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BBC World News

Israel warns of 'prolonged' Gaza war
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu warns of a "prolonged" military campaign in Gaza, following an upsurge of violence from both sides.
US: Russia 'violated missile treaty'
Russia has violated an arms treaty by testing a nuclear cruise missile, the US says, as Barack Obama discusses sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine crisis.
LA Clippers sale 'can go ahead'
A US judge rules that the LA Clippers basketball team can be sold, despite the objections of banned co-owner Donald Sterling.
UN blacklists N Korea arms ship firm
The UN blacklists the operator of a North Korean ship seized near the Panama Canal in July 2013 with undeclared Cuban weapons on board.
China regulators in Microsoft visit
Microsoft confirms that officials from the Chinese regulatory body responsible for enforcing business laws have visited some of its offices.
Russia plans $50bn Yukos appeal
Russia will appeal against a court decision ordering it to pay the biggest compensation package to date, amounting to $50bn (£29.5bn) in damages.
Tripoli fuel fire 'out of control'
A second fuel tank at Libya's biggest fuel storage facility is in flames as the government requests international assistance to contain the huge blaze.
AH5017 pilots 'asked to turn back'
French foreign minister reveals that the pilots of Air Algerie flight AH5017 requested to return to Burkina Faso after hitting bad weather.
Qatar 2022 'dismay' at workers' pay
Organisers of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar say they are "heavily dismayed" by claims that migrants who worked on their offices are still waiting to be paid.
Ferry students 'floated from cabins'
Students who survived South Korea's ferry disaster describe how they floated out of flooded cabins, as the trial of the crew continues.
MH17 jet 'downed by shrapnel'
Security officials in Ukraine say the Malaysia Airlines jet downed in eastern Ukraine suffered an explosive loss of pressure caused by missile shrapnel.
Coe 'will not run for BBC Trust job'
Lord Coe indicates that he has withdrawn from the race to be the next chairman of the BBC Trust.
VIDEO: Huge explosion hits Gaza building
Israeli airstrike have hit a building housing several media companies in central Gaza.
VIDEO: War nightmares of Syrian children
Millions of Syrian children are caught up in the conflict
VIDEO: Ebola forces border closures
Most border crossings in Liberia are being closed to try to halt the spread of Ebola.
VIDEO: Court to hear 'gay conversion' case
Gay rights activists in China are preparing for a landmark court case against 'gay conversion therapy'.
VIDEO: One-minute World News
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
VIDEO: The facts about global travel
BBC News looks at the facts about global travel.
VIDEO: Dog friendly buses in Hong Kong
A new bus service has been launched in Hong Kong for pet lovers.
VIDEO: Quick-thinking mother saves baby
A woman and her baby had a lucky escape, when they narrowly avoided being involved in a car accident in San Francisco.

Yahoo World News

Israel strikes house of Hamas Gaza leader, digs in for long fight

An Israeli mobile artillery unit fires towards the Gaza StripBy Nidal al-Mughrabi and Ori Lewis GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's military pounded targets in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his country needed to be prepared for a long conflict in the Palestinian enclave, squashing any hopes of a swift end to 22 days of fighting. Israeli aircraft fired a missile at the house of Hamas Gaza leader Ismail Haniyeh before dawn on Tuesday, causing damage but no casualties, Gaza's interior ministry said. Eleven people were killed in a strike on a house in the Bureij refugee camp in Gaza City as Israeli forces hit targets across the territory in the most widespread night of attacks so far in the coastal enclave. The military said five soldiers had died in a gun battle with militants who crossed into Israel via a tunnel near the community of Nahal Oz, close to the border with the Gaza Strip.

West agrees wider Russia sanctions as Kiev says forces near crash site

Armed pro-Russian separatists stand guard on the suburbs of ShakhtarskBy Gabriela Baczynska and Aleksandar Vasovic KIEV/DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) - U.S. and European leaders agreed on Monday to impose wider sanctions on Russia's financial, defense and energy sectors as Ukraine said its forces advanced toward the crash site of Malaysian flight MH17. The new sanctions, which U.S. President Barack Obama and leaders of Germany, Britain, France and Italy discussed in a conference call, are aimed at increasing the pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin after the Malaysian airliner was shot down over territory held by pro-Moscow rebels in eastern Ukraine. "It's precisely because we've not yet seen a strategic turn from Putin that we believe it's absolutely essential to take additional measures and that's what the Europeans and the United States intend to do this week," said Tony Blinken, a national security adviser to Obama.

