Latest Press Tuesday 1st September 2020
- Jacob Blake: Trump brands Kenosha ‘a fool’ heads
- Bella Thorne, OnlyFans monetising
- Food sold interactive ‘smart packaging’ made cardboard
- Paul Rusesabagina: Hotel Rwanda ‘abducted Dubai’
- Drug cocktail touted Trump coronavirus increases 27%, shows
- Coronavirus tracked: 57 countries surge cases passes 25m
- ‘You it’: The Oxford carrying world’s hopes coronavirus
- 8 10 women wouldn’t vaginal bleed gynaecological
- Prashant Bhushan: India finds an lawyer-activist
- Australia: Snakes
- Ed Sheeran Cherry Seaborn Lyra
- Beirut explosion: Macron Lebanon
- ‘You are dangerous’: Piers Corbyn confronted Dr Hilary £10,000 anti-lockdown
- Letter Africa: Why Kenyans are longer cheering
- Rival powers jockey hypersonic
- Hong Kong protests: The flashpoints
- Rohingya crisis: Growing world’s largest
- Hilary Swank Netflix’s sci-fi Away work-life
- Charlie Hebdo: Magazine republishes Mohammed cartoons
- Belarus protests: Students held marches
- Tony Abbott talks Brexit UK
- Mauritius spill: ‘We island’
- Cheng Lei: Why has an Australian TV anchor been detained China?
- Coronavirus vaccine: UK drugmaker AstraZeneca begins US trials
- Meet Senegal’s surfer
- Why drive-in cinema is
- Searching dogs Beirut
- Arsenal Gabriel Lille £23m
- Coronavirus: UK considers putting Portugal quarantine
- NHS plans soup-and-shakes 2 sufferers
- Ivan Rakitic: Sevilla Croatia midfielder Barcelona
- George Ezra opens OCD
- Heart Belgian entombed fountain
- Melania Trump ex-confidante tell-all dishes ‘Princess Ivanka’
- Mauritius spill: Three clean-up capsizes
- ‘They wanted – I’m poet’
- The wants trees
- She got pandemic – is, months
- Hundreds migrants Med years 2015
- Zimbabwe seized farmers
- Coronavirus – live: 57 countries surge cases passes 25m Portugal UK quarantine
- My Prisoner War – Huw Edwards
- ‘Gasly revival giving Red Bull headaches’ – Jolyon Palmer
- Coronavirus: Europe ‘learn with’ Covid-19 lockdowns, says WHO
- US Open 2020: Naomi Osaka Coco Gauff New York
- ‘You here’: Incoming BBC partisan journalists
- Patients cash-strapped councils outsource services pandemic, NHS bosses
- Coronavirus: Tango competitors
- Coronavirus: Norway bunker partygoers poisoned monoxide
- French condemned showing MP Danièle Obono
- Turkey detains Islamic State raid
- Roglic wins thrilling Alaphilippe retains jersey
- Europe’s migrant crisis: Is Greece gateway Europe?
Jacob Blake: Trump brands Kenosha ‘a fool’ heads
The US president takes his law and order message to the troubled Wisconsin city, ignoring local leaders.
Bella Thorne, OnlyFans monetising
Content creators say OnlyFans has slashed incomes simply by placing caps on prices charged on the platform.
Food sold interactive ‘smart packaging’ made cardboard
<p>Engineers behind self-powered technology say it could furthermore end up being used to manage a songs player or enable people sign for parcels, reports <a href="/author/chris-baynes">Chris Baynes</a></p>
Paul Rusesabagina: Hotel Rwanda ‘abducted Dubai’
The daughter of exiled Paul Rusesabagina, now being held in Rwanda, says he was “kidnapped”.
Drug cocktail touted Trump coronavirus increases 27%, shows
<p>‘No need for further studies’ into unproven Covid-19 treatment supported by US president, researchers say</p>
Coronavirus tracked: 57 countries surge cases passes 25m
<p>Ending lockdowns too earlier may end up being ‘recipe for disaster’, WHO boss warns</p>
‘You it’: The Oxford carrying world’s hopes coronavirus
<p>Sarah Gilbert tells <a href="/author/samuel-lovett">Samuel Lovett</a> how decades of encounter (and raising triplets) helped her prepare for the challenge of a lifetime</p>
8 10 women wouldn’t vaginal bleed gynaecological
<p>‘Embarrassment, fear of pain and being unaware of the signs and symptoms of gynaecological cancers usually prevent women from talking openly about their own health,’ says Dr Sue Ward</p>
Prashant Bhushan: India finds an lawyer-activist
Prashant Bhushan refused to apologise to the Supreme Court and got a symbolic one-rupee fine.
Two carpet pythons found slithering about a house in Queensland, Australia, may have been love rivals.
Ed Sheeran Cherry Seaborn Lyra
The singer tells fans his wife has given birth to daughter Lyra, their particular preliminary child.
Beirut explosion: Macron Lebanon
The French president says the next six weeks are crucial for the future of the disaster-hit country.
‘You are dangerous’: Piers Corbyn confronted Dr Hilary £10,000 anti-lockdown
<p>Celebrity physician rejects conspiracy theories floated by former Labour leader’s brother</p>
Letter Africa: Why Kenyans are longer cheering
It is a time of reflection 10 years after the country was promised a rebirth, writes Waihiga Mwaura.
Rival powers jockey hypersonic
The US, China and Russia are pouring money into aircraft that can fly at five times the speed of sound.
Hong Kong protests: The flashpoints
A couple of defining moments in the city’s dramatic calendar 12 months are below the spotlight as arrests gather pace.
