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The rest secret
The results of the world’s largest survey on rest suggest that to feel truly rested, we need to get away from other people.
Sam Allardyce: England manager allegations investigated by FA
The FA is investigating claims England boss Sam Allardyce used his role to negotiate a £400,000 deal and offer advice on how to bypass transfer rules.
Europa moon 'spewing water jets'
Further evidence has been obtained to show that Jupiter's icy moon Europa throws jets of water out into space.
First US shale gas arrives at Ineos plant in Scotland
The first shipment of US shale gas is arriving in Scotland amid fierce debate about the future of fracking in the UK.
Colombia peace deal: Historic agreement is signed
Colombia's government and left-wing Farc rebels sign an agreement that formally brings an end to 52 years of civil war.
Labour to set out plans for early years taskforce
Labour is to announce a review of its approach to childcare and early years learning while London Mayor Sadiq Khan will tell the party it must never be satisfied with opposition.
Sturgeon to link Brexit to austerity in London speech
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is to tell business leaders that UK austerity policies were partly behind the Brexit vote.
Holiday spending: Over-50s 'go cruising, while young tighten belts'
People over the age of 50 are spending more and more on holidays - including cruises - while younger people are travelling less, a study for Saga says.
Dog microchips: Outdated contact details leave animals unclaimed
A total of 4,732 stray dogs cannot return to their owners because their microchips do not contain correct contact details, charity Dogs Trust finds.
Customers 'bewildered and fearful' about use of their data
Nine in 10 people have no idea what companies do with the personal information the firms hold about them, says the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
BBC iPlayer login will be required from 2017
All users of the BBC's iPlayer service will have to log in with personal accounts in order to use the service from early 2017.
Alton Towers sentencing: 'Operator Merlin at fault'
A court is told Alton Towers operator Merlin was at fault for a crash on the Smiler rollercoaster ride as footage of the accident is released for the first time.
Syria conflict: One quiet moment tells of Aleppo's despair
As the fighting in Syria rages on, the BBC's Panorama has been following the lives of residents in Aleppo.
Water spotted spurting from Jupiter's moon
Nasa says jets of water spotted spurting from Jupiter's moon, Europa, take them a step closer to finding out if there is life in space.
CCTV reveals moment Smiler crashed
The Health and Safety Executive has released CCTV footage of the Alton Towers Smiler ride crash.
US presidential debates: How do you debate Donald Trump?
Katty Kay asks how Hillary Clinton can debate the non-traditional Donald Trump, as record audiences are expected to tune in for their first TV head-to-head.
US floods: San Antonio driver slips amid rescue
Footage shows the moment firefighters rescue a driver in San Antonio, Texas, after his car was submerged by floods on Monday.
Turner Prize exhibition: Will Gompertz's essential rundown
BBC Arts editor Will Gompertz gives an essential rundown of the Turner Prize exhibition.
Houston shooter: 'Lawyer' gunman dead after opening fire at mall
A troubled lawyer who opened fire in a Houston mall has been shot dead by police.
Professor David Nutt developed 'hangover-free' alcohol
A scientist has developed a new type of alcohol which he claims will not damage the liver or leave you with a hangover.
BBC News Channel
Britain's most-watched news channel, delivering breaking news and analysis all day, every day.
'Colossal' wasp nest found in Corby attic
A "colossal" wasp nest the size of a "barrel" with a 1.4m tunnel attached is found in an attic.
The Nirvana Nevermind album cover baby recreates the picture 25 years on
The famous baby on the front of Nirvana’s Nevermind album has recreated the photo a quarter of a century later.
Bethany Bell: Migrants' grim odyssey ends in Italian city of Udine
Asylum seekers - mainly Afghan and Pakistani men - leave Austria for Italy, but they face bleak conditions in the city of Udine, Bethany Bell reports.
Could Brexit bring back the royal yacht?
Conservative MP Jake Berry has called for the Royal Yacht Britannia to be brought back into service to help the UK strike trade deals.
Sale of Kodi 'fully-loaded' streaming boxes faces legal test
A legal case concerning the sale of video-streaming set-top boxes on which subscription content can be accessed for free begins on Tuesday.
The six lives of Boko Haram's Abubakar Shekau
Abubakar Shekau, leader of Islamist group Boko Haram has once more released a video to reject reports that he had been killed. He has been reported dead five times already.
Reality Check: Should the minimum wage be more than £10?
John McDonnell says independent forecasts suggest you need at least £10 an hour to live a decent life.
Newspaper headlines: Labour's 'La-La-Land' and Big Sam probe
The pros and cons of Jeremy Corbyn's "socialist manifesto" are debated in Tuesday's papers, while the England football manager finds himself in the spotlight.
Animals in the frame
A selection of the winners and finalists in he ZSL Animal Photography Prize.
Your pictures
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, we asked for your pictures on the theme of "dance".
Week in pictures: 17-23 September 2016
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
Eternal flames
Indian photographer Ronny Sen is awarded the second annual Getty Images Instagram grant for his work on a coal town in India where underground fires have burned for more than 100 years.
Africa's top shots: 16-22 September 2016
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Sir Bradley Wiggins: Team Sky boss Sir Dave Brailsford defends use of TUEs
Team Sky boss Sir Dave Brailsford defends Sir Bradley Wiggins' use of a banned steroid, insisting it was not taken to enhance performances.
Burnley 2-0 Watford
Burnley's record signing Jeff Hendrick scores his first goal for the club to help his side beat a lacklustre Watford at Turf Moor.
Ryder Cup 2016: Bubba Watson named as fifth United States vice-captain
The United States name Bubba Watson as their fifth vice-captain for this weekend's Ryder Cup against Europe at Hazeltine.
Arnold Palmer - The man who changed golf
We look back at the life and legacy of Arnold Palmer, the world's first $1m golfer, who died at the age of 87.
Mary's letters
Ninety-seven-year-old Mary has been writing to her friend Cathy every day for 77 years.
Disposable women
Women in South Asia are being used and abandoned by the British Asian men who marry them. Should their treatment be classed as a form of domestic violence?
Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi: The vandal of Timbuktu
Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi has pleaded guilty to destroying sacred sites in Timbuktu, Mali, in the first case concerning cultural artefacts at the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Faceless London
Photographer Jim Grover spent four hours making pictures of people on London's Westminster Bridge.
Off-screen dwellings
It's not just Harry Potter's house which had come on the market - here are some ordinary homes with extraordinary screen presence.
'People are dying'
The lucrative counterfeit drugs trade causes hundreds of thousands of deaths every year. Technology can help fight it, but are big pharma and governments doing enough?
Trailblazer
How golfer Arnold Palmer defined the relationship between sport and brands, becoming the first sportsman to use his fame to build a business empire.
Give me five
The social media campaign urging people to give their first new £5 note to charity
Saving Eurovision
A profile of technology boss Matthew Prince, whose company Cloudflare protects four million websites, including those of banks, the Eurovision Song Contest, and many in the adult entertainment industry.
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