Iraq lays claim to Kurdish crude cargo in Texas court
Iraq filed suit on Monday in a Texas court to gain control of a cargo of crude oil from Iraqi Kurdistan that Baghdad says was sold without its permission. The United Kalavrvta tanker, carrying some 1 million barrels of crude worth about $100 million, arrived off the coast of Texas on Saturday but has yet to unload its disputed cargo. The ship, which is too large to enter the port of Galveston near Houston, was given clearance by the U.S. Coast Guard on Sunday to transfer its cargo offshore to smaller boats that would deliver it to the U.S. mainland. Iraq, in its filing in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, asked for an order allowing the cargo to be seized by the U.S. Marshals Service.
Doomed South Korean ferry boss's driver turns himself in

People carry boxes containing signatures of South Koreans petitioning for the enactment of a special law after Sewol ferry disaster, in SeoulThe driver of the South Korean businessman wanted over the sinking of a ferry that killed more than 300 people in April turned himself in on Tuesday, potentially unlocking the mystery of the man's final days after the disaster. Prosecutors in the port city of Incheon said the driver, Yang Hoe-jung, turned himself in at their office, which is leading the investigation into the role of businessman Yoo Byung-un in the sinking of the ferry Sewol. The trial of 15 surviving crew members, including the captain, resumed on Monday with evidence from some of the 75 teenagers who survived South Korea's worst maritime disaster. Yang is thought by authorities to have been with Yoo, the head of a family that ran a network of companies that included the ferry operator, in the days before his body was found by a farmer at an orchard on June 12.

U.S. 'disappointed' Netherlands released Venezuelan wanted over drugs

Venezuela's President Maduro speaks next to retired General Carvajal as they attends the Socialist party congress in CaracasBy Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is "deeply disappointed" the Netherlands released a former Venezuelan military intelligence chief detained over U.S. drug trafficking allegations, and is "disturbed" at reports indicating Caracas used threats to obtain his freedom, the State Department said on Monday. Instead of being extradited to the United States, retired Venezuelan General Hugo Carvajal flew home on Sunday from the Netherlands' Caribbean island of Aruba after the Dutch government ruled he had diplomatic immunity. He had been arrested on Aruba on Wednesday. The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday that Carvajal's release came after Venezuela raised economic and military pressure on two Dutch islands in the Caribbean.

Australian PM Abbott's tough stance on MH17 paying off: poll

Australian PM Abbott delivers keynote speech during B20 Summit in SydneyBy Matt Siegel SYDNEY (Reuters) - Embattled Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott's forthright handling of the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 appears to have paid off, a poll released on Tuesday showed, although his government has not enjoyed a similar spike in popularity. The Newspoll polling agency recorded a 12-point jump in Abbot's net satisfaction rating in a poll conducted at the weekend to deliver his best results since April, before the handing down in May of a hugely unpopular budget. Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Australia's biggest cities to rail against the budget's changes to welfare, healthcare, education and pensions that they say go beyond the mandate Abbott won in elections last year. The survey is based on 1,157 interviews conducted with voters and has a maximum margin of error of plus or minus three percentage points, which puts the changes well outside the range of error for the poll.

Violence soars in Gaza as world pleads for truce

A relative reacts after seeing the bodies of three Palestinian children, killed in an explosion in a public playground on the beachfront of Shati refugee camp, as they lie in the morgue of al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City on July 28, 2014Bloodshed in and around Gaza surged Tuesday with strikes killing 26 Palestinians, including at least four children, as Israel announced the deaths of five more soldiers, shattering hopes for an end to three weeks of violence. "In the name of humanity, the violence must stop," pleaded UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon after holding long talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, urging him to heed international calls for a ceasefire. As he spoke, the military sent messages to thousands of Palestinians in Shejaiya, Zeitun, Jabaliya, Beit Lahiya and Beit Hanun, urging them to flee their homes and seek shelter in central Gaza City as troops prepared to step up their 21-day campaign. Shortly afterwards, the cloudy skies over Gaza lit up with flashes as the army began an intensive wave of air strikes and heavy shelling across the strip that continued early Tuesday and left 26 Palestinians dead, AFP correspondents and medics said.

