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Damilola was 10 years old, when he was killed near his home in Peckham.
Requirements for most courses will be reduced to "relieve the pressure and anxiety" for students.
Michael Gove warns MPs strict rules are still needed in England despite lockdown ending on 2 December.
Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, a top nuclear scientist, died on Friday after an attack on his car.
The key missions recording the loss of thickness in glaciers and sea-ice won't last the decade.
A rare wetland plant has reappeared after not being seen for more than a century.
There is no evidence that it protects against Covid-19 but it could boost the health of the vulnerable.
How a lawsuit from an ex-Trump lawyer full of baseless voter fraud claims went viral.
With more time and flexibility, thousands of women are trading in the stock market for the first time.
For decades, Kaavan performed from his lonely enclosure. Now, with a hand from Cher, he's retiring.
Today presenter Nick Robinson on why the political interview is in need of a rethink.
Families fleeing the conflict in Tigray tell the BBC they have been cut off from relatives.
Elin Williams writes a blog to help other people with sight loss, but it has become her own "survival tool".
The soap has been forced to "go back to brass tacks" to mark its birthday, its producer says.
The Argentine funeral worker took photos next to the open casket of football legend Diego Maradona.
A selection of striking images taken around the world this week.
Around 500 miles of roadworks are being cleared to ease congestion on motorways over the festive period.
For thousands of years Inupaiq people have relied on the land in Alaska but now climate change is threatening their entire way of life.
As an 82-year-old Jane Fonda is still protesting - this time about climate change - and getting arrested.
Cambodian refugee Ted Ngoy made a fortune in doughnuts then lost it all to gambling.