Tunnel of light thrills city visitors

Tunnel of light thrills city visitors

The glittering 57,000-strong LED tunnel bringing festive cheer and selfie heaven.
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Three myths about Florida elections recount

Three myths about Florida elections recount

Myths like "forged ballots" and "found votes" have been doing the rounds in Florida's controversial mid-term elections.
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Confidence in US judiciary 'diminishing'

Confidence in US judiciary 'diminishing'

Senior US District Judge Mark L Wolf on the public perception of the US federal judiciary.
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My life as... a Halal dating guru

My life as... a Halal dating guru

The 'halal dating guru' getting abuse for giving Muslim women relationship tips.
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'Bleeping' parrot sparks 999 call-out

'Bleeping' parrot sparks 999 call-out

Fire crews "amazed" by parrot's alarm impression after emergency alert.
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Brexit draft deal in 60 seconds

Brexit draft deal in 60 seconds

Adam Fleming has been up all night reading it - here's the Brexit agreement summarised in one minute(ish).
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'I kept portrait secret for three years'

'I kept portrait secret for three years'

Kehinde Wiley's Barack Obama painting is the first official US presidential portrait by a black artist.
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Who should own South Africa's land?

Who should own South Africa's land?

Plans to redistribute land from white farmers to landless blacks are raising deep feelings. Here's why.
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'Knights Templar' cave carvings at risk

'Knights Templar' cave carvings at risk

The 14th Century chalk carvings have been damaged by water and gnat larvae, say Historic England.
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The summit being held on a boat

The summit being held on a boat

The APEC summit is now underway in Papua New Guinea, but why are attending CEOs and other guests staying on cruise ships?
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Nicaragua's human rights 'in crisis'

Nicaragua's human rights 'in crisis'

The international community needs to pay attention to human rights in Nicaragua, says Mr Maradiaga.
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'Empathy makes me a stronger leader'- Ardern

'Empathy makes me a stronger leader'- Ardern

New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern is known for being open and likeable - but critics say that makes her a weak leader.
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Making 'baby formula' for Aussie animals

Making 'baby formula' for Aussie animals

Wombaroo develops species-specific formulas to feed injured and orphaned wildlife.
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Yemen crisis: The battle for Hudaydah

Yemen crisis: The battle for Hudaydah

Yemen's civil war is approaching a pivotal moment, but the UN warns that the humanitarian crisis could be about to get much worse.
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Caravan migrants reach US border

Caravan migrants reach US border

More than three hundred people are the first to arrive in Tijuana, Mexico, hoping to start new lives in the US.
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'You get to see people who look like you'

'You get to see people who look like you'

Chineke! is Europe's first orchestra with a majority of black and ethnic minority musicians.
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Fake me: One week to Insta-fame?

Fake me: One week to Insta-fame?

Kenyan social media sceptic Joey agrees to live her life on Instagram for a week to see what happens.
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Are you packing correctly?

Are you packing correctly?

Here's some expert advice from travel blogger Julie Falconer to help you on your travels.
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'Terrified for the people behind me'

'Terrified for the people behind me'

Californian wildfires survivor Sorrell Bobrink fled her home in Paradise, California with her son.
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California wildfires continue to rage

California wildfires continue to rage

The death toll in California is rising as fires burn across the northern and southern parts of the state.
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Merkel mistaken for Macron's wife

Merkel mistaken for Macron's wife

A French lady turning 101 said meeting the French and German leaders was "fantastic".
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Is wee-cycling the future of building?

Is wee-cycling the future of building?

Scientists in South Africa have come up with an innovative way to make bricks from urine.
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Exploring Bolivia's 'Jurassic Park'

Exploring Bolivia's 'Jurassic Park'

Torotoro National Park is a remote place in the Andes mountains that used to be home to lots of dinosaurs.
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'It was like an apocalyptic movie'

'It was like an apocalyptic movie'

Paradise resident Sorrell Bobrink describes how she fled with her child as flames engulfed the town.
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Can attitudes towards body hair be sexist?

Can attitudes towards body hair be sexist?

Frankie McCamley looks at the psychology, the history and the popular culture around people with body hair.
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US journalists facing threats

US journalists facing threats

Washington Post Executive Editor Martin Baron on the effects of President Trump's 'rhetoric'.
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'Looming threat' of media laws

'Looming threat' of media laws

Communications expert Maria Sarungi Tsehai from Tanzania talks about the climate of fear amongst the journalist community.
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World leaders remember Armistice Day

World leaders remember Armistice Day

They gathered in Paris to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War One.
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Leicester City fans walk to honour chairman

Leicester City fans walk to honour chairman

Thousands of Leicester City fans turn out to pay tribute to those killed in a helicopter crash outside their stadium.
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What does it take to impeach a president?

What does it take to impeach a president?

Some Democrats have talked about impeaching Donald Trump - but how does the process actually work?
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Where does America go from here?

Where does America go from here?

The BBC's Rajini Vaidyanathan spoke to people in Florida after the mid-term elections.
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Joy at first hijab-wearing Congresswoman

Joy at first hijab-wearing Congresswoman

Ilhan Omar's Minnesota election victory makes her the first Somali-American to reach US Congress.
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How did Prince Charles do with Pidgin speech?

How did Prince Charles do with Pidgin speech?

The prince included some choice phrases from the West African language in his speech in Lagos.
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'How I learnt to fix cars from internet videos'

'How I learnt to fix cars from internet videos'

Taiwo Abiri is a successful mechanic who learnt his trade from YouTube videos.
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Norwegian frigate lists after collision

Norwegian frigate lists after collision

A frigate that collided with a tanker in a Norwegian fjord ran aground and started taking on water.
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McChrystal on US 'leadership crisis'

McChrystal on US 'leadership crisis'

Gen Stanley McChrystal, the former Commander ISAF and US Forces in Afghanistan on Donald Trump.
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'We're the triple cripples'

'We're the triple cripples'

The 'Triple Cripples' AKA Jay and Kym are fighting three forms of discrimination.
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Brexit Basics: Free trade

Brexit Basics: Free trade

Confused by Brexit jargon? Reality Check unpacks the basics.
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Divided by Trump's travel ban

Divided by Trump's travel ban

Somali refugee Nimo Hassan's family has lived without her husband in the US since his visa process stalled.
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Mid-term elections: The story of the night

Mid-term elections: The story of the night

The Democrats have taken control of the US House of Representatives. Here's how it happened.
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Dead acid victim's defiant message

Dead acid victim's defiant message

The funeral is being held for Kateryna Handzyuk, who spoke out against corruption before she died.
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What losing the House means for Trump

What losing the House means for Trump

With the Democrats projected to win the House of Representatives, the BBC's Anthony Zurcher explains the fallout for the president.
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Diwali Delhi smog draws protests

Diwali Delhi smog draws protests

Thick smog currently covers Delhi, with the air pollution leading to health concerns.
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'Khadi' poppy marks India's WW1 servicemen

'Khadi' poppy marks India's WW1 servicemen

The red flower has been made from cotton similar to Gandhi's iconic clothing.
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The app helping to get people to vote

The app helping to get people to vote

Democratic campaigns are using text messages to encourage people to vote in the US mid-terms.
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Surprising WWI innovations

Surprising WWI innovations

BBC World Service looks at four innovations from World War One that changed the world.
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Shooting hoops at 107 years old

Shooting hoops at 107 years old

The secret to a long life is "liking people and breathing," Eileen Ash says.
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MeToo and the mid-terms

MeToo and the mid-terms

Two women competing for a congressional seat in Pennsylvania say they are motivated by the #MeToo movement.
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