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The 1968 photo that changed the world -- More than 50 years after it was shot, Earthrise continues to be seen as one of the most iconic environmental photographs ever taken.

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Grindr sued for allegedly revealing users' HIV status - The LGBTQ+ dating app is being sued in a class action lawsuit over allegedly misusing users' data. Technology

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Tesla cuts prices in major markets as sales fall -- The move comes after the firm reported a sharp fall in deliveries in the first three months of 2024.

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Can touchless tech create 'equitable' gaming? -- Click reporter Paul Carter has a go at playing Minecraft with his eyes.

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Drug dealers offer BBC team deadly opioids -- Powerful synthetic drugs linked to dozens of deaths are being sent to the UK from China, BBC finds.

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Britain's mysterious WW2 'island of death' -- In the 1960s, the BBC set out to investigate local reports of secret, shocking World War Two experiments on a remote island off the coast of Scotland.

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Man with robot voice finally finds his Walsall accent -- Daniel Challis, who uses a communication device, wanted a regional accent to sound like his family.

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Preventing space contamination rises up the agenda -- Agencies and scientists from around the world head to the UK to share space-exploration techniques. -- Beds, Herts & Bucks

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Why are we so ill? The working-age health crisis -- The number of under 65s struggling with poor health is rising - and it's a threat to the economy. -- Health

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Does 'zombie deer disease' pose risks for humans? -- There are growing concerns that chronic wasting disease may be able to jump the species barrier with a possible link to Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. -- Future

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'People are blamed if they have cancer' -- Women with south Asian heritage on the adverse reactions they get from other people after diagnosis. -- Beds, Herts & Bucks

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The surprising benefits of a traditional Japanese diet -- New research shows that a traditional Japanese diet rich in fish and soybeans can stave off cognitive decline. -- Science & Health

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Feeling angry? Venting doesn't actually help -- You might think it's helpful to vent or smash things when you're angry. But a new study shows it doesn't help. -- Science & Health

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How AI and deepfakes are changing politics -- Some politicians have found themselves victims of deepfakes. Can the public trust politicians in the age of AI? -- Artificial Intelligence

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How smoking affects your belly fat -- There's more than just one type of fat - and it's more important than our waistlines. -- Science & Health

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Oatzempic: Should you try the oat drink for weight loss? -- We asked an expert about oatzempic, the latest viral weight loss trend on TikTok. -- Science & Health

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Neuralink patient seen playing chess using brain implant -- In a livestream on X, the patient explained that he was using a device in his brain to move the cursor. -- Technology

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Does apple cider vinegar really help with weight loss? -- Debunking the health benefits of apple cider vinegar. -- Science & Health

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Does it really take 10,000 steps to stay healthy? -- Studies tout the benefits of walking, yet offer conflicting advice on daily step goals. -- Science & Health

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What is the iron lung and how does it work? -- The iron lung kept Paul Alexander, known as 'Polio Paul', alive for more than 70 years. But what is it? -- Science & Health

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The 24-year-old selling human bones -- From a warehouse in Brooklyn, a recent college graduate collects, displays and sells human remains. -- Science & Health

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How a US TikTok ban will affect Gen Z -- We spoke to two influencers who use the short form video platform to raise awareness and inform. -- Technology

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The search for a cancer 'kill-switch'... in space -- Cancer cells develop at warp speed in space, potentially aiding some highly experimental new treatments. -- Science & Health

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Why we have hair on our heads -- Why did humans evolve to retain hair on their heads while losing it on their bodies? -- Science & Health

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The celebrities 'deepfaked' for US influencer's ads -- Piers Morgan and Oprah have criticised the use of AI deepfake ads used to promote a "manifestation" guide. -- Technology

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Are we worse at Moon landings than 50 years ago? -- We've set foot on the Moon multiple times. But getting to the lunar surface is far from straightforward. -- Science & Health

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Paul Carter tries out Atom Limbs bionic arm -- BBC Click reporter Paul Carter tries out the Atom Limbs prosthetic with 'full range of human motion'. -- Technology

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Jason shows the BBC how the Atom Limbs prosthetic works -- Jason lost his arm in an accident in 2012, and he's been working with Atom Limbs to test their prosthetic. -- Technology

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The 17th Century town that quarantined itself -- The heroic story of a British village that took decisive action when the bubonic plague struck. -- Science & Health

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The history of virtual reality that led to Apple Vision Pro -- Apple is turning science fiction into reality but was VR meant to be used like this? -- Technology

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Mark Zuckerberg's early years -- Watch the full documentary Mark Zuckerberg: The Billionaires Who Made Our World on BBC Select. -- Technology

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The rise and fall and possible rise of the oyster - As the US leapfrogged through industrialisation, many of its urban workers were fed on a modern delicacy: oysters. How did this shellfish go from fast food to luxury? See more

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The miniature reactors that may power lunar bases -- Astronauts living on the Moon will need lots of power – but they can't take fuel supplies with them. A new generation of miniature nuclear reactors could be the answer.

