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US Vice President Mike Pence to meet Turkey's President Erdogan - BBC News
US Vice President Mike Pence to meet Turkey's President Erdogan - BBC News
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Turkey is tonight sending more ground troops to its border, to continue its military offensive in northern Syria. They aim to defeat Kurdish forces, whom they regard as terrorists, and to create a buffer zone to resettle millions of Syrian refugees presently in Turkey. The conflict erupted after Donald Trump withdrew US forces, creating a vacuum in Kurdish-controlled areas - into which Turkey stepped. Today, Syrian government forces - supported by Russia - continued to move to areas once occupied by the Kurds, whom they've now agreed to support. President Trump's action has been widely condemned for altering the balance of power in the region. Tomorrow, US Vice-President Mike Pence will travel to Turkey for talks. Reeta Chakrabarti presents the BBC News at Ten and hears from the BBC's North America Editor Jon Sopel. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Brexit: Talks between the UK Government & EU reach crucial stage- BBC News
Brexit: Talks between the UK Government & EU reach crucial stage- BBC News
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Brexit talks between the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government and the European Union are reaching a crucial stage - and while Downing St remains cautious, there has been increasing speculation that a deal between the two sides may be imminent. The EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier said details must be agreed by the end of Tuesday - with the deadline looming of the EU summit in Brussels on Thursday 17th October. Reeta Chakrabarti presents the BBC News at Ten and hears from the BBC's political editor Laura Kuenssberg and Europe editor Katya Adler. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Men and boys chained up at Nigeria Islamic 'school' - BBC News
Men and boys chained up at Nigeria Islamic 'school' - BBC News
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Police in northern Nigeria have freed 67 people who had been found shackled at an Islamic boarding school, officials say. The pupils, between the ages of seven and 40, told police they had been tortured and abused. Last month, more than 300 male students were freed from a similar boarding school in neighbouring Kaduna state. Islamic boarding schools, known as Almajiris, are common across the mostly-Muslim north of Nigeria. In a statement released on Monday, police said the boys and men were chained and subjected to "inhuman and degrading treatments". Some had been sexually abused. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Knife crime: Inside the London hospital treating the victims - BBC News
Knife crime: Inside the London hospital treating the victims - BBC News
7 days ago
There were almost 15,000 knife crimes recorded in London last year - the highest since records began. Clive Myrie spent several weeks at the Royal London Hospital's trauma unit, where many of the victims are treated. Police forces across England and Wales are battling rising levels of knife crime. New figures show that between 2014 and 2018, offences involving knives in England and Wales increased by more than two-thirds - rising sharply outside London, but with the capital still the most dangerous area. The trauma team at the Royal London Hospital in east London is one of the busiest in Europe, dealing with knife and gun attacks. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Booker Prize shared by Atwood and Evaristo - BBC News
Booker Prize shared by Atwood and Evaristo - BBC News
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Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo have been named the joint winners of the 2019 Booker Prize after the judges broke their rules by declaring a tie. Atwood's The Testaments, the Canadian writer's follow-up to The Handmaid's Tale, was recognised alongside Londoner Evaristo's novel Girl, Woman, Other. The pair will split the literary award's £50,000 prize money equally. The Booker rules say the prize must not be divided, but the judges insisted they "couldn't separate" the two works. Atwood, 79, is the oldest ever Booker winner, while Evaristo is the first black woman to win. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
After years searching, I found my sister next door - BBC News
After years searching, I found my sister next door - BBC News
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Hillary Harris and Dawn Johnson were strangers who shared a driveway - until Hillary made a life-altering discovery. From a young age, Hillary knew she was adopted but later in life couldn't find her biological half-sister, Dawn. She didn't expect her to move in next door, in their Wisconsin suburb. Video by Hannah Long-Higgins Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Brexit dominates Queen's Speech to UK parliament - BBC News
Brexit dominates Queen's Speech to UK parliament - BBC News
2 days ago
Queen Elizabeth II has outlined the UK government's legislative agenda - what laws they plan to introduce in this parliamentary session at the State Opening of Parliament. But this Queen's Speech, the first in over two years, was delivered in the midst of the political and constitutional crisis provoked by Brexit and drafted by a government with no majority in the House of Commons. So there were immediate questions about whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson could deliver this programme -- which included planned measures on crime, health, and delivering Brexit on the 31st October. Opposition parties say that with an election in the offing, the Queen's Speech was a sham. Huw Edwards presents the BBC News at Ten and unravels the day's ceremonial events with the BBC's political editor Laura Kuenssberg and Europe editor Katya Adler. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
A new front in Syria's war - BBC News
A new front in Syria's war - BBC News
2 days ago
The civil war in Syria looks set to enter a new and even more dangerous phase, with government forces on the move to help Kurdish fighters under attack from Turkey. Turkish forces crossed into Syria last week. The Turkish government regards the Kurdish fighters as terrorists, and wants to occupy a buffer zone reaching 20 miles into Syria. The Kurds have now turned to Syria's President Assad for help. And today Syrian government forces entered several towns just south of the border - setting up a potentially dangerous confrontation with Turkey. Huw Edwards presents the latest from Syria on tonight's News at Ten, with contributions from International correspondent Orla Guerin, Middle-East correspondent Quentin Sommerville and Middle-East editor Jeremy Bowen. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Queen's Speech in full: Government's plans set out - BBC News
Queen's Speech in full: Government's plans set out - BBC News
2 days ago
The Queen has said the government's priority "has always been to secure the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union on the 31 October". Delivering the Queen's Speech in the House of Lords, Her Majesty said ministers would also continue to work on new regimes for agriculture, fisheries and trade after Brexit. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Queen's Speech : Black Rod heads to Commons to summon MPs - BBC News
Queen's Speech : Black Rod heads to Commons to summon MPs - BBC News
2 days ago
Firstly however, Sarah Clarke, the first-even female Black Rod - a senior parliamentary official - knocks on the door of the Commons to summon MPs for the Queen’s Speech. As per tradition, she has the door slammed in her face, and has to knock three times to gain entry. Black Rod is the Monarch's representative in the Lords, and this routine is meant to symbolise the independence of Commons from the Crown. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Queen arrives at Parliament - BBC News
Queen arrives at Parliament - BBC News
2 days ago
Having arrived at the Palace of Westminster, the monarch will now head into the Robing Room to prepare for this morning's ceremony. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Queen leaves Buckingham Palace - BBC News
Queen leaves Buckingham Palace - BBC News
2 days ago
The Queen is now leaving Buckingham Palace and travelling up the Mall to Westminster. The coach may look like an antique, but it was actually built in 2010 - mostly in Australia. It has heating inside, which the royals will be grateful of today. The Queen is accompanied by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Queen's Speech: The Crown arrives - BBC News
Queen's Speech: The Crown arrives - BBC News
2 days ago
Outside Parliament, the regalia procession is taking place. The Queen Alexandra State coach, built in 1865, has brought the crown, the cap of maintenance and the sword of state to the Palace of Westminster. These items are normally kept in the Tower of London, but were transferred to Buckingham Palace overnight until being brought to Westminster this morning. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Typhoon Hagibis: Rescuers deployed in wake of deadly storm - BBC News
Typhoon Hagibis: Rescuers deployed in wake of deadly storm - BBC News
2 days ago
Thousands of troops and rescue workers are battling flooding and landslides after the strongest typhoon to hit Japan in 60 years. The storm has killed around two dozen people, with more still missing according to public broadcaster NHK. In central Nagano prefecture, water surrounded Japan's famous bullet trains while helicopters plucked stranded residents from rooftops. A total of 27,000 military troops and other rescue crews have been deployed in relief operations, authorities said. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Japan deploys military after deadly typhoon - BBC News
Japan deploys military after deadly typhoon - BBC News
3 days ago
Japan has deployed tens of thousands of troops and rescue workers after one of the strongest storms in years hit, killing at least 18 people. Typhoon Hagibis made landfall south of Tokyo on Saturday, moving north and bringing severe flooding. Thirteen people are missing from the storm, public broadcaster NHK said. In central Nagano prefecture, water surrounded Japan's famous bullet trains while helicopters plucked stranded residents from rooftops. A total of 27,000 military troops and other rescue crews have been deployed in relief operations, authorities said. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Harry Dunn crash: US diplomat's wife 'devastated' by death - BBC News
Harry Dunn crash: US diplomat's wife 'devastated' by death - BBC News
3 days ago
The US diplomat's wife granted immunity after the crash which killed teenager Harry Dunn is "devastated by the tragic accident", her lawyer has said. Anne Sacoolas's legal representative, Amy Jeffress, said she would "continue to co-operate with the investigation". Mrs Sacoolas, 42, left for the US under diplomatic immunity despite being a suspect in the crash with Mr Dunn, 19, in Northamptonshire on 27 August. But the Foreign Office said, having gone home, she no longer has immunity. A statement issued on behalf of Mrs Sacoolas, whose husband worked at RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire, said: "Anne is devastated by this tragic accident. "No loss compares to the death of a child and Anne extends her deepest sympathy to Harry Dunn's family." Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Japan hit by biggest typhoon in decades - BBC News
