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World2022-11-26 21:00:08
By Sam Hancock BBC News The world's longest-serving president has won re-election in Equatorial Guinea to continue presiding over his authoritarian regime....

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World2022-11-26 21:17:02
A 19-year-old US woman will not be able to see her father executed, after a judge upheld a Missouri law that states she is too young. Kevin Johnson faces...

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World2022-11-27 01:11:02
Jyoti Bhatt was among the early students of one of the first art schools set up after India's Independence in 1947. Born in the western state of Gujarat in...

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World2022-11-27 01:12:02
By Hugh Schofield BBC News, Paris A coded letter signed in 1547 by the most powerful ruler in Europe has been cracked by French scientists, revealing that he...

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World2022-11-27 02:50:01
Venezuela's government and the opposition have signed a preliminary agreement to find a way out of the country's political crisis. During talks in Mexico,...

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World2022-11-27 03:15:01
Protests against Covid restrictions in China appear to have intensified following a fire which killed 10 people in an apartment block in Urumqi. In the city...

Politics

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PoliticsBy Associated Press2022-11-26 19:53:49
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) A Utah man was arrested and charged in federal court with carrying a straight-edge razor blade on a JetBlue flight and using it to...

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PoliticsBy Associated Press2022-11-27 04:06:29
ATLANTA (AP) A shooting in an Atlanta neighborhood Saturday evening killed on person and wounded five, police said. The Atlanta Police Department said...

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PoliticsBy Raja Razek2022-11-27 04:00:59
CNN — At least one person was killed and five people were wounded in a shooting after a dispute occurred that escalated to gunfire near Atlantas Atlantic...

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PoliticsBy Guardian Staff Reporter2022-11-27 07:00:15
MPs are making more than ever from second jobs despite promises from the government to clamp down on the practice, one year on from the Owen Paterson...

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PoliticsBy William Keegan2022-11-27 07:00:15
When recently asked on the Today programme to cite chapter and verse on the subject of Brexit opportunities Michael Gove, the secretary of state for all...

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PoliticsBy Jon Ungoed Thomas2022-11-27 07:00:15
The NHS faces the threat of coordinated industrial action lasting several months, with results to be announced within days of strike ballots of ambulance...

Health

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HealthBy Ethan Ennals2022-11-26 22:00:49
Former Cabinet Minister Chloe Smith has hit out at local councils that are refusing to fund sign language lessons for deaf children. It comes after The Mail...

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Health2022-11-26 22:02:03
By Rhiannon Wilkins BBC News A 15-year-old boy has said he felt pushed around when he asked for support with his mental health. Ruben Kelman, from Cardiff,...

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HealthBy Eve Simmons2022-11-26 22:00:52
Older people who spend time in hospital are being discharged suffering from long-lasting incontinence because NHS staff are too busy to take them to the...

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HealthBy Jo Macfarlane2022-11-26 22:02:35
The widower who found love in an ethics discussion group. The man who got over grief and a relationship breakdown by joining a club that nurtured his passion...

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HealthBy Ethan Ennals2022-11-26 22:00:56
A breakthrough drug hailed as 'the beginning of the end for dementia ' can trigger dangerous brain bleeds, a top Alzheimer's expert has warned. Lecanemab,...

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HealthPress Release2022-11-26 23:13:21
SAE Media Group reports: Agenda and speaker overview released for the 6th Annual 3D Cell Culture Conference, London, UK LONDON, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM,...

Entertainment

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Entertainment2022-11-25 22:54:06
By Giancarlo Rinaldi South Scotland reporter, BBC Scotland news website A celebration of the life of Scottish DJ Jamie Roy - who died earlier this year - is...

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EntertainmentBy Casey Schwartz2022-11-26 10:00:19
Roth was an outraged witness to tyranny, which led him to exile, and his books to the bonfire. In Endless Flight, Keiron Pim examines the flawed man and his...

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Entertainment2022-11-26 13:34:06
Fame and Flashdance singer Irene Cara has died at the age of 63. The American singer and actress was best known for her title track in the 1980 film Fame, as...

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Entertainment2022-11-26 16:15:09
A museum is trying to save a piece of TV history by offering a new home to the tram that knocked down and killed Coronation Street villain Alan Bradley. The...

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EntertainmentBy Amanda Holpuch2022-11-26 18:27:36
Ms. Cara was a child star from the Bronx who gained international fame as the singer of major pop anthems from movies of the 1980s. Irene Cara, the Academy...

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Entertainment2022-11-27 00:49:05
Dread Broadcasting Corporation: The pirate that changed British radio Dread Broadcasting Corporation: The pirate that changed British radioClose In 1981 Rita...