BBC News - Home (Wed, 20 Nov 2019 00:58:02 GMT) Election debate: Johnson and Corbyn clash over BrexitThe two leaders also lock horns over the NHS and leadership in the first TV debate of the election. Impeachment inquiry: White House attacks witness who heard 'improper' callA top US official tells the inquiry he was "shocked" by a call between President Trump and Ukraine. France bridge collapse: 50-tonne lorry 'probably caused accident'A 50-tonne lorry was crossing the bridge when it fell, killing two people, including a teenage girl. The women removing landmines in AfghanistanFatima and Fiza are part of the first all-female team helping to make Bamiyan province mine free. Jeffrey Epstein guards charged with falsifying recordsThey were responsible for watching over the disgraced financier in prison when he killed himself. Old age: Why 70 may be the new 65Experts say health and life expectancy gains mean it is time to rethink how we measure and define being elderly. President Trump dismisses speculation about his healthPresident Donald Trump criticises the media speculation of his visit on Saturday. Caruana Galizia murder: Malta suspect may get pardonAn alleged money launderer is suspected of being involved in the killing of Daphne Caruana Galizia. Hitler house in Austria to become police stationThe decision follows a lengthy legal battle with the previous owner and widespread debate in Austria. Julian Assange: Sweden drops rape investigationProsecutors drop a rape inquiry into Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who is in custody in the UK. Internet fraud: Nigerian scammer 'pulls off $1m heist' from prisonOfficials say Hope Olusegun Aroke was able to visit hotels and functions while in a police hospital. Iran protests: UN fears dozens of people have been killedSome sources have indicated about 200 people may have died since the protests erupted on Friday. Prince Andrew: Standard Chartered bank cuts ties with duke's schemeStandard Chartered says it is not renewing sponsorship of Pitch@Palace for "commercial reasons". Ferry crew find 25 stowaways in UK-bound refrigerated containerTwenty-five people are found in a cooling container on a UK-bound ferry coming from the Netherlands. Tottenham sack manager Mauricio Pochettino after five years in chargeTottenham sack manager Mauricio Pochettino after five years in charge of the club. Dear Evan Hansen: Musical about teen suicide comes to West EndThe creators of the Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen reveal why they decided to make a musical centred around teen suicide. Sucking up CO2 from one of the world's worst emittersThe cement industry produces about 7% of global CO2 emissions, so it's developing these solutions. Mozilla CEO: 'Don't hide things from your workers'Mozilla boss Mitchell Baker says "don't hide things - even the scary, risky things" from your staff. Trump impeachment: Witness comes under attackRepublicans questioned the integrity of White House official Lt Col Vindman during the hearing. Hong Kong protests: A city's identity crisisMeet the Hongkongers, mainlanders and families being torn apart by the fight for Hong Kong's identity. LGBT refugees: Life in Kenya after fleeing UgandaMbazira Moses and his friends are trying to rebuild their lives after fleeing anti-gay discrimination. World Toilet Day: The lives of Indian sanitation workersPhotographs of the working lives of sanitation workers in India. Golden State Warriors' Chase Center: Behind-the-scenesRadio 1 Newsbeat give you a AAA pass at Golden State Warriors' new home. Watchmen creator Alan Moore: Modern superhero culture is embarrassingOne of the greatest comic book writers says it's embarrassing for adults to like superheroes. Why do billions of people still not have glasses?It's thought 2.5 billion people could benefit from technology first developed in the 1200s. How to buy an Instagram followingThe growing marketplace for buying fake followers on the social media site. Amazon gets closer to getting Alexa everywhereAlexa chief discusses plans to make the virtual assistant more useful when used outside the home. Letter from Africa: Zimbabwe, the land where cash barons thriveThe authorities are battling to cap inflation as the Zimbabwean dollar is reintroduced. Trump impeachment inquiry: Three Republican claims fact-checkedWhat's the truth behind claims by President Trump and other Republicans over the Ukraine affair? US policy shift reduces chances of Mid-East peace dealThe way forward is even less clear after the Trump administration's move, says Barbara Plett Usher. Should workers be allowed to nap at work?The US government has issued a directive banning sleeping at work. But sleep experts say they should reconsider. Was Taylor Swift really banned from playing her hits?Taylor's label can't stop her performing her own songs. The problem comes when she puts them online. Mourinho in Spurs talks and close to replacing sacked PochettinoFormer Manchester United and Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is in talks to replace Mauricio Pochettino as Tottenham manager. Ramsey double sends Wales to Euro 2020Wales secure qualification for Euro 2020 as Aaron Ramsey marks his return with two goals to inspire a joyous 2-0 win over Hungary. Gnabry scores hat-trick as Germany put six past Northern IrelandGermany recover from Northern Ireland taking a shock early lead to win 6-1 in Frankfurt and finish top of Euro 2020 qualifying Group C. Belgium 6-1 Cyprus: Roberto Martinez's side end qualifying with perfect recordBelgium conclude their successful Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with an emphatic win over Cyprus in Brussels. Australia appoint Glasgow's Rennie as new coach to replace CheikaGlasgow coach Dave Rennie will take charge of Australia next summer - with Scotland forwards coach Danny Wilson replacing him at Warriors. Netherlands 5-0 Estonia: Wijnaldum hat-trick as Dutch thrash EstoniaLiverpool's Georginio Wijnaldum scores a hat-trick as the Netherlands thrash Estonia 5-0 in Euro 2020 qualifying Group C. The fight to get citizenship for descendants of German JewsA UK lawyer says Germany is violating its constitution by denying citizenship to some descendants of Nazi victims. ‘We failed to reach Europe – now our families disown us’Three young West Africans stole from their families to fund a trek to Europe, now they have to face the consequences.