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Ros Atkins On… Germany’s election - BBC News
Germany goes to the polls on Sunday to elect its first new leader since 2005. Chancellor Angela Merkel is stepping down after 16 years running the country.
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China frees Canadians after Huawei boss released - BBC News
A diplomatic row between China and the West appears to be ending, after the release of two Canadians held in China and a Chinese tech executive in Canada.
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Tributes to Sabina Nessa at London vigil - BBC News
Hundreds of people have attended a vigil for teacher Sabina Nessa who was killed as she walked to a pub in south-east London.
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Switzerland to hold referendum on same-sex marriage - BBC News
Voters in Switzerland go to the polls on Sunday 26 September to decide whether to allow same-sex marriage.
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German elections: Who could succeed Chancellor Angela Merkel? - BBC Newsnight
Germany, Europe’s biggest economy, prepares to head to the polls to elect a new chancellor to succeed Angela Merkel.
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Angela Merkel bows out as Germany witnesses end of a political era - BBC News
It’s the end of a political era in Germany, as elections take place for a new leader to replace Angela Merkel as Chancellor after 16 years.
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Sabina Nessa’s sister pays emotional tribute at vigil to murdered teacher - BBC News
The sister of Sabina Nessa has paid tribute to the 28-year-old, who was killed a week ago on the way to a pub in London. Jabina Yasmin Islam said it felt like she was "stuck in a bad dream".
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1 day 2:02
Strictly star on dancing when you can't hear - BBC News
The new series of Strictly Come Dancing is starting and for the first time, one of the stars in the show is profoundly deaf.
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Migrants freezing to death on Belarus-Poland border - BBC News
At least four people are known to have died trying to cross the Belarus-Poland border in temperatures well below freezing.
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Mozambique militant attacks leaving trail of destruction - BBC News
More than 2,500 people have died and 700,000 have been displaced since Islamist militants began terrorising the north of Mozambique four years ago.
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Capitol riot committee to investigate Donald Trump ally Steve Bannon - BBC News
The committee investigating the Capitol riot has issued its first subpoenas of President Trump's allies - including Mark Meadows and Steve Bannon.
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Therapy dogs lifting the spirits of children in hospital in Chile - BBC News
A team of therapy dogs has been helping to lift the spirits of staff and patients at a children's hospital in Chile which has been overwhelmed by cases of coronavirus.
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2 days 13:45
UK petrol stations close due to lorry driver shortages - BBC Newsnight
BP closes some petrol stations due to a shortage in lorry drivers, as the Bank of England warns UK inflation is expected to rise above 4% by the end of the year, fuelled by rising energy costs.
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What will Germans miss about Angela Merkel? - BBC News
Germans are preparing to say "auf wiedersehen" to Angela Merkel, whose 16 years as chancellor will come to an end after the parliamentary elections this Sunday.
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US Haiti envoy quits over 'inhumane' deportations - BBC News
The US special envoy for Haiti has resigned in protest over the deportation of Haitian migrants.
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Witnessing the erupting Canary Islands volcano - BBC News
Lava is still streaming down an erupting volcano on La Palma in the Spanish Canary Islands, forcing authorities to evacuate hundreds of homes, as the lava gushes towards the sea.
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Humanity is reaching a turning point on climate change says UK PM - BBC News
A climate summit of world leaders in 40 days' time will be the "turning point for humanity", UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said in a speech to the United Nations.
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Climate Change challenges: India's need for coal
Countries around the world are being told they must agree to phase out the use of coal power, to prevent catastrophic global warming.
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US promises half billion more Covid vaccine doses for poorer nations - BBC News
President Biden is asking world leaders to pledge to vaccinate 70% of the world’s population against Covid by September 2022.
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Migrant's year-long attempt to cross the English Channel - BBC News
Crossing the English Channel by small boat is now the most-used method for migrants to use to try to enter the UK to seek asylum.
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Canary Islands volcano forces further evacuations of La Palma residents - BBC News
An erupting volcano on La Palma in the Spanish Canary Islands has forced authorities to evacuate hundreds of homes, as the lava gushes towards the sea.
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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson tells French President Emmanuel Macron to “get a grip” - BBC News
Boris Johnson has told the French president to "donnez-moi un break" and get over his anger about a new military pact between the UK, US and Australia.
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Gary Lineker: 'Football is on a precipice financially' - BBC News
Former England captain and Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker has said that football is on a "precipice" financially and has expressed concern over the financial structure within the game.
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Earthquake shakes Melbourne - BBC News
A 5.9 magnitude earthquake has rattled southeast Australia, damaging buildings in the city of Melbourne. The earthquake happened about 09:15 local time on Wednesday.
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UK gas crisis explained - BBC News
UK Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said many households could face a "very difficult winter".
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China pledges to stop building new coal energy plants abroad - BBC News
China will not build new coal-fire projects abroad, a move that could be pivotal in tackling global emissions.
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Will there ever be a post-Brexit US-UK trade deal? - BBC Newsnight
Boris Johnson and Joe Biden hold face-to-face talks in the White House. Is there any progress of a free trade deal with the US?
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Third Russian agent charged with Novichok poison attacks in Salisbury - BBC News
A third Russian man has been charged with alleged involvement in the Novichok nerve agent poisonings in Salisbury, England in 2018, which left one woman dead and three people critically ill.
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La Palma volcano engulfs village minutes after residents flee their homes - BBC News
People on the Canary Island of La Palma have fled their homes minutes before lava from the erupting a volcano engulfed their village.
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Afghan girls school ban would be un-Islamic, Pakistan PM says - BBC News
Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has said preventing women from accessing education in neighbouring Afghanistan would be un-Islamic.
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