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1 - Kobe Bryant: Basketball legend dies in helicopter crash
2 - China coronavirus 'spreads before symptoms show'
3 - China coronavirus: Road blocks and ghost towns
4 - Early Grammys for Dolly Parton and Lil Nas X
5 - League One Shrewsbury earn Liverpool replay
6 - Coronavirus: Airlift for Britons trapped in China 'under review'
7 - Grammys 2020: Seven things to watch out for - and how to watch the ceremony
8 - HS2: Cabinet minister has 'gut feeling' rail project will be cleared
9 - Jordan Sinnott: Murder arrests over Matlock Town footballer's death
10 - Post-mortem tests on man killed in Hull house fire with daughter
11 - 38 killed on smart motorways in last five years
12 - North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's aunt reappears after six years
13 - Video of Donald Trump ordering removal envoy in Ukraine in 2018
14 - Brexit: Zero tariff, zero quota aim for trade talks, says Barclay
15 - Para-swimmer Grace Harvey speaks about walking in a robotic suit
16 - In pictures: India marks Republic Day with military parade
17 - Chinese New Year: England welcomes the Year of the Rat
18 - The Shetland dog models whose photoshoots can stop traffic
19 - Three women who were part of a quiet resistance against the Nazis in Berlin
20 - Your pictures on the theme of 'framed'
21 - Beatles, Rolling Stones and more album covers as pottery
22 - How a teenager had 30 cosmetic procedures without showing ID
23 - The art of having a memorial bench for a loved one
24 - Grime ballet 'sounds like an oxymoron'
25 - Coronavirus: Could it damage the global economy?
26 - Lesotho's murder mystery, Prime Minister Tom Thabane and his estranged wife
27 - The tiger ‘gift’ that horrified Polish rescuers
28 - Mark Wallinger: The artist who wants to provoke pupils' creativity
29 - Forensic science: How pollen is a silent witness to solving murders
30 - Kobe Bryant's poem 'Dear Basketball'
31 - 'One of the most extraordinary players in history' - world pays tribute to Bryant
32 - Kobe Bryant: LA Lakers star scores 60 points in final NBA game
33 - 'We are having a winter break, we won't be there' - Liverpool to play 'kids' in Shrewsbury replay
34 - England close on series victory after setting South Africa 466 to win
35 - 'We're Man Utd, we'll sing what we want' - fans voice anger in 6-0 Tranmere win
36 - Mental health at work: How it affected my first job
37 - Terry Jones: Life in pictures
38 - How has immigration changed in your area?
39 - Beyond Veganuary: Is going plant-based a smart way to lose weight?
40 - University of Liverpool cheese bookmark sparks Twitter jokes
1 - Kobe Bryant: Basketball legend dies in helicopter crash

The basketball star, 41, is considered one of the best players in the game's history.

1/26/2020 11:39:08 PM

2 - China coronavirus 'spreads before symptoms show'

The new coronavirus is said to be infectious during its incubation period, making it harder to contain.

1/26/2020 6:59:50 PM

3 - China coronavirus: Road blocks and ghost towns

A BBC team travels into Hubei province, where the deadly new coronavirus originated.

1/26/2020 11:44:46 AM

4 - Early Grammys for Dolly Parton and Lil Nas X

Stars are collecting awards ahead of the main ceremony, with many paying tribute to Kobe Bryant.

1/26/2020 11:15:08 PM

5 - League One Shrewsbury earn Liverpool replay

Substitute Jason Cummings scores twice against Premier League leaders Liverpool as League One Shrewsbury Town earn an FA Cup fourth-round replay at Anfield.

1/26/2020 8:29:48 PM

6 - Coronavirus: Airlift for Britons trapped in China 'under review'

The UK government says a total of 52 tests have proved negative for the new strain of coronavirus.

1/26/2020 2:59:36 PM

7 - Grammys 2020: Seven things to watch out for - and how to watch the ceremony

The key facts for Sunday's show - from BTS and Lil Nas X to the controversy over vote-rigging.

1/26/2020 12:09:35 AM

8 - HS2: Cabinet minister has 'gut feeling' rail project will be cleared

Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay tells the BBC he believes the high-speed rail project will go ahead.

1/26/2020 2:55:56 PM

9 - Jordan Sinnott: Murder arrests over Matlock Town footballer's death

Police arrest two 21-year-old men over the death of Matlock Town's Jordan Sinnott.

1/26/2020 3:47:15 PM

10 - Post-mortem tests on man killed in Hull house fire with daughter

A post-mortem examination is taking place to establish the cause of the 47-year-old's death in Hull.

1/26/2020 2:18:57 PM

11 - 38 killed on smart motorways in last five years

Panorama reveals for the first time how many have died on roads that no longer have a hard shoulder.

1/26/2020 4:00:31 PM

12 - North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's aunt reappears after six years

Kim Kyong-hui, once a powerful figure, has not been seen since her husband's execution.

1/26/2020 3:23:42 PM

13 - Video of Donald Trump ordering removal envoy in Ukraine in 2018

At a private dinner in 2018, President Trump called for the US ambassador to Ukraine to be removed.

1/26/2020 3:02:30 PM

14 - Brexit: Zero tariff, zero quota aim for trade talks, says Barclay

The prime minister will set out trade talk details in a speech next month, says the Brexit secretary.

