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Sir David Amess: MP murder suspect detained under Terrorism Act
The man arrested on suspicion of murdering MP Sir David Amess is Ali Harbi Ali, Whitehall officials confirm to the BBC.
Sudan: Protesters demand military coup as crisis deepens
The protests come as tensions rise between civilian and military rulers.
Prof Sarah Gilbert, Covid vaccine creator: Now let’s take on 12 more diseases
Prof Dame Sarah Gilbert says medical science has transformed ambitions for new vaccines.
Macron condemns 'unforgivable' 1961 massacre of Algerians in Paris
The 1961 Paris massacre was denied or concealed by French governments for decades.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe: British-Iranian aid worker loses court appeal in Iran
Her family has told the BBC that they fear she could be returned to jail at any time.
Robert Durst: US millionaire hospitalised with Covid after life sentence
Robert Durst was on Thursday convicted of murder and is a suspect in two other deaths.
Alan Hawkshaw: Grange Hill and Countdown composer dies aged 84
As well as his TV career, Alan Hawkshaw was in the Shadows and toured with the Rolling Stones.
Australian police make record $104m heroin seizure
The 450kg-haul was concealed in a shipment of ceramic tiles sent to Melbourne from Malaysia.
Covid: Russia's daily deaths pass 1,000 for first time
Infections continue to soar as the Kremlin struggles to persuade people to get vaccinated.
Soldier dies during Army training exercise
The 23-year-old was part of a crew operating an armoured vehicle on the UK's largest training area.
Former homeless couple can buy Wednesfield home for £1
The opportunity comes under a scheme aimed at helping key workers and others on to the property ladder.
Dormice favoured by Italian mafia seized in drugs raid
Italian police search a cannabis farm and seize a stash of 235 frozen dormice - a mafia delicacy.
Afghanistan: US offers to pay relatives of Kabul drone attack victims
Ten people were mistakenly killed by the US military in a drone strike on the Afghan capital.
Sir David Amess killing: Ex-police boss Arfon Jones faces backlash for tweet
Former PCC Arfon Jones apologises after being slated for comments following Sir David Amess' death.
Sir David Amess stabbing: What we know so far
What happened, what we know about the suspect, who the MP was, and what witnesses saw.
Sir David Amess killing: Should MPs still be able to meet the public?
The home secretary is reviewing MPs' security but says they must remain accessible to voters.
Boris Johnson pays tribute to Conservative MP Sir David Amess
Boris Johnson said Sir David Amess was one of the "kindest, nicest, most gentle people in politics".
Sir David Amess killing casts shadow over Leigh-on-Sea constituency
Constituents in Leigh-on-Sea mourn Sir David Amess as they try to make sense of what happened.
Sir David Amess: How a tragic day unfolded
How constituents and authorities reacted to the tragic killing of Sir David Amess.
Sir David Amess: Fun, friendly and always outspoken
The Tory MP was a backbencher of the old school who fought for the causes he cared about.
Sir David Amess: Political world pays tribute to much-loved MP
Sir David Amess has been described as "one of the kindest, most gentle people in politics".
'David Amess was my best friend': Essex town in grief
Residents choke back tears on the streets of Leigh-on Sea as they remember their compassionate MP.
Sir David Amess: Boris Johnson leads tributes to much-loved MP
Friends and colleagues remember Essex MP David Amess's "wonderful smile" and "photographic memory".
Sir David Amess: 'We're utterly shocked and appalled', says parish priest
Leigh-on-Sea Parish Priest Kevin Hale reacts to the fatal stabbing of Sir David Amess MP.
Sir David Amess: Former Tory leader wants face to face meetings to continue
The former Tory leader says he doesn't want to change how MPs see constituents, despite the stabbing of Sir David Amess.
The Papers: 'Terror will not win' and MP murder suspect named
Sunday's front pages are dominated by reaction to the killing of Conservative MP Sir David Amess.
Pigs at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport help to keep skies safe
A team of 20 at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport is part of a range of measures being used to reduce bird-strikes.
Baby Loss Awareness Week: Two families’ stories
Steve and Laura Hughes open up about the pain of losing their son Jesse, who died in pregnancy.
Breast cancer: 'Both my husband and I survived the disease'
Pat and Mark James both survived breast cancer, and want to warn "macho" men they could get it too.
Squid Game: The rise of Korean drama addiction
Finished Squid Game? Here's a quick lowdown on other K-dramas for new converts.
Ros Atkins on… China-Taiwan tensions
Ros Atkins examines why tensions between China and Taiwan have increased over recent weeks.
Life at 50C: Fleeing Sahara's shifting sands
Rising temperatures and desertification are forcing many Mauritanians to leave their ancestral homes.
Meghan Markle's donation a 'lifesaver' for community kitchen users
Money donated by the Duchess of Sussex has been spent on feeding Nottingham's most vulnerable.
Cardigan Bay dolphins may have high-pitch Welsh accent
The dolphins have been recorded making ultra-high pitch whistles off Cardigan Bay.
