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New analysis of puberty blocker study shows 34% saw their mental health deteriorate while 29% improved
1 day ago by xoenix to /s/TumblrInAction from bbc.com
Russell Brand accused of sexual assault by four women - Comedian and actor Russell Brand has been accused of rape, sexual assaults and emotional abuse during a seven-year period at the height of his fame.
5 days ago by neolib to /s/WorldNews from bbc.com
France has ordered Apple to stop selling the iPhone 12 for emitting too much electromagnetic radiation.
8 days ago by PanzerDivision to /s/Europe from bbc.com
Warlike Z 🇷🇺 warmongers tried to shoot down an NATO aircraft. Stopping the Z from escalating into nuclear war is now a daily effort for antiwar NATO
8 days ago by Site_rly_sux to /s/Antiwar from bbc.com
US explorer freed after a week from one of Turkey's deepest caves
9 days ago by PanzerDivision to /s/WorldNews from bbc.com
Libya floods: Entire neighbourhoods dragged into the sea - "At least 2,300 have been killed, according to the ambulance authority in Derna, the worst affected city ... About 10,000 people are reported missing, the Red Crescent says, and the death toll is expected to rise further."
9 days ago by neolib to /s/WorldNews from bbc.com
This is but an appetizer. Get used to these 100+ year level natural disasters. All refuse to give Her Divinity attribution for these, so She targets your economies and now the assets and clergy of your superstitions. Only publicly declared alliance may temper Her, but all shall know Her force.
12 days ago by SheKnowsWhatAllKnow to /s/Religion from bbc.com
Federal prosecutors plan to seek an indictment of US President Joe Biden's son, Hunter, by the end of this month, according to court papers. It is not clear what charges justice department special counsel David Weiss plans to file against Hunter Biden.
14 days ago by neolib to /s/USPolitics from bbc.com
Scientists grow whole model of human embryo, without sperm or egg
15 days ago by PanzerDivision to /s/science from bbc.com
15 days ago by xoenix to /s/news from bbc.com
Greece wildfires: 79 people arrested for arson
24 days ago by PanzerDivision to /s/Europe from bbc.com
Modi and Xi meeting: India and China agree to 'de-escalate' border tensions
24 days ago by therazorx to /s/WayOfTheBern from bbc.com
Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin has been confirmed dead after genetic analysis of bodies found in Wednesday's plane crash, Russian officials say. The Investigative Committee (SK) said the identities of all 10 victims had been established and corresponded to those on the flight's passenger list.
25 days ago by neolib to /s/Russia from bbc.com
Evidence found of German mass execution by French Resistance after D-Day
26 days ago by Musky to /s/news from bbc.com
Never apologize for things you didn't do - Gladstone family urged to pay slavery reparations to Jamaica
27 days ago by hfxB0oyA to /s/WorldPolitics from bbc.com
The lost nuclear bombs that no one can find
28 days ago by boston_blackie to /s/history from bbc.com
The place where no humans will tread for 100,000 years
28 days ago by boston_blackie to /s/technology from bbc.com
US condemns Israeli minister Ben Gvir's 'inflammatory' Palestinian comments
27 days ago by Cancelthis to /s/politics from bbc.com
How AI is bringing film stars back from the dead
1 month ago by PanzerDivision to /s/Entertainment from bbc.com
Russia's unmanned Luna-25 spacecraft has crashed into the Moon after spinning out of control, officials say.
1 month ago by neolib to /s/space from bbc.com
Sudan conflict: Black market AK-47s flood Sudan's capital
1 month ago by Cancelthis to /s/Africa from bbc.com
An AI camera system caught almost 300 drivers breaking the law during the first three days of its use in the UK.
1 month ago by PanzerDivision to /s/Artificial_Intelligen from bbc.com
Scientists at Fermilab close in on fifth force of nature
1 month ago by GB43 to /s/Physics from bbc.com
Pakistan: More than 100 arrested after churches burned. All this because a claim was made that 2 Christians tore pages from the filthy Quran
1 month ago by clear_eastern645 to /s/antiislam from bbc.com
Barbie banned from Algerian cinemas for 'corrupting morals'
1 month ago by PanzerDivision to /s/Movies from bbc.com
Why US tech giants are threatening to quit the UK
1 month ago by Drewski to /s/business from bbc.com
After BBC reporter Ellie House came out as gay, she realised that Netflix already seemed to know. How did that happen?
1 month ago by PanzerDivision to /s/LGBT from bbc.com
Fitch downgrades US credit rating from AAA to AA+
1 month ago by SoCo to /s/news from bbc.com
Investigating the 'spiritual healers' sexually abusing women
1 month ago by Drewski to /s/WorldNews from bbc.com
Venezuela Red Cross President Mario Enrique Villarroel fired by court.
