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BBC World News

Brexit: France and Germany 'in agreement' over UK's EU exit
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande say they are in "full agreement" on how to handle the fallout from the UK's decision to quit the EU.
Pound falls further over Brexit fears
London's FTSE 100 share index opens down 0.8%, while the pound falls further against the dollar after Friday's record one-day loss.
Lionel Messi: Argentina forward retires from international football
Argentina and Barcelona forward Lionel Messi, 29, retires from international football after missing in a penalty shootout.
Singapore Airlines plane catches fire after emergency landing
A Singapore Airlines plane bound for Milan catches fire shortly after making an emergency landing at Singapore's Changi airport.
Spanish election: PP wins most seats but deadlock remains
The conservative People's Party of PM Mariano Rajoy wins most seats in Spain's election but is again short of a majority.
Lebanon: Christian village hit by multiple suicide attacks
At least five people have been killed in multiple suicide bombings in a mainly Christian village in eastern Lebanon, reports say.
Clashes at white-supremacist rally in Sacramento leave 10 injured
At least 10 people are wounded, two seriously, in clashes between right-wing extremists and counter-protesters in Sacramento, California.
Pope Francis says Church should apologise to gays
Pope Francis says the Roman Catholic Church should apologise to gay people for the way it has treated them.
IS claims suicide attack against Jordanian troops
The so-called Islamic State group says it carried out a suicide attack that killed six Jordanian security personnel on the border with Syria.
Madagascar stadium blast kills two
A grenade explosion kills at least two people and wounds dozens during Madagascar's national day celebrations in the capital, officials say.
First voyage through expanded Panama canal
A Chinese container ship has become the first vessel to sail into the newly expanded Panama Canal.
Italian mafia boss caught after 20 years on run
One of Italy's most wanted mafia bosses is caught after 20 years on the run, with the authorities finding him asleep in his bed.
'And another one goes': UK resignations on air
A string of Labour shadow cabinet members have quit, with more walkouts expected, in protest at Jeremy Corbyn's leadership over the EU referendum.
First Minister: Scotland could veto Brexit
Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, says the Scottish Parliament could try to veto British exit from the European Union.
US flood survivor 'clung to dead husband'
Survivors of the floods in West Virgina in the US have described scenes of death and devastation.
Sousse attacks: Survivor on anniversary
A ceremony has been held in Tunisia to remember the 38 tourists shot dead on a beach in Sousse exactly one year ago.
Car bomb attack on hotel in Somalia
At least 14 people are killed in an explosion at a popular hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu.
EU referendum: Call to end French guard deal at Calais
Politicians in France are calling on President Hollande to scrap immigration checks on the French side of the English Channel following the UK's vote to leave the EU.
Glass slide opens 1,000ft above LA
A glass slide fixed 1,000ft along the outside of a skyscraper in Los Angeles opens to the public on Saturday.
China launches new generation rocket
China has launched its new generation Long March-7 carrier rocker into space, transporting cargo for the country's planned space station.

Yahoo World News

British EU vote unnerves world leaders and markets

A man holds up the German newspaper Bild with the titel "OUTsch!", for the camera, in BerlinBy Estelle Shirbon and Ben Blanchard LONDON (Reuters) - Britain plunged deeper into political crisis on Sunday after its vote to leave the European Union last Thursday, leaving world officials and financial markets confused about how to handle the political and economic fallout. Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to stay on in a caretaker role until the UK Conservative Party elects a new leader in about three months, after he resigned on Friday. British Finance Minister George Osborne, who had warned during the campaign that a "Brexit" would cause financial market volatility, scheduled a statement for 7 a.m. London time(0600 GMT) on Monday to provide reassurance about "financial and economic stability".

UNICEF says 25 children reported killed in Syria
Twenty-five children were reportedly killed in air strikes that hit heavily crowded areas in a town in eastern Syria, the United Nations children's agency (UNICEF) has said. Quoting reports from its local partners in Syria, UNICEF said health workers were reported to have pulled bodies of children from under rubble in the town of al-Quria in Deir al-Zor province, which is mostly under Islamic State control.
Suicide bombers strike Lebanese village, kill six

Lebanese army soldiers and policemen secure the area at the site where suicide bomb attacks took place in the Christian village of Qaa, in the Bekaa valleyFour suicide bombers killed six people and wounded 19 others in an attack in a Lebanese village at the border with Syria on Monday, security sources said. The attack at 4 a.m. (0100 GMT) targeted the mostly Christian village of Qaa, a few kms (miles) from the border. Three Lebanese soldiers were among the wounded, the sources said.

CIA weapons for Syrian rebels sold to arms black market: NYT

A rebel fighter sits near a weapon in Al-Lataminah villageSome of the stolen weapons were used in a shooting in November that killed two Americans and three others at a police training facility in Amman, according to a joint investigation by the New York Times and Al Jazeera.

