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BBC World News

China throws weight behind HK leader
China's state media strongly backs Hong Kong's embattled leader CY Leung, while condemning democracy protests as "chaos".
Rebel push to take Donetsk airport
Rebel forces in eastern Ukraine begin an offensive to capture the government-held airport in Donetsk, Ukrainian officials say.
Turkey debates joining war on IS
The Turkish parliament is to vote on a motion to deploy the military in Iraq and Syria and allow foreign troops to use its territory.
Five Ebola cases per hour in S Leone
Save the Children says healthcare demands are far outstripping supply in Sierra Leone and warns that the Ebola outbreak there is getting worse.
Head of US Secret Service resigns
The head of the US Secret Service, tasked with guarding US President Barack Obama, resigns following recent high-profile security lapses.
EU commissioner: Nude celebs 'dumb'
Celebrities who had intimate pictures of themselves leaked onto the internet were "dumb" for taking them, the EU's new digital commissioner says.
Mexico arrests drug syndicate leader
The Mexican authorities say they have captured the head of a notorious drug crime syndicate, Hector Beltran Leyva.
Venezuelan lawmaker Serra shot dead
A young politician with Venezuela's governing PSUV party, Robert Serra, is found shot dead at his home in Caracas alongside his partner.
Taliban kill three in Kabul attack
At least three people are killed when a Taliban suicide bomber attacks an Afghan army bus in Kabul, the fourth such attack since Monday.
Bulgaria blast may have killed 15
As many as 15 people are feared dead after a blast at an explosives factory north of the Bulgarian capital, Sofia.
Moon's hidden valley system revealed
Scientists identify a huge rectangular feature on the Moon that is probably the buried remains of an ancient rift valley system.
NFL rocked by fresh assault probe
American football player CJ Spillman is being investigated over an alleged sexual assault, police say, the latest such case to rock the NFL.
VIDEO: 'Our houses are being destroyed'
Rengin Arslan reports from the Turkey-Syria border, where strangers are helping families fleeing attacks by Islamic State.
VIDEO: Iraq PM: No bricks unturned in IS fight
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has told the BBC he welcomes Western efforts to fight Islamic State in his country.
VIDEO: Modi plan scrubs up Delhi station
Andrew North visits New Delhi railway station to see if Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Clean India' drive is proving a success.
VIDEO: One-minute World News
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
VIDEO: Zookeeper rears leopard in bathroom
A rare clouded leopard has been hand-reared in the bathroom of a zookeeper after she was rejected by her mother.
VIDEO: Can Afghanistan stay free of IS?
David Loyn has been speaking to the US commander of international forces in Afghanistan who says "there is no credible intelligence of operations by the Islamic State" in the country.
VIDEO: Close-up: Volvo's XC90 unveiled
A sneak preview of Volvo's new XC90 - the car set to take centre stage at the Paris Motor Show.
VIDEO: Girl found 12 years after abduction
A 17-year-old girl has been found in Mexico 12 years after she was abducted by her mother.

Yahoo World News

Islamic State presses assault on Syrian border town, Kurds warn Turkey

Turkish army tanks take up position on the Turkish-Syrian border near SurucBy Ayla Jean Yackley and Alexander Dziadosz SURUC Turkey/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Islamic State insurgents pushed on with their assault on a Syrian border town on Thursday despite coalition air strikes meant to weaken them, sending thousands more Kurdish refugees into Turkey and dragging Ankara deeper into the conflict. Kurdish militants warned that peace talks with the Turkish state would come to an end if the Islamist insurgents were allowed to carry out a massacre in the predominantly Kurdish town of Kobani, pressuring Ankara to act. ...

Prolonged Hong Kong protest could harm financial image, says envoy

Buses covered with messages of support stop at a main street at Mongkok shopping district after thousands of protesters blocked the road in Hong KongBy John Ruwitch and Donny Kwok HONG KONG (Reuters) - A top Chinese envoy warned that drawn-out pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong could tarnish the city's reputation as one of the world's leading financial hubs, as defiant protesters vowed on Thursday they would not budge. Both sides hunkered down for what could be a prolonged stand-off, although the number of protesters blocking the streets in the financial and administrative districts for the past six days tapered off on Thursday. ...

