into or had to keep to themselves and that shame kept creating unhealthy habits for and that's the least i could do. much more from the 100 women series on the special section on our website. you can find interviews and features — and this series about the rise of the virtual k—pop princess. just log on to bbc.com/news — or go via the bbc app let's turn to the qatar football world cup — and there are reports that a migrant worker has died while working at a world cup facility. the athletic website reported that a filipino nationalfell to his death while carrying out repair work at a resort where the saudia arabian team was staying. fifa has released a statement in response — saying that the organisation is deeply sadded by this tragedy, and our thoughts and sympathies are with the worker's family. western media investigations have claimed that as many as six and a half thousand migrants have died while
mbappe trained here from the age of six. his former trainer, still a family friend, said he was already a phenomenon. translation: he was fast, | but not faster than the others because they were bigger and stronger than him. he was a little shrimp, a skinny little shrimp, but technically very strong. at 23, mbappe is already more thanjust a footballer for france. a star from the paris suburbs who takes a stand on social issues and is used to receiving phone calls direct from president macron. he speaks french. last year, president macron called mbappe while on a popular social media game show. he also urged him privately this year not to leave his french club for real madrid. now, with training underway for
from the seagrass. so the government could trade carbon with countries wanting to offset emissions. the seagrass meadows of a small island nation are providing lessons in the fight against climate change. dingindaba jonah buyoya, bbc news, seychelles. to china now, where two young men are in the middle of an epicjourney which few have ever completed, running the length of the great wall of china. as stephen mcdonell reports, it means taking on the equivalent of a marathon every day for six months, through deserts, mountains and forests. 0n the quietest parts of the great wall any medical conditions, they are running. to young men half british half chinese completing a marathon on a day along the entire length of this phenomenal strap.
stan culture, even the internet itself, there was elizabeth taylor. the actress who redefined 20th century fame and who remains eve fr after death one of the most iconic women in the world. her 56 films made her a star as did eight marriages to seven different men. it was on the set of cleopatra where the legendary story of elizabeth taylor and richard burton began. let's just say the world, but especially celebrity gossip were never the same again. a new book delves into this phenomenal life, going far beyond the movies and those magnificent jewels. noting how elizabeth devoted decades of her life to fighting hiv and aids, and that it was she who pressured president ronald reagan into making his first speech devoted exclusively to the aids pandemic in 1987, six years after the first cases were reported in the united states. hollywood took note.
translation: when i saw all those goals he scored l last sunday, i thought, "wow, france will win the world cup. with him, no—one can stop us". mbappe trained here from the age of six. his former trainer, still a family friend, said he was already a phenomenon. translation: he was fast, | but not faster than the others because they were bigger and stronger than him. he was a little shrimp, a skinny little shrimp, but technically very strong. at 23, mbappe is already more thanjust a footballer for france. a star from the paris suburbs who takes a stand on social issues and is used to receiving phone calls direct from president macron. he speaks french. last year, president macron called mbappe while on a popular
flew to moscow to attend the wedding of a friend he had known in the marine corps. days after he arrived, six days we think he was arrested and charged with spying. restaurant authorities claimed he had accepted a flash drive loaded with classified information from an intel agent in russia. he was put on trial and he was sentenced to 16 years in prison for espionage. from the very beginning he claimed he was set up. he said he was in moscow on vacation. at the wedding. he wasn't spying on russia. we tend to believe him although we can't know for sure, how could we? but either way, whether he was set up or actually spying on russia, paul's case would be a priority for any american government. here you have a man who has actively served the united states in the marine corps and possibly is an intel asset in a hostile foreign country, that man is languishing -- in a
emotion, that the police were out here randomly killing black people, and everybody should be outraged, everybody should take to the streets, everybody should burn down cities and communities, people should kill police. so if you're the wife of david dorn, you should be trying to sue whoever is responsible. twitter, the democratic party, that use this propaganda machine to stir the emotions of the american people and create this myth, that the police were out just randomly indiscriminately killing black people and what you should do is overthrow this government. go tear down buildings. if your business was destroyed during these riots, these five or six-year span, obviously, crescendoed in 2020, but if you lost a loved one, lost your business, you're owed a great debt. twitter, this propaganda machine was part of controlling the american public's mind and promoting a level of violence and chaos and anarchy that hurt
are no sinks. you cannot get refreshments and there is no call bell. certainly no privacy or dignity or confidentiality. which is terrible. as clinicians and for nurses, porters who work in that environment. it is very difficult. we didn't really sign up for that but we have to do whatever we can to keep patients safe and that is why things like the four—hour standard at the moment don't mean anything. you're just trying to keep the patients safe and that is what i tell my juniors every day. keep the patient safe and make sure you are ok as well and the staff are well supported. that is all we can do at the moment. thank you very much and good luck coping with this difficult situation over the next couple of months. thank you very much. there will be even more strikes, the pcs union who represent border force staff at six british airports say they will go on strike before christmas, during
after the raid a mar-a-lago back in august. now today also marks one week since the ruling by the 11th circuit court of appeals that overturned judge aileen cannon's bizarre special master appointment. the deadline for trump to appeal that ruling came at one today. there were silenced by trump's legal team. the special master was officially vacated, it's done. all this means is that the prosecutor of jack smith's office is that they are not going to the evidence seized by trump speechless at this very moment. they almost certainly will before the night is out. we know that smith is not wasting any time. attorney general merrick garland named him special counsel last month, asking submit to oversee the department of justice is january six investigation and the mar-a-lago documents case. smith was recuperating from knee surgery in the netherlands. originally, he was there to work on prosecuting international war criminals. he suffered a bike accident that required hospitalization shortly before the
i had a very warm meeting with some of the twitter employees, i actually met with jack dorsey personally who assured me shadow banning wasn't happening, i wasn't experiencing a lot of what we considered censorship, and then six to 12 months later, i started to write them, something is not right here, silence, and then the virus happened in 2020 and could you not get a response out of twitter. and then would you start to tweet at jack and tweet at the twitter management, and it was almost as if it became a wholly operated company that kind of changed their modus operandi from being somewhat of a social media platform to a super pac and i don't think they cared. elon, praise god for his courage and bravery revealing. this i tried to get lawmakers involved and other people. i don't think we'll be able to measure the impact of what twitter did to our lives.