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How hackers extorted $1.14m from University of California, San Francisco
16 hours ago by diogenesjunior to /s/Hacking from bbc.com
Ethnic minority Covid risk 'not explained by racism'
1 day ago by jet199 to /s/Coronavirus from bbc.com
Fake naked photos of thousands of women shared online
2 days ago by radmoon to /s/GenderCritical from bbc.com
Nüshu: China’s secret female-only language
Bolivia election: Five things to know about
4 days ago by Drewski to /s/Bolivia from bbc.com
Movile Cave has been cut off for millions of years. Its air is thick with harmful gases, yet it is home to an array of strange animals.
12 days ago by [deleted] to /s/animals from bbc.com
The Himalayan invention powered by pine needles
13 days ago by [deleted] to /s/technology from bbc.com
Son 'angry' at being moved away from mum at dad's funeral
16 days ago by [deleted] to /s/Coronavirus from bbc.com
Excel: Why using Microsoft's tool caused Covid-19 results to be lost
18 days ago by [deleted] to /s/Coronavirus from bbc.com
'Why I bought a voting machine on eBay' - the hackers protecting US election
19 days ago by [deleted] to /s/politics from bbc.com
The moment you have a child with a moid, you are fucked.
20 days ago by hunther to /s/Trueblackpillfeminism from bbc.com
A Chinese influencer has died after her ex-husband allegedly doused her in petrol and set fire to her as she was attempting to live stream, said local media reports.
20 days ago by green_olive to /s/PinkPillFeminism from bbc.com
Tavistock Child gender clinic concerns go back 15 years
21 days ago by alttrawl to /s/GenderCritical from bbc.com
'I monitor my staff with software that takes screenshots'
24 days ago by [deleted] to /s/Surveillance from bbc.com
What does the failure of TRAs to change the Gender Recognition Act mean for the future of self-ID? Could things be changing?
26 days ago by peakingatthemoment to /s/GCdebatesQT from bbc.com
Britain's £1m and £100m banknotes
26 days ago by [deleted] to /s/economy from bbc.com
Fatal brain-eating microbe found in Lake Jackson, Texas water supply
25 days ago by Drewski to /s/Texas from bbc.com
The European Commission plans to appeal against a ruling that Apple does not have to pay 13bn euros (£11.6bn) in back taxes to Ireland.
28 days ago by Pis-dur to /s/WorldNews from bbc.com
Bigamist husband 'killed Bournemouth nurse Rui Li for money'
1 month ago by theobserver to /s/WMAF from bbc.com
Old TV caused village broadband outages for 18 months
1 month ago by [deleted] to /s/Internet from bbc.com
Fearmongering - Covid-19: UK could face 50,000 cases a day by October without action
1 month ago by [deleted] to /s/Coronavirus from bbc.com
Millionaire fugitive arrested over wife's murder
Ellie and Nele: From she to he - and back to she again
1 month ago by worried19 to /s/detrans from bbc.com
Islamic republic of Iran doing what they do....
1 month ago by [deleted] to /s/atheism from bbc.com
Pervy Manlet depictions of Boobs on the walls: OK. Low cut dress While visiting the museum: absolutely not! ‘Paris Musée d'Orsay sorry for barring visitor in low-cut dress‘
1 month ago by Happy_face_caller to /s/PinkPillFeminism from bbc.com
Snowden criticises Amazon for hiring former NSA boss
1 month ago by Pis-dur to /s/WorldNews from bbc.com
Trump announces 'peace deal' between Bahrain and Israel
1 month ago by [deleted] to /s/WorldNews from bbc.com
Extinction Rebellion: Nuclear power 'only option' says former spokeswoman
1 month ago by [deleted] to /s/ClimateChange from bbc.com
The man who owned 3,000 cameras
1 month ago by [deleted] to /s/technology from bbc.com
One in 10 girls sexually abused - UN
1 month ago by Layla-2000 to /s/PinkPillFeminism from bbc.com
The EU has demanded the Belarus authorities release "all detained on political grounds before and after" the disputed presidential elections, and warns of sanctions
"University 'blocks transgender research'" BBC from 2017 article.OPINION
1 month ago by IAmSatan to /s/detrans from bbc.com
BBC trying to explain low death rate in Africa, apparently doing the exact opposite of social distancing, having overcrowded spaces may be the reason. It doesn't get more absurd than this.
