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Igbo community in Liverpool: 'Like a home from home'

3 hours 40 min ago
Liverpool's Igbos are working to rebuild their community centre.

American Kurds take up Syria fight as Erdogan visits Trump

3 hours 50 min ago
The visit of the Turkish president to the White House has spurred Kurdish-American activists into action.

Why US tech giants are putting billions into housing

3 hours 51 min ago
The booming tech industry has pushed San Francisco house prices out of the reach of ordinary workers.

Genevieve Nnaji's rise from Nollywood to Netflix

3 hours 53 min ago
Her film's disqualification from the Oscars may well act as a springboard for future success.

Robyn Crawford opens up about Whitney Houston

3 hours 59 min ago
"It was love and it was open and it was honest," the star's former assistant tells the BBC.

How do you fight extreme wildfires?

4 hours 27 sec ago
They've devastated vast areas from Australia to Brazil. Here, two experts explain how to fight them.

Yellow vest protests: More than 100 arrested as violence returns to Paris

6 hours 36 min ago
Rioters clash with police, unleashing some of the worst violence Paris has seen in months.

Harrison Dillard: Former Olympic 100m and 110m hurdles champion dies aged 96

9 hours 48 min ago
Harrison Dillard, the men's 100m champion at the London 1948 Olympics, dies in Cleveland at the age of 96.

US election 2020: Obama issues warning to 'revolutionary' Democrats

10 hours 56 min ago
"The average American doesn't think we have to completely tear down the system," Mr Obama warns.

Czech anti-government protesters mark anniversary of revolution

11 hours 23 min ago
Czech police estimate that about 200,000 people were at the anti-government demonstration.

Prince Andrew interview: Jeffrey Epstein stay was 'wrong thing to do'

12 hours 16 min ago
The Duke of York says at the time he felt it was "honourable" to stay at the convicted sex offender's home.

Hong Kong protests: Chinese soldiers clean up streets

14 hours 18 min ago
Chinese soldiers in Hong Kong have left their barracks to help dismantle barricades built by protesters.

Heiress Tiffany Li found not guilty of murdering ex-boyfriend

14 hours 42 min ago
Tiffany Li's lawyer says the acquittal over her ex-boyfriend's death was not facilitated by her wealth.

Women's football: Spain's top players to strike this weekend

17 hours 25 min ago
Women footballers in Spain's top division will strike this weekend in a dispute over pay, with eight games set to be affected.

Iran petrol price hike: Protests erupt over surprise rationing

18 hours 58 min ago
People react after a surprise government announcement to ration fuel and increase its price.

Impeachment inquiry: Trump 'asked for probe in Ukraine with envoy'

22 hours 32 min ago
A US diplomatic aide says he overheard an envoy's phone call with the president in July.

Sri Lanka votes for president in shadow of Easter Sunday attack

Fri, 11/15/2019 - 8:33pm
Terror fears could see the defence chief who oversaw the defeat of Tamil rebels voted into power.

In pictures: Havana celebrates 500 years of foundation

Fri, 11/15/2019 - 8:26pm
As Cuba's capital celebrates 500 years, we explore the history behind some of its famous buildings.

Rodney Reed: Texas court halts execution in high-profile case

Fri, 11/15/2019 - 8:01pm
Rodney Reed had been set to die in days, but lawyers say new evidence proves he is innocent of murder.

Gilets Jaunes: Anger of yellow vests still grips France a year on

Fri, 11/15/2019 - 7:15pm
France has had a year of yellow vest (gilets jaunes) protests, but some of their energy has gone.

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