Japan hit by biggest typhoon in decades - BBC News
4 days ago
Torrential rain and tornado-like winds are lashing large parts of Japan, as the country endures what could be its worst storm for 60 years. The eye of Typhoon Hagibis made landfall shortly before 19:00 local time (10:00 GMT) in Izu Peninsula, southwest of Tokyo. More than seven million people have been urged to leave their homes amid severe flood and landslide warnings. Train services have been halted, and more than a thousand flights grounded. One man was killed in Chiba, east of Tokyo, when high winds flipped his car. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Syrian refugee children embrace love of Welsh language - BBC News
Syrian refugee children embrace love of Welsh language - BBC News
6 days ago
Syrian refugees Sara and Shadi have been learning about Welsh culture and have fallen in love with their new language. They arrived in Cardigan a year ago and described how, despite family members wanting to return home, they want to stay in Ceredigion. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Why is Turkey bombing the Kurds in Syria? - BBC News
Why is Turkey bombing the Kurds in Syria? - BBC News
5 days ago
Tens of thousands of people have fled their homes in northern Syria, as Turkish forces step up their cross-border offensive on Kurdish-held areas. International clamour has increased for Turkey to halt the attack. The BBC's Martin Patience explains what's behind the conflict. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Protecting Hong Kong's young protesters - BBC News
Protecting Hong Kong's young protesters - BBC News
5 days ago
As Hong Kong's protests deepen, one pastor and a group of mostly Christian volunteers are trying to stop clashes from happening. Protect the Children volunteers put themselves between protesters and police in a bid to mediate. But it's getting more difficult as clashes break out earlier in the demonstrations - and the volunteers have inevitably found themselves drawn into the escalating violence. Video by Tessa Wong and Grace Tsoi. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Trump impeachment: What happened this week? - BBC News
Trump impeachment: What happened this week? - BBC News
5 days ago
This week we heard about a second whistleblower and a US ambassador being blocked from testifying. BBC North America correspondent Anthony Zurcher breaks down the key points from the past seven days. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Iran football: Women attend first match in decades - BBC News
Iran football: Women attend first match in decades - BBC News
5 days ago
Iranian women have attended a World Cup qualifier in Tehran after being freely allowed to enter a stadium for a men's match for the first time in decades. Women have effectively been banned from stadiums when men are playing since just after the 1979 Islamic revolution. The change followed the death of a fan who had set herself alight after being arrested for trying to attend a match. But Amnesty International described the move on Thursday as a "cynical publicity stunt". The human rights organisation said there were only a "token number" of tickets for female fans as it called for all restrictions on female attendance to be lifted. More than 3,500 women bought tickets to Thursday's World Cup qualifier against Cambodia, where they were granted access to a special women's-only section of the Azadi Stadium. The stadium has a capacity of about 78,000. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Turkish forces clash with Kurdish fighters in Syria - BBC News
Turkish forces clash with Kurdish fighters in Syria - BBC News
6 days ago
Around sixty thousand people have fled their homes in North Eastern Syria on the second day of a major air and ground assault by Turkish forces. There's been heavy fighting in the central border region. Some civilians have been killed and dozens more have been injured on both sides of the border. Turkey's President Erdogan regards the Kurdish fighters in Syria as terrorists - he claims more than a hundred have been killed. Turkey is trying to seize land just inside the border to create what it claims is a "safe zone" in Syria to settle some of the millions of Syrian refugees who have fled the eight-year war. Sophie Raworth presents a roundup of the day's news with the BBC's International Correspondent Orla Guerin, Middle East Correspondent Quentin Sommerville and North America Editor Jon Sopel. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar say Brexit deal is possible - BBC News
Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar say Brexit deal is possible - BBC News
6 days ago
The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar have said they can see a pathway to a possible Brexit deal. After more than two hours of talks at a country house on the Wirral - the two leaders said a deal was in everybody's interest. Mr Varadkar said he thought it was still possible that a deal could be done by the end of October - but he declined to say what had changed. Sophie Raworth presents the BBC News at Ten and unravels the day's events with the BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Trump: British IS fighters taken into US custody - BBC News
Trump: British IS fighters taken into US custody - BBC News
6 days ago
Two of the so-called "IS Beatles" have been taken out of Syria to "a secure location controlled by the US", President Donald Trump has said. El Shafee Elsheikh and Alexanda Kotey are accused of being part of an Islamic State group cell which kidnapped and murdered Western hostages in Syria. The pair - who are from London - are in the custody of the American military, according to US media reports. In a tweet, Mr Trump described them as "the worst of the worst". He said the decision to remove them from Syria had been taken "in case the Kurds or Turkey lose control". Turkish forces are stepping up air strikes and a ground offensive, as their incursion into Kurdish-held areas of northern Syria enters a second day. Turkey's military said it had seized designated targets. There are reports of heavy fighting in the central border region, and seven civilian deaths. Tens of thousands of people are reported to be leaving their homes. The assault on Kurdish-led forces, key US allies, follows US President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw US troops. Turkey says it wants to create a "safe zone" on the border for many of the Syrian refugees on its territory. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
President Erdogan threatened to send the refugees to Europe - BBC News
President Erdogan threatened to send the refugees to Europe - BBC News
6 days ago
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened to send the refugees to Europe instead if it characterised the Turkish offensive as an occupation. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog Turkish forces are stepping up air strikes and a ground offensive, as their incursion into Kurdish-held areas of northern Syria enters a second day. Turkey's military said it had seized designated targets. There are reports of heavy fighting in the central border region, and seven civilian deaths. Tens of thousands of people are reported to be leaving their homes. The assault on Kurdish-led forces, key US allies, follows US President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw US troops. Turkey says it wants to create a "safe zone" on the border for many of the Syrian refugees on its territory.
Turkey launches air strikes on Syria border area - BBC News
Turkey launches air strikes on Syria border area - BBC News
6 days ago
Turkey has launched a ground and air offensive on territory held by Kurdish-led forces in northern Syria. Residents began to flee some areas, and plumes of smoke were seen rising from towns near the border. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the operation was to create a "safe zone" cleared of Kurdish militias, which will also house Syrian refugees. The Kurdish-led militias have been key US allies in the fight against the Islamic State group, but Ankara regards them as terrorists because of their links to Kurdish rebels inside Turkey. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
President Trump: The Kurds didn't help us with Normandy - BBC News
President Trump: The Kurds didn't help us with Normandy - BBC News
6 days ago
President Donald Trump told a news conference the Turks and Kurds had "been fighting each other for centuries", and said that Kurdish fighters "didn't help us in the Second World War, they didn't help us with [the D-Day landings in] Normandy". "With all of that being said, we like the Kurds," Mr Trump added. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Syria: Turkish military operation against Kurds - BBC News
Syria: Turkish military operation against Kurds – BBC News
7 days ago
The long-planned Turkish military operation in north-east Syria has been launched. Kurdish forces, which control the area, reported heavy airstrikes and widespread panic. Turkey’s decision was prompted by President Trump’s announcement that US troops would withdraw from the region where thousands of captured Islamic State fighters are being held by Kurdish forces. President Erdogan of Turkey says his aim is to create a so-called 'safe zone', cleared of Kurdish fighters. The Kurds were key allies of America in defeating the Islamic State group and they say they've been betrayed by President Trump. The BBC’s Middle East Correspondent Orla Guerin reports from the Turkish-Syrian border; Middle East Editor Jeremy Bowen analyses the implications for the region; Jon Sopel reports from the White House. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Special sitting for MPs to decide Brexit future - BBC News
Special sitting for MPs to decide Brexit future - BBC News
7 days ago
For the first time in almost 40 years British members of Parliament will sit on a Saturday to try and decide the way forward on Brexit. MPs will be called to Parliament on the 19th October. The session will take place the day after a European Council Summit, where all the European Union Heads of State will gather, and which is widely seen as the last chance to agree a Brexit deal before the deadline of October 31st. In Brussels the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier, said the two sides reaching a deal ahead of this deadline would be “very difficult” but they would continue negotiations. Meanwhile, former Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt told the BBC’s Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg that he feared a catastrophic failure in statecraft from the EU and accused them of failing to understand British politics. Part of the BBC News at Ten’s coverage of Brexit. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Turkey boosts troops to cross Syria border 'shortly' - BBC News
Turkey boosts troops to cross Syria border 'shortly' - BBC News
7 days ago
