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Professor Tipu Aziz and his team have inserted electrodes into 2,000 patients' brains. [Read More]
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Cyngor Ceredigion yn cydnabod bod "anhawster recriwtio", wrth i ddirprwy bennaeth Ysgol Penweddig gymryd yr awenau dros dro. [Read More]
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Ysgrifennydd Iechyd Cymru'n cyhoeddi £30m yn ychwanegol i daclo rhestrau aros, ond rhaid i'r byrddau iechyd gyrraedd y nod er mwyn cael yr arian yn... [Read More]
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The NAO criticised the cancelling of some projects, despite almost £586m already being spent on them. [Read More]
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Illegal metal detectorists are targeting sections of the wall in their search for ancient artefacts. [Read More]
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Your morning briefing for Wednesday 20 June 2018. [Read More]
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One of the nation's greatest golfers, he won numerous accolades including five Open Championships. [Read More]
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They've done it again - Japan fans amuse and impress by cleaning up after their team's opening match at the World Cup. [Read More]
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Jeremy Fleming says the agency has helped foil at least four European terror plots in the past year. [Read More]
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With Russia virtually in the World Cup second round, thousands of people partied through the night. [Read More]
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Foundling Paul Fronczak was given to a family whose baby had been stolen - but was he really their son? [Read More]
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The country is the first in the G7 group of nations to legalise the drug's recreational use. [Read More]
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President Trump meets with lawmakers as outcry grows over the separation of migrant families. [Read More]
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Maurice Abbey Bey is a former user who spent every cent he had on drugs, but what would he do with $100 now? [Read More]
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The Anchorman star will find plenty of comic potential in the spectacular song contest. [Read More]
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David Tennant to play father of nine-year-old girl with severe learning disabilities in new comedy drama. [Read More]
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A machine faces humans in a live debate, in a "significant step" for artificial intelligence. [Read More]
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Tom Williams follows the ball from the butterfly hunter to where the owl sleeps. [Read More]
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A soggy pie and a pint may be common in England, but what happens in Russia at half-time? [Read More]
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The Tower of Empire stood 300ft tall and could be seen from 100 miles away. [Read More]
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