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Fireball meteor lights up night sky over Malaysia - BBC News
Fireball meteor lights up night sky over Malaysia - BBC News
Kun oldin
A dashboard camera has captured the moment a meteor illuminated the night sky in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. The International Meteor Organisation received reports of a fireball, which is a meteor that appears brighter than normal. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Democratic debate: Bloomberg rivals line up to attack billionaire - BBC News
Democratic debate: Bloomberg rivals line up to attack billionaire - BBC News
2 kun oldin
In a punchy debate worthy of Las Vegas, billionaire Michael Bloomberg came under attack from all sides. The field of candidates for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination has been shrinking for months, but on Wednesday night in Nevada, the debate stage had one significant new arrival. For the first time since he launched his unconventional, money-suffused campaign in November, the former New York mayor directly faced off against his opponents. And they nearly took his face off, rhetorically speaking. Here's how the two-hour fight for the right to challenge Republican President Donald Trump in November's election went down. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: South Korea has seen its confirmed cases spike - BBC News
Coronavirus: South Korea has seen its confirmed cases spike - BBC News
2 kun oldin
South Korea has stepped up measures to contain the spread of the deadly new coronavirus, as confirmed infections rose sharply for a second day. Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun said it was now an emergency situation. The southern cities of Daegu and Cheongdo have been declared "special care zones". The streets of Daegu are now largely abandoned. South Korea has also locked down its military after several soldiers tested positive for the coronavirus. The authorities have also told about 9,000 members of a religious group to self quarantine, after the sect was identified as a coronavirus hotbed. On Friday, the country reported 52 new confirmed cases after 53 on Thursday. South Korea now has a total of 156 cases making it the largest cluster outside mainland China and the cruise ship docked off Japan. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Can Coronavirus be contained?  - BBC News
Can Coronavirus be contained? - BBC News
2 kun oldin
The coronavirus had infected 74,651 people in China as of 20 February, with 2,120 of them dying. It seems to start with a fever, followed by a dry cough. After a week, it leads to shortness of breath and some patients require hospital treatment. Notably, the infection rarely seems to cause a runny nose or sneezing. The incubation period - between infection and showing any symptoms - lasts up to 14 days, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). But some researchers say it may be as long as 24 days. And Chinese scientists say some people may be infectious even before their symptoms appear. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Germany shooting: Suspect posted videos online days before the attacks  - BBC News
Germany shooting: Suspect posted videos online days before the attacks - BBC News
2 kun oldin
A suspected far-right extremist carried out the attacks on two shisha bars in western Germany, killing at least nine people, officials say. Chancellor Angela Merkel said there were many signs the attacker in the city of Hanau had acted out of racism. Federal prosecutors are treating the case as terrorism. Some of those killed were believed to be of Turkish origin. The 43-year-old suspect killed himself, police say. He was found dead at his home along with the body of his mother. Local media have identified the suspect as Tobias R, a German citizen. The Bild tabloid reports he had a firearms licence, and that ammunition and gun magazines were found in his car. Authorities are examining a video that appears to be from the suspect, posted online days before the attacks, in which he expresses right-wing conspiracy theories. Bild said he had also left a letter of confession. The attack comes amid growing concerns about far-right violence in Germany. Speaking in Berlin, Mrs Merkel said: "Racism is a poison. Hate is a poison and this poison exists in our society and is already to blame for many crimes." Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: China expels reporters for article it deemed racist - BBC News
Coronavirus: China expels reporters for article it deemed racist - BBC News
2 kun oldin
China has ordered three foreign journalists of the Wall Street Journal to leave the country over an opinion piece it said was "racist". The article published on 3 February criticised the country's response to the deadly coronavirus outbreak. The Chinese foreign ministry said it had asked the newspaper to apologise several times but it had declined. The newspaper said the journalists - who had not written the opinion piece - were given five days to leave China. China's decision came a day after the US State Department tightened rules on Chinese state media organisations operating in the US, classifying them as foreign missions. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Nine dead after gun attacks on Germany shisha bars - BBC News
Nine dead after gun attacks on Germany shisha bars - BBC News
2 kun oldin
A suspected far-right extremist carried out the attack on two shisha bars in western Germany, killing at least nine people, officials say. Federal prosecutors are treating the case in the city of Hanau as terrorism, with authorities saying indications point to an anti-foreigner motive. In both places targeted on Wednesday night the clientele were reported to have been predominantly Kurdish. The suspect was found dead at his home along with the body of his mother. Police say the 43-year-old suspect killed himself. The Bild tabloid reports he was a German citizen with a firearms licence, and that ammunition and gun magazines were found in his car. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
UK Immigration: No visas for low-skilled workers, government says - BBC News
UK Immigration: No visas for low-skilled workers, government says - BBC News
2 kun oldin
Low-skilled workers would not get visas under post-Brexit immigration plans unveiled by the government. It is urging employers to "move away" from relying on "cheap labour" from Europe and invest in retaining staff and developing automation technology. The Home Office said EU and non-EU citizens coming to the UK would be treated equally after UK-EU free movement ends on 31 December. Labour said a "hostile environment" would make it hard to attract workers. But Home Secretary Priti Patel told BBC Breakfast the government wanted to "encourage people with the right talent" and "reduce the levels of people coming to the UK with low skills". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Syria war: Hundreds of thousands flee as airstrikes continue  - BBC News
Syria war: Hundreds of thousands flee as airstrikes continue - BBC News
3 kun oldin
The conflict in Syria is on the verge of a dangerous escalation, according to a senior United Nations official. The comments come as Turkey threatened to launch a new military offensive. Talks between Turkey and Russia, which backs the Syrian government, failed to reach agreement on how to calm fighting in Idlib, the last mainly rebel-held region in Syria. More than 400 people are reported to have been killed in a major offensive by Syrian government forces which began in December. Nearly a million people have fled the onslaught, and some are now dying from the cold. It's the biggest movement of displaced people in Syria's nine year conflict. The BBC News at Ten presented by Reeta Chakrabarti has this report from the BBC’s International Correspondent, Orla Guerin which contains distressing images. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Deradicalisation in Malaysia - BBC News
Deradicalisation in Malaysia - BBC News
3 kun oldin
Questions have been raised over the reintegration of Islamist prisoners back into society, following a terror attack last month in South west London. Sudesh Amman stabbed two people in Streatham, before being shot by police. He had only been freed from jail a week earlier, after serving time for terror offences. Malaysia has been battling Islamist extremism for many years and its deradicalisation programme carried out in prisons has proved successful, with police claiming a 97 percent success rate. But it's highly controversial, as our correspondent Anna Foster reports for the BBC News at Ten, presented by Clive Myrie. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Bloomberg to join Democratic debate amid poll surge - BBC News
Bloomberg to join Democratic debate amid poll surge - BBC News
4 kun oldin
Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg will take part in a nomination debate for the first time on Wednesday, his campaign confirmed. In order to take part in the Nevada debate, he had to poll above double digits in four national polls recognised by the Democratic Party. On Tuesday, a NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll found he had support from 19% of those surveyed. The ex-New York Mayor is not competing in the first four nomination contests. Mr Bloomberg, 78, has instead chosen to enter the race on 3 March, known as Super Tuesday, when 14 states will vote. He came in second place in the NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll. Bernie Sanders came in first with 31% support nationally and Joe Biden was in third place with 15%. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Largest study suggests elderly and sick are most at risk - BBC News
Coronavirus: Largest study suggests elderly and sick are most at risk - BBC News
3 kun oldin
Health officials in China have published the first details of more than 44,000 cases of Covid-19, in the biggest study since the outbreak began. Data from the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CCDC) finds that more than 80% of the cases have been mild, with the sick and elderly most at risk. The research also points to the high risk to medical staff. A hospital director in the city of Wuhan died from the virus on Tuesday. Liu Zhiming, 51, was the director of the Wuchang Hospital in Wuhan - one of the leading hospitals in the virus epicentre. He is one of the most senior health officials to die so far. Hubei, whose capital is Wuhan, is the worst affected province in the country. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: British couple on cruise ship 'test positive' - BBC News
Coronavirus: British couple on cruise ship 'test positive' - BBC News
4 kun oldin
A British couple, quarantined on a cruise ship off the coast of Japan, have tested positive for the coronavirus. Sally and David Abel are among 74 British citizens, on the vessel, the Diamond Princess. Japanese officials say there are on-board 542 confirmed cases, making it the largest cluster outside China. The UK Foreign Office says it's "working to organise a flight back to the UK" for British nationals. Presented by Clive Myrie, Rupert Wingfield-Hayes reports. Produced for the BBC News at Ten Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
China Uighurs: Detained for beards, veils and internet browsing  - BBC News
China Uighurs: Detained for beards, veils and internet browsing - BBC News
4 kun oldin
Documents seen by the BBC appear to provide a detailed insight into how China handled hundreds of Muslims held in a network of internment camps. The information includes personal details of the Uighur community who were placed in detention for reasons such as wearing a veil applying for a passport or accidentally visiting foreign internet sites. Critics say the documents are evidence of a campaign by the Chinese authorities against the Uighurs whose home is the far-western Xin-jiang region. But China has always denied any form of religious discrimination. Huw Edwards presents the BBC's News at Ten and hears from the BBC's diplomatic correspondent James Landale. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Storm Dennis: See the damage from above - BBC News