Correction: The video incorrectly introduces Mr. Ibrahim Kalin as President Erdogan's special Advisor, Mr. Kalin is the Turkish Presidential Spokesman. Turkey has boosted its forces on the Syrian border ahead of a long-threatened incursion that could target Kurdish-led forces allied to the US. Troops would cross into Syria "shortly", a presidential aide said. Turkey wants to create a "safe zone" cleared of a Kurdish militia that will also house some of Turkey's 3.6 million Syrian refugees. Donald Trump has withdrawn US troops in the area in a controversial decision widely condemned at home and abroad. He again defended his move on Tuesday, saying the Kurds had not been abandoned, calling them "special". The Kurds were key US allies in defeating the jihadist group Islamic State (IS) in Syria. But Turkey regards the Kurdish militia that dominates the US-allied Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) as a terrorist group. The US pullout was seen as paving the way for an offensive Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Germany gun attack: Two killed in Halle - BBC News
Germany gun attack: Two killed in Halle - BBC News
7 days ago
At least two people have been killed in a shooting in the eastern German city of Halle, police say. The police said one person had now been arrested, but other suspects are believed to have fled in a vehicle. The shootings took place in the Paulus area. Witnesses had reported one gunman wearing military camouflage and carrying several weapons. A witness told German n-tv news that a gunman in camouflage opened fire with an assault rifle on a Doner kebab shop. "The man came up to the Doner shop, he threw something like a grenade, it didn't explode, and he opened fire with an assault rifle. The man behind me must have died... I hid in the toilet," the witness told a TV reporter near the scene. German media report that shots were also fired near a synagogue in Halle, but the details have not been confirmed. One witness said one attacker had thrown a petrol bomb or grenade over a cemetery wall. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Brexit deal essentially impossible - No 10 source - BBC News
Brexit deal essentially impossible - No 10 source - BBC News
7 days ago
A No 10 source has said a Brexit deal is "essentially impossible" after a call between the PM and Angela Merkel. Boris Johnson and the German chancellor spoke earlier about the proposals he had put forward to the EU - but the source said she made clear a deal based on them was "overwhelmingly unlikely". Mrs Merkel's office said it would not comment on "private" conversations. But the BBC's Adam Fleming said there was "scepticism" within the EU that Mrs Merkel would have used such language. And the EU's top official warned the UK against a "stupid blame game". President of the European Council Donald Tusk sent a public tweet to Mr Johnson, telling him "the future of Europe and the UK" was at stake Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
What is no-deal Brexit? - BBC News
What is no-deal Brexit? - BBC News
7 days ago
If the UK and the EU can't reach an agreement, a no-deal Brexit could happen. So, what does it mean? Reality Check's Chris Morris tackles the terminology. Motion graphics by Jacqueline Galvin. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Inside the Soviet base the Cold War left behind - BBC News
Inside the Soviet base the Cold War left behind - BBC News
8 days ago
It is 30 years since the tumultuous events of 1989, when the Berlin Wall fell, the Iron Curtain lifted and the Soviet Empire began to crumble. As part of a special series of reports on how Russia views 1989, BBC Moscow correspondent Steve Rosenberg has travelled to former East Germany. He took a look inside Wünsdorf, a complex near Berlin that housed tens of thousands of Soviet troops. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
My exposé of a ‘seduction bootcamp’ - BBC News
My exposé of a ‘seduction bootcamp’ - BBC News
8 days ago
BBC reporter Myles Bonnar spent two days on the streets of London with "pick-up" coaches, being encouraged to chat up women and teenagers. In this film, he reveals how it felt to be undercover and how he was almost caught. The "coaches" talked to him for hours about various techniques, including how to overcome the "last-minute resistance" of women to having sex. The "pick-up" coaches record themselves apparently seducing women, and publish their videos online. As a result of the BBC investigation, RUvideos has deleted the channels of Street Attraction and pick-up artist Adnan Ahmed, who was convicted of threatening and abusive behaviour by a court. The London pick-up artists deny any wrongdoing. Reporter - Myles Bonnar Producers - Graham Fraser/BBC Scotland Disclosure Team Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Captain Cook 'visited murder upon our people' - BBC News
Captain Cook 'visited murder upon our people' - BBC News
9 days ago
Captain Cook arrived in New Zealand exactly 250 years ago, leading the first European fleet to reach its shores. New Zealand (or Aotearoa) is marking the anniversary in a big way, but Maori activist Tina Ngata says there is little to celebrate. She says Maori people are disproportionately poor, in jail and discriminated against, and that this all has its roots in New Zealand's colonial past. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Village where babies get a song for a name - BBC News
Village where babies get a song for a name - BBC News
9 days ago
The village of Kongthong in northeast India has a unique tradition going back centuries. Each baby is given a song by its mother for a name. But some fear that the tradition could be lost, as fewer people are using their special tunes to call each other, using mobile phones instead and resorting to their "formal" outside names. Video by Neha Sharma and Aamir Peerzada Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
The teams tackling snakebites in Kenya - BBC News
The teams tackling snakebites in Kenya - BBC News
13 days ago
It’s estimated that a person dies from a snakebite every 5 minutes. Many more end up losing limbs, and consequently their livelihoods. Most victims are some of the poorest people on earth, living in remote areas of South Asia and Sub Saharan Africa. But in Kenya - scientists, health workers and communities have teamed up with researchers from Liverpool in the UK, to try and come up with solutions to help drastically cut deaths and disabilities caused by these ancient killers... Kenya's new snakebite research and intervention centre is the first of its kind in East Africa... and the BBC's global Health correspondent TM was given special access to their work in Kitui Country Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Cocaine and alcohol a 'deadly combination' - BBC News
Cocaine and alcohol a 'deadly combination' - BBC News
16 days ago
Mixing cocaine and alcohol together creates a "deadly combination" which can increase violent and impulsive behaviour, doctors are warning. At least 13 "self-inflicted" deaths happened in a year in England among people who took the two substances, the Victoria Derbyshire programme found. Many, including two contestants on Love Island, took their own lives between April 2018 and March 2019. Coroners have reported seeing a rise in such cases. Victoria Derbyshire programme's Anna Collinson reports. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Iraqi anti-government protesters defy an open-ended curfew - BBC News
Iraqi anti-government protesters defy an open-ended curfew - BBC News
12 days ago
There have been more clashes in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, between security forces and protesters who are demanding action on unemployment and corruption. The protesters defied an open-ended curfew put in place by the prime minister after two days of violence left at least 19 people dead. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Vladimir Putin criticises Greta Thunberg's UN speech on climate change - BBC News
Vladimir Putin criticises Greta Thunberg's UN speech on climate change - BBC News
12 days ago
Russian president, Vladimir Putin, has criticised Greta Thunberg's speech about climate change. Speaking at an energy conference in Moscow, Mr Putin said: "Nobody explained to Greta that the modern world is complicated and complex." Ms Thunberg, 16, gave a speech at the United Nations in New York in September as millions of people joined climate strike protests worldwide. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Bodycam sheds new light on horseback rope arrest - BBC News
Bodycam sheds new light on horseback rope arrest - BBC News
12 days ago
Officials in Texas have released body camera footage of police on horseback arresting a black man with a rope. A photograph of the incident sparked outrage in August. The Galveston Police Department is deciding if the officers will be reprimanded. It says it no longer uses rope for arrests. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Brexit: EU ‘unconvinced’ at Boris Johnson’s proposals - BBC News
Brexit: EU ‘unconvinced’ at Boris Johnson’s proposals - BBC News
13 days ago
The new Brexit proposals unveiled by Boris Johnson have already provoked a wave of scepticism, both at Westminster and across the EU. The Prime Minister’s plan would involve controversial new customs checks on the island of Ireland. The Irish government says it has deep concerns, and the European Council president says he's unconvinced. In Westminster, Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn has called the proposals worse than the ones agreed by former PM Theresa May. BBC News at Ten’s full report from Deputy Political Editor John Pienaar, with Europe Editor Katya Adler, and John Campbell talks to cross-border businesses worried about new regulations. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Donald Trump argues with reporter over Ukraine question - BBC News
Donald Trump argues with reporter over Ukraine question - BBC News
13 days ago
Donald Trump clashed with a journalist during a press conference with Finland's President Sauli Niinistö. Reuters journalist Jeff Mason asked Mr Trump what he wanted Ukrainian President Zelensky "to do about [former] Vice President Joe Biden and his son." Trump refused to answer and kept pressing Mason to ask the Finnish president a question. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn: 'Rehashed version' of May's deal - BBC News
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn: 'Rehashed version' of May's deal - BBC News
13 days ago
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says the PM's proposals are just a "rehashed version" of the withdrawal agreement negotiated by his predecessor, Theresa May, and are actually "worse". He tells MPs: "Deal or no deal, this government's agenda is clear, they want a Trump-deal Brexit... that would crash our economy and rip away the standards that put a floor under people's rights at work [and] protect our environment." He adds: "No Labour MP can support such a reckless agreement that would be used as a spring board to attack standards and rights in this country." Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog Jeremy Corbyn says the response of the EU so far had been "lukewarm" but the business community in Northern Ireland had been loud in their disapproval. "These plans are simply unworkable," says the Labour leader. "What we have before us is not a serious proposal to break the deadlock... it is nothing more than a cynical attempt by the prime minister to shift the blame for his failure to deliver."
