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Why I fell in love with Irish dancing
Morgan Bullock was accused of "cultural appropriation" after a video of her Irish dancing went viral.
Amazon soya and beef exports 'linked to deforestation'
UK consumers may unwittingly be buying meat linked to the destruction of the Amazon, experts say.
Iran sends black box of Ukrainian plane to France
Iran says the plane, which had 176 people on board, was mistaken for a cruise missile.

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Prosecutors say three fires were started at the site, and are treating the blaze as a criminal act.
Coronavirus: Inside Germany's largest airport during the pandemic
The BBC takes a look at how Frankfurt is managing to record only 5-6 new coronavirus cases a day.
John Lewis: Civil rights icon and congressman dies aged 80
Lewis, who was the last of the Big Six civil rights leaders, was diagnosed with cancer in December.
Unflustered news anchor loses tooth live on air
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The flag of pro-slavery states during the US Civil War is no longer authorised on military property.
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How a Colombian market is using AI to combat Covid-19 outbreaks
Markets have been virus hotspots in Colombia, so one of them is trying a new way to curb the spread.
Coronavirus tests: Swabs don't damage the brain and other claims fact-checked
False rumours that coronavirus tests can be harmful have circulated in several different languages.
Coronavirus: Donald Trump vows not to order Americans to wear masks
His remarks come as infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci urged people to wear face coverings.
Jeyaraj and Benicks: Why was a viral video on custodial deaths taken down?
Suchitra Ramadurai's Instagram video catapulted a case nationally - then disappeared from the internet.
Week in pictures: 11-17 July 2020
A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week.
Portland protests: Federal agents 'abuse power' in arrests
Men wearing camouflage and driving unmarked cars grabbed demonstrators without explanation.
'Elbow bumping' as EU leaders greet each other
Mask-wearing leaders opt for elbow taps as they meet for the first time since the pandemic.
Coronavirus: US v other countries... did it mess up its reopening?
By the time most Americans emerged from lockdown restrictions, a second surge was already under way.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in hospital with Covid-19
The Indian actress and her daughter had been isolating since testing positive earlier this week.
World faces staggering jobs challenge, says Microsoft president
A quarter of a billion people are set to lose their job this year, Microsoft's president tells the BBC.
Fahim Saleh: Pathao and Gokada CEO's assistant charged with his murder
The body of Fahim Saleh was found decapitated and dismembered in his Manhattan apartment on Tuesday.
'Rambo' suspect Yves Rausch held in Black Forest after five-day hunt
Police had been hunting for a man in the Black Forest who seized weapons from officers last Sunday.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Supreme court justice will not retire after cancer diagnosis
The court's most senior liberal justice has a recurrence of cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy.
Nigeria's Zamfara state offers repentant bandits cows for AK-47s
Zamfara state's governor uses an original ploy to deal with a recent wave of bandit attacks.

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