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Mosul offensive: Concern grows for civilian safety - BBC News

In Iraqi government forces are intensifying their efforts to drive so-called Islamic State out of western Mosul. They're deploying helicopter...

East Timor: 'Stolen child' reunites with family after 32 years - BBC News

They became known as East Timor's stolen generation - around 4,000 children taken from their families in the 1980s and 1990s during Indonesia's...

Yogi Adityanath: Priest & politician leading India's most populous state - BBC News

In India, the prime minister, Narendra Modi, won a huge victory this month in the Uttar Pradesh election. Uttar Pradesh is the most populous state...

Yemen: Emad was 4 years old when a missile landed on his house.- BBC News

He lost both of his legs and is suffering psychologically from the effects of an ongoing war. Aden, where Emad lives, has witnessed some of the...

Surviving Mosul: Residents who've escaped the fighting - BBC News

Iraqi forces have launched a renewed attack against jihadists in Mosul's Old City. The United Nations has warned that four hundred thousand...

Navalny arrest: Russian press on opposition protests - BBC News

The BBC's Steve Rosenberg in Moscow assesses responses in the Russian press to the mass protests that sparked the arrest of opposition leader...

Russia protests: Crowds take to streets over corruption - BBC News

Russia's main opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, has been arrested at an anti-corruption protest he organised in the capital, Moscow. Thousands of...

Harrison Ford: 'I'm the schmuck that landed on the taxiway' - BBC News

A recording has emerged of Harrison Ford explaining to air traffic control why he flew directly over a waiting passenger jet and landed on a...

EU not in "hostile mood" on Brexit says Juncker - BBC News

With the UK about to trigger the process for leaving the EU, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has been talking to the BBC's Europe...

Lebanon: Pimps, prostitutes and refugees (BBC Pop Up) - BBC News

Lebanon has long been known for being the sex tourism capital of the Middle East. For years people from around the region have flocked to its...

Retracing route of London terror attacker - BBC News

Three people died and at least 40 were injured when an attacker drove a car along a pavement in Westminster, London - he then stabbed a policeman...

London Terror Attack: What witnesses saw - BBC News

Witnesses describe how the attack near the Houses of Parliament unfolded. Politicians, journalists, tourists and members of the public became...

Mosul offensive: On the road to the 'caliphate' mosque - BBC News

Hundreds of civilians remain trapped in the west of the Iraqi city of Mosul, as government forces battle so-called Islamic State militants. BBC...

Crimea: Three years after annexation - BBC News

It is three years since Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine. The BBC's Steve Rosenberg talks to people living there about life under...

Islam is the world's fastest growing religion - BBC News

Islam could overtake Christianity as the world's biggest religion by 2070 according to the US-based Pew Research Center. Please subscribe HERE...

"He was holding soldier by neck" - eyewitnesses to Paris-Orly attack - BBC News

Eyewitnesses speak about the Paris-Orly airport attack where a man was shot dead after he tried to grab a soldier's gun. The man, named as "Ziyed...

Moment BBC crew caught up in Mount Etna volcano eruption - BBC News

A BBC team and a number of tourists have suffered minor injuries when Mount Etna in Sicily erupted. Lava flow mixed with steam had caused a huge...

IS conflict: Raqqa residents flee looming battle - BBC News

On the sixth anniversary of the start of the uprising in Syria, much attention is focused on the city of Raqqa, the de-facto capital of the...

The dogs trained to spot cancer- BBC News

Trials in the UK are currently assessing if dogs could be used to detect prostate cancer at an early stage. One study shows that specially trained...

Prof Robert Kelly and the interrupted interview - take 2 - BBC News

Prof Robert E Kelly has returned to BBC News to talk about his unexpected viral fame last week, when his children crashed his live TV interview to...

Brexit bill: Parliament clears way for talks with EU - BBC News

Parliament has passed the Brexit bill, paving the way for the government to trigger Article 50 so the UK can leave the European Union. Peers backed...

Mosul battle: Hundreds of thousands caught in urban warfare - BBC News

Islamic State fighters inside Mosul are now trapped, they can't escape and they won't survive. That's what the US official in-charge of...

South Sudan famine worstens with ongoing conflict - BBC News

Famine in South Sudan has already been declared in one state. The country has suffered from a brutal 3-year civil war. It's uprooted some 3 million...

Somalia famine: Cholera outbreak - BBC News

As drought and famine continue to wreak havoc across Somalia, cholera is also beginning to spread in parts of the country. The BBC's Andrew Harding...

Theresa May: SNP 'tunnel vision' over independence 'deeply regrettable' - BBC News

Theresa May has accused the SNP of having "tunnel vision" after Nicola Sturgeon said she will ask for a second referendum on Scottish independence....

Mosul battle: Hundreds of thousands caught in urban warfare - BBC News

Islamic State fighters inside Mosul are now trapped, they can't escape and they won't survive. That's what the US official in-charge of...

Turkey and the Netherlands: Why the falling out? BBC News

A look at how tensions between the two countries unfolded. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog World In Pictures...

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