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Asia shares continue global rebound, bonds benefit from the unknown

Jun 29, 2016

Asia shares continue global rebound, bonds benefit from the unknown

Wall Street and bourses across Europe have been recovering some of the ground since Britain on June 24 voted to leave the European Union, BBC reported. #BBC #Shanghai Composite #Nikkei #Asian stocks #Hang Seng
UK that Scotland voted to stay in does not exist any more: Nicola Sturgeon

Jun 26, 2016

UK that Scotland voted to stay in does not exist any more: Nicola Sturgeon

The Britain that Scotland voted to stay a part of in a 2014 referendum "does not exist any more," Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said. #BBC #European Union #TheySaidIt #Scotland #UK #Sunday Times #Nicola Sturgeon
BBC religion chief Aaqil Ahmed links Islamic State with Islam

Jun 02, 2016

BBC religion chief Aaqil Ahmed links Islamic State with Islam

It is time to acknowledge the "uncomfortable" truth that the Islamic State is linked with Islam as the terror group is "not preaching Judaism," the BBC head of religion and ethics has said. #BBC #TheySaidIt #David Cameron #islamic-state #Huddersfield University
Diversify content, cater to religious minorities: BBC's internal review

May 17, 2016

Diversify content, cater to religious minorities: BBC's internal review

The BBC should give more airtime to Hindu, Sikh and Muslim religious programmes and diversify its programmming to balance out its "too Christian" output. #World #BBC #NewsTracker #United Kingdom #UK #minorities #Hindu #Muslim #Sikhs #religious diversity #BBC radio #BBC television
BBC correspondent detained in North Korea for 'non-objective reporting'

May 09, 2016

BBC correspondent detained in North Korea for 'non-objective reporting'

BBC correspondent Rupert Wingfield-Hayes has been detained in North Korea and is to be expelled from the country over reporting. #BBC #NewsTracker #North Korea #Pyongyang #detained #Correspondent #Rupert Wingfield-Hayes
Snake charmers, modernity and tweets: How the BBC managed to hurt us

Apr 19, 2016

Snake charmers, modernity and tweets: How the BBC managed to hurt us

The response to a tweet by the BBC calling India a land of 'snake charmers' says a lot about history, stereotypes and the nature of social media. #BBC #Twitter #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #ConnectTheDots #Sania Mirza #Martina Hingis #snake charmer #BBC Pop Up
No one told me I was going to be interviewed by a Muslim: Myanmar democracy veteran Suu Kyi

Mar 26, 2016

No one told me I was going to be interviewed by a Muslim: Myanmar democracy veteran Suu Kyi

Myanmar democracy veteran Aung San Suu Kyi angrily complained about being interviewed by a Muslim BBC presenter who pressed her about violence against Rohingya Muslims, a biographer claimed on Friday. #BBC #NewsTracker #Interview #Aung San Suu Kyi #Muslim #Rohingya Muslims #Myanmmar
Pope John Paul II had 'intense' friendship with married woman for over 30 years: BBC

Feb 16, 2016

Pope John Paul II had 'intense' friendship with married woman for over 30 years: BBC

The documentary does not claim he broke his vow of celibacy with Polish-born philosopher and writer Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, although the tone of some of his letters to her points to intense feelings between them, the broadcaster says. #BBC #TheySaidIt #Vatican #Pope #Celibacy
Joey is back! Matt LeBlanc is the new host of BBC show 'Top Gear

Feb 05, 2016

Joey is back! Matt LeBlanc is the new host of BBC show 'Top Gear

Matt LeBlanc also presented the recent standalone spin-off Top Gear: The Races #BBC #Top Gear #Friends #Chris Evans #Matt LeBlanc #Joey