Congresswomen hit back in Trump race row

Congresswomen hit back in Trump race row

Four congresswomen dismiss the US president's defence of his controversial tweets.
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Accident in Gulf could lead to war - Iran's Zarif

Accident in Gulf could lead to war - Iran's Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tells the BBC there is a chance of conflict in the Gulf.
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World's steepest street record bid: An uphill task

World's steepest street record bid: An uphill task

Ffordd Pen Llech has taken the record from a street in New Zealand with a gradient of more than 37%.
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Inside Iran: Iranians on Trump and the nuclear deal

Inside Iran: Iranians on Trump and the nuclear deal

As tensions rise between Iran, the United States and its allies, the BBC is given rare access to Iran.
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Bastille Day parade gets off to flying start

Bastille Day parade gets off to flying start

France's annual military parade, commemorating the storming of the Bastille prison, takes place in Paris.
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Kim Basinger joins dog meat protests

Kim Basinger joins dog meat protests

Rival demonstrations were held in Seoul over the consumption of dog meat, a traditional part of South Korean cuisine.
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Kenya's one - legged super biker

Kenya's one - legged super biker

Bill Kasanda: I lost my foot in October 2015 when I lost control of my bike and eventually realized I had lost my foot.
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Hunting for landmines

Hunting for landmines

Paola Sanchez is 24 years old and risks her life every day, finding and deactivating landmines after five decades of conflict in Colombia.
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'I clear landmines'

'I clear landmines'

Paola Sanchez is 24 years old and risks her life every day, finding and deactivating landmines after five decades of conflict in Colombia.
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Greek PM on lack of women in government

Greek PM on lack of women in government

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis says he wants to see more women take on roles in politics.
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WATCH: The 24-year-old woman hunting for landmines

WATCH: The 24-year-old woman hunting for landmines

Paola Sanchez is 24 years old and risks her life every day, finding and deactivating landmines after five decades of conflict in Colombia.
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US Coast Guard raids 'drugs submarine'

US Coast Guard raids 'drugs submarine'

A submarine suspected to be carrying drugs is seized by US Coast Guards in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.
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Migrant mother recalls toddler's death

Migrant mother recalls toddler's death

Yazmin Juarez gives an emotional testimony about her daughter's death after being held at US immigration detention centre.
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Violent storm leaves seven dead

Violent storm leaves seven dead

Seven people, including six tourists, have been killed in a violent storm that swept across a region of northern Greece.
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Nigeria v South Africa: Who will win?

Nigeria v South Africa: Who will win?

Fans in Lagos and Johannesburg give their predictions ahead of their Afcon quarter-final match.
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Six-year-old Yusra's new eye

Six-year-old Yusra's new eye

A six year old in war-torn Yemen who had an aggressive tumour in her eye has been fitted with a prosthetic eye in Jordan and is returning to home.
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Europeans 'are not honouring' nuclear deal - Iran

Europeans 'are not honouring' nuclear deal - Iran

Iran's representative to the UN says European leaders need to do more to help save the nuclear deal.
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US Women's football team bring their trophy home

US Women's football team bring their trophy home

The US beat 23 other teams to bring home the Women's World Cup trophy. Following controversy, team co-captains said they wouldn't visit Trump, but would meet other politicians.
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How Ross Perot helped lead to President Trump

How Ross Perot helped lead to President Trump

The billionaire businessman with a populist message created a blueprint for another political outsider.
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Vandals 'destroying' popular bike-sharing scheme

Vandals 'destroying' popular bike-sharing scheme

Nextbike says the Cardiff scheme is their most successful in the UK, but is being plagued by vandalism.
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A hundred years of spy gadgets

A hundred years of spy gadgets

GCHQ is 100 years old - here are some of their previously unseen gadgets, including 'secret dust'.
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Can India become a $5 trillion economy?

Can India become a $5 trillion economy?

India has unveiled an ambitious plan to transform itself into a $5 trillion economy over the next five years. For perspective, that would take the second most populous country in the world into third spot after the United States and China. But it...
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China, where are my children?

China, where are my children?

