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"The trash has been taken out" - Rose McGowan on Weinstein verdict. The actor gives her reaction to the conviction of Harvey Weinstein on rape and sexual act charges.
Three days before he disappeared, we interviewed Jamal Khashoggi. Off air, we asked him about the possibility of returning to Saudi Arabia. We wouldn't normally release this conversation but we've decided to make an exception in light of the circumstances.
Ben Reymenants was one of the expert foreign divers drafted in for the #ThailandCaveRescue . He describes a call to his wife, before re-entering the cave, that he thought might be his last. Listen to the full 8-minute interview here:
A Japanese magazine has apologised for ranking universities by how easily women will have sex at drinking parties. We speak to a young woman with serious concerns about Japanese attitudes towards sex and consent:
"Scientists need to say the truth" - quits as head of Italy's National Health Institute. He tells us his government's opposition to mandatory vaccinations and ministers claiming migrants bring in disease led to his decision: