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Israeli ground troops are reported to have advanced into the heart of the southern Gazan city of Rafah.Journalists and witnesses there say Israeli tanks have seized control of a key roundabout in the centre of the city.The Israeli military has said it is investigating the possibility that weapons stored in a nearby compound caught fire after an Isr…
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Jasmine used in perfume by two major beauty companies was picked by children, the BBC can reveal.An investigation into last summer’s perfume supply chains found flowers picked in fields where we saw children working were ending up in the supply chains for global brands L’Oréal and Estée Lauder.All the luxury perfume brands claim to have zero tolera…
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Indian Administered Kashmir has seen its highest voter turnout in more than three decades. Elections are normally boycotted, seen as a way for the Indian government to legitimise control over the region. These are the first general elections since the Modi government took away Kashmir’s special status in 2019. Voting has become a way for many Kashm…
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Preparations are under way at major Channel crossing points for a new automated European Union (EU) border IT system due to start this October, despite fears of queue chaos for holidaymakers.Under the Entry Exit System (EES) non-EU nationals, including Brits, will have to register biometric information the first time they cross the border.This has …
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Papua New Guinea authorities say nearly 7,900 people living near the site of a deadly landslide are "at risk" as rock and debris continues to move down the hillside. An alert for potential evacuation has been put out, with a province official saying the mountain remains "very active". Rescuers say it is increasingly unlikely that victims will be fo…
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The UN Security Council will hold an emergency meeting later on Tuesday to discuss Israel's strike on the southern Gazan city of Rafah on Sunday. At least 45 people were killed, according to the Hamas-run health ministry, while hundreds more were treated for severe burns, fractures and shrapnel wounds.Israeli strikes in Rafah have continued despite…
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Russian forces say they have taken two more Ukrainian villages in the east of the country. Moscow's foreign ministry announced the capture of one village in the Kharkiv region and another one in Donetsk. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has urged Western leaders to pressure Russia into peace using "all means" necessary.Mr Zelensky has long sa…
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The grain left from beer production is being used to make alternative leather and it means no animals or plastic is used to make the material.The waste is usually used for animal feed or could even end up in landfill.So, how does the technology work? This video is from BBC Click, the BBC’s flagship technology programme.Subscribe here: http://bit.ly…
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At least 45 people have been killed in an Israeli air strike on a camp for displaced Palestinians in the southern Gaza city of Rafah, the Hamas-run health ministry says.Videos from the scene in the Tal al-Sultan area on Sunday night showed a large explosion and intense fires burning.The Israel Defense Forces said it had killed two senior Hamas offi…
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There are fears the number of missing following a deadly landslide in Papua New Guinea could stretch into the thousands, a government agency has said.The acting director of the nation's National Disaster Centre said in a letter it was feared more than 2,000 people were buried alive in Friday's disaster.However, an exact casualty figure has been har…
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Flo has spent much of her life camouflaging or masking who she really is in order to fit into the non-autistic world.Here's why she decided to stop.Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/1rbfUogFor more news, analysis and features visit: www.bbc.com/news Video from @bbcideas#Autism #BBCIdeas #BBCNewsتوسط BBC News
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In the village of Lyptsi, Ukrainian forces appear to have blunted Russia’s surprise offensive.A few weeks ago, they were rapidly advancing towards Kharkiv - but with the help of reinforcements, Ukraine is slowly stemming the tide.One Ukrainian unit on the frontline call themselves the Peaky Blinders, after the cult TV series.Oleksandr, their leader…
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A new device to help reduce the time cancer patients spend in hospital has been given regulatory approval.The Liberty allows patients to take blood tests and upload the results at home without supervision.Patients said it has allowed them to cut down on draining hospital visits, while clinicians have suggested it could boost NHS productivity.Howeve…
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How do you go from experimenting with an idea to creating a multi-award-winning video game? Well, the minds at Sad Owl Studios achieved just that when they scooped two awards at the Bafta Game Awards, including best British video game. They sat down with BBC Newsbeat to discuss their cheeky speeches, the troubling state of staffing in the gaming in…
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The European Union's top diplomat says the bloc will have to make a choice between supporting international institutions and the rule of law. Joseph Borrell was speaking after the UN’s highest court ruled that Israel had to halt its military offensive in Raffah, in response to a case brought by South Africa. South Africa has accused Israel of viola…
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The late 1940s saw the rise of Tropical Modernism – it was a style of architecture that took the simple design of modernism and adapted it into cool buildings for hot and humid climates. So, why is there now a growing interest in this type of design?Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/1rbfUogFor more news, analysis and features visit: www.bbc.com/news#Ar…