1/26/2020 2:21:33 PM

15 - Para-swimmer Grace Harvey speaks about walking in a robotic suit

Grace Harvey reveals the mixed emotions she had after walking for the first time in a robotic suit.

1/26/2020 4:16:43 PM

16 - In pictures: India marks Republic Day with military parade

Thousands gather for a parade in Delhi, showing off India's military might and cultural diversity.

1/26/2020 5:06:57 PM

17 - Chinese New Year: England welcomes the Year of the Rat

Thousands of people celebrate Chinese New Year by watching flying dragons and dancing lions.

1/26/2020 4:03:39 PM

18 - The Shetland dog models whose photoshoots can stop traffic

Kaylee Garrick has trained her pets to pose together - and their fame has spread across the globe.

1/26/2020 12:08:13 AM

19 - Three women who were part of a quiet resistance against the Nazis in Berlin

The three were part of a quiet resistance against the Nazis in Second World War Berlin.

1/26/2020 12:01:25 AM

20 - Your pictures on the theme of 'framed'

Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "framed".

1/22/2020 2:43:50 PM

21 - Beatles, Rolling Stones and more album covers as pottery

Sculptor Simon Buckmaster celebrates the golden age of the album cover in clay.

1/26/2020 12:05:35 AM

22 - How a teenager had 30 cosmetic procedures without showing ID

A 17-year-old girl had £15,000 worth of cosmetic procedures without ever having to prove her age.

1/26/2020 3:15:56 AM

23 - The art of having a memorial bench for a loved one

Dedicated benches can be a place of solace, but may only be temporary and costs can be prohibitive.

1/26/2020 5:20:53 AM

24 - Grime ballet 'sounds like an oxymoron'

The makers of "the world's first grime ballet" want to encourage black people into the discipline.

1/26/2020 3:01:08 AM

25 - Coronavirus: Could it damage the global economy?

Inevitably, it will have economic consequences. But how severe and how far will they spread?

1/26/2020 1:05:58 AM

26 - Lesotho's murder mystery, Prime Minister Tom Thabane and his estranged wife

Lesotho's prime minister and his wife are caught up in an investigation into the death of his former partner.

1/26/2020 12:06:56 AM

27 - The tiger ‘gift’ that horrified Polish rescuers

Tigers recovering from a nightmare journey could have ended up as Asian ‘medicine’

1/26/2020 12:01:46 AM

28 - Mark Wallinger: The artist who wants to provoke pupils' creativity

Top artist Mark Wallinger has become a school's artist-in-residence to fight for more creativity.

1/25/2020 12:05:45 PM

29 - Forensic science: How pollen is a silent witness to solving murders

Learning about nature in Wales sparked an interest which led to a woman's career in forensic ecology.

1/26/2020 12:02:13 AM

30 - Kobe Bryant's poem 'Dear Basketball'

Watch Kobe Bryant's poem 'Dear Basketball', written when the five-time NBA champion retired in 2016, following reports the basketball legend has been killed in a helicopter crash.

1/26/2020 8:28:57 PM

31 - 'One of the most extraordinary players in history' - world pays tribute to Bryant

Kobe Bryant was "one of the most extraordinary players in the history of basketball" who "inspired people around the world" to play the game.

1/26/2020 11:49:33 PM

32 - Kobe Bryant: LA Lakers star scores 60 points in final NBA game

Watch Kobe Bryant's final game for the LA Lakers in 2016, when the five-time NBA champion bowed out with a sensational 60 points against Utah Jazz in Los Angeles.

1/26/2020 10:36:59 PM

33 - 'We are having a winter break, we won't be there' - Liverpool to play 'kids' in Shrewsbury replay

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp and his first-team players will not be involved in the FA Cup fourth-round replay against Shrewsbury Town, the Reds manager says.

1/26/2020 10:01:16 PM

34 - England close on series victory after setting South Africa 466 to win

England close in on a series victory after setting South Africa an unlikely 466 to win the fourth Test in Johannesburg.

1/26/2020 4:11:16 PM

35 - 'We're Man Utd, we'll sing what we want' - fans voice anger in 6-0 Tranmere win

Manchester United fans use a 6-0 FA Cup hammering of Tranmere at Prenton Park to voice their frustration with the club's owners and Ed Woodward.

1/26/2020 5:50:38 PM

36 - Mental health at work: How it affected my first job

Making the leap from studying to your first full-time job can be tough for lots of people.

1/22/2020 12:30:33 PM

37 - Terry Jones: Life in pictures

Pictures from the life of The Monty Python star Terry Jones, who has died at the age of 77.

1/22/2020 3:20:13 PM

38 - How has immigration changed in your area?

Four maps on how immigration has changed Britain.

1/20/2020 12:37:17 AM

39 - Beyond Veganuary: Is going plant-based a smart way to lose weight?

People with eating disorders may use veganism as a "socially acceptable" restrictive diet, a charity warns.

1/22/2020 2:08:16 AM

40 - University of Liverpool cheese bookmark sparks Twitter jokes

The "disconcertingly warm" slice of processed cheese was found by a "stunned" Liverpool librarian.

1/22/2020 12:49:16 PM









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