EU to impose new Russia sanctions as fighting blocks MH17 probe

A resident of the eastern Ukrainian city of Lisichansk, Lugansk region, on July 28, 2014, walks near an APC burnt during combat between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian militantsThe EU is set to approve punishing sanctions against Russia Tuesday over its role in the Ukraine crisis, after Kiev seized control of part of the MH17 crash site in fighting that blocked an international effort to recover victims' remains. Kiev said its troops had entered a string of towns around the scene of the July 17 Malaysian airliner disaster in eastern Ukraine, including Shakhtarsk which lies 10 kilometres (six miles) away. "It's absolutely unconscionable that they remain out there," said Michael Bociurkiw, a spokesman for monitors from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in rebel-held Donetsk.

T-Mobile deal helps Rhapsody hit 2M paying subs
SEATTLE (AP) — Rhapsody International Inc. said Tuesday its partnership with T-Mobile US Inc. has helped boost its number of paying subscribers to more than 2 million, up from 1.7 million in April.
Top Asian News at 4:00 a.m. GMT
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House has passed a bill to toughen sanctions against North Korea and restrict its access to hard currency. The bill would empower President Barack Obama to target foreign banks that facilitate the North Korean government's development and proliferation of weapons technology, arms trading and imports of luxury goods by barring them from the U.S. financial system.
California governor sets more talks on migrants

Back-dropped by a mural by Mexican painter David Alfaro Siqueiros, California Governor Jerry Brown speaks during a press conference with U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Anthony Wayne, not seen, at the Soumaya museum in Mexico City, Monday, July 28, 2014. California's governor on Monday kicked off a three day visit to Mexico, where he will discuss immigration in separate meetings with President Enrique Pena Nieto and Central American diplomatic and religious leaders.(AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)MEXICO CITY (AP) — California Gov. Jerry Brown will take another break in his trade visit to Mexico to talk about immigration reform with religious leaders from Latin America on Tuesday.

Gaza militants kill five Israeli soldiers after infiltrating through tunnel
Gaza militants who crossed into Israel via a tunnel killed five Israeli soldiers in a gun battle near the community of Nahal Oz close to the border with the Gaza Strip, the military said on Tuesday. "(The) soldiers were killed during combat when terrorists attempted to execute an attack using a tunnel shaft, which led from the Gaza Strip to Nahal Oz. Fifty-three Israeli soldiers have been killed since Israel launched its offensive on Gaza on July 8 In which almost 1,100 Gazans, mostly civilians, have died in the conflict.
Top Asian News at 3:30 a.m. GMT
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House has passed a bill to toughen sanctions against North Korea and restrict its access to hard currency. The bill would empower President Barack Obama to target foreign banks that facilitate the North Korean government's development and proliferation of weapons technology, arms trading and imports of luxury goods by barring them from the U.S. financial system.
Top Asian News at 3:00 a.m. GMT
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House has passed a bill to toughen sanctions against North Korea and restrict its access to hard currency. The bill would empower President Barack Obama to target foreign banks that facilitate the North Korean government's development and proliferation of weapons technology, arms trading and imports of luxury goods by barring them from the U.S. financial system.
Court flips US state's ban on same-sex marriage

Same-sex marriage supporters hold a rally in front of the 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals, May 13, 2014 in Richmond, VirginiaA federal appeals court has struck down Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage, in a landmark victory for the gay rights movement in the United States. The Fourth US Circuit Court of Appeals in the state capital Richmond said the ban violated the US Constitution's guarantee of equal protection under the law by infringing on the right to wed. "This is a historic ruling ... and its effect will affirm once again that Virginia is a state that is open and welcoming to all," he said in a statement. Virginia effectively banned same-sex marriage when a 2006 amendment to its state constitution -- endorsed by 57 percent of its voters in a referendum -- defined marriage strictly as a union between a man and a woman.

