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BBC World News

Nato set for emergency Syria talks
Nato countries are to hold a emergency meeting to discuss Turkey's campaign against the Islamic State group and Kurdish militants.
Obama praises Ethiopia terror fight
US President Barack Obama praises Ethiopia as an "outstanding partner" in the fight against militant Islamists and calls for rights improvements.
Apple fake factory 'caught in China'
A factory which had made up to 41,000 fake Apple iPhones has been caught in China leading to nine arrests.
South Korea declares 'end' to Mers
South Korea's PM Hwang Kyo-ahn declares a "de facto end" to the Mers virus outbreak, after no new infections are reported for 23 days.
Colombia probes possible mass grave
Excavation begins at a Medellin landfill site where the bodies of up to 300 people are believed to be buried.
New York airport to be rebuilt
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo unveils a sweeping plan to rebuild the ageing terminals of LaGuardia Airport - one of the busiest in the US.
China shares continue to slide
Shares in mainland China continue their slide on Tuesday, a day after the Shanghai Composite index saw its biggest drop in eight years.
US removes Cuba from slavery list
The United States removes Cuba from the list of countries failing to combat modern-day slavery.
'Wrecked sub' seen in Swedish waters
The Swedish military is investigating a report that a wrecked Russian submarine has been found in the country's territorial waters.
Obama attacks Huckabee Israel remarks
US President Barack Obama says attacks on him by Republican presidential candidates are "outrageous" and would be "ridiculous if it weren't so sad".
Boy Scouts lift ban on gay leaders
The Boy Scouts of America vote to lift its ban on gay people serving as adult leaders in the organisation.
US sex worker shoots 'serial killer'
A woman working as a prostitute may have put an end to a nationwide killing spree after she killed a man in self-defence, police say.
VIDEO: Libyans suffering in turbulent Tripoli
The regime of Colonel Gadaafi in Libya ended four years ago. It is now a divided country with two rival governments and its people are struggling to rebuild their lives.
VIDEO: Turkey bombs IS and PKK positions
The US and Turkey are working together on military plans to clear the Islamic State (IS) group from parts of northern Syria, American officials say.
VIDEO: Huge wildfire hits Spain's Catalonia region
The Catalonia region of Spain has seen its biggest forest fire this year, with more than 1,200 hectares burned in less than 24 hours.
VIDEO: How India police siege unfolded
At least ten people have died in the Indian state of Punjab after security forces brought an end to a siege at a police station.
VIDEO: Panic grips China's stock market
Shares in mainland China have recorded their biggest one-day fall for more than eight years following a sell-off towards the end of the trading day.
VIDEO: Kenyans, cartoons and satirising Obama
Barack Obama was given a "homecoming" welcome during a visit to Kenya, but the country's political cartoonists still have fun satirising the US president.
VIDEO: Alarm at Kenya quarry deaths
Concern is rising among residents in coastal Kenya about the increasing number of injuries and deaths from quarries, with children being most at risk.
VIDEO: 'People here fight for food'
Thousands of migrants have arrived in Athens in the past week after being smuggled onto Greek islands, one 12-year-old girl spoke to the BBC about her journey.

Yahoo World News

Turkey, U.S. aim for zone cleared of Islamic State in northern Syria

Turkish soldiers position an anti-aircraft gun at Incirlik airbase in the southern city of Adana, TurkeyBy Nick Tattersall and Phil Stewart ISTANBUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Turkey and the United States are working on plans to provide air cover for Syrian rebels and jointly sweep Islamic State fighters from a strip of land along the Turkish border, bolstering the NATO member's security and possibly providing a safe haven for civilians. Long a reluctant member of the U.S.-led coalition against Islamic State, Turkey last week made a dramatic turnaround by granting the alliance access to its air bases and bombarding targets in Syria linked to the jihadist movement. Struggling with more than 1.8 million Syrian refugees, Turkey has long campaigned for a "no-fly zone" in northern Syria to keep Islamic State and Kurdish militants from its border and help stem the tide of displaced civilians trying to cross.