U.N. nuclear watchdog pushes for headway in Iran inquiry: diplomats

The flag of the International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA flies in front of its headquarters during a board of governors meeting in ViennaBy Fredrik Dahl VIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. nuclear agency is expected to make a new attempt soon to advance its investigation into suspected atomic bomb research by Iran, diplomats said on Thursday, more than a month after Tehran missed a deadline for cooperation. They said experts of the International Atomic Energy Agency and Iran may meet early next week in Tehran, with the IAEA seeking to achieve progress in the slow-moving inquiry into the country's nuclear program. There was no immediate comment from the IAEA, a Vienna-based U.N. ...

Islamic State committing 'staggering' violations in Iraq: U.N. report

Islamic State flags flutter on the Mullah Abdullah bridge in KirkukGENEVA (Reuters) - Islamic State insurgents in Iraq have carried out mass executions, abducted women and girls as sex slaves, and used children as fighters in systematic violations that may amount to war crimes, the United Nations said on Thursday. In a report based on 500 interviews, it also said Iraqi government air strikes on the Sunni Muslim militants had caused "significant civilian deaths" by hitting villages, a school and hospitals in violation of international law. ...

Third American held in North Korea appeals to U.S. for help: report

Jeffrey Fowle is shown in this City of Moraine handout photoSEOUL (Reuters) - One of three Americans held in North Korea on charges of crimes against the state said he was anxiously awaiting his trial and appealed for U.S. government help to secure their freedom, a news report said on Thursday. Reclusive North Korea, which periodically accuses the United States of military hostility and conspiracy to overthrow its leadership, has held a number of U.S. citizens in the past, using them as tools to extract visits by high-profile figures, including former President Bill Clinton. ...

Taliban bomber in Afghan capital targets army bus, kills three

Afghan security forces inspect the site of a suicide bomb attack in KabulKABUL (Reuters) - A Taliban suicide bomber targeted an Afghan army bus in Kabul on Thursday, killing three people and wounding 10, the interior ministry said, the fourth high-profile attack in the capital since Monday when the new president was sworn in. The militant Islamist group claimed responsibility and its reclusive leader, Mullah Mohammad Omar, urged Afghans to wage jihad to establish a Islamic rule in Afghanistan, calling the election a "publicity stunt". ...

Sky's no limit for Czech chimney climbers

In this picture taken on Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014 in Smrzovka, Czech Republic, group of enthusiasts climbs up a 58-meter tall and 100-year-old chimney of a former textile factory. The Czech Union of Chimney Climbers, group of over 1000 members, has climbed and created a database of 9,755 chimneys in the Czech Republic and abroad with details including their exact GPS position, height and conditions. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)DOLNI SMRZOVKA, Czech Republic (AP) — From afar, they look like ants crawling up a tower into the sky.

German court delays ruling on dredging of Elbe in Hamburg

People stroll along the Elbe river in Blankenese near HamburgLEIPZIG Germany (Reuters) - A German court delayed a long-awaited ruling on Thursday on the proposed dredging of the river Elbe for large container ships in Hamburg, Germany's largest port, saying it would wait until the European Court decided on a similar case. Hamburg wants to make it easier for new generations of large container ships to reach its port regardless of tides in the face of intense competition from Rotterdam, Antwerp and Bremerhaven. ...

Dutch teen Verstappen set to become youngest in F1

Netherlands' 17-year-old driver Max Verstappen smiles inside Toro Rosso's hospitality suite ahead of Sunday's Japanese Formula One Grand Prix at the Suzuka Circuit in Suzuka, central Japan, Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014. When the 2015 F1 championship starts in Australia in March, Verstappen will become the youngest ever Formula One driver. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)SUZUKA, Japan (AP) — Dutch teenager Max Verstappen will become the youngest driver to take part in a Formula One Grand Prix weekend when he pilots a Toro Rosso in Friday morning's opening practice session at the Japanese Grand Prix.

Nishikori cruises through 2nd round in Japan

Kei Nishikori returns a shot against Donald Young at the Japan Open in Tokyo on October 2, 2014Tokyo (AFP) - Kei Nishikori strengthened his bid to become the first Asian to qualify for an ATP year-end final as the fourth seed defeated American Donald Young 6-4, 7-6 (7/4) on Thursday at the Japan Open.

