• How British is a Mini?
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    How British is a Mini?

    When it comes to symbols of British manufacturing, it doesn't get more iconic than this - but how British is the Mini? BBC Business Editor Simon Jack finds out.

  • Canadian Olympian Eric Radford in Toronto for Pride festivities
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    Canadian Olympian Eric Radford in Toronto for Pride festivities

    Chats with CBC's Heather Hiscox about new initiative by Canadian Olympic Committee called Be You

  • Tearful reunion of migrant mom and son separated at U.S. border
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    Tearful reunion of migrant mom and son separated at U.S. border

    Guatemalan mom and son were apart for nearly a month after crossing at Arizona

  • Airbus UK boss: 'Chaos' if no-deal Brexit
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    Airbus UK boss: 'Chaos' if no-deal Brexit

    Airbus UK boss Katherine Bennett has said the company is fearful of "chaos at the borders" in the event of a no-deal Brexit.The company - which employs 14,000 people at 25 sites in the UK - has warned it could leave the UK if it exits the EU single market and customs union without a transition

  • Basil Brush turns 50 - Boom Boom
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    Basil Brush turns 50 - Boom Boom

    The veteran children's television character talks to Simon McCoy about the Royal family and the World Cup.

  • Terror survivor: 'We've had no support financially'
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    Terror survivor: 'We've had no support financially'

    One of the British survivors of the 2015 Tunisia beach attack has called on the government to create a fund to support all terror survivors.Shirley Church, whose legs had to be amputated following the attack, says her husband has had to pay for all her medical expenses.The government says it is committed

  • Seeds of hope
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    Seeds of hope

    Faith groups in the US have long provided initiatives like food drives and soup kitchens to help feed those in need – but there’s a growing movement across different religions to create fully-fledged agricultural communities. From New Jersey to Wisconsin, people are gathering to disrupt how food is

  • Aboard the Aquarius as it returns to sea
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    Aboard the Aquarius as it returns to sea

    The search-and-rescue ship Aquarius spent last week in the middle of an international diplomatic row, after it was turned away by Italy and needed to find a port for the hundreds of stranded migrants it had rescued.Spain eventually allowed the ship to dock - and now it's back at sea in the Mediterranean

  • The man using 'junk food' to stop food waste
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    The man using 'junk food' to stop food waste

    Adam Smith wants to tackle the world's food waste problem, and thinks his idea can feed millions of hungry people - without needing to grow any more food. His Real Junk Food Project is runner-up in our 2018 Global Food Champion Award.Image: Adam Smith. Credit: BBC

  • Mum and son migrants reunited in US
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    Mum and son migrants reunited in US

    After weeks apart, a mum has been reunited with her seven-year-old boy at Baltimore airport in the US.Beata Mariana Mejia-Mejia and her son Darwin were separated as part of the 'zero-tolerance' policy, which President Trump has since reversed.They crossed the US border in May and attempted to

  • Koko the gorilla dead at age 46
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    Koko the gorilla dead at age 46

    Koko, the world-famous gorilla who learned sign language, has died at the age of 46.

  • Resignation of Quebec health minister demanded over comments
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    Resignation of Quebec health minister demanded over comments

    The controversy is all about the subtext: a long and ugly history of stereotyping Indigenous people.

  • Marvel's newest superhero Snowguard is an Inuit teen
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    Marvel's newest superhero Snowguard is an Inuit teen

    The Toronto writer who brought her to life is not Indigenous, but made sure the character was true to her Inuit background.

  • Trudeau's Oceans Protection Plan gets mixed reviews
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    Trudeau's Oceans Protection Plan gets mixed reviews

    Some Indigenous leaders are pleased with the agreement, but critics say it's confusing given the government's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.

  • Nurses union grilled on Wettlaufer termination deal
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    Nurses union grilled on Wettlaufer termination deal

    The union is also facing questions about its demands for a reference letter for Wettlaufer and that it never reported concerns about her performance.

  • Alexandre Bissonnette's dad: My son isn't a monster
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    Alexandre Bissonnette's dad: My son isn't a monster

    Bissonnette's parents recognize the damage Alexandre has done, but also hope for understanding of his troubled background.

  • Melania Trump's visit to shelter for migrant children creates more controversy
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    Melania Trump's visit to shelter for migrant children creates more controversy

    Melania Trump's visit to a shelter for migrant children was supposed to be one of goodwill, but ended up creating more controversy.

  • Little outrage from Trump voters over family separation
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    Little outrage from Trump voters over family separation

    While the rest of the world cries foul, there has been little outrage from Trump voters over the separation of families seeking asylum in the U.S.

  • Drone footage shows 'tent city' immigration centre
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    Drone footage shows 'tent city' immigration centre

    Queues can be seen at the Tornillo Port of Entry facility at the border between Mexico and Texas.

  • What's wrong with Neymar?
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    What's wrong with Neymar?

    The Brazilian player's fans explain why he's been off his game so far at the World Cup in Russia.

  • The Roundup
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    The Roundup

    Mark Satov, founder of Satov Consultants, on some of the day's top stories.

  • Internet tax
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    Internet tax

    Charlie O’Shea of Moody’s on a U.S. court ruling allowing states to collect sales tax on items sold on the web.

  • Trade fight fallout
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    Trade fight fallout

    Dan Eberhart, CEO of Canary LLC, on how tariffs could disrupt the current flow of oil.

  • Beer changes
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    Beer changes

    Tim McLaughlin is director of marketing at Steam Whistle.

  • Meet the teacher who wears school uniform
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    Meet the teacher who wears school uniform

    Alex Maina Kariuki is a school principal with a difference. He insists on wearing the same school uniform as his students.BBC Africa's One Minute Stories went to meet him to find out why.Video Journalist: Anthony Irungu.