In "Daily Second - Living every second" we have two entries from Britain and one from Spain that look at the lives of a baby, friends and dog using quick edits.
They work up to 12 hours a day to help their families. Labor is part of daily life for many displaced Syrian children in Turkey. Studying is a luxury, and so is play. Julia Hahn reports from Istanbul.
A military spokesman denied mounting a coup, saying instead it instituted a "national democratic project." President Robert Mugabe has been placed under house arrest. Read the latest here.
Sexual minority groups are among those feeling increasing pressure from authorities in Turkey. Bans and discrimination are now a part of their daily lives. But as Hilal Köylü reports, the resistance is growing.
Bradley Wiggins has spoken of his "living hell" after the UK Anti-Doping agency (UKAD) closed its case against Team Sky. The Olympic gold medallist and Tour de France winner criticized the way the case was handled.
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