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They walked 300 miles for a suicide prevention charity after their daughters took their own lives.
COP26: Disruption forecast in Glasgow as busy roads begin to close
Key routes near the SEC in Glasgow will close over the weekend and some commuters are expecting " major challenges".
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Belarus is accused of taking revenge for EU sanctions by offering migrants tourist visas, and helping them across its border.
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Covid-19: Half of Scotland s 12 to 15-year-olds get first jab and dogs disguised as strays
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Twitter says Online Safety Bill needs more clarity
The government says it will tackle extreme posts but Twitter warns Ofcom will be " muddling through".
Covid: Dogs bought in lockdown being abandoned
A charity says animals that cannot be sold are disguised as fake strays so rescue centres take them.
Record high migrant entries at US-Mexico border
The US says over 1. 7 million migrants were stopped in the past 12 months, including 145,000 children.
Alec Baldwin told gun was safe before fatal shooting - court records
The actor was handed the weapon by an assistant director before Halyna Hutchins was shot, a warrant says.
Budget 2021: Ministers pledge £500m to support young families
A network of " family hubs" is to be funded in England to provide support services in one place.
Budget 2021: English city regions to get £6. 9bn for public transport
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will announce increased funding for tram, train and bus services outside London.
Climate change: Why Australia refuses to give up coal
Australia is the only rich nation still wedded to coal, despite urgent calls to stop its use.
Norfolk sand: Has a colossal experiment worked?
Millions of tonnes of sand were shifted to part of the Norfolk coast - have they held back the sea?
The soft toys parents hope connect kids to their faith
Why sales of singing religious cuddly toys for very young children are booming.
Will Apple be the last US tech giant left in China?
As Microsoft closes down the main version of LinkedIn, Apple looks more alone in China than ever.
Covid: Romania s health system torn apart by pandemic
Intensive care beds are full, patients wait outside and vaccination rates are among Europe s lowest.
Trafficked to Europe for sex: A survivor s escape story
Expecting to become a carer in Copenhagen, Jewel was forced into prostitution. But two chance meetings enabled her to escape.
I. Am. So. Sorry : Talking about my miscarriages
The BBC s Tulip Mazumdar has reported on maternal health and the issues women face across the world. Here she reflects on her own experiences of pregnancy and baby loss.
Covid: Fake strays surge post-lockdown sees more dogs put down
Some lockdown pet owners pretend dogs are genuine strays after trying to sell them, rescuers say.
Budget 2021: Six things that could affect you
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will deliver his second Budget for 2021 next week. How will it affect you?
Week in pictures: 16-22 October 2021
A selection of powerful images from all over the globe, taken this week.
Bristol artist celebrates women s bodies by making casts
The artist says women who take part in the project use it as a process of healing their trauma.
Ros Atkins on… Rising Covid cases in the UK
Ros Atkins looks at why Covid infections are rising in the UK – and what should happen next.
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