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Is filtered water healthier than tap water? -- Table-top filters can remove contaminants from tap water – but are they really necessary, and could they cause unintentional harm?

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Why Musk's Neuralink 'extends the mind's borders' -- When we merge mind and machine, the traditional borders of the self dissipate, says philosopher Dvija Mehta.

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Why Sweden abandoned its secret A-bomb project -- In the years after World War Two, neutral Sweden embarked on an ambitious plan – build its own atomic bomb.

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The ski resorts storing snow over summer -- As global warming is threatening ski holidays, some resorts are reviving an ancient trick: saving snow over the summer

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Why it's harder to find love today -- Finding a long-term partner is trickier than ever, argues Paul C Brunson, author of the book Find Love.

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Rosemary Coogan gains her astronaut wings -- Astrophysicist Rosemary Coogan graduates from Europe's astronaut training school. -- Science & Environment

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Chasing cracks on an Antarctic ice shelf -- UK researchers want to understand what triggers the Antarctic to kick out city-sized icebergs. -- Science & Environment

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Watch: Coral turns white from deadly ocean heat -- Ocean heat records have been breaking for months. This is the first global evidence of the impacts on sea life. -- Science & Environment

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The initials on the wall in Pompeii -- Science & Environment

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Travelling the world for a 12th solar eclipse -- Queen's University lecturer Ryan Milligan travels the world to catch a glimpse of the eclipse. -- Northern Ireland

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World first as leopards filmed hunting in pitch black -- The BBC's Natural History Unit got a rare glimpse of the behaviour as climate change forces animals to adapt. -- Science & Environment

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World first as leopards filmed hunting in pitch black -- The BBC's Natural History Unit got a rare glimpse of the behaviour as climate change forces animals to adapt. -- Science & Environment

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Satellite view of Earth: Swiss Alps -- A UK company is making high-definition movies of Planet Earth from orbit. -- Science & Environment

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Satellite view of Earth: Canadian wildfires -- A UK company is making high-definition movies of Planet Earth from orbit. -- Science & Environment

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Satellite view of Earth: Namibian desert -- A UK company is making high-definition movies of Planet Earth from orbit. -- Science & Environment

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Satellite view of Earth: Cloudless UK -- A UK company is making high-definition movies of Planet Earth from orbit. -- Science & Environment

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SpaceX launches its mammoth Starship rocket -- The most powerful rocket system ever built lifted off from its base in southeast Texas. -- Science & Environment

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Watch: Seedlings from Sycamore Gap tree sprout up -- BBC News is shown the secret site protecting the remains of the Sycamore Gap tree felled last year. -- Science & Environment

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Robot boats: The remote-controlled vessels on our seas -- Satellites, robotics, sensors and smart algorithms are changing the way we work at sea. -- Science & Environment

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BBC Verify: How to spot AI fakes in the US election -- The BBC's Marianna Spring explains the key to recognising AI-generated images circulating on social media. -- US & Canada

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Moment astronauts hug as they arrive at space station -- The Endeavour spacecraft docked with the ISS after blasting off from Florida. -- Science & Environment

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Meet Robbie, the walking talking robot guide dog -- Could the traditional guide dog have a hi-tech competitor? -- Scotland

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Watch: Northern lights give surprise display -- The northern lights were spotted across Oxfordshire on Sunday night in a surprisingly strong display. -- Oxford

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SpaceX rocket blasts US-Russian crew towards space station -- The three men and one woman crew will stay on the International Space Station (ISS) for a six month mission. -- Science & Environment

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Killer whale v shark: Solo orca eats great white -- A solitary killer whale, or orca, has been filmed hunting and killing a great white shark in an "astonishing" attack. -- Science & Environment

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From WhatsApp to Greggs - why is tech going down more? -- Experts say tech outages do seem to be happening more often.

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Almost a quarter of kids aged 5-7 have smartphones -- The regulator calls the data a "wake up call", and says parents and industry need to do more.

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Apple update addresses Jerusalem emoji controversy -- A new software update stops the Palestinian flag emoji appearing when iPhone users type "Jerusalem".

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My battle with Tesla: I want to clear my name before I die -- A former Tesla engineer is in a decade-long battle with the car company, owned by Elon Musk.

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Tesla lays off more than 10% of its workforce -- Owner Elon Musk said it was a difficult decision to reduce Tesla's global headcount.

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UK regulator fears big tech firms' power in AI market -- CMA points to "interconnected web" involving Google, Apple, Microsoft, Meta and Amazon.

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Instagram trying nudity blurring to stop 'sextortion' -- The platform will use AI-powered systems to detect nude images and identify sextortion accounts.

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Apple sparks Palestinian flag emoji controversy -- iPhone users noticed a Palestinian flag emoji is being suggested when users type "Jerusalem."

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TikTok to take on Instagram with photo app -- Some TikTok users have received notifications about a new app for photo posts "coming soon".

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