Istanbul election: 'Something is changing'

Istanbul election: 'Something is changing'

Supporters and opponents of Istanbul's new mayor explain why they think Ekrem Imamoglu won.
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'They've killed a lot of young kids'

'They've killed a lot of young kids'

Maria and Bryan managed to get away from gang violence fuelled by the drug trade.
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'They've killed a lot of young kids'

'They've killed a lot of young kids'

Maria and Brayan managed to get away from gang violence fuelled by the drug trade.
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Thailand cave rescue anniversary

Thailand cave rescue anniversary

The 12 boys, their coach and rescuers attended ceremonies to mark one year since they went missing in Chang Rai.
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Bodyguard kills Ethiopia's army chief

Bodyguard kills Ethiopia's army chief

Gen Seare Mekonnen was killed at his residence by his bodyguard, the government confirms.
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Trump: Let's make Iran great again

Trump: Let's make Iran great again

President Trump announces additional sanctions on Iran, but holds out the prospect of a deal.
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UK 'wasting time' during Brexit extension

UK 'wasting time' during Brexit extension

The president of the European Council says he's "not happy" with how Britain is using its extra months.
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Proving terminal illness is 'degrading'

Proving terminal illness is 'degrading'

Susan Hill had been diagnosed with motor neurone disease when she had "bizarre" benefit claim tests.
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'I was asked, "Why did you vaccinate your child?"'

'I was asked, "Why did you vaccinate your child?"'

With measles cases on the rise in UK, Dr Aayesha Hassan is fighting misinformation and distrust within the Somali community.
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Gondola-making sisters challenge tradition

Gondola-making sisters challenge tradition

Two sisters in Venice are trying to overturn the unwritten rule that gondolas are made by men.
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'Jihadi Jack' tells BBC 'I was enemy of Britain'

'Jihadi Jack' tells BBC 'I was enemy of Britain'

The BBC broadcasts an interview with Jack Letts, who travelled to Syria to join the Islamic State group.
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Has an internet blackout killed Sudan's revolution?

Has an internet blackout killed Sudan's revolution?

The Military Council has switched off the internet in response to protests that took place in early June.
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Explosions rock Philadelphia in refinery fire

Explosions rock Philadelphia in refinery fire

An early morning explosion woke locals and shook homes near a Philadelphia refinery when it caught fire.
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Istanbul voters to choose mayor... again

Istanbul voters to choose mayor... again

Turkey's ruling party narrowly lost the city's mayoral election in April and a rerun is scheduled for 23 June.
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Are Arabs turning their backs on religion?

Are Arabs turning their backs on religion?

The BBC Arabic Survey interviewed 25,407 people in 10 countries and the Palestinian territories.
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China's vanishing beards and mosques

China's vanishing beards and mosques

The BBC has found new evidence of the increasing control and suppression of Islam in China
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Close up to stricken oil tanker with the US Navy

Close up to stricken oil tanker with the US Navy

The BBC's Mark Lowen sees the damage caused to one of the oil tankers attacked in the Gulf of Oman.
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Riot police clash with protesters in Georgia

Riot police clash with protesters in Georgia

Georgian riot police clashed with demonstrators as they attempted to break up a protest against a Russian MP speaking in parliament.
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Merkel seen shaking in high temperatures

Merkel seen shaking in high temperatures

The German chancellor was filmed trembling as she greeted Ukraine's president in hot weather.
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Putin dismisses MH17 evidence

Putin dismisses MH17 evidence

The Russian president said he "completely disagrees" with charges brought by the plane crash inquiry.
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Saudis 'determined to push back against Iran'

Saudis 'determined to push back against Iran'

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir says it is discussing its response with allies.
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Stepfather brought to tears with Father's Day gift

Stepfather brought to tears with Father's Day gift

A US daughter surprised her stepfather by framing the inspiring messages he left on her door growing up.
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Her ancestors enslaved mine. Now we're friends

Her ancestors enslaved mine. Now we're friends

Phoebe Kilby discovered her ancestors were slave-owners and she wanted to pay reparations.
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Why are there so many protests in Haiti?

Why are there so many protests in Haiti?

Activists have taken to the streets in Haiti's capital to protest about what they say is government corruption.
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What happens if Mexico doesn't stem the migrant flow?

