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After experiencing life without tourism, some want to change the way the Balearic islands work.
We speak to the man who created the character of Villanelle, author Luke Jennings.
Newsbeat looked into why some black people in the UK still felt racism - sound familiar in 2020?
The young asylum seekers using music and drama to beat isolation during the pandemic.
The letter, also signed by Malcolm Gladwell and Gloria Steinem, denounces "a vogue for public shaming".
A review finds patients were too often dismissed and disbelieved when they raised safety concerns.
There are questions over whether the Joint Biosecurity Centre has the expertise needed for the job.
Snail shells found in the soil at the Cerne Abbas Giant suggest it may date to medieval times.
Dubai has extradited "mrwoodbery" and "hushpuppi" to the US to face cyber money fraud charges.
China is working be the world's superpower "by any means necessary," Christopher Wray said.
The WHO has acknowledged there is evidence that Covid-19 can be spread by airborne particles.
The pandemic will cost the government hundreds of billions of pounds. Where will it all come from?
As the UK chancellor gives his latest update, how are other economies tackling the coronavirus slowdown?
As the world battles the Covid-19 pandemic, more and more protective equipment is ending up in the sea.
Cases of coronavirus are on the rise across Africa. But in some countries, people don’t believe the pandemic is real.
What you need to know about how the immune system works.
Nearly 100 videos of an offensive song were viewed more than 6m times before TikTok took action.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta says he does not understand the use of pitch-side monitors after the decision to send off Eddie Nketiah.
Some parents have been reduced to tears over the strain of home-schooling, say campaigners.
Celebrity portrait photographer Andy Gotts celebrates 30 years behind the camera.