Storm Dennis: See the damage from above - BBC News
4 kun oldin
Storm Dennis has triggered more severe flood warnings in parts of the UK. More than 200 flood warnings are in place across the country, including nine severe - or "danger to life" - warnings. In Herefordshire, the River Wye rose to its highest level on record, and in Wales, a house was close to being swept away by the river it borders. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Americans from quarantined cruise ship flown from Japan - BBC News
Coronavirus: Americans from quarantined cruise ship flown from Japan - BBC News
5 kun oldin
Two planes carrying hundreds of US citizens from a coronavirus-hit cruise ship have left Japan, officials say. One plane has landed at a US Air Force air base in California, and its passengers will be isolated at military facilities for 14 days. There were some 400 Americans on board the Diamond Princess. The ship with some 3,700 passengers and crew has been in quarantine since 3 February. Meanwhile, China reported a total of 2,048 new cases on Monday. Of those new cases, 1,933 were from Hubei province, the epicentre of the outbreak. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Youtuber puts Putin portrait in a lift as an opinion poll - BBC News
Youtuber puts Putin portrait in a lift as an opinion poll - BBC News
9 kun oldin
A Russian UZmind blogger decided to carry out what he described as an ‘honest opinion poll’ and hung a portrait of Vladimir Putin in the lift of a Moscow apartment block. He also attached a camera to the ceiling to film residents’ reactions. The video of a selection of these reactions has gone viral on Russian social media. Some have suggested the video was staged. BBC Russian spoke to Bashir Dokhov and asked him if he had indeed used actors during the filming and whether the reactions of the lift passengers surprised him. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
How mattresses could solve hunger - BBC News
How mattresses could solve hunger - BBC News
10 kun oldin
Syrian refugees at Zaatari camp in Jordan are working with scientists from the University of Sheffield and the UN Refugee Agency to create a way to grow healthy, fresh food with nothing but water and old mattress foam. These 'recycled gardens' use the mattresses in place of the soil, which solves two problems in one: It reuses the mountain of plastic mattresses that have piled up in the camp and it allows everyone to grow fresh food in a crowded, desert environment. Victoria Gill has been to the camp in Jordan to see how it's working. Produced by Vanessa Clarke. Filmed and edited by Stephen Fildes. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Rare look inside Bank of England's gold vaults - BBC News
Rare look inside Bank of England's gold vaults - BBC News
10 kun oldin
The Bank of England’s gold vaults hold £194bn worth of gold bars. If you stacked them all on top of each other, they would be the same height as 46 Eiffel Towers. They hardly ever let anyone in to film, but the BBC’s Frank Gardner has been given access to the Bank of England’s gold vault. Filmed and edited by James Wignall and Erica Brown Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
BBC Indian Sportswoman of the Year: The Nominees - BBC News
BBC Indian Sportswoman of the Year: The Nominees - BBC News
10 kun oldin
BBC News is launching the BBC Indian Sportswoman of The Year 2020 Award - a first of its kind initiative. Vote for your favourite Indian Sportswoman of the year here: www.bbc.co.uk/news/resources/idt-ea40c3fc-7244-4902-8c66-ce6a7cbc7fb0 In this film, Yogita Limaye introduces the five nominees who have been selected by a jury - and who will be voted for online by audiences worldwide. She also explores the challenges that women in sport have faced and looks at the disciplines where they are outpacing their male counterparts. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
The Palestinian family with its own checkpoint - BBC News
The Palestinian family with its own checkpoint - BBC News
8 kun oldin
How is President Trump's plan to solve the Israeli Palestinian conflict being received on the ground? The BBC's Middle East correspondent Tom Bateman went to visit two homes in the occupied West Bank; starting with a Palestinian family whose house is in a fenced off enclave within an Israeli settlement. Israel has said it intends to formally annex all settlements in the West Bank based on President Trump's plan. But the US proposals are rejected by the Palestinians, who say its vision of a state for them is unacceptable. About 600,000 Jews live in about 140 settlements built since Israel's occupation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem in 1967. The settlements are considered illegal under international law, though Israel disputes this. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Pakistanis stuck in Wuhan- BBC News
Coronavirus: Pakistanis stuck in Wuhan- BBC News
8 kun oldin
Over the past few weeks countries across the world have been evacuating their citizens from Wuhan - the Chinese city at the centre of the Coronavirus outbreak. But Pakistan - which has close economic and political ties to China - has decided not to. The decision has caused anger amongst the relatives of the approximately 500 Pakistani university students living in the city. Secunder Kermani reports from Islamabad. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Senior Chinese officials 'removed' as death toll rises- BBC News
Coronavirus: Senior Chinese officials 'removed' as death toll rises- BBC News
8 kun oldin
China has "removed" several senior officials over their handling of the coronavirus outbreak - as the death toll rises. Some 242 deaths from the new coronavirus were recorded in the Chinese province of Hubei on Wednesday, the deadliest day of the outbreak. There was also a huge increase in the number of cases, with 14,840 people diagnosed with Covid-19. Hubei has started using a broader definition to diagnose people, which accounts for most of the rise in cases. China sacked two top officials in Hubei province hours after the new figures were revealed. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Mike Bloomberg campaign pays influencers for memes - BBC News
Mike Bloomberg campaign pays influencers for memes - BBC News
8 kun oldin
Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg is paying social media influencers to back him in the hope of reaching younger voters. His campaign has commissioned some of the internet's top-viral creators to generate content about him that has reached tens of millions of followers. The former New York Mayor's campaign director said its meme strategy was new to presidential politics. He has already spent more than $300m in his bid to win the White House. Mr Bloomberg, a former Republican, is one of eight remaining contenders vying to become the Democratic presidential candidate who will challenge President Donald Trump in November's election. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Cabinet reshuffle: Chancellor Sajid Javid resigns - BBC News
Cabinet reshuffle: Chancellor Sajid Javid resigns – BBC News
9 kun oldin
The Chancellor Sajid Javid has resigned without warning in the middle of the Prime Minister's reshuffle - after Boris Johnson ordered him to fire his team of advisers if he wanted to stay in the post. Mr Javid refused to do so, saying "no self-respecting minister" could accept such a condition. He has walked out four weeks before he was due to deliver his first Budget. His replacement as Chancellor is Rishi Sunak, who's had a meteoric rise. The Northern Ireland Secretary Julian Smith was one of several government ministers sacked in the reshuffle. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg, Economics Editor Faisal Islam and Ireland Correspondent Chris Page. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
China coronavirus deaths and cases spike - BBC News
China coronavirus deaths and cases spike - BBC News
9 kun oldin
Some 242 deaths from the new coronavirus were recorded in the Chinese province of Hubei on Wednesday - the deadliest day of the outbreak. There was also a huge increase in the number of cases, with 14,840 people diagnosed with Covid-19. Hubei has started using a broader definition to diagnose people - which accounts for most of the rise in cases. China sacked two top officials in Hubei province hours after the new figures were revealed. Until Wednesday's increases, the number of people with the virus in Hubei, where the outbreak emerged, was stabilising. But the new cases and deaths in the province have pushed the national death toll above 1,350 - with almost 60,000 infections in total. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Putin Forever? - BBC News
Putin Forever? - BBC News
9 kun oldin
When President Putin dropped his bombshell announcement last month about rearranging Russia's power structure, some wondered if he was looking for a smooth exit or rather that he wanted to stay in charge of his country for life. Opponents of President Putin have launched a campaign to stop him re-writing the Russian Constitution. The Kremlin leader has proposed a number of amendments he says will make Russia stronger; but his critics claim the real aim of the changes is to allow Mr Putin to hold onto power indefinitely BBC's Moscow correspondent Steve Rosenberg has been to Russia’s industrial heartland to canvass opinions. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
UK Cabinet reshuffle: Sajid Javid resigns as chancellor  - BBC News
UK Cabinet reshuffle: Sajid Javid resigns as chancellor - BBC News
9 kun oldin
Sajid Javid has resigned as chancellor as Boris Johnson carries out a post-Brexit cabinet reshuffle. Mr Javid rejected an order to fire his team of aides, saying "no self-respecting minister" could accept such a condition. He had been due to deliver his first Budget in four weeks' time. The former home secretary was appointed chancellor by Mr Johnson when he became prime minister in July. His resignation follows rumours of tensions between Mr Javid and the prime minister's senior adviser Dominic Cummings. "He has turned down the job of chancellor of the Exchequer," a source close to Mr Javid said. "The prime minister said he had to fire all his special advisers and replace them with Number 10 special advisers to make it one team. "The chancellor said no self-respecting minister would accept those terms." Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
The largest coronavirus outbreak outside China is on a cruise ship  - BBC News
The largest coronavirus outbreak outside China is on a cruise ship - BBC News
10 kun oldin
The largest coronavirus outbreak outside mainland China is not in a country, but on a cruise ship. It's been more than a week since the Diamond Princess went into lockdown, after a previous passenger tested positive for the virus after disembarking. With almost 500 out of 3,700 people on board tested, 174 people have now tested positive for coronavirus. Those still on board are in quarantine for another week. But it's not just the Diamond Princess. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog On another cruise ship in Hong Kong, 3,600 passengers people were quarantined because of fears that people on board might have the virus. They were only allowed to disembark after tests came back negative. And a cruise ship carrying more than 1,450 passengers, which left Hong Kong on 1 February, was turned away from ports in Japan, Taiwan, Guam and the Philippines, despite having no infections on board. It has now been told it can dock in Cambodia. Cruise ships have for years been referred to as "floating Petri dishes" - places ripe for the exchange of germs, and the spreading of illness.
