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Monday
14th June 2021

Around the world

Ethiopian migrants face robbery, extortion and starvation

Every year thousands of migrants risk it all on the perilous journey from Ethiopia to Saudi Arabia.

Naftali Bennett: 'We will heal the rift'

Israel's new prime minister, Naftali Bennett, addressed the Knesset at his first cabinet meeting.

In the UK

‘Really, really rare’ seahorse spotted off UK coast

A marine biologist says it’s the first time he’s ever seen a long-snouted seahorse in the wild.

ASMR: Former farmer, 84, is accidental YouTube star

John Butler's videos have been watched by millions after he became popular with the ASMR community.

Politics

G7: Macron responds to criticism over 'offensive' NI comments

French President Macron responds to the furore around his reported comments on Northern Ireland.

Thornberry: 'Stop bickering and find solution to NI Protocol'

Labour's Emily Thornberry urges the UK government and the EU to sort out the problems of the NI Protocol.

Education

'Children here are free to be who they are'

More than half of the students at St Patrick's College in Dungannon are "newcomer pupils".

PM on catch-up funding: 'There's more coming'

Catch-up plans worth £1.4bn for school pupils in England have been accused of being a "damp squib".

Health

ASMR: Former farmer, 84, is accidental YouTube star

John Butler's videos have been watched by millions after he became popular with the ASMR community.

Covid-19: 'We will have a substantial third wave'

Sage scientist warns opening up too soon would "fan the flames" of a third wave of coronavirus.

Business

Coronavirus: Can countries pay back pandemic debt?

Countries around the world have borrowed staggering amounts to deal with the pandemic. But where does a government borrow that money from - and can it ever be paid back?

Why Covid has made it harder for young women to get jobs

More than 600 million people aged 15-24 are thought to be unemployed, with women most affected.

Science

‘Really, really rare’ seahorse spotted off UK coast

A marine biologist says it’s the first time he’s ever seen a long-snouted seahorse in the wild.

Why 'tiny forests' can make a big difference

A team of volunteers in Nottinghamshire are hoping the Miyawaki-style forest will help the environment.

Technology

Today at E3: Politics, polygons and palm trees

Avatar, Rabbids and an alien infection - Marc Cieslak runs us through the first day of E3.

Simulated robot performs realistic acrobatics and other news

BBC Click's LJ Rich looks at the best technology news stories of the week.

Entertainment

Prue Leith and Arlene Phillips react to becoming dames

TV judge Prue Leith and choreographer Arlene Phillips are made dames in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.

'I could be with people and still feel alone'

It's been a difficult year for US college students. This is Ana Carmona's story.