Erdogan speaks with Abbas on Turkish-Israeli deal over Gaza: sources

Turkish President Erdogan talks at the closing news conference during the World Humanitarian Summit in IstanbulPresident Tayyip Erdogan spoke with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas by telephone on Sunday night and told him a deal had been reached with Israel to improve the humanitarian situation in Gaza, sources from the Turkish presidency said. The call came as senior officials from both Turkey and Israel said a deal had been reached to normalize ties to end a rift dating to 2010, after the Israeli navy killed 10 Turkish pro-Palestinian activists involved in an aid flotilla that tried to breach an Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip. The presidential sources said Abbas expressed satisfaction with the developments.

Top Chinese envoy in Vietnam as tension looms before court ruling

China's State Councilor Yang poses for a photo with Vietnam's DPM and FM Minh at ICC in Hanoi, VietnamChina's top diplomat arrived in Vietnam on Monday for a scheduled meeting to strengthen historically close relations, at a time when ties are strained by squabbles over the South China Sea. The trip by State Councillor Yang Jiechi, who outranks the foreign minister, comes amid a Chinese public relations blitz to try to discredit a looming verdict by an international tribunal that could aggravate tensions if it undermines Beijing's vast claims to waters extending far into Southeast Asia. Yang was due to co-chair a "steering committee" that aims to strengthen ties and ward-off disputes.

Multiple suicide bombings kill five in eastern Lebanon

Lebanese security forces secure the site of multiple suicide bombings on June 27, 2016 in the predominantly Christian village of Al-Qaa, in eastern Lebanon near the border with SyriaAl-Qaa (Lebanon) (AFP) - A string of suicide bombings early Monday killed at least five people in a Lebanese village near the volatile border with war-ravaged Syria. The attack came just hours after the Islamic State group on Sunday claimed responsibility for a suicide attack that killed seven soldiers on Jordan's border with Syria. Monday's deadly attack struck Al-Qaa, a predominantly Christian village nestled in a hilly border area shaken by violence since Syria's conflict erupted in 2011.

UK Treasury chief tries to calm markets amid 'Brexit' fears

British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne arrives for a press conference at The Treasury in London, Monday, June 27, 2016. Treasury chief Osborne sought to calm nerves in the markets Monday, as investors worried about the consequences of Britain leaving the European Union. In his first public appearance since the vote to leave the bloc Thursday, Osborne tried to reassure markets shaken by the result. (Stefan Rousseau/Pool Photo via AP)LONDON (AP) — Treasury chief George Osborne sought Monday to ease investor concerns about Britain's vote to leave the European Union, saying the U.K. economy is as strong as it could be to face the challenge.

Israel PM Netanyahu says Turkey deal to have 'immense' impact on economy
An agreement to normalize ties with Turkey after six years will have a positive impact on Israel's economy, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday. Speaking after meeting U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in Rome, Netanyahu said the agreement, announced by Israeli and Turkish officials on Sunday, was "an important step". "It has also immense implications for the Israeli economy, and I use that word advisedly," he told reporters together with Kerry.
The Latest: European stocks, pound continue to drop on vote

A man stands outside a money exchange shop decorated with different countries bank notes in Hong Kong, Monday, June 27, 2016. Japanese and Chinese stocks rose Monday but other Asian markets declined, crude prices fell further and U.S. shares appeared headed for a lower opening as jittery traders watched for more fallout from Britain's vote to exit the European Union. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)LONDON (AP) — The Latest on Britain's historic vote to leave the European Union (all times local):

'No special treatment' for Britain in EU exit: Merkel ally
Britain should not receive any special treatment in negotiating its exit from the European Union after last week's referendum vote, the parliamentary leader of German Chancellor's conservative Christian Democrats (CDU) said on Monday. "There will be no special treatment, there will be no gifts," Volker Kauder, a close Merkel ally, told the ARD German television station. At the same time, Kauder said, Britain was an important economic and trading partner of Germany, especially the automotive industry, and it was vital to conduct the EU exit negotiations with Britain to ensure continued good relations.
Suicide bombers kill 5 in eastern Lebanon, near Syria border

Suicide bombers kill 5 in eastern Lebanon, near Syria borderBEIRUT (AP) — A group of suicide bombers detonated their explosives in a northeastern Lebanese village near the border with Syria on Monday, killing five people and wounding at least 15, a Lebanese military official and paramedics said.

