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07/03/2020 05:53 AM
Zheng Yanxiong: China appoints hard-line Hong Kong security chief
Zheng Yanxiong is best known for a crackdown on protesters over a land dispute in 2011.

07/03/2020 04:37 AM
Khashoggi murder: Turkish absentia trial of 20 Saudis opens
Two ex-aides of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman are among 20 on trial in absentia for the killing.

07/03/2020 09:21 AM
France's Macron picks Jean Castex as PM after Philippe resigns
The French president moves swiftly to replace Edouard Philippe with a mayor from the south.

07/03/2020 10:10 AM
Supermarkets snub coconut goods picked by monkeys
Monkeys are treated like "picking machines" to harvest 1,000 coconuts a day, an animal rights group says.

07/03/2020 09:01 AM
Coronavirus-denying Father Sergiy expelled by Russian Church
Father Sergiy is refusing to leave a convent near Yekaterinburg after seizing it with armed guards.

07/03/2020 10:01 AM
Sikh pilgrims in deadly Pakistan train crash
At least 21 die as an express train hits a van carrying the pilgrims near the city of Lahore.

07/03/2020 07:43 AM
Taxi driver sets himself on fire 'over bribe'
The motorcycle taxi rider's bike had been seized for carrying passengers against coronavirus restrictions.

07/03/2020 05:00 AM
Redskins sponsor, FedEx, urges team to rebrand
FedEx has told the Washington DC-based American football team to change its controversial name.

07/03/2020 08:19 AM
Turkey fireworks: Deadly factory blasts trap workers
Explosions in north-west Turkey leave two workers dead and many more wounded.

07/02/2020 08:54 PM
Jeffrey Epstein ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell charged in US
She is accused of grooming underage girls for the late paedophile Jeffrey Epstein and lying about it.

07/03/2020 01:00 AM
Vanessa Guillen: Woman charged over missing soldier 'killed with hammer'
Cecily Aguilar is accused of helping to dismember and bury the body of a missing Fort Hood soldier.

07/02/2020 04:46 PM
Fourth of July: Why this Independence Day will be unlike any other
With the usual parades and events on hold, it's set to be a unique year for US Independence Day.

07/02/2020 07:24 PM
Outrage as Indian judge calls alleged rape victim 'unbecoming'
Judge says behaviour of alleged victim was "not the way our women react when they are ravished".

07/02/2020 07:43 PM
Coronavirus in South Africa: Deciding who lives and dies in a Cape Town township
Without enough supplies of oxygen or staff, health workers in South Africa are making some difficult decisions.

07/02/2020 07:22 PM
Sky is the limit for Pakistan's metal artist
He trained in electrical engineering, but Nasim Yousufzai's life is about metal sculptures and creations.

07/02/2020 07:11 PM
Finding the 'invisible' millions who are not on maps
How open map data is filling in the world's missing maps and helping trace the spread of disease.

07/02/2020 07:01 PM
Top tips for making sure what you're seeing online is legitimate
Members of the BBC's disinformation team offer tips on how to verify photos and videos.

07/02/2020 01:00 PM
Ghislaine Maxwell 'helped exploit girls as young as 14 years old'
Acting US attorney Audrey Strauss spoke at a press conference after the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell.

07/02/2020 07:26 PM
Is Facebook losing the boycott battle?
An advertising boycott wants Facebook to do more about hate speech and misinformation.

07/02/2020 12:44 PM
Cash, drugs and guns seized in huge international police operation.
Hundreds of arrests have taken place after a secret chat application used by criminals was busted.

07/02/2020 05:39 PM
Coronavirus: Protest, rally or eating out - Where is riskier?
Dr Georges Benjamin breaks down the risks of going into crowds and how best to protect yourself.

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