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Turkish lira fall: who's responsible?: BBC News Review US says it is 'not responsible' for the Turkish lira's dramatic fall. Turkey accuses the US of 'stabbing it in the back'. The White House says it is monitoring the ...
'Hothouse Earth' warning: BBC News Review Researchers believe we could soon reach a point which will lead to boiling hot temperatures and towering seas in the centuries to come. An international team ...
Neymar dive confession: News Review One of Brazil's star players – Neymar – was criticised by many during the World Cup because he seemed to react very dramatically after being fouled. Now he's ...
Greece wildfires: at least 24 dead Emergency services in Greece are dealing with wildfires which have led to the deaths of at least 24 people. Some people have been evacuated from a beach ...
Human embryo DNA editing OK, says study Is it ethical to alter the DNA of human embryos? News Review from BBC Learning English looks at the vocabulary that's making the headlines in this story Quiz: ...
Missing Thai boys found in cave A group of 12 boys and their football coach have been found alive in a flooded cave complex in Thailand. Learn how to use the words that the worlds' media is ...
BBC News Review: New proposal for chemical weapons inspectors [Cover: GETTY IMAGES] Britain will risk a fresh confrontation with Russia today when it seeks new powers for chemical weapons inspectors to say who is ...
BBC News Review: US child-separation policy debate [Cover: GETTY IMAGES] The Trump administration has firmly defended its policy of separating children from parents who are suspected of crossing illegally from ...
Trump and Kim meet President Trump and Kim Jong-un have signed a joint agreement after their unprecedented talks in Singapore. Mr Trump said he was "very proud of what had ...
BBC News Review: Apple, Facebook and web privacy [Cover: GETTY IMAGES] Apple has announced measures intended to frustrate software tools used by Facebook to track web users automatically. Apple's ...
BBC News Review: Brazilian trucker strike continues [Cover: GETTY IMAGES] A trucker strike in Brazil that is crippling the country has not ended despite a government decision on Sunday to lower diesel prices.
BBC News Review: Salamander 'being eaten to extinction' [Cover: GETTY IMAGES] New zoological research has suggested a growing human appetite for the Chinese giant salamander has pushed the world's largest ...
Harry and Megan: Mr Markle may not attend royal wedding Prince Harry and Megan Markle are due to marry, but the brides father may not attend. Find out about the language that the world's media is using to talk about ...
BBC News Review: Tourists' carbon footprint 3 times worse [Images: GETTY IMAGES] The story A new study says tourism accounts for 8% of global carbon emissions – about three times more than previously estimated.
Minimum alcohol price A minimum unit price for alcohol has come into force in Scotland. The Scottish government believes it will reduce the harm caused by excessive drinking ...
A solution to plastic pollution? Has a solution to plastic pollution been found? Scientists have discovered an enzyme that could be used to break down some commonly used plastics. Dan and ...
Zuckerberg admits Facebook failings Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has acknowledged that his company didn't do enough to prevent data misuse. Dan and Catherine teach you the ...
Winnie Mandela dies Anti-apartheid campaigner Winnie Mandela has died at the age of 81. Catherine and Dan teach you the language the world's media is using to discuss this story ...
BBC News Review: Last male northern white rhino dies [Images: GETTY IMAGES] The world's last male northern white rhino has died in Kenya, bringing the subspecies to the very brink of extinction. The 45-year-old ...
'Latte levy' - a tax on coffee cups? Billions of coffee cups are thrown away every year in the UK alone. Now a group of British politicians want to raise money for recycling by adding an extra charge ...
BBC News Review: Britain must diet, say top health officials Health officials have called on the food industry to cut the calorie content of their products to help combat obesity. Public Health England has set the target of a ...
BBC News Review: How do vampire bats survive on blood? Scientists have discovered how vampire bats can survive on a blood-only diet. Neil and Catherine teach you the language the world's media is using to discuss ...
BBC News Review: 100 year anniversary for women's rights Rob and Dan teach you the language the world's media is using to discuss this story: Today marks 100 years since The Representation of the People Act was ...
BBC News Review: Do chickens stop mosquito bites? Can chickens stop you getting bitten by mosquitoes? Join Rob and Sian in News Review as they bring you this exciting story and the language you need to ...
Tuesday: News Review Learn how to use the hottest words and phrases from news headlines in your everyday English.

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