Coronavirus: 9th UK case confirmed - BBC News
Coronavirus: 9th UK case confirmed - BBC News
10 kun oldin
A ninth person has tested positive for Coronavirus in the UK. The woman flew into London from China and was tested after developing symptoms. The man at the centre of the main outbreak in the UK, has now been discharged from hospital in London after being given the all-clear. The World Health Organisation says the number of new infections in China is stabilising but that it's too early to say if the epidemic is past its peak. The BBC News at Ten is presented by Huw Edwards, with contributions from BBC Health Editor Hugh Pym and the BBC Global Health Correspondent Tulip Mazumdar in Geneva. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Bernie Sanders' White House bid gathers pace - BBC News
Bernie Sanders' White House bid gathers pace - BBC News
10 kun oldin
Bernie Sanders has won the New Hampshire Democratic primary contest, on a terrible night for former vice-president Joe Biden. The left-wing senator took a tight victory over centrist former mayor Pete Buttigieg, who offered a different Democratic vision in the race to take on President Trump in November. Mr Sanders declared the night "the beginning of the end" of Mr Trump. Success in New Hampshire - like Iowa - offers momentum for the race ahead. Finishing behind Vermont senator Mr Sanders were two moderates - Mr Buttigieg and Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar, who emerged as a surprise contender by taking third place. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
The ongoing struggle for peace in Darfur - BBC News
The ongoing struggle for peace in Darfur - BBC News
10 kun oldin
Sudan's rulers have agreed to hand over ex-President Omar al-Bashir to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to face genocide and war crimes charges. He is accused of serious crimes in a conflict that broke out in Darfur in 2003 and led to the deaths of 300,000. The conflict between rebels and government forces killed hundreds of thousands and forced millions from their homes and into displacement camps. The BBC's Mohanad Hashim is one of the first journalists to travel freely in the region in a decade. He visited the Kalma camp. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus disease named Covid-19 - BBC News
Coronavirus disease named Covid-19 - BBC News
11 kun oldin
The World Health Organization says the official name for the disease caused by the new coronavirus is Covid-19. "We now have a name for the disease and it's Covid-19," WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told reporters in Geneva. It comes after the death toll from the virus passed 1,000. Tens of thousands of people have been infected. Dr Ghebreyesus called on the world to fight the new virus as aggressively as possible. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog The word coronavirus refers to the group of viruses it belongs to, rather than the latest strain. The virus itself has been designated SARS-CoV-2 by the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses. Researchers have been calling for an official name to avoid confusion and stigmatisation of any group or country.
Coronavirus: British man linked to 11 other cases ‘fully recovered’ - BBC News
Coronavirus: British man linked to 11 other cases ‘fully recovered’ - BBC News
11 kun oldin
A British man linked to 11 coronavirus cases has spoken for the first time, saying he has "fully recovered" from the illness. Steve Walsh, from Hove in East Sussex, contracted the coronavirus at a work conference in Singapore, before travelling to a French ski resort for a holiday on his way back to the UK. Five of the cases linked to Mr Walsh are in England, five are in France and one is in Majorca, Spain. He remains quarantined in hospital, but says his thoughts are with others who have contracted the virus. In the UK a total of 1,358 people have been tested for coronavirus, of which eight were confirmed positive. Worldwide, there have now been more than 40,000 cases of coronavirus. It has been declared a global health emergency. The death toll in China stands at 1,016. Part of BBC News at Ten Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Omar al-Bashir: Sudan agrees ex-president must face ICC - BBC News
Omar al-Bashir: Sudan agrees ex-president must face ICC - BBC News
11 kun oldin
Sudan's rulers have agreed that those wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) will appear there. The commitment came at peace talks between Sudan's government and rebel groups from the Darfur region. The decision paves the way for ex-President Omar al-Bashir to be sent to The Hague to face charges there. He is accused of genocide and war crimes in the conflict that broke out in Darfur in 2003, which killed about 300,000 people. "Justice cannot be achieved if we don't heal the wounds," said Mohammed Hassan Eltaish, a spokesman for the Sudanese government. "We agreed that everyone who had arrest warrants issued against them will appear before the ICC. I'm saying it very clearly," he added. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Geneva meeting to discuss coronavirus outbreak - BBC News
Geneva meeting to discuss coronavirus outbreak - BBC News
11 kun oldin
Health experts are due to gather in Geneva to discuss the coronavirus and talk about the scale of the growing worldwide epidemic and whether the drastic measures taken by China can work. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: China's Xi visits hospital in rare appearance - BBC News
Coronavirus: China's Xi visits hospital in rare appearance - BBC News
12 kun oldin
In a rare public appearance, China's President Xi Jinping has visited health staff in Beijing treating patients infected with the coronavirus. We also hear about how transmissible the virus may become outside of China. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog The number of people killed by the new coronavirus rose by 97 on Sunday, the highest number of casualties in a day. The total number of deaths in China is now 908 - but the number of newly-infected people per day has stabilised. Across China, 40,171 people are infected while 187,518 are under medical observation. Meanwhile, 60 more people have tested positive on a cruise ship quarantined in Japan - meaning 130 out of 3,700 passengers have caught the virus.
Sydney rains: Record rainfall brings flooding but puts out mega-blaze - BBC News
Sydney rains: Record rainfall brings flooding but puts out mega-blaze - BBC News
12 kun oldin
Sydney has been hit by its heaviest rain in 30 years, bringing widespread flooding but also putting out two massive bushfires in New South Wales. Australia's weather agency said 391.6mm of rain had fallen in the past four days in Sydney, more than three times the average rainfall for February. About 100,000 homes are without power, and officials have warned flash floods could be life-threatening. But the rainfall means only 17 fires are still burning across the state. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus infection closes UK medical centre- BBC News
Coronavirus infection closes UK medical centre- BBC News
12 kun oldin
A medical centre in the city of Brighton on the south coast of England was closed today, after a member of staff tested positive for the coronavirus. Four new cases of infection were confirmed this morning, bringing the total in the UK to 8. The government has declared the outbreak a "serious and imminent threat to public health" - mainly to activate legal powers which prevent those in quarantine from attempting to leave before the end of their confinement. BBC medical correspondent Fergus Walsh reports on the latest developments.
World's largest firework set off - BBC News
World's largest firework set off - BBC News
12 kun oldin
The Guinness World Records entry for largest aerial firework has been broken in Colorado United States. The successful attempt weighed 2,800lbs (1,270kg) and measured 62in (1.57m). The previous record was set off in the United Arab Emirates in 2018 with a firework of 1,087.26 kg (2,397 lb). Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Four more people diagnosed in UK - BBC News
Coronavirus: Four more people diagnosed in UK - BBC News
12 kun oldin
The number of people infected by the coronavirus in the UK has doubled to eight - after four more patients in England tested positive for the virus. It comes as the government announced new powers to keep people in quarantine to stop the spread of the virus. In order to do this the Department of Health has described the coronavirus as a "serious and imminent threat" to public health. The overall risk level to the UK remains "moderate". There have been more than 40,000 cases of the virus globally, mostly in China. The total number of deaths in China is now 908 - but the number of newly-infected people per day has stabilised. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus kills 97 in deadliest day so far - BBC News
Coronavirus kills 97 in deadliest day so far - BBC News
12 kun oldin
The number of people killed by the new coronavirus rose by 97 on Sunday, the highest number of casualties in a day. The total number of deaths in China is now 908 - but the number of newly-infected people per day has stabilised. Across China, 40,171 people are infected while 187,518 are under medical observation. Meanwhile, 60 more people have tested positive on a cruise ship quarantined in Japan - meaning 130 out of 3,700 passengers have caught the virus. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
When a homeless couple moved in with a millionaire - BBC News
When a homeless couple moved in with a millionaire - BBC News
16 kun oldin
What happens when a homeless couple move in with a millionaire? After living on the streets of California for a decade, Greg and Marie received a remarkable invitation. A local businessman asked if they wanted to share his $4m home. A year later, we reveal what happened next - and what the experiment tells us about America's homelessness crisis. Video produced by Hannah Long-Higgins, Chelsea Bailey and Cody Godwin; edited by Hannah Long-Higgins. This film is a collaboration with the San Francisco Chronicle. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
China struggles to contain virus- BBC News
China struggles to contain virus- BBC News
15 kun oldin
In China, there's been a huge outpouring of grief and anger at the treatment of a doctor, who tried to warn the world of the dangers of the coronavirus. Hundreds of millions of people have viewed social media posts about Dr Li Wen-Liang who's died after contracting the illness, while treating infected patients. He was censored by the authorities in the city of Wuhan, after raising the alarm back in December about the potential dangers of the new virus. The government has now sent officials to investigate how he was treated. As the coronavirus continues to spread, controls and restrictions are increasing right across China, where more than six hundred people have died, and another thirty one thousand have been infected. A British man on his honeymoon is among more than sixty people, who've tested positive for the virus on board a cruise ship in Japan. Alan Steele from Wolverhampton has been taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. Of the 3700 people on board the 'Diamond Princess,' it is thought there are around eighty Britons, with the ship quarantined in Yokohama, Japan. All the passengers have been confined to their cabins, for the next fortnight. Tonight's BBC News at Ten is presented by Clive Myrie and he hears from the BBC's China correspondent Jon Sudworth in Beijing, the BBC’s Medical Correspondent, Fergus Walsh and the BBC’s Health Editor Hugh Pym.
