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BBC reporters appear live from Israel and Gaza after 'barrage of rockets' - BBC News
The deadly exchange of fire between Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip and the Israeli military has escalated significantly, with the UN fearing a "full-scale war". BBC correspondents Tom Bateman, in Israel and Rushdi Abualouf, in Gaza, explain from the ground. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #Israel #Gaza #BBCNews
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Israel intensifies strikes on Gaza despite calls for restraint from UN and US - BBC News
The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has told militants in the Gaza Strip they will "pay a very heavy price" after another day of escalating violence between Israel and the Palestinians. Despite appeals for restraint from the UN and the United States, an Israeli air strike destroyed an apartment block in Gaza City after residents were warned to leave. Hamas and Islamic Jihad in Gaza responded by firing a large number of rockets towards the Israeli city of Tel Aviv and its suburbs. A woman was killed in the attacks. The latest round of violence began around the Al-Aqsa mosque in east Jerusalem which is sacred for both Muslims and Jews. During Ramadan there have been clashes there between Palestinian protesters and Israeli security forces who imposed tight restrictions on the site. Tensions in east Jerusalem, which has been occupied by Israel since 1967, are also running high over plans to evict dozens of Palestinians from a neighbourhood claimed by Jewish settlers. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reporting by middle east correspondent Tom Bateman. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCNews
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Queen's Speech: How this year was different to before - BBC News
The Queen has formally opened Parliament by delivering a speech containing the UK government's agenda for the coming year. The event is usually accompanied by great pomp and ceremony, but this year the death of the Duke of Edinburgh and the demands of coronavirus restrictions saw some big changes to the usual sights and sounds of the event. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCNews
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Death toll grows as Israel-Gaza violence escalates - BBC News
There have been more casualties in Gaza and Israel, as a heavy exchange of fire between Palestinian militants and the Israeli military continues. Militants have fired more than 400 rockets towards Israel since Monday night, killing two Israelis. Israel says it has hit 150 targets in Gaza in response. Health officials say 28 Palestinians have been killed. The international community has urged both sides to end the escalation, which follows days of unrest in Jerusalem. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCNews
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100 days on from the coup in Myanmar - BBC News
Since the military coup on 1 February, more than 700 people have been killed by security forces and thousands have been imprisoned. Elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi and members of her National League for Democracy (NLD) party have also been detained. There have since been multiple reports of detainees being tortured while in custody, with some dying from their injuries. Myanmar's military has justified the February takeover by alleging there had been widespread fraud during a general election late last year. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #Myanmir #BBCNews
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China's population grows at slowest pace in decades - BBC News
China's population grew at its slowest pace in decades, according to government data released on Tuesday. The average annual growth rate was 0.53% over the past 10 years, down from a rate of 0.57% between 2000 and 2010 - bringing the population to 1.41bn. The results add pressure on Beijing to boost measures for couples to have more babies and avert a population decline. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCNews
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Children killed in shooting at Russian school - BBC News
Children and a teacher have been killed in a shooting at a school in the Russian city of Kazan. Reports over the number of deaths varied, but officials said at least seven children had died. Many more were wounded and taken to hospital. A suspected 19-year-old gunman has been arrested. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCNews
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Concerns that Eid would lead to Covid spike in Pakistan - BBC News
As its neighbouring country India succumbs to a devastating Covid crisis, fears rise in Pakistan in the run up to Eid. It was shortly after Eid last year that Pakistan's hospitals first struggled to cope with the influx of Covid patients. The period leading up to the festival, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan is usually the busiest of the year for retailers. But a partial lockdown began at the weekend and will last until next week. All non-essential businesses have been closed, while domestic tourism has been banned. Officials hope that reducing transmission rates now will not only save lives but also prevent further, more stringent lockdowns. The greater challenge will be posed by families holding their own private gatherings as they traditionally would to celebrate Eid. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCNews
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Sheikh Jarrah: What’s behind the violence in Jerusalem? - BBC News
Jerusalem is facing some of its worst unrest in decades. Hundreds of Palestinians and tens of Israeli police officers have been wounded in clashes over the past few days. But what triggered the unrest? Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCNews
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Will the Tokyo Olympic Games go ahead? - BBC News
Preparations continue in Japan for the Olympic Games - despite a state of emergency for coronavirus. Will it go ahead? Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCNews
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Jerusalem violence: Deadly air strikes hit Gaza after rocket attacks - BBC News
Palestinian officials say 20 people have been killed in Israeli air strikes on Gaza following Hamas rocket attacks. It comes on a day of intense violence between Palestinians and Israeli police at the Al Aqsa Mosque compound - which is one of the most sensitive sites in Jerusalem. 300 Palestinians have been injured. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCNews
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Fresh clashes in Israel ahead of Jewish nationalist march - BBC News
There have been clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police outside the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, ahead of a planned Jewish nationalist march. More than 200 people were injured, as crowds threw stones and officers fired stun grenades in response. It comes amid soaring tensions in the city, which has seen weeks of unrest. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #Jerusalem #Israel #BBCNews
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India's rural hospitals unable to cope as coronavirus spreads - BBC News
As people move from lockdowns in India's big cities to rural areas, Covid-19 continues to spread. But rundown local hospitals and health centres are unable to cope with a crisis that they were never equipped for. BBC India correspondent Yogita Limaye has been inside one to uncover the conditions that patients are facing. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #Coronavirus #India #BBCNews
