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    PMQs: May and Corbyn set out election choices - BBC News

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    Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn clashed over the choice facing voters in the final PMQs before the general election. The PM claimed a win for Labour would mean a chaotic Brexit but Mr Corbyn said the Tories were strong against the weak and weak against the strong.
    Mrs May also declined to confirm the so-called triple lock on the state pensions would be kept in place. The SNP's Angus Robertson, who raised the issue, said the PM's answers showed she planned to ditch the commitment. The triple lock, which has been in place since 2010, guarantees that pensions rise by the same as average earnings, the consumer price index, or 2.5%, whichever is the highest.

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    Labour promises pay rises for NHS staff - BBC News

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    NHS staff will get higher pay and there will be no tuition fees for student nurses and midwives under a Labour government, the party is promising. Labour said the policies would help address staffing shortages in England that had become a threat to patients. The promises mark the first of what are expected to be a series of policy announcements on the NHS by Labour. But the Conservatives said Labour's nonsensical economic policies would put the health service at risk.

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    US and South Korea hold live-fire drill - BBC News

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    The military exercise took place around 15 miles from the border with North Korea.

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    Children interrupt BBC News interview - BBC News

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    There was an unexpected distraction for Professor Robert Kelly when he was being interviewed live on BBC News about South Korea. But he managed to keep his composure and complete the interview successfully.

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    Venezuela protest deaths rise to 24 - BBC News

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    In Venezuela two more protesters have been shot dead during rival demonstrations both for and against the government. So far 24 people have been reported killed in a month of protests against the Maduro government. The demonstrators have been holding sit-ins and blocked streets to demand elections and the release of jailed activists. From Caracas - Daniel Pardo reports.

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    Bend It Like Granny - BBC News

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    Nanammal is 98 years old and an expert yoga instructor from the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. But it's not just her - her entire family are yoga practitioners, including her children and grandchildren. Produced and edited by Varun Nayar

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    Nazi leaders son: Dont trust us Germans - BBC News

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    Germany could return to authoritarianism if the economic conditions were to seriously worsen in the country, the son of Hans Frank the governor general of Nazi occupied Poland during World War Two, has told BBC Hardtalk. As long as our economy is great, and as long as we make money everything is very democratic, said Niklas Frank, but if we have five to 10 years heavy economic problems the swamp is a lake, and is a sea and will swallow again, everything, he added. Niklas Frank said he despises his father for the crimes he committed while he was governor-general of Poland from 1939 to 1945, and tours Germany giving speeches about his father and the legacy of the Nazi era. Hans Frank was convicted of war crimes and crimes against humanity at the Nuremberg trials and executed in 1946.

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    Can plastic roads help save the planet? BBC News

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    Engineer Toby McCartney explains how his Scottish start-up MacRebur is persuading councils to use local waste plastic to build roads. Two English councils have already started building roads this way. A smartphone film for BBC World Hacks by Dougal Shaw..

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    Prof Robert Kelly is back & this time his wife & children are meant to be in shot! BBC News

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    Prof Robert E Kelly has returned to BBC News to talk about his unexpected viral fame last week, when his children crashed his live TV interview to the amusement of millions of people who later watched the clip. Prof Kelly, an expert on South Korea, was joined in the follow-up video with his wife, Jung-a Kim and children Marion and James.
    He confirmed to the BBC's James Menendez that he was, despite online speculation, wearing trousers during the interview.

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    Turkey arrests 1,000 in raids targeting Gulen suspects - BBC News

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    Police have arrested 1,000 people suspected of being part of a movement blamed for the failed 2016 coup. Another 2,200 were being sought as authorities targeted what they said was a secret structure within Turkey's police force. Turkey says a movement loyal to US-based Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen organised the July 2016 plot to bring down President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Earlier this month the president won a referendum on boosting his powers.

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    Baltimore: This is what poverty in the US looks like - BBC News

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    Ian Pannell reports from the city of Baltimore, where 25% of the population lives in poverty.

