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Deaf Eritrean twins mangle barriers in conform world

Twin models Heroda and Hermon Berhane, from Eritrea, are on a goal to mangle barriers that stop people with disabilities getting into the conform industry. They changed to the UK as children with dreams of being models but were regularly deserted by agencies since they are deaf. Now they’re rising stars with photo shoots all over the world, and they’ve …

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‘Groped by Holy Mosque ensure during Hajj’ in Mecca

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World Hacks: Putting your leftover pills back to work

An app in Greece is assisting people present their leftover medicines to those who can’t means to buy them. Since 2016 it has helped redistribute 13,000 boxes of drugs. Should the complement be used in other countries? A film by Nick Holland Ammar Ebrahim for BBC World Hacks. Like, Share, Engage.

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Nigerian boss apologises for Boko Haram schoolgirl kidnap

Image copyright Yobe supervision Image caption Parents have voiced their anger over the government’s doing of the attack Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has called the suspected abduction of dozens of schoolgirls by Boko Haram militants a “national disaster”. Jihadists stormed the school in the city of Dapchi in the north easterly on Monday but it is misleading how many girls …

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Syria war: UN Security Council equal opinion delayed

Media caption“At slightest in sky there’s food”: The children held up in Eastern Ghouta air strikes The UN Security Council is struggling to determine a fortitude seeking a ceasefire in Syria and has put back a opinion until Saturday. The opinion has already been behind several times given Thursday. Russia wanted changes to a breeze that calls for a 30-day …

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Somalia al-Shabab: Deadly double automobile bombing nearby presidential palace

Image copyright Universal TV / Reuters Image caption The attack was claimed by Islamist militants Two vast explosions in Somalia’s collateral city Mogadishu have killed at slightest 18 people and harmed dozens. One attack took place at the gates of the presidential palace, while a second hit nearby offices of the inhabitant comprehension agency. Officials contend 5 of the enemy …

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Myanmar: Bombs raze in collateral of excitable Rakhine state

Image copyright EPA Image caption It was not immediately transparent who was behind the blasts Three bombs have exploded in Sittwe, the collateral of Myanmar’s excitable Rakhine province, police say. A police officer was somewhat harmed in the blasts. It was misleading who was behind them, police said. One of the bombs went off nearby the home of a internal …

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Donald Tusk: UK Brexit plans ‘pure illusion’

Media captionEC President Donald Tusk deserted any thought of the UK being means to join a “single marketplace a la carte” The UK’s proceed to the next theatre of Brexit negotiations seems to be formed on “pure illusion”, Donald Tusk says. The European Council boss told a news discussion in Brussels that the UK was still trying to “cherry pick” …

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Joanna Demafelis: Employer of Filipina lassie found passed in freezer arrested

Image copyright EPA Image caption Ms Demafelis’s sister cried over her box on its attainment in Manila last week Police have arrested the employer of a Filipina lassie found passed in a freezer in Kuwait after a weeks-long manhunt. Joanna Demafelis, 29, was found solidified in her employers’ unit some-more than a year after she was reported missing. Nader Essam …

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US announces large sanctions and warns the world: Do business with North Korea at your own risk

US Treasury photos show a ship-to-ship send with a North Korea-linked vessel. US Treasury President Donald Trump’s White House on Friday announced what it called the largest singular tranche of sanctions against North Korea ever and suggested a glimpse of the heated turn of notice and comprehension around Pyongyang’s illegal trade. The US’s new sanctions aim one person, 27 entities, …

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