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Philippines Covid surge throws country into disarray - BBC News
A second surge of Covid-19 cases in the Philippines is putting renewed pressure on the healthcare system. The country currently has the second highest number of cases in South East Asia, behind Indonesia. And with one of the longest and strictest lockdowns in the world, a crippling recession has forced thousands on to the streets in search of food. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #Philippines #Covid #BBCNews
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US dog shelters struggle with returns after pandemic adoption boom - BBC News
Shelters across the US are struggling to take in a growing number of dogs and cats. Some pets adopted early in the pandemic are being sent back as owners slowly return to normal life. The financial impact of Covid-19 as well as a puppy boom due to a pause in spaying and neutering during the pandemic are also adding to the strain. "It is so hard for the animals," says an employee of Lucky Dog Rescue, a Virginia-based non-profit that matches shelter dogs with temporary homes. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCNews
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Chinese rocket to come crashing down to Earth at unknown location - BBC News
Debris from a Chinese rocket is expected to fall back to Earth in an uncontrolled re-entry this weekend. The main segment from the Long March-5b vehicle, weighing 18 tonnes, was used to launch the first module of China's new space station last month. Various space debris modelling experts are pointing to late Saturday or early Sunday (GMT) as the likely moment of re-entry. However, such projections are always highly uncertain. The US on Thursday said it was watching the path of the object but currently had no plans to shoot it down. Most of the vehicle should burn up when it makes its final plunge through the atmosphere, although there is always the possibility that metals with high melting points, and other resistant materials, could survive to the surface. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #Space #Rockets #BBCNews
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Australia to resume India repatriation flights after backlash - BBC News
Australia will resume repatriation flights for some citizens in India after a controversial ban on arrivals from the country ends on 15 May. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has faced criticism for failing to help citizens trapped in the Covid-ravaged nation. About 900 Australians are registered with the government in this group. More than 9,000 Australians are in India in total. The tough measures were introduced due to India's escalating Covid crisis. Critics - including legal and medical experts - accused the government of abandoning its people. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #India #Australia #Covid #BBCNews
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Drugs raid shootout in Brazil leaves 25 dead - BBC News
At least 25 people including a police officer have been killed in a shootout in Rio de Janeiro, according to local media. The shootout took place during a police operation in a favela in the Jacarezinho area of the city. Police launched the operation after receiving reports that drug traffickers were recruiting children for their gang. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCNews
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India's hospitals remain in urgent need of oxygen supplies - BBC News
India reported a record 412,000 Covid cases in the space of 24 hours on Wednesday, and 3,980 deaths. The government's top scientific adviser also warned a third wave is inevitable. The current surge of coronavirus has already overwhelmed the healthcare system with hospital beds, oxygen and even crematorium space in short supply. Several states are under localised lockdowns and curfews, but the government is reluctant to impose a national lockdown, for fear of the impact on the economy. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCNews
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US secretary of state warns on Russia and China - BBC News
The US secretary of state has told the BBC that the US will respond to reckless or aggressive acts by Russia. Antony Blinken said the US was focused on actions such as the treatment of opposition figure Alexei Navalny, the Solar Winds hack and election interference. "We would prefer a more stable and predictable relationship," he said. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCNews
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Royal Navy ships patrolling Jersey amid fishing row with France - BBC News
Two Royal Navy ships are patrolling waters around Jersey and two French patrol vessels are nearby, as fishermen protest over their post-Brexit rights. About 60 French and Jersey boats are blocking the island's St Helier port, with a freight vessel unable to leave. French fishermen say their rights are unfairly restricted by licences issued by the island under a new system. Jersey officials are meeting the "peaceful" protesters to try and resolve the dispute. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCNews
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Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong jailed over Tiananmen vigil - BBC News
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong has been sentenced to 10 months in jail for participating in an unauthorised vigil marking the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown. The annual vigil, which has been held in Hong Kong since 1990, was banned for the first time last year by police citing virus measures. Nevertheless, tens of thousands of people including activists, showed up. The activists that attended, including Wong, were later charged by police. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCNews
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US storms: Hail, tornadoes and flash floods wreak havoc - BBC News
Tornadoes, flash floods, and hail have caused extensive damage throughout the south of the United States. The region has been battered by four days of storms - and the dangerous weather is predicted to continue. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCNews
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Indian delegates in UK for G7 talks self-isolate - BBC News
The entire Indian delegation in the UK for G7 talks must self-isolate after two Covid cases were detected. India's foreign minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar pulled out of face-to-face talks, saying he was "aware of exposure to possible Covid positive cases". India is not in the G7 group - the world's largest so-called advanced economies - but delegates from the country were invited as guests. The talks are expected to discuss new ways to ensure fairer access to vaccine stockpiles and increase support for the global vaccine distribution scheme known as Covax. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #India #Covid #BBCNews
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George Floyd killer Derek Chauvin asks for new trial - BBC News
The former Minneapolis police officer convicted last month of the murder of George Floyd has requested a new trial. Derek Chauvin's legal team have filed court documents alleging misconduct by both prosecutors and jurors. Chauvin, who was captured on video kneeling on Mr Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes, was found guilty of murder and manslaughter. His lawyer said his client was deprived of a fair trial. US media report that the request for a new trial was expected and is a common move following a conviction. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #GeorgeFloyd #BBCNews
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