Netanyahu lauds benefits of normalizing ties with Turkey
ROME (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says his nation's agreement with Turkey to normalize ties will have immense implications for the Israeli economy.
Britain's EasyJet warns of Brexit hit

Budget airline EasyJet warns Britain's June 23 referendum decision to quit the European Union will hit sales in the second half of this yearBudget airline EasyJet warned Monday that Britain's June 23 referendum decision to quit the European Union will hurt its business over the next six months. The impact would cut revenue per seat -- a key measure of business efficiency for airlines -- by some five percent "at least" in the six months to September 30 when compared to the same period last year, it said in a statement. EasyJet said it had been buffeted by 1,061 cancellations so far in April-June period because of a French traffic controllers' strike, congestion at London-Gatwick airport and bad weather.

Top Asian News 6:41 a.m. GMT
BEIJING (AP) — China's premier called Monday for joint efforts to restore global economic confidence following the shock of Britain's vote to leave the European Union. Last week's referendum "has had an obvious impact on international financial markets. We are seeing increasing uncertainties in the world economy," said Li Keqiang, speaking at the World Economic Forum in the eastern city of Tianjin. The unusually direct comments by China's top economic official, who rarely discusses foreign political affairs, reflected the scale of official concern about the impact from turmoil in the 28-nation European Union, the country's top trading partner. Any weakening of European demand could hurt export industries that employ millions of workers.
India joins elite missile tech group controlling global sale
NEW DELHI (AP) — India has joined an exclusive club of countries controlling exports in missile technology, just a day after bemoaning its exclusion from another elite group that governs international nuclear fuel and technology.
Two killed in Madagascar concert blast
ANTANANARIVO (Reuters) - Two people were killed and dozens injured by an explosion during an Independence Day concert in Madagascar's capital late on Sunday, police said. President Hery Rajaonarimampianina called the blast an "unacceptable terrorist act", when he visited the 72 people wounded in hospital. Police said the explosive device at the open-air Mahamasina stadium was likely a grenade. A similar attack on a concert after the inauguration of Rajaonarimampianina in January 2014 killed one child. ...
IS claims responsibility for Jordan border attack last week
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) — The extremist Islamic State group claimed responsibility for last week's deadly suicide attack on a Jordanian army post on the Syrian border, posting a video online Monday it said shows the car bomb blast.
UK Labour leader defies revolt over Brexit strategy

Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn delivers a speech in London following the pro-Brexit result in the EU referendum vote, on June 25, 2016Britain's opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn insisted Sunday he would not give up his job in a Labour Party revolt over his handling of the EU referendum campaign, as the aftershocks from the "Leave" vote reverberate around the country. "I regret there have been resignations today from my shadow cabinet. "Those who want to change Labour's leadership will have to stand in a democratic election, in which I will be a candidate," he said in a statement.

Treasury chief says it will not be plain sailing in the days ahead, after 'Brexit' vote
LONDON (AP) — Treasury chief says it will not be plain sailing in the days ahead, after 'Brexit' vote.

BBC Sports News

Lionel Messi: Argentina forward retires from international football
Argentina and Barcelona forward Lionel Messi, 29, retires from international football after missing in a penalty shootout.
Andy Murray column: Wimbledon may see British players spring a surprise
Andy Murray on feeling the Wimbledon nerves, facing Liam Broady, and how British players can spring surprises this year.
'Roy will pick Kane - I'd go with Vardy' - Murphy predicts England win
'We will open Iceland up' - BBC pundit Danny Murphy gives his verdict on England's opponents in the last 16 at Euro 2016.
Djokovic to open Wimbledon title defence
Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Garbine Muguruza feature on day one at Wimbledon, along with eight Britons.
Shocked King considers Olympics appeal after 'unfair' exclusion
London 2012 gold medallist Dani King is to decide whether to appeal against her omission from the Rio 2016 cycling team.
Watch: Hazard scores glorious solo goal
Eden Hazard scores Belgium's third goal in a dominant performance against Hungary in their last 16 match at Euro 2016.
Belgium to face Wales after Hazard-inspired win - report & highlights
Eden Hazard scores a dazzling solo goal as Belgium defeat Hungary to book a Euro 2016 last-eight tie against Wales.
England whitewash Australia: Jeremy Guscott's view on 3-0 Test series win
England's whitewash of Australia is a massive result but this team has an even brighter future, says ex-England & Lions centre Jeremy Guscott.
England v Iceland: Roy Hodgson admits Euro 2016 tie is 'win or bust'
England manager Roy Hodgson accepts he is facing a "win or bust" match against Iceland in the last 16 of Euro 2016.
England v Sri Lanka ODI abandoned after rain - report & highlights
Rain forces the third one-day international at Bristol to be called off with England on 16-1 chasing Sri Lanka's 248-9.
Rio 2016: Sebastian Coe wins 1500m at 1984 Los Angeles Olympics
BBC Sport continues the countdown to the 2016 Rio Olympics with the moment Great Britain's Seb Coe retains his 1500m title at the Los Angeles Games in 1984.
Germany impress in easy victory over Slovakia - report & highlights
World champions Germany overwhelm Slovakia in Lille to set up a Euro 2016 quarter-final against Italy or Spain.
Sadio Mane: Southampton striker set for Liverpool medical after fee agreed
Southampton striker Sadio Mane will have a medical at Liverpool on Monday after the clubs agreed a transfer fee in excess of £30m.
France's extra recovery time 'incredible' - reaction & highlights
Martin O'Neill says France's recovery time from their last game was "incredible" as the hosts end his Ireland team's Euro 2016 hopes.
Ennis-Hill beats Worlds score to win on comeback
Jessica Ennis-Hill records the second best score in the world this year to win her first heptathlon since the 2015 World Championships.
Barnes beats sister by a wheel to win road race title
Britain's Hannah Barnes and Adam Blythe both win a first British Road Race title at Stockton-on-Tees.
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Euro 2016: England's Gary Cahill says 'dangerous Iceland have nothing to lose'
Gary Cahill admits the England team consider Iceland to be "dangerous" opponents in their crucial last 16 match because the Euro debutants have "nothing to lose".
Euro 2016: Spain crush Italy 4-0 in 2012 final
BBC Sport looks back at Spain's 4-0 demolition of Italy in the Euro 2012 final to secure their third successive international trophy.
Euro 2016: Hungary 0-4 Belgium highlights
Eden Hazard scores a dazzling solo goal as Belgium defeat Hungary 4-0 to book a Euro 2016 last-eight tie against Wales.

