'They stole my son from me'

'They stole my son from me'

In Spain, hundreds of mothers are looking for a son or a daughter. They believe their child was stolen at birth and then given or sold.
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'No crackdown on journalists in Turkey'

'No crackdown on journalists in Turkey'

No-one has been convicted for what they have written or done as journalists, says Gulnur Aybet.
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Twerk moment mars Ballon d'Or win

Twerk moment mars Ballon d'Or win

Ada Hegerberg had just won football's biggest award when host, DJ Martin Solveig, sparked controversy.
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'One of a kind' tomb found in Egypt

'One of a kind' tomb found in Egypt

The tomb, filled with hieroglyphs and statues, has been untouched for 4,440 years.
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Mo Salah: I want AFOTY hat-trick next year

Mo Salah: I want AFOTY hat-trick next year

Egypt and Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has won the 2018 BBC African Footballer of the Year award.
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Nigeria's e-waste entrepreneur

Nigeria's e-waste entrepreneur

Ifeanyi Ochonogor gets rid of electronic waste containing hazardous materials that are harmful to the environment.
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'It completely blew my mind'

'It completely blew my mind'

Seun Kuti says if he won a Grammy it would be an excuse to party.
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Combat in the classroom

Combat in the classroom

A surge of patriotism in Poland has resulted in increased demand for military classes in high schools. The BBC joined one student, Doris for field training and combat lessons.
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Meet the teenager studying combat at school

Meet the teenager studying combat at school

A surge of patriotism in Poland has resulted in increased demand for military classes in high schools. The BBC joined one student, Doris for field training and combat lessons.
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Yellow Vests: A symbol of protest in Europe?

Yellow Vests: A symbol of protest in Europe?

The clothing has been used in demonstrations on a wide variety of subjects, in countries across Europe. But what's behind the vest, and what's its future?
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'Every day I go to work and pray I'm safe'

'Every day I go to work and pray I'm safe'

Hotel room cleaners have long battled sexual harassment by guests. Now they are hitting back.
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Yemen crisis: The battle for Hudaydah

Yemen crisis: The battle for Hudaydah

Yemen's civil war is approaching a pivotal moment, but the UN warns that the humanitarian crisis could be about to get much worse.
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'I am not a people smuggler'

'I am not a people smuggler'

A Syrian refugee who saved 18 people has been released from a Greek prison, after being accused of people trafficking.
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Bickering leaders spar over 'Trump shutdown'

Bickering leaders spar over 'Trump shutdown'

The president and Democratic leaders clash over border wall funding in a feisty Oval Office meeting.
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The teenage poet tackling HIV through verse

The teenage poet tackling HIV through verse

Kenyan teen poet Meshack use rhyme to educate people on the dangers of diseases like HIV and polio.
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Lessons in hope from an Ebola survivor

Lessons in hope from an Ebola survivor

Five years ago, Daniel lost everything to Ebola. Now he's training to become a doctor.
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Oil thieves cause spill in Brazil bay

Oil thieves cause spill in Brazil bay

Thieves caused at least 60,000 litres of oil to spill into Rio de Janeiro's Guanabara Bay.
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'Entering the ring, I become Cindi Gold'

'Entering the ring, I become Cindi Gold'

One of the few black women on the African pro-wrestling scene says she's carving a path for others.
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Love Islanders' GBPGBPGBP tips for Instagram

Love Islanders' GBPGBPGBP tips for Instagram

Each paid post is making stars like Paul Knops and Jamie Jewitt hundreds of pounds - but how?
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The blind veteran boxer

The blind veteran boxer

Blinded by war, boxing through PTSD, Paul Jacobs hopes to become a champion.
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From near-death to boxing champion

From near-death to boxing champion

At 15 years old Richard Riakporhe was stabbed and nearly died. Now he's a boxing title holder.
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Police find body in search for Grace Millane

Police find body in search for Grace Millane

New Zealand Police investigating the murder of a British backpacker confirm the discovery of a body.
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Do Americans facing hardship blame Trump?

Do Americans facing hardship blame Trump?

