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'I was sexually abused by a shaman at an ayahuasca retreat'

Ayahuasca’s psychedelic powers are attracting more and more tourists. But the scene appears to have a dark side. Click here to read full story

Turkey's Wikipedia ban ends after almost three years

A top court rules the country’s censorship of Wikipedia violated freedom of expression. Click here to read full story

What is climate change?

BBC News looks at what we know and don’t know about the Earth’s changing climate. Click here to read full story

Dong Tam village: Anger in Vietnam over deadly 'land grab' raid

Different versions of events have emerged after a huge security operation and an unexplained death. Click here to read full story

Taal: Rescuing animals from a Philippine volcano

When Taal erupted, Edsel Paredes set up an animal shelter in his home to look after pets left behind. Click here to read full story

Why are Chinese fishermen finding so many 'submarine spies'?

Fisherman are catching foreign “spy drones” – giving us a rare insight into covert sea surveillance. Click here to read full story

The most read BBC News stories of the last decade

From the 2011 riots to the last general election, we look back at the website’s most popular pages. Click here to read full story

Cuba names Manuel Marrero Cruz as first prime minister since 1976

Tourism minister Manuel Marrero Cruz is Cuba’s first prime minister since Fidel Castro in 1976. Click here to read full story

The teenage activists taking after Greta Thunberg

These three teenagers are passionate about issues they see around them, and are training to be activists at The Advocacy Academy in London. Click here to read full story

The studios teaching Trans women how to be more feminine

Nicole Thornbur goes to specialist studios in Manchester which teach Trans women how to be more feminine. Click here to read full story


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