After the Caliphate: on the trail of IS - BBC News
After the Caliphate: on the trail of IS - BBC News
15 kun oldin
So called Islamic State may no longer control territory in Syria or Iraq but the group has survived and is now beginning to wage its bloody attacks once again across the world. Quentin Sommerville has tracked down IS fighters after the fall of the Caliphate It took years of fighting and an international effort to defeat the Islamic State group, but its caliphate and leader are now gone. However, IS was a different type of terror group - its fighters didn’t travel alone, but brought entire extended families with them. Many survived but few countries have made a decision about what to do with the 70,000 people - around 10,000 children among them - who travelled to Syria to support IS and are still held there. The BBC met Nada Fedulla who was brought to Syria by her father but now does not know if she will be able to return home to Indonesia. And followed the trail of an Indonesian couple who spent three years, in four countries, in search of martyrdom for IS. Correspondent: Quentin Sommerville Camera: Darren Conway Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus kills Chinese whistleblower doctor - BBC News
Coronavirus kills Chinese whistleblower doctor - BBC News
15 kun oldin
Dr Li Wenliang has died - this is the man who became a hero in China after trying to warn the medical community about the coronavirus. He was told to be quiet by the authorities - before weeks later being diagnosed with the virus himself. BBC Chinese reports that Dr Li was declared dead on Thursday evening. But there's this too. "The news of his death triggered a huge wave of popular reaction on Weibo - China’s equivalent of Twitter. Journalists and doctors at the scene who do not want their names used, told the BBC that officials then decided to control the flow of information by ordering the doctor to be put back on life support and to change all official media reports from death to in critical condition." That attempt to shut down the story, looks to have failed - and official Chinese media are now again reporting the death of Dr Li. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Third UK patient 'caught coronavirus in Singapore' - BBC News
Coronavirus: Third UK patient 'caught coronavirus in Singapore' - BBC News
16 kun oldin
A third person has tested positive in the UK for Coronavirus. The patient did not catch the virus in China where the vast majority of cases have been found but elsewhere in Asia before travelling to the UK. They have now been taken to a specialist NHS treatment centre. Meanwhile China's ambassador to the UK has accused the British government of overreacting to the virus outbreak. Rupert Wingfield-Hayes and Hugh Pym report for the BBC News at Ten, presented by Huw Edwards. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Trump: Twists and turns of impeachment drama - BBC News
Trump: Twists and turns of impeachment drama - BBC News
16 kun oldin
For the better part of 2019, the impeachment saga surrounding US President Donald Trump has dominated Washington politics. We take a look back at the major milestones. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Ten passengers on cruise ship test positive for virus  - BBC News
Coronavirus: Ten passengers on cruise ship test positive for virus - BBC News
17 kun oldin
At least 10 people on board a cruise ship docked in the Japanese port of Yokohama have tested positive for coronavirus, health authorities say. Almost 300 of the 3,700 people on the Diamond Princess have been tested so far. The number of infected could rise. The checks began after an 80-year-old Hong Kong man who had been on the ship last month fell ill with the virus. Some 3,600 people on a second cruise ship docked in Hong Kong are also being tested. David Abel is one of 3,700 people in quarantine aboard a cruise ship docked near Yokohama, Japan. Ten people who tested have positive for coronavirus have been taken off the ship and to hospital, but everyone else must remain on board the Diamond Princess. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
President Trump acquitted in impeachment trial- BBC News
President Trump acquitted in impeachment trial- BBC News
17 kun oldin
The US Senate has found President Trump not guilty of abuse of power and the obstruction of congress in his historic impeachment trial. Donald Trump had been charged with high crimes and misdemeanours by the members of the House of Representatives but, as expected, the Republican majority in the Senate cleared him, which means he'll fight for re-election in November. Tonight's BBC News at Ten is presented by Sophie Raworth and hears from the BBC's North America editor Jon Sopel. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Venezuela's Juan Guaidó cheered at US Congress speech - BBC News
Venezuela's Juan Guaidó cheered at US Congress speech - BBC News
17 kun oldin
Juan Guaidó was one of US President Donald Trump's special guests at his State of the Union speech. The Venezuelan opposition leader got a standing ovation from both Democrats and Republicans in a rare unifying moment during President Trump's speech. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Iowa caucuses: Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders take lead - BBC News
Iowa caucuses: Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders take lead - BBC News
17 kun oldin
Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders are leading in the first vote to choose the Democratic candidate to run against President Donald Trump in November's election. The vote in Iowa has been chaotic, beset by technical problems and delays in reporting results. Iowa's Democratic Party said data from 71% of precincts showed Mr Buttigieg on 26.8%, with Mr Sanders on 25.2%. Elizabeth Warren was third on 18.4% and Joe Biden fourth on 15.4%. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
State of the Union: Trump hails 'American comeback' - BBC News
State of the Union: Trump hails 'American comeback' - BBC News
17 kun oldin
President Donald Trump has hailed the "great American comeback" in a speech to Congress that exposed sharp divisions at the top of US politics. At his annual State of the Union address, Mr Trump set out his case for another four years in office. He was speaking on the eve of his expected acquittal on corruption charges in his impeachment trial. At one point the Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ripped up a copy of his speech behind him. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
The Chinese doctor who tried to warn others about coronavirus - BBC News
The Chinese doctor who tried to warn others about coronavirus - BBC News
18 kun oldin
In early January, authorities in the Chinese city of Wuhan were trying to keep news of a new coronavirus under wraps. When one doctor tried to warn fellow medics about the outbreak, police paid him a visit and told him to stop. A month later he has been hailed as a hero, after he posted his story from a hospital bed. Dr Li was working at the centre of the outbreak in December when he noticed seven cases of a virus that he thought looked like Sars - the virus that led to a global epidemic in 2003. The cases were thought to come from the Huanan Seafood market in Wuhan and the patients were in quarantine in his hospital. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Britons told to leave China - BBC News
Coronavirus: Britons told to leave China – BBC News
18 kun oldin
British citizens in China should leave the country, if they can, to minimise the risk of exposure to the Coronavirus, according to official advice published by the UK Foreign Office. Work is continuing to bring home Britons from Hubei province, where the outbreak began. So far 427 people have died from the virus, all but two in mainland China, with more than 20 thousand cases confirmed in 26 countries. The number of cases is thought to be doubling every few days but the World Health Organization says it still does not amount to a 'pandemic'. John Sudworth and Tulip Mazumdar report for the BBC News at Ten, presented by Huw Edwards.
Coronavirus: Death toll rises to at least 427  - BBC News
Coronavirus: Death toll rises to at least 427 - BBC News
18 kun oldin
At least 427 people have died with more than 20,000 confirmed cases around the world, most of them in China. More than two dozen nations have reported cases but, so far, no confirmations have been made across Africa or Latin America. On Tuesday, three more Asian countries - Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand - confirmed infections among citizens who had not travelled to China. Officials say 425 people have died in China and one in Hong Kong. One death has also been confirmed in the Philippines. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: First death outside China reported in Philippines - BBC News
Coronavirus: First death outside China reported in Philippines - BBC News
19 kun oldin
The coronavirus continues to spread at speed. This time a week ago, there were under 3000 cases in China. There are now more than 17,000 - and more than 360 people have died. Outside China, there are more than 150 confirmed cases - and a fatality in the Philippines. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Brexit: Boris Johnson sets out his vision for a trade deal with the EU - BBC News
Brexit: Boris Johnson sets out his vision for a trade deal with the EU – BBC News
19 kun oldin
After leaving the European Union last Friday, the United Kingdom is now in a transition period until the end of the year - as the long-term future relationship with the EU is negotiated. Today the prime minister made his first major speech on Brexit, since the general election, and at the same time the lead negotiator for the EU, Michel Barnier, outlined his position. The BBC News at Ten is brought to you by Huw Edwards, with contributions from our political editor Laura Kuenssberg, and our economics editor Faisal Islam. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Gay body shaming pressure 'led to severe heart failure' - BBC News
Gay body shaming pressure 'led to severe heart failure' - BBC News
24 kun oldin
Some gay men in the UK are going to extreme lengths to get big muscles and a six pack to "fit in" to the gay community. The BBC's LGBT correspondent Ben Hunte speaks to one man who nearly died trying to get the look and to others who have taken risks to achieve the "perfect body". Correspondent: Ben Hunte Video journalist: Patrick Clahane Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Streatham attack: Man shot dead by police after stabbings in London - BBC News
Streatham attack: Man shot dead by police after stabbings in London - BBC News
19 kun oldin
Police have been searching two addresses as part of the investigation into the attack in Streatham on Sunday. The attacker, Sudesh Amman, 20, was shot dead by police on Streatham High Road after stabbing people in what police called an Islamist-related terrorist incident. He had been released from prison about a week ago after serving half of a sentence for terror offences. Three people were injured but none is in a life-threatening condition. Scotland Yard said officers were searching residential addresses in south London and Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire. "No arrests have been made and inquiries continue at pace," the Metropolitan Police said. Amman was under active police surveillance at the time of the attack. He had served half of his sentence of three years and four months when he was released. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: China shares in biggest fall in four years - BBC News
Coronavirus: China shares in biggest fall in four years - BBC News
19 kun oldin
Fears over the coronavirus triggered a sharp fall in Chinese shares when the market reopened after the Lunar New Year holiday. The Shanghai Composite index closed nearly 8% lower, its biggest daily drop for more than four years. Manufacturing, materials, and consumer goods companies were among the hardest hit, while healthcare shares soared. The fall came despite China's central bank announcing new measures to ease the impact of the outbreak. The People's Bank of China (PBOC) unexpectedly lowered short term interest rates as part of its attempts to relieve pressure on the economy from the rapidly spreading virus. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
The man who shaped the history of hot air balloons - BBC News
The man who shaped the history of hot air balloons - BBC News
25 kun oldin
For more than half a century, Scotland-born Don Cameron has been a pioneer in the world of hot air balloons. He built and flew western Europe’s first modern hot air balloon in 1967, before founding his company Cameron Balloons from the basement of his flat. The company has since become one of the world's largest balloon manufacturers, making hundreds of balloons each year. It is the market leader in special-shaped balloons, producing the likes of Darth Vader, Vincent van Gogh and a dinosaur. Video by Morgan Spence Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Brexit: UK leaves the European Union - BBC News
Brexit: UK leaves the European Union - BBC News
21 kun oldin
The UK has officially left the European Union after 47 years of membership - and more than three years after it voted to do so in a referendum. The historic moment, which happened at 23:00 GMT, was marked by both celebrations and anti-Brexit protests. Candlelit vigils were held in Scotland, which voted to stay in the EU, while Brexiteers partied in London's Parliament Square. Boris Johnson has vowed to bring the country together and "take us forward". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: US bars foreigners who recently visited China - BBC News
Coronavirus: US bars foreigners who recently visited China - BBC News
21 kun oldin