1 month ago by Questionable to /s/conspiracy from bbc.com
Beirut explosion: 'Everyone praying for miracle' in survivor search
US professor says she lied about being black. She's ethnically Jewish. The former civil rights activist and African studies instructor had kept up the pretence of being African American for years, but said she "identified as black".
1 month ago by Chipit to /s/news from bbc.com
BBC trying to explain low death rate in Africa, apparently doing the exact opposite of social distancing, having overcrowded spaces may be the reason. It doesn't get more absurd than this
1 month ago by Questionable to /s/Coronavirus from bbc.com
BBC News: J.K. Rowling Returns Human Rights Award after being labelled "Transphobic" (again).Women's Issues
1 month ago by GayNotQueer to /s/LGBDropTheT from bbc.com
Could bartering become the new buying in a changed world? Around the world, people have been turning to swapping, trading and bartering during the coronavirus pandemic, whether to save money or simply source hard-to-find baking ingredients
1 month ago by christnmusicreleases to /s/collapse from bbc.com
UK: Hydrogen trams 'could be transport solution for Bath'
1 month ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from bbc.com
The plan to turn half the world into a reserve for nature
1 month ago by [deleted] to /s/Nature from bbc.com
This is a man, yet the BBC are calling them a woman. He is another trans-pedophile.
2 months ago by RoseHJones to /s/5thWaveFeminism from bbc.com
Walkies could become the law for German dog owners
2 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Europe from bbc.com
TiF is really pleased to get mistaken for a man by doctors. When TiF is nearly killed because doctors think she's a man it's all their fault.
2 months ago by jet199 to /s/GenderCritical from bbc.com
Transman is really pleased doctors mistake her for a man. When she is nearly killed because doctors think she's a man is all their fault.
2 months ago by jet199 to /s/therearetwogenders from bbc.com
Alexei Navalny: Doctors say Putin critic can't be moved to Germany
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny 'poisoned'
Fifty children saved as paedophile ring busted
2 months ago by Sw0rdofDam0cles to /s/Crime from bbc.com
Hands-free driving could be made legal on UK roads by spring
2 months ago by [deleted] to /s/technology from bbc.com
The ‘Batman Effect’: How having an alter ego empowers you
2 months ago by ElifromtheBook to /s/technology from bbc.com
Google says Australian law would put search and YouTube at risk
2 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Google from bbc.com
Nestlé sued over tonnes of dead fish in river
2 months ago by 1donteven to /s/Europe from bbc.com
Why Turkey-Greece tensions have flared in Med
Arrested HK tycoon tells protesters to be 'careful'
2 months ago by 1donteven to /s/hongkong from bbc.com
China restaurant apologises for weighing customers
2 months ago by 1donteven to /s/China from bbc.com
The man who saved Kyoto from the atomic bomb
2 months ago by [deleted] to /s/history from bbc.com
Michelle Obama: Former US first lady says she has 'low-grade depression'. Is she mildly depressed in the $8 million dollar place in DC or the $12 million dollar place in Martha's Vineyard?