Obama says yet to hear good argument against Iran nuclear deal

U.S. President Obama arrives aboard Air Force One at Bole International Airport in Addis AbabaU.S. President Barack Obama on Monday said he was yet to hear a strong factual argument against a nuclear deal with Iran and criticized rhetoric about the agreement from some leading members of the Republican party. Obama, speaking in Ethiopia during a tour of African nations, said the majority of the world's nuclear scientists and non-proliferation experts backed the July 14 accord, indicating it was the best way to stop Iran acquiring nuclear weapons. "There is a reason why 99 percent of the world thinks it’s a good deal -- it’s because it’s a good deal," Obama said during a joint press conference with Ethiopian prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn in the capital Addis Ababa.



Kerry heads for Egypt and the Gulf to discuss Iran deal, ISIS

U.S. Secretary of State Kerry hosts State Department ceremony to release "The 2015 Trafficking in Persons Report" in WashingtonU.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will travel to Egypt and the Gulf next week for talks on the recent nuclear deal between major powers and Iran and the fight against Islamic State militants, then he will head to Southeast Asia, where countries share U.S. concerns about China's pursuit of territorial claims. Kerry will visit Cairo on Aug. 2 for a session of the U.S.-Egypt Strategic Dialogue, a forum that "reaffirms the United States’ longstanding and enduring partnership with Egypt," the State Department said on Monday.



Houthis, foes fight on as Yemen ceasefire quickly unravels

Part of a window frame is seen in front of government compound, destroyed by recent Saudi-led air strikes, in Yemen's northwestern city of AmranBy Mohammed Ghobari and Mohammed Mukhashef SANAA/ADEN (Reuters) - Yemen's Houthi group carried on fighting across Yemen on Monday despite a ceasefire announcement by its Saudi-led foes, and media controlled by the Iran-allied movement acknowledged that its forces had shelled targets inside Saudi Arabia. The violence prolongs a four-month-old conflict rooted in political strains that spread across the Arabian Peninsula country last year, when the Houthis seized Sanaa and pushed aside President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, a U.S. ally. This angered the Sunni Muslim-ruled Gulf Arab states led by Riyadh, which regards the once obscure Houthis, who hail from Yemen's northern highlands, as terrorists.



Obama says more political openness would strengthen Ethiopia

U.S. President Obama and his delegation, including NSA Rice, sit down to a bilateral meeting with Ethiopia's Prime Minister Desalegn at the National Palace in Addis Ababa, EthiopiaBy Jeff Mason and Aaron Maasho ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama told Ethiopia's leaders on Monday that allowing more political freedoms would strengthen the African nation, which had already lifted millions out of a poverty once rooted in recurring famine. Obama was speaking after talks with Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn on the first trip by a U.S. president to Ethiopia, one of Africa's fastest-growing economies, which is often criticized for its rights record. Ethiopia's opposition failed to secure a single seat in a May parliamentary election, drawing skepticism from Washington, which has also criticized Ethiopia's detention of bloggers and journalists.



Nine killed in day-long Indian gun battle near Pakistani border

Indian security personnel celebrate on the roof of a police station after a gunfight in Dinanagar town, IndiaBy Andrew MacAskill DINANAGAR, India (Reuters) - Indian police overcame a group of gunmen dressed in military fatigues on Monday after a 12-hour battle that ended in a small-town police station near the border with Pakistan, and at least nine people were killed. Police in the frontier state of Punjab killed three unidentified assailants who had pulled up at the police complex in a stolen car, automatic weapons blazing, at about 5 a.m. (2330 GMT Sunday). Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his top ministers have not made detailed statements on the attack, which came weeks after he met Pakistan's premier Nawaz Sharif in an attempt to revive stalled relations between the nuclear-armed rivals.



South Korea says MERS threat is over

South Korean Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn speaks during a meeting about MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) with government officials at the government complex in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, July 28, 2015. Hwang says the country is now virtually free of the deadly MERS virus. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea said Tuesday it is now virtually free of the deadly MERS virus that killed 36 people and sickened nearly 200 since an outbreak was declared in May.