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    3 rock climbing legends remember Royal Robbins - BBC News

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    Royal Robbins, an American rock climber famous for his first ascents of some of Yosemite National Park’s biggest mountains, died last month after a long illness. He was 82. BBC News spoke to three legendary American climbers to find out how Robbins inspired them.
    Video Journalist: Howard Johnson


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    Theresa May promises strong and stable leadership - BBC News

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    Theresa May says she wants a mandate from every part of the UK when she goes into Brexit negotiations. The prime minister was speaking in South Wales, taking the Tory campaign into what has traditionally been a Labour heartland. And she warned party workers to be wary of the polls and said they should not be complacent. From Bridgend, here's our Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg.

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    BBC Genghis Khan

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    Genghis Khan is a BBC film detailing the life of the 13th-century Mongol. Written by Isabelle Grey, Directed by Edward Bazalgette, Starring Orgil Makhaan, Producers: Jonathan Stamp and Edward Bazalgette.

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    Huge iceberg looms over Canadas Newfoundland coast - BBC News

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    A small town in Newfoundland, Canada, has become a sudden tourist spot thanks to a new visitor - one of the first icebergs of the season. The season has come early this year but as well as attracting tourists, it's created a few problems for locals.
    Producer: Sara Barman

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    Labour day one pledge to EU nationals - BBC News

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    Labour says it would scrap Theresa May's Brexit plans and unilaterally guarantee the rights of EU residents before talks start, if it wins power. While accepting the UK was leaving, shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer said Labour wanted a deal which prioritises jobs and workers' rights.
    He also said migration rules had to change and that the EU single market should be kept on the table. The Conservatives said only they had a clear plan for exiting the EU.

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    The Real Versailles

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    Docudrama del segundo canal de la BBC en el que la conservadora Lucy Worsley y la experta en políticas cortesanas Helen Castor nos cuentan algunas historias reales que sucedieron en los alrededores suntuosos del palacio de Versalles. De todo ello surge una vívida y detallada panorámica de una corte de Luis XIV teñida por el sexo, el drama y la intriga durante sus setenta y dos años de reinado. Un complemento a la serie 'Versailles' (Canal +, 2015), recién emitida en el Reino Unido. Con subtítulos en inglés.

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    Jeremy Corbyn on Andrew Marr Show - BBC News

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    Full interview with the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on Andrew Marr Show.

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    The land that used to belong to IS - BBC News

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    The BBC's Quentin Sommerville and camera operator Fred Scott get rare access to north western Syria where so-called Islamic State has been defeated by the Free Syrian Army.

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    Microdosing: People who take LSD with breakfast - BBC News

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    Microdosing is when you take a tiny amount of psychedelic drugs - LSD or magic mushrooms usually - as part of your ordinary day. The drugs are illegal, and there is no medical evidence to say what the benefits or harms of it may be. But a small community of people in the UK are doing it anyway, and say it’s improving their lives. Some say it aids creativity and concentration and others argue it helps with their mental health problems. BBC Reporter Catrin Nye has been meeting the people that do it.

    Researched, Produced and Reported by: Catrin Nye
    Shot, Directed and Edited by: Benjamin Barfoot.


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    BBC DIRA YA DUNIA JUMANNE 25.04.2017

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    Ungana na Zuhura Yunus na Dayo Yusuf kupata habari, maelezo, uchambuzi, maoni na michezo

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    Syria refugee children bitten by rats in camps - BBC News

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    Syrian refugees in Lebanon tell us their camps are infested with rats, attracted by bags of waste that are rarely collected. Agencies working in the camps fear it's a health risk. The Lebanese government admits public services are struggling to cope. Because of its size and proximity, the country's taken in more Syrians per head than anywhere else in the world. Our reporter Ben James has been to a camp in the Bekaa Valley, close to the Syrian border.
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    BBC The Victorian Pharmacy 1 of 4

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    Americas new heroin addicts - BBC News

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    *WARNING this film contains some graphic images* America is in the grip of a heroin and prescription-drug epidemic. More Americans - almost 50,000 per year - now die from drugs than from guns or in car accidents.
    Correspondent Ian Pannell. Filmed by Darren Conway, edited by James Reevell.

