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BBC World News

Ikea's tax affairs to be investigated by the EU
The Commission says Ikea may have been given an unfair tax advantage in the Netherlands.
Austria protest as far right Freedom Party tastes power
The Freedom Party is the EU's only far-right party in power and plans controls on asylum seekers.
'Security incident' at US airbase in UK
A man is arrested after apparently trying to drive through a checkpoint at RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk.
Shinee singer Jonghyun: K-pop boy band superstar dies
Jonghyun was a member of Shinee, who have had a string of number one hits in South Korea.
Jay-Z halts show for fan who survived cancer
Jay-Z halted a concert in California for a fan who has survived cancer twice.
Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson airport power cut strands thousands
A handful of flights depart from the world's busiest airport after an overnight shutdown.
Russia meddled on Twitter after UK terror attacks, study says
A study accuses Russian-linked Twitter accounts of exploiting four terrorist attacks to divide the UK.
Saudi Prince bin Salman 'was mystery buyer' of $320m house
The house near Paris has a wine cellar, cinema and moat with an underwater chamber for viewing fish.
Bitcoin trading starts on the huge CME exchange
The Chicago-based CME exchange begins Bitcoin trading for investors.
Mayor abducted and killed in Libya
Mohamad Eshtewi's body was found dumped in the street after he was abducted by unidentified gunmen.
South Africa's ANC party leadership vote: Counting under way
Delegates are selecting a replacement for Jacob Zuma as head of South Africa's ruling party.
Lebanon murder inquiry arrest after UK woman's death
Rebecca Dykes, a British embassy worker in Beirut, was strangled and sexually assaulted, police say.
Ashes: Australia thrash England in Perth to regain urn
Australia regain the Ashes with an innings-and-41-run win over England in the third Test in Perth.
Capturing East Harlem in the 80s
Photographer Joseph Rodriguez's images of the characters of East Harlem in the 1980s.
Nikon v Kodak: 360 cameras go head-to-head
Two mid-range 360 cameras are put to test by the BBC Click team.
Steepest railway opens in Switzerland
Special barrel-shaped carriages allow the floors to tilt as it climbs.
TV star's selfie warning to girls
TV personality Scarlett Moffatt posts selfies with a warning about filtered images on social media
François Gabart gets a hero's welcome after breaking sailing record
François Gabart is welcomed home after breaking the record for fastest solo lap around the world.
IMAX boss: Don't sell new technology too hard
IMAX's Richard Gelfond says firms shouldn't try and change the world with new technology, but make it fit the market.
Jay-Z brings cancer survivor on stage
The rapper halts his show in California after spotting a fan's sign in the audience.

Yahoo World News

Three months to halt war on the Korean Peninsula?, Will the Republican tax plan really boost the economy?, World powers must stop passing the buck on Syrian refugees, The West isn’t the only culprit in Libya’s slave trade, Don’t forget Yemen’s awful war

Three months to halt war on the Korean Peninsula?, Will the Republican tax plan really boost the economy?, World powers must stop passing the buck on Syrian refugees, The West isn’t the only culprit in Libya’s slave trade, Don’t forget Yemen’s awful warTHREE MONTHS TO HALT DEVASTATING WAR ON THE KOREAN PENINSULA? “The drumbeat for a potentially devastating war on the Korean peninsula ... has grown louder in the wake of North Korea’s latest missile test...,” writes Mark Seddon.



Why did Broward destroy 2016 ballots? Sanders ally seeks US probe

Why did Broward destroy 2016 ballots? Sanders ally seeks US probeA South Florida law professor, running to unseat Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, is calling for a federal investigation into the destruction of all ballots cast in the August 2016 Democratic primary in Broward County. The challenger, Tim Canova, has made repeated public records requests and filed a lawsuit seeking access to paper ballots cast in his unsuccessful race last year against the former Democratic National Committee chair in Florida’s 23rd congressional district. Over the past year, the Broward supervisor of elections, Dr. Brenda Snipes, has taken no action on Mr. Canova’s requests to examine the ballots, and she has urged a judge to throw Canova’s lawsuit out.



When ‘culture clash’ gets in the way

When ‘culture clash’ gets in the wayThis fall marked the 25th anniversary of a famous lecture by Samuel Huntington. The late Harvard University professor predicted that world events would revolve around a “clash” of cultures and religions, or “civilizations,” rather than ideas. The problem with this theory and its bold categories – other than distilling trends down to a phrase like “clash of civilizations” – is that there are too many exceptions.



BBC Sports News

Ashes: Australia thrash England in Perth to regain urn
Australia regain the Ashes with an innings-and-41-run win over England in the third Test in Perth.
BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2017: Sir Mo Farah 'shocked' to win
Sir Mo Farah says he was shocked to be voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2017 and "never thought I would win having come so close before".
Pint-sized Ashes: The best TMS moments as Australia regain the urn
Listen to the best moments from Test Match Special as Australia regain the Ashes after storming to a massive win over England in the third Test in Perth and an unassailable 3-0 lead.
BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2017: Who got what in Secret Santa?
BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2017 attendees take part in this year's Secret Santa, and it's fair to say there were a few surprises in store for our contestants.
Ashes: Joe Root expects Alastair Cook, James Anderson & Stuart Broad to continue
England captain Joe Root expects senior players Alastair Cook, James Anderson and Stuart Broad continue playing beyond the Ashes defeat.
West Ham's Manuel Lanzini is charged by the FA for diving against Stoke
West Ham playmaker Manuel Lanzini is charged by the FA for diving during Saturday's Premier League win at Stoke.
Four-time world champion Martin now 'understands' Froome case
Four-time world champion Tony Martin explains comments about Chris Froome's 'adverse' drugs test and says he did not get "special treatment".
'We have plenty of candidates for England job - but not a lot are women'
The FA is struggling to find female candidates for the England manager's job, says head of women's football Baroness Sue Campbell.
Sports Personality of the Year 2017: Moving tribute to Bradley Lowery
Watch a moving tribute to Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery who is posthumously given The Helen Rollason award at Sports Personality of the Year 2017.
Palace midfielder Puncheon on weapon charge
Jason Puncheon was held after a disturbance on the street near a Surrey nightclub.
'I'm still right man to coach England' - Bayliss after Ashes loss
Trevor Bayliss says "it is for people above my pay grade" to decide his future after England's emphatic Ashes defeat in Australia.
Rapper Diddy plans to buy NFL's Panthers and sign Kaepernick
American rap star Sean 'Diddy' Combs says he wants to buy NFL franchise Carolina Panthers and sign free agency Colin Kaepernick.
BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2017: Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill gets Lifetime Achievement award
Former heptathlon champion Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill is given the Lifetime Achievement award at the BBC Sports Personality show.
Celtic's 69-game unbeaten run by the numbers
A look back at Celtic's 69-game unbeaten run in 69 seconds after Hearts became the first team in 70 attempts to beat them.
Frederic Michalak to retire at the end of the season
France's all-time leading scorer Frederic Michalak, currently with Top 14 side Lyon, will retire at the end of the season.
Guardiola to discuss new deal in summer as Man City plan dynasty
Man City will hold contract talks with manager Pep Guardiola in the summer as they aim to build a dynasty to rival that of Man Utd.
BBC Sport advent calendar: Mo Farah wins historic 10,000m world title
On day 18 of BBC Sport's advent calendar, watch four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah win his third consecutive gold in the 10,000m at the World Championships.
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Sports Personality of the Year 2017: Mo Farah wins top award
Watch as Sir Mo Farah wins the 2017 Sports Personality of the Year award.
Ashes: Moment Australia beat England to regain urn
Listen to the moment Australia regain the Ashes with an innings-and-41-run win over England in the third Test in Perth.

BBC Americas News

Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson airport power cut strands thousands
A handful of flights depart from the world's busiest airport after an overnight shutdown.
Barry Sherman: Murder unit to probe Canadian mystery deaths
Canadian police confirm a homicide unit will investigate the deaths of Barry Sherman and his wife.
Indonesia recaptures US citizen after Bali prison break
Held on drugs charges, he escaped a Bali prison but was caught on the neighbouring island of Lombok.
Bitcoin trading starts on the huge CME exchange
The Chicago-based CME exchange begins Bitcoin trading for investors.
Russia inquiry: Trump denies he plans to fire Robert Mueller
The US president says he won't sack the man probing possible Russian interference in US elections.
Jay-Z brings cancer survivor on stage
The rapper halts his show in California after spotting a fan's sign in the audience.
Trump Putin call: CIA helped stop Russia terror attack
Vladimir Putin phoned Donald Trump to thank him for the information provided.
Pentagon's secret UFO programme revealed
US media reports say documents from the operation describe strange aircraft and hovering objects.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi takes $450m on opening weekend
It is the second biggest grossing opening weekend in North America.
Santa Barbara evacuated as Thomas flares up again
Strong winds drive the Thomas fire - now California's third-biggest on record - towards the coast.
Hunter Harrison: CSX railway boss dies
The US transportation company's shares fell sharply on Friday after CEO's medical leave was announced.
Weinstein 'derailed my career' Sorvino says after Peter Jackson claim
Peter Jackson says he 'blacklisted' Mira Sorvino and Ashley Judd on Harvey Weinstein's advice.
Capturing East Harlem
Photographer Joseph Rodriguez's images of the characters of East Harlem in the 1980s.
Raised on Janet
As Janet Jackson wraps up her State of the World tour, one fan reflects on the star's impact on her life.
Shroud of doubt
A journalist looks for the truth of his father's role in one of the largest clandestine missions in US history.
No more thaw
The Obama adviser credited with the Cuba thaw looks at what has changed in the past year.
Love in North Korea
In 1980, North Korea forced a US soldier and a kidnapped Japanese girl to marry. This is their story.
Tillerson's takeaway
The secretary of state appeared to soften his tone on North Korea at a Washington policy speech.
Denim dominance
Despite being based in a small Welsh town, the Hiut Demin Company is exporting its jeans globally.
'Humbling defeat'
Some Republicans see the election as a 'humbling defeat', while others have turned defensive.
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