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‘Things are getting worse’: economic collapse looms again in Zimbabwe.

Locals say conditions have deteriorated since July’s contentious election, as world powers keep their distance Jason Burke Africa correspondent Sun 23 Sep 2018 11.48 BST Last modified on Sun 23 Sep 2018 16.15 BST Zimbabwe faces a deepening economic crisis as hopes...

Video of The YMCA hostel accused of failing the young homeless.

This BBC investigation reveals claims that the YMCA North London is failing the young people that live there. As the largest provider of supported and safe accommodation in England for young people, the YMCA plays a big role in tackling youth homelessness in the UK....

More than 50 drugdealers convicted over ‘county lines’ operations from London to provincial towns so far this year.

More than 50 dealers have been convicted of running “county lines” drugs operations from London to provincial towns and cities so far this year, prosecutors revealed today. Five gang members face sentencing today for running a network supplying Class A crack cocaine...

Tenant rights: Can a landlord kick me out?

Millions of people pay monthly rent to a landlord for a room or a home, but many will be unclear about their rights as a tenant. BBC News asked Citizens Advice to answer the 20 most commonly asked questions. 1. Can a landlord kick me out without a reason, and how much...

Germany launches world’s first hydrogen powered train

Germany launches world’s first hydrogen-powered train Two trains built by the French train maker Alstom are now operating on a 62 mile stretch of line in northern 🇩🇪 Germany. The world’s first hydrogen fuel cell passenger train is now running in northern...
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