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    France elections: Sincere patriots should join me Marine Le Pen - BBC News

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    Far-right leader Marine Le Pen reacts after projections suggest she and Emmanuel Macron won in the first round of voting in French presidential elections.

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    Nuclear weapons... new Documentary BBC 2016

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    Gliding Leaf Frogs - Planet Earth - BBC Earth

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    Breathtaking slow motion footage of the male Gliding Leaf Frog taking flight. In slowing his descent he uses his extra large webbed feet like a Parachute. It is later on when it comes to mating that we learn these feet serve an entirely different purpose.

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    BBC News Review: Exercise helps the brain

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    Neil and Catherine teach you how to use the language the world's media is using to discuss this story:

    A study says moderate exercise several times a week is the best way for the over 50s to keep their brains in good working order.

    Australian researchers say combining aerobic activities, such as swimming, cycling or jogging, with muscle-strengthening exercises is most effective.

    They support the idea that taking up exercise at any age is worthwhile.

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    Living with the dead in Indonesia - BBC News

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    Tradition and ritual - they form part of many important stages of our lives from birth until death, with ceremonies marking both the beginning and end of life. Death - in most cultures - is often seen as a physical end to our time in this world. But on one Indonesian region, that isn't the case. And the journey from death to burial can be a long one. Sahar Zand reports on the ancient death customs of the Torajan people. Her report contains graphic images which some viewers may find disturbing.

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    Chelsea 4 Spurs 2 - Post Match Reaction - BBC FA Cup Semi Final

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    Angelina Jolie on divorce, film and Cambodia- BBC News

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    Angelina Jolie on her new film First They Killed My Father - based on the genocide in Cambodia - politics and her family. She was speaking in an exclusive interview with the BBC's Yalda Hakim.

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    Football has saved my life - BBC News

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    On James Casling's fifteenth birthday, his father killed himself. James tried to take his own life on multiple occasions in the following years. It was only after playing football with Queens Park Rangers's mental health team that he wanted to live again.
    Now, with the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme, James has been to train with three of the QPR first team.


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    Sharks : Scavengers of the Seas - Documentary

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    Before being an earthly paradise with enchanting colours, the lagoon of New-Caledonia is above all a paradise for sharks. Usually considered as fierce predators, sharks really are opportunistic scavengers.

    Scavengers that are not too picky when it comes to their menu: feathers, fins or fur, anything will do.


    Amongst the most striking scenes which punctuate this documentary filmed for four years in New Caledonia, is the never-seen-before sequence of the planet’s greatest animal, a weakened blue whale, attacked and cleaned up by hordes of sharks from the surface down to the abyss. High quality images and a dramatic backdrop soundtrack plunge us into the shark's world.

    Author(s): Cyril Barbançon, Bertrand Loyer
    Director(s): Cyril Barbançon, Bertrand Loyer
    Year: 2003
    Producer(s): Saint Thomas Productions, Canal+
    Running time: 52 mn
    Distributor(s): Village Distribution

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    Japan, 2003
    Best Underwater Film


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    North Korea will test missiles weekly senior official tells BBC News

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    North Korea will continue to test missiles, a senior official has told the BBC in Pyongyang, despite international condemnation and growing military tensions with the US. We'll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis, Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-Ryol told the BBC's John Sudworth. He said that an all-out war would result if the US took military action.

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    USA vs CHINA - BBC Documentary 2016

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    The Family Behind Viral BBC Video Speaks Out

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    In their first interview since their children interrupted a live BBC segment on Korean affairs, college professor Robert Kelly and his wife Kim Jung-A spoke to The Wall Street Journal about the circumstances, the chaos, and the global reaction to the now-legendary slapstick video. Photo: Miho Inada/The Wall Street Journal

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    The lost streets of Chicago - BBC News

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    WARNING: CONTAINS VERY STRONG LANGUAGE Killings in Chicago have hit a 20-year high as the grim toll for homicides passes 500. The BBC's Ian Pannell and Darren Conway explore a world where gangs and guns rule.

