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G7: Trump praises Johnson as 'right man' to deliver Brexit - BBC News

View Article HereUS President Donald Trump has praised the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson as the "right man" to deliver Brexit as the two leaders held their first bilateral meeting at the G7 summit in France. Mr Trump also said the two countries were having "very good" trade talks. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog

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Huge beehive discovered inside ceiling - BBC News

View Article HereA giant hive was removed from a woman's house in Brisbane Australia. The ten-month-old hive weighed 50kg and was holding 60 000 bees. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog

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The village adapted for its ageing population - BBC News

View Article HerePescueza in Extremadura western Spain is adapting to provide for the needs of its older population through a non-profit project called Stay With Us. It aims to provide elderly residents who make up two thirds of its population with the services they need in the hope they can remain independent. Could this pensioner-friendly village be the future? Video

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'I will give my last drop of blood for this forest' - BBC News

View Article HereMembers of Brazil's indigenous Mura tribe have vowed to defend their land as wildfires rage in the Amazon rainforest. The largest rainforest in the world the Amazon is a vital carbon store that slows down the pace of global warming. It is also home to about three million species of plants and animals and one million indigenous people. Please subscribe

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India Jains: Why are these youngsters renouncing the world? - BBC News

View Article HereHundreds of young people belonging to India's Jain community have begun renouncing the material world to become monks who always walk barefoot eat only what they receive as alms and never bathe or use modern technology. The BBC's Priyanka Pathak explores why. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog

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Sub dive reveals Titanic decay - BBC News

View Article HereThe first people to dive down to the Titanic in nearly 15 years say it is deteriorating. Over the course of five sub dives an international team of deep-sea explorers surveyed the wreck. While some parts of the sunken ship were in surprisingly good condition other features have been lost to the sea. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog

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How Hong Kong got trapped in a cycle of violence - BBC News

View Article HereHong Kong has been seized by escalating protests in recent months. Police and protesters have now found themselves locked into a spiral of provocation. Is there any way out? Video by Tessa Wong. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog

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Ugandan war survivors partnered with therapy dogs - BBC News

View Article HereFilda was abducted as a child and forced into the LRA rebel army in Uganda where she witnessed terrible atrocities. As part of a scheme called The Comfort Dog Project Filda has been partnered with a dog who was abandoned as a puppy. The two are now helping each other heal along with many others like them. A film by Amelia Martyn-Hemphill for 100 Women

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Amazon fires: President Bolsonaro responds to criticism - BBC News

View Article HereBrazil's President Bolsonaro has responded to criticism about his previous comments suggesting non-governmental organisations could be to blame for starting the record number of fires in the Amazon. During his post on Facebook Live he said that NGOs were "the biggest suspects" because of their lost funding but still failed to offer any evidence to suppo

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Indonesia cuts off internet to Papua following protests - BBC News

View Article HereHundreds of protesters held a rally near the Indonesian presidential palace in Jakarta after numerous riots and demonstrations brought several Papuan cities to a standstill over recent days. The two Indonesian provinces of Papua and West Papua have seen numerous buildings being torched including a jail and a market. The protests are in response to claim

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Johnson sticks his foot on a table during a joke with the French president - BBC News

View Article HereA photo of Boris Johnson sticking his foot on a table during talks in Paris with the French president triggered unflattering comments on social media. But users on both sides of the Channel who called the UK prime minister's actions insulting might have been jumping to conclusions. A video appears to show Mr Johnson was responding to a joke by his host.

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Trump and Greenland: Other times the US bought territory - BBC News

View Article HereDonald Trump isn't the first US leader to seek expansion using taxpayer dollars. But did those deals work out? Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog

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Backstop indispensable Macron tells Johnson - BBC News

View Article HereBoris Johnson is meeting Emmanuel Macron in Paris for Brexit talks with the French president saying the UK's vote to quit the EU must be respected. But he added that the Ireland-Northern Ireland backstop plan was "indispensable" to preserving political stability and the single market. The backstop opposed by Mr Johnson aims to prevent a hard border on

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Trump slams Danish PM's 'nasty' Greenland comments - BBC News

View Article HereDenmark said the president's bid to buy Greenland was "absurd" - he called that offensive to the US. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog

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Boris Johnson: "We do need that backstop removed" - BBC News

View Article HereGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel has suggested an alternative to the Irish border backstop - a key Brexit sticking point - could be found within 30 days. Speaking at a news conference alongside Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Berlin she stressed it would be up to the UK to offer a workable plan. The PM said he was "more than happy" with that "blistering t

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