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Trump's debunked 'pig's blood' myth
Written by BBC on 2017-08-18


US President Donald Trump has invoked a debunked myth about a general who fought Islamist militants by using pig's blood to commit mass executions.The president's tweet came hours after a driver crashed a van into a crowd of people in Barcelona, leaving many dead or injured."Study what General Pershing... did to terrorists when caught," Mr Trump said, referring to the discredited story.Historians...(Read More)

Tailor-made

Tailor-made
Written by BBC on 2017-08-17


A selection of the best photos from across Africa and of Africans elsewhere in the world this week.Ivory Coast's brightest students were invited to the presidential palace in the commercial capital, Abidjan, including this girl pictured at the vice-president's desk on Friday. She was among 51 school pupils to be honoured for achieving top grades in their end-of-year exams.In the Tunisian capital,...(Read More)

Wall of Grief

Wall of Grief
Written by BBC on 2017-08-17


Vera Golubeva spent six years in a Stalinist labour camp for telling a joke. In 1951 she was labelled an enemy of the people and sent to Siberia."It sounds ridiculous," the former history teacher smiles. "But that's the only 'evidence' they had on me."Now almost 98, Vera walks slowly, leaning on a stick. But this woman was once forced to lay railway sleepers made of cement in temperatures that plunged...(Read More)

'Unnecessary pain'
Written by BBC on 2017-08-16


Paola Valenzuela was 40 years old when she found out she was pregnant with her second child. "My husband and I were so excited about having another child and my son, who was nine at the time, was very happy about the idea of having a little brother," she recalls. But when she went for her first scan, Ms Valenzuela was told the foetus was not developing properly. "It was a terrible blow for all of...(Read More)

Inspiration for women?

Inspiration for women?
Written by BBC on 2017-08-16


US pop singer Taylor Swift has won a civil case against an ex-DJ who she said grabbed her bottom after putting his hand under her skirt during a pre-concert photo opportunity in 2013.The case has grabbed headlines for the star's bold testimony in court, and emphasis that she wanted to fight the case not just for herself but for all women who are victimised.Here are four reasons why it's significant.The...(Read More)

Getting inflated

Getting inflated
Written by BBC on 2017-08-15


Wholesalers in the Netherlands say that in the past two years there has been a 400% rise in sales of nitrous oxide, more commonly known as laughing gas. New companies selling the small bullet-shaped canisters are popping up online, but there are concerns about the risks in taking the increasingly popular legal high. The BBC's Anna Holligan investigates.The pungent scent of marijuana wafted through...(Read More)

In the crosshairs

In the crosshairs
Written by BBC on 2017-08-14


Far-right white nationalists who attended rallies this weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, did not cover their faces as they marched around with lit torches, chanting slogans like "you will not replace us".But they are now facing an online backlash, as Twitter users identify and denounce them.Calls have been made to have them kicked out of universities and sacked from their jobs.Cole White, one...(Read More)

Replacing coca

Replacing coca
Written by BBC on 2017-08-14


In the remote region of Putumayo in southern Colombia, the economy depends almost entirely on one thing: coca, the raw ingredient for cocaine. From the stores that sell fertiliser and pesticides, to the ubiquitous pool halls where "raspachines" (field hands who harvest the coca leaves) come to spend their modest earnings on cold beer and fried empanadas, it all comes back to one plant. Colombia's...(Read More)

Me and my scar: It took me 45 years to love my body

Me and my scar: It took me 45 years to love my body
Written by BBC on 2017-08-14


Sylvia Mac has spent most of her life trying to conceal the extensive scars which cover her body - the legacy of a childhood accident. Here she explains why, at the age of 48, she decided it was time to stop hiding and come out into the open. There's not actually any part of my body apart from my face that is normal.My burns start from the top of my neck all the way down to the top of my bottom,...(Read More)





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