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BBC World News

MSF staff leave Kunduz hospital
Charity MSF says staff have left its hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz after it was hit by air strikes it blames on US-led Nato forces
French Riviera floods leave 16 dead
At least 16 people die after violent storms and flooding hit the French Riviera, including three elderly people who drowned in their retirement home.
Pope opens synod amid gay priest row
Pope Francis opens a synod of Roman Catholic bishops focusing on teachings on the family, a day after a senior Vatican priest came out as gay.
Oregon teen 'played dead' in shooting
A teenager survived the Oregon shooting because she was covered in another victim's body and the attacker believed she was dead, her father says.
Israelis killed in Jerusalem attacks
Israeli police ban Palestinians from entering Jerusalem's Old City after two Israelis were killed and three wounded in separate attacks.
PM plans more drones to fight IS
Britain's military capability to fight Islamic State militants is to be increased, pledges the prime minister, as Conservatives gather for the party conference in Manchester.
Floods trigger South Carolina emergency
US President Barack Obama declares a state of emergency in South Carolina, as rainfall is set to trigger more flooding across the east coast.
Portugal austerity faces election test
Portugal is voting in a general election seen as a referendum on four years of austerity under the centre-right government.
England 13-33 Australia
England become the first host nation to go out in the World Cup's pool stages after being outclassed by Australia.
Russia vows to intensify Syria strikes
Russia pledges to intensify its air strikes against Islamic State targets in Syria, saying the bombing has significantly weakened the militants.
Guatemala landslide death toll rises
The death toll from a landslide on a village 15km away from the Guatemalan capital rises to 73, with hundreds more feared missing, authorities say.
Deal ends Robin Williams estate battle
The wife and adult children of late US comic actor Robin Williams have ended their legal battle and reached a settlement on his estate, lawyers say.
VIDEO: Flash floods tear through French Riviera
Violent storms and flooding have hit southeast France, killing at least 13 people with six more missing, officials said.
VIDEO: Oregon survivor 'saved by victim's blood'
The father of a woman who survived Thursday's college shooting in Oregon has said he believes the blood of one of the victims saved his daughter's life.
VIDEO: Hungary 'in no hurry to close borders'
Of the 180,000 refugees and migrants who entered Germany in September, 140,000 passed through Hungary.
VIDEO: Many dead in Guatemala landslide
Guatemalan authorities say the number of people killed when a hillside collapsed on houses in the village of El Cambray, 15km (nine miles) outside the capital, has risen to 56.
VIDEO: Catholic priest 'happy to be gay'
A senior priest at the Vatican has revealed he is gay, on the eve of a major meeting set to discuss the Catholic Church's teaching on family.
VIDEO: Farmers find woolly mammoth skeleton
Farmers in Michigan uncover a woolly mammoth skeleton in a soybean field.
VIDEO: Pakistan's first female fire fighter
Shazia Parveen is breaking taboos in Pakistan by becoming the country's only female fire fighter.
VIDEO: Hairy start to world beard competition
An Austrian village is bristling with activity, as the World Beard and Moustache Championships get under way.

Yahoo World News

MSF denies Taliban was firing from Afghan hospital hit by air strike

Fire is seen inside a Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) hospital building after an air strike in the city of Kunduz, AfghanistanBy Mirwais Harooni and Andrew MacAskill KABUL (Reuters) - Medical aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres denied that Taliban fighters were firing from its hospital at Afghan and NATO forces before a suspected U.S. air strike killed at least 19 people in a battle to oust the Islamist insurgents from an Afghan city. The northern city of Kunduz has been the scene of fierce fighting since the Taliban captured it almost a week ago. Afghan security forces fought their way into Kunduz four days ago, but battles continue in many places.

Russian jets hit Syria's Homs, Hama province: monitor and residents

A civil defence member walks on rubble of a damaged building next to a site hit by what activists said were airstrikes carried out by Russian air force at Ehsim town in the southern countryside of Idlib, SyriaAir strikes by suspected Russian jets hit targets around the town of Talbiseh in western Syria on Sunday, residents and a group which monitors the civil war in Syria said, a day after Russia promised to step up its air campaign. Ambulances rushed wounded people to hospital in Talbiseh, north of the city of Homs, and one resident said at least five bodies had been recovered from the western part of the town. "So far there are seven or six raids in the town," said Abdul Ghafar al Dweik, a former government employee and volunteer rescue worker.

