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Surgeons are warning of the potentially deadly risk posed to young children who accidentally swallow button batteries.
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It only happens this frequently in the age where you have to tell people to handle a coffee cup with care because hot coffee is... Well, hot. Children will hurt themselves in very innovative ways no matter what. But to warrant a story about this particular danger is both saddening and scary because it indicates how stupid and irresponsible many of today's parents are.
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The state governor of North Carolina has declared a state of emergency in the US city of Charlotte following protests over the death of a black man who was shot by police.
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OK friends now please let's Be A Sportive Debate Don't Quarrel on Each Other 
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As controversy surrounds sales of weapons to Saudi Arabia, the BBC examines the UK's trade in arms.
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+Mariam Alshbhi
This is true
But they have to do it 
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United Russia, backed by President Vladimir Putin, is well ahead in the nation's parliamentary election, taking at least 45%, exit polls suggest.
Yet throughout the day there have been reports of voting fraud - and video to back them up.
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Saying the truth is never an inappropriate thing but failing to stand by the truth is inappropriate.
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Lauri Love, 31, who has Asperger's syndrome, is accused of hacking into the FBI, the US central bank and the country's missile defence agency.
An autistic man suspected of hacking into US government computer systems is to be extradited from Britain to face trial, a court rules.
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Yeh wi
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The tank was used for the first time on 15 September 1916 at the Battle of the Somme, inspiring fear in the German army despite a rocky start.
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Yh god
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Race and identity has proved to be a controversial issue in the run-up to the US presidential election in November. BBC's Aleem Maqbool, has been hearing from voters in Whitefish, Montana about their views on the influence of the far-right.
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Why single out some bad GOP voters? Many Dem voters are known to bring their un-civilized violence to the campaign trail. A few bad apples don't spoil the whole bunch. I know, its just the way politics works.
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Jeremy Corbyn tells the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg he is happy to "wipe the slate clean" if he wins the leadership contest.
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I think Mr.Benn (the younger) should have stood, he'd have won, I would have listened to him and given him a chance, not Corbyn too far left, they always end up destroying the country. Lots of country's when free immediately got rid of the left, if something works you don't get rid of it.
Giving activists more power is wrong and very disturbing, particularly a children's wing ( opposite version would be The Hitler Youth, you have to remember the mistakes of the past, so to not repeat them)
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New York bombings suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami is in custody after shooting a police officer in Linden, New Jersey - US media.
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The mall stabber was shot after he stabbed people

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There are more people displaced from their homes than any time since World War Two. What to do about refugees - and who should take them in?
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+William Johnston Yup, treating ISIS in their hospitals and rearming them to invade Syria and Iraq again.
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Diane James, the newly elected leader of UKIP, has said Nigel Farage wouldn't be a back seat driver, but she would ask for his opinions.
UKIP MEP Diane James wins party leadership contest to succeed Nigel Farage.
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Interesting, a female leader, could well change the image of ukip and improve its reputation 
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A former hitman in the Philippines has said that the current president, Rodrigo Duterte, personally shot dead a justice department agent during his time as a city mayor.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte once shot a man dead with an Uzi submachine gun, a self-confessed former death squad member tells a Senate hearing.
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