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BBC World News

Thousands more migrants reach Athens
Boats carrying thousands of migrants arrive overnight in mainland Greece, as the EU struggles to cope with an unprecedented influx.
US swoop on secret 'steroids labs'
US federal agents arrest more than 90 people and shut down 16 underground labs making illegal steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs.
China shares slide in volatile trade
Asian markets continue to fall on Wednesday, with Shanghai opening down more than 4% amid worries about China's growth.
Google updates main company logo
Google has made a series of changes to the main logo it uses for its core services.
US police 'shoot man with hands up'
Video footage in Texas appears to show police shooting and killing a man with his hands up, as they respond to a domestic dispute.
Rudd drawn into Clinton email saga
Former Australian prime minster Kevin Rudd wanted a "sympathy call" from Hillary Clinton after he was ousted from the top job, an email reveals.
Yemen detainees 'suffer abuses'
Pro-government militiamen and Houthi rebels have committed serious abuses against detainees in Yemen's second city of Aden, Human Rights Watch says.
Guatemala ends president's immunity
Guatemalan MPs vote to remove President Otto Perez Molina's immunity, clearing the way for him to be prosecuted for alleged corruption.
DR Congo's Ntaganda ICC trial to begin
Congolese rebel leader Bosco Ntaganda is due to go on trial for war crimes at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Sharp rise in El Salvador violence
Gang violence in El Salvador left 907 people dead last month, a level of bloodshed unseen since the civil war of the 1980s, police say.
US clerk defies gay marriage order
A Christian official continues to refuse to issue marriage licences to same-sex couples in Kentucky despite exhausting all of her legal options.
Favourite Agatha Christie book named
And Then There Were None is named the world's favourite Agatha Christie novel in a poll to mark the 125th anniversary of the author's birth.
VIDEO: From Syria to Sweden: A migrant's story
The BBC's James Reynolds follows the trail of a Syrian migrant called Nour, as she travels 2,000 miles through nine countries to fulfil her dream of applying for asylum in Sweden.
VIDEO: US clerk refuses gay marriage licence
A Christian official has refused to issue marriage licences to same-sex couples in Kentucky despite exhausting all of her legal options.
VIDEO: The lawyer whose yacht is his office
As part of the BBC's series on unusual workplaces, we talk to the New York lawyer whose yacht is now his office.
VIDEO: Final four designs for new NZ flag
The four finalists in New Zealand's public competition to design what could be the country's new national flag are revealed.
VIDEO: What a Kanye presidency would look like
What do Kanye West's lyrics tell us about the policy positions he might focus on in a presidential campaign?
VIDEO: Obama buys cinnamon buns for reporters
US President Barack Obama has treated a crowd of people to cinnamon buns during a visit to a coffee shop in Alaska.
VIDEO: Anger as Budapest station shuts
Hundreds of migrants have been protesting outside a major railway station in the Hungarian capital after police sealed off the terminal to stop them travelling through the EU.
VIDEO: Queen's wedding cake for sale
A slice of the Queen and Prince Philip's wedding cake is to be auctioned, nearly 68 years after the couple got married.

Yahoo World News

Migrant chaos at Budapest train station; Germany says EU rules still hold

Migrants face Hungarian police in the main Eastern Railway station in BudapestBy Krisztina Than and Madeline Chambers BUDAPEST/BERLIN (Reuters) - Hundreds of angry migrants demonstrated outside Budapest's Eastern Railway Terminus on Tuesday demanding they be allowed to travel on to Germany, as the biggest ever influx of migrants into the European Union left its asylum policies in tatters. Around 1,000 people waved tickets, clapping, booing and shouting "Germany! Germany!" outside the station. A refugee crisis rivaling the Balkan wars of the 1990s as Europe's worst since World War Two has polarized and confounded the European Union, which has no mechanism to cope with the arrival of hundreds of thousands of poor and desperate people.



Iran nuclear deal backers near votes to protect pact in U.S. Congress

Iranians celebrate on the streets following a nuclear deal with major powers, in TehranBy Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Supporters of the international nuclear agreement with Iran moved within one vote of mustering enough support to protect the deal in the U.S. Congress on Tuesday when two more Democratic senators said they would support the pact. Senators Bob Casey and Chris Coons, known as Iran hard-liners, both said they backed the agreement announced on July 14 between the United States, five other world powers and Tehran. Altogether 31 Senate Democrats and two independents who vote with them now support the deal, a potential legacy foreign policy achievement for Democratic President Barack Obama.



Big guns in east Ukraine fall silent, two more die from wounds in Kiev protests

Ukrainian President Poroshenko greets Austrian diplomat and OSCE Ambassador Sajdik after their meeting in KievSporadic shelling and shooting, which each side has blamed on the other, had ensured a steadily mounting death toll despite the ceasefire called as part of a peace plan worked out in Minsk, Belarus, in February. More than 6,500 people have been killed since a separatist rebellion erupted there in April 2014.