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The United Nations' top court has ruled that Israel must "immediately halt its military offensive" in Rafah in southern Gaza. The International Court of Justice, which decides disputes between countries, says "the catastrophic situation" in Gaza had deteriorated and described humanitarian conditions in Rafah as "disastrous." The judges also said th…
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Next week South Africans head to the polls, 30 years on from the nations first democratic election. That election back in 1994 followed decades of a brutal and racist apartheid regime. The BBC's special correspondent Fergal Keane was reporting there at the time and has returned to the county to see what has changed and what hasn't.Subscribe here: h…
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UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has said the next general election will take place on 4 July.Mr Sunak's announcement ended months of speculation about when the UK would go to the polls.On day two of the election campaign, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak visited Northern Ireland while Labour leader Keir Starmer launched his party's Scottish campaign. But w…
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The International Court of Justice has ruled that Israel must halt its military offensive in Rafah in southern Gaza.South Africa had asked the ICJ to order it as an emergency measure, saying Israel’s actions in Rafah amount to a “genocidal” operation and threaten the survival of the Palestinian people.The ICJ is the top UN court and can make legall…
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A massive landslide is feared to have killed many after it struck six remote villages in Papua New Guinea, local officials and aid agencies said.The landslide buried more than 100 homes after it struck at around 03:00 local time Friday (17:00 GMT Thursday) in the highlands of Enga, north of the island nation in the south-west Pacific.It was not imm…
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In the past seven months, somewhere between half and two-thirds of Myanmar has fallen to the resistance of a military coup that began in 2021. Tens of thousands of people have been killed since then, including many children, with some 2.5 million displaced. Now, the military is facing an unprecedented challenge to its rule. And in an attempt to thw…
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A desperate search for survivors is under way after a two-storey restaurant collapsed on the Spanish island of Majorca, killing four people and injuring 16, local emergency services say.Several people are believed to be trapped under rubble at the site of the Medusa Beach Club, a beachside restaurant in one of the busiest areas of the regional capi…
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US regulators have sued Live Nation, accusing the entertainment giant of using illegal tactics to maintain a monopoly over the live music industry.The lawsuit from the Department of Justice said the firm's practices had kept out competitors, and led to higher ticket prices and worse service for customers.Attorney General Merrick Garland called on t…
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Countries around the world are working to implement legislation to regulate artificial intelligence’s (AI’s) development and use.This week, AI technology companies from across the globe including the US, China, Middle East and Europe developed a set of agreements at the AI Seoul Summit.These agreements pertain to thresholds for severe AI risks, inc…
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An Austrian man has discovered the remains of prehistoric mammoths while renovating his wine cellar. The find has been called an "archaeological sensation” by researchers from the Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. The winemaker, Andreas Pernerstorfer, reported his find to the authorities, who identified them as …
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Another senior defence official in the Russian military has been arrested after being accused of taking a large bribe, Russian media has reported. General Vadim Shamarin, the deputy chief of General Staff, has appeared in court and he's the fourth senior official to be arrested since April. Earlier this month, President Vladimir Putin removed Serge…
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Fighting has continued to intensify in and around the Sudanese city of El Fasher, where medical charity MSF has reported 700 casualties in 10 days. The internet has been cut making access to the city difficult. Soldiers from the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) are besieging the city. A power struggle within the military government has seen …
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Thousands have marched in Iran for the final day of funeral rites for President Ebrahim Raisi, who died in a helicopter crash. Raisi, 63, died alongside his foreign minister and six others when their helicopter crashed in the country’s mountainous northwest while returning from a dam inauguration. Raisi's coffin was flown to Mashhad in northeast Ir…
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President Emmanuel Macron has vowed that French police forces will remain for "as long as necessary" in New Caledonia, as he arrived in the riot-plagued French Pacific territory. Mr Macron said the 3,000-strong force deployed from France would stay put - even during the Paris Summer Olympics if required. Six people, including two police officers, h…
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Taiwan's defence ministry has condemned China's military exercises around the self-ruled island as "irrational provocations".The drills come just three days after the inauguration of Taiwanese president William Lai, whom Beijing has labelled as a "separatist" and a "troublemaker".Beijing, which has long claimed Taiwan, is performing the drills all …
