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Wechat No.160126 Aleppo without water as government offensive continues

Intensive bombardment of Aleppo continues; UK Labour Party re-elects Jeremy Corby as leader; Horses can tell humans how they feel (Smoke billows from the debris of a build. Credit: AFP/Getty Images) Direct Link: Cdn Link: Recommended in Mainland China Original BBC Link: Expired in 30…

Wechat No.160100 24/09/2016

Colin Murray is judge and jury in front of a live audience at the Motorpoint Arena to celebrate the inaugural PDC Champions League of Darts. His guests will to gain points for wit, knowledge and passion but points will be deducted for nonsense and answers…

Wechat No.160010 The Rally Princess of Sweden

Anne Seel made motor-racing history last year when she became the only Swede to ride both a motorcycle and a car in the Dakar Rally. Very few women take part in the Dakar Rally in South America and Seel wants to encourage more women to…

Wechat No.159891 Pestatarians

The aliens have landed. This week, we’re looking at an unlikely product of globalisation: invasive species or pests. That’s a species of animal that ends up in an ecosystem that isn’t their natural home. As we ll hear, they pose a huge environmental risk to…

Wechat No.159846 Can Art Change the World?

As this year’s Turner Prize exhibition prepares to open its doors, The Cultural Frontline considers how international artists are using their work to provoke discussion and challenge existing ideas. Activist artists Tania Bruguera and Maria Alyokhina reflect on how actions and performance can make an…

Wechat No.159822 Weekend Extra

Children dying of starvation in Yemen; Scottish missionary who died in Auschwitz honoured; Top tech talent wasted on emojis? Direct Link: Cdn Link: Recommended in Mainland China Original BBC Link: Expired in 30 days after published

Wechat No.159298 Law Suit Filed Against Yahoo Over Security Breach

A law suit has been filed in a California court accusing the internet giant Yahoo of gross negligence over a huge security breach. The legal action comes the day after Yahoo revealed that hackers had stolen 500 million customers names, email addresses, telephone numbers and…