Boris Johnson: Brexit plans would 'honour referendum' - BBC News
Boris Johnson: Brexit plans would 'honour referendum' - BBC News
13 days ago
Boris Johnson says his plan for Brexit would "honour the referendum". Addressing the Commons for the first time since his proposals were submitted to the EU, the prime minister said he had always wanted to leave with a deal. But these plans showed a "seriousness of purpose". "It has not delivered everything we wished," says Mr Johnson. "But it is a genuine attempt to bridge the chasm." Mr Johnson says the previous withdrawal agreement "would have permanently anchored the UK within the orbit of EU regulation and customs arrangements". He tells MPs this government has a "different vision". "We have shown great flexibility," he says. "If our EU neighbours chose not to show corresponding willingness to reach a deal then we will leave on 31 October. "It will be a failure of statecraft which all parties would be responsible." Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Boris Johnson or Donald Trump: Who's got it worse? - BBC News
Boris Johnson or Donald Trump: Who's got it worse? - BBC News
13 days ago
The US president is facing an impeachment inquiry while the British prime minister has had a turbulent few weeks. But are things really that bad for the two leaders? Political correspondent, Helen Catt, based in London, and Anthony Zurcher, the BBC's North American correspondent in Washington DC, have been comparing notes. Produced by Bella McShane Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
PM's Brexit offer - BBC News
PM's Brexit offer - BBC News
14 days ago
The UK Prime Minister has unveiled his plans to strike a Brexit deal with the European Union - just two weeks before the crucial EU summit in Brussels. Boris Johnson claimed the UK had compromised and he called on the EU to do the same. The main changes relate to Northern Ireland and would mean new customs checks on goods crossing the border. A highly controversial idea which has already been rejected in principle by the EU. All of this would depend on a future vote by the Northern Ireland Assembly, which is currently suspended. Produced for the BBC News at Ten. Huw Edwards unravels the day’s events with Laura Kuenssberg, John Pienaar, Emma Vardy and Katya Adler. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
The village that confiscates plastic - BBC News
The village that confiscates plastic - BBC News
14 days ago
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has urged people to stop using single-use plastic across the country. While many Indian cities are struggling to deal with plastic waste, one Himalayan village has shown the way in dealing with the problem. Lachun, in the northeastern state of Sikkim, has successfully banned single-use plastic and showcases eco-friendly alternatives. Video by Vikas Pandey and Anshul Verma Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Boris Johnson: No-deal only alternative to Brexit plan - BBC News
Boris Johnson: No-deal only alternative to Brexit plan - BBC News
14 days ago
Boris Johnson says there should be "no doubt" the only alternative to the Brexit proposals he will put to Brussels later is no-deal. Addressing his party conference in Manchester, the PM said his plan would be a "compromise by the UK", but he hoped the EU would "understand that and compromise in their turn". The European Commission said they will "examine [the proposals] objectively". The UK is set to leave the EU on 31 October. The government has insisted it will not negotiate a further delay beyond the Halloween deadline, saying this would be unnecessary and costly for the UK. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
The children in prison for stealing vanilla - BBC News
The children in prison for stealing vanilla - BBC News
14 days ago
Children accused of stealing vanilla beans in Madagascar can spend nearly three years in prison without trial. The island is the world's largest producer of vanilla beans, where a booming industry has led to rising theft. But the conditions for child prisoners can be worrying, with some being given just one meal a day. The BBC’s Southern Africa reporter Pumza Fihlani went to visit Antalaha Prison in Sava, one of Madagascar's biggest vanilla-producing regions. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Hong Kong: Protestor shot as China celebrates 70 years of Communism - BBC News
Hong Kong: Protestor shot as China celebrates 70 years of Communism - BBC News
15 days ago
Britain has called for restraint amid escalating violence in Hong Kong, after a teenage protestor was shot in the chest by a police officer and left in a critical condition. The Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab condemned the use of live ammunition as 'disproportionate'. It's the worst violence in the last four months of protests. The clashes came as China celebrated 70 years of Communist rule with parades and shows of military might. BBC News at Ten’s Rupert Wingfield-Hayes is in Hong Kong, and John Sudworth is in Beijing. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Boris Johnson confirms plans for customs checks in Northern Ireland  - BBC News
Boris Johnson confirms plans for customs checks in Northern Ireland - BBC News
15 days ago
After ten weeks in office, tomorrow Boris Johnson will offer the EU his plan for Brexit. Number Ten insists it is the UK government's final offer and that the UK will leave the EU at the end of the month, despite a law passed in parliament to prevent him doing so without a deal. A major sticking point so far has been resolving the issue of the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland. The UK’s Prime Minister has told the BBC his plan will have to include some customs checks on the island of Ireland after Brexit. Tonight on the BBC News at Ten, Fiona Bruce unravels the day’s events with the BBC’s political editor Laura Kuenssberg, Ireland correspondent Emma Vardy and Europe editor Katya Adler. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Catalonia protesters: 'It feels like we're all being tried' - BBC News
Catalonia protesters: 'It feels like we're all being tried' - BBC News
15 days ago
There are fears of fresh unrest in Catalonia, as it awaits the verdicts of the trials of 12 separatist leaders. They face charges including rebellion and sedition over their involvement in organising the 2017 independence referendum, which the Spanish authorities declared illegal. There were violent clashes between police and protesters two years ago, as the region tried to break away from Spain. Catalonia’s president has said that people will take to the streets if the prisoners are found guilty, and will "vote again" on independence. Jean Mackenzie, Europe Correspondent for BBC Scotland's The Nine, has been to Catalonia, where those on both sides say the trial has left them feeling victimised. Reporter: Jean Mackenzie Filmed/edited by: Andy Smythe Producer: Sara Monetta Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
China celebrates 70 years of communist party rule - BBC News
China celebrates 70 years of communist party rule - BBC News
15 days ago
China is hosting lavish events to mark 70 years since the founding of the People's Republic of China (PRC). On 1 October 1949, Mao Zedong - or Chairman Mao - announced the formation of the PRC, after communist forces won a bloody civil war. Modern China has since developed at an extraordinary pace, but it has also one of the world's most restrictive states. But the celebrations were overshadowed as thousands took to Hong Kong streets, with some violent clashes breaking out. Police fired tear gas and made arrests as people blocked roads, as they protested against what they say is increasing control by Beijing over the territory's society and politics. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Jamal Khashoggi: Mohammed bin Salman denies ordering killing of journalist - BBC News
Jamal Khashoggi: Mohammed bin Salman denies ordering killing of journalist - BBC News
15 days ago
Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman has denied personally ordering the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. But he told CBS News' 60 Minutes that he took "responsibility as a leader in Saudi Arabia" for what happened. Mr Khashoggi was killed in Saudi Arabia's consulate in Turkey on 2 October 2018. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Hong Kong protests: 'I can't say I love China any more' - BBC News
Hong Kong protests: 'I can't say I love China any more' - BBC News
15 days ago
As anti-Beijing protests continue to boil in Hong Kong, one neighbourhood has chosen to embrace China. North Point, which is home to a Fujianese community loyal to the Chinese Communist Party, has seen violent clashes between residents and pro-democracy demonstrators. One North Point local, who is a protester, tells us how his love for China has become much more complicated. Video by Tessa Wong and Grace Tsoi Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Saudi crown prince: Oil attack "hit the heart of the global energy industry" - BBC News
Saudi crown prince: Oil attack "hit the heart of the global energy industry" - BBC News
16 days ago
The Saudi crown prince has warned that oil prices could become "unimaginably high" if the world doesn't act to deter Iran. Saudi Arabia blames Iran for an attack on its oil facilities two weeks ago. But Tehran denies any involvement. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
The sex education circus - BBC News
The sex education circus - BBC News
16 days ago
Performer and educator Jess Herman has come up with a creative way of teaching teenagers about sex - she tours schools with her Sexual Health Circus. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Bihar and Uttar Pradesh: Floods bring chaos - BBC News
Bihar and Uttar Pradesh: Floods bring chaos - BBC News
16 days ago
More than 100 people have died due to flooding caused by heavy rains in the Indian states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, officials have said. Dramatic images of the impact of flood water on urban life have been coming out of the affected areas. Railway traffic, vehicular movement, healthcare services, schools and power supply have been disrupted in both states, officials said. An Uttar Pradesh government report said 93 people have died since Thursday. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
The Displaced: Climate change in Vietnam 'destroying family life' - BBC News
The Displaced: Climate change in Vietnam 'destroying family life' - BBC News
19 days ago
Vietnam is one of the world’s most vulnerable countries to climate change. It’s already having a huge impact on the lives of those in the Mekong Delta, the agricultural heartland of the country and home to 20% of the country’s population. Ashley John-Baptiste went to meet the families living on the frontlines of climate change. Video by Olivia Lace-Evans Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
How one man stopped a rainforest mega-dam - BBC News
How one man stopped a rainforest mega-dam - BBC News
22 days ago
A man who led a successful campaign to stop a mega-dam being built in Borneo's rainforest has been awarded a top environmental prize. Peter Kallang spent years raising awareness of the plans among indigenous communities in the Malaysian state of Sarawak, and the wider world. After a five year campaign the government eventually cancelled the project. Peter has now been honoured with the 2019 Seacology Prize which is awarded to people for protecting island environments. Video produced by Trystan Young and Ly Huong Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Boy with skin-peeling condition sent 18,000 cards - BBC News
Boy with skin-peeling condition sent 18,000 cards - BBC News
23 days ago
Rhys Williams, from Bolton, has epidermolysis bullosa, a painful, life-limiting condition that has left him unable to walk. As he turns 14, his mother has made an appeal for people to send him birthday cards to help improve his mood. He has received 18,000, which he says has made him feel "a lot better". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Biden and Ukraine: What we know about corruption claims - BBC News
Biden and Ukraine: What we know about corruption claims - BBC News
19 days ago
The US President Donald Trump is facing an impeachment inquiry following a conversation with Ukraine's president in which he asked for an investigation into former Vice-President Joe Biden. But what are the allegations against Biden? The BBC's Jonah Fisher explains what we know so far. Video by Abdujalil Abdurasulov Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Inside one of the world's largest licensed brothels - BBC News
Inside one of the world's largest licensed brothels - BBC News
19 days ago
A BBC investigation has found children as young as seven are being groomed to sell sex in one of the world’s largest licensed brothels. Sex work is legal for women over the age of 18 in Bangladesh, but some women in Daulatdia, 100km from Dhaka, say they were forced into prostitution when they were children. A children’s charity is trying to help young people escape by offering education from the age of five and a safe house for those who can afford it. BBC Education & Family Correspondent Frankie McCamley reports. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
President Trump cover-up allegations - BBC News
President Trump cover-up allegations - BBC News
20 days ago
A whistleblower has claimed the White House tried to cover up details of a damning telephone conversation, between Donald Trump and the President of Ukraine. It's alleged that during the call, Mr Trump pushed Volodymyr Zelensky, to investigate Joe Biden, one of the frontrunners hoping to challenge him for the White House, in next year's Presidential election. Democrats in the House of Representatives, have now begun an impeachment inquiry, the process by which an American President, can be removed from office. The BBC’s North America editor Jon Sopel gives his analysis to the BBC News at Ten, presented by Clive Myrie. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Prime Minister Boris Johnson in parliament language row- BBC News
Prime Minister Boris Johnson in parliament language row- BBC News
20 days ago
The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says tempers need to calm down in Parliament, after torrid scenes in the Commons last night. Mr Johnson says he “totally deplores any threats to anybody, particularly female MPs,” but has refused to apologise for his use of language. Several MPs say they've received death threats, and partially blame Mr Johnson's words on Brexit, for fuelling extremist behaviour. The Speaker of the Commons, John Bercow, described the culture within the chamber as "toxic," and said it was the worst atmosphere he had ever witnessed in the House. Clive Myrie looks into the day’s events on the BBC News at Ten with the BBC’s political editor Laura Kuenssberg and political correspondent Alex Forsyth. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
US acting Director of National Security Opening Statement - BBC News
US acting Director of National Security Opening Statement - BBC News
20 days ago
Joseph Maguire, acting Director of National Security, says in opening statement: "The American public expects us to keep them safe. The intelligence community cannot do that without this committee's support. "Before we turn to the matter at hand, there are a few things I would like to say. I am not partisan and I am not political. I believe in a life of service and I am honoured to be a public servant." He says he has served in uniform under eight presidents and taken his oath 11 times. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog Democrats opened an impeachment inquiry against the Republican president on Tuesday, accusing Mr Trump of seeking foreign help in the hope of smearing Mr Biden and of using military aid to Ukraine as a potential bargaining tool. The report's release comes as US lawmakers are beginning to question President Trump's top intelligence official over the issue. Acting national intelligence director Joseph Maguire had initially refused to share the complaint with Congress. President Trump has dismissed the impeachment proceedings as a "hoax" and a "witch-hunt".