Pope opens synod; calls for welcoming Church but no gay marriage

Pope Francis leads the opening mass for the synod of bishops on the family at St. Peter's Basilica in the VaticanBy Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis on Sunday reaffirmed Catholic opposition to gay marriage as he opened a three-week gathering of bishops from around the world but said the Church had to show love and understanding towards all. Francis presided at a solemn Mass in St. Peter's Basilica to open the meeting, known as a synod, on the theme of the family in the modern world. On the eve of the gathering, the Vatican dismissed a Polish priest from his Holy See job after he came out as gay and called for changes in Catholic teachings against homosexual activity.

Palestinians stab Israelis in two attacks; PM calls in security chiefs

Members of the Zaka Rescue and Recovery team clean the scene where a Palestinian was shot dead after he stabbed and killed two people in Jerusalem's Old CityBy Jeffrey Heller JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A Palestinian man stabbed and wounded an Israeli teenager in Jerusalem on Sunday, just hours after another knife-wielding attacker killed an off-duty Israeli soldier and a rabbi nearby in the walled Old City, police said. Officers shot dead both attackers, a police spokesman said, and Israel's government announced it was barring Palestinians from entering the ancient district for two days, apart from people who lived there. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office said he would meet security chiefs later on Sunday to discuss more action to tackle a rising wave of violence in East Jerusalem, which includes the Old City, and the West Bank, areas that Israel captured in a 1967 war.

Germany faces logistical nightmare as refugee inflows hit record

Hundreds of migrants wait to register at Berlin's central registration center for refugees and asylum seekers LaGeSo in BerlinBy Michelle Martin BERLIN (Reuters) - When Hesham fled Syria in early August with his pregnant wife and baby, he was sure all would be well once he got to Germany. Instead the hope has turned to despair after weeks of waiting to be registered at an overcrowded reception center in Berlin. The 26-year-old former chef is one of the hundreds of migrants who crowd around a small screen at the registration office every day, desperately waiting for their number to come up so they can go inside and get a certificate that is the first step in the asylum process.

In Australia, seeds of Islamic radicalism sown early

Police tape stretches across a road as police inspect and guard the area outside the NSW state police headquarters located in the south western Sydney suburb of Parramatta, AustraliaBy Morag MacKinnon SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Australian government's focus on national security and the war on terror to tackle Islamic extremism, rather than social cohesion and inclusion, has helped create an environment for radicalized Muslim youth to emerge in disproportionate numbers, experts say. Authorities in Australia are grappling with a rise in violence perpetrated by teenagers at home as well as battling to halt the flow of those who are attempting to travel to Syria to fight with Islamic extremists. The murder of a police accountant in Sydney on Friday by a boy of Iraqi-Kurdish descent is the latest in a spate of attacks linked to Islamic extremism.

The Latest: Israeli-Palestinian tensions soar after attacks

Palestinians inspect the house of Qais al-Saadi, a member of the Hamas' al-Qassam Brigades, after an Israeli military raid in the West Bank city of Jenin, Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015. Israeli troops shot and wounded at least 18 Palestinians in violence during an arrest raid in the Jenin refugee camp, a Palestinian hospital director said. (AP Photo/Majdi Mohammed)JERUSALEM (AP) — The latest developments after Palestinian stabbing attacks in Jerusalem killed two Israelis and wounded three others, including a toddler, prompting Israeli authorities to take the unprecedented step of closing east Jerusalem's Old City to all Palestinians who do not live, work or study there (all times local).

Top Asian News at 12:30 p.m. GMT
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — International medical charity Doctors Without Borders said on Sunday it has withdrawn from the northern Afghan city of Kunduz after a deadly airstrike destroyed its hospital, killing 19 people. The humanitarian crisis in the city, which briefly fell to the Taliban last week before the government launched a counteroffensive, has grown increasingly dire, with shops shuttered because of ongoing fighting and roads made impassable by mines planted by insurgents.
Romania make 7 changes for RWC match against Canada
LONDON (AP) — Romania coach Lynn Howells has made seven changes to his side that lost 44-10 to Ireland for the Rugby World Cup Pool D match against Canada on Tuesday.
Syria President: Russia campaign against terror must succeed

In this photo made from footage taken from Russian Defense Ministry official web site on Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015 a bomb explosion is seen in Syria. Pentagon officials urged the Russian military on Thursday to focus its airstrikes in Syria on Islamic State fighters rather than opponents of Syrian President Bashar Assad, U.S. administration officials said. (Russian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP)BEIRUT (AP) — Syria's President Bashar Assad says the air campaign by Russia against terrorists in his country must succeed or the whole region will be destroyed.

