'If I could fly cleanly, I would'

'If I could fly cleanly, I would'

Actress Emma Thompson defends her decision to fly to London from the US to attend a climate change protest.
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Why no charge of obstruction of justice?

Why no charge of obstruction of justice?

The redacted report gives clues to that legal question and also why the president was not interviewed in person.
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'Patience key to my hyperreal art'

'Patience key to my hyperreal art'

BBC Africa's What's New meet with Nigerian Arinze Stanley Egbengwu who creates hyper-realistic pictures that look like photographs.
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Windrush scandal: One year on

Windrush scandal: One year on

Paulette was threatened with deportation to Jamaica despite living in the UK for 50 years.
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Once destroyed by the Taliban, Buddhas come back to life

Once destroyed by the Taliban, Buddhas come back to life

A team of conservators are working to breathe new life into a collection of Buddha statues destroyed by the Taliban
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Teenage translators

Teenage translators

Three quarters of a million people in the UK speak little or no English. In some cases, parents are relying on their kids to help them learn.
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'My hair is how the world sees me'

'My hair is how the world sees me'

Several black actors and models say their industries need more stylists capable of caring for their hair.
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Europe's first underwater restaurant

Europe's first underwater restaurant

Norway's 'Under' combines the disciplines of architecture, marine biology and gastronomy.
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The man who lives with 110 dogs

The man who lives with 110 dogs

Audun lived a normal city life. But fed up with being annoyed all the time, he moved to the Arctic with his wife and bought some dogs.
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Notre-Dame: 'We have to use today's technology'

Notre-Dame: 'We have to use today's technology'

French architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte talks about the Notre-Dame fire.
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Marine crawls to finish Boston Marathon

Marine crawls to finish Boston Marathon

Micah Herndon's legs gave way around 22 miles into the race. But that didn't stop him from finishing.
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'No method to this madness' in Sudan

'No method to this madness' in Sudan

Sudanese society remains divided, says opposition politician Ghazi Salahuddin Atabani.
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