Mexico, California question Texas border troop plan

US Border Patrol agents look for immigrants crossing the Rio Grande from Mexico (L), to the United States at dusk on July 24, 2014 near Mission, TexasMexico's foreign minister and the visiting governor of California questioned Monday plans by Texas to deploy troops to stem the flow of immigrant children, saying they need humanitarian aid instead. Governor Jerry Brown, on a visit focused on boosting trade with California's southern neighbor, said the Texas plan must be a short-term measure and that he hopes "wiser minds will prevail over the next several months." The Democratic politician was referring to a plan announced last week by Texas Governor Rick Perry, a Republican seen as a potential 2016 presidential election candidate, to send 1,000 National Guard reservists to the enormous and porous border US-Mexico border.

UN sanctions NKorea operator of ship with weapons
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United Nations imposed sanctions on the North Korean shipping company that operates a ship seized by Panama in July 2013 for carrying undeclared military equipment from Cuba ordered all countries to freeze its assets.
Zaha gets a nod for Man United, Rafael sent home

Manchester United striker Wilfried Zaha during a football friendly match in Hong Kong on July 29, 2013Wilfried Zaha will start at striker in the second half of Manchester United's friendly Tuesday against Inter Milan while back Rafael da Silva has returned to England with a groin injury. Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal confirmed both moves Monday and also that newcomer Luke Shaw is unfit for full training duty.

Ethnic hate speech reveals roots of Kenya violence

Boys play July 28, 2014 in front of a mural that calls for youth to live in peace in the swahili language in Nairobi's sprawling Kibera slum , a hotspot of deadly ethnic violence following the disputed results of the 2007 general electionsKenya takes pride in being a union of "42 tribes", but a string of attacks in towns on its volatile Indian Ocean coast has exposed bitter and explosive ethnic tensions linked to politics. The series of killings in which around 100 people have died in recent weeks have provoked warlike political speeches, alarmist headlines, and offensive and inflammatory messages on social media. "There has been a surge of dangerous speech," said 26-year-old Nanjira Sambuli, a project leader of Umati, an online project monitoring hate speech, based in Nairobi's sleek iHub offices. The gruesome massacres near the tourist island of Lamu in June were claimed by the Shebab, Somalia's Al-Qaeda-linked insurgents, saying the murders were retaliation for Kenya's military role in their country.

Top Asian News at 2:30 a.m. GMT
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House has passed a bill to toughen sanctions against North Korea and restrict its access to hard currency. The bill would empower President Barack Obama to target foreign banks that facilitate the North Korean government's development and proliferation of weapons technology, arms trading and imports of luxury goods by barring them from the U.S. financial system.

BBC Sports News

England's Gemili takes 100m silver
England's Adam Gemili wins Commonwealth Games silver in the men's 100m, with Jamaica's Kemar Bailey-Cole taking gold.
Van Gaal to bide time over new faces

Carlin earns Wales 800m freestyle gold

Bell & Buttler put England on top
Ian Bell stars with a superb 167 as England take control of the third Test against India on day two, declaring on 569-7.
Glasgow 2014 day-by-day guide
Your essential guide to the must-see moments in the Commonwealth Games and a look at some of the biggest stars on show.
Meet Judd and Williams - the next generation
Jess Judd and Jodie Williams are determined to make their mark at Glasgow 2014, as BBC Sport's Tom Fordyce finds out.
Spurs close in on Southampton pair