China sending senior official for North Korean anniversary
BEIJING (AP) — China will send a leading member of the Communist Party's all-powerful Politburo Standing Committee to Pyongyang this month for commemorations of the founding of North Korea's ruling party.
Cameron: Britain will get more drones to fight extremists
LONDON (AP) — Prime Minister David Cameron says Britain will get 20 more drones and strengthen its special forces as Britain tries to help quell the growth of the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq.
Daughter: Sepp Blatter's reputation ruined by envy, hatred
ZURICH (AP) — Envy and hatred, rather than any illegality, is to blame for Sepp Blatter's reputation being ruined and it will take several people to do the FIFA president's job in future, according to his daughter.
Flash floods on French Riviera kill at least 16

A man carrying his bicycle tries to make his way after floods in Biot, near Cannes, southeastern France, Sunday Oct.4, 2015. Sudden heavy rains around the French Riviera have killed at least 10 people, including some trapped in cars, a campsite and a retirement home, and left six missing. Car and train traffic was disrupted along the Mediterranean coast. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)ANTIBES, France (AP) — Flash flooding around the French Riviera has killed at least 16 people, some drowned in a retirement home and others trapped in cars and campsites. Torrents of muddy water inundated buildings, roads and railway tracks, disrupting movement along the Mediterranean coast Sunday.

Assad says Syria, allies will defeat terrorism, failure would be devastating
BEIRUT (Reuters) - President Bashar al-Assad said Syria, Russia, Iran and Iraq were united in battling terrorism and were likely to succeed, but warned that the cost of failure would be devastating for the Middle East. The four nations would achieve "practical results", unlike a U.S.-led international coalition whose year-long campaign of air strikes against Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq had seen an expansion of violence, Assad was quoted on Sunday as telling Iranian television in an interview. ...
Latvala wins Tour of Corsica
AGOSTA PLAGE, Corsica (AP) — Jari-Matti Latvala won the Tour of Corsica to post a 15th career win in the world rally championship on Sunday.
Assad forsees success for Russia, Iran, Iraq, Syria coalition
DUBAI (Reuters) - Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said a coalition of Iran, Iraq, Russia and Syria had to prevail in his country's civil war or else Syria might not survive, Iranian state television reported. Speaking in Arabic through a Farsi interpreter, Assad said he was confident about the efficiency of the coalition and that the chances of it succeeding were big. If it was not successful, it could lead to the destruction of Syria. (Reporting by Sami Aboudi and Firouz Sedarat, Writing by WIlliam Maclean; Editing by Alison Williams)
Castro leads Betis to 2-0 win at Rayo in Spanish league
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Striker Ruben Castro set up one goal before scoring another to help Real Betis beat Rayo Vallecano 2-0 Sunday in the Spanish league, its first win at Vallecas Stadium since the 1999-2000 season.
Portuguese go to polls, may reelect austerity-minded government

Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho leaves a polling station with his wife after voting during the general election in MassamaBy Axel Bugge and Andrei Khalip LISBON (Reuters) - The Portuguese voted in a national election on Sunday with polls predicting another win for their austerity-minded, center government that guided them through an economic crisis, though it could fall short of an outright majority. Minority government has a dismal history in Portugal and many worry such an outcome could endanger Portugal's fledgling economic recovery. The general election is the first since Portugal exited an international bailout last year.

Iranian parliament speaker urges decision on nuclear deal
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran's parliament speaker on Sunday urged lawmakers to decide on a landmark agreement reached with world powers that would curb Tehran's nuclear activities in exchange for the lifting of international sanctions.

BBC Sports News

Advocaat quits as Sunderland manager

A new rock bottom for England?

