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Norway minister: UK better off in EU

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 04:48
Norway's Foreign Minister Borge Brende says it makes sense for the UK to stay in the EU, where it "can have more influence" than outside.

Federer eases into quarter-finals

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 04:47
Switzerland's Roger Federer advances to the French Open quarter-finals after beating Gael Monfils 6-3 4-6 6-4 6-1.

Smoker's son placed for adoption

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 04:46
A two-year-old boy is taken into care and will be placed for adoption because the cigarette smoke in his home is damaging his health.

Colombia: Galan murder trial starts

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 04:26
Ex-head of Colombia's spy agency Gen Miguel Maza Marquez goes on trial for his alleged role in the 1989 murder of presidential candidate Luis Carlos Galan.

Hola rocked by botnet accusations

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 04:18
Virtual private network Hola downplays concerns that its 47 million users could become part of a massive botnet used for illegal activity.

Woman jailed after 'loud sex noises'

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 04:07
A woman who breached a court order which barred her from making "loud sex noises" is jailed.

'Tweeting' seals chart the oceans

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 04:07
A decade of information about the world's harshest seas has been gathered together from specially tagged wandering seals.

Scientists probe antelope deaths

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 04:03
Around half the world's Saiga antelope have died suddenly in Kazakhstan since May 10th, possibly due to stomach bacteria turning on their hosts.

How will extra free childcare work?

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 04:00
As concerns are raised about how the government will fulfil its pledge to boost free childcare for working families to 30 hours a week, the BBC News website asks key questions about how the scheme may work.

IS Iraq bomb attack 'kills dozens'

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 03:56
Islamic State suicide bombers strike Iraqi army in Anbar province, killing at least 45 soldiers, security sources say.

The exquisite pain of life-changing throwaways

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 03:53
The pain of throwing away something valuable

Rail strikes suspended after talks

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 03:51
Rail strikes by RMT union workers in the UK in June are suspended after talks over pay deal.

VIDEO: Islamic State 'tortures' Syrian boy

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 03:49
The group calling itself Islamic State is using children as young as 12 on the battlefield in the on-going conflict there.

Murder Charges In Bangladesh Over 2013 Garment Factory Collapse

NPR News - Mon, 2015-06-01 03:48

More than 40 people were charged in connection with the collapse of the Rana Plaza that killed 1,137 people.

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In pictures: Exotic animal rescue

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 03:39
Reptiles rescued by the RSPCA centre in Brighton

Sharapova beaten in French Open

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 03:35
Defending champion Maria Sharapova is out of the French Open in the fourth round after losing to 13th seed Lucie Safarova.

Brazil TV punished for atheism views

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 03:30
China kids given 'wealth education'

Couch wins diving World Series title

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 03:25
Great Britain's Tonia Couch wins the Diving World Series title after taking her fourth bronze medal in Mexico.

Nigeria bankers held for 'mega scam'

BBC - Mon, 2015-06-01 03:25
Nigeria's anti-corruption agency arrests six senior central bank officials over an alleged $30m (£20m) currency fraud.

After A Week Of Flooding, Sunshine Forecast For Much Of Texas

NPR News - Mon, 2015-06-01 03:10

The rains gave the state its wettest May in history. Last week's flooding killed at least 25 people.

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