Moeen Ali supported over wristbands
England claim Moeen Ali has done "nothing wrong" after wearing pro-Gaza wristbands during the third Test against India.
Arsenal sign £16m teenager Chambers
Arsenal complete the signing of teenage Southampton defender Calum Chambers for a fee understood to be about £16m.
Stunning Okagbare storms to 100m gold
Blessing Okagbare takes the gold in the women's 100m while England's Asha Philips produces a personal best to finish fourth.
Gold medal record for Scotland
Scotland have 13 gold medals after earlier eclipsing their record haul for Commonwealth Games.
Man City & Italy racism claims probed
Fifa looks into claims a Manchester City player was racially abused in Croatia, and that an Italian official made racist comments.
Adams eases through opening fight
England's Nicola Adams moves into the last eight of the flyweight division at the Commonwealth Games.
Bell dedicates ton to grandfather
England batsman Ian Bell commemorates his 167 at the Rose Bowl to grandfather William, who died this summer.
Clegg wins sprint gold for Scotland
Scotland's Libby Clegg wins her nation's first athletics gold of 2014 with success in the Para-sport T11/12 100m.
Smith impresses as England open lead
Louis Smith helps England take a commanding lead halfway through the gymnastics team final on his international return.
Matthew beats Willstrop for gold
Nick Matthew beats fellow Englishman James Willstrop to retain his Commonwealth Games singles title, while Laura Massaro claims silver.
England win team table tennis silver
England's men take team silver in table tennis after losing to Singapore in a repeat of the Delhi final in 2010.
Everton sign Bosnia midfielder Besic
Everton sign Ferencvaros and Bosnia midfielder Muhamed Besic on a five-year contract for an undisclosed fee.
Trott making good progress - Brown
Warwickshire's Dougie Brown says a return to England duty for batsman Jonathan Trott is not an immediate priority.

BBC Americas News

LA Clippers sale 'can go ahead'
A US judge rules that the LA Clippers basketball team can be sold, despite the objections of banned co-owner Donald Sterling.
Ex-Virginia governor's trial opens
Jury selection begins in the corruption trial of ex-Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell, accused of accepting loans and lavish gifts from a supporter.
Lightning kills man on US beach
One man is killed and several people are hurt following lightning strikes on crowded Venice Beach in Los Angeles, California.
Deal reached on US veterans health
Veterans affairs leaders in Congress have announced a compromise deal to help address the problems overwhelming the US veterans healthcare system.
Fugitive killed in New York shootout
A suspected child sex offender is killed and three New York law enforcement officers injured in a shootout in Manhattan, officials say.
Virginia gay marriage ban overturned
A US appeals court has struck down Virginia's same-sex marriage ban, in the latest in a string of judicial victories for gay marriage supporters.
US evacuates Libya embassy staff
The US temporarily evacuates staff from its embassy in the Libyan capital following clashes between rival militias, the state department says.
Bird-plucking woman on Montreal train
The woman says she was simply excited about cooking a traditional Inuk dish.
'New virus' discovered in human gut
Scientists say they have stumbled upon a common virus that has never been described before.
Homeowner kills 'pregnant burglar'
Authorities in California are investigating whether to charge an elderly man who fatally shot a suspected female burglar who said she was pregnant.
US 'will send migrant youths home'
President Obama meets Central American leaders and says undocumented immigrant children without legal claims to be in the US will be sent home.
Toronto to open with The Judge
The Judge, starring Robert Downey Jr and Robert Duvall, is announced as the opening film of the 2014 Toronto Film Festival.
VIDEO: 'Giant bolt' hits LA beach goers
One person has been killed and at least eight others taken to hospital in Los Angeles after being struck by lightning.
VIDEO: Wildfire in California forces evacuations
More than 500 homes and about 1,200 residents have been evacuated in an area east of the California state capital Sacramento due to a wildfire.
VIDEO: Honour for 101-year-old weatherman
America's longest serving volunteer weather observer, 101-year-old Richard G Hendrickson, will be honoured on Sunday for 84 years service.
VIDEO: Illegal child migration to US soars
In the last eight months alone, nearly 60,000 children have crossed the border illegally into the United States, in the hope of a better life.
VIDEO: The toughest cop on Wall Street
Benjamin Lawsky, Superintendent of the New York State Department of Financial Services, is known as the toughest cop on Wall Street.
VIDEO: Teen pilot dies in record attempt
A US teenager and his father who crashed during an attempt to fly around the world knew the risks of the journey, a relative has said
VIDEO: Wine fraudster to be sentenced in US
Rudy Kurniawan, who manufactured phony vintage wine in his kitchen, will be sentenced for fraud on Thursday.
VIDEO: 'Depressed' polar bear not moving
Arturo, the polar bear dubbed 'the world's saddest animal', will be staying at his zoo in Argentina, despite a massive petition calling for him to be moved to a colder climate.

Current Forecast for Leesburg

M/CLEAR Tuesday, 29 July 2014
Relative Humidity
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NW at 9 mph
29.87 inches
10 miles
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