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BBC World News

Aleppo battle: UN says hundreds of men and boys 'missing'
Hundreds of Aleppo men and boys are reported 'missing' after leaving rebel areas, the UN says.
McLaren report: More than 1000 Russian athletes implicated in state-sponsored doping
More than 1000 Russian athletes benefited from a state-sponsored doping programme for four years from 2011, a new report claims.
Park Geun-hye: South Korea lawmakers vote to impeach leader
South Korea's parliament impeaches President Park Geun-hye who steps down amid a corruption scandal.
Netherlands trial: Geert Wilders guilty of incitement
Dutch anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders is convicted in hate speech trial but no penalty is imposed.
83 suspects in UK football abuse inquiry
There are now 83 potential suspects and 98 clubs involved in the inquiry into child abuse in football, police chiefs say.
Islamic State 'has lost 50,000 fighters' over two years
At least 50,000 IS militants have been killed over the past two years, a top US military official says.
Hillary Clinton warns of 'fake news epidemic'
Losing Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says the spread of "fake news" threatens the US.
'Godspeed, John Glenn': Obama leads tributes to US astronaut
Tributes pour in for John Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth, who died on Thursday aged 95.
US actor Judge Reinhold arrested in Dallas
US actor Judge Reinhold is arrested after a confrontation with security officials at Dallas airport.
Paris attacks: Two jailed in Grasse for fake claim
France jails a couple who defrauded a fund for survivors of the 2015 Paris attacks.
Chapecoense crash: Bolivia official accuses bosses of cover-up
Bolivian officials are accused of a cover-up over the plane crash involving Brazilian team Chapoconense.
History of smallpox called into question
A sample of the smallpox virus from a 17th Century victim challenges current thinking.
Inside Yemen: Saudi air strikes and Britain's role
As Britain's relationship with Saudi Arabia comes under scrutiny, the BBC's Fergal Keane hears human accounts of Saudi air strikes in Yemen.
John Glenn: First US astronaut to orbit Earth dies
Former astronaut John Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth, dies aged 95. Pallab Ghosh looks back at the day he made history.
What happened to China's arrested rights lawyers?
As the world marks Human Rights Day, the BBC looks at China's sweeping crackdown on lawyers.
CCTV shows US snowman stabbing
The owner of a giant inflatable snowman in Missouri has released CCTV footage of it being stabbed, in the hope of catching the assailant.
Aceh earthquake: 'I was thrown in the air. And then boom'
Wardi and his wife Dewi lived above their clothes shop. When the quake struck, their building collapsed. He describes his desperate, but failed, bid to save her.
Aleppo: Families flee city through hole in the wall
Lyse Doucet reports from Tariq al-Bab as families who have fled the fighting in Aleppo gather together.
World news in one minute
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
Giraffes added to vulnerable list
Giraffes have been classified as vulnerable to extinction. Chester Zoo says humans are to blame.