Former French president Jacques Chirac dies aged 86 - BBC News
Former French president Jacques Chirac dies aged 86 - BBC News
20 days ago
The BBC's Hugh Schofield describes the varied career of former French president Jacques Chirac who has died aged 86. Mr Chirac served two terms as French president and took his country into the single European currency. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Trump impeachment: Was there quid pro quo? - BBC News
Trump impeachment: Was there quid pro quo? - BBC News
20 days ago
The Trump administration has released details of a phone conversation that has triggered a US impeachment inquiry against the president. There have been accusations that the US president offered aid in return for investigating Biden -a quid pro quo. But did he? BBC's North American correspondent Anthony Zurcher explains. Edited by Shrai Popat Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
The court was wrong Boris Johnson tells MPs - BBC News
The court was wrong Boris Johnson tells MPs – BBC News
21 day ago
Boris Johnson has faced the House of Commons for the first time since his government's defeat in the Supreme Court on Tuesday. There were bad-tempered exchanges as the UK Prime Minister claimed that the judges had been wrong to "pronounce on a political question at a time of great national controversy". The UK's highest court ruled unanimously that Mr Johnson had acted unlawfully when he suspended Parliament for five weeks. The Prime Minister also rejected the Labour Party’s calls for him to resign and challenged opposition parties to agree to a general election. We also report on how the automotive and retails industries have contradicted the government’s claims that they are ready for a no-deal Brexit. Presented by Huw Edwards with reports from Laura Kuenssberg, John Pienaar, Faisal Islam and Lucy Manning. Produced for the BBC News at Ten. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn: Government is failing people of Britain - BBC News
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn: Government is failing people of Britain - BBC News
21 day ago
Boris Johnson's statement "was like his illegal shutting down of Parliament", Corbyn says. "Null, of no effect, and should be quashed". He adds the PM's words were "ten minutes of bluster". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog "This government is failing the people of Britain and the people of Britain know it," says Jeremy Corbyn He says the government has failed - including on climate change and for not saving Thomas Cook.
Boris Johnson says Supreme Court 'wrong' over Parliament suspension - BBC News
Boris Johnson says Supreme Court 'wrong' over Parliament suspension - BBC News
21 day ago
Boris Johnson has told MPs the Supreme Court was "wrong to pronounce on a political question at a time of great national controversy". The UK's highest court ruled Mr Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament was unlawful - prompting opposition calls for him to resign. The PM was forced to cut short his visit to the UN in New York to explain his legal defeat to the Commons. Jeremy Corbyn said he should "have done the honourable thing and resigned". But Mr Johnson goaded the Labour leader and other opposition parties to "finally face the day of reckoning with the voters" in a general election. Labour and the SNP have refused to do that until a no-deal Brexit has been taken off the table. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Hundreds injured in deadly Pakistan earthquake - BBC News
Hundreds injured in deadly Pakistan earthquake - BBC News
21 day ago
An 5.8 magnitude earthquake has killed dozens of people and destroyed buildings in the east of the country. The quake's epicentre was close to the city of Mirpur, in Pakistan-administered Kashmir. Pakistan's military said "aviation and medical support" teams had been dispatched to the area. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Speaker welcomes MPs back to their 'place of work' - BBC News
Speaker welcomes MPs back to their 'place of work' - BBC News
21 day ago
The Speaker John Bercow starts by "welcoming MPs back to their place of work" - a greeting cheered by many in the chamber. He goes on to say the record will be corrected to show that Parliament was not prorogued and was merely adjourned on 9 September. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog Mr Bercow goes on to thank the Commons staff for their hard work in allowing Parliament to reconvene at such short notice. He explains why there will be no Prime Minister's Questions but points out that there will be a number of ministerial statements. This is the cue for the SNP's Joanna Cherry to ask Attorney General Geoffrey Cox to make a statement on the legal advice about the suspension of Parliament.
Donald Trump: Boris Johnson 'is not going anywhere' - BBC News
Donald Trump: Boris Johnson 'is not going anywhere' - BBC News
21 day ago
Boris Johnson "is not going anywhere", Donald Trump has said, following the Supreme Court ruling that the prime minister's decision to suspend Parliament was unlawful. The two leaders were talking to reporters amid calls for Mr Johnson to resign. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Johnson faces resignation calls over 'unlawful' Parliament suspension - BBC News
Johnson faces resignation calls over 'unlawful' Parliament suspension - BBC News
22 days ago
Supreme Court: The highest court in the United Kingdom has delivered a devastating ruling for Boris Johnson and his government. Eleven justices of the UK Supreme Court agreed unanimously that the Prime Minister's decision to ask the Queen to suspend Parliament for 5 weeks was unlawful. The judges took the view that the suspension was designed to frustrate Parliament from scrutinising the government as the Brexit deadline approaches. And they declared that the suspension had had an extreme effect on our democracy. The House of Commons will now resume its business on Wednesday morning. Boris Johnson who's been in New York at the United Nations says he 'strongly disagrees' with the ruling. His opponents, including Labour's Jeremy Corbyn, have called on him to resign. Huw Edwards unravels today’s events on the BBC News at Ten with the BBC’s political editor Laura Kuenssberg, home editor Mark Easton, legal correspondent Clive Coleman, Scotland correspondent Lorna Gordon and political correspondent Alex Forsyth. #SupremeCourt #BBCNews Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Boris Johnson: 'This is a verdict that we will respect' - BBC News
Boris Johnson: 'This is a verdict that we will respect' - BBC News
22 days ago
Boris Johnson has said he respects but disagrees with the Supreme Court ruling that his decision to suspend Parliament was unlawful. Speaking in New York, the prime minister vowed to "get on and deliver Brexit on 31 October". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Supreme Court: Speaker says Parliament must convene after ruling - BBC News
Supreme Court: Speaker says Parliament must convene after ruling - BBC News
22 days ago
Commons Speaker John Bercow welcomed the ruling and said Parliament "must convene without delay", adding that he would now consult party leaders "as a matter of urgency". Mr Bercow said MPs needed to return "in light of the explicit judgement", and he had "instructed the House of Commons authorities to prepare... for the resumption of business" from 11:30 BST on Wednesday. He said prime minister's questions - which normally takes place on a Wednesday - would not go ahead, though, because Mr Johnson was in New York for a UN summit. However, Mr Bercow said there would be "full scope" for urgent questions and ministerial statements. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament was unlawful, the Supreme Court has ruled. Mr Johnson suspended - or prorogued - Parliament for five weeks earlier this month, but the court said it was wrong to stop MPs carrying out duties in the run-up to Brexit on 31 October. Supreme Court president Lady Hale said "the effect on the fundamentals of democracy was extreme." Downing Street said it was "currently processing the verdict".
Supreme Court: Suspending Parliament was unlawful, judges rule - BBC News
Supreme Court: Suspending Parliament was unlawful, judges rule - BBC News
22 days ago
Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament was unlawful, the Supreme Court has ruled. Mr Johnson suspended - or prorogued - Parliament for five weeks earlier this month, saying it was to allow a Queen's Speech to outline his new policies. But the UK's highest court said it was wrong to stop Parliament carrying out its duties. The court's president, Lady Hale, said: "The effect on the fundamentals of our democracy was extreme." Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Trapped  between Trump's wall and Mexico's cartels - BBC News
Trapped between Trump's wall and Mexico's cartels - BBC News
22 days ago
Thousands of people are stuck on the Mexican side of the US border after changes in policy have made it more difficult for asylum seekers to enter the US. The Trump administration says these policies are working to stop migration on its southern border and that Mexico is responsible for their safety. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog But could its policies be putting thousands of people in direct danger? The BBC's Population Reporter Stephanie Hegarty went to the border to find out. Names in this piece have been changed. Video journalist: Rod Macleod. Editor: Owen Kean.
