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Wives in South Asia are being used and abandoned by the British Asian men that marry them. There are calls for this to be recognised as a form of domestic violence.
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Something about Asian men. They replace wives easily.
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It's an Israeli company that helps police forces gain access to data on the mobile phones of suspected criminals.
A company that helps the police access data on the mobile phones of suspected criminals tells the BBC that it can penetrate just about any modern smartphone.
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+Sylvain Campeau so the FBI was not supported by any other Government organisations to get info on terrorism?

Also if it is the public eye now...it was available years ago! And they eventually cracked it...not a simple process.
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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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+Ally ivory Yes It's Time for United for Jobs,Economy To Stop Outsourcing,Outsoursers 
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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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The problem blind people talk
About thing didn't see 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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Watching those watching the presidential debate...
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I didn't watch too much a dog and phony show.The issue are opaque in these debates and it's all so full of stuff that don't look good or smell good.
Media is trying to horse race of this election, but true is both candidates are horse's ass. 
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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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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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+Andrew Lowe Benn is a waffler and a plotter.
One reason there won't be a general election soon is because May wants to keep the splitters on the Labour benches.
The absence of support for people like Benn is clear.
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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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+Albencio A A Pinto Or better yet, they stop exporting ISIS into Syria and Iraq. Then bring them back to Israel and the US government where they originated from. Then the refugees will return back to their ISIS free country and the government official will get punished for their crimes against humanity.
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