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BBC World News

Korean leaders meet in surprise summit
The talks happened as efforts continue to get Donald Trump's summit with Kim Jong-un back on track.
Irish abortion referendum: Exit polls suggest landslide for repeal
Counting is under way but an anti-abortion campaign spokesman already concedes defeat.
Coming home after 130 years
A family of Syrian refugees returns to the island that their great-grandparents fled 130 years ago.
Rose McGowan reacts to Weinstein charges
The actress, one of the movie mogul's accusers, says it's 'a slap in the face of abusive power'.
Liverpool-Real Madrid: How Mo Salah fever has gripped Africa
Africans have been overcome by Mo Salah fever, ahead of the Liverpool-Real Madrid showdown.
Sesame Street sues over violent, puppet-based Happytime Murders film
Its creators say the violent, puppet-based Happytime Murders movie violates its good name.
YouTube stars 'might encourage kids to eat more calories'
Social media stars Zoella and Alfie Deyes feature in a study into the protection of children online.
'Wolf-like' creature shot near Montana ranch puzzles experts
State wildlife experts are seeking DNA analysis to pinpoint the mysterious creature's species.
Virgin boss Sir Richard Branson readies himself for space
The UK entrepreneur puts himself through a gruelling training programme so he can rocket to space.
Harvey Weinstein released on $1m bail over rape and abuse charges
The former film mogul was charged with rape and sexual abuse after turning himself in to New York police.
University head quits amid gynaecology scandal
The resignation follows allegations of sexual misconduct by a university doctor and a cover-up.
Cyclone Mekunu kills girl of 12 in Oman
Thousands of residents in coastal areas are moved to shelters amid high winds and rain.
Cameroon military court jails Anglophone activists
Radio presenter Mancho Bibixy is among seven people convicted of rebellion and terrorism.
British men 'increasingly' targeted by sextortion
Experts say that Ivory Coast in West Africa has become a hotspot for the scammers.
How does your diagnosis make you feel?
Like Minds: Is your mental health diagnosis a label or a lifeline?
100 Women: Fatma Samoura - the most powerful woman in sport
Fatma Samoura, Fifa's first female secretary general, says she has broken the glass ceiling, by joining the male-dominated organisation.
Cycling through Africa: Turkish Hasan Söylemez's adventure of a lifetime
Turkish journalist Hasan Söylemez is cycling across Africa asking people about their dreams.
Week in pictures: 19 - 25 May 2018
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
The mysterious musician who wears a mask
The enigmatic musician surrounded by mystery - Claptone - has taken influences from jazz to rock and roll and even reggae to create his own brand of music.
Peru's annual Clown Day parade - in pictures
Hundreds of professional clowns march through Peru's capital, Lima, in costumes, wigs and face paint.

Yahoo World News

Israelis must reach out to Gazans, Palestinians will live on despite recent violence, Europe walks a tightrope after Trump’s trashing of the Iran deal, Europe’s hypocrisy in treatment of Roma citizens, Africa faces the task of ‘Decolonising the Mind’

Israelis must reach out to Gazans, Palestinians will live on despite recent violence, Europe walks a tightrope after Trump’s trashing of the Iran deal, Europe’s hypocrisy in treatment of Roma citizens, Africa faces the task of ‘Decolonising the Mind’“On [May 14], more than 60 Palestinians were reported killed in Gaza and more than 2,000 injured, according to the Hamas-run Health Ministry,” states an editorial. “It was the deadliest single day of violence since the 2014 war.... Even though the [Israel Defense Forces] defended the legality of using live fire against protests at a High Court challenge ... the larger question goes beyond what may be legal, to what may be in Israel’s best interests. “In defiance of international legitimacy and objections by countries around the world, the US opened its embassy in the occupied city of Jerusalem on [May 14], fuelling condemnation and angry protests in Palestine as well as Arab and Muslim countries...,” states an editorial.



Readers write: Mothers and forgiveness, reality of homelessness, how ‘Black Panther’ affects Africans, tariffs explained for average reader, high taxes vs. life choices

Readers write: Mothers and forgiveness, reality of homelessness, how ‘Black Panther’ affects Africans, tariffs explained for average reader, high taxes vs. life choicesIt got deeper into issues around forgiveness, always recognizing that people are complex and face difficult paths – rarely simple or direct – through trauma. Recommended: Could you pass a US citizenship test? It introduces a reality that is often overlooked by many of those well-meaning people who want to “cure” homelessness.



Europe gets a grip on graft

Europe gets a grip on graftOne of the healthy competitions between Europe and the United States is over which one can set a new global standard. On May 25, the European Union began to win on one standard – digital privacy – with the start of stiff rules on how companies handle personal data. The impact, though limited to firms operating in Europe, is being felt globally.