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At least nine people have been killed, including a child, and about 50 have been injured after part of a stage collapsed at an election rally in Mexico. The incident occurred as presidential candidate Jorge Alvarez Maynez was delivering a speech in the city of San Pedro Garza Garcia, near Monterrey. Mr Maynez was uninjured in the collapse. Several …
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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has reacted to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s announcement of the UK general election. The election is set to take place on Thursday, 4 July. And, after the prime minister made his announcement at 10 Downing Street in London, the leader of the opposition made his announcement in front of a podium bearing bears Labour's …
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Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has announced the date of the UK General Election.In a speech outside 10 Downing Street in London, he revealed that the election date will take place on Thursday, 4 July.He had widely been expected to announce an autumn election, but Wednesday's news comes after mounting speculation.Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/1rbfUogFo…
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Iran’s supreme leader has presided over a funeral for the country’s late president, Ebrahim Raisi.Ayatollah Ali Khamenei led prayers at Tehran University, where caskets carrying Mr Raisi, Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and six others who died in a helicopter crash on Sunday, were draped in Iranian flags. Iran’s acting president, Mohammad…
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Ireland, Norway, and Spain have announced they will recognise a Palestinian state from 28 May. Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store said a two-state solution was the "only alternative"; while Ireland's PM Simon Harris said the decision would help create a "peaceful future". But, while Palestinian leaders welcomed the decision - with the Palest…
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Singapore Airlines flight: CEO apologises for ‘traumatic experience’ | BBC News Singapore Airlines CEO Goh Choon Phong has offered his "deepest apologies to everyone affected" after a flight from London to Singapore encountered severe turbulence, during which a passenger died. The man, named as 73-year-old Geoff Kitchen, died of a suspected heart a…
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Large crowds have started to gather in Iran’s capital Tehran for the main funeral ceremony for the country’s late President Ebrahim Raisi. Mr Raisi died alongside Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and six others in a helicopter crash on Sunday, and five days of national mourning have been declared. The ceremony will begin with Iran's Suprem…
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Myanmar is in the grip of a civil war, largely forgotten by the outside world, which has left thousands of people dead and displaced more than two million from their homes. Rebel forces are fighting a bloody campaign against the military regime which seized control of the country in 2021, when army generals overthrew the elected government of Nobel…
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One person has died, with several injured, after severe turbulence on a London to Singapore flight.Authorities at Bangkok airport said the victim was a 73-year-old British man who "likely" died from a heart attack.Seven people are seriously injured - the wife of the British man who died has gone to hospital.Anyone not wearing a seat belt was “launc…
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Warning: Discussions of mental health. Ninja Theory's Melina Juergens has told BBC Newsbeat how her own mental health experiences helped her connect with her character in Senua's Saga: Hellblade II. Melina adopts the role of Senua, a woman living with psychosis as she manages her mental illness and the stigma that separates her from her community. …
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The first of several ceremonies for President Ebrahim Raisi and other officials killed in the helicopter crash were held today.Mourners gathered around the caskets as the procession passed by.The funeral ceremony began in the north-western city of Tabriz at 09:30 local time.Another planned procession will take place in the religious city of Qom lat…
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Authorities at Bangkok airport have said a 73-year-old British man died on a Singapore Airlines flight, "likely" from a heart attack.Bangkok airport added that seven people are in a critical condition following turbulence on the London to Singapore flight, and twenty-three other passengers have been injured, as well as nine crew members.Authorities…
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The UK government will set out details of the infected blood compensation scheme on Tuesday.30,000 people were infected with hepatitis and HIV while receiving NHS treatment between the 1970s and 1990s - and 3,000 have since died.On Monday, a public inquiry said victims were repeatedly failed, with evidence of a cover-up.Roger Newman, who discovered…
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Medical workers in Israel have told the BBC that Palestinian detainees from Gaza are routinely kept shackled to hospital beds, blindfolded, sometimes naked, and forced to wear nappies. A whistle-blower detailed how procedures in one military hospital were “routinely” carried out without painkillers, causing “an unacceptable amount of pain” to detai…
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Funeral rites for Iran's president and seven others who died in a helicopter crash on Sunday have begun.Thousands of people have taken to the streets to mourn President Raisi.The first ceremony is taking place in Tabriz in the country's north-west, the region where the crash happened.But not everyone supported him - and many Iranians celebrated his…
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