Greece's Syriza party lead shrinks further in election race: poll

Greek former Prime Minister Tsipras speaks during a meeting with members of his Syriza party in AthensBy Angeliki Koutantou ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's Syriza party is on course to win 26 percent of votes in a snap election in September, just one point ahead of the conservative New Democracy party, a poll published by the Pulse for Action 24 television channel said on Tuesday. Former premier Alexis Tsipras of Syriza resigned in August to seek a new mandate for a bailout deal he clinched with the country's international creditors, but Syriza's slipping poll lead suggests the decision could backfire. Tsipras came to power in January promising to end austerity in a country battered by recession and unemployment but eventually accepted stringent conditions for a new 86-billion-euro bailout after months of difficult negotiations with Greece's lenders.



Satellite images confirm major temple destroyed in Syria's Palmyra: U.N

A general view shows the Temple of Bel in the historical city of PalmyraSatellite images have confirmed the destruction of the Temple of Bel, which was one of the best preserved Roman-era sites in the Syrian city of Palmyra, a United Nations agency said, after activists said the hardline Islamic State group had targeted it. A comparison of before and after images shows the damage to the temple at the UNESCO World Heritage site, the Geneva-based United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) said. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group and other activists said on Sunday that Islamic State had destroyed part of the more than 2,000-year-old temple, one of Palmyra's most important monuments.



At least five dead from Monday's chemical plant blast in China: Xinhua
The death toll from an explosion at a chemical plant in China's Shandong province late on Monday has risen to five, state news agency Xinhua reported, as China still seeks answers to a far larger blast in the port city of Tianjin earlier last month. The latest blast happened close to midnight in a county roughly 275 km (170 miles) south of Tianjin, where explosions at a warehouse storing dangerous chemicals devastated an industrial park on Aug. 12 and killed at least 145 people. The explosions have raised questions about safety standards in China, where industrial accidents are all too common following three decades of breakneck economic growth.
Team China takes on country's rumour-driven markets

Investors monitor screens showing stock market movement at a brokerage house in Shanghai in August 2015Chinese authorities have deployed vast sums to try to stabilise slumping share prices, but have to contend with a rumour-driven market and investors like Wang Youfu, whose latest sure thing is a chemical firm that lost $180 million last year. "The Chinese stock market is purely speculation," Wang said, trading on his smartphone from his home in a suburb of Shanghai, China's financial hub. Regularly described as a "casino", the Chinese stock market is a gambling den in which the odds are stacked by the dealer -- the ruling Communist Party.



Europe in new migrant standoff as figures show scale of crisis

Migrants protest at Keleti railway station in Budapest on September 1, 2015, during its evacuation by local policeHundreds of migrants were left stranded outside Budapest's main railway station after being barred from travelling to Germany by police, as new figures highlighted the massive scale of Europe's refugee crisis. Europe is facing the largest movement of people since World War II, which has seen more than 350,000 make the perilous journey across the Mediterranean this year, fresh figures from the International Organization for Migration (IOM) showed. Countries on Europe's eastern borders have also been struggling to cope, and fresh chaos erupted on Tuesday as police cleared and briefly shut Budapest's Keleti station a day after thousands of migrants boarded trains for Germany and Austria.



Top Asian News at 3:30 a.m. GMT
WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States demanded Tuesday that China release a well-known Christian lawyer and religious figures who were detained last month ahead of a meeting with a visiting senior U.S. diplomat. In addition, the U.S. urged China, and other nations, to release female political prisoners. The calls come ahead of a state visit this month to the U.S. by Chinese President Xi Jinping, the upcoming United Nations General Assembly and the 20th anniversary of a 1995 global conference on women that was hosted by Beijing.
Tire deterioration a concern at Pirelli's home Italian GP
With Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes dominating Formula One, the real drama at this weekend's Italian Grand Prix could come from frightening tire deterioration on a Monza circuit that features the highest speeds in the sport.
Hong Kong teen faces trial over pro-democracy protest
HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong teenage student leader Joshua Wong will face trial on charges relating to his role in storming government headquarters nearly a year ago in a protest that sparked monthslong pro-democracy street occupations.
Steady in face of Kyrgios' 'antics,' Murray wins at US Open

Andy Murray, of Britain, reacts after beating Nick Kyrgios, of Australia, during the first round of the U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York, Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)NEW YORK (AP) — Nick Kyrgios does what he wants and says what he wants on a tennis court, seemingly no matter the ramifications, and amid all the near-napping, cursing and racket smashing, he troubled Andy Murray for moments at the U.S. Open.



