"Kyle Gordy" says he donates sperm to women who contact him online, as Facebook faces calls to ban unregulated donors on the site.
Some 317 students were taken, less than two weeks after 42 people, including 27 students, were abducted in a similar incident
Graduated licences were considered in 2019 but the assessment stopped because many youngsters needed to drive for employment.
One student was compensated after the university stopped clinical placements due to the pandemic.
Rishi Sunak is expected to outline more spending in his Budget as the economy looks to recover from the pandemic.
William Carter, 22, says having dyslexia made him into the person he is today.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is reported to be alarmed by the cost of the Downing Street renovations organised by Carrie Symonds.
The image of the mosque with the mountains in the background was the only painting completed by the prime minister during the war.
The government will give £2.8m towards a bid by England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland to host the 2030 World Cup.
Satellite readings reveal a space hurricane in Earth's upper atmosphere made of plasma and raining electrons instead of water.
The social media platform is also starting a strike system that "determines when further enforcement action is necessary".
On Sunday, police fired on crowds in several places, reportedly killing 18 people, on the bloodiest day since the 1 February coup.
A historian says there were 19 air raids on the city but those in the spring of 1942 caused extraordinary damage loss of life.
Figures show a rise in the number of diazepam and alprazolam tablets being bought illegally in the UK.
David Cameron tells a committee that the "focus was very much on influenza rather than on respiratory diseases".