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What's at stake in the EU elections - BBC News

Europe is preparing for a key test of democracy with elections to the European parliament later this week. But despite this being one big election for one ...

Robert F. Smith: US billionaire clears 400 student loans - BBC News

Robert F Smith, a technology investor and one of America's most prominent black philanthropists, was giving an address at Morehouse College, a historically ...

MTV star 'felt pressured to have sex on screen' - BBC News

Stars of an MTV reality show felt under pressure from producers to have "lots" of sex on screen, Victoria Derbyshire programme has been told. Ex On The ...

India election 2019: Can you only win votes with bad economics? - BBC News

India's political parties have made many big promises in this election season - and most of them have focused on the economy. The country has enjoyed fast ...

River Stories: Cauvery river - BBC News

Cauvery river in south India has been at the centre of a long running water sharing dispute between two states Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. The Cauvery ...

Raving in Palestine - BBC News

Our World spent the New Year party season in Ramallah, Bethlehem and Haifa documenting the personal views of young Palestinians on the Israeli occupation, ...

Giant teddy 'breaks world record'- BBC News

Residents of the Mexican town of Xonacatlán have entered the Guinness Book of World Records with a massive teddy bear. The gigantic stuffed toy is said to be ...

Brexit talks between Labour and the Conservatives end without agreement - BBC News

Jeremy Corbyn says talks with the government to find a compromise over Brexit "have gone as far as they can". In a letter to the PM, the Labour leader said the ...

'I want to teach, not wash dishes abroad' - BBC News

Nanita Sohel is a first-time voter in India's northern state of Punjab. In the last phase of the general election on 19 May, she says she will vote for the party that ...

Europe: The Big Vote - BBC News

The European elections 2019 - the elections we were told we'd never have, the elections the government doesn't want. We were supposed to have left the EU ...

Why are the US and Iran falling out now? - BBC News

What's behind the rising tensions between the US and Iran? US President Donald Trump has always hated the Iran nuclear deal. Now Iran is threatening to stop ...

European elections: Why is the UK taking part? - BBC News

The UK will go to the polls for the European elections on Thursday 23 May. So what might happen, and what could the final result mean for Brexit? Our political ...

A journey across land and sea to reach 44 voters - BBC News

Around 20 officials from Indian's election commission brought voting machines to the island of Ajad Tapu, off the coast of Gujarat. The journey involved a boat ...

Inside the school for transgender children - BBC News

A school believed to be the first in the world predominantly for transgender children and their siblings opened in Chile last year. It is named after the Mexican ...

Voting for water in a drought-hit state - BBC News

Yashoda Zole, who lives in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, says her vote is going to be determined by one thing only - and that is accessibility of water.

The Rise of the Right: Populism in Estonia - BBC News

A new wave of far-right politics is sweeping across Europe, promising to smash the ruling elite, end migration and shake-up the EU. But are these parties fuelling ...

Mariana Trench: Record-breaking journey to the bottom of the ocean - BBC News

An American explorer has descended nearly 11km (seven miles) to the deepest place in the ocean - the Mariana Trench in the Pacific. Victor Vescovo spent four ...

India: The former child worker who wants a fair wage - BBC News

Theiyvanai started working in the textile industry in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu when she was still a child. Now old enough to vote for the first time, ...

The Iraqi Orphan: the reunion - BBC News

Amar was brought to the UK from Iraq three decades ago, an orphaned child with terrible burns from a napalm attack by Saddam Hussein's forces. His cause ...

The Iraqi Orphan - BBC News

For a short time in the early 1990s, Amar Kanim was famous. His scarred face and desperate story featured on newspaper front pages around the world. He was ...

The Iraqi Orphan: reunited with his Mother - BBC News

Amar was brought to the UK from Iraq three decades ago, an orphaned child with terrible burns from a napalm attack by Saddam Hussein's forces. His cause ...

The Iraqi Orphan: Going back - BBC News

Three decades after that terrified little boy arrived at Heathrow gripping Emma Nicholson's hand, Amar strides through the same airport, heading back to ...

The Iraqi Orphan: The Family - BBC News

Amar was brought to the UK from Iraq three decades ago, an orphaned child with terrible burns from a napalm attack by Saddam Hussein's forces. His cause ...

The Iraqi Orphan: A napalm attack - BBC News

Amar was brought to the UK from Iraq three decades ago, an orphaned child with terrible burns from a napalm attack by Saddam Hussein's forces. His cause ...

The Iraqi Orphan: 30 lost years : Season 1

Australia election: Fines, donkey votes and democracy sausages - BBC News

More than 90% of eligible Australians are expected to vote in the election on 18 May - because it's one of the few countries to have compulsory voting.

