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Hundreds of thousands of pupils in England, Wales and Northern Ireland are getting their results.
As teenagers receive their GCSE results, BBC News explains the new 9-1 grading structure in England.
Around 60,000 bees were removed from a woman's house in Brisbane, Australia.
Three riders have died since quarter of a million pounds was allocated to the Dundrod circuit in 2017.
Your morning briefing for 22 August 2019.
Larry Swearingen had maintained his innocence, saying scientific evidence should have exonerated him.
The US secretary of state speaks with Denmark's foreign minister amid a public row over Greenland.
The team, which includes three women and 11 men, are raising money for Hayward House, a palliative care centre in the city.
As hundreds of thousands of pupils await their GCSE results, there is a warning the exams were too hard.
Has your period ever ruined a night out? Three Celtic fans are trying to do something about it.
People with type 2 diabetes "should not be encouraged" to take omega-3, researchers say.
The leaders will meet hours after the French president seemed to dampen hopes of any new Brexit deal.
The World Health Organization says its findings are based on the "limited information" available.
Young protestors in Hong Kong have been speaking about what they want from the government.
Blue ribbons sell out after PC Andrew Harper's home comes up with a way to honour its fallen son.
The WWF said it was "very unlikely" that pollution reduction targets would be met without new laws.
Comedian James Acaster thinks so, and here's why.
Some are using them to accuse their ex-partners of violence, rape and child abuse - despite the dangers.
While the number of construction deaths has dropped over the past 30 years, fatalities in agriculture remain high.
Spectacular images from a new microscope spark a "revolution" in biology