The US has declared a public health emergency over the spread of the coronavirus and said it would deny entry to any foreign nationals who have visited China in the past two weeks. US citizens returning from Hubei province, where the outbreak started, will be quarantined for 14 days. Almost 12,000 cases of the new virus have been confirmed, most of them in China, since it emerged in December. More than 100 cases have been reported outside China, in 22 countries. On Friday, Beijing said the death toll had risen by 46 to 259 - all of them in China and 249 in Hubei. Earlier, it emerged that the number of new coronavirus cases worldwide had overtaken that of the Sars epidemic, which spread to more than two dozen countries in 2003. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
The silenced YouTube stars of Kashmir - BBC News
The silenced YouTube stars of Kashmir - BBC News
25 kun oldin
Kashmiri Kalkharabs is a UZmind channel based in Indian-administered Kashmir. The satire channel touched on social, political and cultural issues and had a large following in the region. However, since the internet was blocked back in August, when the region was stripped of its semi-autonomous status and divided into two federally-administered territories, UZmindrs like Kashmiri Kalkharabs have been effectively silenced. The BBC's Aamir Peerzada met the brains behind the channel to find out more. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Brexit: UK to quit EU at 23:00 GMT - BBC News
Brexit: UK to quit EU at 23:00 GMT - BBC News
22 kun oldin
The UK will leave the EU at 23:00 GMT, ending 47 years of membership. In a video message to be released an hour earlier, Prime Minister Boris Johnson will call Brexit - which follows more than three years of political wrangling - a "new dawn". A series of events including marches, celebrations and candlelit vigils will be held by both Brexiteers and pro-EU demonstrators. Little will change immediately, as the UK begins a "transition period". Most EU laws will continue to be in force - including the free movement of people - until the end of December, by which time the UK aims to have reached a permanent free trade agreement with the EU. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Two coronavirus cases confirmed in UK - BBC News
Two coronavirus cases confirmed in UK - BBC News
22 kun oldin
Two people from the same family have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, the chief medical officer for England has announced. It is understood the patients were staying in a hotel in Yorkshire, before being taken overnight to a specialist centre in Newcastle. At least 213 people in China have died from the virus, with almost 10,000 cases nationally. There have been 98 cases in another 18 countries. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Full Brexit journey in under two minutes - BBC News
Full Brexit journey in under two minutes - BBC News
22 kun oldin
It's been more than three years since the UK voted to leave the European Union but now it's about to happen. Through two changes of prime minister, two general elections, and more votes in parliament than anyone cares to remember, here's a quick recap of how we got here. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: British citizens fly home - BBC News
Coronavirus: British citizens fly home - BBC News
23 kun oldin
World Health Organisation declares Corona Virus a global emergency as 150 British citizens prepare to leave on plane from China subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Russia  closed its far-eastern border with China - BBC News
Coronavirus: Russia closed its far-eastern border with China - BBC News
23 kun oldin
The death toll from the coronavirus outbreak has risen to 170, and a confirmed case in Tibet means it has reached every region in mainland China. Chinese health authorities said there were 7,711 confirmed cases in the country as of 29 January. Infections have also spread to at least 15 other countries. The World Health Organization (WHO) will meet on Thursday to again consider whether the virus constitutes a global health emergency. "In the last few days the progress of the virus, especially in some countries, especially human-to-human transmission, worries us," WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Wednesday. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Why Trump's Middle East plan is so divisive - BBC News
Why Trump's Middle East plan is so divisive - BBC News
23 kun oldin
US President Donald Trump's Middle East peace plan has been welcomed by Israel, but Palestinians have dismissed it as a "conspiracy". The BBC's Middle East Editor Jeremy Bowen explains why the proposal is so divisive. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Flight taking Britons out of Wuhan is delayed - BBC News
Coronavirus: Flight taking Britons out of Wuhan is delayed - BBC News
23 kun oldin
A flight to bring about 200 British nationals back to the UK from coronavirus-hit Wuhan is unable to take off as planned on Thursday. It is understood relevant permissions from Chinese officials have not yet come through. The Foreign Office said it was "working urgently" to organise a flight to the UK "as soon as possible". The virus has caused at least 170 deaths, spreading to every Chinese region and at least 16 other countries. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Death toll rises as virus spreads to every Chinese region - BBC News
Coronavirus: Death toll rises as virus spreads to every Chinese region - BBC News
24 kun oldin
The death toll of the coronavirus has risen to 170 and with a confirmed case in Tibet, the virus has now spread to every region in mainland China. Chinese health authorities have said there were 7,711 confirmed cases in the country as of 29 January. Infections have also spread to at least 16 other countries. The World Health Organization (WHO) will meet on Thursday to discuss whether the virus constitutes a global health emergency. "In the last few days the progress of the virus, especially in some countries, especially human-to-human transmission, worries us," WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Wednesday, pointing to Germany, Vietnam and Japan. "Although the numbers outside China are still relatively small, they hold the potential for a much larger outbreak." Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
European Parliament approves Brexit agreement - BBC News
European Parliament approves Brexit agreement - BBC News
24 kun oldin
Members of the European Parliament have overwhelmingly backed the terms of the UK's departure from the EU. MEPs ratified the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement by 621 votes to 49 following an emotional debate in Brussels. After the vote, MEPs marked the UK's exit by singing Auld Lang Syne. Several British MEPs said they hoped the UK would return one day although Eurosceptics, including the Brexit Party's Nigel Farage, used their final speeches to tear into the EU. The UK is due to leave the bloc at 23:00 GMT on Friday. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Britons on Wuhan flights to be quarantined - BBC News
Coronavirus: Britons on Wuhan flights to be quarantined - BBC News
24 kun oldin
Hundreds of British citizens, waiting to be flown home from the region of China worst-affected by the new Coronavirus, will be put in quarantine for two weeks on their return to the UK. Passengers will be asked to sign a contract agreeing to commit to what's called 'supported isolation' although the timing of the flight and the destination is not yet known. British Airways has suspended all direct flights to and from mainland China because of the outbreak. The virus which was first detected in the city of Wuhan has caused more than 130 deaths spreading from China and to at least 15 other countries. The World Health Organisation warned on Wednesday that the whole world needs to take action to stop the spread of the new virus. Presented by Huw Edwards with reports from John Sudworth and Fergus Walsh. Produced for the BBC News at Ten Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Reporter begins quarantine at home after visiting infected zone - BBC News
Coronavirus: Reporter begins quarantine at home after visiting infected zone - BBC News
24 kun oldin
The BBC's Stephen McDonell has returned to his home in Beijing after visiting the Hubei province - the centre of the coronavirus outbreak. He, like others who have been to the Chinese city of Wuhan and its surrounding area, is expected to stay away from his workplace for two weeks. As evacuations of foreign nationals take place, he describes how even the capital feels deserted. Hundreds of foreign nationals are being evacuated from Wuhan, the centre of China's coronavirus outbreak, as more deaths and cases are confirmed. Hundreds of British citizens being flown back to the UK from Wuhan on Thursday will be put in quarantine for two weeks. It comes as British Airways suspends all direct flights to and from mainland China because of the coronavirus outbreak. Australia, Japan, the US and EU nations are also repatriating citizens. The virus has caused more than 130 deaths, spreading across China and to at least 16 other countries. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Snotsicles and snowdrifts: Extreme climate science - BBC News
Snotsicles and snowdrifts: Extreme climate science - BBC News
24 kun oldin
"Snotsicle" - distinctly unattractive masses of frozen snot - are just some of the challenges of doing science in a place as extreme as the Antarctic. Scientists fear the Thwaites Glacier could be beginning a process of catastrophic collapse. There is more than three metres of potential sea level rise in the ice of West Antarctica, enough to swamp many of the great cities of the world and drive hundreds of millions of people from their homes. The BBC's chief environment correspondent, Justin Rowlatt travelled with a team of scientists who are part of a $50m (£38m) joint US-UK project. But, as he discovered, doing science in one of the most extreme environments on Earth is not easy. Filming by Jemma Cox Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Australian scientists first to recreate virus outside China - BBC News
Coronavirus: Australian scientists first to recreate virus outside China - BBC News
24 kun oldin
Hundreds of foreign nationals are being evacuated from Wuhan, the centre of China's coronavirus outbreak, as more deaths and cases were confirmed. Australia plans to quarantine its evacuees on Christmas island 2,000km (1,200 miles) from the mainland. Japan, the US and the EU are also repatriating their citizens. British Airways has suspended all flights to and from mainland China, as the UK's Foreign Office warned against "all but essential travel" there. Several other airlines have taken similar measures. United Airlines and Cathay Pacific are restricting flights, while Lion Air - one of the region's biggest airlines - is stopping flights to China from Saturday. Cathay Pacific has also suspended inflight trolley services, changed some aspects of its meal offer, and stopped giving out hot towels, pillows, blankets and magazines in an effort to prevent the virus spreading. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Trump releases long-awaited Middle-East peace plan - BBC News
Trump releases long-awaited Middle-East peace plan - BBC News
25 kun oldin
US President Donald Trump has presented his long-awaited Middle East peace plan, promising to keep Jerusalem as Israel's undivided capital. He proposed an independent Palestinian state and the recognition of Israeli sovereignty over West Bank settlements. Standing alongside Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House, Mr Trump said his proposals "could be the last opportunity" for Palestinians. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas dismissed the plans as a "conspiracy". "I say to Trump and Netanyahu: Jerusalem is not for sale, all our rights are not for sale and are not for bargain. And your deal, the conspiracy, will not pass," he said in a televised address from Ramallah in the West Bank. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Trump unveils Middle East plan - BBC News
Trump unveils Middle East plan – BBC News
25 kun oldin
President Trump has unveiled his plans for what he claims is a credible peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians, including a promise to keep Jerusalem as Israel's undivided capital. Mr Trump announced the proposals at the White House alongside the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The President said the deal 'would work' but no Palestinian officials were involved and they have rejected the proposals. At the heart of the conflict is a dispute over land ever since the creation of the state of Israel in 1948. Tonight’s BBC News at Ten is presented by Huw Edwards with contributions from the BBC’s Middle East Editor Jeremy Bowen and International Correspondent Orla Guerin. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: 50 confirmed cases outside China - BBC News
Coronavirus: 50 confirmed cases outside China - BBC News
25 kun oldin
According to the World Health Organization and national authorities, there have been more than 50 confirmed cases outside China - but no deaths. Eight cases: Thailand Six: Japan Five: USA, Australia, Singapore, Taiwan Four: Malaysia, South Korea Three: France Two: Vietnam One: Nepal, Canada, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Germany The latest case to be confirmed is in the German state of Bavaria, only the fourth so far in Europe. It involves a man who contracted the virus at a training event from a visiting Chinese colleague who reportedly did not show symptoms until she returned to China days later. In Japan, authorities said a bus driver caught the virus after transporting tour groups from Wuhan earlier this month. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Antarctica melting: Journey to the 'doomsday glacier' - BBC News
Antarctica melting: Journey to the 'doomsday glacier' - BBC News
25 kun oldin
Glaciologists have described Thwaites Glacier as the "most important" glacier in the world, the "riskiest" glacier, even the "doomsday" glacier. A team of 40 or so scientists are part of the International Thwaites Glacier Collaboration, a five-year, $50m (£38m) joint UK-US effort to understand why it is changing so rapidly. The project represents the biggest and most complex scientific field programme in Antarctic history. The BBC's chief environment correspondent Justin Rowlatt went to meet the scientists behind the project. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Death toll from China virus outbreak passes 100 - BBC News