Following ECB action, euro's exchange rate is balanced: Moscovici
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The euro was too high but ECB action has brought the single currency to a balanced level, Pierre Moscovici, the EU economy commissioner-designate, said on Thursday. "What is true, economically, was that the level of the euro until a few weeks, a few months ago, was without doubt, too high," Moscovici told EU lawmakers. "Action taken by the European Central Bank have brought it down to a level which to me seems balanced." (Reporting by Jan Strupczewski; editing by Robin Emmott, Adrian Croft)
Boko Haram leader dismisses claims of his death in new video

Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau appears on a video obtained by AFP on October 2, 2014Kano (Nigeria) (AFP) - Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau dismissed Nigerian military claims of his death in a new video obtained by AFP on Thursday and said the militants had implemented strict Islamic law in captured towns.

Bomb hits passenger bus in NW Pakistan, killing 7
PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP) — A bomb ripped through a mini-bus in northwestern Pakistan on Thursday, killing at least seven passengers, police said.
OCA seeks a common policy on head coverings
INCHEON, South Korea (AP) — The Olympic Council of Asia is pushing for a common policy on head coverings for all sports to avoid the kind of controversy that overshadowed the Asian Games women's basketball competition when the Qatari team withdrew in protest.
Top Asian News at 10:00 a.m. GMT
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Retired archbishop Desmond Tutu, a periodic critic of South Africa's ruling party, now says the government is a "lickspittle bunch" for its alleged deference to China, a close business partner. This week, Tutu sharply criticized the South African government after the Dalai Lama did not receive a visa to travel to South Africa. The Tibetan spiritual leader, labeled a separatist by China, had sought a South African visa so he could attend a meeting of Nobel peace laureates in Cape Town on Oct. 13-15.
Kurdish fighters say IS group nearing Syrian town

Turkish soldiers stand guard at a checkpoint as Syrian refugees from Kobani arrive at the Turkey-Syria border crossing of Mursitpinar near Suruc, Turkey, late Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. U.S.-led coalition airstrikes targeted Islamic State fighters pressing their offensive against a Kurdish town near the Syrian-Turkish border on Tuesday in an attempt to halt the militants' advance, activists said. The south part of Syrian Kurdish town of Kobani is seen in the background.(AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici)BEIRUT (AP) — A senior Kurdish fighter says the Islamic State group is closing in on the town of Kobani along the Syria-Turkey border and that his men are preparing for street battles.

Nishikori beats Young to advance at Japan Open

Kei Nishikori of Japan returns a shot against Donald Young of the United States during their second round match of Japan Open Tennis Championships in Tokyo, Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)TOKYO (AP) — Fourth-seeded Kei Nishikori beat Donald Young of the United States 6-4, 7-6 (4) on Thursday to advance to the quarterfinals of the Japan Open.

South Africa: white extremist's house stirs debate
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — A provincial official in South Africa has proposed turning the home of a slain white extremist into a museum, arguing that the "ugly" side of the country's apartheid past should be remembered.
Incoming Swedish government won't raise VAT on restaurants
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's incoming center-left government will not raise VAT on restaurant meals, the junior coalition partner the Greens said on Thursday, as they and the Social Democrats try to build a minority government that can win broad political support. The Social Democrats had proposed the VAT measure to help pay for investment in jobs, schools and welfare. Their climbdown on the issue highlights the difficulties facing the new government, which falls well short of a parliamentary majority. ...
Karadzic was 'unaware' of Srebrenica massacre

Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic appears in the courtroom for his appeal judgement at the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague, The Netherlands, on July 11 2013The Hague (AFP) - Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic "did not know" of the 1995 massacre of thousands of Muslims at Srebrenica, his lawyer said Thursday, seeking an acquittal in his genocide trial.

BBC Sports News

Wenger praises 'electric' Welbeck

Typhoon 'threatens Japanese GP'

Shaw named in England U21 squad
Manchester United's Luke Shaw is named in the England Under-21 squad to face Croatia in the Euro 2015 play-off.
The Olympics that no-one wants?
Meetings with the king and VIP cocktail parties. Why did Norway pull out of the running to host the 2022 Winter Olympics?
Clarke 'odds on' for captaincy

Gerrard questions team-mates' desire

Chiefs' Johnson to have neck surgery
Exeter Chiefs flanker Tom Johnson is set to undergo neck surgery, forcing him to miss England's autumn internationals.
Nadal through to last eight in China
Rafael Nadal defeats German qualifier Peter Gojowczyk 6-3 6-4 to reach the quarter-finals of the China Open in Beijing.
Thursday's gossip column
Arsenal favourites to sign Cavani, Sturridge to sign new Liverpool contract, Maradona to become Palestine coach, plus more.
Stevens to drive for Marussia

