NEWS: BBC NEWS FRONT PAGE | WORLD
Setup News Ticker
   NEWS: BBC NEWS FRONT PAGE | WORLD
BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

Quiz: Can you name this season's forgotten signings?
These players arrived in the Premier League with high hopes - and have barely played since. But how many can you remember?

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

Coronavirus: Japan to declare emergency as Tokyo cases soar
The measures aim to avert a major outbreak in its major cities but fall short of a lockdown.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

Promoter Arum expects ticket price cuts as Fury forgets about Wilder
Tyson's Fury's promoter Bob Arum believes boxing shows must be made cheaper while the British heavyweight says the coronavirus pandemic has changed him.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

Coronavirus: South African bride and groom arrested over lockdown wedding
Police vans, not wedding cars, greet newlyweds who ignored South Africa's ban on public gatherings.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

Coronavirus: Nigerian actress Funke Akindele arrested for Lagos party amid lockdown
Funke Akindele recently appeared in a public health video to raise awareness about coronavirus.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

Coronavirus: Spanish deaths fall for fourth consecutive day
Many hope the slowing death rate means lockdown measures, implemented weeks ago, are having an impact.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

Premier League players to negotiate wage cuts on club-by-club basis
Premier League players are set to start negotiations on a club-by-club basis over proposed wage cuts.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

Hydroxychloroquine: Can India help Trump with unproven 'corona drug'?
India may 'reconsider' a ban on exporting hydroxychloroquine after a call from the US President.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

Coronavirus lockdown: As Easter holidays begin, families feel strain
When families are locked down together what are the pressures on relationships?

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

UK PM Johnson 'still in charge' while in hospital
The prime minister is undergoing "routine tests", 10 days after he was diagnosed with coronavirus.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

Cyclone Harold : Superstorm hits Vanuatu after killing 27 in Solomons
Vanuatu is already in a state of emergency because of the virus - and is awaiting election results.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

Coronavirus: When will we know if the UK lockdown is working?
Almost two weeks after Britons were confined to their homes, is the coronavirus curve flattening?

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

Whale sharks: Atomic tests solve age puzzle of world's largest fish
Data from Cold War nuclear bomb tests help scientists accurately age whale sharks for the first time.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

Coronavirus: Defence firm Babcock to make 10,000 ventilators
The move comes as tech giant Apple says it will start making face shields for medical workers.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

Oil jittery as Saudi Arabia-Russia talks delayed
The two major crude producers had been scheduled to hold talks on Monday but meeting has been delayed.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

Coronavirus: Tiger at Bronx Zoo tests positive for Covid-19
The Bronx Zoo in New York says this case of human-to-animal transmission appears to be unique.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 06, 2020

Coronavirus: Singapore quarantines 20,000 migrant workers
The workers will be paid - but some have complained of overcrowded and dirty conditions.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: Trump voices hope for ‘levelling-off' in US hotspots
The president voices hope that cases are "levelling off" in US hotspots, but warns of more deaths.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

The iShield: Apple to design and make medical gear
Tech giant Apple is designing and making more than 1m face shields a week to ship to medical workers.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: When will we know the UK lockdown is working?
Almost two weeks after Britons were confined to their homes, is the coronavirus curve flattening?

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

UK domestic abuse calls 'up 25% since lockdown'
The figures follow warnings victims could find it harder to escape their abusers during lockdown.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: Does my grandfather's 1940 infectious disease advice still hold true?
Frank Gardner's grandfather recommended soap and sunlight when dealing with infectious patients. Other ideas haven't aged so well.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: Families in lockdown feel the strain
When families are locked down together what are the pressures on relationships?

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: Putting the spotlight on the global wildlife trade
Conservation experts say the pandemic is a watershed moment for curbing global wildlife trade.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: 24 hours on lockdown
A group of 24 photographers record one hour each of life under restrictions imposed because of coronavirus.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

'We all have resilience... You've got to make it grow'
Professional explorer Mike Horn reflects upon his daredevil career so far.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: Quarantined Italian village turned into human laboratory
Could a tiny hilltop village in Italy help us solve some of the mysteries around coronavirus?

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus 'could wipe out Brazil's indigenous people'
Respiratory illnesses are already the main cause of death for the country's native communities.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: 'Gaza has no resources to fight this virus'
In Gaza, people are bracing for a coronavirus outbreak as more than 10 cases of infection have been confirmed in the small enclave.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: Why you now have to wear a mask in Austrian shops
It is a debate being had across the world, and now Austria and its neighbours have decided to act.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: 'Pregnancy during a pandemic is terrifying'
Carly was already a high-risk pregnancy. Now, she fears the toll of Covid-19 on hospitals could put her more at risk.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Scotland medical chief resigns over lockdown trip
Scotland's chief medical officer quits after visiting her second home despite the lockdown rules.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: Pastor who decried 'hysteria' dies after attending Mardi Gras
A preacher who said coronavirus was overhyped has died after catching the virus at Mardi Gras.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: India holds lights-off vigil as Modi calls for unity
PM Narendra Modi urges Indians to "challenge the darkness", but critics dismiss the vigil as a stunt.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Tiger at US zoo tests positive for coronavirus
Four tigers and three lions at the Bronx Zoo developed a dry cough - they are expected to recover.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Duffy: Singer was ‘drugged for four weeks, raped and taken abroad'
The singer says she was drugged and held for four weeks.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

UK PM admitted to hospital over virus symptoms
Boris Johnson admitted to hospital for tests, 10 days after testing positive for coronavirus.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: Queen tells UK 'we will succeed' in fight
In a rare address, the monarch says the UK "should take comfort that while we may have more still to endure, better days will return".