2 months ago by Chipit to /s/NotTheOnion from bbc.com
'I've found my son - 32 years after he was kidnapped'
Order of Nine Angles: What is this obscure Nazi Satanist group? - BBC News
2 months ago by christnmusicreleases to /s/news from bbc.com
Far-right suspect admits killing German politician
The Justice system failed both Audrey and Daisy. Such sad news: US abuse survivor in Netflix film dies by suicide
2 months ago by Happy_face_caller to /s/PinkPillFeminism from bbc.com
Women survivors of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs
2 months ago by 1donteven to /s/Japan from bbc.com
Donald Trump suggests delay to 2020 US presidential election
2 months ago by Drewski to /s/news from bbc.com
Two FTMs fall in love, detransition, live happily as lesbiansTransing Children
2 months ago by dandeliondynasty to /s/LGBDropTheT from bbc.com
Afghan opium growers have switched to solar power
2 months ago by magnora7 to /s/WorldNews from bbc.com
Vietnam admits deploying bloggers to support the Communist Party's policies, operates a network of nearly 1,000 "public opinion shapers". (BBC 2013)
2 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from bbc.com
Ten men convicted over gang rape in Germany - Ten men, mostly Syrian refugees, have been found guilty over the gang rape of a woman outside a German nightclub
3 months ago by 1donteven to /s/politics from bbc.com
Chinese students in Australia targeted in virtual kidnapping scam
Poland to leave treaty on violence against women
2 months ago by ElifromtheBook to /s/Europe from bbc.com
Ten men, mostly Syrian refugees, convicted over gang rape in Germany
3 months ago by AliceofX to /s/Europe from bbc.com
Journalists resign at Hungary's top news site
Italian police station shut over torture claims
Greece wildfires rage out of control
LinkedIn to cut 960 jobs as recruitment falls
3 months ago by magnora7 to /s/TechCompanies from bbc.com
Girl 'kills two in fightback against Taliban'
3 months ago by Happy_face_caller to /s/PinkPillFeminism from bbc.com
Apple and Nike urged to cut 'China Uighur ties'. Corporate giants including Nike face growing calls to cut ties with suppliers alleged to be using "forced labour" from China's Uighur people.
3 months ago by 1donteven to /s/technology from bbc.com
Ukraine hostages freed after President Zelensky plugs Joaquin Phoenix film Earthlings
3 months ago by 1donteven to /s/China from bbc.com
Netflix cancels Turkish show in gay character row
France adopts domestic violence bill giving more power to doctors
Why most Covid-19 deaths won’t be from the virus
3 months ago by Questionable to /s/politics from bbc.com
Spain's monarchy shaken by ex-king's Swiss fortune
Pedophile gets caught downloading CP in an hospital. The BBC insists that the perv is a "woman"
3 months ago by SharpTomorrow to /s/GenderCritical from bbc.com
[BBC Video] 'Black women are killed by police too' - Gina Best, mother of India Kager
3 months ago by TARDIS to /s/GenderCritical from bbc.com
Greenland votes on colonial Danish statue
BBC: Why most Covid-19 deaths won’t be from the virus. "130 million people at risk of starvation, on top of the 135 million who are already on the brink."
3 months ago by LoganBlade to /s/RightWingLGBT from bbc.com
'Jaw-dropping' world fertility rate crash expected
3 months ago by Unbalanced_Life to /s/antinatalism from bbc.com
3 months ago by Nemacolin to /s/news from bbc.com
BBC finally admits the great replacement is real: "Countries, including the UK, have used migration to boost their population and compensate for falling fertility rates"
3 months ago by EngliscLand to /s/altunitedkingdom from bbc.com
#TradWives is a growing movement of women who promote ultra-traditional gender roles.
3 months ago by WooWhoVintage to /s/Barefootandpregnant from bbc.com
Hong Kong: China vows to retaliate after Trump ends special economic status
3 months ago by christnmusicreleases to /s/China from bbc.com
Apple has €13bn Irish tax bill overturned
Poland's Duda narrowly beats Trzaskowski in presidential voteLGB News
3 months ago by MarkJefferson to /s/LGBDropTheT from bbc.com
Azerbaijan general among troops killed in Armenia border clash
France's health workers given pay rises worth €8bn
Poland's conservative President Duda re-electedNEWS
3 months ago by yesofcoursenaturally to /s/ChristianRight from bbc.com
'Mystery' Iron Age murder victim found in HS2 dig
3 months ago by dippydap to /s/Archeology from bbc.com
BBC: Green energy Cardiff to Bristol water taxi plan. Plymouth-based luxury boat firm Patriot Yachts is developing two hydrogen-powered passenger ferries to operate on the route.
3 months ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from bbc.com
JK Rowling joins 150 public figures warning over free speech
3 months ago by Otak to /s/GenderCritical from bbc.com
Mohrenstrasse: Berlin farce over renaming of 'racist' station
'It's okay to be white' posters probed by police...It's a BBC (not irony) news article talking about how police is investigating on who made and pasted these posters. Welcome to NWO.
3 months ago by kokolokoNightcrawler to /s/news from bbc.com