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BBC World News

George Floyd death: Lawyer calls it 'premeditated murder'

Posted on Sunday May 31, 2020

Police struggle to stem arson, damage and looting following the death of a black man in custody.

George Floyd: ‘As a black American I am terrified’

Posted on Saturday May 30, 2020

After the death of George Floyd, young African-Americans in Minneapolis say they are scared for their safety.

Antifa: Trump says group will be designated 'terrorist organisation'

Posted on Sunday May 31, 2020

The president has blamed the anti-fascist group for riots stemming from George Floyd protests.

Newsround Latest

Changing Faces calls for the way villains look in movies to change

Posted on Monday December 10, 2018

Charity Changing Faces calls for the way villains look in films to change.

World Cup: Which Belgium player should England be worried about?

Posted on Wednesday June 27, 2018

England play their final group match against Belgium, but which star player should England be worried about?

Smoking: Should it be banned at the school gates?

Posted on Wednesday June 27, 2018

A group of school children have had enough of adults smoking near school gates, so they decided to do something about it.

One Stop English

Lesson Share: My bucket list

Posted on Monday May 04, 2020

Karolina Wyrzykowska wins this month’s Lesson Share with a lesson about discussing things students would like to put on their bucket list.

Language for ... medical emergencies

Posted on Monday May 04, 2020

This lesson provides students with key expressions related to health, the human body and phoning the emergency services.

Business Spotlight: How to … deal with an indecisive boss

Posted on Monday May 04, 2020

This lesson, based on an article from Business Spotlight, is about how to deal with a boss who is unable or unwilling to make decisions.

English Idioms

Up in arms

Posted on Monday May 25, 2020

If people are up in arms, they are complaining or protesting angrily about something.

Dish it out

Posted on Friday May 15, 2020

If someone can dish it out but can't take it, they criticise people freely but dislike being criticised.

Rivers of

Posted on Monday May 04, 2020

Rivers of indicates a large amount of moving liquid, like rivers of sweat running down someone's brow. It can be figurative like saying that rivers of blood will flow to indicate serious conflict.