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- One Guatemalan child's memory of trying to come to the US: 'They took my dad and locked him up'Despite everything that happened, and even though he would like to remain with his family intact in Guatemala, her father sees no hope. He still wants to go to the US.
- After months of being targeted by Trump, Canadian dairy farmers angry at terms of trade dealOne could argue that NAFTA negotiations came down to one big sticking point: Canadian milk. Trump won, Canada lost. And Canadian farmers aren't happy.
- She wanted to study at Hebrew University, but Israel is blocking herUniversity of Florida graduate Lara Alqasem applied and got accepted to a master's program at Hebrew University. But Israeli authorities say her political past disqualifies her.
- Why Theresa Rebeck obsessively finishes what she startsPlaywright Theresa Rebeck on her new play, “Bernhardt/Hamlet.”
- Storm Callum: Flood defence review after Wales batteredDisruption and clean-up work continues after parts of Wales saw its worst flooding for 30 years.
- Harry and Meghan arrive in Australia on first official tourTheir first official tour includes the Invictus Games and visits to Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
- Young and black in Northern IrelandYoung black people talk about what it's like for them living in Northern Ireland.
- News Daily: Brexit progress 'still possible', and Harry and Meghan in AustraliaYour morning briefing for 15 October 2018.