Coronavirus: Death toll from China virus outbreak passes 100 - BBC News
25 kun oldin
The death toll from the new coronavirus now stands at 106, with the number of infections almost doubling in a day to more than 4,500. The rise comes as governments scramble to control the spread of the virus. Hong Kong is going to slash cross-border travel with mainland China. Meanwhile, Japan is sending a plane to Wuhan, the epicentre of the outbreak, to evacuate its citizens The virus has spread across China and to at least 16 countries globally. Hong Kong has announced plans to slash cross-border travel between the city and mainland China as the new coronavirus continues to spread. More than 100 people have now died in China, with confirmed infections surging to more than 4,500. High-speed trains and ferries that cross the border will be suspended from Thursday, Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam announced. She wore a face mask. The virus has spread across China and to at least 16 countries globally. Several foreign governments with large numbers of citizens in Wuhan, the epicentre of the outbreak, are considering evacuations. Japan is sending a plane later on Tuesday. Wuhan, as well as the wider Hubei province, are already effectively in a lockdown with strict transport restrictions in and out of the area. Wearing masks in public is now mandatory in some Chinese cities. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Trump impeachment: Calls grow for Bolton testimony - BBC News
Trump impeachment: Calls grow for Bolton testimony - BBC News
26 kun oldin
Pressure has grown for former National Security Adviser John Bolton to testify in US President Donald Trump's impeachment trial. Calls for his testimony come amid claims that the adviser directly linked Mr Trump to a plan to freeze aid to Ukraine in exchange for a political favour. The claims, reportedly made in a book manuscript, are central to the trial that has resumed on Monday. Mr Trump denies the charges. But the claims allegedly made by Mr Bolton could damage the president's defence. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Companies tell workers 'stay at home' - BBC News
Coronavirus: Companies tell workers 'stay at home' - BBC News
26 kun oldin
The death toll from the new coronavirus now stands at 106, as cases of new infections have almost doubled in a day, Chinese authorities said. The number of total confirmed cases in China rose to 4,515 as of 27 January, up from 2,835 a day earlier. Travel restrictions have been tightened and wearing masks in public is now mandatory in some cities. The city of Wuhan is at the epicentre of the outbreak but it has spread across China and internationally. Wuhan, and the Hubei province it is located in, are already effectively in a lockdown with transport restrictions in and out of the area. On Monday, authorities in Beijing confirmed a 50-year-old man had died - the first fatality in the Chinese capital from the virus. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Liberation of Auschwitz, 75 years on - BBC News
Liberation of Auschwitz, 75 years on - BBC News
26 kun oldin
The BBC News at Ten is live from southern Poland, on perhaps the most infamous site in Europe, the former Nazi death camp at Auschwitz. World leaders joined survivors here to keep alive the memory of the victims. 6 million people, mostly Jewish, were murdered by the Nazis, more than a million of them in the camp. 75 years ago today, the Soviet Army liberated Auschwitz, and it came to symbolise the horror of the Nazi regime. Today’s ceremony had at its heart the survivors, who urged the world never to forget the suffering here. Reeta Chakrabarti is live at Auschwitz for the commemorations with a special report from our World Affairs correspondent John Simpson. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Scientists search for coronavirus vaccine - BBC News
Scientists search for coronavirus vaccine - BBC News
26 kun oldin
Scientists say they are trying to a create a vaccine for the new strain of coronavirus that has so far left 81 people dead. The Chinese authorities have stepped up travel restrictions in an effort to contain the spread of the virus, which can be transmitted by infected people before they show any symptoms. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Afghan plane crash: Mystery over crash in Taliban territory - BBC News
Afghan plane crash: Mystery over crash in Taliban territory - BBC News
26 kun oldin
The US military has joined an investigation into a plane that crashed in eastern Afghanistan on Monday. Local officials initially said the aircraft that came down in Deh Yak district, Ghazni province, belonged to state-owned airline Ariana. But the airline denied this, prompting questions about the origin of the aircraft and the cause of the crash. Iranian state media posted footage of what it said was the plane, which it said had US Air Force markings. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Death toll rises to 81 as China extends holiday - BBC News
Coronavirus: Death toll rises to 81 as China extends holiday - BBC News
26 kun oldin
The number of people killed in China by the new coronavirus has risen to 81, with almost 3,000 confirmed ill. The national new year holiday has been extended by three days to Sunday, in an attempt to contain the spread. On Monday, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visited Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province and centre of the outbreak. The number of deaths in Hubei rose from 56 to 76, with five deaths elsewhere. Wuhan is in lockdown and several other cities have imposed travel bans. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Plane crashes in Afghanistan - BBC News
Plane crashes in Afghanistan - BBC News
26 kun oldin
A passenger plane has crashed in eastern Afghanistan, officials have said. The aircraft came down in the Deh Yak district of Ghazni, to the south west of Kabul, a provincial spokesman told local media. The plane crashed and caught fire due to technical reasons, the spokesman said. The plane was initially reported to have belonged to Ariana Airlines but they have now denied this. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
China coronavirus 'spreads before symptoms show' - BBC News
China coronavirus 'spreads before symptoms show' - BBC News
27 kun oldin
A new coronavirus that has spread to almost 2,000 people is infectious in its incubation period - before symptoms show - making it harder to contain, Chinese officials say. Some 56 people have died from the virus. Health minister Ma Xiaowei told reporters the ability of the virus to spread appeared to be strengthening. Several Chinese cities have imposed significant travel restrictions. Wuhan in Hubei, the source of the outbreak, is in effective lockdown Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
China coronavirus: The virus spread to Europe with 3 cases confirmed in France - BBC News
China coronavirus: The virus spread to Europe with 3 cases confirmed in France - BBC News
28 kun oldin
The death toll from a newly-discovered coronavirus in China has risen to 41 on the day of the Lunar New Year. Another 15 deaths in the Hubei province, where the outbreak began, were announced on Saturday. Health officials are struggling to contain the outbreak as millions of people travel for the new year festival, one of the most important dates in its calendar. There are now more than 1,200 confirmed cases in China. The virus has also now spread to Europe, with three cases confirmed in France. The UK is investigating a number of suspected cases, while officials there are trying to trace around 2,000 people who have recently flown to the UK from Hubei province. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
China coronavirus: Death toll rises as more cities restrict travel - BBC News
China coronavirus: Death toll rises as more cities restrict travel - BBC News
29 kun oldin
China has widened its travel restrictions in Hubei province - the centre of the coronavirus outbreak - as the death toll climbed to 26. The restrictions will affect at least 20 million people across 10 cities, including the capital, Wuhan, where the virus emerged. On Thursday, a coronavirus patient died in northern Hebei province - making it the first death outside Hubei. Another death was later confirmed in north-east Heilongjiang province. The province borders Russia and is more than 2,000 kilometres (1,200 miles) from Wuhan. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Huge rally as Iraqis demand US troops pull out - BBC News
Huge rally as Iraqis demand US troops pull out - BBC News
29 kun oldin
Huge crowds have taken to the streets of Iraq's capital, Baghdad, to demand that US forces leave Iraq. Powerful Iraqi Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr earlier called for a million people to join Friday's march, close to the US embassy in the capital. Iranian-backed militias are among those protesting in the city. The US killing of the top Iranian military commander, Gen Qasem Soleimani, on 3 January at Baghdad airport has fuelled tensions. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Why is Italy swinging to the far right? - BBC News
Why is Italy swinging to the far right? - BBC News
29 kun oldin
Italy’s far right leader, Matteo Salvini, is hoping to cause a political shock by winning Sunday’s regional election in Emilia Romagna, a stronghold of the left since the Second World War. That could topple the government and sweep him to national power. So what is driving support for his populist far right League party? Reporter: Mark Lowen; producer: Julian Miglierini; camera: Francesco Tosto; editor: Juan Dominguez Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Australia fires: US crew dead in firefighting plane crash - BBC News
Australia fires: US crew dead in firefighting plane crash - BBC News
29 kun oldin
Three US firefighters who died when their air tanker crashed while battling blazes in Australia have been identified. Captain Ian McBeth, 45, first officer Paul Clyde Hudson, 43, and flight engineer Rick A DeMorgan Jr, 44, were killed in New South Wales on Thursday. The cause of the C-130 Hercules crash is not yet known. New South Wales (NSW) Premier Gladys Berejiklian called it an "unbelievable loss" and offered a state memorial. Officials lost contact with the plane, owned by Canadian firefighting company Coulson Aviation, shortly before 13:30 local time (02:30 GMT). Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
China coronavirus: Authorities shut major tourist sites including the Forbidden City- BBC News
China coronavirus: Authorities shut major tourist sites including the Forbidden City- BBC News
29 kun oldin
China has widened its travel restrictions in Hubei province - the centre of the coronavirus outbreak - as the death toll climbed to 26. The restrictions will affect at least 20 million people across 10 cities, including the capital Wuhan, where the virus emerged. On Thursday, a coronavirus patient died in nearby Hebei province - making it the first death outside Hubei. Another death was later confirmed in north-east Heilongjiang province. The province borders Russia and is more than 2,000 kilometres (1,200 miles) from Wuhan. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
China coronavirus: Beijing cancelled Chinese New Year celebrations - BBC News
China coronavirus: Beijing cancelled Chinese New Year celebrations - BBC News
Oy oldin
Lockdown measures are increasing across China's Hubei province to try to control the spread of a new virus that has left 17 people dead. Wuhan, Hubei's capital of 11 million people where the virus first emerged, has no trains or planes in or out. At least four other provincial cities are seeing clampdowns on transport. There are more than 500 confirmed cases of the virus, which has spread abroad, with Singapore, Saudi Arabia and Vietnam the latest affected. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Trump impeachment trial begins with witness battle  - BBC News
Trump impeachment trial begins with witness battle - BBC News
Oy oldin
US Democrats have ruled out a "witness swap" with Republicans in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial. Lawmakers who are seeking to remove the president from office hope to hear testimony from his former National Security Adviser John Bolton. But Democrats refused any deal to allow the son of former US Vice-President Joe Biden to be called as a witness. Mr Trump is accused of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. He strongly denies any wrongdoing. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Australia fires: Turnbull accuses Scott Morrison of 'misleading' nation - BBC News
Australia fires: Turnbull accuses Scott Morrison of 'misleading' nation - BBC News
Oy oldin
Australian PM Scott Morrison has been accused of lacking leadership during the bushfire crisis - by the man he replaced after a party room coup. Malcolm Turnbull, who was deposed in 2018, told the BBC that Mr Morrison had misled the country by "downplaying" the influence of global warming. Mr Morrison apologised last month for taking a US holiday amid the fires. He has insisted his policies are adequate. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Chinese city to shut public transport - BBC News
Coronavirus: Chinese city to shut public transport - BBC News
Oy oldin
A Chinese city of nearly 11 million people is to temporarily shut public transport as it tries to halt the outbreak of a new virus. The coronavirus outbreak has killed 17 people so far, and there are more than 500 confirmed cases. Those living in the city of Wuhan have been advised not to leave, as millions of people are due to travel for the upcoming Lunar New Year holiday. The airport and train stations will also be closed to outgoing passengers. Part of the BBC News at Ten’s coverage, presented by Huw Edwards, with reporting from our medical correspondent Fergus Walsh. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Königstiger
Königstiger - 16 soat oldin
Remove the WHO CCP puppets
robin vail
robin vail - 16 soat oldin
I had a dream they were turning purple.
