The Rohingya children trafficked for sex – BBC News

A BBC investigation has revealed that Rohingya girls as young as 13, who fled Myanmar in the past 6 months, are being trafficked into prostitution in Bangladesh. The undercover team filmed traffickers openly offering the girls for sex in Cox's Bazar, the town nearest to the refugee camps, where hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims now live. The BBC's Mishal Husain has the story. Please subscribe HERE

‘Cambridge Analytica planted fake news’ – BBC News

A former employee of London-based political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica has said the company "absolutely" planted fake news.
Christopher Wylie said Cambridge Analytica used the personal data of 50 million Facebook members to influence the US presidential election in 2016.
Facebook said Aleksandr Kogan, who created the personality app from which the data was harvested, has agreed to be audited, but Mr Wylie – who made the claims about the way the data was gathered and used – has declined.
Cambridge Analytica denies any wrongdoing. Please subscribe HERE

The statue saving a coral reef in the Philippines – BBC News

Eight years ago a statue of the Virgin Mary was sunk off the coast of Bohol in the Philippines to try to stop dynamite fishing because it was destroying precious marine life.
Now the "Sea Knights" have returned to see if it has been a success.
Video Journalist: Howard Johnson
Producer: Virma Simonette
Additional footage: Tim Consul, Rodrick Francia and Rex Villavelez. Please subscribe HERE

Syria war: President Assad’s frontline visit – BBC News

Syrian president Bashar al-Assad has made his first visit to Eastern Ghouta in years to congratulate his troops for retaking the 80% of the area.
Rebels had held Eastern Ghouta since 2012.
More than 1,100 civilians have been killed since pro-government forces stepped up an offensive a month ago. Please subscribe HERE