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: Man rescued from Pyrenees fined for lockdown breach
The man was trying to walk from France to Spain to buy cheap cigarettes, reports say.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

New York coronavirus cases 'dropping for first time'
New infections and deaths are down in New York, but officials say the danger for Americans is still high.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

New York new coronavirus cases 'dropping for first time'
New infections and deaths are down in New York, but officials say the danger for Americans is still high.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

New Orleans great Dempsey dies of coronavirus, aged 73
NFL great Tom Dempsey - who held the record for the longest field goal for 43 years - dies aged 73 after contracting coronavirus.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

The Queen's coronavirus address: 'We will meet again'
The sovereign promises "better days will return" in her address to the naion during the coronavirus pandemic.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

F1 in very fragile state, says McLaren boss
Formula 1 is "in a very fragile state" as a result of the coronavirus crisis and needs big changes to survive, McLaren boss Zak Brown says.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

F1 needs big changes to survive, says McLaren boss
Formula 1 is "in a very fragile state" as a result of the coronavirus crisis and needs big changes to survive, McLaren boss Zak Brown says.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

The Queen gives special address during pandemic
Live BBC News coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, as Her Majesty the Queen gives an address to the nation.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Pulev pledges half of Joshua purse to coronavirus fight
Kubrat Pulev pledges half of his purse - an estimated £2m - from his title fight against Anthony Joshua to help the battle against coronavirus.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Champions League & Europa League could be abandoned, says Uefa president
The Champions League and Europa League could be abandoned if coronavirus restrictions remain in place into September, according to Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Pope Francis marks Holy Week in near-empty basilica
A small number of worshippers attended the mass, while observing social distancing.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: Nigerian actress Funke Akindele under fire for Lagos party amid lockdown
Funke Akindele recently appeared in a public health video to raise awareness about coronavirus.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Manchester City's Walker faces lockdown breach investigation
Kyle Walker faces disciplinary action from Manchester City after reportedly breaking lockdown rules by hosting a party involving two sex workers.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: The four other times the Queen has addressed the nation
The Queen's televised address to the nation on Sunday in response to the coronavirus crisis is only the fifth time the monarch has made such a speech in her 68-year reign.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: The four times the Queen has addressed the nation before
The Queen's televised address to the nation on Sunday in response to the coronavirus crisis is only the fifth time the monarch has made such a speech in her 68-year reign.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Wang Quanzhang: China releases jailed human rights lawyer
Wang Quanzhang, who was imprisoned for subversion, is freed but not allowed to see his family.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: Second Greek migrant facility quarantined
The facility is under "full sanitary lockdown" after a resident tested positive for Coronavirus.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Premier League: What is your top-flight club doing to plug the coronavirus cashflow gap?
A round-up of what each Premier League club is doing to tackle the cashflow gap caused by coronavirus.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Right thing for England players to help - Wood
Fast bowler Mark Wood says it was the "right thing" for England players to make a £500,000 donation to the ECB and selected good causes.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

A title and thrillers - Shearer's Match of Their Day classics
Former Newcastle striker and BBC Sport pundit Alan Shearer picks three classic games for Match of Their Day.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Five shot dead in Russia for 'talking loudly'
Police say the shooter opened fire on a group of people gathered outside his house.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Tokyo 2020: How has postponement because of coronavirus pandemic affected your plans?
Super-fan or trip of a lifetime? Tell us how the Tokyo 2020 Olympics postponement has affected your plans.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: Non Stanford and Aaron Royle on life in Sydney hotel quarantine
Triathlete Non Stanford is finding novel ways to squeeze every inch out the room where she must spend 14 days in quarantine.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Players left in 'no-win situation' over 'disgraceful' wage row - Rooney
Derby striker Wayne Rooney says the power struggle over how footballers use their wages to aid the coronavirus fight is "a disgrace".

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Wayne Rooney says players face a no-win situation in wage debate
Derby striker Wayne Rooney says the power struggle over how footballers use their wages to aid the coronavirus fight is "a disgrace".