What happens if Mexico doesn't stem the migrant flow?

The US would deem Mexico a "safe third country" if immigration is not curbed by mid-July. What does it mean?
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Rugby-playing detective tackles intruder

Rugby-playing detective tackles intruder

An Australian detective was forced to take action after an unexpected interruption to a press conference.
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Ten-year-old girl conquers El Capitan

Ten-year-old girl conquers El Capitan

Selah Schneiter has climbed a rock wall that is beyond some of the most experienced climbers. She is 10 years old.
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Ex-Obama aide on 2020 Democratic candidates

Ex-Obama aide on 2020 Democratic candidates

There are "terrific candidates" but too early to say who will be the nominee, says Valerie Jarrett.
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Pride month: Can 'pink money' take off in India?

Pride month: Can 'pink money' take off in India?

India's LGBTQ+ community is believed to be more than 100 million strong, and is openly celebrating pride month. Last year, India decriminalised gay sex, but deep-rooted social stigma remains. As more people come out and the community becomes mor...
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What does this hat mean to Americans?

What does this hat mean to Americans?

The signature red hat made famous by President Trump has divided Americans on what it represents.
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Egypt's ousted president Morsi dies during trial

Egypt's ousted president Morsi dies during trial

Morsi, who was 67, had been in custody since he was ousted by the military in 2013 after mass protests.
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Protests reawaken homosexuality fears

Protests reawaken homosexuality fears

Llanelli MP Nia Griffiths says there is a "strong case" for sex and relationship education to be compulsory.
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Memorials mark second Grenfell anniversary

Memorials mark second Grenfell anniversary

Londoners remember the devastation of Grenfell Tower across different locations in the capital.
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US footage shows 'Iran removing unexploded mine'

US footage shows 'Iran removing unexploded mine'

The BBC's Frank Gardner looks at the evidence the US says proves Iran's involvement in Thursday's attacks in the Gulf of Oman.
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'Death in all its forms' at Sudan protest

'Death in all its forms' at Sudan protest

Military rulers admit they ordered the security operation that led to the killing of at least 100 protesters last week.
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Toronto celebrates Raptors' NBA win

Toronto celebrates Raptors' NBA win

The city of Toronto erupts in celebration after its basketball team, the Raptors, wins America's NBA.
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Exploring the churches carved from rock

Exploring the churches carved from rock

Dating back to the 12th and 13th Centuries, the churches are designated a World Heritage site.
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'This has been the honour of a lifetime'

'This has been the honour of a lifetime'

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders handed in her resignation today.
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Eleven-year-old super fan shares Stanley Cup win

Eleven-year-old super fan shares Stanley Cup win

Laila was surprised by the St Louis Blues with an invitation to their championship game in Boston.
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Wales 'losing 54 banks' every year

Wales 'losing 54 banks' every year

Businesses and shoppers are struggling to find cash after more than 200 bank closures in four years.
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'How exercise saved my life'

'How exercise saved my life'

63-year-old Catherine Mathebe is fighting to reduce obesity in South Africa after exercise changed her life.
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Man sells comic collection worth GBP350k

Man sells comic collection worth GBP350k

Martin Morris amassed 36000 Marvel and DC comics over decades, with one probably worth GBP10000.
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Trade war squeezes California's wine country

Trade war squeezes California's wine country

Chinese tariffs have targeted the US agricultural industry as farmers are a key voting bloc for Trump.
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What's killing Yosemite's trees?

What's killing Yosemite's trees?

Ten years into a unique scientific project monitoring the famous forest, what have researchers learned?
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Battling to protect homes from flooding

Battling to protect homes from flooding

Houses in Pentre, Deeside, have been flooded after almost a month's worth of rain fell overnight.
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How plastic bottles are paying for school

How plastic bottles are paying for school

A school in Nigeria is accepting empty plastic bottles in exchange for payment of school fees.
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Trump and Biden exchange personal insults

Trump and Biden exchange personal insults

Dismissed as a "dummy" and "loser", how did the former vice-president hit back at the president?
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Canada to ban single-use plastics

Canada to ban single-use plastics

PM Justin Trudeau and his government have yet to decide which products will be included on the list.
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