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BBC News - World

Jacinda Ardern: I don't mind the interest in my pregnancy

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern talks exclusively to the BBC about how she'll juggle a baby with politics.

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BBC reporter Andy Verity was kicked in the groin in Ukraine

As he interrogated a Ukrainian mayor and suspected gangster about money laundering, Andy Verity was kicked and knocked over.

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Is Bollywood ready for #MeToo?

Actresses open up about sexual harassment in Bollywood and why more women haven't spoken out.

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Crossing Divides: Two ex-child soldiers forge peace bonds

A Muslim and a Christian bond as they work together to build peace on the Indonesian island of Ambon.

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US teachers are angry – and they're running for office

Massive teacher protests have shut down schools across the US - and prompted some to run for office.

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South Korean youths: 'We're too busy for reunification'

Young South Koreans aren't sure the two Koreas will become one again someday.

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Toronto van: Witnesses describe driver hitting pedestrians

Ten people have been killed and 15 injured after a man drove a van into pedestrians in Toronto.

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Australian boy flies solo to Bali 'after row over holiday'

The child was found by police in Indonesia after booking the solo trip on his parents' credit card.

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Mosul's landmark Great Mosque of al-Nuri to be rebuilt

The al-Nuri mosque, with its famous leaning minaret, was blown up by IS militants last June.

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Sebastian Woodroffe: Peru orders arrest of two men over lynching

Sebastian Woodroffe was killed in the Peruvian Amazon after locals blamed him for a murder.

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China karaoke bar fire kills 18 in Yingde

A 32-year-old suspect has been arrested on suspicion of starting the fire and blocking the only exit.

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Kim Jong-un's 'bitter sorrow' as bus crash kills Chinese tourists

The reporting on the deaths of 32 Chinese tourists is a rare admission of negative news from North Korea.

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Avicii's family thanks fans and artists for support

Avicii's family has released a statement following the DJ's death on Friday.

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'Bin Laden bodyguard' on German welfare

Concern about torture stops Germany deporting the suspect to his home country of Tunisia.

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Anti-Semitic Wagner letter to be sold in Jerusalem

In the 1869 letter, the anti-Semitic composer warns of "corrosive" Jewish influence on culture.

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Kim Jong-un Swiss summit dish to remind him of school

The fried potato rösti is a nod to Kim Jong-un's schooldays, apparently spent in Switzerland.

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Spain's Palma to ban holiday rentals after residents' complaints

The city is to become the first in Spain to ban private holiday lets after residents' complaints.

CNN.com - World

Suspect in Toronto van carnage due in court

Canadian investigators are piecing together information about the man accused of driving a van into multiple pedestrians at a busy Toronto intersection Monday, killing 10 and injuring 15.

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Witnesses recount horror as van plowed into Toronto pedestrians

A white van plowed into pedestrians in Toronto's bustling North York area Monday, killing 10 people and leaving at least 15 injured.

ABC News: International

Thousands protest against Nicaragua government, urge calm

Tens of thousands of Nicaraguans are marching in the capital to protest government repression and call for peace after several days of violent demonstrations

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