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Somali outrage at rape of girls aged three and four
The two cousins were abducted as they walked home from school and now need major surgery.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: Malawi president takes 10% pay cut
Malawi was one of the last countries to record cases of coronavirus - the first were on Thursday.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: Australia launches criminal investigation into Ruby Princess
Passengers from the Ruby Princess disembarked in Sydney without knowing the coronavirus was on board.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Match of the Day: Top 10 podcast - Premier League goalkeepers
Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer and Ian Wright debate who is the greatest Premier League goalkeeper - and you can rank your top 10 too.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

BBC Sport's five things to do today
Our team give you something to read, watch, try, listen and take - all in one place.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Romans-sur-Isère: France launches terror probe after knife attack
A Sudanese refugee is in custody after shoppers were attacked in the town of Romans-sur-Isère.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus: Trump predicts ‘a lot of death' as cases pass 300,000
The US president predicts "a lot of death" but suggests easing social-distancing rules for Easter.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Why some UK health workers are wearing bin bags
One intensive care doctor describes the reality faced by some UK health workers on the front line.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

How a Rastafarian village gave Hollywood Peter Pan
A child actor from a small religious community in Antigua is bringing the timeless character to life.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Madam CJ Walker: 'An inspiration to us all'
How an African-American orphan and single mother founded a business empire - 114 years ago.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Coronavirus: Dealing with addiction while in lockdown
Support meetings for recovering addicts have been cancelled in the lockdown. Here's how one man is coping.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Plagues, zombies and vampires: How Hollywood handles deadly viruses
As online audiences flock to movies like Contagion, we explore how viruses are depicted on film.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Coronavirus: Sophie Raworth's deserted London
BBC presenter's photographs of deserted streets as she runs to work in central London.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Coronavirus: Scientists brand 5G claims 'complete rubbish'
Claims 5G harms immune systems or spreads the virus have been condemned by the scientific community.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Coronavirus: Why Dutch lockdown may be a high-risk strategy
As coronavirus spreads rapidly the Dutch official stance has been criticised as cold-hearted.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

UK's top footballers uneasy over pay cut plan
The Professional Footballers' Association warns that proposals for a 30% pay cut in the Premier League would be "detrimental to our NHS".

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Pixar pioneers behind Toy Story animation win "Nobel Prize" of computing
The men who made films like Toy Story and Finding Nemo possible spoke to the BBC about winning the Turing Award.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Pixar pioneers behind Toy Story animation win 'Nobel Prize' of computing
The men who made Toy Story and Finding Nemo possible speak to the BBC about their Turing Award win.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Coronavirus: ‘I'm digging graves for people who are still living'
As local councils prepare for coronavirus deaths, a gravedigger in Cornwall has been asked by his local parish to dig extra graves.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Coronavirus: How a church sings when the choir can't meet
A church in London has found a way to create the musical experience of a service despite the coronavirus restrictions.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Coronavirus: Queen to urge 'self-discipline and resolve'
The Queen will also thank NHS workers in a speech to the nation on Sunday, Buckingham Palace says.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Learning how to make an igloo in the Antarctic
The BBC's Justin Rowlatt learnt to make an igloo while visiting Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Premier League pay cut proposal would harm NHS, says PFA
The Professional Footballers' Association warns that proposals for a 30% pay cut in the Premier League would be "detrimental to our NHS".

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Coronavirus: New York virus deaths surge past 3,500
The state sees another record daily increase in fatalities as its coronavirus outbreak worsens.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Coronavirus: 'We're on our knees' says nurse
A nurse posted a video to a Facebook group after a long and difficult shift in ICU amid the coronavirus pandemic.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Mast fire probe amid 5G coronavirus claims
There have been fires at masts in Birmingham, Liverpool and Melling in Merseyside.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

UK mast fire probe amid 5G coronavirus claims
There have been fires at masts in Birmingham, Liverpool and Melling in Merseyside.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Kobe Bryant: NBA great inducted into Naismith Hall of Fame
Kobe Bryant, who died in January, will be posthumously inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Keir Starmer elected new UK Labour leader
The 57-year old MP wins a decisive victory over two rivals and vows to lead party "into new era".

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Premier League 'faces £762m penalty' if season voided
The Premier League faces a £762m financial penalty if the season does not resume, players have been told.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Coronavirus: Five-year-old among latest UK victims
A child with underlying health conditions is among 708 people whose deaths were reported in the past day.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Virtual Grand National 2020: Potters Corner wins televised race
A televised computer-animated version of the Grand National, cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic, is won by 18-1 shot Potters Corner.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Kenny replaces McCarthy as Republic of Ireland boss
Stephen Kenny replaces Mick McCarthy as Republic of Ireland manager with immediate effect after the Euro play-offs were indefinitely postponed.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Justin Langer: Australia coach sees value in behind-closed-doors games
Australia coach Justin Langer supports the idea of playing cricket behind closed doors when safe to do so as it will have "great value" to the public.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Coronavirus: Spain 'close to passing peak' as deaths fall again
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has extended lockdown measures in the country until 25 April.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Liverpool furlough some non-playing staff
Liverpool place some of their staff on furlough, in response to the ongoing suspension of Premier League because of the coronavirus crisis.

BBC News Front Page | World
Apr 04, 2020

Romans-sur-Isère: Two killed and others wounded in France knife attack
Police arrested a suspect after the attack in the south-eastern town of Romans-sur-Isère.

  • CEOExpress
  • 1 Boston Place | Suite 2600
    Boston MA 02108
  • 617 482 1200
    617 299 8649 (fax)
  • Contact
  • As an Amazon Associate
    CEOExpress earns from
    qualifying purchases.

©1999-2020 CEOExpress Company LLC