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BTS to become multi-millionaires after label goes public
The South Korean K-pop group will become multi-millionaires after their label Big Hit goes public.
Ai Weiwei: 'Too late' to curb China's global influence
The Chinese artist and dissident says the West should have worried about China decades ago.
Kangana Ranaut: The star taking on Bollywood
Why is Kangana Ranaut on a warpath with many of her colleagues?
From tea fields to university in Sri Lanka
Theresa is one of the first women from her community of tea pickers in Sri Lanka to go to university.
Scientists create a microscopic robot that ‘walks’
The scientists behind a microscopic "walking" robot hope their tech could one day be used against cancer.
TikTok ban: How did TikTok stay online in the US?
Sophia Smith-Galer explains why President Trump shifted his position on banning new downloads of the app
Dublin Lord Mayor: Hazel Chu and her Chinese heritage
The city's first Lord Mayor of Chinese heritage reveals the racism she and her family have faced.
Armenia and Azerbaijan fight over disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region
The disputed Caucasus region is the site of a long-running conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
France's most tattooed man told not to teach nursery children
Sylvain Helaine says a parent complained their three year old had nightmares after seeing him.
Coronavirus: New rules in Netherlands to cope with virus surge
'We are doing our best, but the virus is doing better,' the Dutch health minister admits.