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  • South Koreans mark 72 years since end of Japanese rule

    South Koreans are celebrating National Liberation Day, marking 72 years since the end of Japanese colonial rule. One of the main events is the ceremonial ringing of the Boshingak bell in central Seoul.

    South Koreans mark 72 years since end of Japanese rule
    South Koreans mark 72 years since end of Japanese rule

    South Koreans are celebrating National Liberation Day, marking 72 years since the end of Japanese colonial rule. One of the main events is the ceremonial ringing of the Boshingak bell in central Seoul.

    02:46Aug 16, 2017

  • Did Mexicans benefit from NAFTA?

    Supporters of NAFTA in Mexico had promised more employment opportunities after the trade deal. But more than half of the population still live below the poverty line, a proportion that remains unchanged from 1993, before the deal went into effect.

    Did Mexicans benefit from NAFTA?
  • Colombia declares peace with FARC as weapons handed over

    FARC rebels in Colombia have handed over the last of their weapons to the UN, eight months after a peace deal was struck.

    Colombia declares peace with FARC as weapons handed over
  • At least 600 people missing after Sierra Leone floods

    At least 600 people are still missing after a massive wall of mud and water wiped out whole neighbourhoods in Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown.

    At least 600 people missing after Sierra Leone floods
  • Trump again blames 'both sides' for Virginia violence

    US President Donald Trump has again sparked controversy over violent clashes at a white supremacist rally in Virginia.

    Trump again blames 'both sides' for Virginia violence
  • Florida racial tensions reflected in street-name disputes

    Hate crime is on the rise in the US, and the recent unrest in Charlottesville, Virginia, has brought the issue into sharp focus.

    Florida racial tensions reflected in street-name disputes