Artist captures how humans are reshaping the planet - BBC News
Artist captures how humans are reshaping the planet - BBC News
23 days ago
Edward Burtynsky travels the world trying to capture striking images of humanity's impact on the planet, from the fossil-like shapes left behind by drills in a potash mine to the luminescent colours of lithium ponds. The Canadian photographic artist has spent 40 years focusing on large-scale human activities such as mining, quarrying, agriculture and deforestation - but he says he doesn't see himself as an environmentalist. His latest project, Anthropocene, is a collaboration with film-makers Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier, exploring the idea proposed by some scientists that a geological epoch shaped by human activity has begun. It includes a travelling exhibition, a book and feature-length documentary, which was premiered last year in Canada and goes on theatrical release in the US next week. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog Images: Edward Burtynsky, courtesy of Flowers Gallery, London / Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto Video by Heather Sharp and Laura Foster
Corbyn wins crunch Labour conference Brexit vote  - BBC News
Corbyn wins crunch Labour conference Brexit vote - BBC News
23 days ago
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn won the support of party members for his Brexit plan, as they voted to support his stance to stay neutral while negotiating a new deal. But there was confusion as the votes were called. The BBC’s Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg has been in Brighton at the party conference. And the BBC's Economics Editor Faisal Islam assesses Labour's economic pledges. Part of BBC News at Ten coverage. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Hong Kong protests: China flag trampled in mall unrest - BBC News
Hong Kong protests: China flag trampled in mall unrest - BBC News
23 days ago
Activists in Hong Kong have desecrated a Chinese flag and vandalised a shopping centre on the 16th straight weekend of anti-government protests. The unsanctioned rally at the New Town Plaza started on a small scale and peacefully. Video footage then showed a Chinese flag being trampled by protesters before being carried out and thrown into a river. The BBC's Stephen McDonell surveyed the damage at the New Town Plaza in Sha Tin as riot police arrived. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Warli tribe: 'We are India's soul, don't kill us' - BBC News
Warli tribe: 'We are India's soul, don't kill us' - BBC News
23 days ago
Rajesh Wangad's tribe has used art to tell their stories for generations, living in harmony with the natural world around them. But this way of life in western India is at threat of being wiped out forever. So, using a combination of ancient skills and modern technology, he is fighting to save his home and art from being swept away by India's rapid modernisation. This film is based on his artwork and his story. Concept and direction: Vikas Pandey. Field producer: Janhavee Moole Built in Google Tilt Brush Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
The Displaced: The African country that welcomes refugees - BBC News
The Displaced: The African country that welcomes refugees - BBC News
24 days ago
Uganda is home to around 1.3m refugees - that's the largest number of refugees in any country in Africa, and the third largest in the world. Behind these huge numbers are conflicts in neighbouring countries the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan. More than 90% of Uganda's refugees come for these two countries. But instead of fighting the tide of displacement, Uganda has become renowned for its welcoming refugee policies. The BBC's Ashley John-Baptiste met some of the refugees trying to make a home for themselves in the north of the country. In 2018 - more than 35,000 people were forced to flee their homes every day - that's one every two seconds. This story is part of a BBC News series, called "The Displaced" - a selection of stories exploring the human impact of this movement, and how it is changing our world. Video by Rachael Thorn and Olivia Lace-Evans Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Trump praises Modi at ‘historic’ Texas rally - BBC News
Trump praises Modi at ‘historic’ Texas rally - BBC News
24 days ago
US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi exchanged warm words of friendship in Texas at a rare mass rally for a foreign leader. Around 50,000 people gathered for what Mr Trump called a "profoundly historic event" on Sunday in Houston. The "Howdy, Modi!" event was billed as one of the largest ever receptions of a foreign leader in the US. Mr Modi, however, may face a frostier reception at the UN General Assembly. He is likely to face criticism over tensions in Indian-administered Kashmir, which he stripped of its special status last month, promising to restore the region to its "past glory". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Saudi Arabia oil attacks: A look at the damage - BBC News
Saudi Arabia oil attacks: A look at the damage - BBC News
24 days ago
Air strikes hit the Abqaiq oil facility and the Khurais oil field in Saudi Arabia a week ago, affecting the global oil supply. The BBC's Frank Gardner had a look inside the damaged facilities in an area normally closed off from journalists. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Human chain rescues stranded dolphins - BBC News
Human chain rescues stranded dolphins - BBC News
24 days ago
The 14-person strong wall encouraged the dolphins to sea after being stranded in a canal in St. Petersburg in Florida for days. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Afghanistan conflict: The young face of a brutal war - BBC News
Afghanistan conflict: The young face of a brutal war - BBC News
26 days ago
This week the BBC released new research on the conflict in Afghanistan - tracing every conflict-related death in the month of August. According to the data that was gathered, on average, more than a dozen civilians died every day. The BBC spent a month visiting one of the country's busiest hospitals in the southern city of Kandahar. Secunder Kermani reports. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Findings of BBC report on kids in care 'a scandal' - BBC News
Findings of BBC report on kids in care 'a scandal' - BBC News
26 days ago
The findings of a BBC News investigation into the failure to protect children living in unregulated homes are a “scandal” - that’s according to Dame Louise Casey. Dame Louise - who led the investigation into Rotherham Council after hundreds of girls were sexually exploited in the towns - says regulation is needed immediately for homes providing support to children over the age of 16. On Wednesday, BBC News revealed that there have been over a dozen investigations have been launched into so-called "organised and complex abuse" in England and Wales in the last four years involving unregulated homes. The government in England says “children in care or those leaving care, including older children, deserve to be kept safe”. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog Reporter: Ed Thomas. Producer: Noel Titheradge. Camera and editor: Adam Walker.
Sandy Hook shooting parents release haunting anti-violence ad - BBC News
Sandy Hook shooting parents release haunting anti-violence ad - BBC News
26 days ago
As US students prepare to return to school, parents of children killed in the Sandy Hook mass shooting have released a hard-hitting new anti-violence video. The haunting video from Sandy Hook Promise, a non-profit organisation led by the families of the children killed in Newtown, shows how "back to school essentials" can be used to survive a school shooting. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
The cheat hackers 'ruining' gaming for others - BBC News
The cheat hackers 'ruining' gaming for others - BBC News
28 days ago
Hackers around the world, often teenagers, are making thousands by creating and selling games cheats to a growing market. The most recent survey suggests that around a third of gamers admit to using them to improve their chances online. Cyber-security reporter Joe Tidy went to play a game with a cheat hacker to find out how the 17-year-old makes thousands of dollars a month through his underground business. Last week, in China, four alleged hackers were arrested for similar offences. Cyber-security reporter: Joe Tidy Video journalist: Harriet Bradshaw Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Saudi ambassador to the UK: Saud Al-Qahtani is being investigated - BBC News
Saudi ambassador to the UK: Saud Al-Qahtani is being investigated - BBC News
27 days ago
The drone attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil installations are an attack on the "whole world" and its economy, according to the newly appointed Saudi ambassador to London. Prince Khalid Bin Bandar Al-Saud told the BBC's Frank Gardner that Iran was most likely behind the attack. He also called last year’s murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Al-Khashoggi by Saudi government agents "a stain" on Saudi Arabia and defended his country’s role in the war in Yemen. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
David Cameron: Palace ‘displeasure’ at former PM - BBC News
David Cameron: Palace ‘displeasure’ at former PM - BBC News
27 days ago
Buckingham Palace has expressed displeasure after the former Prime Minister David Cameron revealed that he sought the Queen's help during the Scottish independence referendum campaign. In a BBC documentary, Mr Cameron said that in 2014 he had asked if the Queen could intervene because he was concerned Scotland was going to vote for independence. The Queen later urged people to 'think very carefully' about the future. Another former Conservative Prime Minister is also in the spotlight, as Sir John Major’s lawyers tell the Supreme Court that the current PM, Boris Johnson, was ‘dishonest’ about his reasons for suspending Parliament. Mr Johnson says progress is being made in Brexit talks with the EU. BBC News at Ten’s coverage with Royal Correspondent Nicholas Witchell, Home Editor Mark Easton, and Europe Editor Katya Adler. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Israel election: Netanyahu urges rival Gantz to join unity government - BBC News
Israel election: Netanyahu urges rival Gantz to join unity government - BBC News
27 days ago
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called on his centrist rival Benny Gantz to form a unity government, after the country's second election in a year ended in deadlock. Local media say both men's parties failed to win enough votes on Tuesday to build a coalition with a majority. Mr Gantz's party appeared to rebuff the prime minister's proposal. He has previously ruled out joining a coalition led by Mr Netanyahu, who faces possible corruption charges. At a ceremony in Jerusalem on Thursday, President Reuven Rivlin welcomed the prime minister's "important call". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Tank launched into air by chemical factory blast - BBC News
Tank launched into air by chemical factory blast - BBC News
27 days ago
A blast caused by a fire at a chemical factory in Istanbul sent a metal tank flying into the air and injured two fire fighters. Several people were affected by fumes, but there were no reported fatalities. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Justin Trudeau 'brownface': 'I should have known better' - BBC News
Justin Trudeau 'brownface': 'I should have known better' - BBC News
27 days ago
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau has apologised for wearing skin-darkening make-up at an Arabian Nights-themed gala. Mr Trudeau was attending a party at the West Point Grey Academy in Vancouver, and a photo showing him in "brownface" was published in the institution's 2001 yearbook. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Supreme Court: Second day of legal prorogation battle - BBC News
Supreme Court: Second day of legal prorogation battle - BBC News
27 days ago
The legal battle over the suspension of Parliament has finished for a second day at the Supreme Court. The government's lawyer, Sir James Eadie QC, said it was not for the courts to "design a set of rules" over prorogation as it was a political matter. But Aidan O'Neill QC, on behalf of campaigners against the move, said it was used "for an improper purpose". Boris Johnson prorogued Parliament earlier this month for five weeks. The prime minister said it would allow him to hold a Queen's Speech on 14 October to outline his new policies for the coming year. But critics say his intention was to silence MPs and stop them scrutinising his plans in the run-up to the Brexit deadline on 31 October. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Saudis say weapons prove Iran behind oil attacks - BBC News
Saudis say weapons prove Iran behind oil attacks - BBC News
27 days ago
Saudi Arabia's defence ministry has shown off what it says is wreckage of drones and cruise missiles that prove Iranian involvement in weekend attacks on two oil facilities. It said 18 drones and seven cruise missiles were fired from a direction that ruled out Yemen as a source. Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi rebels had said they were behind the attacks. Iran has denied any involvement and warned it would retaliate against any attack that targeted it. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Robin Mantell
Robin Mantell - 34 seconds ago
When hopelessness comes on a person, at that period you see no way out. The brain seems to go blank, the fear comes & death seems the only solution, especially in ones teen years. It is not from one problem at the time it seems endless problems. The panic is indescribable terror. I have been there and thankfully I received help, it took years. To those who do not understand & have not experienced it, please do not say it is selfish or inconsiderate & etc. calling it Named. There is no name to it. It is an illness. Maybe this will help some who do not understand.
