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Prince Philip: Royal Family remember duke's lifetime of service - The Duke of Edinburgh's children walked behind his coffin as part of the funeral procession.

Covid-19 deaths pass three million worldwide - It comes as the World Health Organization warns of deaths and cases increasing at a "worrying rate".

Helen McCrory: Stars pay tribute to Peaky Blinders actress - Cillian Murphy, JK Rowling and Sir Sam Mendes lead tributes to the "fearless and magnificent" actress.

On the front line in eastern Ukraine - The BBC's Jonah Fisher reports from the front line between soldiers and separatists.

Biden backtracks on keeping Trump cap on refugees - A refugee organisation says the White House's explanation of the order is "completely false".

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Google's FLoC flies into headwinds as internet ad industry braces for instability - Reinventing web advertising tech at a time of heightened privacy concern proves difficult Analysis With Google testing its FLoC ad technology in preparation for the planned elimination of third-party cookies next year, uncertainty about potential problems and growing legal support for privacy is shaking up the digital ad industry.…

Elon Musk's SpaceX bags $3bn NASA contract to, fingers crossed, land first woman on the Moon - And the 13th guy NASA today announced the next US lunar mission will use SpaceX's HLS Starship to put American astronauts on the Moon's surface.…

Pentagon confirms footage of three strange craft taken by the Navy are UFOs (no, that doesn't mean they're aliens) - Unless by aliens you mean Russians Photos and videos taken by US Navy officers of strange-shaped aircraft streaming across our skies a couple of years ago have been officially labelled as unidentified flying objects by Uncle Sam.…

Ex IBM sales manager, fired after battling discrimination against subordinates, wins $11m lawsuit - Big Blue, insisting it doesn't condone retaliation or discrimination, may appeal On Thursday, a federal jury in Seattle, Washington, found that former IBM sales manager Scott Kingston had been unlawfully fired by the company and denied sales commission after challenging the treatment of subordinates as racially biased. And it awarded him $11.1m.…

Docker Desktop for Apple Silicon is here, but probe a little deeper and you'll find Rosetta 2 staring back - Prepare yourself for an onslaught of 'you're holding the container wrong' Docker Desktop for Apple Silicon has been released, although it's not quite the seamless conversion some may expect.…