1 month ago by HibikiBlack to /s/vzla from bbc.com
The Australian town where people live underground
1 month ago by PanzerDivision to /s/WorldNews from bbc.com
Xi Jinping replaces leaders of China's elite nuclear force
1 month ago by neolib to /s/China from bbc.com
Climate change: July set to be world's warmest month on record
1 month ago by ActuallyNot to /s/ClimateChange from bbc.com
MI6 aimed to blow up ships taking Jewish groups to Palestine. (Operation Embarrass)
1 month ago by HibikiBlack to /s/NationalistRevolution from bbc.com
1 month ago by HibikiBlack to /s/Jesuits from bbc.com
Brother found guilty of Amber Gibson's murder
1 month ago by jet199 to /s/Crime from bbc.com
Berlin search for suspected lioness continues as night falls
2 months ago by Musky to /s/news from bbc.com
[BBC, 2011] African children trafficked to UK for blood rituals
2 months ago by MolecCodicies to /s/WayOfTheBern from bbc.com
Threads app signs up 100m users in less than a week
2 months ago by HiddenFox to /s/news from bbc.com
Farmer fined $61,000 for using thumbs-up emoji
2 months ago by PanzerDivision to /s/Internet from bbc.com
Teenage boy sexually assaulted by 2 women, one of whom was 6'3"
2 months ago by xoenix to /s/TumblrInAction from bbc.com
Prominent investigative journalist Yelena Milashina has been badly beaten by masked men moments after flying in to the Russian republic of Chechnya ... They had just arrived at Grozny airport to attend a court verdict for a mother of three exiled Kadyrov critics.
2 months ago by neolib to /s/Russia from bbc.com
US Supreme Court rules website designer can refuse to serve same-sex couples
Australia legalises psychedelics for mental health
2 months ago by PanzerDivision to /s/Health from bbc.com
Alan Arkin (Little Miss Sunshine, Argo, Edward Scissor Hands) has died at age 89
2 months ago by PanzerDivision to /s/Movies from bbc.com
Titanic director James Cameron accuses OceanGate of cutting corners
3 months ago by boston_blackie to /s/news from bbc.com
Titanic sub live updates: Five people on vessel dead after 'catastrophic implosion' - BBC News
Alexei Navalny: Putin critic defiant as new trial begins
3 months ago by Drewski to /s/WorldNews from bbc.com
Controversial influencer Andrew Tate has been charged in Romania with rape, human trafficking and forming an organised crime group to sexually exploit women: "The trial will not start immediately and is expected to take several years. A Romanian judge now has 60 days to inspect the case files..."
3 months ago by neolib to /s/WorldNews from bbc.com
Sharp decline in appetite for news in recent years, Reuters Institute says | The number of people taking a strong interest in the news has dropped by around a quarter in the last six years, a global study suggests.
3 months ago by stickdog to /s/WayOfTheBern from bbc.com
Man arrested over south London 'tree massacre'
3 months ago by PanzerDivision to /s/UnitedKingdom from bbc.com
Donald Trump pleads not guilty in arraignment over classified documents
3 months ago by neolib to /s/The_Donald from bbc.com
George Soros hands reins of $25bn empire to son Alex
3 months ago by Musky to /s/politics from bbc.com
Mike Batayeh dead: Breaking Bad actor dies aged 52
3 months ago by carn0ld03 to /s/Death from bbc.com
Colombia plane crash: Four children found alive in Amazon after 40 days
3 months ago by Drewski to /s/news from bbc.com
Reddit blackout: Subreddits to go private on Monday
3 months ago by Fourier to /s/news from bbc.com
Robert Hanssen: Convicted US spy found dead in Colorado prison
3 months ago by Musky to /s/news from bbc.com
Sackler family wins immunity from opioid lawsuits
3 months ago by [deleted] to /s/corruption from bbc.com
TV fraud gang jailed for illegally streaming Premier League games
Nasa UFO team holds public meeting ahead of report [liveblog]
3 months ago by neolib to /s/UFO from bbc.com
AI could lead to extinction, experts warn - BBC News
3 months ago by [deleted] to /s/technology from bbc.com
Twitter engineering boss Foad Dabiri quits day after DeSantis launch glitches
3 months ago by neolib to /s/SocialMedia from bbc.com
Mississippi boy, 11, shot by officer after calling police for help
3 months ago by [deleted] to /s/PoliceMisconduct from bbc.com
A security firm that sells AI weapons scanners to schools is facing fresh questions about its technology after a student was attacked with a knife that the $3.7m system failed to detect.
