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    The British Broadcasting Corporation is a British public service broadcaster. Its headquarters are at Broadcasting House in Westminster, London, and it is the world's oldest national broadcasting organisation and the largest broadcaster in the world by number of employees.

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    Brexit, climate change on Johnson's UNGA agenda
    International

    Brexit, climate change on Johnson's UNGA agenda

    Brexit, climate change and instability in the Middle East will be on the agenda when British Prime Minister Boris Johnson meets other world leaders on the sidelines of the 74th UN General Assembly (UNGA) session in New York next week.

    Storming of Area 51 to 'see aliens' fails to materialise
    International

    Storming of Area 51 to 'see aliens' fails to materialise

    Fears that thousands of people could storm Area 51 "to see aliens" were unfounded, with just several dozen arriving at the secretive US military base in the state of Nevada, a media report said on Saturday.

    Taiwan loses another ally as Kiribati cuts ties
    International

    Taiwan loses another ally as Kiribati cuts ties

    The Pacific island nation of Kiribati has become the second country this week to sever ties with Taiwan and switch diplomatic recognition to China.

    UK's Brexit Secretary to meet EU's chief negotiator
    International

    UK's Brexit Secretary to meet EU's chief negotiator

    Stephen Barclay, the UK's Brexit Secretary, will on Friday hold talks with the European Union's (EU) chief negotiator Michel Barnier in Brussels.

    Stokes blasts daily for practising 'lowest form of journalism'
    Cricket

    Stokes blasts daily for practising 'lowest form of journalism'

    England all-rounder Ben Stokes on Tuesday lambasted an English daily for publishing details about his personal life and family, terming the act as "utterly disgusting" and the "lowest form of journalism".

    Johnson to 'see what judges say' on recalling Parliament
    International

    Johnson to 'see what judges say' on recalling Parliament

    UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that he would "wait and see what the judges say" before deciding whether to recall Parliament.

    Boris didn't believe in Brexit, says former PM Cameron
    International

    Boris didn't believe in Brexit, says former PM Cameron

    Boris Johnson did not believe in Brexit during the 2016 referendum campaign and only backed 'Leave' to advance his political fortunes, then Prime Minister David Cameron says in his forthcoming memoir, reports said.

    US, Brazil agree to Amazon development
    International

    US, Brazil agree to Amazon development

    The US and Brazil have agreed to promote private-sector development in the Amazon and has also pledged a $100 million biodiversity conservation fund for the world's largest rainforest which has been ravaged by massive wildfires.

    CIA unveils Cold War spy-pigeon missions: Report
    International

    CIA unveils Cold War spy-pigeon missions: Report

    The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has declassified details of its secret Cold War spy-pigeon missions, revealing how pigeons were trained for clandestine operations photographing sensitive sites inside the Soviet Union and dolphins for underwater missions, the media reported.

    UK Speaker pledges 'creativity' to stop no-deal Brexit
    International

    UK Speaker pledges 'creativity' to stop no-deal Brexit

    John Bercow, the Speaker of the UK's House of Commons, has vowed "creativity" in Parliament if Prime Minister Boris Johnson ignores the law designed to stop a no-deal Brexit.

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