The US president made protecting American jobs a central plank of his election campaign. How is he doing?
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Flooding and snow as storm hits California

Flooding and snow as storm hits California

The state is still recovering from devastating wildfire which killed dozens of people last month.
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The female superbiker 'killing it'

The female superbiker 'killing it'

Lolu Tenabe is one of the only female superbike riders in Nigeria.
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The graves and ghosts haunting Spain

The graves and ghosts haunting Spain

The country's current socialist government has promised to remove the body of fascist dictator General Franco from its mausoleum.
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Could Yemen's war end at a Swedish castle?

Could Yemen's war end at a Swedish castle?

The UN says Yemen is on the brink of the world's worst famine in 100 years if the war continues.
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'Coloured wedding dresses are a trend'

'Coloured wedding dresses are a trend'

Abandoning white gowns means women can wear them more than once, says Kenyan designer Ogake Mosomi.
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'I was actually sleeping... it's rape'

'I was actually sleeping... it's rape'

An "alarming" proportion of adults in Great Britain remain confused about what constitutes rape, campaigners say.
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Legacy, laughter and awkward handshakes

Legacy, laughter and awkward handshakes

The highlights from an emotional state funeral remembering former President George HW Bush.
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Lifeline helps a 92-year-old see her husband

Lifeline helps a 92-year-old see her husband

There are no buses in this Yorkshire town but locals are finding their own way to get around.
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The Tanzanian viral video maker

The Tanzanian viral video maker

Timoth Conrad is a self-taught filmmaker who wants to be Tanzania's first Hollywood director.
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Is Delhi's air causing lung cancer?

Is Delhi's air causing lung cancer?

Lung cancer in the Indian capital rose by 50% between 1988 and 2012.
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When Ballon d'Or got awkward

When Ballon d'Or got awkward

Lyon and Norway forward Ada Hegerberg had just won football's most prestigious award when the presenter asked her to twerk.
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Trump salutes President Bush's casket

Trump salutes President Bush's casket

President Donald Trump visited former president George HW Bush's coffin lying in state at the US Capitol ahead of a state funeral on Wednesday.
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George W Bush holds back his emotions

George W Bush holds back his emotions

The funeral of his father, President George HW Bush, began with an emotional ceremony at the US Capitol.
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Are these robots the future of warfare?

Are these robots the future of warfare?

The Ministry of Defence is carrying out its biggest ever exercise using autonomous vehicles in battle scenarios.
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Convicted kidnapper 'deserves a fair trial'

Convicted kidnapper 'deserves a fair trial'

Jude Tebbutt believes the man convicted of kidnapping her and murdering her husband is innocent.
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Vox: Who are Spain's far-right party?

Vox: Who are Spain's far-right party?

A far-right party has won seats in a Spanish regional election for the first time in decades.
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MI6 boss on Salisbury Novichok poisoning

MI6 boss on Salisbury Novichok poisoning

The leader of the UK's MI6 intelligence service has warned Russia "not to underestimate our determination and our capabilities".
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City's Santa SUP raises money for charity

City's Santa SUP raises money for charity

About 100 people - and some pets - dressed in festive fancy dress for a trip through Cambridge.
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'I was called an eco-terrorist'

'I was called an eco-terrorist'

Almost 80% of Poland's electricity is generated by burning coal. Patryk Bialas says its high time that changed.
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Why my family is hiding out in a church

Why my family is hiding out in a church

A small Dutch church is holding round-the-clock services to protect a refugee family.
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Trump leaves Argentine leader in the lurch

Trump leaves Argentine leader in the lurch

The US president was expected to remain on stage for a G20 "family photo" but instead exited, stage left.
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Trump and Putin: Have they had their last tango?

Trump and Putin: Have they had their last tango?

Presidents Trump and Putin are at the G20 in Buenos Aires.
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The life of George Bush Senior

The life of George Bush Senior

From World War Two veteran to oil tycoon - the former US president has died aged 94.
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Blinded by war, boxing for a future

Blinded by war, boxing for a future

Blinded by war, boxing through PTSD, Paul Jacobs hopes to become a champion.
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Inside Iraq's secret shelters for women

Inside Iraq's secret shelters for women

The BBC's 100 Women has gained access Iraq's secret shelters for women, where survivors have learnt to live with threats.
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