Chadian forces in 'major' hunt for Boko Haram on Lake Chad

People use a boat to cross Lake Chad, where hundreds of islets separated by channels hidden by tall grass provides cover for Boko Haram to steal livestock and crops from localsN'Djamena (AFP) - The Chadian army has launched a "major operation" to flush out Boko Haram jihadists from islands in Lake Chad, sparking violent clashes between soldiers and the Islamic State-affiliated group. Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari will, meanwhile, travel to neighbouring Cameroon on Wednesday for talks on combating the regional threat posed by the extremist group, whose six-year insurgency has claimed 13,000 lives and caused about 1.5 million people to flee their homes. On Monday, "violent clashes" raged near Baga Sola, one of the main towns in the shallow, marshy waters of Lake Chad, a Chadian security source told AFP.



Boy Scouts of America lifts ban on gay troop leaders

Members of Scouts for Equality hold a rally to call for inclusion for gays in the Boy Scouts of America, in Washington, DC on May 22, 2013The Boy Scouts of America officially ended its decades-old ban on gay troop leaders Monday, a historic but controversial shift after years of legal wrangling and internal strife. Despite removing the national ban on gay adults in scouting, the BSA will still allow individual chapters to continue to bar gay adults from being Scout leaders or employees if hiring them would violate the unit's religious beliefs. "This change allows Scouting's members and parents to select local units, chartered to organizations with similar beliefs, that best meet the needs of their families," the BSA said on its website.



Top Asian News at 3:00 a.m. GMT
YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — From space, the fishing boats are just little white specks floating in a vast stretch of blue water off Papua New Guinea. But zoom in and there's the critical evidence: Two trawlers loading slave-caught seafood onto a massive refrigerated cargo ship. The trawlers fled a slave island in Indonesia with captives of a brutal Southeast Asian trafficking ring whose catch reaches the United States. Hundreds of men were freed after they were discovered there earlier this year, but 34 boats loaded with workers left for new fishing grounds before help arrived — they remain missing.
With Boston out, can Los Angeles revive a US Olympic bid?

FILE - In this Feb. 5, 2015, file photo, people hold up placards against the Olympic Games coming to Boston, during the first public forum regarding the city's 2024 Olympic bid, in Boston. Boston's mayor delivered a harsh blow to the city's effort to host the 2024 Olympics on Monday, July 27, 2015, when he declared he wouldn't sign any document "that puts one dollar of taxpayer money on the line for one penny of overruns on the Olympics." That document is the host city contract that most in the Olympics consider crucial to any city's success. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)Boston's bid to host the 2024 Olympics was undercut by its own mayor, its skeptical public and, finally, leaders of the U.S. Olympic Committee, who were tired of the city's ever-changing blueprint.



Tottenham expect tough test from MLS All-Stars

Los Angeles Galaxy players Steven Gerrard, Robbie Keane and Juninho attend a training session on July 7, 2015 at StubHub Center in Carson, CaliforniaTottenham launch their final preparations for the fast-approaching Premier League season on Wednesday when they take on a Major League Soccer All-Stars side featuring former Spurs striker Robbie Keane in the US league's mid-season exhibition. "It's going to be a tough game and that's what we want," 21-year-old striker Harry Kane said Monday in Denver, where he and his team-mates have been training since the weekend. "It's not long until the season starts, and we need to see what we need to work on," Kane said.



Australian charged after police say he planned to fight IS
SYDNEY (AP) — An Australian man appeared in court Tuesday on terror charges after police say he tried to join Kurdish-aligned forces battling the Islamic State group in Iraq.
Obama to give keynote address to African Union

Members of the Ethiopian Defense Forces Band await the arrival of US President Barack Obama for a welcoming ceremony at the National Palace in Addis Ababa on July 27, 2015Barack Obama will be the first-ever US president to address the African Union on Tuesday, in the culmination of a short tour of the region that has seen him focus on security and human rights. After visiting Kenya, the country of his father's birth, Obama is in the Ethiopian capital, the seat of the pan-African body, where he has already praised the country as a key partner in the war against Al-Qaeda-affiliated Shebab militants in Somalia. "Part of the reasons we've seen this shrinkage of Shebab in East Africa is that we've had our regional teams," Obama said, referring to African Union and Somali government troops.