Lee Felix
Lee Felix - 16 soat oldin
We got 200 new cases just today in S.korea It's getting out of control
Dawn Bentleah
Dawn Bentleah - 16 soat oldin
I take his sons place. Sign me up. Hate this world
AUS
AUS - 16 soat oldin
ironic china talks about racists because chinese are the most racist people in the world.
Becca Davis
Becca Davis - 16 soat oldin
Do u fix the cats so it doesnt over populate, geez it doesnt look like it
dotosmelucio
dotosmelucio - 16 soat oldin
You let your family gone in replacement for prestige and power which will not last coz in leadership there is none indispensable
Rome O
Rome O - 16 soat oldin
Shouldve invited him to the U.S. and locked him up.
Yasar Beg
Yasar Beg - 16 soat oldin
I thought this virus is less dangerous than flu 🤔🤔
Camilo Madrid
Camilo Madrid - 16 soat oldin
White people vs black people
Carla Broderick
Carla Broderick - 16 soat oldin
Down with Putin and Assad. US has nothing to do with this, in fact when Putin took the side of Assad, US gave up the fight except in the Kurdish NE where they advise and supply Kurds.
CyberDasherXD
CyberDasherXD - 16 soat oldin
Overrated person
Raymond Lo
Raymond Lo - 16 soat oldin
She really thinks the 'god' will save everyone? 2:20 ... Sometimes lots of disasters are man-made thanks to these.
Jason Harwood
Jason Harwood - 16 soat oldin
What about the UK ffs cant believe half of this mis information bullshit no wonder it's a "keep your distance" time..!! Publics interests come 2nd that's if there even that hight up...long as they maintain control taxes and supposed stability all they care about , we live in a great location to keep this shit away if we wanted to it would cost but they ain't going to shut stuff down and chance the economy and there power over us so we are being lied to and put at risk ....understand it but its still shit and they can do alot more..
jdk Kittrell
jdk Kittrell - 16 soat oldin
The Chinese government created this global virus they want admit to it
Monyea jojo
Monyea jojo - 16 soat oldin
We all came here to see the dick. 😏👅🍆
Track Step
Track Step - 16 soat oldin
still to young to judge world hm
Dupa Essex
Dupa Essex - 16 soat oldin
2:25 - Another religious cult killing more people and think they can pray away COVID-19...!!!
Cherokee Mack
Cherokee Mack - 16 soat oldin
Where are they going to send them so they can hide from this shit they've created. Good luck.
Dustin troutman
Dustin troutman - 16 soat oldin
How can there be 1k dislikes? so many haters... congrats to these beautiful people
Army Fahhh
Army Fahhh - 16 soat oldin
I thought maybe he was Kars because an object hit him causing it to fall to the ground..
jabbar kazmi
jabbar kazmi - 16 soat oldin
priti patels parents had done PHD in shopkeeping before comming to the UK . ....it was specialization in paper shops i think.....so that gave them 20 points.
sarahx87
sarahx87 - 16 soat oldin
i want that monitor screen
Panamanian Thing Scene
Panamanian Thing Scene - 16 soat oldin
This is so sad.So many people have lost their lives behind this..
smile face
smile face - 16 soat oldin
i would to stressted out go crazy if in there
Parvez Alam Khan
Parvez Alam Khan - 16 soat oldin
This should be a lesson for all those people who target muslims, god has mysterious ways to take revenge, ,uighurs were left in lurch, isolated, killed, no w god is doing the same to china, beware muslim prayers are accepted at gods kingdom
Kenneth Akin
Kenneth Akin - 16 soat oldin
They say that no man is above the law, then trump must not be a man he must a slippery reptilian snake, I bet he payed off the senate or the senate are all reptilian scum as well. If Trump can get away with breaking the law then so can everybody else, the law is created by man therefore man can break it, and Trump and the senate has showed us that clear as day.
Busty Blonde Beach Bunny
Busty Blonde Beach Bunny - 16 soat oldin
It's funny Prince Andrew said he was more Ghislaine Maxwell's friend than Jeffrey Epstein's . Even though she is very guilty of Child Sex Traffikking too ! Speaking of Ghislaine. Where is she ? . Probably on her Yacht in Greece alway's on the lookout for more underage cuties to traffikk. She probably has her own private island too. She is a Billionaire as well...
Gauss24
Gauss24 - 16 soat oldin
Conspiracy theorist are gonna be everywhere spreading as much bullshit as possible
Deirdre
Deirdre - 16 soat oldin
I love how they said "We had to think about it" in unison. Make sure no sacrifices were gonna be made lol
Ria
Ria - 16 soat oldin
Believers in Christ need to pray and fast while we still have health
Sweet Carolina
Sweet Carolina - 16 soat oldin
##### Is this just political craziness? Okay, I will say that all the generation my age would start to think twice (you know what I mean) Let's stand up and fight for our Mother's and Father's who are still alive and in there dying age. Let's stand up for Trump for 2020! He is only the candidate where I can see fit for OUR Country! Amen! #2
Çräzy Girl
Çräzy Girl - 16 soat oldin
Soo means anyone can kill there as gunman not as a terrorist .
Deva karan
Deva karan - 16 soat oldin
This is the reason god given them Corona as a gift
Love One another
Love One another - 16 soat oldin
Glad I didn’t buy cruise tickets as a surprise for my husband’s Christmas gift. Prayers for all.🙏🙏🙏🇺🇸❤️❤️❤️
Gustav_A_Verdade
Gustav_A_Verdade - 16 soat oldin
Nice try. Nice try. Only a try.
Ron Jefferson
Ron Jefferson - 16 soat oldin
facebook.com/100003878290164/posts/3421402754665634/
Allen Wu
Allen Wu - 16 soat oldin
Im Chinese from South China. I got to say honestly the confirm case number keeps going down for a week!! If it is happening in your country, could your country could control it like us?? All people in Wuhan stay at home and get test if get cough or fever
DeviantMotives
DeviantMotives - 16 soat oldin
That “WHO” guy makes me sick and needs to be fired. He covers up things
jcasa12
jcasa12 - 16 soat oldin
Its like a disaster movie but its real life
SomeTwo
SomeTwo - 16 soat oldin
Bad History-Putin starts playing “Hi,My Name Is Vlad...”
Dsch Dsch
Dsch Dsch - 16 soat oldin
A current Korean president, MoonJaeIn, is a pro China and socialist. He let tens of thousands Chinese come to South Korea. & look at wtf is happening in Korea.
ShiDaFu
ShiDaFu - 16 soat oldin
So, EVERYONE is gonna get this. Figures.
Silver and Stones
Silver and Stones - 16 soat oldin
##### Is this just political craziness? Okay, I will say that all the generation my age would start to think twice (you know what I mean) Let's stand up and fight for our Mother's and Father's who are still alive and in there dying age. Let's stand up for Trump for 2020! He is only the candidate where I can see fit for OUR Country! Amen! #2
Trigger Troll
Trigger Troll - 16 soat oldin
It’s air borne it’s over.
raven scott
raven scott - 16 soat oldin
he can only be comfortable with his own cousins aka cousin dating. then he be happy boy.
• iAmWosie •
• iAmWosie • - 16 soat oldin
Welcome to the comment section where one topic leads to another, and then to a war on who's right with their own religion along with racist comments.
Ruby Castillo
Ruby Castillo - 16 soat oldin
This hurts my heart...I'm a kid myself and I'm scared about this kind of thing happening to me.
