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A crying paramedic asked why crews were not helping at the scene of the bombing, an inquiry hears.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday evening.
The Golden Globe winner says it "makes sense" for her to leave at the end of The Crown's fourth season.
Midfielder Peter Whittingham, 35, suffered a traumatic head injury at the pub nearly a year ago.
As part of the phased return of pupils across Scotland, children in P4-P7 will also return full time.
The health secretary says 379 households in south-east England are being contacted.
Unions fear for 5,000 jobs in UK steel and engineering as owner Sanjeev Gupta hits financial crisis.
BBC News NI explains the stages of the executive's plan for easing the Covid-19 lockdown.
BBC Sport pays tribute to former Liverpool and Scotland forward Ian St John, who has died at the age of 82 after a long illness.
Opener Zak Crawley says there is "definitely a way back" for England as they chase victory in the final Test and a series draw.
From money for the arts to help for small firms, here are the spending plans announced so far.
The channel will make a comeback, after scoring hits with Normal People and Fleabag online.
All students in England can return to classrooms from 8 March as part of the plans to ease lockdown.
The island will return to a three-week lockdown after a sharp rise in unexplained coronavirus cases.
The holiday firm promises to change after disclosure of a blacklist to screen out Gypsies and Travellers.
The first detailed studies of the P.1 variant suggest it may be up to twice as transmissible.
BBC rugby union correspondent Chris Jones explores how England can move on from Six Nations defeats by Scotland and Wales.
Amateur jockey Rob James apologises for a video of him climbing on to a dead horse at a training gallops.
The streaming platform said it had changed its spelling of "women" to be more gender neutral.
The volcano in North Sumatra's latest eruption sent ash up to 5km (3.1 miles) into the air.