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President Trump holds a "campaign" rally for his supporters in Florida.
Trump holds "campaign rally" one month into his presidency
Iraqi forces launch offensive to liberate last major IS stronghold in the country
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What can the BBC World Service do to reflect greater diversity on its network?
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Ed Davy explores the roots, fervour and magic of Voodoo in Benin (R)
Iraqi forces retook several villages south of Mosul in the first hours of the operation
Whether a toothy grin, a megawatt beam or a faint curve of the lips, why do we smile? (R)
The clock was invented in 1656 and has become an essential part of the modern economy. (R)
Joanne Gutknecht’s powerful play from Canada won the 25th International Playwriting Competition. (R)
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Hollywood star Denzel Washington describes directing and starring in Fences.
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From speed-dating to gay romance, from divorce to chastity, recent changes in love. (R)
Two women growing grapes in Argentina and Italy.
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African American women's part in the space race of the '50s and '60s (R)
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Two women growing grapes in Argentina and Italy. (R)