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When you drop your drugs... in court - BBC News

An arrest warrant's out for a man who dropped a bag of drugs during a court appearance in Ohio. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog...

Biden: "If she's drunk, it's rape" - BBC News

Former US Vice-President Joe Biden has told students that if a woman is "dead drunk", having sex with her is rape. He was speaking at an event on...

Terror arrest near Houses of Parliament - BBC News

A man carrying knives near the Houses of Parliament has been wrestled to the ground by armed police and arrested on suspicion of terrorism...

Newlyweds at war over Trump's 100 days - BBC News

Gretchen and Tom just got married - but the couple are deeply divided when it comes to politics. She backed Clinton and he voted for Trump. So how...

Can you guess the Tories' slogan? BBC News

Theresa May repeatedly hammered the campaign slogan of a "strong and stable" leadership at Prime Minister's Questions on Wednesday. Please...

London: Arrest after incident in Whitehall - BBC News

A man has been arrested by armed officers after an incident in Whitehall, near Parliament, police have said. A witness described seeing two knives...

Meet Russia's Arctic Brigade - BBC News

Moscow has accused Nato of a military build-up in the Arctic close to Russia’s borders. Steve Rosenberg is the first British journalist to be given...

Boris Johnson: 'Hard to say no to joining US action in Syria' - BBC News

Boris Johnson says it would be very difficult for the UK to refuse the US if it asked for support in another military strike on Syria. The foreign...

Guernica: What inspired Pablo Picasso's masterpiece? BBC News

What inspired Pablo Picasso's Guernica - one of the most famous paintings in the world? Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog World In...

PMQs: May and Corbyn set out election 'choices' - BBC News

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn clashed over the "choice" facing voters in the final PMQs before the general election. The PM claimed a win for...

Labour promises pay rises for NHS staff - BBC News

NHS staff will get higher pay and there will be no tuition fees for student nurses and midwives under a Labour government, the party is promising....

Organ trafficker: "I exploit people, that's what I do" BBC News

The Middle East is now considered the global hub for the trafficking of human organs according to aid agencies. The flow of refugees from Syria...

Turkey arrests 1,000 in raids targeting Gulen suspects - BBC News

Police have arrested 1,000 people suspected of being part of a movement blamed for the failed 2016 coup. Another 2,200 were being sought as...

US and South Korea hold live-fire drill - BBC News

The military exercise took place around 15 miles from the border with North Korea. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog World In Pictures...

Beer Yoga: Have you got the bottle to try it? BBC News

A new fitness craze from Germany, combining traditional yoga poses while drinking bottles of beer, is gaining popularity in Asia. Please subscribe...

Nazi leader's son: 'Don't trust us' Germans - BBC News

Germany could return to authoritarianism if the economic conditions were to seriously worsen in the country, the son of Hans Frank the governor...

Labour 'day one' pledge to EU nationals - BBC News

Labour says it would scrap Theresa May's Brexit plans and unilaterally guarantee the rights of EU residents before talks start, if it wins power....

Theresa May promises 'strong and stable leadership' - BBC News

Theresa May says she wants a mandate from every part of the UK when she goes into Brexit negotiations. The prime minister was speaking in South...

'I don't think gay sex is a sin' says Tim Farron - BBC News

Following repeated questions about his views, Lib Dem leader Tim Farron has told the BBC's Eleanor Garnier that he does not believe gay sex is a...

Groans at Ivanka at G20 women's summit - BBC News

Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka was met with groans as she defended her father's attitude towards women at the G20 women's summit in Berlin....

3 rock climbing legends remember Royal Robbins - BBC News

Royal Robbins, an American rock climber famous for his first ascents of some of Yosemite National Park’s biggest mountains, died last month after a...

Venezuela protest deaths rise to 24 - BBC News

In Venezuela two more protesters have been shot dead during rival demonstrations both for and against the government. So far 24 people have been...

Can plastic roads help save the planet? BBC News

Engineer Toby McCartney explains how his Scottish start-up MacRebur is persuading councils to use local waste plastic to build roads. Two English...

Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales creates news service Wikitribune - BBC News

Fake news has dominated the headlines, fuelling the debate about the future of the media and the role of social networks. Tech giants are...

Syria refugee children 'bitten by rats' in camps - BBC News

Syrian refugees in Lebanon tell us their camps are infested with rats, attracted by bags of waste that are rarely collected. Agencies working in...

Bend It Like Granny - BBC News

Nanammal is 98 years old and an expert yoga instructor from the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. But it's not just her - her entire family are...

'Football has saved my life' - BBC News

On James Casling's fifteenth birthday, his father killed himself. James tried to take his own life on multiple occasions in the following years. It...

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