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BBC World News

British Airways: Flights cancelled amid IT crash
All British Airways flights leaving Heathrow and Gatwick are cancelled until 18:00 BST.
G7 talks: Trump allowed time over Paris climate change deal
Germany calls it "six against one" - but the US will be given more time to consider the Paris accord.
Kushner 'discussed secret line to Moscow' - US media reports
Donald Trump's son-in-law reportedly sought to use Russian facilities to reach Moscow officials.
Portland deaths: Two stabbed trying to stop anti-Muslim abuse
Two men are stabbed to death on a train in Portland as they try to stop a man abusing two women.
Manchester attack: Editor defends publishing leaked photos
The New York Times' decision to publish crime scene images was criticised by many in the UK.
Chris Cornell: Friends and family at Soundgarden singer's funeral
Friends and family attend the funeral of the Soundgarden singer at an LA cemetery.
Manchester attack: Terror threat reduced from critical to severe
The national terrorism threat level comes down to severe, meaning an attack is likely, not imminent.
Sri Lanka floods: Nearly 500,000 displaced as death toll rises
Flooding and mudslides caused by monsoon rains have killed more than 100, officials say.
Kashmir conflict: Top militant Sabzar Bhat killed, police say
His death triggered protests with police firing tear gas to break up stone-throwing crowds.
Afghanistan war: At least 13 dead in Khost bombing
The violence is the latest in a surge of attacks across the country, mostly blamed on the Taliban.
Palestinians in Israeli jails end 40-day hunger strike
Israel says the strike ended after an agreement to allow more family visits.
Manchester attack: Ariana Grande plans benefit gig
Pop star Ariana Grande is to return to Manchester for a benefit gig in aid of the terror victims.
Zbigniew Brzezinski, Carter's national security adviser, dies at 89
The former national security adviser has passed away at the age of 89, his daughter announced.
Exams in Ramadan: What should I eat?
If you're fasting during the Muslim holy month, here's how you can stay sharp in the exam hall.
Week in pictures: 20-26 May 2017
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
10 things we didn't know last week
Dwayne Johnson "announced" he will run for president, and more news nuggets.
How Balenciaga shaped modern fashion
It marks 100 years of his first fashion house in San Sebastian and 80 years of his Paris fashion house.
How a diver discovered Spanish Armada gold
Gold from the Spanish Armada was discovered on the seabed off Northern Ireland's north coast 50 years ago
Germany's Wacken hard rock festival gets beer pipeline
The underground pipeline is seen as cost-effective and eco-friendly for a major festival.
Highs and lows of Trump's trip so far
There have been plenty of talking points from President Trump's first foreign trip: here are a few.

Yahoo World News

Digital Geneva Convention needed after ransomware attack, Is the Syrian regime worried about international justice?, Friendly approach won't dissuade Kim Jong-un, Facebook Live presents ethical concerns, The economic benefits of solar and wind energy

Digital Geneva Convention needed after ransomware attack, Is the Syrian regime worried about international justice?, Friendly approach won't dissuade Kim Jong-un, Facebook Live presents ethical concerns, The economic benefits of solar and wind energy"The cybersecurity wake-up call the world has long needed has occurred...," states an editorial. "The obvious lesson is that computer operating systems need to be kept updated with the latest security software and data regularly backed up.... But there is a wider issue, highlighted by the vulnerability having first been discovered by America’s National Security Agency, which kept its finding secret only until the hacking tool it had allegedly developed was itself stolen and leaked online.... Microsoft has been calling for governments to draft and implement a digital Geneva Convention to ensure that governments do not keep vulnerabilities to themselves for exploitation. "The [Bashar al-Assad] regime in Syria is not only responsible for the worst state-orchestrated mass killings so far this century, it now appears to be trying to cover up at least some of its tracks in the belief that this will one day help it evade accountability when the war is over...," states an editorial. "A US State Department official has reported that a crematorium has been built at the [Saydnaya] prison which could be used to dispose of the bodies of victims of the regime.... International justice investigators, if ever they went to Saydnaya, would struggle to establish the facts.



Readers write: Inspiring story, open communication, chain of knitting

Readers write: Inspiring story, open communication, chain of knittingRegarding the April 24 & May 1 People Making a Difference story about Esther Zeiher: Thank you so much, Isabelle de Pommereau. Recommended: Could you pass a US citizenship test? Regarding the April 10 Home Forum essay, “The mystery of knitting ... remains a mystery”: I am a knitter.



How artists can heal – and heal others – after tragedy

How artists can heal – and heal others – after tragedyThe American rock band Eagles of Death Metal was performing on stage at the Bataclan, a Paris club, when gunmen opened fire. “Music is important … It’s a talisman for helping those people heal, ” said Josh Homme, the band’s drummer, in a recent HBO documentary about their return to Paris. The documentary, “Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis (Our Friends),” captures an emotional journey after the attacks for the band and fans.



