Turkey-Syria earthquake: First aid convoy reaches opposition-held Idlib

Vital UN deliveries to the opposition-held region were halted for four days due to road damage.
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Ukraine war: Zelensky takes fighter jet bid to EU leaders

After convincing the West to supply tanks, Ukraine's president is now on a mission to get aircraft.
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North Korea parades largest long-range missile array

Kim Jong-un attended the event with his daughter Ju-ae, who took centre stage at a banquet.
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Ukraine war: Elon Musk's SpaceX firm bars Kyiv from using Starlink tech for drone control

The firm says it has limited Kyiv's ability to use its Starlink satellite internet for military ends.
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Roger Waters: Pink Floyd star's UN speech criticised by Ukraine

Roger Waters tells the United Nations Security Council that Russia's invasion was "not unprovoked".
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Alex Morgan: USA forward calls potential Saudi sponsorship deal for 2023 Women's World Cup 'bizarre'

United States forward Alex Morgan says a potential Visit Saudi sponsorship deal for the 2023 Women's World Cup is "bizarre".
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Pakistan seeks IMF bailout to stave off economic collapse

Last-ditch talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are ending - can a deal be struck?
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Kerala transgender couple's 'tears of joy' as baby born early

Zahad and Ziya, whose pregnancy photos made headlines, say their baby is fine after being born early.
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Disney says Toy Story and Frozen sequels on the way as streaming numbers fall

It comes as the firm reports the first fall in Disney+ subscribers since its launch and 7,000 job cuts.
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Japan arrests alleged ringleaders of 'Luffy' crime spree

The men had allegedly organised a wave of scams and robberies in Japan from their Philippine jail.
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Twitter outage sees users told they are over daily tweet limit

Some users reported being notified they were over the tweet-per-day limit, even if they had not posted.
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Kerala: The 'killer' Indian elephant who's loved and feared

Ramachandran is notorious for violent displays but is a huge hit at festivals, drawing thousands of fans.
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Bus driver charged with murder after ramming Quebec nursery

Two children were killed and six others were injured in the incident near Montreal on Wednesday.
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Why presence of Kim’s daughter raises chance of succession

Kim Jong-Un's daughter's latest appearance has sparked questions about her future in North Korea.
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Nigeria election 2023 in Katsina: 'You let kidnappers take me, now you want my vote'

Kidnapping gangs have spread terror across Nigeria - how will this affect this month's elections?
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Droughts leave cargo riverboats high and dry

Falling river levels are affecting the use of cargo riverboats around the world.
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Ramcharitmanas: The Hindu epic poem causing a political storm in India

The famous 16th-Century poem Ramcharitmanas has become a battle ground over claims it's discriminatory.
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State of the Union: How Brandon Tsay is shouldering the spotlight

Brandon Tsay disarmed a gunman. The president praised him during Tuesday's big speech.
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Ukraine war: Borrowed time for Bakhmut as Russians close in

This small Ukrainian city has been at the centre of an epic six-month battle on the front line.
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A secret room that saved this girl's life

Behind the sale of a masterpiece painting is the story of a Jewish girl's extraordinary escape from the Nazis.
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India paper leaks: Cheating plagues India jobs coveted by millions

Cheating in exams is common in India, where students go to great lengths to land a government job.
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Has Wagner Group helped fight against jihadists?

Amid Russia's isolation, its friendship with Mali blossoms, but has it stopped jihadist violence?
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How rescue videos give only glimpse into Syria quake horror

A look at how the BBC is able to cover the story with such limited access on the ground.
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Turkey earthquake: 'This building is just a snapshot of the devastation'

The BBC's Anna Foster has spent two days travelling alone towards the earthquake epicentre.
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Turkey earthquake: BBC reports from Antakya, a city reduced to rubble

The BBC's Quentin Sommerville has seen first hand the destruction in Antakya, a city in the south of Turkey.
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Turkey earthquake: BBC reporter stops as rescuers listen for trapped people

Tom Bateman was reporting from Adana, Turkey, when asked to be be quiet.
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The Afghan women cyclists who fled the Taliban to pursue Olympic dream

Since arriving in the UK from Afghanistan, Mina, Persia and Arifa have been training twice a week.
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Turkey earthquake: TV crew flee live broadcast as second quake hits

A building collapses causing a reporter and his team to run in panic in Malatya, Turkey.
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