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Indian social media rules 'hard to enforce'

Indian social media rules 'hard to enforce'

India's politicians must stick to "acceptable behaviour" on social media, under new guidance.
Venezuela power cut: Lootings as desperation grows

Venezuela power cut: Lootings as desperation grows

The BBC's Will Grant encountered growing despair as Venezuelans faced another day without power.
Ethiopian Airlines: UN remembers victims

Ethiopian Airlines: UN remembers victims

The United Nations Environment Assembly holds a moment of silence for those who died on Ethiopian Airlines flight 302.
India election 2019: Why can't politics move beyond Nehru?

India election 2019: Why can't politics move beyond Nehru?

He may have died in 1964, but Jawaharlal Nehru is very much alive in the minds of India's politicians.
Turkey's economy slides into recession

Turkey's economy slides into recession

The trade dispute with the US was one factor pushing Turkey's economy into recession last year.
Touring a school hit by the 2011 Japanese tsunami

Touring a school hit by the 2011 Japanese tsunami

A Japanese high school hit by the 2011 tsunami has re-opened to visitors as a memorial to the disaster.
Tesla to raise prices and keep more stores open

Tesla to raise prices and keep more stores open

The electric carmaker says prices will rise by 3% and reverses a decision to close stores.
Does Denmark have a 'pervasive' rape problem?

Does Denmark have a 'pervasive' rape problem?

Reports say it has the highest prevalence of sexual violence in Europe.
R. Kelly 'sexual abuse' tape given to US authorities

R. Kelly 'sexual abuse' tape given to US authorities

A nursing home worker says he found the tape at his home but has "no idea" how it got there.
Galleonosaurus dorisae: New dinosaur discovered in Australia

Galleonosaurus dorisae: New dinosaur discovered in Australia

Based on its teeth, Galleonsaurus would have been a herbivore and belonged to the ornithopod family.
China halts flights using same plane as in Africa crash

China halts flights using same plane as in Africa crash

The move comes a day after an Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max 8 crash killed all 157 people on board.
Kim Jong-nam: Indonesian woman freed in murder case

Kim Jong-nam: Indonesian woman freed in murder case

Siti Aisyah had been accused of smearing a toxic nerve agent on Mr Kim's face in Kuala Lumpur airport.
Burkina Faso - the country where it’s too dangerous to go to school

Burkina Faso - the country where it’s too dangerous to go to school

Jihadist violence and other insecurity in northern Burkina Faso has forced 150,000 children out of classrooms.
Ethiopian Airlines: Boeing faces questions after crash

Ethiopian Airlines: Boeing faces questions after crash

Ethiopian Airlines and China ground all their 737 Max 8s so they can be checked.
Opioid crisis: US schools prepare for student overdoses

Opioid crisis: US schools prepare for student overdoses

Teaching staff in Alabama are being trained in how to use injections to revive pupils.
The Indian artist painting women's breast stories

The Indian artist painting women's breast stories

In India where breasts are meant to be hidden, how did she convince women to bare all?
‘I sold my wedding presents to set up my company’

‘I sold my wedding presents to set up my company’

How tech firm Twilio was able to survive the global financial crisis and grow into a $14bn business.
Saving lives in one of the world's most dangerous cities

Saving lives in one of the world's most dangerous cities

The BBC was given exclusive access to spend a week with ambulance workers in Afghanistan.
Fugitive Taliban leader Mullah Omar 'lived close to US bases'

Fugitive Taliban leader Mullah Omar 'lived close to US bases'

A new book makes the claim about Mullah Mohammed Omar, leader of the Taliban until his death.
Cycling world champion Catlin dies aged 23

Cycling world champion Catlin dies aged 23

Three-time world champion and Olympic silver medallist Kelly Catlin dies aged 23, USA Cycling confirms.