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Venezuela is going through a national food crisis that's seeing many people struggling to eat proper meals. President Maduro blames the crisis on an 'economic war' designed to topple his government, but critics accuse him of mismanagement.
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Hillary Clinton has made history as the first woman from a major political party nominated for the candidacy of US president. But there are many hurdles ahead. The BBC’s Rajini Vaidyanathan looks at what factors could trip up Clinton’s campaign.
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A group of Afghan street children from Kabul are learning to play the guitar in an unusual project meant to give them a better future.
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So nowt to do with BREXIT, though there again nowt to do with the UK, but not like that don't stop it being blamed upon BREXIT now does it.
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Rasheed Street is the oldest street in Baghdad, and it is celebrating its centenary. For Iraqis, the street is a reminder of Iraq's peaceful, multicultural past.
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The beautiful city Baghdad, now in ruins. Why, +BBC News​?
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US first lady Michelle Obama has denounced Republican Donald Trump and passionately backed Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
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This guy if a retarded emotive Bimbo, he doesn't have what it takes, he is like a loaded gun. I wouldn't trust him the with nuclear codes ! Kaboum Badaboom 6 months after he has been elected.
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This is Graham - a sculpture of how humans would need to evolve to survive low-impact car crashes. Artist Patricia Piccinini and Australia's Transport Accident Commission are hoping he will make you drive more carefully.
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18 -year-old Yusra Mardini left Syria for Europe on a boat packed with refugees. With land in sight, the vessel began to sink and she and her sister had to swim the last part of the journey to Greece. After several months in Germany, she has qualified to swim at the Rio Olympics as part of #TeamRefugees , which was set up by the International Olympic Committee in recognition of the worldwide refugee crisis.
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The Liverpool Care Pathway was developed to give guidance to doctors and nurses providing end-of-life care.
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Still - don't stop a bunch of religious pandering MP's preventing people ending there pain-filled lives and forcing them to endure suffering and torture just to appease a God-deluded bunch of minorities now does it :(

Allow Euthanasia for those in the right mind who want and indeed demand it.

Ruddy religion interferers with too much civility in our lives, and this is one area that it sickens me that it interfered with again :(
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Terrorists are "psychopaths and fascists" and so-called Islamic State "a monstrous magnet for the worst" says Bernard Henri-Levy.
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The first round-the-world solar powered flight has been completed, after the Solar Impulse aircraft touched down in Abu Dhabi. Bertrand Piccard piloted the plane for a final time, steering it safely from the Egyptian capital Cairo to the UAE
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Ha a balloon did it in a week, think about that!
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Prince Harry has spoken of his regret that he did not talk about how the death of his mother, Princess Diana, affected him until three years ago.
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