BBC Americas News

West Virginia deadly floods: Obama declares major disaster
President Obama declares a major disaster in the state of West Virginia, where the worst floods in more than a century have left at least 24 people dead.
Keystone XL pipeline: Company to sue over rejection
TransCanada, the company behind the disputed Keystone XL pipeline, has filed a formal request to the US government to claim $15bn in damages over the rejection of the project.
Clashes at white-supremacist rally in Sacramento leave 10 injured
At least 10 people are wounded, two seriously, in clashes between right-wing extremists and counter-protesters in Sacramento, California.
Bill Cunningham, New York Times fashion photographer, dies at 87
Veteran fashion photographer Bill Cunningham, who made his name chronicling trends on the streets of New York, dies aged 87.
Prince's guitar and a lock of Bowie's hair fetch $150,000 at US auction
An electric guitar owned by Prince and a lock of David Bowie's hair sell in the US for a total of more than $150,000 (£110,000).
Full Metal Jacket and Dispatches writer Michael Herr dies
Michael Herr, who co-wrote the Oscar-nominated screenplay for Full Metal Jacket and whose non-fiction novel Dispatches documented the Vietnam War, dies aged 76.
Los Angeles glass slide opens 1,000ft up skyscraper
A glass slide fixed 1,000ft (305m) up on the outside of a skyscraper in Los Angeles opens to the public.
US military 'to lift transgender ban'
The Pentagon will lift its ban on openly transgender service personnel next month, US officials say.
Stonewall to become US gay rights monument - Obama
US President Barack Obama is to designate the first national monument to gay rights at the site of the iconic Stonewall Inn in New York.
US election: Sanders says he will vote for Clinton
US Senator Bernie Sanders says he will vote for his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in November's presidential election.
California wildfire forces hundreds to flee flames
A wildfire forces hundreds to flee their homes in central California, leaving two people dead and destroying at least 80 buildings.
Obama migrant plan fails to pass supreme court
A Supreme Court deadlock over Barack Obama’s plan to shield people living illegally is a major blow to the president and denies access to work permits to millions.
US Democrats end gun control sit-in
US Democrats end their sit-in protest over gun control after more than 24 hours occupying the floor of the House.
Lurking challenges
PJ Crowley considers the future of the "special relationship" between the US and the UK after the British vote to leave the EU.
The heroin vigilante
After a Pennsylvania man was stopped and arrested with a cache of weapons in New York's Holland Tunnel, a complicated story about the ravages of heroin in a small town emerged.
In quotes
A look at some of the UK issues Donald Trump has spoken about as the US billionaire presidential hopeful visits Britain.
Cash crop
The number of businesses in the cannabis industry in the US is growing but the legal grey zone the sector falls into can make finding funding tough.
Wooing the vote
Donald Trump's popularity with white America doesn't guarantee him the White House.
Volkswagen 'to pay $10bn' for US emissions scandal
Volkswagen agrees to pay $10.2bn (£6.9bn) to settle some claims in the US from its emissions cheating scandal, according to reports.
Macy's chief executive Terry Lundgren to step down
US department store giant Macy's announces that its chief executive Terry Lundgren will step down in 2017.

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