BBC Sports News

'More than 1000 Russian athletes guilty of doping'
More than 1000 Russian athletes benefited from a state-sponsored doping programme for four years from 2011, a new report claims.
'I'm no traitor ... I revealed the shameful truth' - Russian whistleblower
Yuliya Stepanova has won worldwide fame for what she dared to do off the track, but fears she may never return home.
Football abuse inquiry: 83 potential suspects identified
There are now 83 potential suspects and 98 clubs involved in the inquiry into child abuse in football, police chiefs say.
Profiling the Sports Personality contenders: Nicola Adams
Boxer made history at the Rio Olympics - first in our profiles of the Sports Personality nominees.
Tokyo 2020: Olympic and Paralympic sports to learn of funding decision for next cycle
Britain's Olympic and Paralympic sports will find out how much funding they are set to receive from UK Sport for the 2020 Games in Tokyo.
Watch: Spieth's woeful Masters seven at the 12th
Jordan Spieth suffers a major setback to retaining the Masters title after a disastrous seven at the par-three 12th.
David Luiz: How Chelsea system gives defender freedom - Ruud Gullit
Chelsea give defender David Luiz the protection and freedom he needs to thrive, says Match of the Day pundit and ex-Blues boss Ruud Gullit.
Warner's seventh ODI century of 2016 sees Australia thrash NZ
David Warner hits his seventh ODI century of the year as Australia sweep to a 3-0 series whitewash over New Zealand in Melbourne.
Mourinho praises Mkhitaryan's attitude after first goal
Manager Jose Mourinho praises Henrikh Mkhitaryan for adapting to a difficult start to life at Manchester United.
Hong Kong Open: Rafa Cabrera-Bello leads as Danny Willett climbs to tied third
Masters champion Danny Willett moves into contention at the Hong Kong Open as Rafa Cabrera-Bello leads by three at halfway.
Jones could be 'the next Ronda Rousey'
UFC fighter Brett Johns says taekwondo star Jade Jones could be the "next Ronda Rousey" if she takes up MMA.
Tennis Australia boosts anti-corruption fight
Australia's tennis association increases prize money and employs more investigators in the fight against corruption.
Rugby better than other sports on concussion - Warburton
Rugby's cautious approach to head injuries means the sport is ahead of others when dealing with concussion, says Wales captain Sam Warburton.
Team GB cyclist Kenny named Sportswoman of the Year
Laura Kenny is named the 2016 Sunday Times Sportswoman of the Year, with the GB hockey side winning the team award.
People want to see boxing bust-ups - Joshua
Anthony Joshua says fans "want to see" bad behaviour from boxers, following a fracas involving Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora.
Robbie Williams to sing at Sports Personality awards
Music stars Robbie Williams, Laura Mvula, Gareth Malone and the Invictus Choir will all perform at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year show.
Vernon Philander: Sussex sign South Africa all-rounder for spell in 2017
Sussex sign South Africa all-rounder Vernon Philander as an overseas player for the first half of the 2017 season.
Get BBC Sport News Alerts in the app
Want to know the moment a big story breaks - now you can by adding BBC Sport News Alerts in the app.
'Come back when you've won two European Cups' - Comedian's most-hated PL table
Comedian and Nottingham Forest fan Matt Forde tells the Premier League Show the teams he most hates in the Premier League.
Champions League 2016: Lionel Messi & Neymar lead the way
Barcelona star Lionel Messi tops the Champions League goal scoring charts as BBC Sport look at the key statistics from the group stage of Europe's top competition.

BBC Americas News

John Glenn, first American to orbit Earth, dies aged 95
Former astronaut John Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth, dies aged 95.
Trump picks Andrew Puzder to lead US Department of Labor
Donald Trump picks a fast-food executive opposed to higher minimum wages to lead the labour department.
Viola Desmond: First Canadian woman on banknote
Civil rights activist Viola Desmond will replace Canada's first prime minister on the $10 note
US actor Judge Reinhold arrested in Dallas
US actor Judge Reinhold is arrested after a confrontation with security officials at Dallas airport.
Hillary Clinton warns of 'fake news epidemic'
Losing Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says the spread of "fake news" threatens the US.
Canada lags behind Mexico in exports to the US
Mexico overtakes Canada as the biggest exporter of goods to the United States.
UAE investigators probe Ohio student killed by police
Abu Dhabi police travel to Ohio after the death of an Emirati man in a police shooting.
US life expectancy declines for first time in 20 years
Heart disease and dementia deaths contribute to the first drop in US life expectancy for 20 years.
Greg Lake: King Crimson and ELP star dies aged 69
Guitarist Greg Lake, who fronted both King Crimson and Emerson, Lake and Palmer, dies aged 69.
Donald Trump attacks union leader who called him a liar
Donald Trump blasts a union boss who accused him of lying about a deal to stop jobs going to Mexico.
Clinton fan's 'Pantsuit Drive' for homeless job seekers
Clinton fans who bought pantsuits for US voting day are urged to donate them to homeless jobseekers.
US Congress fights ticket-grabbing bots
Congress passes legislation to crack down on bots that buy batches of tickets online before humans.
Hollywood legend
A selection of images from the life and career of US actor Kirk Douglas, who celebrates his 100th birthday on 9 December.
Reach for the stars
The man who became a national hero as the first American to orbit the earth
Black Christmas
America's biggest shopping mall hosted its first African American Father Christmas this year - but black Santas have been around for decades and even played a role in the civil rights movement.
Don't shoot!
New resilience training aims to reduce the high numbers of deadly shootings by US police.
In a jam
It's a rare thing in cinema for a film to receive a round of applause before its titles appear. But that's what has been happening at early screenings of Oscar-tipped musical La La Land.
Pipe dreams
In Canada, some aboriginal communities embrace oil and gas development, rather than oppose such projects.
Free flights
At least 10 people who expected to spend the holidays by themselves won a free flight home.
Air Force $
Military gear, special shielding and its own defence systems - Air Force One is two of a kind.
TODAY'S WEATHER

Current Forecast for Leesburg

CLEAR Friday, 9 December 2016
Conditions
Temperature
Relative Humidity
Wind
Barometric Pressure
Visibility
CLEAR
30°F
59%
WNW at 20 mph
30.26 inches
10 miles
 
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