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Kenyan language lesson for President Barack Obama – BBC News

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BBC’s Kenyan journalists have some tips for US President Barack Obama, who is visiting the country later in the month.

BBC Pop Up, the company’s travelling bureau, is in Kenya throughout the month of July, filming stories suggested to them by local residents. Pop Up is currently exploring a story involving slang language in urban Kenyan.

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  1. @horseygurl143

    January 26, 2024 at 12:59 am

    It will be a very cool experience for him.

  2. @magister343

    January 26, 2024 at 12:59 am

    Mambo vipi sounds more like a description of Joe Biden trying to dance.

  3. @finArodrigez

    January 26, 2024 at 12:59 am

    Nice one.

  4. @younglinkms

    January 26, 2024 at 12:59 am

    Seriously though, African accents and language sound so freaking cool.

  5. @DamagedSoulonevoicein7billion

    January 26, 2024 at 12:59 am

    What does "tuchekiane" mean?

  6. @sheepworrier8834

    January 26, 2024 at 12:59 am

    First tip : don't fucking visit kenya

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Fukushima: The nuclear disaster that shook the world – BBC News

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On March 11th 2011, Japan’s most powerful earthquake on record triggered a tsunami, which then caused a meltdown at a nuclear power plant.
It wiped entire towns off the map and forced Fukushima’s residents from their homes as radiation leaked from the plant. The government estimates the disaster could cost nearly $200bn, and the clean-up may take until 2051.
Today the prefecture of Fukushima is still dealing with the aftermath of the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. What happened that day, and what was it like for the people who lived through it?
The BBC’s Tui McLean explains how the triple disaster unfolded.

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At least 29 Palestinians killed in airstrike on camp for displaced people | BBC News

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All civilians in Gaza City are being told to leave their homes and head south. The Israeli army has dropped thousands of leaflets telling more than a quarter of a million people that the area remains a dangerous combat zone.

The UN has said it is deeply concerned about the evacuation orders being given. It is the second time since the war began that Gaza City as a whole has been asked to evacuate.

Further south at least 29 Palestinians have been killed and dozens more wounded in an Israeli airstrike on a camp for displaced people.

Gaza’s Hams-run health ministry says the strike was next to the gates of a school east of the city of Khan Younis.

The Israeli military said it had used “precise munition” to target a “terrorist from Hamas’ military wing” who had taken part in the 7 October attack on Israel. It said it was “looking into the reports that civilians were harmed” adjacent to the school.

Clive Myrie presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Fergal Keane.

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The Nightingale Hospital has been built in London’s ExCeL centre, UK, to deal with coronavirus patients.

The facility has a capacity of 4,000 beds.

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A children’s hospital in Kyiv has been largely destroyed after Russia launched a wave of missile strikes against cities across Ukraine.

The Ohmatdyt Children’s Hospital – Ukraine’s biggest paediatrics facility – sustained major damage in the explosion.

Thirty-six people were killed and 140 people were injured in the airstrikes, according to President Volodymyr Zelensky’s office. They said more than 40 missiles of different types had hit buildings and infrastructure in cities including Kyiv, Dnipro, Kryvyi Rih, Sloviansk and Kramatorsk.

Russia has denied targeting the hospital, saying it was hit by a Ukrainian air defence missile. But Ukraine says it found fragments of a Russian cruise missile at the scene.

Jane Hill presents BBC News at Ten reporting by James Waterhouse, Steve Rosenberg and Jonathan Beale.

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The Labour leader, Sir Keir Starmer, has been thrown out of a pub in Bath, in England, after he was confronted by the landlord …

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