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Marine Le Pen told French TV she needed to be above partisan considerations.
The group in Taiwan helping disabled people to fulfil their sexual needs.
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US demands more sanctions to halt Pyongyang's bid to develop nuclear missiles.
Brazilian artist Vik Muniz likes to trap and fool his audience with trickery and illusion
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Mr Trump on North Korea: status quo is unacceptable
Explorations in the world of science. (R)
North Korea is reportedly staging a large-scale artillery exercise, amid mounting tension
North Korea is reported to have staged a large-scale artillery exercise.
North Korea is reported to have staged a big artillery exercise amid regional tensions
Machines are getting smarter all the time, but do they already take too many decisions?
The man who changed the way people thought about mental illness.
The story behind this weird and wonderful literary classic (R)
The first person with Down's Syndrome to complete the London Marathon.
Detention of US citizen linked to rising tensions, says former negotiator Bill Richardson
Today marks the 85th anniversary of the founding of North Korea's army
Brazilian artist Vik Muniz likes to trap and fool his audience with trickery and illusion (R)
The Burundian man who has forgiven the people who killed his father.
Memorial held of police officer Xavier Jugele, killed in a terror attack in Paris
4/4 Americans share their stories about relationships, marriage, hunger and racism
Turkish warplanes target Kurdish militants in the northeastern region of Syria
The group in Taiwan helping disabled people to fulfil their sexual needs. (R)
In light of France's presidential election last Sunday, we consider the future of the EU.
UN donor conference in Geneva hears 'children are dying from hunger in Yemen'
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The Burundian man who has forgiven the people who killed his father. (R)
Donald Trump's daughter defends her father's attitude to women at Berlin summit
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with interviews and reports from across the world.
Interacting with VR films takes another step at the Tribeca Film Festival
The UN says more than a billion dollars have been pledged to Yemen at a donor conference
4/4 Americans share their stories about relationships, marriage, hunger and racism (R)
US expresses 'deep concern' over Turkish air raids that killed dozens of Kurdish fighters
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The first person with Down's Syndrome to complete the London Marathon. (R)
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Donald Trump invites all 100 US Senators to a briefing on North Korea.
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Interacting with VR films takes another step at the Tribeca Film Festival (R)