The BBC's John Sudworth meets Uighur parents in Turkey who say their children are missing in China.
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The forgotten dogs of Chernobyl

The forgotten dogs of Chernobyl

The offspring of abandoned pets in the nuclear exclusion zone are receiving veterinary help.
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Playing at Lord's cricket ground changed by life

Playing at Lord's cricket ground changed by life

From life on the streets to the world's most famous cricket ground
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Dressing up to celebrate Frida Kahlo

Dressing up to celebrate Frida Kahlo

People in Mexico celebrate the artist's birthday with a parade through Kahlo's home neighbourhood.
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Jodrell Bank gains Unesco World Heritage status

Jodrell Bank gains Unesco World Heritage status

Jodrell Bank Observatory has been made a Unesco World Heritage site. The site, famous for it's iconic Lovell Telescope, began scientific research in 1945 when Sir Bernard Lovell used radio waves, rather than visible light, to understand the unive...
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The body bag that saves lives

The body bag that saves lives

It's designed to help combat the Democratic Republic of Congo's Ebola outbreak - the second largest ever.
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Master of puppets keeping ancient art alive

Master of puppets keeping ancient art alive

Eighty-nine-year-old Chen Hsi-huang is one of the few traditional puppet masters left in Taiwan - and is on a mission to keep his craft going.
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Hong Kong police and protesters clash

Hong Kong police and protesters clash

BBC China correspondent Robin Brant reports from Hong Kong amid another day of protests.
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The South Korean trying to make it in Indian cricket

The South Korean trying to make it in Indian cricket

Tae Kwan Park travelled to India with hopes of sharpening his cricket skills.
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Teaching Palestinians to talk about sex

Teaching Palestinians to talk about sex

Safa Tamish teaches Palestinians to talk about sex, a topic often seen as taboo in the Arab world.
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'Breast cancer was my enemy within'

'Breast cancer was my enemy within'

One of the "Pink Ladies" who took part in a mass tractor parade through Norfolk tells us her story.
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Donating wheelchairs: What a Wheelie Good Idea

Donating wheelchairs: What a Wheelie Good Idea

Clynfyw Care Farm also sends donated walking sticks and Zimmer frames to Syria and Africa
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Chinese ambassador denies separation campaign

Chinese ambassador denies separation campaign

Liu Xiaoming says there is "no separation of children from their parents" in China's Xinjiang region.
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When the Queen met Olive...the duck

When the Queen met Olive...the duck

The Queen visited a city farm in Edinburgh where a mischievous duck tagged along
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Two women, one big conversation

Two women, one big conversation

Winona and Priya were so frustrated by how race was ignored in the classroom that they wrote a textbook.
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Heavy rains in Japan cause landslides and floods

Heavy rains in Japan cause landslides and floods

Landslides in Kyushu have have killed two people.
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'Skin care helps me deal with anxiety'

'Skin care helps me deal with anxiety'

Jess uses skin care routines to help her battle depression and anxiety.
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The VR app aiming to tackle dementia stigma

The VR app aiming to tackle dementia stigma

Virtual reality app aims to improve the quality of life and care for Africans living with dementia.
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California earthquake hits homes and businesses

California earthquake hits homes and businesses

Southern parts of the state were struck by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake, the largest to hit the region in two decades on Thursday.
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Trump leads Salute to America celebration

Trump leads Salute to America celebration

President Donald Trump has hailed the "brave men and women" of the US military at 4 July celebration.
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Meet the vet who sings opera to cows

Meet the vet who sings opera to cows

Singing Italian vet Alfonso performs opera to the animals he is treating and says it helps calm them.
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'I left my job to pursue my dance dream'

'I left my job to pursue my dance dream'

Zimbabwean Chengetayi ditched the corporate world and now pursues her love of dancing full time.
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'If Korea can have a military parade, why can't we?'

'If Korea can have a military parade, why can't we?'

The annual 4 July celebrations will be a bit different this year. What do Americans make of it?
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Jim Beam warehouse fire destroys bourbon

Jim Beam warehouse fire destroys bourbon

Fire authorities say it might have been caused by a lightning strike.
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Outliers: Babies Behind Bars in Mexico

Outliers: Babies Behind Bars in Mexico

Babies are born in prison all over the world, but in Mexico a pioneering project is putting the focus back on the children, attempting to make their lives as normal as possible.
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Doping of East German athletes 'tore lives apart'

Doping of East German athletes 'tore lives apart'

Former sprinter Ines Geipel explains how she and others suffered under the doping programme.
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