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US and South Korea hold live-fire drill

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Germany could return to authoritarianism if the economic conditions were to seriously worsen in the country, the son of Hans Frank the governor general of Nazi occupied Poland during World War Two.

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Royal Robbins, an American rock climber famous for his first ascents of some of Yosemite National Park’s biggest mountains, died last month after a long illness. He was 82. BBC News spoke to three legendary American climbers to find out how Robbins inspired them.


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Nanammal is 98 years old and an expert yoga instructor from the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. But it's not just her - her entire family are yoga practitioners, including her children and grandchildren. 

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Wikipedia's founder is launching a news service with no Ads, called Wikitribune. It's independent of Wikipedia and relies on journalists, some of them paid, and volunteers.


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Can plastic roads help save the planet? 

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Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer, speaks movingly to Emily Maitlis about the sudden death of her husband Dave Goldberg two years ago .

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Sue Jenkins says she has given up her life to care for her 88-year-old mother Patricia, who has dementia.

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Steph is an international cheerleader...she’s also blind. 

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Eleven candidates have joined the race for the French presidency, and the campaign is now in its final days ahead of the election on 23 April. There are four front-runners and, as none is likely to secure an outright majority, a run-off between the two leading candidates is now expected on 7 May.
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