Latest Press Thursday 1st April 2021
- WHO Covid leaves stones unturned
- Amy Winehouse’s mum Janis makes ‘to memories MS’
- Covid: Will coronavirus vaccine?
- Skull dinosaur called ‘one causes fear’ Patagonia
- Lockdown: Are losing skills they’re using?
- Covid: Europe’s rollout ‘unacceptably slow’ – WHO
- Myanmar coup: More 40 children killed military, rights says
- Stokes twins: YouTubers fake robbery
- Beware Iberian wolf, Spain’s farmers
- Italy Russia arrest: Wife navy ‘spy’ reveals dire finances
- George Floyd: What witnesses said Chauvin
- ‘I fought 15 times day’ – Usman Nurmagomedov hoping Khabib’s footsteps
- How Man City Pep Guardiola are battling an quadruple
- Myanmar coup: The monks divided protests
- Children dropped US
- Dutch 3,500 fans Eurovision Song Contest
- Letterbox contact: ‘Don’t children I’m dying?’
- Former British Cycling doctor’s UK Anti-Doping probed
- Google rejigs reopens offices
- April Fools’ Day: 10 stories pranks aren’t
- No India’s protesting farmers
- Why India PM’s Bangladesh led 12 deaths
- Olympian tried smuggle $150m
- The speaking China
- Rapper reptiles: Alligators splash
- How images are helping
- US crisis: A US migrant
- Rowland starts, Harrison England Women’s Six Nations
- Germany Namibia: What’s genocide?
- Venice bans ships centre
- Why I bought Lil Nas X ‘Satan Shoes’
- G Gordon Liddy: The masterminded Watergate
- Sharon Stone’s memoir: 5 moments The Beauty Living Twice
- Amazon v union: The fears
- Paul Simon sells catalogue Sony
- Sergio Ramos: Real Madrid Liverpool games
- Mozambique: Why IS is Mozambique
- Tunisia protests: Why are Tunisians protesting?
- Derek Chauvin trial: George Floyd’s tells addiction
- Hong Kong: Jimmy Lai activists protests
- The misinformation raging France
- Lee Collins: Yeovil Town dies aged 32
- Chauvin trial: ‘I called police’
- A flyers ‘dominate travel’
- How motorsport’s modern-day Spanish explorer plans
- Sir Ian McKellen playing ‘young prince’ Hamlet 81
- Inside lives Asian massage workers: ‘How scared?’
- China sets sights Middle East Iran co-operation
- Naga Munchetty: It’s
- Oscars 2021: The directors tackling truths
WHO Covid leaves stones unturned
Team investigating the outbreak in Wuhan was unable to get a clear picture of the crucial early weeks.
Amy Winehouse’s mum Janis makes ‘to memories MS’
Janis Winehouse is to tell Amy’s story in a new documentary on the 10th anniversary of her death.
Covid: Will coronavirus vaccine?
Vaccines for animals are being developed, but presently right now there is debate over whether they are necessary.
Skull dinosaur called ‘one causes fear’ Patagonia
The animal had horns and a huge skull making it a fearsome predator around 85 million years ago.
Lockdown: Are losing skills they’re using?
Psychologists are studying whether people are losing skills because of lockdown.
Covid: Europe’s rollout ‘unacceptably slow’ – WHO
The WHO says the situation in the wider Europe area is more worrying than it has been in various months.
Myanmar coup: More 40 children killed military, rights says
Save the Children tells of a “nightmare situation”, with the youngest victim simply six years old.
Stokes twins: YouTubers fake robbery
Twins Alan and Alex Stokes are sentenced for a “prank” robbery video which they filmed for YouTube.
Beware Iberian wolf, Spain’s farmers
A plan to ban hunting of wolves in north-west Spain worries farmers but is hailed simply by conservationists.
Italy Russia arrest: Wife navy ‘spy’ reveals dire finances
Walter Biot has made no statement about allegations that he spied for the Russians but his wife has.
George Floyd: What witnesses said Chauvin
Witnesses in Minneapolis have given psychological testimony about being at the scene of Mr Floyd’s arrest.
‘I fought 15 times day’ – Usman Nurmagomedov hoping Khabib’s footsteps
Usman Nurmagomedov says he is hoping to “follow in the footsteps” of his cousin Khabib going into his Bellator debut on Friday, which will become shown reside on BBC iPlayer.
How Man City Pep Guardiola are battling an quadruple
There have been more than 100 previous attempts simply by 15 various English clubs to earn the quadruple – will Manchester City become the first to do it?
Myanmar coup: The monks divided protests
Hundreds have been killed in deadly protests since the military took manage of the country in February.
Children dropped US
Footage released by US authorities shows alleged smugglers dangling the children over a 14ft wall.
