Families of trapped miners live in limbo

Families of trapped miners live in limbo

Afroza Khatoon is waiting for news of her husband, who was trapped inside a coal mine a month ago.
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India is facing a health crisis that says a lot about the state of its healthcare systems. More than 100 children have died due to an outbreak of encephalitis in the eastern state of Bihar. The patients are usually in small towns and rural areas w...
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A lawyer says migrant children are being held in Texas in "the most degrading and appalling conditions".
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A US lawyer testifies that children being held in detention centres might not need toothbrushes or soap.
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More than 25 years on from the Oslo peace accords, the two sides seem further apart than ever. But why?
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Lebanon's atheists on losing their religion

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In a country where your faith defines you from birth, some are taking the rare step of removing their religious designation.
South Korea's Gangnam rocked by rape scandals

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South Korea's glamorous nightclub scene has been hit by allegations of drugging and rape.
'You see the faces of our ancestors'

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Ghanaian artist Kwame Akoto-Bamfo creates sculptures of slaves to immerse people in their experience.
Train plunges off bridge in Bangladesh

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A passenger train derailed on a bridge in north-east Bangladesh, killing at least five people and injuring more than 100.
UK's F35 stealth jets fly first missions

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The UKs most advanced and expensive fighter jets take to the skies over Iraq and Syria.
Israel Folau 'entitled to his day in court'

Israel Folau 'entitled to his day in court'

A Christian lobby group has launched a fundraising page to help sacked rugby star Israel Folau "fight for his religious freedom".
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A Christian lobby group has launched a fundraising page to help sacked rugby star Israel Folau "fight for his religious freedom".
Istanbul election: 'Something is changing'

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Supporters and opponents of Istanbul's new mayor explain why they think Ekrem Imamoglu won.
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Maria and Bryan managed to get away from gang violence fuelled by the drug trade.
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Maria and Brayan managed to get away from gang violence fuelled by the drug trade.
Thailand cave rescue anniversary

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The 12 boys, their coach and rescuers attended ceremonies to mark one year since they went missing in Chang Rai.
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Gen Seare Mekonnen was killed at his residence by his bodyguard, the government confirms.