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Why experts say cutting contrails costs less than $1bn a year but may be worth so much more.
The postponed Emirates Old Trafford Test between England and India this summer will be played at Edgbaston in July 2022.
She is "in good spirits" after a one-night stay for preliminary medical checks, Buckingham Palace says.
An incident involving US actor Alec Baldwin puts the spotlight on an item often used on film sets.
Halyna Hutchins, who has died on a film set, had been named an American Cinematographer rising star.
Scientists say poaching during Mozambique's civil war led to more females being born without tusks.
The one-off payment to lower-income groups is prompted by the spike in fuel and energy prices.
A man is also being treated in hospital after the firearm was discharged on set in New Mexico.
Bernard Haitink led the world's top orchestras in London, Amsterdam, Chicago and Dresden.
A skull was reportedly found in the hunt for Brian Laundrie, a person of interest in Gabby Petito's death.
His comments are an apparent departure from the long-held US position of "strategic ambiguity".
Stephen Curry's 45 points, including two late three-pointers, help the Golden State Warriors continue their winning start to the season as they beat the Los Angeles Clippers 115-113.
Saturday marks exactly 10 years since Manchester's football landscape changed for City and United, when the so-called "noisy neighbours" produced a stunning 6-1 win at Old Trafford.
Observers said his detention could be seen as a warning to other "immoral" celebrities.
South Africa's World Cup-winning captain Siya Kolisi, in a wide-ranging BBC Sport interview, says he doesn't want people to think he's "flawless" and talks about "fighting battles" with alcohol.
Shares opened up 6% after reports the Chinese property giant made a payment before a crucial deadline.
Najin, 32, has been part of a programme in Kenya trying to save her species from extinction.
Vaccination rates have lagged among US police, even as Covid-19 becomes their leading cause of death.
Homes and temples of Hindu Bangladeshis have been torched across the country, and at least seven killed.
More than 1,000 people are dying in Russia every day, and in Vologda only one in four is vaccinated.
Here are some of the reasons why the Saudi-led consortium has proved controversial.
A selection of the best photos from the African continent and beyond.
The Supreme Court rules in favour of a woman who was injured climbing a snowbank in British Columbia.
Only nine Republicans in the chamber voted to hold Mr Bannon in contempt.
How the Senegalese-born 21-year-old's myth-busting of "life hacks" made him a household name.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta says managers are being put off taking jobs because of the sort of abuse suffered by Steve Bruce.
Jose Mourinho oversees one of the heaviest defeat of his managerial career as Roma lose 6-1 to Norwegians Bodo/Glimt in the Europa Conference League.
How closely have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days?
The auction house said the skeleton was sold to a private collector for a European record of €6.65m.
The kidney, from a genetically-altered pig, appeared to function well, say the surgical team.
Robot "priests" can recite prayers, perform funerals, and even comfort those experiencing a spiritual crisis.
Countries are asking the UN to play down the need to move rapidly away from fossil fuels.
Their scathing posts have shot them to fame amid rising nationalist fervour - but they toe a fine line.
Zayn Ali Salman is the youngest-ever recruit to Arsenal's pre-academy.
The territory of St Helena, which has remained coronavirus-free, wants a big rise in tourists.
Sergey Savelyev is seeking asylum in France after he leaked videos showing abuse in Russian prisons.
Government plans to extract coal, oil and gas are incompatible with safe temperatures, says the UN.
Ros Atkins looks at how Europe is getting to grips with its emissions problem.
Steroids, the threat of nuclear war and... lost luggage. A small team of female British athletes went to the Friendship Games of 1984.
BBC science correspondent Matt McGrath answers your questions about Glasgow's COP26 climate summit.
Online abuse against women is on the rise, but why aren't the police, government and social media sites doing more to stop it?
World temperatures are rising because of human activity, and climate change now threatens every aspect of human life.
Senior black scientists tell the BBC they believe UK science to be "institutionally racist".
A former colonel describes a leadership making cash by any means, from drug factories to illegal arms deals.
Aliyah's smile conceals a lifetime of abuse - and experts warn her experience is all too common among a forgotten group of girls.
A crucial climate change summit is being held in the UK - this is why it's important.