Dutch 3,500 fans Eurovision Song Contest
The song contest’s Dutch venue would become half extensive and fans would need a negative Covid test.
Letterbox contact: ‘Don’t children I’m dying?’
Diagnosed with a terminal illness, Hanna wanted to tell the twins taken from her at 16 – but had no way of reaching them.
Former British Cycling doctor’s UK Anti-Doping probed
World Anti-Doping Agency examines ex-British Cycling physician Richard Freeman proposal for athlete biological passport data before Rio Olympics.
Google rejigs reopens offices
The tech giant will only enable staff work from home for more than 14 days a yr if they apply for it.
April Fools’ Day: 10 stories pranks aren’t
Our round-up of a couple of of the stranger than fiction tales published this April Fools’ Day.
No India’s protesting farmers
Indian farmers are protesting against 3 brand new laws they believe will hurt their own own income.
Why India PM’s Bangladesh led 12 deaths
The Indian PM’s visit to Bangladesh turned deadly final week as violent protests erupted on his arrival.
Olympian tried smuggle $150m
Kayaking silver-medallist Nathan Baggaley and his brother were found guilty simply simply by an Australian court.
The speaking China
Uyghurs abroad describe a pattern of harassment and intimidation they say is designed to silence them.
Rapper reptiles: Alligators splash
Flavor Flav and Tupac are among the brand new arrivals at a reptile park in New South Wales, Australia.
How images are helping
Togo has found a brand new way to send emergency cash to people struggling in the pandemic.
US crisis: A US migrant
More than 3,400 unaccompanied children are held in the processing centre in Texas, four times the recommended amount.
Rowland starts, Harrison England Women’s Six Nations
England’s Helena Rowland will start at 10 in Saturday’s Women’s Six Nations opener against Scotland, while Zoe Harrison drops away of the matchday 23 after breaching coronavirus protocols.
Germany Namibia: What’s genocide?
Germany is set to apologise to Namibia for a genocide more than 100 years back – and to pay an as yet unknown amount of money.
Venice bans ships centre
Critics argue the ships erode the city’s foundations and cause flooding and pollution.
Why I bought Lil Nas X ‘Satan Shoes’
With art collective MSCHF, singer Lil Nas X created a pair of pricey and controversial trainers.
G Gordon Liddy: The masterminded Watergate
G Gordon Liddy served nearly five years in jail for his role in the scandal that toppled President Nixon.
Sharon Stone’s memoir: 5 moments The Beauty Living Twice
The Hollywood star’s autobiography details family abuse, that Basic Instinct scene and health scares.
Amazon v union: The fears
The result of a vote in an Alabama warehouse could have ramifications for Amazon workers around the US.
Paul Simon sells catalogue Sony
Hits like Bridge Over Troubled Water, You Can Call Me Al and Mrs Robinson are included in the deal.
Sergio Ramos: Real Madrid Liverpool games
Real Madrid key Sergio Ramos is set to miss the Champions League quarter-final ties against Liverpool after suffering a calf injury.
Mozambique: Why IS is Mozambique
The jihadists appear to become aiming to generate their particular own own self-declared “caliphate”.
Tunisia protests: Why are Tunisians protesting?
Thousands of younger Tunisians have been demanding alter as they strive to reside in and form the post-revolution dream.
Derek Chauvin trial: George Floyd’s tells addiction
Courteney Ross gives psychological testimony during the fourth day of Derek Chauvin’s murder trial.
Hong Kong: Jimmy Lai activists protests
Media tycoon Jimmy Lai and veteran politician Martin Lee are among those facing time in prison.
The misinformation raging France
Online conspiracy theories are exacerbating existing vaccine scepticism.
Lee Collins: Yeovil Town dies aged 32
Lee Collins, defender and chief of National League club Yeovil Town, dies at the age of 32.
Chauvin trial: ‘I called police’
The prosecution called many witnesses – several becoming psychological – on day 2 of the proceedings.
A flyers ‘dominate travel’
Those who fly more ought to end up being taxed more, and air miles incentives ought to end up being banned, campaigners say.
How motorsport’s modern-day Spanish explorer plans
In just two days’ time a sport kicks away it is very very first event with an aim like no other, at a time like no other.
Sir Ian McKellen playing ‘young prince’ Hamlet 81
The production will end up being one of the 1st to open up when lockdown restrictions on theatres are eased in June.
Inside lives Asian massage workers: ‘How scared?’
Asian female massage workers in the US speak up about the stigma surrounding their own own profession.
China sets sights Middle East Iran co-operation
The strategic accord will help expand Chinese influence in the area and challenge US dominance.
Naga Munchetty: It’s
Naga Munchetty travelled across the UK to understand exactly exactly what race and racism means today.
Oscars 2021: The directors tackling truths
Two international film nominees on the private trials they faced making their own hard-hitting films.