Thomas Heath
Thomas Heath - Minute ago
I really hope AOC doesn’t have kids
Montello 90
Montello 90 - Minute ago
Trump said in an articles they said turks didnt help us at Normandy. Who wrote the article is the point. He fooled you all again.
Brazzybabiii Tv
Brazzybabiii Tv - 2 minutes ago
Most of the comments are 7th graders doing my perspective work😂
Channel 2
Channel 2 - 2 minutes ago
TO BBC WORLDWIDE. I suggest you make a docu or film about Gideon Francis who is claiming to be one of 3 modern Wise Men who interprets asteroid Apophis as modern star of Bethlehem. Search youtube STAR OF BETHLEHEM 2029
Magatism
Magatism - 2 minutes ago
Thid isn't Syrian civil war, this is Turkish Civil war in Syrian territory.
UZIMike !
UZIMike ! - 2 minutes ago
Deal with it! We're out!
moshtaq sadek
moshtaq sadek - 2 minutes ago
idioooooooooooooot
moshtaq sadek
moshtaq sadek - 3 minutes ago
u r so stubet
Abu Hurairah
Abu Hurairah - 4 minutes ago
Good job Turkey. giving the refugees their right to return to Syria with dignity, protecting national security and not occupying others land like that of US and EU. And Turkey is not doing this Illegally. There is a agreement called "Adana agreement" Between Syria and Turkey which western media never mention. I salute Erdogan.
Epic Saoul
Epic Saoul - 8 minutes ago
He tells her to be “more realistic” so yes this is a critic, but a constructive critic, (critics are not only mean critics you know ?) Ps: every countries should work together for environment and when he says things like that, he’s not helpful
Dennis Hill
Dennis Hill - 8 minutes ago
We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender, and if, which I do not for a moment believe, this island or a large part of it were subjugated and starving, then our Empire beyond the seas, ...
Goldhammer
Goldhammer - 10 minutes ago
Rite on Vlad ♾
Fábio Quadros Neves
Fábio Quadros Neves - 11 minutes ago
A CHINA SE TORNOU CAPITALISTA ANTES DESSE EPISÓDIO..E ADMINISTRADO PELO PCCh
Jahaziel Gutierrez
Jahaziel Gutierrez - 13 minutes ago
Ignorance is a bliss for those who are ignorant. Trump supporters proudly show it.
M A
M A - 16 minutes ago
What a load of state of the art British Broadcasting Bull Shit. Heavily biased propaganda. The acknowledged terrorist group is just that and no not merely some collective of Kurds. Say it how it is and make a little mention of the massive loss of life in Turkey due to these terrorists. Bizarre how the UK has the audacity to put sanctions on Turkey and act holier than thou whilst supplying arms to a Saudi dictatorship to bomb thousands in Yemen.
Angelo O'Klonis
Angelo O'Klonis - 19 minutes ago
It’s not surprising at all! History teaches us that you can’t negotiate with dictators and bullies. Seems that many is European politicians including Westminster and remainders throughout Europe have forgotten the lessons of Munich! The EU Prison Wardens are dictators and bullies. Let us all recall the fact that they billed PM May to accept the Surender Treaty. These EU dictators bulled Geek and Italian prime ministers like former Greek PM Tsipras to ignore the anti austerity referendum after 17 hours of bulling. There is no other way except from Brexit, Irexit, Grexit, Italexit, Spain exit, Portugal exit, etc with Munich type treaties or treasonous treaties like the infamous Surrender Treaty!
Daniel Edmonds
Daniel Edmonds - 21 minute ago
China doesnt have a government. It has a mafia.
Arcade Alchemist
Arcade Alchemist - 21 minute ago
Corbyn is too stupid and closed-minded and HATEFUL like the whole of labour. they do not UNDERSTAND how sacrifice and compromise work you can't TAX THE SHIT OUT OF THE WEALTHY BECAUSE YOU KILL THE WEALTH LOW TAX IS THE ONLY WAY TO lift the poor out of poverty NOT TAX THE WEALTHY AND GIVE HANDOUTS TO THE POOR
James
James - 24 minutes ago
The Queen talking about criminals spending longer time in jail, is like a billionaire sitting in a sold gold chair talking about charity for the poor....that's a clone by the way, the real Q is a fugitive for crimes against humanity - grandma's going to jail
Lynn
Lynn - 25 minutes ago
BS we started shit in 2017 and in 2018
Angel Of Division
Angel Of Division - 25 minutes ago
The sweet suffering.
Belgasem Aboshnaf
Belgasem Aboshnaf - 29 minutes ago
Fuck her
Angel Of Division
Angel Of Division - 30 minutes ago
Ah the shear beauty of it.
Yami S.
Yami S. - 30 minutes ago
Guess what? How the student leaders can escape overseas safely? Moreover, is any "dictator' would be so stupid to let the western media report freely?
Omar Dumbuya
Omar Dumbuya - 30 minutes ago
Not mali because mali they don't speak English
Ryan Goble
Ryan Goble - 32 minutes ago
Why am I going to listen to an old hag with saggy tits wearing a crown?
Good boy the rooster
Good boy the rooster - 34 minutes ago
Britain made it's wealth out of those black people slave trade.
Jeffrey Romero
Jeffrey Romero - 35 minutes ago
Sounds like World War 3? Trump just made America look weak and look bad. The whole world is watching!
musicguy20
musicguy20 - 36 minutes ago
Any other countries want to help us Americans topple this useless idiot 🤦🏻‍♂️
Michele Lyn
Michele Lyn - 36 minutes ago
The eu get no o reviews no pushback nothing from the media
Melissa jones
Melissa jones - 41 minute ago
That crown, while talking about Broadband. The clash of ages.
ghetso girl
ghetso girl - 41 minute ago
Yep, Pence is going to teach the Turks how to make an Indiana style ghetto like Gary, or South Bend or Kokomo. It is nice to see all those tax free churches between the run down burned out crack houses. Gotta love the Ex Gov. His preying really helped the blight sprout more weeds.
The Jonah Project
The Jonah Project - 42 minutes ago
wow, the dedication and passion to leave it all behind is very admirable. Interesting that they brush before they sit and close their mouth so not even microorganisms will be killed. What about all the microorganisms that are killed every day in your digestive system, the ones that are on your skin/body, is that not killing?
Adolph Dupree
Adolph Dupree - 43 minutes ago
She let the world know that she is Queen and her word is to be obeyed and that’s it. You may think you have a democratic country. “Don’t you think”. The next deal Boris presents they all will accept. Period. She even wore the big necklace.
Paul Jr G
Paul Jr G - 44 minutes ago
Lying detector going crazy!!!
T D
T D - 46 minutes ago
if you put all the Government and MOD and Royal Private and Crown owned estates and even the Church of England's land the Queen is the biggest Owner of Scottish land has the Crown is the state and Head of the Church of England
tgone23
tgone23 - 47 minutes ago
"Bring troops back home"? Saudi Arabia didn't help in Normandy, moron. Your sending troops to Iraq and Saudi Arabia. You turned our military into a militia. Get fuc@ed.
I'm in my mojo
I'm in my mojo - 48 minutes ago
Germany protect yourselves from these migrants! Deutschland für uns, Deutschland für die Deutschen.
The Truth Is Real
The Truth Is Real - 49 minutes ago
Bruh I laughed at just the title
Shahist Filozof
Shahist Filozof - 49 minutes ago
There will be a huge mistake to give brits a deal! Brits voted to leave and we in eu should show them the door! No deal! With deal mean british interference arent we Europeans have not learned that britan does not have place in our wonderfull union?? Give them no deal will be the right move! Eu will be much better with out uk! We will have clear vision of the future wich was never possible with brits in! Eu is about sharing brits cant understand that cause they want to rule! Therefore I strongly believe that the deal will be a huge mistake! Kick them out!!
tgone23
tgone23 - 50 minutes ago
Not going to change a damn think. Pence is a wet noodle.
