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26 Feb 2024   
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-Senior Ukrainian military officials visit front line photo
-The Eiffel Tower reopens to visitors after a six-day closure due to an employee strike
-Syrskyi, Umerov visit front line, announce reinforcements
-Sell homes of 'Putin cronies', says London mayor

Watch: Challenge Cup fourth round - Bradford Bulls v Widnes Vikings
Watch coverage or listen to radio commentary as Bradford Bulls face Widnes Vikings in the fourth round of the Challenge Cup. 
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Premier League: Build-up to Wolves v Sheffield United - radio & text
Listen to 5 Live commentary and follow live text as Wolves play Sheffield United in the Premier League. 
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Heartbroken Galloway family's plea for A75 changes
Tony Sheil's partner and daughters do not want others to have a loved one die on the road. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 1:45am 

Roads closed over two Dungiven security alerts
Police urge the public to be vigilant as Foreglen Road and Legavallon Road remain closed. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 1:45am 

Death threats seem a norm, MP says
Preet Gill shares her fears as events in Westminster linked to Gaza put fresh focus on MPs' safety. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 1:45am 

-Posters with pro-Putin slogans show up at farmers' protests in Poland again
-Ukraine's Ukrenergo says Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant power supply line repaired after Russian attack

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Japan naked festival: Women join Hadaka Matsuri for first time
The scene at the festival has barely changed in the 1250 years it has been running. But this year there is a change - a big one. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 7:35pm 

When is the Budget and what will it mean for my money?
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will set out the government's tax and spending plans in the spring Budget. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 7:35pm 

The converted landmark buildings given new life
A Georgian cloth hall and a huge flour mill are among the buildings to have been rescued in England. 
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'Bodyguards for MPs' and Starmer turns on Tories
Pictures of pro-Ukraine demonstrators and concerns about MPs' safety feature on the front pages. 
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-Fedorov: Ukraine to produce 1 million drones per year

'England's capitulation disappointing after starting so well'
England silenced Murrayfield early on but made too many mistakes as Scotland recovered to retain the Calcutta Cup in the Six Nations, says Matt Dawson. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 1:45am 

Scottish Premiership: Spittal curls in superb Motherwell opener against Celtic
Motherwell host defending Scottish Premiership champions Celtic. Follow live radio and text coverage. 
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England hopes fading after India fightback
England's hopes of forcing a series decider fade dramatically in the face of a stirring India fightback on day three of the fourth Test. 
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Deputy PM declines to say whether MP's remarks were Islamophobic
The comments from suspended Tory MP Lee Anderson about Sadiq Khan have led to a wave of criticism. 
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-Bloomberg on split between Western and Eastern Europe over insufficient aid to Ukraine
-Germany's metal industry union calls for dialogue on Tesla expansion
-King Charles: Ukraine is facing 'indescribable aggression'

Glenfield College principal Paul McKinley dies
The school will be open to support students on Monday. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 9:05pm 

-Chinese researchers tout optical disk format with up to 125TB capacity
-Under Construction: Week three of Downtown Revitalization Project
-AT&T to give billing credits to consumers impacted by outage

'A little bit of magic' - every angle of Van de Merwe's 'world-class' try
Watch every angle of Duhan van der Merwe's incredible solo try for Scotland during their 30-21 win over England in the Calcutta Cup at Murrayfield. 
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How a 525 bet gave birth to your morning commute
The Industrial Revolution's Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg inspired rail travel, Dan Snow explains. 
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Your pictures on the theme of 'on the horizon'
A selection of striking images from our readers around the world. 
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Inside the long-abandoned tunnel beneath the Clyde
More than 40 years have passed since Glasgow's Harbour Tunnel closed to the public. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 7:35pm 

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