Sturridge 'not in England squad'

Ludlow set for Wales manager's job
Former Wales captain Jayne Ludlow is expected to be named Jarmo Matikainen's successor as women's national team manager.
Caterham to race on despite bailiffs

Lyth & Lees complete awards double

Scots bounce back to beat Tasmania
Scotland see off Tasmania by 10 runs in Hobart, in the second match of their World Cup warm-up tour.
Players sue in World Cup pitches row

Ireland hammered again by Queensland
Ireland's struggles on their tour of Australia and New Zealand continue as they are thrashed again by Queensland.
GB Basketball given funding hope
British Basketball is given a lift in its bid to secure more funding after support from Sports Minister Helen Grant.
Symons 'good for Fulham' - Coleman
Kit Symons will not be able to keep his job in Wales' coaching set-up if he is named Fulham manager, says Chris Coleman.
Defeat could mean the end - Cleverly
Nathan Cleverly admits he could end his career if he loses his rematch against Tony Bellew in Liverpool next month.

BBC Americas News

Head of US Secret Service resigns
Secret Service director Julia Pierson resigns as criticism of the agency intensified following several high-profile security lapses.
Texas children 'monitored for Ebola'
Five children in Texas who came into contact with the Liberian man infected with Ebola are being monitored at home.
Florida music row killer guilty
Michael Dunn is found guilty in the fatal shooting of Jordan Davis, a teenager shot during a row over loud music at a petrol station in Florida.
White House 'intruder' denies charges
Omar Gonzalez, the man accused of scaling the White House fence and running into the building while carrying a knife, pleads not guilty to charges.
Facebook apologises to drag queens
Facebook has apologised to transgender and drag queen users whose accounts were deleted for violating its policy on using "real names".
Kissinger 'considered Cuba strikes'
US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger wanted to "smash Cuba" by air strikes nearly 40 years ago, newly disclosed government documents show.
Airlines told to replace cockpit kit
The US air safety regulator has ordered airlines to replace cockpit displays in more than 1,300 planes because of fears that wi-fi signals can make them go blank.
Counterfeit Xbox One makers charged
Five men accused of being part of a hacking ring that stole pre-release video games and put a prototype Xbox One on sale have been charged.
Man charged over Oklahoma beheading
An Oklahoma man accused of beheading a female colleague after being fired from his job has been charged with first-degree murder.
Chile avalanche kills extreme skiers
Canadian Jean-Philippe Auclair is one of two extreme skiers who have died in an avalanche in southern Chile, officials confirm.
California mayor shot at home
Daniel Crespo, mayor of California suburb Bell Gardens, was shot dead and his wife taken into custody following an argument at the couple's home.
California imposes plastic bag ban
The US state is the first to pass legislation imposing a ban on single-use plastic bags in grocery and convenience stores.
VIDEO: What women want ... from politicians
The BBC speaks to women in Colorado about what issues matter to them ahead of the mid-term elections in November.
VIDEO: Can Afghanistan stay free of IS?
David Loyn has been speaking to the US commander of international forces in Afghanistan who says "there is no credible intelligence of operations by the Islamic State" in the country.
VIDEO: Secret Service boss resigns after lapses
The head of the US Secret Service, tasked with guarding US President Barack Obama, resigns following several high-profile security lapses.
VIDEO: Texas children 'monitored for Ebola'
More information has come to light about the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States.
VIDEO: US-China divisions over HK protests
China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi, who is in Washington meeting US Secretary of State John Kerry, says protests in Hong Kong are "China's internal affairs".
VIDEO: Girl found 12 years after abduction
A 17-year-old girl has been found in Mexico 12 years after she was abducted by her mother.
VIDEO: 'Underestimated' - Obama on IS rise
President Obama says American intelligence underestimated the growing strength of Islamic State militants occupying large parts of Syria and Iraq.
VIDEO: Mariam Ibrahim: 'Jail was a test'
Mariam Ibrahim, who was sentenced to death in Sudan for refusing to renounce her Christian faith, tells the BBC's Tom Esslemont she believes her time in prison was ''a test''.

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