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BBC World News

Barcelona attack: New manhunt for suspected driver
The focus switches to Younes Abouyaaqoub, who Spanish media say may be the Las Ramblas attacker.
Steve Bannon vows to 'go to war' for Trump agenda after sacking
The fired Trump strategist pledges to fight for the agenda that he says won the US presidency.
Finland killings: Stabbings in Turku a 'terror attack'
The man taken into custody after two people were stabbed to death is an 18-year-old Moroccan.
Woman raped by Roman Polanski asks for 'mercy' to end case
A Los Angeles court rejects a plea by a woman raped by the director to dismiss the 40-year-old case.
Lele Tao: The 'online goddess' who earns $450k a year
24-year-old live streamer Lele Tao has one million fans, mostly young men. The first of a three-part series.
Liu Xiabo's widow Liu Xia makes first appearance since funeral
Liu Xia, the widow of China's most prominent critic Liu Xiabo, had not been seen since his funeral.
Russia knife attacker wounds seven in Surgut
The man stabbed people apparently at random in the city of Surgut before being killed by police.
Boston braces for rival protests week after Charlottesville
Police are reportedly investigating claims some radical counter-protesters might plan to throw acid.
Disputed Venezuela assembly takes parliament's powers
The move comes as government critic and ex-chief prosecutor Luisa Ortega flees to Colombia.
Big Ben's Ayrton Light to be switched off
The Ayrton Light was installed in 1885 and was last turned off during World War Two.
Metal detectorist finds rare 6th Century coin pendant
The metal detectorist said he had made some finds which were of archaeological interest but this one was "bling".
Taylor Swift's social media pages and website are currently showing a Blank Space
The American star's social media posts have been deleted, while her website is only showing a black screen.
Congo mudslide death toll 'to rise to 200'
Households were buried after heavy rains caused parts of a nearby mountain to collapse.
Meet the eclipse chaser who's travelled the world hunting shadows
Astronomer Glenn Schneider has spent his life chasing solar eclipses around the world and has been in the path of totality 33 times.
The photo that highlights White House turmoil
In less than seven months, President Donald Trump's White House inner circle has transformed.
Struggling after giving birth? You're not alone
These mums had traumatic births, and they want more to see more honesty about the toll it can take.
Silk Road: Google search unmasked Dread Pirate Roberts
The man who beat the FBI to identify the mastermind of global online drugs market Silk Road.
Week in pictures: 12 - 18 August 2017
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
Baghdad's Little Manchester
Old Trafford's footballing giants help Iraqis escape the uncertainty and violence of everyday life.
Mexican muralists transform violent neighbourhoods
Graffiti artists turn a violent hillside neighbourhood in Pachuca into a colourful work of art.

Yahoo World News

Avoid force with North Korea, Invest in research in Africa, Bermuda parties' different campaigns, An ally's help for Taiwan, More vegetables for everyone

Avoid force with North Korea, Invest in research in Africa, Bermuda parties' different campaigns, An ally's help for Taiwan, More vegetables for everyone“[T]he UN Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution imposing additional sanctions on North Korea, after Pyongyang carried out two intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) tests...,” states an editorial. “US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley insisted that the resort to force against North Korea is not off the table yet, at least in theory.



Readers write: Prioritizing options, difference-makers

Readers write: Prioritizing options, difference-makersRobert Klose’s July 3 Home Forum essay, “We waited, and it was worth it,” rightfully pointed out that people have lost the pleasure of anticipation because so much is instantaneously available. Since almost everything can be done right now, we must be constantly prioritizing our options.



In cities that vote blue, no immunity from racism

In cities that vote blue, no immunity from racismAs she has watched white leftists engage in street battles with white nationalists on Portland’s waterfront, Debi Smith has been struck with a sense of gratitude for those willing to fight, in a sense, for her. After all, Ms. Smith has also watched black people, by both choice and force of circumstances, leaving the City of Roses, their numbers declining since 2010. Progressive to its core, Portland is also America’s whitest big city – in part the troubling legacy of Oregon’s founding goal in the 19th century of creating a white utopia through exclusionary laws.



