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The British PM has outlined a plan to retain EU citizens' rights after Brexit.
The BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse is one of the first reporters to reach the city of Raqqa.
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The former Russia captain Alexei Smertin speaks to us at the Fifa Confederations Cup
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BBC journalist says US-backed Syrian fighters are a short distance from the city centre
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The fight to regain control of the Syrian city of Raqqa from Islamic State intensifies.
The BBC gets close to the frontline in Raqqa. which is under IS control.
We report on the intensive fighting in the Syrian city of Raqqa.
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In 1937 Italian forces occupying Addis Ababa murdered thousands of Ethiopian civilians
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They are also asking Qatar to reduce ties with Iran and close a Turkish military base
Qatar has 10 days to shut down its broadcaster, Al Jazeera, and cut ties with Iran
The former Russia captain Alexei Smertin speaks to us at the Fifa Confederations Cup (R)
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Arab and Kurdish fighters of the Syrian Defence Forces push into IS-held Raqqa.
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Britain and the EU disagree over how to settle the rights of Europeans living in the UK
The UK Prime Minister has made on offer on EU citizens' rights after Brexit.
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President Trump questions the neutrality of Robert Mueller
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Is President Duterte taking the Philippines and the region in a new direction? (R)
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Four Arab states demand that the Gulf country close its state-funded broadcaster
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What hope is there for a better future for the long-suffering Greek people? (R)
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Iraqi immigrants in the US are getting sent back to Iraq.
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