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The human rights organisation says its staff are under threat from the city's national security law.
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The BBC is given rare access to film the 45,500-year-old images found on an Indonesian island.
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The activist says she's unrecognisable when she isn't campaigning for climate action.
Expecting to become a carer in Copenhagen, Jewel was forced into prostitution. But two chance meetings enabled her to get away.
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