BBC Sports News

Philippe Coutinho: Liverpool refusing to sell is damaging - Jermaine Jenas
Liverpool's refusal to sell Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona is like "cutting off your nose to spite your own face", says Jermaine Jenas.
Who can stop 'fresh' Froome from winning 'vicious' Vuelta?
Chris Froome starts the Vuelta a Espana as favourite but who are the riders out to stop him becoming the first British winner of the race?
Solheim Cup 2017: United States lead Europe 5½ - 2½ after afternoon clean sweep
The United States produced a clean sweep of matches in the afternoon to lead Europe 5½ - 2½ after the opening day at the Solheim Cup in Iowa.
Premier League predictions: Ian Wright on Guardiola and Man City
Match of the Day's Ian Wright reveals his tips for the Premier League title, who will win the golden boot, and the summer's best signing so far.
Don Shepherd: Glamorgan's record wicket-taker dies aged 90
A look at the life of Glamorgan spin-bowling great Don Shepherd who has died at the age of 90.
Konta & Nadal lose Cincinnati quarter-finals
Britain's Johanna Konta is knocked out of the Cincinnati Open after losing 6-4 7-6 (7-1) to Simona Halep, as Nick Kyrgios beats Rafael Nadal.
Watch: Conte in hysterics over Costa's claim he has been 'treated like a criminal'
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte sees the funny side when asked about wantaway striker Diego Costa saying he has been treated like a 'criminal'.
Manchester United Fan Club in Iraq - more than football
BBC Persia's Nafiseh Kohnavard visits the official Manchester United Fan Club in Baghdad, football is used as an escape from violence.
Lloyd Wallace: British aerial skier 'comfortable' after crash
British aerial skier Lloyd Wallace is "conscious and comfortable" after suffering a "severe" head injury in a training crash in Switzerland.
Cook hits 243 as England take control - report & highlights
Alastair Cook churns out 243 as England tighten their grip on West Indies on day two of the day-night Test at Edgbaston.
T20 Blast: Leicestershire, Birmingham, Derbyshire, Surrey and Somerset qualify
Leicestershire beat Notts by two runs, while Somerset climb from seventh to fourth to reach the T20 Blast quarter-finals.
Leeds on course for home semi-final after St Helens win
Leeds Rhinos see off the iconic South Stand with an error-strewn win over Super League play-off rivals St Helens.
World number 543 Armour shoots nine under to share Wyndham lead
World number 543 Ryan Armour shoots a nine-under par 61 to take share of the lead after the second round of the Wyndham Championship.
Lewandowski scores penalty awarded by video technology in Bayern win
Bayern Munich benefit from a historic video replay decision as they open the Bundesliga season with a win over Bayer Leverkusen.
Personalise your BBC Sport app and sign up for notifications
With latest scores and headlines sent straight to your device, personalisation and much more, ensure you have a great sporting life with BBC Sport.
Pint-sized TMS: England take control against West Indies thanks to 243 from Alastair Cook
Alastair Cook finishes on 243 as England tighten their grip on the West Indies on a rain-affected second day of the first day-night Test at Edgbaston.
Pat Nevin analysis: Can goalkeepers be trusted as playmakers?
BBC football analyst Pat Nevin asks whether most goalkeepers are technically strong enough to play the ball out from defence, or whether such tactics are risky?
Thierry Henry is my all-time hero - actor Poulter
Actor and life-long Arsenal fan, Will Poulter is Mark Lawrenson's opponent for this week's Premier League predictions.
Alastair Cook out for 243 as England declare against West Indies
Alastair Cook is lbw for 243, prompting England's declaration on 514-8 on day two of the first Test against West Indies at Edgbaston.
'I want to forget about Mo'
Mo Farah says he wants to "forget about Mo" when he ends his track career in Birmingham this weekend, and have a fresh start as a road runner.

BBC Americas News

Steve Bannon vows to 'go to war' for Trump agenda after sacking
The fired Trump strategist pledges to fight for the agenda that he says won the US presidency.
Boston braces for rival protests week after Charlottesville
Police are reportedly investigating claims some radical counter-protesters might plan to throw acid.
Barcelona and Cambrils: American honeymooner Jared Tucker killed in attack
A California teacher says her husband went to the bathroom just before the attack and did not return.
Charlottesville victim's mum rebukes Trump
Susan Bro has "no interest" in speaking to Mr Trump after his remarks on the Virginia clashes.
US to review China intellectual property policies
China has voiced "serious concern" over the investigation, which could result in US trade sanctions.
Canadian dies days after 'huge' UK crash
The 45-year-old had been taken to hospital with multiple life-threatening injuries.
Total solar eclipse: Meet Sharon and Billy Hahs
Now Sharon and Billy Hahs are preparing for one in their own backyard.
Taylor Swift's social media pages and website are currently showing a Blank Space
The American star's social media posts have been deleted, while her website is only showing a black screen.
Lawmaker deletes Trump assassination post
The Missouri state senator said on Facebook she hoped the US president would be assassinated.
USS Fitzgerald: US Navy to discipline dozen sailors
The destroyer was damaged in a collision off Japan in June, in which seven sailors were killed.
Google's stance on neo-Nazis 'dangerous', says EFF
A digital rights group criticises action taken by Google, GoDaddy and Cloudflare against the Daily Stormer.
Why the fuss over Confederate statues?
Monuments to the failed Confederacy were mostly erected many decades after the US Civil War.
Bonnie Tyler to perform Total Eclipse during total eclipse
The singer's next performance also involves a cruise ship and one of the Jonas Brothers.
Fans honour Elvis 40 years after death
Elvis lives on in the memories of fans who paid tribute at his Graceland home in Memphis.
Chop and change
In less than seven months, President Donald Trump's White House inner circle has transformed.
Graven images
Trump's argument that the removal of Confederate statues is a slippery slope to changing history has recharged the perennial debate about America's tormented racial legacy.
Umbraphilia
Astronomer Glenn Schneider has spent his life chasing solar eclipses around the world and has been in the path of totality 33 times.
The eyes have it
A few tips on the rare cosmic event, which last stretched across the US coast to coast 99 years ago.
Swastika avenue
Page Blaswell couldn't believe her eyes when she drove past a home flying a Nazi flag in North Carolina.
‘Guinea pigs'
The Tennessee county started offering time off inmate sentences in exchange for birth control
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