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The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is a British public service broadcaster, headquartered at Broadcasting House in Westminster, London. It is the world's oldest national broadcaster, and the largest broadcaster in the world by number of employees
bbc.com Media Feb 19, 2021, Friday
Margaret Mitchell: Google fires AI ethics founder - BBC News
She is the second senior figure to leave the online giant's ethics unit over the past few months.
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bbc.com News Feb 02, 2021, Tuesday
'Their goal is to destroy everyone': Uighur camp detainees allege systematic rape - BBC News
In new testimony, former detainees of China's detention camps describe systematic rape and torture.
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bbc.com Politics Jan 06, 2021, Wednesday
US Congress in turmoil as violent Trump supporters breach building - BBC News
Violent Trump supporters storm Washington's Capitol as lawmakers meet to confirm Joe Biden's victory.
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bbc.com Tech Dec 17, 2020, Thursday
Facebook pours fuel on Apple privacy row - BBC News
A long-running row over tracking user data for ads escalates as Facebook goes on the offensive.
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bbc.com Politics Nov 01, 2020, Sunday
US election 2020: Why does the vote matter to people in UK? - BBC News
How could a Trump or a Biden win have an impact on the lives of people in the UK?
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Opinion
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bbc.com News Oct 10, 2020, Saturday
US election 2020: The other 1,214 candidates running for president - BBC News
What unites a concert pianist, an IT technician and a crypto billionaire? The 2020 White House race.
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bbc.com News Sep 30, 2020, Wednesday
Presidential Debate: How The World's Media Reacted - BBC News
"Childish", "gruelling" and an "unwatchable fever dream" - how the world saw Tuesday's debate.
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bbc.com News Sep 09, 2020, Wednesday
The Black Victims Honoured In Naomi Osaka's US Open Masks - BBC News
Each of Osaka's masks in the US Open remembers a black victim of alleged police or racist violence. Breonna Taylor, Elijah McClain, Ahmaud Arbery, Trayvon Martin, George Floyd, Philando Castile, TamirRice
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bbc.com News Sep 06, 2020, Sunday
Jacob Blake Sends Message To Supporters From Hospital - BBC News
Mr Blake says in a video from hospital that he is in pain but there is a "lot more life to live".
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bbc.com News Aug 26, 2020, Wednesday
TikTok Boss Quits As Trump's Ban Looms - BBC News
Kevin Mayer is leaving the video-sharing app at the centre of controversy amid US-China tensions.
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bbc.com News Aug 10, 2020, Monday
Biden VP Pick: Susan Rice, The Diplomat And Lightning Rod - BBC News
A former Obama White House official, Susan Rice, is a top contender to be Joe Biden's running mate. Even if she is not chosen as the vice-presidential nominee, she is likely to be a key player if he wins. So who is she?
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bbc.com News Aug 04, 2020, Tuesday
TikTok Founder Defends Potential Microsoft Sale - BBC News
The social media company has been caught between the tensions between the US and China.
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bbc.com News Aug 02, 2020, Sunday
Coronavirus: Russia Plans Mass Vaccination Campaign In October - BBC News
The health minister says clinical trials are over and doctors and teachers will be vaccinated first.
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bbc.com News Jul 12, 2020, Sunday
Labour joins Facebook advert boycott over 'hateful material' - BBC News
The party says it will not advertise on the site "in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter" movement.
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bbc.com News Jun 29, 2020, Monday
Could a boycott kill Facebook? - BBC News
As Ford, Adidas, Microsoft and HP pause ads on the social network, should Facebook be worried?
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bbc.com US & Canada Jun 25, 2020, Thursday
US House passes sweeping police reform bill - BBC News
The White House has threatened to veto the measure, which Senate Republicans reject as an overreach.
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bbc.com US & Canada Jun 25, 2020, Thursday
Ahmaud Arbery: Three men indicted over death of black jogger in February - BBC News
Travis McMichael, his son Greg, and William Bryan are indicted by a jury in the US state of Georgia.
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bbc.com News Jun 02, 2020, Tuesday
Iranian Scientist Acquitted Of Stealing Research Deported By US - BBC News
Iran and the US deny Sirous Asgari, cleared of trying to steal secrets, is part of a prisoner swap.
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bbc.com US & Canada Mar 15, 2020, Sunday
Biden wants woman VP and other debate takeaways - BBC News
Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders face off in a surprisingly feisty Democratic debate dominated by the outbreak.
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Opinion
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bbc.com Law Feb 27, 2020, Thursday
YouTube 'not a public forum' with guaranteed free speech - BBC News
First Amendment rights do not force YouTube to host or promote videos, a court rules.
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bbc.com Technology Feb 20, 2020, Thursday
Data breach hits agency overseeing White House communications - BBC News
The personal data of about 200,000 people is exposed in a cyber-attack.
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bbc.com Business Andrew Walker Feb 05, 2020, Wednesday
Coronavirus: The economic cost is rising in China and beyond - BBC News
How is the coronavirus outbreak affecting China's economy and trade?
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bbc.com US & Canada BBC Feb 03, 2020, Monday
Iowa caucus results delayed by 'inconsistencies' - BBC News
Party officials stress the unprecedented holdup is a "reporting issue" and not a "hack".
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bbc.com Health Jan 31, 2020, Friday
Coronavirus: Two cases confirmed in UK - BBC News
Two members of a family receive specialist care, as Britons return from China on a government flight.
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bbc.com World Jan 30, 2020, Thursday
Coronavirus declared global health emergency by WHO - BBC News
The World Health Organization says efforts must be made to stop the virus spreading to vulnerable countries.
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bbc.com US & Canada BBC Jan 21, 2020, Tuesday
Meng Wanzhou case: Huawei executive's extradition hearings begin - BBC News
Meng Wanzhou is fighting an extradition request from the US following her arrest in Canada in 2018.
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bbc.com News Nov 29, 2019, Friday
Tech Tent: Tik Tok and the Uighur Muslims - BBC News
Rory explores how TikTok got immersed in a deadly serious row about censorship.
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