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BBC World News
Juan Guaidó: US backs opposition leader as Venezuela president
Donald Trump's move comes as tens of thousands of Venezuelans take part in anti-government protests.
Thousands gather for rally against Venezuela's Maduro
Thousands protest in Venezuela's capital in a bid to topple President Nicolás Maduro's government.
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd hands himself in to police
Jack Shepherd, who killed his date in a boat crash, has been in the Georgian capital Tbilisi since March.
A bridge ending centuries of commuter chaos
The 1.9km structure spanning the River Gambia is set to revolutionise trade with Senegal.
Trump team accused of posting edited images on social media
Images shared on his social media accounts show the president looking noticeably slimmer and neater.
Facebook 'sorry' for distressing suicide posts on Instagram
It comes after it emerged a teenage girl took her own life after viewing disturbing content online.
Nurse arrested over US care home patient pregnancy
Nathan Sutherland, 36, is arrested on sexual assault charges after a vulnerable woman gives birth.
Gunman kills five people in bank in Sebring, Florida
The gunman is arrested after barricading himself and killing five people in the branch, police say.
US shutdown: Trump says Pelosi 'afraid of the truth'
The president says he will deliver the State of the Union speech next week despite calls to postpone it.
Malaysia set to elect new king after unprecedented abdication
Sultan Muhammad V unexpectedly stepped away from the throne in January, a first in Malaysian history.
Oliver Mtukudzi, Zimbabwe's Afro-jazz legend, dies
Celebrated worldwide, he came to prominence as a voice of the revolution fighting white-minority rule.
Australia confirms writer's arrest in China
Canberra says it is seeking access to Yang Hengjun, a prominent blogger, "as a matter of priority".
'Beaten and shot by Zimbabwe's police'
Victims tell of how the security forces have been cracking down on protesters.
Dog-walking app accused of cover-up over dog's death
Wag is accused of trying to silence a couple whose dog died on a walk arranged through the app.
Unseen paintings of London's East End
Doreen Fletcher painted urban scenes of London between 1983 and 2004.
Christine Welch: How this American's Chinese song went viral in China
Christine Welch has been writing and singing in Mandarin Chinese for years, but got her big break in an unexpected way.
'Snow rugby' catches on in Russia
For Russian rugby fans, it is a way to practice their favourite sport all year round.
British MP hits back at televised wig jibe
Michael Fabricant says fellow MP Huw Merriman, who appeared to mock his hair, should be more "grown-up".
Vatican II: How a modernising Pope brought change for millions of Catholics
In 1959 Pope John XXIII called all the world’s Catholic bishops and cardinals to Rome to discuss the future of the Church, it led to sweeping reform.
Niagara Falls becomes a winter wonderland
A cold snap transforms the world-famous waterfall into a winter wonderland.
Yahoo World News
For many, a shutdown revelation: federal workers are people, too
The Tybee Marine Rescue Squadron is a citizens’ response unit that uses private boats to mostly help wayward “klackers” – a local nickname for novice kayakers who get lost in the Southern salt marshes. More than a month into the longest government shutdown in United States history – and days away from when some 500 Coasties on the Georgia coast are about to miss a second paycheck – the symbiosis between islanders and federal eyes-in-the-sky has taken on a new meaning. Last Wednesday, Mr. Brown and others at the MRS squad led a fundraising effort that encouraged the island’s roughly 3,000 residents to give $20 gift cards to help Coast Guard members bridge the lapse in income.
Can Democrats prevent shutdowns by refusing to ‘reward’ the tactic?
From Day One of the longest government shutdown in history, Democrats have stuck to their guns: First, open the government. Then negotiate over border security. Shutdowns must not be rewarded as a political tool.
As more Africans reach for web, more leaders reach for ‘off’ switch
Alice Ndlovu had done it a million times before. Ms. Ndlovu, a teacher who asked that a pseudonym be used for fear of government reprisal, desperately needed that cash, which her son sent her from Britain to cover the cost of her diabetes medications. Amid widespread protests across the country over a massive hike in the price of fuel, the government had decided to completely shut off the internet.
