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10/17/2019 05:58 PM
Turkey to suspend Syria offensive 'to allow Kurdish withdrawal'
US Vice-President Mike Pence says the pause in operations will allow Kurdish-led forces to withdraw.

10/17/2019 03:18 PM
National Doral Miami: Trump Florida golf course to host G7 summit
The Doral Miami resort will host the summit but the president will not profit, the White House says.

10/17/2019 12:25 PM
Elijah Cummings: Veteran US Democrat dies aged 68
The US congressman was heavily involved with the Trump impeachment inquiry.

10/17/2019 12:56 PM
New Brexit deal agreed by EU and UK
The prime minister hails "excellent deal" with the EU, but a successful vote in Parliament is not yet certain.

10/17/2019 11:50 AM
Why a brainless yellow 'blob' that can learn is mystifying scientists
A yellow organism, which looks like fungus but acts like an animal, has gone on display at a Paris zoo.

10/17/2019 07:24 PM
Trump impeachment: White House admits aid held up partly over Democrats
A US official says aid to Ukraine was held up to force it to probe Democrats, but later backtracks.

10/17/2019 06:04 PM
NBA facing 'substantial' losses over China dispute
The US basketball league pays the price for comments backing pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong.

10/17/2019 01:17 PM
Venezuela wins seat on UN Human Rights Council
The same body announced plans to send a fact-finding mission to investigate Venezuela last month.

10/17/2019 01:07 PM
Russians accused of extremism cut wrists in court
The pair are accused of belonging to a group that were attempting to overthrow President Putin.

10/17/2019 05:18 PM
Alicia Alonso: Legendary ballet dancer dies aged 98
The Cuban was considered one of the greatest 20th Century ballerinas.

10/17/2019 07:17 AM
Trump and Pelosi: The 'meltdown' photo showing Washington divides
A photo of Democrat Nancy Pelosi at an explosive White House meeting on Syria is causing a stir.

10/17/2019 12:38 PM
Iwo Jima photo: US soldier misidentified in iconic picture
The true identity of one of the troops shown planting the US flag in a famous WW2 photo is revealed.

10/17/2019 07:02 PM
Sulli: The woman who rebelled against the K-pop world
K-pop stars are expected to maintain a perfect image at all times, but one singer broke the mould.

10/17/2019 12:06 PM
Snowy 2.0: Australia's divisive plan for a vast underground 'battery'
The Snowy 2.0 project is hugely ambitious - will it solve national energy woes, or is it too risky?

10/17/2019 07:07 PM
How publicity-shy professor Kais Saied became Tunisia's president
A former law lecturer seems an unlikely choice to win the hearts of young Tunisians voters who want jobs.

10/17/2019 07:08 PM
IMF: What is it and why does it matter?
The annual meeting of the IMF gets under way in Washington this week.

10/17/2019 07:10 PM
Ghost nets: Tackling a silent killer of the seas
Ghost nets kill huge numbers of marine animals every year, but new tech might help prevent that.

10/17/2019 03:00 AM
Why won't Democrats vote to authorise impeachment?
Republicans have demanded a full House vote to initiate the impeachment inquiry. They're backed by history.

10/16/2019 07:11 PM
Russia's Putin: From pariah to Middle East power broker
Russia's geo-political clout has expanded and it has become the key player in the Middle East.

10/17/2019 04:52 AM
Ben Enwonwu: The Nigerian painter behind 'Africa's Mona Lisa'
Ben Enwonwu, the painter behind "Africa's Mona Lisa", had a complex relationship with the UK.

10/16/2019 07:36 PM
Why Poles want more of this man's populist message
Millions of families feel for the first time that the party ruling Poland cares about their dignity.

10/16/2019 07:19 PM
Leonardo da Vinci feud: The 'earlier' Mona Lisa mystery
A London family is battling an international consortium over a potentially priceless painting.

10/16/2019 07:35 PM
Letter from Africa: How this teenager risked all for a life in limbo
Meeting the family of a young Gambian who ran away to seek his fortune in Europe.

10/17/2019 03:00 PM
Life in a Nigerian torture 'school': I was treated like an animal
Police discovered more than 70 men and boys in shackles when they raided the private Islamic school.

10/17/2019 03:07 PM
What do Canadians think of Trudeau's record?
The BBC travelled around Canada to talk to voters ahead of the federal election on 21 October.

10/17/2019 04:20 PM
Are these the most unlikely polo players?
A scheme in Philadelphia takes inner-city youths and gives them the chance to play polo.

10/16/2019 07:00 PM
How plastic bags were supposed to help save the planet
Family of inventor says they were designed to be reused to stop trees from being destroyed.

10/16/2019 08:55 AM
Hong Kong lawmakers disrupt Carrie Lam's address
Several pro-democracy legislators waved placards and chanted slogans, while standing on desks.

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