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Chinese viewers watch webcast tour of tiny village museum5h Chinese viewers watch webcast tour of tiny village museum
BBC
A live stream tour of a tiny museum open only one day a week attracts nearly half a million viewers.
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Pakistan: How one girl overcame the armed men who blocked her school6h Pakistan: How one girl overcame the armed men who blocked her school
BBC
Naeema Zehri grew up in a village in Pakistan where armed men stopped her from going to school.
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Michelle Obama and Stephen Fry help drive audiobook boom6h Michelle Obama and Stephen Fry help drive audiobook boom
BBC
Money spent on audiobooks in the UK rose by 43% in 2018, with Michelle Obama leading the way.
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Worst animal cruelty cases to get higher jail terms6h Worst animal cruelty cases to get higher jail terms
BBC
Harsher terms proposed for people found guilty of organising dog fights or neglect of farm animals.
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Have we all underrated the humble pencil?7h Have we all underrated the humble pencil?
BBC
Is it really the miracle product of the free market, as many economists have claimed?
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Revenge porn: Government to review image-based sexual abuse law7h Revenge porn: Government to review image-based sexual abuse law
BBC
Campaigners have called for victims to have the same right to anonymity as other sexual offences.
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7h Sheryl Crow: Universal Studios fire destroyed all my master tapes
BBC
The star says all her master tapes were destroyed in an "apocalyptic" 2008 blaze at Universal Studios.
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12h Brexit: John McDonnell warns Labour must shift policy
BBC
Political correspondent Iain Watson explains what went on at a fractious shadow cabinet meeting.
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13h Trump threatens ‘obliteration’ after Iran suggests he has a ‘mental disorder’
The Guardian
Hassan Rouhani and US president traded insults similar to 2017 clashes between US and North Korea while ramping up sanctions
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15h Europe heatwave: record high of 45C expected in France
The Guardian
Temperature records expected to be broken as minister warns heatwaves could become norm National highest-ever temperature records, typically set in late July or August, are likely to be broken across Europe this week as
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Two arrests over leaked A-level paper15h Two arrests over leaked A-level paper
BBC
Police investigating the leak of an A-level maths paper arrest two people.
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Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield retrial16h Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield retrial
BBC
David Duckenfield denies the gross negligence manslaughter of 95 fans in the 1989 stadium disaster.
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Johnson defends Brexit plan and silence over row18h Johnson defends Brexit plan and silence over row
BBC
He admits to the BBC he would need EU co-operation to avoid a hard Irish border or crippling tariffs in the event of no deal.
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Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield retrial19h Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield retrial
BBC
David Duckenfield denies the gross negligence manslaughter of 95 fans in the 1989 stadium disaster.
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Johnson defends Brexit plan and silence over row23h Johnson defends Brexit plan and silence over row
BBC
He admits to the BBC he would need EU co-operation to avoid a hard Irish border or crippling tariffs in the event of no deal.
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23h Jussie Smollett: Police bodycam noose footage released
BBC
The 37-year-old ex-Empire actor is accused of staging a homophobic and racist attack on himself.
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Southern Water customers to get rebate24h Southern Water customers to get rebate
BBC
The firm's boss says there are "no excuses" for failing to operate its sewage plants properly.
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24h Morgan will not try to stop booing of Smith and Warner
BBC
England captain Eoin Morgan will not try to prevent fans booing Australia's Steve Smith and David Warner during the World Cup match at Lord's.
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Johnson defends Brexit plan and silence over row24h Johnson defends Brexit plan and silence over row
BBC
He admits to the BBC he would need EU co-operation to avoid a hard Irish border or crippling tariffs in the event of no deal.
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News Daily: Johnson interview and royal renovations25h News Daily: Johnson interview and royal renovations
BBC
Your morning briefing for 25 June 2019.
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Rhino release: European parks bring animals to Rwanda25h Rhino release: European parks bring animals to Rwanda
BBC
Five critically endangered rhinos from European zoos are flown to Rwanda to be released into the wild.
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Jeremy Hunt: I would spend £15bn more on defence 24 Jun 11:50pm Jeremy Hunt: I would spend £15bn more on defence
BBC
The Tory leadership candidate says the move would show the UK was "ready to defend its interests".
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Naomi Campbell on diversity, colourism and Windrush 24 Jun 10:11pm Naomi Campbell on diversity, colourism and Windrush
BBC
The supermodel tells the BBC it is still a "big deal" to see a woman of colour on a magazine cover.
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24 Jun 9:04pm Myanmar cuts internet to Rakhine state amid unrest
The Guardian
UN special rapporteur says blackout has led to rights violations and a ‘clearance operation’ was taking place More than a million people in Myanmar’s conflict-ridden Rakhine state have been plunged into an information blackout three days after authorities ordered telecommunications companies to stop providing internet services to the area. Rights groups have condemned the move as threat to civilians’ safety.
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HPV vaccine for boys could cut cancer rates, research suggests 24 Jun 8:21pm HPV vaccine for boys could cut cancer rates, research suggests
BBC
A two-year study of 235 patients in Scotland with head and neck cancer found HPV in 60% of cases.
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Icelanders tire of disrespectful Instagram influencers 24 Jun 7:44pm Icelanders tire of disrespectful Instagram influencers
BBC
Locals are frustrated at a number of cases where influencers have been disrespectful at tourist sites.
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Death in Ice Valley: New clues in Isdal Woman mystery 24 Jun 7:36pm Death in Ice Valley: New clues in Isdal Woman mystery
BBC
A man who may have seen the Isdal Woman on the way to her death; a police officer bitter that the case was shut down - new leads in a 49-year-old puzzle.
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Harry and Meghan taxpayer-funded renovations cost £2.4m 24 Jun 7:36pm Harry and Meghan taxpayer-funded renovations cost £2.4m
BBC
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved into the Windsor property after extensive refurbishment.
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UK stealth fighter jets join fight against Islamic State 24 Jun 7:34pm UK stealth fighter jets join fight against Islamic State
BBC
The stealth planes fly on operational missions over Iraq and Syria for the first time.
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