TheGerman Fnaffan
TheGerman Fnaffan - 16 soat oldin
HE'S THE ONLY FORMER LEADER OF THE SOVIET UNION THAT I LIKE AND DON'T HATE, BeCAUSE IN MY OPINION HE IS THE BEST OF THEM ALL!
Carlias Leiu
Carlias Leiu - 16 soat oldin
I see the journalist wearing face mask with breathing valve, which is not safe. Better wear those without breathing valve.
Rosa Baruco Pitti
Rosa Baruco Pitti - 16 soat oldin
I have been homeless myself more than once. In one occasion, single mother with a small child, I became a part of a program for homeless family. I had no issues with domestic violence, not addiction but Iow income like many in this country. That program required we lived in churches basements for a week. We have to move every Sunday, except for the weekends of Thanksgiving and Christmas. People fed us and gave us presents. They were nice christians. However, some people treated us "different". I had a job but the whole situation was so overwhelming, I decided to move out of that program after three months. I moved to a room with a friend. I was getting too depressed and couldn't wait six months for the possibility of getting an apartment with housing. Later, I was able to get my own place by renting. I still live with the fear of being homeless, a fear for myself and my family. Its the cost of housing and living cost in general in relation to wages and job opportunities.
Kaung Kyaw
Kaung Kyaw - 16 soat oldin
Wait is it illegal to live in seclusion or is it because they might’ve been there against their will? I was planning on doing this, probably without children though.
mat Right1981
mat Right1981 - 16 soat oldin
The Kurds are some tough people
Prophetess Malissa
Prophetess Malissa - 16 soat oldin
Watch Prophetess Malissa On UZmind: Psalms 91 SPIRIT Of Protection
farhad AFG
farhad AFG - 16 soat oldin
طالب یو زای خزه وغیم دولت بی ناموسه بل زای یو هم د سری زمن ندی ناموس ده داسی بی سواده او بیغیرته قوم وغیم دا هر سه د خپله لاسه شوی.....
Ruth Leal
Ruth Leal - 16 soat oldin
Someone know if Italia have Coronavirus? Is true?
Maikel Ruiz
Maikel Ruiz - 16 soat oldin
The stupid policeman should get the electric chair
dkiceman10
dkiceman10 - 16 soat oldin
Why Japan is being criticized?! Wtf?! They are not even responsiblr for that ship but they helped anyway! The hell is wrong with you?
Paris7Bella W
Paris7Bella W - 16 soat oldin
BBC这个贱人今天终于收敛了很多,再无底线黑我们中国,WSJ就是你的前车,哈哈...
Amy Jeon
Amy Jeon - 16 soat oldin
What a great start 2020 😒
mukden manchu
mukden manchu - 17 soat oldin
Silly local Ukranian!
Shae Love
Shae Love - 17 soat oldin
I didn't think we had good people on this earth anymore
Zhiyang Lu
Zhiyang Lu - 17 soat oldin
At this time "made in china" stuff has more credibility than those reported numbers.
Deadnitez N.Z.
Deadnitez N.Z. - 17 soat oldin
??????white folks think white ways!!!!!!
NightsChapterSeven
NightsChapterSeven - 17 soat oldin
cult leader: mission accomplished
ひきこもり。孤独な死。高橋正臣。Masaomi Eric Takahashi.
ひきこもり。孤独な死。高橋正臣。Masaomi Eric Takahashi. - 17 soat oldin
I Am Legend by Wil Smith comes to mind. 28 Days by Brian Bloom also comes to mind. Judgement Day have taken on a total different route according to the movie- Terminator. Ha! Ha! Ha! For me, I hope it will eventually end with the entire U.S. being disseminated by the Corona Virus! Now, that will be extremely interesting as they deliberately inserted the Corona virus into China, they will end up being totally infected by it. I call it: BACKFIRED. The fall of the U.S. Tyrant and we shall be free from their tyranny and deceitful lies, manipulation and bollocks propagandas! Amen to that. Karma. What goes around comes around.
Min Zhang
Min Zhang - 17 soat oldin
I first think no need to change our name to make it convenient for others. Other nationals never really change their name to accommodate others. We should respect our identity.
Siempre yo Yo
Siempre yo Yo - 17 soat oldin
OK I'm not fishing yet, but at first he say contained won't be good solution in other words and should be accepted as daily, as he considering resources? Like in the case is spread globally even in China alone is be a huge burden on resources even they are trying to contain, if you see global population and even they say is a small percent that died I have doubts of that, if you see the number of cases on rest of world that is not china, you see how they are recovering slow or fast on how many dying, if you add numbers of people that will need medical assistance, and for the amount of time, do a single country have resources to allow that thing to be part of daily life? Medical profecionals, medicine hospital space, beds, ect ect, so no I don't think not a single country is ready for let that thing be part of daily life.
Giavani 2016
Giavani 2016 - 17 soat oldin
So, how does a person in South Korea contract the disease, when there was no contact at all with the virus? Something's strange here. This is acting more like a manufactured virus, which would spread with the wind if released. I think China has committed a great error. Fortunately, we have the technology to identify a human "fingerprint" if the virus was manmade. My gut tells me the Chinese government tried it's best to cover up the release of a tampered virus. One that is insidious, and that can survive outside of a lab. Maybe I'm all wrong. I hope so.
Hue kim
Hue kim - 17 soat oldin
peacewithGod.net
COVID-19
COVID-19 - 17 soat oldin
why does the quality looks like its from 28 days later
톡끼!!!
톡끼!!! - 17 soat oldin
Help me
Prophetess Malissa
Prophetess Malissa - 17 soat oldin
Watch Prophetess Malissa On UZmind: Psalms 91 SPIRIT Of Protection
_Kodokushi _
_Kodokushi _ - 17 soat oldin
"The road to hell is paid with good intention." -This guy
Delisha Taylor
Delisha Taylor - 17 soat oldin
This is a great story i love this it's so inspiring
Luis Varela
Luis Varela - 17 soat oldin
This sounds like a war with chemical weapons ... maybe a mistake, maybe not so much ... Another Chernovil ...
Oh My Guru
Oh My Guru - 17 soat oldin
Watch Sadhguru's advice on Covid -19 uzmind.info/video/pYOBypx-smXVtLc.html
David Longenberger
David Longenberger - 17 soat oldin
It's something how you don't hear any cases in Russia or north Korea or Iran 🤔🤔🤔
DODO
DODO - 17 soat oldin
Idlib is Jihad-infested snake pit. All Jihadis must die. All of them. Now is the time to break this cancer. I’m sorry but this nasty BBC propaganda is beyond the pale: “Oh poor people are suffering in Idlib, oh the naughty Russkies are at it again!” You shut up you hypocrites! How many civilians died in the RAF carpet bombing of Dresden? Were all of them Nazies? BBC - Judas frieking priest!
William Saltzmann
William Saltzmann - 17 soat oldin
China screwed up, this virus is all on them and a racist card will fix any of this.
Darryl Redding
Darryl Redding - 17 soat oldin
That's why that man is a millionaire, he's blessed and now he is blessing someone else, May God continue to bless you all , Amen thank you sir...
Prophetess Malissa
Prophetess Malissa - 17 soat oldin
Watch Prophetess Malissa On UZmind:: Psalms 91 SPIRIT Of Protection
Just apple, lol
Just apple, lol - 17 soat oldin
Today we listening to traitor of russia👏
Lynda Faye
Lynda Faye - 17 soat oldin
I'd like to see the TRUE numbers and how they multiplied on the cruise ship, compared to the untrue numbers from China -Must be a way to figure the RATIO, yes ? Can't believe anything from China. Can YOU figure it out ? Also, there are 4 uiv. students infected in Washington-(KREM TV -two days ago; nobody seems to be reporting on- One came to Travis I think ?
Lefty righty
Lefty righty - 17 soat oldin
Mr journalist; what is barbaric and dark is to kill babies.. i understand that people who abort do not see it like this and they are not intrinsically bad, they just don’t realize the truth. You don’t realize which is the truth. There are... MILLIONS of Killed babies.
James Shawn
James Shawn - 17 soat oldin
Ben is so dumb
Hue kim
Hue kim - 17 soat oldin
PeacewithGod.net
JJB V
JJB V - 17 soat oldin
Keep it up Downtown.
Juan
Juan - 17 soat oldin
If I didn't know where it came from i'd probably be able to eat it
Infinite solar for all
Infinite solar for all - 17 soat oldin
One of the best platforms for smaller companies is Podio, it’s a wonderful platform for project management and I’ve used it for 7 years
Abey Qureshi
Abey Qureshi - 17 soat oldin
1:44 LOOOOOOOOOOOOL - Was he being sarcastic ?? looool
Trae griffin
Trae griffin - 17 soat oldin
Numbers going up but news is covering less 🤷🏾‍♂️
Colshy TheComedian
Colshy TheComedian - 17 soat oldin
The rap dude denies a charge of carrying illegal guns and is under house arrest. 20 secs earlier his mate shoves a gun in cameraman's face 🙄
Vlad Dracoson
Vlad Dracoson - 17 soat oldin
Are you satisfied with the decisions being made by just one govt.... What a pathetic globalist piece of crap.
Franco Palumbo
Franco Palumbo - 17 soat oldin
UK - WTF - I had faith in you,,,,,No More Immigrants - I want to Visit the UK Again - Now No Way!
Trousersnake Pliskin
Trousersnake Pliskin - 17 soat oldin
The insanity of the Doomsday cultists taken to it's logical conclusion. The big surprise is that more brain dead fools aren't doing it (they probably are - we just don't know about them yet).
Dennis Valenty
Dennis Valenty - 17 soat oldin
So wtf Chinese government you are responsible for killing us all.
jess Scifres
jess Scifres - 17 soat oldin
For crying out loud the ever heard of the ice age. it's been melting for how many years? Well it's still melting
Yola Montalvan
Yola Montalvan - 17 soat oldin
*Have more respect for The President of The United States Of America, Vladimir Putin.*
Max. Z.
Max. Z. - 17 soat oldin
Two Words, Ok Boomer