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US and Japanese teams are still working to recover the bodies from the wreckage of the CV-22 Osprey.
An Israeli campaigner says militants planned acts of sexual violence committed in October's attack.
It says reports of passengers having to pay for a seat before they can download a boarding pass are false.
Fiji international Api Ratuniyarawa admits attacking three different women in a Cardiff bar.
Maia Bouchier and Danielle Gibson have been awarded their first England Women central contracts.
Leaked papers suggest United Utilities logged dozens of incidents as less serious than they had been.
The head of the UN climate talks in Dubai says "everything" he is doing is centred on science.
Other celebrities that have been hit by objects thrown by fans include Harry Styles, Pink and Cardi B.
A rescue operation is under way after at least 50 die in the northern Hanang district.
Over 95% of voters approve a territorial claim to oil-rich Essequibo, electoral officials say.
Their struggles mirror the dashed hopes of so many people confronting a slowing economy.
The UK's polar research vessel visits A23a, an iceberg that's more than twice the size of London.
The 130kg bomb got caught in a fisherman's net and had to be detonated by the Danish Navy.
Another 12 hikers are missing after Sumatra's Mount Marapi shot a huge ash column into the air.
England and Bristol prop Kyle Sinckler says more players may follow captain Owen Farrell's lead and take a break from international rugby.
A 26-year-old man is accused of stabbing a German tourist to death near the Eiffel Tower on Saturday.
Sheffield United, beaten 5-0 at Burnley on Saturday, are bottom of the Premier League with five points from 14 games.
The music-streaming company says it is making people redundant to "rightsize" the firm.
The singer sarcastically thanks US magazine Variety for "outing" her during a red carpet interview.
A hopeful from Redditch is praised for "amazing" commitment after spending £1,380 and 60 hours to pass.
The San Francisco 49ers get revenge on the Philadelphia Eagles with a dominant win while the Kansas City Chiefs lose at the Green Bay Packers.
A Ukrainian soldier on the east side of the Dnipro river tells the BBC about life on the front line.
Complex arrangements have been made to safely send Edinburgh's two giant pandas back to China.
Officials said the USS Carney assisted three vessels, including a British ship, that were attacked.
The activist is in Canada and is under investigation for breaching the national security law.
The event is in doubt after the state of Victoria withdrew from hosting duties over spiralling costs.
Forecasters are continuing to offer more real-time updates and personalised recommendations.
Slang word for charisma beat "Swiftie" and "situationship" in Oxford dictionary award.
Manchester City striker Erling Haaland criticises referee Simon Hooper on social media over a controversial decision late in Sunday's dramatic 3-3 draw with Tottenham.
Hundreds of hours go into Gaurav Gupta's designs for Beyoncé, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion.
The BBC's Fergal Keane returns ahead of elections next year - 30 years since apartheid ended.
Jurgen Klopp says he does not think he has seen "a game with this amount of beautiful goals" after his Liverpool side beat Fulham in thriller.
Spectators watched the partial demolition of the landmark Fiddler's Ferry power station.
Social activist Ndileka Mandela says "the global north is using economic and legal power to subjugate poor nations".
The BBC's Hugo Bachega describes the situation in the south as Israel's bombardment continues.
Henry Kissinger died aged 100 this week. His policies caused widespread destruction in Cambodia.
Students describe the realities of university life with - and without - an animal's help.
See photographer Andy Gotts' pictures of the actors who have played the baddie in James Bond films.
Musk's profane attack on advertisers baffled experts - without adverts, how would X survive?
The UK is sending unarmed, manned aircraft over Israel and Gaza to aid rescue efforts.
Civilians in parts of north and south Gaza have been told to evacuate as Israel's renewed bombardment continues.
Train and flight cancellations cause disruption to travellers in Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic.
Work has begun on a barrier around the Garisenda Tower and authorities say the situation is "critical".
If Israel kills as many in south Gaza as in the north, Biden will face some tough questions over US support for its ally.
There are still over 100 hostages being held by Hamas in Gaza, including at least 16 women.
The UN says renewed war between Israel and Hamas is "catastrophic" and a "nightmare".
A seven-day ceasefire between Israel and Hamas has ended, bringing with it explosions and bloodshed.
Both Israel and Hamas are blaming each other for violating the terms of the agreement.
Palestinians tell the BBC they were beaten and had dogs set on them while in Israeli detention.
Mia Schem is among eight more people released from Gaza on Thursday, in a swap for Palestinian prisoners.