Federer, Murray win as US Open quit list hits record 10

Roger Federer serves to Leonardo Mayer during their US Open match at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on September 1, 2015Five-time champion Roger Federer and 2012 winner Andy Murray reached the US Open second round as the crushing heat took the number of first-round retirements to a record 10. Second-seeded Federer had little trouble in seeing off Argentina's world number 34 Leonardo Mayer 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 in just 77 minutes on Arthur Ashe Stadium. The 34-year-old Swiss, bidding to become the oldest champion in New York in 45 years, fired 12 aces, 29 winners and broke serve six times.



Tropical Storm Fred moving away from Cape Verde Islands
MIAMI (AP) — Tropical Storm Fred is moving farther away from the Cape Verde Islands and is expected to weaken.
China leads Asian stocks lower on poor factory data

Specialist Thomas Facchine, left, works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015. More signs of weakness in China's economy are sending global stock markets sharply lower. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)HONG KONG (AP) — Asian stocks extended a global market sell-off Wednesday as poor manufacturing data from the world's two biggest economies dampened investor sentiment.



Venezuela says it has secured $5 billion loan from China
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says China has agreed to provide a $5 billion loan to boost oil production.
Chinese boat in Sydney-Hobart yachting race for first time

Yachts are seen competing during the Sydney to Hobart race as they leave Sydney harbour, in December 2014China have entered a yacht with a full Chinese crew into the Sydney to Hobart bluewater classic for the first time, organisers said Wednesday. Serena Cai, who is managing Ark323, said taking part in Australia's top yacht race would be a milestone moment for Chinese sailing. The 12-man crew have been training together since March for the annual race that leaves Sydney on Boxing Day.



Hewitt extends final bow at site of first Slam win

Lleyton Hewitt of Australia returns a shot to Aleksandr Nedovyesov of Kazakhstan during the US Open on September 1, 2015 in New YorkAustralia's Lleyton Hewitt has at least one more match to play on the US Open hardcourts where he became a Grand Slam champion. The 34-year-old wildcard, who will retire after January's Australian Open, advanced to the second round Tuesday at Flushing Meadows with a 6-0, 7-6 (7/2), 1-0 victory when Kazakh rival Aleksandr Nedovyesov retired after receiving right shoulder treatment. Hewitt, who has fallen to 355th in the world rankings, won the 2001 US Open final over Pete Sampras and took the 2002 Wimbledon championship, downing David Nalbandian in the trophy match.



Guatemalan Congress strips president's immunity

A man holds a sign reading: "Out of dignity and respect for the country resign now Otto Perez" as Guatemalans celebrate after Congress voted unanimously to strip the president of his immunity in Guatemala City on September 1, 2015Guatemala's Congress votes to strip embattled President Otto Perez's immunity, clearing the way for him to be prosecuted for allegedly masterminding a multi-million-dollar corruption scheme. Perez, a conservative ex-military man, earned the dubious distinction of becoming the first president to have his immunity revoked in the Central American country's history. After months of unprecedented protests that have swept Guatemala, hundreds of demonstrators outside Congress erupted into jubilant cheers at the news, as passing drivers honked their horns in celebration.



In climate bid, Obama stares down melting Alaska glacier

President Barack Obama takes a boat tour to see the effects of global warming at the Kenai Fjords National Park, Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015, in Seward, Alaska. Obama is on a historic three-day trip to Alaska aimed at showing solidarity with a state often overlooked by Washington, while using its glorious but changing landscape as an urgent call to action on climate change. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)SEWARD, Alaska (AP) — President Barack Obama stared down a melting glacier in Alaska on Tuesday in a dramatic use of his presidential pulpit to sound the alarm on climate change.



BBC Sports News

Murray sees off Kyrgios in US Open
Britain's Andy Murray wins a pulsating night match against Nick Kyrgios to reach the US Open second round in New York.
Man Utd complete £36m Martial deal