4 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Artificial_Intelligen from bbc.com
old news (China expanding its nuclear capabilities, scientists say)
4 months ago by smsfree to /s/collapse from bbc.com
Outcry as Australian police taser 95-year-old care home resident
4 months ago by [deleted] to /s/PoliceMisconduct from bbc.com
One million cancel broadband as living costs rise
4 months ago by [deleted] to /s/UnitedKingdom from bbc.com
Hydrogen buses start running across region. The first of Liverpool City Region's hydrogen buses have started running for passengers. There are 20 buses which will be "brilliant for those congested routes where air quality is a real problem"
4 months ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from bbc.com
Bristol transgender woman jailed for rape
4 months ago by divingrightintowork to /s/TheseAreNotOurCrimes from bbc.com
What it was really like inside the Abbey
4 months ago by ximi to /s/WorldNews from bbc.com
Unionised US Apple Store proposes asking for tips
4 months ago by hfxB0oyA to /s/TechCompanies from bbc.com
Coronation: Metropolitan Police criticised over anti-monarchy group arrests
4 months ago by [deleted] to /s/WorldNews from bbc.com
AI godfather Geoffrey Hinton warns of dangers as he quits Google
4 months ago by IkeConn to /s/WhaleOilBeefHooked from bbc.com
Australia to ban recreational vaping in major public health move
4 months ago by Drewski to /s/Australia from bbc.com
Trump-Taiwan call breaks US policy stance
4 months ago by [deleted] to /s/history from bbc.com
Ex-Harvard professor Charles Lieber gets house arrest over China ties
4 months ago by Musky to /s/news from bbc.com
Barbie with Down's syndrome on sale after 'real women' criticism
4 months ago by [deleted] to /s/NotTheOnion from bbc.com
Trial begins in E Jean Carroll's rape suit against Donald Trump
4 months ago by ActuallyNot to /s/politics from bbc.com
Trans woman jailed after stabbing and tying up victim in Halifax
4 months ago by IAmBeepBopBoop to /s/TheseAreNotOurCrimes from bbc.com
Diplomats and nationals from the UK, US, France and China are to be evacuated from Sudan by air as fighting there continues, a statement from the Sudanese army says.
5 months ago by neolib to /s/WorldNews from bbc.com
Venezuela corruption: 15-year sentence for Hugo Chávez's nurse.
5 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/vzla from bbc.com
Man 'eaten alive' by bed bugs in Atlanta jail
5 months ago by EvilDed to /s/PoliceMisconduct from bbc.com
Dalai Lama regrets asking boy to 'suck my tongue'
5 months ago by chottohen to /s/NotTheOnion from bbc.com
Russian investigators have detained a woman in their hunt for the killers of pro-war blogger ... In video ... - most likely recorded under duress - Darya Trepova is heard admitting she handed over a statuette that later blew up. But [she] does not say she knew there would be an explosion...
5 months ago by neolib to /s/Russia from bbc.com
ChatGPT banned in Italy over privacy concerns
5 months ago by Drewski to /s/censorship from bbc.com
Robert Rundo: US white supremacist arrested in Romania - A prominent member of a California-based white supremacist group has been arrested in Romania and will be extradited to the US.
Kim Jung Un escalates his proxy war, now extracting food from the russian vassal
5 months ago by Site_rly_sux to /s/Antiwar from bbc.com
GlaxoSmithKline in $105m (£63m) settlement with 44 US states. (BBC News 2014)
5 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/ConspiracyRecord from bbc.com
Clearview AI, a facial recognition company banned in most of the US since the ACLU sued them in an Illinois court for breaking our privacy law, tells BBC that they've been used nearly 1M times by US police
5 months ago by SoCo to /s/Illinois from bbc.com
Chicha: The banned drink of Colombia
5 months ago by Drewski to /s/Food from bbc.com
Hamburg shooting: Seven killed in attack on Jehovah's Witness hall (March 10th)
5 months ago by Musky to /s/WorldNews from bbc.com
World Athletics bans trans women from female events
6 months ago by carn0ld03 to /s/Sports from bbc.com
6 months ago by IkeConn to /s/Schadenfreude from bbc.com
Andrew Tate: Brothers' custody in Romania extended by another month - Controversial influencer Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan will remain in custody in Romania for a fourth consecutive month, a court has ruled.
6 months ago by neolib to /s/WorldNews from bbc.com
Why so many of us are casual spider-murderers (2021)
6 months ago by neolib to /s/spiders from bbc.com
Farmers' protest party win shock Dutch vote victory
6 months ago by Drewski to /s/pushback from bbc.com
"This Monday, at least 200 firms employing tens of thousands of people will find they can't pay their staff or suppliers because the bank they had an account with has gone bust."
6 months ago by [deleted] to /s/UnitedKingdom from bbc.com
Georgia's ruling party has said it will withdraw a controversial draft law, in the face of mass protests and widespread international criticism - The EU delegation in Georgia said the move to drop the law was a "welcome announcement" and encouraged political leaders to resume "pro-EU reforms"
Protesters have clashed with police in Georgia's capital, Tbilisi, after parliament backed a controversial draft law which critics say limits press freedom and suppresses civil society.
Matt Hancock suggested to an aide that they "frighten the pants off everyone" about Covid, messages published by the Sunday Telegraph show.
6 months ago by cottoneyejoe to /s/news from bbc.com