BBC Sports News
England in West Indies: James Anderson takes four wickets to boost tourists
James Anderson takes four wickets in the final session to swing the first Test in England's favour on day one against West Indies in Barbados.
Manchester City reach Carabao Cup final with 10-0 aggregate win over Burton Albion
Manchester City reach the Carabao Cup final by completing a 10-0 aggregate win over League One Burton in their semi-final.
Emiliano Sala: Search for missing footballer's plane postponed
Police say a nine-hour search finds no trace of the plane carrying Emiliano Sala and a pilot.
Highlights: Serena Williams knocked out of Australian Open by Karolina Pliskova after holding match points
Serena Williams misses four match points as Czech seventh seed Karolina Pliskova wins the final six games to reach the Australian Open semi-finals in Melbourne.
Australian Open: Stefanos Tsitsipas v Rafael Nadal preview
Stefanos Tsitsipas feels he "can do something good" against 17-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal in the Australian Open semi-final.
Kilmarnock 2-1 Rangers: Jordan Jones winner renders Jermain Defoe goal meaningless
Jordan Jones scores the winner against the club he will join this summer, as Kilmarnock came from behind to beat Rangers and move into second place in the Scottish Premiership.
Gonzalo Higuain: Chelsea complete loan move for Juventus striker
Chelsea complete the signing of Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain on loan for the remainder of the season.
Tiger Woods to open 2019 at Farmers Insurance Open looking for 81st PGA Tour title
Tiger Woods makes his first start of 2019 at the Farmers Insurance Open on a Torrey Pines course that has proved so successful for him.
Victoria Pendleton: Olympic champion 'turns corner' after suicide thoughts
Olympic track cycling champion Victoria Pendleton says she has "turned a corner" after she "was minutes away" from taking her own life last summer.
Aboubakar Kamara: Fulham striker arrested on suspicion of ABH and criminal damage
Aboubakar Kamara is arrested on suspicion of actual bodily harm and criminal damage after reports of a fight at Fulham's training ground.
Joe Joyce to face former world heavyweight champion Bermane Stiverne
Britain's Joe Joyce will fight former world heavyweight champion Bermane Stiverne on Saturday, 23 February in London.
Gerwyn Price: Grand Slam champion fined £21,500 and given a suspended three-month ban
Gerwyn Price is fined £21,500 and given a suspended three-month ban for his boisterous behaviour at the Grand Slam of Darts.
John Amaechi fears NBA London game may not return for years if it goes to France
Former NBA star John Amaechi fears that if the yearly NBA London game transfers to Paris it might not return to for years.
Six Nations 2019: Leigh Halfpenny ruled out of Wales' opener with France
Back Leigh Halfpenny has been ruled out of Wales' opening Six Nations game away to France in Paris on Friday, 1 February.
Saints v Rams: Osi Umenyiora 'sick to stomach' after controversial NFL call
The NFL This Week team dissect the controversial no-call in the New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams' NFC Championship game.
NBA: Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry's worst five seconds of basketball
Golden State superstar Stephen Curry shows he is human after all with five seconds of basketball to forget in the Warriors' 130-111 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Monday night.
#WorkoutWednesday: Max Whitlock's second HIIT routine
In the fourth of our 2019 series of #WorkoutWednesday routines, GB Olympic gymnast Max Whitlock takes you through another of his favourite HIIT routines.
Ricky Ponting & Shane Warne send message to cricket car crash victim
Wiltshire wicketkeeper Billy Cookson receives a special video message from Ricky Ponting, Shane Warne and Michael Vaughan after a horrific car crash in Australia that almost claimed his life.
Masters Snooker 2019: Watch five great flukes
Watch five great flukes from the 2019 Masters, including shots from Ding Junhui, Judd Trump and Luca Brecel.
Australian Open: Serena Williams retreats after walkout mix-up
Serena Williams is forced to turn back as she walks on to court while her opponent, Simona Halep, is being announced to the crowd before their fourth-round match at the Australian Open.
BBC Americas News