Thousands of salmon die in hotter-than-usual Northwest rivers
By Courtney Sherwood PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - Unseasonably hot water has killed nearly half of the sockeye salmon migrating up the Columbia River through Oregon and Washington state, a wildlife official said on Monday. Only 272,000 out of the more than 507,000 sockeye salmon that have swum between two dams along a stretch of the lower Columbia River have survived the journey, said Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife fisheries manager John North. The die-off comes as U.S. West Coast states grapple with drought conditions and the Columbia is seeing the third-highest count of sockeye returning from the ocean to spawn since 1960, federal figures show.
Saudi FM slams 'aggressive' Iran comments

This handout photo from the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) on July 27, 2015 shows Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir (R) meeting with EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini in RiyadhSaudi Arabia's foreign minister on Monday denounced "aggressive statements" by Iran, intensifying the verbal sparring between the regional rivals following a global deal on Tehran's nuclear programme. The remarks were the latest in a back-and-forth that has raised tensions as senior Western officials visit Iran and Sunni-majority Gulf countries in the wake of the landmark accord between global powers and the Islamic republic. A day earlier, Iran's foreign ministry spokeswoman accused Saudi ally Bahrain of making "unfounded allegations" to foment "tension in the region", after Bahrain's interior ministry announced the detention of two men accused of trying to smuggle weapons from Iran.



3-year study fails to link rugby to long-term health impact
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Researchers say they have been unable to find any definitive links between rugby and long-term physical and psychological health problems in former players.
US, Turkey join forces to drive Islamic State from Syria

Turkish tanks line up on a hill near the border with Syria in 2014The US and Turkey have agreed to work together to drive Islamic State jihadists from northern Syria, senior US officials said, as Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu vowed to press ahead with parallel strikes against Kurdish militants. The potentially game-changing accord with the US comes with ambassadors from all 28 NATO countries due to meet on Tuesday in Brussels -- at Turkey's request -- to discuss Ankara's campaign against IS and Kurdish militants. Turkey, meanwhile, fuelled the growing anger of its Kurdish minority by shelling a Kurdish-held village in northern Syria while its warplanes continued to pound Kurdish targets in northern Iraq.



Peru decrees warrantless geolocation tracking of cellphones
LIMA, Peru (AP) — Peru's government on Monday ordered telecommunications companies to grant police warrantless access to cellphone users' locations and other call data in real time and store that data for three years, a decree that civil libertarians called an unconstitutional invasion of privacy.
Dragic not expected to play for Slovenia this summer
MIAMI (AP) — Goran Dragic of the Miami Heat is not expected to play for Slovenia in the EuroBasket tournament in September.

BBC Sports News

Test cricket is 'brutal' - Bell
England batsman Ian Bell says he is a 'world-class cricketer' at his best and is hopeful of producing better in the third Ashes Test.
Red Bull are 'high maintenance'

Ashes still wide open - Edwards

Blatter deserves Nobel Prize - Putin
Fifa president Sepp Blatter deserves a Nobel Prize, according to Russian president Vladimir Putin.
Berahino 'not ready for Spurs move'
A move to Tottenham this summer would be too soon for striker Saido Berahino, says his former West Brom boss Alan Irvine.
Tuesday's gossip column
Man Utd set to miss out on Sergio Ramos, Pedro wants Barcelona exit, Spurs to bid for Berahino, plus best of social media.
Ballance finds form in Yorkshire win
Gary Ballance hits 69 as Yorkshire beat Derbyshire by seven runs in a rain-affected One-Day Cup game.
Drogba joins MLS side Montreal
Striker Didier Drogba signs for Major League Soccer side Montreal Impact after leaving Chelsea this summer.
Chand wins appeal over hormone ban
Indian sprinter Dutee Chand is cleared to race by a landmark ruling that questions the validity of so-called gender tests.
US ends Boston 2024 Olympic bid
Boston and the US Olympic Committee agree to end the city's bid for the 2024 Olympics due to lack of public support.
Brilliant Bopara inspires Essex win
All-rounder Ravi Bopara claims 4-31 and then smashes 101 not out as Essex crush Lancashire by seven wickets at Chelmsford.
Fifa wants 'independent' reform head
Fifa says its reform taskforce will be chaired by an independent person from outside of football.
We will try the impossible - Vettel
Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari will "try everything" to win the Formula 1 championship after his dramatic victory on Sunday.
Stoke sign ex-Barca winger Afellay
Netherlands winger Ibrahim Afellay becomes the fourth ex-Barcelona player at Stoke City after signing for the Potters.
Australia take ODI series with win
Australia beat England by 89 runs in the third one-day international at Worcester to take a 4-2 lead in the Women's Ashes.
Wright-Phillips joins New York side
Shaun Wright-Phillips signs for New York Red Bulls and will join his younger brother Bradley at the MLS club.
Aston Villa sign Ghana striker Ayew
Aston Villa sign Ghana striker Jordan Ayew, as they look to replace Liverpool's Christian Benteke.
Hull City sign Taylor and Clucas
Hull City sign former Newcastle United defender Ryan Taylor on a free transfer and Chesterfield midfielder Sam Clucas for £1.3m.
Barrow competes with shin fractures
Diver Sarah Barrow finishes sixth with Tonia Coach in the synchronised 10m world final despite two shin stress fractures.
New Parma cleared for Serie D start
A new Parma is cleared to compete in Italy's Serie D next season, four months after the original top-flight team went bust.

