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These babies are tackling bullying at school (via BBC World

These babies are tackling bullying at school (via BBC World Hacks) (Source BBC News) www.facebook.com
 

Oscars 2018: The Shape of Water leads field

The contenders for the 90th Academy Awards have been announced, with The Shape of Water receiving the most nominations. ? ? (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

"By speaking out we shift the balance of power back towards the

"By speaking out we shift the balance of power back towards the survivors of abuse" - Tim survived abuse as a little boy and now he wants other people to tell their stories too. (via BBC South News) (Source BBC News) www.facebook.com
 

Hawaii missile correction delayed by forgotten log-in

You know how it feels like the end of the world when you forget your password? Well... ?‍♂️ (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

BBC Entertainment News

Simon Shelton took over the role of Tinky Winky in 1997 and quickly made it his own. (Source BBC News) www.bbc.co.uk
 

Get a daily digest of top stories from BBC News direct to your

Get a daily digest of top stories from BBC News direct to your mobile via our Messenger bot. Subscribe here: m.me//bbcpolitics (Source BBC News) www.facebook.com
 

US imposes new 'America First' tariffs

Samsung called the tariffs "a tax on every consumer who wants to buy a washing machine". (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

BBC Entertainment News

Neil Diamond's fans and friends have paid tribute after Parkinson's disease forced the singer to stop playing live. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

Alaska quake prompts tsunami alert

An 8.0-strength earthquake has hit off the coast of Alaska. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

Who is Princess Eugenie? Meet the latest member of the British

Who is Princess Eugenie? Meet the latest member of the British Royal Family to announce their engagement. http://bbc.in/2BkSkPG (Source BBC News) www.facebook.com
 

Avalanche and volcano hit Japan ski resort

The avalanche happened at the same time as a volcanic eruption in Kusatsu, killing one person. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

Legendary Jazz trumpeter Hugh Masekela dies aged 78

Hugh Masekela was known as "the father of South African jazz" and was a leading figure in the struggle to end apartheid. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

London West end gas leak causes travel chaos

Charing Cross Station in central London is closed due to high levels of natural gas coming off a ruptured main. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

BBC Sport

Britain's Kyle Edmund stunned third seed Grigor Dimitrov to reach his first Grand Slam semi-final at the Australian Open. ? (Source BBC News) trib.al
 

The switched-at-birth babies who refused to swap back

This real-life Indian story is like the plot of a Bollywood film. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 
No cashiers, no lineups: inside Amazon's fully automated grocery store. (Source BBC News) www.facebook.com
 

Chinese staff given unpaid wages in bricks

Migrant workers agreed to be paid in bricks after the courts intervened over their unpaid earnings. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

Overwatch pro player punished for gay slur

A professional e-sports gamer has been suspended and fined for homophobic language during a personal live stream. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

Netflix tunes into subscriber surge

Netflix added more than 8 million members in the last few months of 2017 despite recent price rises. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

'Deacon of death' on trial in Bruges

A Catholic deacon and former nurse is accused of murdering at least 10 people by injecting air into his victims. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

Larry Nassar: USA Gymnastics' executive leadership resigns

USA Gymnastics' board members stand down following sexual abuse allegations against former team doctor. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

New leads in Australia children mystery

The case of the missing Beaumont children has captivated Australia for more than 50 years - could an answer be in sight? (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

'Embarrassed women are avoiding smear tests'

Embarrassment stops too many young women from getting smear tests, a survey suggests. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

Apple chief keeps nephew off social media

Why Apple Inc.'s Tim Cook says he will not allow his nephew on social networks. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

Pope sorry for upsetting abuse victims

Pope Francis has apologised for remarks he made defending a bishop accused of covering up sex crimes. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

How you can escape unwanted male attention

A conversation at a bar has sparked debate on how women and men can help each other get out of awkward situations. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

Hijab model pulls out of L'Oreal ad

Hijab-wearing model Amena Khan says she's pulling out of a L'Oréal Paris hair care campaign following a backlash over old tweets she posted. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

Senate deal 'to halt government shutdown'

The US government shutdown will end after Senate Republicans and Democrats reach a temporary budget deal. (Source BBC News) bbc.in
 

Nigel Farage, Diane James, Paul Nuttall, Henry Bolton. Why have

Nigel Farage, Diane James, Paul Nuttall, Henry Bolton. Why have recent UK Independence Party (UKIP) leaders not lasted? (via BBC Politics) (Source BBC News) www.facebook.com
 

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