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Nick Clegg: 'Social media platforms must make protections better'
The new Facebook vice-president says the firm will do "whatever it takes" to make its platforms safer.
Black Panther star on being 'young, gifted and black'
Chadwick Boseman says Black Panther has changed what it means to be "young, gifted and black". But do young black actors agree?
Venezuela crisis: Will the US target oil exports?
Washington is trying to cripple President Maduro's government but is yet to sanction its key oil exports.
Jair Bolsonaro: Brazil's leader has colostomy bag removed
The Brazilian leader was injured in a knife attack while on the campaign trail in September.
Functioning alcoholics on their road to recovery
Meet a mum, student and city worker who all know what it's like to be a 'functioning alcoholic'.
Dog whistles: The secret language politicians are using
From Obama's clothing to the Brexit campaign - how to decode the hidden messages in politics known as "dog whistles".
Taliban talks: Draft framework for Afghanistan peace 'agreed'
The US and Taliban agree in principle on a framework for a peace deal after 17 years of war.
Six Tanzanian children killed 'for body parts'
Tanzanian authorities say the bodies were missing ears and teeth in deaths linked to witchcraft.
Screen time 'may harm toddlers'
A large study suggests excessive use may slow a toddler's development in language and sociability.
US files charges against China's Huawei and CFO Meng Wanzhou
Among the charges are accusations of fraud, obstruction of justice and theft of technology.