Double X_X
Double X_X - 51 minute ago
They sucked eachothers cocks
Osman Ertuğrul Tekbaş
Osman Ertuğrul Tekbaş - 52 minutes ago
BBC doesnt even talk about deaths of civilians in Turkeys side. Those so called western allies have been shelling randomly to the civil areas near the border. YPG killed 18 civilian one of them was a 9 months old baby. This is pure propaganda. classic western mainstream media
N2Deep 1eighty7
N2Deep 1eighty7 - 53 minutes ago
Fuck the police
MrSparklespring
MrSparklespring - 55 minutes ago
It is not 'regime' a biased term. It is the legal government of Syria!
we are turks
we are turks - 55 minutes ago
but we helped u in Korea en we are protecting Afghanistan airport as a nato what u want usa from us?from u stupid acting we are friends with russia thats what u want?of course u used us for cold war now finish he i hate Amerika politic
C A
C A - 57 minutes ago
F the opposition!
gary proffitt
gary proffitt - 58 minutes ago
Russian intelligence are spying and infiltrating American Society...
Fiore Deutchmark
Fiore Deutchmark - 58 minutes ago
Anyone else think it’s weird we have such close ties to a country that committed genocide and still denies it? The Turkish are a horrible people that seek the annihilation of anyone who surrounds them they don’t like. They are facist and we should be levelling the harshest possible international sanctions against them.
Wally Wally
Wally Wally - Hour ago
Turkey has had enough of Syrian refugees, now it's time to go home and Putin is not happy about it that's why Russia immediately claim the umaned American post, and Russia is now responsible of all terrorists that are captured by the kerds and American's, let's see what will happen.
Alex ander
Alex ander - Hour ago
England pls take this mobs and give them the citizenships . they are not chinese , and als chinese we also dont accept that they are chinese , they are the shame of our society 1
Kelvin Academy
Kelvin Academy - Hour ago
Two of such schools in Northern states of Kaduna and Katsina discovered... There could be many others not yet known.
o
o - Hour ago
Why the fuk do they keep having kids then if they cant feed themselves stupid uneducated fuks they need a airdrop of condoms
P. W.
P. W. - Hour ago
Wow! You're truly a 'storyteller' young lady! Very detailed, informative story that intertwines both countries. You're indeed British but you're also a 'daughter of the Jamaican soil'!! Keep strong!!!💕💯
moldvox
moldvox - Hour ago
Fuck putin, fuck capitalism, fuck conservatives, fuck all the worlds military. Fuck the worlds inability to work together peacefully. Fuck the global elite. Fuck anyone who doesn't see that the world is fucked.
jodonbaker43
jodonbaker43 - Hour ago
The bbc arse lickers are hoping there is a deal sorry to burst your propaganda bubble. We are out with a no deal.
joaquin rojas
joaquin rojas - Hour ago
Mexican drug cartels make this boys look like boy scouts lol
MrMagnusFogg
MrMagnusFogg - Hour ago
At 2:20 he's whispering for no reason at all, while walking nonchalantly for everybody to see...I really hate this kind of induced emotions...goodbye.
gary proffitt
gary proffitt - Hour ago
Corrupt people in the White House { The Moscow Times }
Thomas Heath
Thomas Heath - Hour ago
Anyone who would give there guns to the government are slaves
Jeremiah Lim
Jeremiah Lim - Hour ago
Very very big Chinese waiting to hammer GBP...Keep very close watch
Laura Tulloch
Laura Tulloch - Hour ago
Gorgeous story!
Eagle 23
Eagle 23 - Hour ago
Boris is one knob head just like that fatty that rules America
carr16k
carr16k - Hour ago
It's amazing how I am unable to find a single news report by the mainstream western media on the hk police who was slashed on the neck by one of the protester. It shows how bias and selective news are disseminated to the western public to achieve their own agenda; ie. to support pro democracy protest in the country. The ironic thing is, the western media always condemn the censorship rights in china, when they are in fact doing the same thing. Seriously, they should stop their nonsense and hypocrisy, and be more open minded in accepting other countries way of governing.
Pól O'Giollagain
Pól O'Giollagain - Hour ago
DUPED
Poke Hunter
Poke Hunter - Hour ago
Police slashed in the neck, homemade bomb, petrol bombs, burnt down shops, the whole subway network had to be shut down for days due to heavy damages. I would think that will be called TERRORISM in UK not Pro-democracy! www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/politics/article/3032714/flash-mob-protests-flare-across-hong-kong-groups-smash
Jon Hermosa
Jon Hermosa - Hour ago
You’ve got the most stupid president ever in the history of the yank’s. This guy have no “words of honor.” Except money pa more 😂😂
AMERICA FUCK YEAH
AMERICA FUCK YEAH - Hour ago
Hahaha old cooche
knowitallll
knowitallll - Hour ago
I would be ashamed to be her mother
MB
MB - Hour ago
I love you Russia
Elizabeth Brower
Elizabeth Brower - Hour ago
I’m so glad I don’t live I. Tucson anymore. Those trailers get hot if you have no AC
Hussain M
Hussain M - Hour ago
They won't get back to home untill they achive their goal.. Kurdish nation should be punished like this
Ma Jack
Ma Jack - Hour ago
real fans🐸🐸
Dylan Thurston
Dylan Thurston - Hour ago
Has he ever addressed this video?
ko lee
ko lee - Hour ago
The Russians directed the scene.
Glenn Verdeyen
Glenn Verdeyen - Hour ago
I love this psycho. We can hold hands 🤘
Korinna Beckenbauer
Korinna Beckenbauer - Hour ago
Reading the comments is making me SO glad I'm not muslim
Joal Datuin
Joal Datuin - Hour ago
Good choice for kurds. Now, USA is making more enemies. Remember Rome.
Saleem Latif
Saleem Latif - Hour ago
Want Turkey True News! YA Ali YA Ali!!
Belgasem Aboshnaf
Belgasem Aboshnaf - Hour ago
Piece of shit
Raul the gam3R
Raul the gam3R - Hour ago
Video...
M. Numi
M. Numi - Hour ago
so sad that this beautiful tradition and dance is dying out. Spain should cherish it and not let globalization effect it
m.y. o.
m.y. o. - Hour ago
All taksk are on Norhern Ireland border problem. Poor Scotland nobody cares what they think.
Sham.tv
Sham.tv - Hour ago
Tum loug warho gay
Oliver Read
Oliver Read - Hour ago
What a ridiculous circus act and waste of tax payers money. Brexit is a few weeks away and we get a show with a crown on a pillow from an out of date monarchy. What complete bollocks
David Shaw
David Shaw - Hour ago
Brexiteers will vote for this deal as they're scared of another referendum ('the will of the people') which would come back remain.
Jcrd
Jcrd - Hour ago
It's 2019 this shit is a bit silly no?
abdirahin dahir
abdirahin dahir - Hour ago
2030 the talk is ongoing a deal is possible, ohh May god when this brexit will be sorted.
semaj epits
semaj epits - Hour ago
Who cares
The Unknown Talent
The Unknown Talent - Hour ago
Long live the Kurdish people and my support for a future Kurdish state
scorpioreign1115
scorpioreign1115 - Hour ago
Slavery was abolished in JA 1834...so she would have 110 in 1944. I believe the family meant she was an indentured servant, still a rough and horrible experience.
Samar Bikram Shah
Samar Bikram Shah - Hour ago
The Queen should stand ashamed for wearing a crown adorned with diamonds looted from India and Africa. Return the Koh e noor to India, its rightful owner.
gjfjfj rnjrrjr
gjfjfj rnjrrjr - Hour ago
Fuck you don't come buck, all those Arab with turk they are Isis
1611 monarchy
1611 monarchy - Hour ago
it's not a monarch, its just a tool for the media to manipulate and mock and then eventually get a ideological leftist as monarch to give non stop airtime to.
ichliebe unserland
ichliebe unserland - Hour ago
This was a big mistake from trump. He will do it not only for kurds, this helps again IS becoming stronger, destables the complete region, creating new migration to countrys all over the world, new terror, etc. So his reaction depends negative all usa partners in europe. Kurds has fight with usa against IS together successful and now he desert them. And in some word trum is telling he likes kurds ??? With leaving syria he has made all kurds hating him i think. Noone in europe understand what he has done and why.
Jovan Vojnovic
Jovan Vojnovic - Hour ago
What todays Kurds have to learn the hard way, tomorrows Albanians will have to swallow too. The only difference is, the Kurds still can go back to Damascus and get help. Once the US lets the Albanians down, they will be totally helpless.
artenman
artenman - Hour ago
He destroyed him so bad, the dude lost all credibility and hasn’t been popular ever since lol
Dahmin Lee
Dahmin Lee - Hour ago
Other guy in the video: Whats twoset?
skyway minicabs
skyway minicabs - Hour ago
how corbyn can be silent about something he had always been against before the EU labour should be pushing for far better training in trade skills for our kids ,how many nurse's could have been trained by now to replace the foriegn nurse's who should be working in thier own countries where they are in desparet need of them and will always be looking for the best wage possible , usual agency work that only adds to the NHS problems and means higher costs overall