Cardiac arrest survivor urges people to learn CPR
A cardiac arrest survivor tells of his battle to live - and why learning CPR is so important.
Joy Crookes, her cats, and an album of soulful wisdom
The Brit Award-nominee discusses the making of her soul-searching debut album, Skin.
Apparently, it's the next big thing. What is the metaverse?
What does it mean, and what have Facebook and Fortnite got to do with it?
How a massacre of Algerians in Paris was covered up
French police killed up to 300 people in 1961, throwing some of them into the River Seine to drown them.
The Chinese film beating Bond and Marvel at the box office
The success of The Battle at Lake Changjin is bad news for Hollywood which wants to grow in China.
Channel smugglers step up risks to outfox France and UK
The number of migrants crossing has doubled in a year, so why is it proving so hard to stop their smugglers?
Sir David Amess killing: Security for politicians is a global dilemma
Why the need to be a people's representative and the need for personal safety are in constant conflict.
Adele Easy On Me: 'There's still a stigma about getting divorced when young'
For people who've been affected by divorce, Easy On Me is more than just another Adele ballad.
Shipping disruption: Why are so many queuing to get to the US?
A surge in demand for toys and sports equipment has contributed to logjams at US ports.
New database launched to counter extremism
The Extremist Monitoring Analysis Network aims to "combat hate speech and extremist ideologies".
Why giant turbines are pushing the limits of possibility
Huge wind turbines are pushing the limits of what ports and installation vessels can handle.
Christchurch: New Zealand city parts ways with its wizard
Christchurch was the only city in the world with its own official wizard.
Produce Pandas: The plus-size musicians making waves in China
As stars are criticised for being image-obsessed, more relatable celebrities have become popular.
Britain's Norrie reaches Indian Wells final with win over Dimitrov
Britain's Cameron Norrie reaches his first Masters 1,000 final at Indian Wells as he beats Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov in straight sets.
Marshall stops Muzeya in emphatic victory to defend world title
Savannah Marshall stopped Lolita Muzeya in emphatic fashion in Newcastle and remains on track to fight Claressa Shields in a unification bout next year.
Match-winner Chilwell praises Chelsea resilience as they beat Brentford to regain top spot
Chelsea return to the top of the Premier League as Ben Chilwell's strike clinches victory against west London neighbours Brentford.
Watch: 'I've never seen anything like that' - keeper sent off for lashing out at team-mate
Glentoran goalkeeper Aaron McCarey is shown a red card for lashing out at his own team-mate Bobby Burns after conceding a goal
Sealiway wins Champion Stakes as Murphy retains jockeys' title
Mickael Barzalona wins the Champion Stakes on 12-1 Sealiway as Oisin Murphy claims his third straight jockeys' championship crown at Ascot.
The mystery of how long Covid damages our memory
Since Chrissy Gibson was diagnosed with Covid-19, she has had to re-learn many aspects of her life.
New travel rules: What tests do I need and where is on the red list?
The number of red-list countries will be cut to just seven.
Super cold: Is 'the worst cold ever' going around?
As more of us mix and the weather gets colder, the common cold is back - and it's flooring people.
Covid: When will I get a booster jab?
More than two million people in England have had a third booster dose of Covid vaccine.
Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country
Key maps and charts explaining how the virus has spread around the world.
Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in my area?
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
Covid: What's the 'Winter Plan' and what are the rules across the UK?
The Westminster and Cardiff governments have set out their plans to deal with Covid this winter.
Covid vaccine: How many people in the UK have been vaccinated so far?
The progress made in vaccinating the country's population, as more than 49 million people have received at least one dose.
Covid: What are the social distancing rules across the UK?
Social distancing rules are changing across the UK.
Can I get a free flu jab?
Health officials are urging millions of people to get a free flu vaccination before winter.
Covid: How do I get a lateral flow or PCR test?
Lateral flow tests are more accurate than first thought, according to new research.
Ivermectin: How false science created a Covid 'miracle' drug
Thousands worldwide have taken ivermectin to fight Covid. But what's the evidence?
What are the rules and guidance for face masks and coverings?
Face coverings could become a legal requirement in England again if the NHS struggles this winter.
Black scientists say UK research is institutionally racist
Senior black scientists tell the BBC they believe UK science to be "institutionally racist".
Drugs, arms, and terror: A high-profile defector on Kim's North Korea
A former colonel describes a leadership making cash by any means, from drug factories to illegal arms deals.
'How I escaped a hidden world of gangs and exploitation'
Aliyah's smile conceals a lifetime of abuse - and experts warn her experience is all too common among a forgotten group of girls.
One of the darkest moments in Brazilian football - and the divide that still runs deep
A home Copa America in 1989 became a flashpoint in north-eastern Brazil's persistent struggles with prejudice and poverty.
The flood that drowned American dreams
Immigrant deaths in New York's floods lay bare the 'climate apartheid' wrought by extreme weather.
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