BBC Sports News

'We are here because we are Liverpool' - Klopp on Champions League final
Liverpool approach the showpiece against Real Madrid with a belief they can "go for the big things" embedded in their DNA, says boss Jurgen Klopp.
England v Pakistan: Alastair Cook falls to Mohammad Abbas
Pakistan's Mohammad Abbas traps England's Alastair Cook lbw for one after Pakistan take a first-innings lead of 179 on the third morning of the first Test at Lord's.
MOTD analysis: How will Real Madrid deal with Liverpool's 'Red Arrows'?
Ex-Liverpool defender Stephen Warnock on the key Champions League final battles and the crucial decisions facing Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane.
'Some people don't think a black woman should lead Fifa'
Some people "don't think a black woman should be leading Fifa", says Fatma Samoura - the organisation's first female secretary general.
Frances Tiafoe: The janitor's son who became a French Open hope
How Frances Tiafoe turned a childhood sleeping in a spare office at a plush tennis centre into a million-dollar career.
World Cup countdown: Luis Suarez's goal knocks England out - 2014
Watch Luis Suarez's superb goal which knocked England out of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, with 19 days to go until Russia 2018.
Exeter and Saracens to serve up spectacular final - Guscott
Jeremy Guscott looks forward to a "mouth-watering" Premiership final at Twickenham between Exeter Chiefs and Saracens.
UFC Fight Night 130: Darren Till fails to make weight for Stephen Thompson fight
Liverpool's Darren Till fails to make the weight for Sunday's UFC welterweight fight against American Stephen Thompson.
Ronnie O'Sullivan 'not sure punishing players' is answer to match-fixing
Five-time world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan urges snooker's governing body to look at reasons for match-fixing instead of sanctioning players.
Froome takes Giro lead with stunning stage win, Yates drops away dramatically
Britain's Chris Froome launches a devastating attack to win stage 19 of the Giro d'Italia and take the overall lead.
Forrest Gump, King of the North & our Rolls Royce - Lallana on Liverpool squad
Adam Lallana gives us the lowdown on his Liverpool team-mates - revealing his favourite member of the team - before Saturday's Uefa Champions League final against Real Madrid.
McIlroy shoots 65 to take control at PGA Championship
Rory McIlroy storms into the lead at the BMW PGA Championship after a carding a seven-under-par 65 in his second round.
Devastating James helps Cavs tie series to set up decider against Celtics
LeBron James takes the Eastern Conference finals to a game seven decider after helping Cleveland Cavaliers beat Boston Celtics.
British Superbike champion Byrne 'broke ribs, neck and back'
British Superbike champion Shane Byrne says paralysis was "a major issue and concern" when he had surgery after crashing last week.
Villa face Fulham in '£280m play-off final'
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship play-off final between Aston Villa and Fulham.
Romanian former world number one Nastase 'arrested twice in one day'
Romanian former world number one tennis player Ilie Nastase is arrested twice in one day for traffic offences, according to Romanian authorities.
Strugglers Hull KR shock Wigan in Super League
Hull KR shock second-placed Wigan to move off the bottom of the Super League table.
Canoe Sprint World Cup: Lizzie Broughton wins 1,000m gold for GB
Britain's Lizzie Broughton wins K1 1,000m gold on the first day of the ICF Sprint World Cup in Duisburg, Germany.
Personalise your BBC Sport app and sign up for notifications
With latest scores and headlines sent straight to your device, personalisation and much more, ensure you have a great sporting life with BBC Sport.
Champions League final: Mark Lawrenson backs Liverpool to 'fly' against Real Madrid
Mark Lawrenson says Liverpool will "fly" against Real Madrid in tonight's Champions League final as he predicts the winners of the game in Kiev.

BBC Americas News

Harvey Weinstein released on $1m bail over rape and abuse charges
The former film mogul was charged with rape and sexual abuse after turning himself in to New York police.
'Wolf-like' creature shot near Montana ranch puzzles experts
State wildlife experts are seeking DNA analysis to pinpoint the mysterious creature's species.
Sesame Street sues over violent, puppet-based Happytime Murders film
Its creators say the violent, puppet-based Happytime Murders movie violates its good name.
University of Southern California president quits in gynaecology scandal
The resignation follows allegations of sexual misconduct by a university doctor and a cover-up.
Armed bystanders gun down Oklahoma City restaurant shooter
The duo confronted the shooter in the car park outside of the Oklahoma City eatery and shot him dead.
Trump says 'productive' talks held on reinstating N Korea summit
The US president issues an optimistic statement on possibly reinstating the cancelled meeting.
Mussels test positive for opioids in Seattle's Puget Sound
"It's telling me there's a lot of people taking oxycodone in the Puget Sound area," a researcher says.
Mississauga restaurant bomb: Canada police hunt two suspects
Investigators want public help to identify the men behind the "horrendous act", which injured 15.
Record US fentanyl bust 'enough to kill 26 million people'
Nebraska police say they found 118lbs (53kg) of the illicit opioid in a secret compartment of a truck.
Rachel Dolezal, who posed as black, charged with welfare fraud
Rachel Dolezal, who for years said she was African American, now faces up to 15 years in prison.
Fiat Chrysler recalls 4.8 million US cars
The Italian-American car maker says no injuries or crashes are related to the large recall campaign.
Morgan Freeman apologises after sex harassment claims
The 80-year-old actor says he did not intend to make anyone feel "uncomfortable or disrespected".
Rush to buy Trump-Kim coin after summit cancellation
Interest in coins marking the scrapped meeting soars and the White House gift shop website crashes.
Canada boy traces sender of old message in a bottle
The bottle floated north from Massachusetts until it landed on a beach in Nova Scotia, Canada.
What will director Danny Boyle bring to James Bond?
Will it be a case of Bond, James Bond or will 007 find his Martini both shaken and stirred?
Fox catches rabbit, then eagle swoops in
A mid-air tug of war ensued, above San Juan Island in the US state of Washington.
Andre D Wagner captures the black experience in New York
From girls eating ice cream to police stopping young men, Andre D Wagner's photos reflect New York life.
US students face off in National Geographic Bee
Venkat Ranjan,13, won the title after almost three million students took part in the competition.
Son shares mother's moving letter 'forgiving trumpet debt'
A letter writing off money owed on a child's trumpet has moved many on social media.
Scientists develop 'mind-reading' algorithm
Researchers are using data from recorded brain activity and software algorithms to generate images reconstructed from a person's memory.
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