BBC Sports News

Former Hull boss Silva named Watford head coach
Former Hull boss Marco Silva is named as the new manager of Watford, succeeding Walter Mazzarri at Vicarage Road.
A disgrace I will never forget - Wenger on 'lack of respect'
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger describes the treatment he has faced this season as "a disgrace" that he will "never forget".
FA Cup: What's your favourite goal from this season?
BBC Sport looks at eight of the best goals from the 2016-17 FA Cup competition.
Watch: Unlucky Root in bizarre run out
An unlucky Joe Root sees his innings ended as he is run out after Eoin Morgan's shot hits the stumps at the non-striker's end after clipping the finger-tips of bowler Dwaine Pretorius.
Hamilton 14th in qualifying as Raikkonen takes pole
Kimi Raikkonen is on pole for the Monaco Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton takes 14th after a dramatic qualifying session.
'I think there will be a lot of drama' - Brook on 'special' night
A long world title wait, a hyped American opponent and calorie deficits feature as Kell Brook and George Groves co-headline at Bramall Lane.
'TV, radio & football dads - everyone in the US is talking about Alonso'
Fernando Alonso's decision to skip the Monaco Grand Prix to race in the Indy 500 is big news in F1, but how has he become the talk of America?
PGA Championship: Rose, Stenson, Kaymer & 'Beef' surprise golf fan
Golfers Justin Rose, Henrik Stenson, Martin Kaymer and Andrew 'Beef' Johnston surprise nine-year-old golf fan Aaron on his birthday.
Novak Djokovic 'inspired' by new coach Andre Agassi
Novak Djokovic says he is inspired by new coach Andre Agassi and "excited" by the new chapter in his career ahead of the French Open.
Chespol recovers from lost shoe to win at Diamond League
Celliphine Chespol clocks the second fastest time in history to win the 3,000m steeplechase at the Prefontaine Classic Diamond League.
Casey and Garcia one shot off Texas lead
England's Paul Casey and Masters champion Sergio Garcia both moved within one shot of the lead on the second day in Texas.
Munster & Scarlets unchanged for Pro12 final
Preview and team news ahead of the Pro12 final between Munster and Scarlets at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
Personalise your BBC Sport app and sign up for alerts
With latest scores and headlines sent straight to your device, personalisation and much more, ensure you have a great sporting life with BBC Sport.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger: Lack of respect towards me a disgrace
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger describes the lack of respect towards him this season as a "disgrace" and says it tarnishes the reputation of the club.
FA Cup: Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says Arsenal can "save" their season
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says Arsenal will be very tough opponents in Saturday's FA Cup final as the Gunners try to "save" their season.
Formula 1: Nico Rosberg 'completely fulfilled' in retirement
Nico Rosberg talks about life as a retired F1 world champion, his predictions for this season and whether his Mercedes replacement Valtteri Bottas can compete for the title.
Manchester City Games: Holly Bradshaw wins pole vault with GB record
Great Britain's Holly Bradshaw wins the pole vault event at the Great City Games in Manchester with a national record of 4.80m.
Manchester City Games: Watch a tribute to victims of the Manchester attack
As Manchester hosts the City Games, watch a tribute to the victims of the Manchester attack incorporating Tony Walsh's poem, 'This Is The Place'.
FA Cup final, Arsenal v Chelsea: Pat Nevin on how both teams will line up
BBC football analyst Pat Nevin looks at the tactics Arsenal and Chelsea will employ for the FA Cup final - and how both teams will line up.
FA People's Cup finals: Best goals from 2017 finals
Individual screamers and brilliant teamwork all feature in the best goals from the 2017 FA People's Cup finals.

BBC Americas News

Kushner 'discussed secret line to Moscow' - US media reports
Donald Trump's son-in-law reportedly sought to use Russian facilities to reach Moscow officials.
Portland deaths: Two stabbed trying to stop anti-Muslim abuse
Two men are stabbed to death on a train in Portland as they try to stop a man abusing two women.
Chris Cornell: Friends and family at Soundgarden singer's funeral
Friends and family attend the funeral of the Soundgarden singer at an LA cemetery.
G7 talks: Trump allowed time over Paris climate change deal
Germany calls it "six against one" - but the US will be given more time to consider the Paris accord.
Genene Jones, former Texas nurse, charged again with baby murder
Genene Jones, dubbed the 'Angel of Death', is suspected of killing as many as 60 infants.
Wisconsin sheriff accused of 'ordering staff to harass man'
Sheriff David Clarke allegedly ordered his staff to detain and question a passenger on his flight.
Zbigniew Brzezinski, Carter's national security adviser, dies at 89
The former national security adviser has passed away at the age of 89, his daughter announced.
Trump foreign tour: G7 leaders turn attention to Africa
Disagreements remain with US President Donald Trump on migration, trade and climate change.
Teacher disciplined over 'most likely to become a terrorist' award
A 13-year-old girl was handed the "most likely to become a terrorist" award by her teacher.
Trump Russia inquiry: Kushner under FBI scrutiny - US media
Investigators believe Mr Trump's son-in-law has information relevant to the Russia probe, reports say.
US real estate agent sentenced for seven killings
The murder cases unravelled after a woman was found chained on Todd Kohlhepp's 95-acre property.
Wonder Woman women-only screenings in Texas spark row
Men claim discrimination after a cinema scheduled women-only screenings of the superhero film.
The British (pitch) invasion
The little-known tale of when the British inspired sports entrepreneurs to launch a football league in America.
Shifting tongues
John Kerry joked about Americans learning Russian, but global politics do influence languages studied.
'Fast Eddie'
Eddie Maher went on the run after driving off with £1.2m in a Securicor van. Remarkably, he kept it up for 19 years taking a wife and children from one US city to another.
Mapping a new frontier
Share Lab uses flow charts and data analysis to map one of the greatest forces shaping our world - Facebook.
Boy wonder
The six-year-old is sick of shootings in his community, his message reached America's top prosecutor.
Mic drop
Finals never had such flow. Why a Harvard graduate dropped a 10-track rap album for his thesis.
Humble pie
In this Philadelphia pizza shop, customers can pay $1 to purchase pizza slices for homeless patrons.
Not just Bitcoin
Why digital currencies are hitting record highs.
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