How to reduce your carbon footprint when you fly - BBC News

Travelling by plane has never been more popular, with four billion passengers flying every year. But aviation emissions contribute to climate change, and ...

Star wears bin bags to the Baftas - BBC News

This Country writer and actress Daisy May Cooper took to the Bafta TV Awards red carpet wearing a dress made from bin bags and rubbish, made by her mother ...

Stranded baby elephant rescued from lake - BBC News

An elephant calf has been rescued from a lake in north-east India, after it became separated from its mother. The baby elephant became stranded in the Deepor ...

Could desalination help prevent water wars in the Middle East? - BBC News

In the Middle East it's long been feared that increasing competition over shared natural supplies of fresh water – because of growing populations and climate ...

Petrol bombs thrown at Albania PM's office - BBC News

Thousands of Albanians have been protesting against Prime Minister Edi Rama, with some throwing petrol bombs at his office. For the last three months, there ...

'Adverts don't show how traumatic cancer is' - BBC News

A group of cancer patients have launched a hard-hitting photographic campaign in response to “pink and fluffy” adverts by some cancer charities which they say ...

Russia's President Putin falls on ice after hockey match - BBC News

Russian President Vladimir Putin was in the midst of a victory lap after a hockey match when he tripped and fell. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog.

Ben Shapiro: US commentator clashes with BBC's Andrew Neil - BBC News

He has more than 2 million followers on Twitter, 600000 YouTube subscribers and his videos on the Daily Wire channel rack up millions of views. Ben Shapiro is ...

Why abused black men are staying silent? - BBC News

Male survivors of childhood sexual abuse within the black community are being let down by government according to a parliamentary report. BBC reporter Ben ...

What do Russians think of Stalin? - BBC News

Under Vladimir Putin, Russia's Victory Day has grown into a major public celebration - and today, once again, tanks will roll across Red Square. The renewed ...

The Rivers of India: Godavari river - BBC News

Each year more than 300 million people in India have to battle severe water shortages. Many farmers in India have found themselves overwhelmed by debt Over ...

India's security guards take on 'watchman Narendra Modi' - BBC News

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called himself the "watchman" of the nation, as part of an election campaign on securing India's borders. We asked real ...

Royal baby: Duke and Duchess of Sussex name son Archie - BBC News

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have named their newborn son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. Introducing him to the cameras earlier in the day, ...

Massive dust storm engulfs Australian city - BBC News

A huge dust cloud has swept across the city of Mildura in Australia. On Tuesday, wind gusts reached speeds of up to 87km/h (54mph). Please subscribe HERE ...

Dancing Afghan amputee boy goes viral - BBC News

Video of a five-year-old Afghan amputee which shows him joyously dancing after being fitted with a new leg has been widely shared online. Ahmad was caught ...

Royal baby: Duke and Duchess of Sussex share first glimpse of son - BBC News

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shared the first glimpse of their newborn son. Introducing the child, who was wrapped in a white shawl, Meghan said: ...

From surviving an earthquake to meeting your hero - BBC News

Man City fan Rizky survived last year's Indonesian earthquake which killed almost 2000 people. He was watching his favourite English football team, ...

Sri Lanka president: IS 'chose Sri Lanka to show they exist' - BBC News

Sri Lanka President Maithripala Sirisena has told the BBC that he believes the Islamic State (IS) group chose to mount attacks in his country to show they still ...

The Rise of the Right: Populism in Germany - BBC News

A new wave of far-right politics is sweeping across Europe, promising to smash the ruling elite, end migration and shake-up the EU. But are these parties fuelling ...

My Indian Life: Election special - BBC News

Schools, jobs, women's rights: being young and Indian during the 2019 elections. Recorded at the Cuckoo Club in Mumbai, first time voters talk to Kalki about ...

A pearl as you've never seen it before - BBC News

The Giga Pearl weighs 27kg (60lbs) and insurers say it is worth up to $200m. But its owner is in no rush to sell it, for very personal reasons. Video by Dan Lytwyn ...

Royal baby: How Meghan kept working through pregnancy - BBC News

Meghan continued carrying out her royal responsibilities as the birth of her baby with Prince Harry was approaching. Much like the Duchess of Cambridge and ...

Prince Harry announces birth of baby boy - BBC News

The Duke of Sussex said he was "absolutely thrilled" with the birth of his first child – but is yet to announce a name. He said the Duchess of Sussex is also doing ...

Burning plane makes emergency landing- BBC News

Forty-one people died after a Russian plane made an emergency landing and burst into flames just after takeoff from Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport. Videos on ...