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VIDEO: South Sudan faces food shortage
The UN warns that more people are at risk of hunger in South Sudan than at any time since it became independent four years ago.
[BBC News Africa]

VIDEO: Women recruits get tough in Ukraine
David Stern visited the police academy in Ukraine where new police officers are being trained as part of a major programme of reforms to the service.
[BBC News Europe]

VIDEO: Street workout to get SA children fit
Street Workout star takes fight against fat back to South Africa
[BBC News Africa]

VIDEO: Greek island sees migrant surge
The authorities in the Greek island of Kos say they have rescued 1,200 migrants in the past two days.
[BBC News Europe]

VIDEO: African Union memorial for dead migrants
A memorial service has been held for the thousands of migrants who have died trying to cross the Mediterranean.
[BBC News Africa]

VIDEO: Kaberuka on time as Africa bank boss
The BBC's Sophie Ikenye spoke to Dr Donald Kaberuka ahead of his retirement from the African Development Bank.
[BBC News Africa]

VIDEO: 'No stone should be left unturned'
Fifa's South African anti-racism campaigner Tokyo Sexwale welcomes the launch of two criminal investigations into corruption at football's world governing body.
[BBC News Africa]

VIDEO: European Parliament
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon delivers a speech in Brussels.
[BBC News Europe]

Child sex abuse loophole to be shut
The UK proposes to punish people who live-stream videos of child abuse over the internet in the same way it does those who offer pre-recorded clips.
[BBC News]

VIDEO: Turning Van Gogh into virtual reality
An American artist has turned Van Gogh's The Night Cafe into an immersive virtual reality experience.
[BBC News Europe]

VIDEO: Taking a dip in the King's Cross Pond
Tim Muffett reports as a revival of lidos has revived interest in outdoor swimming.
[BBC News Europe]

VIDEO: Turkey's fast train to success?
Will Turkey's infrastructure projects, such as this high-speed train, prove to be a vote-winner for the governing AK Party?
[BBC News Europe]

VIDEO: Where war still rages in eastern Ukraine
The conflict in Ukraine is entering its second year and a ceasefire, nominally in place since February, has failed to stop the violence in areas around Donetsk airport.
[BBC News Europe]

VIDEO: Speaking the language of jazz in Senegal
The annual St Louis Jazz Festival has just taken place in Senegal.
[BBC News Africa]

VIDEO: Cholera claims lives of Burundi refugees
The recent violence in Burundi has forced many people to flee the country into western Tanzania, where they face another threat - cholera.
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