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The so-called "Novosibirsk Maldives" is blue because of chemicals from a nearby power plant.
The machines, which have been used by the NHS, were recently found to have a security vulnerability.
The ambassador steps down after emails criticising President Trump's administration were leaked.
The governor of Kronoberg prison, where the rapper's being held, denies TMZ's claims it is "filthy".
A US tattoo artist urged more high schools to teach CPR after he saved a Santa impersonator's life.
Watch India's nightmare start as they lose three early wickets with Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and KL Rahul all dismissed in the reserve day of their World Cup semi-final against New Zealand.
France says the missiles, found in Libya, were due to be destroyed and were not sold to any group.
Sir Jeffrey Donaldson made the comments after MPs voted to change same-sex marriage and abortion law.
Tisha Rowe, who is a doctor, says she was told to wrap herself with a blanket by an attendant.
A recovery in car production helped the economy grow 0.3% in May after declining 0.4% in April.
Comedy actor Michael Sleggs, who had been receiving palliative care for heart failure, dies at 33.
Ex-PM says suspending Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit would be 'totally unacceptable'.
In his latest BBC Sport column, Andy Murray discusses his partnership with Serena Williams and not feeling disappointed he won't play his brother Jamie.
At least 24 people are dead, including two pregnant women, in tribal violence in Papua New Guinea.
The hit novel's first major stage version is hailed as "unmissable" and "pure theatrical magic".
Julian Dunkerton, back at the helm of the High Street brand, says he is attempting to "steady the ship".
The water was pumped out during sea trials and HMS Queen Elizabeth returned to Portsmouth
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Paul Pogba, whose agent says wants to leave the club, is "a great professional" and "has a heart of gold".
After recent large-scale job cuts, we asked the BBC audience how they coped when it happened to them.
Flamboyant Max Faulkner was daring in his play and his attire when he won the title 68 years ago.