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1 Last male Sumatran rhino in Malaysia dies
2 Millions 'lack access' to parks and green spaces
3 Bug hunt: Volunteers needed to spot insect's 'spittle'
4 Photographer 'overwhelmed' by response to bald eagle picture
5 School strike for climate: Protests staged around the world
6 'Sabotaged' tanker in Gulf of Oman leaked oil
7 Everest: Three more die amid overcrowding near summit
8 Plastic straws: Which companies are banning them?
9 Climate change: Half world's biggest airlines don't offer carbon offsetting
10 Snakebites: Like having my hand smashed by a hammer'
11 Recycling in Scotland: What should I do with my waste?
12 Could making recycling pay save the planet?
13 Ohio tornado blows parked car at home killing elderly man
14 Griff the golden eagle escapes rescue centre home
15 Orkney stoat traps claim probed by police
16 Famous Cairngorms osprey may have died of old age
17 'I was a Macedonian fake news writer'
18 The curious origins of the dollar symbol
19 A UNESCO castle where families live rent-free
20 Cinema's shameful history of demonising the scarred
21 Why our ancestors drilled holes in each other's skulls
22 Why we need to reinvent democracy for the long-term
23 The city in the shadow of an aging nuclear reactor
24 Ministers told back up science vision or risk UK stagnation
25 Would you recognise yourself from your data?
26 'Demo' found written on South Sudan in Google Maps
27 Malware-ridden laptop artwork sold for $1.3m
28 US Navy wants 350 billion social media posts
29 Pokemon Sleep app: 'We want to turn sleep into entertainment'
30 New Zealand budget: National party denies hacking Treasury
31 Amazon defeated Rekognition revolt by a large margin
32 The tablet computer pulled by donkey
33 Iggy Azalea 'felt violated' by nude photo leak
34 MacKenzie Bezos pledges to donate half her $37 billion fortune
35 Baltimore ransomware attack: NSA faces questions
36 The ethical hackers taking the bugs to the bank
37 How Ireland became Europe's data watchdog
38 Is Huawei in retreat?
39 Why Huawei's Google woes worry Africa
40 Google's Ad Exchange faces privacy probe by Irish regulator
41 Female-voice AI reinforces bias, says UN report
42 'Demo' found written on South Sudan in Google Maps
43 Marnie Simpson novelty contact lenses advert is banned
44 'Swallow your pride and ask for help,' first-time students told
45 Anti-Semitism row: University of Essex sacks lecturer
46 Fee support extended for EU students
47 Universities told not to 'scaremonger' ahead of fee cut
48 University of Essex 'sorry' for sex complaint delays
49 Inside the Warwick University rape chat scandal
50 Jesus College Cambridge appoints its first female black master
51 Broomlands Primary: Does a 'stunning school' help learning?
52 School run: How Cardiff primary is transforming pupils' commute
53 The Moon landings: How one small step inspired a generation
54 Tuition fees cut expected as Theresa May's legacy
55 New Jedburgh campus name to be decided by vote
56 Julia Donaldson: Children's authors 'don't get recognition'
57 Meningitis vaccine: Students in Wales urged to get jab
58 'Swallow your pride and ask for help,' first-time students told
59 MSPs back Scottish smacking ban proposals
60 Inside the Warwick University rape chat scandal
61 Fee support extended for EU students
62 Why you shouldn't trust your food cravings
63 Transgender no longer recognised as 'disorder' by WHO
64 Woman infertile after surgeon removed wrong fallopian tube
65 Fertility paradox in male beauty quest
66 Prostate gel spacer reduces bowel and bladder damage
67 Mumps--is it the forgotten disease?
68 Surgeons warn of serious hand injuries from dog leads and collars
69 We Are Middlesbrough: Pregnant teenagers tell their story
70 I never met my daughter's dad--she was his dying wish
71 Light and the circadian rhythm: The key to a good night's sleep?
72 I lost my arms and legs--stop it happening to others
73 Chiari malformation: 'I went from travel-obsessed to bedridden'
74 Lord Paddy Ashdown: Memorial for 'man of duty'
75 Argentina abortion: Crowds gather to back pro-choice bill
76 A Killer Asteroid Is Coming--We Don't Know When (So Let's Be Ready), Bill Nye Says
77 Could Life on Earth Have Come from Another Star System?
78 Ancient Guatemalan Sculptors Knowingly Crafted Magnetic 'Potbelly' Statues
79 Watch Concrete Explode as Scientists Probe Weird Phenomenon
80 Last-Ditch Hack Led to the Invention of Quantum Mechanics
81 Scientists Think They've Found the Ancient Neutron Star Crash that Showered Our Solar System in Gold
82 Who Inherits the British Throne?
83 Caster Semenya, Testosterone and the History of Gender Segregation in Sports
84 Newfound 'Mini T. Rex' Was a Tiny Terror at Just 3 Feet Tall
85 Hubble Scientists Just Released the Most Detailed Picture of the Universe Ever
86 Evidence of Ayahuasca, Other Hallucinogens Detected in Pre-Columbian 'Drug Bag'
87 Chemicals from Sunscreen Get into Your Blood. Here's What that Means.
88 North Korea's Short-Range Missile Test Spotted from Space
89 6 in 10 Infectious Diseases Come from Animals. The CDC Is Most Worried About These 8.
90 Why Mathematicians Are Obsessed with (and Hoarding) this Chalk
91 Off the Coast of Portugal, the Earth's Crust Might Be Peeling in Two
92 Cats 'Farm' Bacteria in Their Butts. Here's Why.
93 First-Ever Video Shows Immune System Blowing Holes in Bacteria
94 Reference: What Are Elementary Particles?
95 More than Half of Pregnancy-Related Deaths Are Preventable, CDC Says
96 Dogs Sacrificed by Shang Dynasty Were Just Pups. Some Were Even Buried Alive.
97 1st Evidence of a Black Hole Devouring a Neutron Star Sends Ripples Through Space-Time
98 Antimatter Is Both a Particle and a Wave, New Experiment Confirms
99 How Tiny Crustaceans Survive the Crushing Pressures of the Mariana Trench
100 What Made Ancient Hominins Cannibals? Humans Were Nutritious and Easy Prey
101 Algae 'Bioreactor' on Space Station Could Make Oxygen, Food for Astronauts
102 The Meaning of 'Archie Harrison,' the New Royal Baby's Name
103 King Tut's Sisters Took the Throne Before He Did, Controversial Claim Says
104 Could CTE Be Diagnosed Before a Person Dies? This Protein May Be the Key
105 Drones Find Unexpected Radiation 'Hotspots' in Forest Near Chernobyl
106 Mongolian Couple Died of Plague After Eating Raw Marmot
107 This Man's DNA Is the Oldest in North America
108 What Happens in the Hours Before Death? Most People Don't Have a Clue.
109 'Jaws' Movie Poster Comes to Life, in Terrifying Shark Photo
110 100-Plus Neglected Lions Found with Mange, Neurological Problems, on South African Farm