor neurone disease, dies at the age of 43, the Ibrox club confirm.

9/18/2019 11:32:28 AM

40 - Abbott takes 17 wickets to leave Somerset title hopes in balance

Somerset's Championship title hopes remain in the balance after Hampshire complete a 136-run victory at the Ageas Bowl.

9/18/2019 6:01:08 PM

41 - Juventus revolution: Could the 23-year wait for Champions League glory be over?

BBC Sport travels to Turin, to find out whether a revolution at Juventus can lead to the "holy grail" of Champions League glory after losing five finals in the past 23 years.

9/17/2019 8:59:50 AM

42 - Best Dressed Ballers: Mohamed Salah and Sergio Ramos rated on style

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah and Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos are rated on their style in Best Dressed Ballers.

9/18/2019 6:10:58 AM

43 - Wales coach Gatland 'shocked' after assistant Howley sent home

Wales head coach Warren Gatland says he is shocked at an alleged breach of betting rules by assistant Rob Howley.

9/18/2019 6:22:34 AM

44 - Iran banned from international judo for ordering fighter to lose

Iran is banned by the International Judo Federation after Saeid Mollaei was ordered to pull out of the World Championships.

9/18/2019 12:16:06 PM

45 - BBC Briefing on energy: how do I use it?

Your downloadable guide to the UK's energy system and why it must change to meet climate pledges.

9/17/2019 10:10:48 PM

46 - Are cities as bad for the environment as we think?

Cities have a bad reputation for pollution but - in terms of climate change - that might be unfair.

9/17/2019 10:10:37 PM

47 - The surprising truth about UK energy use

What can we do to meet the demands of our increasingly technology-dependent lives?

9/18/2019 1:35:55 AM

48 - How an 11-year-old came to swim the Channel

At the age of 11, Tom Gregory became the youngest person ever to swim the English Channel.

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