BBC Americas News

Obama attacks Huckabee Israel remarks
US President Barack Obama says attacks on him by Republican presidential candidates are "outrageous" and would be "ridiculous if it weren't so sad".
Boy Scouts lift ban on gay leaders
The Boy Scouts of America vote to lift its ban on gay people serving as adult leaders in the organisation.
New York airport to be rebuilt
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo unveils a sweeping plan to rebuild the ageing terminals of LaGuardia Airport - one of the busiest in the US.
US sex worker shoots 'serial killer'
A woman working as a prostitute may have put an end to a nationwide killing spree after she killed a man in self-defence, police say.
Cosby accusers' interviews published
Thirty-five of the women accusing Bill Cosby of rape or sexual assault are interviewed and photographed for the front cover of New York Magazine.
US ends Boston 2024 Olympic bid
Boston and the US Olympic Committee agree to end the city's bid for the 2024 Olympics due to lack of public support.
San Francisco tries 'anti-pee' paint
A urine-repellent paint that sends liquid "bouncing back" is being trialled in San Francisco in a bid to stop people relieving themselves in public.
Brown bath death 'unexplained'
Initial tests find no significant injuries to Bobbi Kristina Brown and no obvious underlying cause of death, according to the medical examiner.
Rapper 'hologram' stopped by police
A digital performance by American rapper Chief Keef has been halted by police.
Bodies found in NZ climber search
Two bodies are recovered from an avalanche-hit area of New Zealand's South Island where two Canadian tourists were reported missing, say police.
VIDEO: Huge blaze destroys Vegas hotel roof
One person has been take to hospital with minor burns after a large rooftop fire at a luxury hotel lit up the Las Vegas skyline.
VIDEO: Hundreds attend Sandra Bland funeral
Hundreds attend the funeral in Illinois of Sandra Bland, who died in a Texas prison cell nearly two weeks ago after being arrested.
VIDEO: Special Olympics gets under way
Stuart Pollitt reports from Los Angeles on the Special Olympics following Saturday night's opening ceremony.
VIDEO: Giant balloon dog breaks record
Jeremy Telford breaks the world record for the largest balloon structure created by an individual.
VIDEO: Hackers expose Jeep security flaw
Fiat Chrysler has issued a safety recall affecting 1.4m vehicles in the US, after security researchers showed that one of its cars could be hacked.
VIDEO: Car lifted to rescue trapped woman
Footage is released of the moment police and fire officers in Dallas rushed to lift a car to release a trapped female motorcyclist.
VIDEO: 'I just grabbed my child and we ran'
Eyewitnesses describe the moment when a gunman opened fire at a cinema in the US state of Louisiana, killing two people and injuring several others.
VIDEO: Sandra Bland death: What we know
After Sandra Bland was found dead in a jail cell, her family called for an independent investigation. Here's what we know about the case so far.
Obama's 'hopeless' push for gun control
Barack Obama says the nation will have to address gun control "at some point", but Republicans counter that more government regulation can't stop attacks like the one in Charleston.
Burger King gets 'chicken fries' lift
Burger King has credited the return of its "chicken fries" for helping to drive a better-than-expected rise in second quarter profit.
TODAY'S WEATHER

Current Forecast for Leesburg

P/CLOUDY Monday, 27 July 2015
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Relative Humidity
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P/CLOUDY
79°F
83%
SE at 5 mph
30.03 inches
10 miles
 
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