Rohingya crisis: Growing world’s largest
Nayeem, 3, is one of 20,000 children born every calendar yr in the get away in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.
Hilary Swank Netflix’s sci-fi Away work-life
Hilary Swank talks about her role for Netflix as the commander on the preliminary manned mission to Mars.
Charlie Hebdo: Magazine republishes Mohammed cartoons
Fourteen alleged accomplices to the deadly 2015 attack on the French magazine go on trial on Wednesday.
Belarus protests: Students held marches
Thousands of students march through Minsk protesting against long-time leader Alexander Lukashenko.
Tony Abbott talks Brexit UK
The ex-Australian prime minister says he has spoken to ministers but “there is nothing official yet”.
Mauritius spill: ‘We island’
Young locals are helping to prevent environment damage after an oil leak from a ship that ran aground.
Cheng Lei: Why has an Australian TV anchor been detained China?
The disappearance of high-profile presenter Cheng Lei has shocked her family and strained relations.
Coronavirus vaccine: UK drugmaker AstraZeneca begins US trials
<p>Cambridge-based pharmaceutical company has capacity to produce nearly 3 billion doses of vaccine</p>
Meet Senegal’s surfer
Khadjou Sambe, 25, defied social expectations to ride the Atlantic waves.
Why drive-in cinema is
Drive-ins are booming, of course. But this particular one is furthermore responding to the other huge story of the year.
Searching dogs Beirut
Many pets ran away after a massive explosion in Beirut, leaving Leila Molana-Allen pining for a missing puppy.
Arsenal Gabriel Lille £23m
Arsenal total the signing of Brazilian centre-back Gabriel Magalhaes from Lille for 26m euros (£23.14m).
Coronavirus: UK considers putting Portugal quarantine
Ministers are deciding whether to reimpose measures for people returning from Portugal, sources say.
NHS plans soup-and-shakes 2 sufferers
<p>One-third of people who died from Covid-19 in hospital had blood-sugar condition, Public Health England says</p>
Ivan Rakitic: Sevilla Croatia midfielder Barcelona
Sevilla have signed Croatia midfielder Ivan Rakitic on a four-year deal from La Liga rivals Barcelona.
George Ezra opens OCD
The musician says he is plagued simply by intrusive thoughts, and has suffered from OCD “my whole life”.
Heart Belgian entombed fountain
Workers renovating a fountain in the Belgian city of Verviers find the organ preserved in a casket.
Melania Trump ex-confidante tell-all dishes ‘Princess Ivanka’
A brand brand new tell-all describes private chats between the US First Lady and her previous longtime friend.
Mauritius spill: Three clean-up capsizes
The tragedy comes amid rising anger in Mauritius at the government’s handling of the July spill.
‘They wanted – I’m poet’
Kuli Kohli has always used writing as a means of escape from the prejudice she has experienced as an Asian woman with cerebral palsy.
The wants trees
Christian Kroll is the boss of Ecosia, which donates 80% of it’s profits to tree-planting projects.
She got pandemic – is, months
For a few people Covid simply will not go away. One woman who thinks she had it has made an Instagram diary.
Hundreds migrants Med years 2015
Five years on from the migrant crisis of 2015 hundreds are still dying in the Mediterranean.
Zimbabwe seized farmers
Hundreds of mainly European farmers could benefit from the move, aimed at mending relations with the West.
Coronavirus – live: 57 countries surge cases passes 25m Portugal UK quarantine
<p>Follow all the latest stats and updates as Portugal could return to UK quarantine list </p>
My Prisoner War – Huw Edwards
BBC newsreader and presenter Huw Edwards visits the remains of the German POW camping where his grandfather was held.
‘Gasly revival giving Red Bull headaches’ – Jolyon Palmer
Pierre Gasly’s stirring recovery at the Belgian Grand Prix was confirmation of his renaissance, writes Jolyon Palmer.
Coronavirus: Europe ‘learn with’ Covid-19 lockdowns, says WHO
<p>Europe director Hans Kluge says rise in hospital admissions in coming months would be ‘no reason for panic’</p>
US Open 2020: Naomi Osaka Coco Gauff New York
Former champion Naomi Osaka overcomes a scare in her US Open first-round complement, but American teenager Coco Gauff is knocked out presently there on day one.
‘You here’: Incoming BBC partisan journalists
<p>New director general expected to curtail social media use and force high profile figures to report private sector speaking fees</p>
Patients cash-strapped councils outsource services pandemic, NHS bosses
<p><strong>Exclusive:</strong> Community health services up for tender as Labour attacks ‘disruptive and wasteful’ process</p>
Coronavirus: Tango competitors
The Buenos Aires World Tango Championship took place online because of the pandemic.
Coronavirus: Norway bunker partygoers poisoned monoxide
A “Rave Cave” party in the Norwegian capital Oslo leaves 25 people in need of hospital treatment.
French condemned showing MP Danièle Obono
A right-wing French magazine accused of racism apologises to black socialist MP Danièle Obono.
Turkey detains Islamic State raid
The suspect had received orders from Syria and Iraq to carry out presently there presently presently there an attack, the government says.
Roglic wins thrilling Alaphilippe retains jersey
Primoz Roglic wins a thrilling complete to stage four of this particular particular year’s Tour de France as Julian Alaphilippe retains the yellow jersey.
Europe’s migrant crisis: Is Greece gateway Europe?
Migrant numbers are rising again, but Greece does not want to end up being seen as a gateway to Europe.