Six ‘unpresidented’ months – 42 to go

US citizens have now had six months to get used to their new president and still not all are finding it easy. For Americans in the UK there is a double dose of change, with Brexit now firmly under way. London-based writer and broadcaster Michael Goldfarb has been finding that the combination means a
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K-golf: South Korea’s female golfing phenomenon

Newly-crowned golfing champion Park Sung-hyun has become the latest name in a stellar series of female winners from South Korea.This week, Park, 23, won the US Women's Open by two shots to claim her first LPGA title. Eight other Korean women also made it to the tour's top 10. "It's almost like I'm f
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HMP Hewell: Security teams dealing with ‘ongoing incident’

Specially-trained prison security teams are dealing with an "ongoing incident" at HMP Hewell.Tornado squads, which are equipped to deal with riots, have been sent to the prison near Redditch in Worcestershire.It is understood a handful of prisoners were attempting to cause damage to a wing.The Priso
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Trying the Hadza hunter-gatherer berry and porcupine diet

The Hadza are one of the last remaining hunter-gatherer tribes in the world. It's thought they've lived on the same land in northern Tanzania, eating berries, tubers and 30 different mammals for 40,000 years. The BBC's Dan Saladino went to watch them foraging and hunting, and to ask whether their di
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Princes tell documentary of ‘fun’ childhood with Diana

Prince William and Prince Harry have recalled the "fun" way their mother brought them up saying Princess Diana was a "total kid through and through".In an ITV documentary to mark the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's death, the princes said she understood the "real life outside of palace walls" a
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Animal v Athlete: Four times man has raced beast

Michael Phelps, the world's most decorated Olympian and a swimmer nicknamed the "Flying Fish", has gone head-to-head against a Great White Shark in a 100m race set to be broadcast by the Discovery network.Although the athlete represents the peak of human athletic prowess, he still can only swim at a
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Generation Game to be brought back with Mel and Sue

Former Great British Bake Off hosts Mel & Sue are to host the return of BBC classic show The Generation Game.It has been commissioned for an initial four-episode run, although a launch date has yet to be set."It's a cuddly toy, it's a toaster, it's a circular power saw, no it's Mel and Sue doing
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Follow Blair’s stance on Labour rebels, Corbyn urged

A former Labour chief whip has urged Jeremy Corbyn to "reflect" on Tony Blair's approach when party leader by ruling out the de-selection of MPs. Baroness Hilary Armstrong told the BBC Mr Corbyn was "the greatest rebel ever" as a backbencher but Mr Blair was reluctant to discipline him.She said the
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Charlie Gard: Death threats sent to Great Ormond Street staff

Staff at Great Ormond Street Hospital have received death threats over the treatment of baby Charlie Gard.The hospital said police had been called after families were "harassed" and "unacceptable behaviour" was recorded in the hospital.It is involved in a legal battle to remove life support from the
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Jerusalem: Metal detectors at holy site ‘could be removed’

Israel is willing to consider alternatives to controversial metal detectors it installed at a holy site in Jerusalem, a senior official says.Major General Yoav Mordechai called on the Muslim world to put forward other suggestions.Israel installed the detectors after two Israeli policemen were killed
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