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Friday
19th July 2019

Around the world

Ilhan Omar: 'Send her back' chants at Trump rally

US congresswoman Ilhan Omar responds to chants of "send her back" at a Trump rally in North Carolina.

Trump's 'send her back' denial, and what actually happened

The US President inaccurately claimed he quickly told his supporters to stop their racist chant.

In the UK

Apollo 11: Few indoor loos, but there was a man on the Moon

Fifty years ago, James Burke was one of the presenters leading the BBC's live coverage of the Moon landing.

How far would you move to get social housing?

With a shortage of social housing in London, many homeless families are being offered homes hundreds of miles away.

Politics

Nighty night, Jan Ravens ends This Week fielding complaints

After 16 years, This Week closes with a webcam in the BBC complaints department room - we are in trouble again!

Love Islander Zara McDermott: Apprentice or university choice

Why did former Love Island contestant Zara McDermott choose an apprenticeship over university?

Education

Mental health: Primary school head teachers speak out about lack of support

Primary school head teachers say their pupils are repeatedly rejected for mental health support.

University of East Anglia student raps 10,000-word dissertation

Hip-hop lover Nicholas Uzoka was given permission to rap instead of write his final coursework.

Health

Conjoined twins: Sisters meet surgeons who separated them

Ritaj and Rital were born joined at the head. They're reunited with the doctors who saved their lives.

'We need to know more on surgery for war-zone children'

A new medical guide aims to improve the chances of saving children's lives, and limbs, in war zones.

Business

Would this burger tempt you to eat meat?

Two BBC presenters put Impossible Foods' meat-free burger to the taste test. How does it shape up?

How the doughnut became a million dollar idea

The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the doughnut became a million dollar idea.

Science

Apollo 11: Few indoor loos, but there was a man on the Moon

Fifty years ago, James Burke was one of the presenters leading the BBC's live coverage of the Moon landing.

Huge sand dune designed to prevent major gas terminal falling into sea

In a UK first, a 7m high barrier of sand is being created to help stop the coastline from crumbling.

Technology

Hovering, gliding drone takes-off and other tech news

BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the week's best technology news stories.

Moon hoax? Five reasons why the landings were real

Conspiracy theories surround the Moon landings but BBC Click seeks to dispel some of the myths.

Entertainment

This Week: 'The end of an error'

Presenter Andrew Neil says farewell as the late-night politics show come to end after 16 years.

Ricky Martin rallies behind Puerto Rico protests to oust governor

Governor Ricardo Roselló is urged to quit after leaked sexist, profane and homophobic text messages.