Barritt and Parling in for England

Transfer spending at record high
The summer transfer window is the richest ever at £870m, as total spending for the calendar year reaches £1bn for the first time.
What next for Manchester United?
David De Gea's Real Madrid woe and a £36m teenage signing - BBC Sport assesses a frantic transfer window at Old Trafford.
Umpire could be killed, warns Marsh
Australia selector Rod Marsh warns that an umpire could be killed unless the no-ball rule is changed.
Transfer deadline day - confirmed deals
Martial, Van Dijk, Jelavic, Murray and more - track all the signings on deadline day as the transfer window closes.
Wednesday's gossip column
Arsenal refuse to pay £50m for Edinson Cavani, Villa miss out on Adebayor and Berbatov, Walters stuck at Stoke, plus more.
GB's Konta through but Robson out
Britain's Jo Konta beats American Louisa Chirico in the US Open first round but fellow Briton Laura Robson exits.
Berahino unhappy with WBA chairman
West Brom striker Saido Berahino suggests he may never play for the club again after they turn down a fourth bid from Tottenham.
Man Utd deny De Gea collapse blame
Manchester United say they were not at fault for the collapse of goalkeeper David De Gea's move to Real Madrid.
Federer races to first-round win
Second seed Roger Federer races past Argentina's Leonardo Mayer in 77 minutes to reach the second round of the US Open.
Everton bring in Lennon and Mori
Everton sign Tottenham winger Aaron Lennon and defender Ramiro Funes Mori from Argentine club River Plate.
Antonio joins as West Ham sign four
Michail Antonio is West Ham's fourth deadline day signing, joining Nikica Jelavic, Alex Song and Victor Moses at the club.
IAAF defends Beijing drug testing
Over 1,400 drug tests were carried out at the recent World Athletics Championships, says the sport's governing body.
Wiggins to ride Tour of Britain
Sir Bradley Wiggins, the 2013 winner, will lead his own Team Wiggins on their Tour of Britain debut.
Southampton sign Van Dijk for £11.5m
Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk signs a five-year contract at Southampton to complete an £11.5m move from Celtic.
US picks LA as Olympics 2024 bid city
The US Olympic Committee (USOC) names Los Angeles as the US bid city for hosting the 2024 games after Boston drops out.
Scotland select Strauss & omit Cowan
Josh Strauss and John Hardie are named in Scotland's World Cup squad but Blair Cowan and John Barclay miss out.
Whyte and Green held in Rangers probe
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte and ex chief executive Charles Green arrested over alleged fraudulent takeover of the club in 2012

BBC Americas News

US swoop on secret 'steroids labs'
US federal agents arrest more than 90 people and shut down 16 underground labs making illegal steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs.
US police 'shoot man with hands up'
Video footage in Texas appears to show police shooting and killing a man with his hands up, as they respond to a domestic dispute.
US picks LA as Olympics 2024 bid city
The US Olympic Committee (USOC) names Los Angeles as the US bid city for hosting the 2024 games after Boston drops out.
Google updates main company logo
Google has made a series of changes to the main logo it uses for its core services.
US clerk defies gay marriage order
A Christian official continues to refuse to issue marriage licences to same-sex couples in Kentucky despite exhausting all of her legal options.
Canadian economy enters recession
Canada's economy fell into recession in the first half of the year, official figures show, as falling oil prices took their toll.
US murder rate soars in 2015
Murder rates are soaring in many US cities after years of decline, with at least 30 major cities reporting a rise in violence.
Thousands of Clinton emails released
Thousands of pages detailing Hillary Clinton's emails while US secretary of state are released, including many censored after being deemed classified.
Netflix drops thousands of films in US
Streaming service pins future on exclusives and originals as it lets deal with movie distributor lapse, meaning the removal of thousands of titles.
Obama in plea for climate deal
President Obama pushes for a global deal on cutting carbon emissions, saying it is time "to protect the one planet we've got while we still can".
VIDEO: Obama buys cinnamon buns for reporters
US President Barack Obama has treated a crowd of people to cinnamon buns during a visit to a coffee shop in Alaska.
VIDEO: US clerk refuses gay marriage licence
A Christian official has refused to issue marriage licences to same-sex couples in Kentucky despite exhausting all of her legal options.
VIDEO: What a Kanye presidency would look like
What do Kanye West's lyrics tell us about the policy positions he might focus on in a presidential campaign?
VIDEO: Cutting edge cyber security to hunt hackers
As companies around the world re-examine their cyber security following a data breach at the Ashley Madison website, the BBC's James Cook reports from California on the fight against computer hackers.
VIDEO: Baby hippo has pool play day
A five-month-old baby hippopotamus explores San Diego Zoo's pool with her mother as visitors stopped to watch their aquatic play.
VIDEO: Further Hillary Clinton emails released
Another tranche of Hillary Clinton's emails are released as part of an investigation into her use of a home computer server while she was Secretary of State.
VIDEO: Female bikers on the rise
The number of women taking to the road on motorcycles in the US is on the rise, up 30% over the past decade. Meet the members of one female-only bike club in New York
VIDEO: Tropical storm Erika batters Dominica
At least 20 people have died after tropical storm Erika swept across the Caribbean island of Dominica.
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.
Ashley Madison founder steps down
The founder and chief executive of the Ashley Madison extra-marital affair website, Noel Biderman, steps down following data hack.
TODAY'S WEATHER

Current Forecast for Leesburg

M/CLOUDY Wednesday, 2 September 2015
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81°F
73%
NNE at 3 mph
30.08 inches
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