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Professor Robert Kelly is back - this time his wife & children are meant to be in shot! 😉

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As drought and famine continue to wreak havoc across Somalia, cholera is also beginning to spread in parts of the country.

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Katie Cooke has a lifestyle clash few others can rival. The 19-year-old from Dublin is a competitive runner - but her chronic epilepsy means she has around 16 seizures a day, often during races. 

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Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says she will seek approval for a second referendum on Scottish independence.

A new vote should be held between autumn 2018 and spring 2019.

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A "guardian angel" dog has reached the finals of Crufts for helping transform the life of a boy with autism. Caddie is a specially trained autism assistance Labrador from the "Dogs for Good" charity and helps calm anxiety.

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British politician Nigel Farage, who helped steer the UK towards the exit door of the European Union, says that he and Donald Trump have one thing in common. "We're probably the two most vilified people in the West." He adds that their bond was formed over the "shed-loads of abuse" they have each received.


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Unexpected things happen during live interviews.

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Aaron and Danielle both work two full-time jobs to make ends meet for their young family in rural Arkansas. He salvages plane wrecks and scraps them for parts. She runs a daycare. But their main love is running a goat farm as a family. As part of a BBC series looking at what's been dubbed "forgotten America", we travelled to the tiny town of Clinton, Arkansas, in the heart of Trumpland to meet the real people behind the vote.

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Last month Chinese students at Columbia University in New York City were targeted by racist vandals who ripped the name tags bearing their Chinese names off dorm doors. So they made a video about what their Chinese name means to them. 

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Go back a few years and Cathlene Price was a broken woman. Two decades on meth had destroyed her marriage, her job and her health. Like countless others consumed by the methamphetamine epidemic sweeping her town, she had ended up in the state prison, a convicted felon. Three years on and she is back in jail... but this time as a minister, helping others overcome their addictions.
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