No 'hasty reaction' to England exit
England's World Cup elimination will be dealt with "in the fullness of time", says RFU chief executive Ian Ritchie.
DeGale to fight Bute in November
James DeGale will defend his IBF world super-middleweight title against Lucian Bute in Canada on 28 November.
'Doping in rugby is widespread'
The first British rugby player given a four-year ban for taking steroids tells the BBC doping in rugby is widespread.
England let country down - Robshaw
Captain Chris Robshaw says England "let the nation down" as a 33-13 loss to Australia sees the World Cup hosts go out at the pool stage.
Sack me but I won't quit - Mourinho
Jose Mourinho says he will not quit as Chelsea manager and tells the club they must sack him if they want to remove him.
Republic cut Euro qualifiers squad
Uncapped duo Eunan O'Kane and Alan Judge are in the Republic of Ireland squad for matches against Germany and Poland.
Kipsiro and Kiplagat win in Glasgow
Uganda's Moses Kipsiro and Kenya's Edna Kiplagat win the half marathon races at the Great Scottish Run in Glasgow.
The Arc - history in the making?
A record third win on Sunday would make Treve an all-time great, says racing correspondent Cornelius Lysaght.
Wenger defends Ospina from criticism
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger defends David Ospina, describing the recent criticism of his keeper as "not analysis of football".
Bowe and Henshaw start for Ireland
Tommy Bowe will start in Ireland's World Cup game against Italy on Sunday as fit-again Robbie Henshaw is recalled.
Bradford's Lowes threatens to quit
Bradford coach James Lowes threatens to quit over the Super League play-off format after his side miss out on promotion.
Broner wins light-welterweight title
Adrien Broner wins a world title at a fourth weight by stopping Khabib Allakhverdiev to win the WBA light-welterweight title.
Manohar elected Indian cricket boss
Shashank Manohar promises to "clean the image" of the Board of Control for Cricket in India after being elected president.
Sunday's gossip column
Sunderland manager latest, Arsenal to offer Alexis Sanchez a new contract, Victor Valdes to Sevilla, plus more.
Olesen opens three-shot Dunhill lead
Thorbjorn Olesen scores a seven-under-par 65 to open up a three-shot lead at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Trump thrashed by Wild in qualifiers
Judd Trump loses 6-0 to world number 120 Michael Wild in the International Championship qualifiers in Barnsley.
Evans doubtful for NI qualifiers
Defender Jonny Evans is doubtful for Northern Ireland's final two Euro 2016 qualifiers after injuring a hamstring.
Woffinden wins World Championship
British 25-year-old rider Tai Woffinden wins his second Speedway World Championship in three seasons.

BBC Americas News

Oregon teen 'played dead' in shooting
A teenager survived the Oregon shooting because she was covered in another victim's body and the attacker believed she was dead, her father says.
Floods trigger South Carolina emergency
US President Barack Obama declares a state of emergency in South Carolina, as rainfall is set to trigger more flooding across the east coast.
Deal ends Robin Williams estate battle
The wife and adult children of late US comic actor Robin Williams have ended their legal battle and reached a settlement on his estate, lawyers say.
Pope Francis met gay couple in US
The pontiff had a private meeting with a gay couple last week in Washington, one of his guests tells the BBC.
Markets recover after US jobs figures
The US economy added just 142,000 jobs in September, lowering the chance of an interest rate rise this year.
US farmers uncover woolly mammoth bones
Two Michigan farmers discovered a woolly mammoth skeleton completely on accident.
Oklahoma halts executions over drugs
Three impending executions in Oklahoma are halted after prison officials nearly administered the wrong lethal injection drug to a death row inmate.
Amazon bars Apple and Google TV devices
Amazon bars the sale of Apple and Google video-streaming devices
Eleven dead in Afghan Hercules crash
At least 11 people die, including six US troops, after a US C-130 Hercules aircraft crashes at an airport in Afghanistan, the US military confirms.
VIDEO: How common are US school gun attacks?
The killing of nine people in an Oregon college is the 294th mass shooting in the US this year.
VIDEO: Oregon survivor 'saved by victim's blood'
The father of a woman who survived Thursday's college shooting in Oregon has said he believes the blood of one of the victims saved his daughter's life.
VIDEO: Oregon gunman killed himself
Police in the US state of Oregon reveal that the gunman who shot dead nine fellow students at a community college also killed himself.
VIDEO: Farmers find woolly mammoth skeleton
Farmers in Michigan uncover a woolly mammoth skeleton in a soybean field.
VIDEO: Obama's 'frustration' at US gun laws
US President Barack Obama has repeated his calls for US Congress to toughen up the gun laws in the wake of a fatal shooting in Oregon, where nine people were killed and seven others injured.
VIDEO: 'He shot my best friend three times'
Sharon Kirkham heard gunshots and then saw her friend collapse.
VIDEO: Hurricane Joaquin lashes Bahamas
State of emergency declared for parts of the US east coast as Joaquin continues to move from the Bahamas towards Bermuda.
VIDEO: Gunman's father speaks of shock
Nine people have been killed and seven injured in a shooting at a college in the US state of Oregon, say police.
VIDEO: 'The suspect is down'
A series of emergency calls has been made public, showing how events unfolded at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, in which at least 13 people were shot dead.
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.
Whole Foods stops selling prison goods
Upmarket US food chain Whole Foods says it will no longer sell goods made by prison labour after protests against the practice.

Current Forecast for Leesburg

L/FOG Sunday, 4 October 2015
Relative Humidity
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NNE at 9 mph
30.23 inches
3 miles
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