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    US drops mother of all bombs on IS - BBC News

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    The US military says it has dropped the most destructive non-nuclear bomb ever used in combat on an Islamic State group tunnel complex in Afghanistan. The GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb (MOAB), known as the mother of all bombs, was first tested in 2003, but had not been used before. The Pentagon said it was dropped from a US aircraft in Nangarhar province.

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    BBC Tamil TV News Bulletin 24/04/17 பிபிசி தமிழ் தொலைக்காட்சி செய்தியறிக்கை 24/04/17

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    இன்றைய (24/04/2017) பிபிசி தமிழ் தொலைக்காட்சி செய்தியறிக்கையில்,

    * மாற்றத்துக்காக வாக்களித்த பிரான்ஸ்; அதிபர் தேர்தலில்- புதுவரவான இமானுவேல் மக்ஹோ(ன்)- அதிதீவிர வலதுசாரியான மரீன் லூபென்னை இரண்டாவது சுற்றில் எதிர்கொள்கிறார்.

    * சிரியாவில் ரக்கா நகருக்கு வெளியே ஐ எஸ் குழு வலுவாக இருந்த பகுதி அரசபடைகளிடம் வீழ்ந்துள்ளது; அங்கிருந்து பிபிசி தரும் பிரத்தியேகச் செய்திகள்.

    * உணவு வீணாகும் உலக பிரச்சனைக்கு உள்ளூர் தீர்வை முன் வைக்கிறது லண்டன் சந்தை ஒன்று; மற்ற நகரங்களால் பின்பற்ற முடியுமா?

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    BBC - King George III - The Genius of The Mad King

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    BBC Documentary about King George III also known as The Mad King.

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    Wikipedias Jimmy Wales creates news service Wikitribune - BBC News

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    Fake news has dominated the headlines, fuelling the debate about the future of the media and the role of social networks. Tech giants are struggling to combat it - Google, Facebook and Twitter all tweaking their algorithms and promising action. Now Wikipedia's founder is launching a news service with no Ads, called Wikitribune. It's independent of Wikipedia and relies on journalists, some of them paid, and volunteers.

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    BBC Mechanical Marvels Clockwork Dreams

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    Russia strongly condemns US missile strikes - BBC News

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    Russia has strongly condemned the US missile strikes, describing them as an act of aggression against a sovereign state, carried out in violation of international law. Our Moscow correspondent, Steve Rosenberg reports on reaction there .

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    Theresa May wont be afraid to challenge Donald Trump - BBC News

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    Theresa May says she won't be afraid to tell Donald Trump if he says or does anything she feels is unacceptable. The two will hold talks in the White House on Friday on issues such as trade and security, with the prime minister being the first foreign leader to meet the US President since he took office. She told the BBC that the special relationship between the two countries enabled her to raise difficult matters. She insisted she had a strong track record of defending women's rights.

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    Interview with officer killed in Paris, Xavier Jugelé - BBC News

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    The BBC’s Nick Garnett shared on 5 live Breakfast a previously unheard interview with Xavier Jugelé, the police officer killed on the Champs-Élysées. Nick Garnett recorded an interview with the officer at the reopening of the Bataclan in November 2016. Xavier had been on duty near the venue at the time of the attacks in 2015. This clip was taken from BBC 5live Breakfast on Saturday 22nd April 2017.

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    Five ways Donald Trump has changed the US - BBC News

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    In his first few months as president, Donald Trump has signed executive orders, a few laws and directed his agencies to start overturning Obama administration policies. Many of these policies have made a lot of noise, but here are some changes you might have missed.
    Video by Maria Chiu

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    Syria war: US launches missile strikes in response to chemical attack - BBC News

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    The US has carried out a missile strike against a Syrian air base in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack on a rebel-held town. Fifty-nine Tomahawk cruise missiles were fired from two US Navy ships in the Mediterranean. At least six people are reported to have been killed. It is the first direct US military action against forces commanded by Syria's president.

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    Psychopath BBC documentary Full Documentary

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