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BBC World News

Yemen conflict: A million more children face famine, NGO warns
"In one hospital I visited, the babies were too weak to cry," says the head of Save the Children.
Brexit: EU 'ready to improve' Irish border proposal
Michel Barnier says he wants to "de-dramatise" the issue and respect the UK's territorial integrity.
Chemnitz unrest: German top spy Maassen forced out
Germany's domestic intelligence chief is moved to another post amid a row over far-right violence.
Sesame Workshop says Bert and Ernie are 'best friends' and not gay
A writer says he sees the puppet pair as a gay couple, but Sesame Workshop calls them "best friends".
US surgeon and girlfriend suspected of multiple drug rapes
Police seize thousands of videos of possible victims from the "clean-cut" doctor and his partner.
The satellite that can clean up space rubbish from Earth's orbit
It's part of a plan to clean up the millions of pieces of rubbish floating in Earth's orbit.
ICC opens Myanmar Rohingya crimes probe
It will examine alleged crimes against the group, including "killing, sexual violence and looting".
Facebook job ads 'discriminated by gender'
Women in three US states were allegedly not shown job ads for certain "male-dominated professions".
Are wasps the bees knees? Scientists think they should be
People dislike wasps but love bees despite both species providing similar ecological benefits says a new study.
Russian aircrew deaths: Putin and Netanyahu defuse tension
Fifteen personnel died when an aircraft was downed by Syrian fire after Israel launched an air raid.
Celia Barquín: European golf champion murdered in Iowa
A man is charged with murder after Spanish golfer Celia Barquín is found dead on an Iowa golf course.
Walmart to stop selling clothing with Soviet symbols, Lithuania says
The US retail giant had received complaints about the clothing from Lithuania.
Saad Lamjarred: France detains Moroccan star over rape charge
Prosecutors appealed against the bail set for popular singer Saad Lamjarred, who is charged with rape.
Storm Florence: Residents warned 'not to return home'
North Carolina's governor said flooding continues in parts of the state and urged residents to stay put.
Madrid Ritz: One dead and 11 hurt in scaffolding collapse
Authorities say part of the hotel's sixth floor fell down during the building's renovation.
Returning to Idlib - One Syrian's story
Muaz is risking his life back home in Idlib after returning to the city destroyed by war.
Brexit: Will champagne have to be called something else?
The BBC's Adam Fleming asks whether well-known brands might have to change their names after Brexit.
The US war that never officially ended
As the leaders of North and South Korea meet, one issue on the table is the never-ending war with the US.
‘I can fix a top Algerian football match for $68,000’
Whistle-blowers tell the BBC how bribery impacts on all levels of football in Algeria.
The heartbreaking photo that raised $43,000 in one day
Indians were moved by the photo of the son of a sewer worker grieving next to his father's body.

Yahoo World News

In trial for eco-activist's murder, push for a full picture of justice

In trial for eco-activist's murder, push for a full picture of justiceThe long-awaited criminal trial for the murder of environmental activist Berta Cáceres sputtered to a halt before it could begin this week, underscoring the prevalence of violence against environmental defenders and widespread impunity across Latin America. Here in one of the world’s most dangerous places for environmental defenders, their murders rarely result in anyone being held accountable, observers say. The appeals could delay the case for days – or possibly months – but Cáceres’ family say it is the only way to ensure true justice for the victim and her accused killers.



What has changed since Anita Hill? Female senators who were there weigh in

What has changed since Anita Hill? Female senators who were there weigh inOn a weekend in October of 1991, more than 20 million American households watched as Anita Hill testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee that Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas had sexually harassed her. In her testimony, Ms. Hill, a law professor, described numerous instances of Mr. Thomas using inappropriate sexual language and making unwanted overtures when she worked for him at the Department of Education and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in the 1980s. Thomas denied any wrongdoing and famously described the proceedings as a “high-tech lynching.” In the end, the Senate voted 52-48 to confirm him.



With nowhere to run, Idlib residents reach for life, but prepare to fight

With nowhere to run, Idlib residents reach for life, but prepare to fightThe sight of his three-year-old twins pains Ibrahim, but he thanks God they are both alive.



BBC Sports News

Firmino strike helps Liverpool win five-goal thriller with PSG
Roberto Firmino's injury-time winner gives Liverpool a dramatic victory over Paris St-Germain in their opening Champions League Group C game at Anfield.
Inter Milan stun Spurs with two late goals
Late goals from Mauro Icardi and Matias Vecino stun Tottenham as Inter Milan celebrate their return to the Champions League with a dramatic win at the San Siro.
European amateur golf champion murdered in US
A man is charged with murder after Spanish golfer Celia Barquín is found dead on an Iowa golf course.
Stokes and Hales charged by ECB with bringing game into disrepute
Ben Stokes and Alex Hales are charged with bringing the game into disrepute by the ECB following an incident outside a Bristol nightclub.
Barcelona 4-0 PSV Eindhoven: Lionel Messi scores hat-trick in Champions League win
Lionel Messi scores a hat-trick as Barcelona thrash Dutch champions PSV Eindhoven in their opening Champions League game.
World champion Saunders charged with misconduct over 'sickening' social media video
British world champion Billy Joe Saunders is charged with misconduct by the British Boxing Board of Control over a social media video described as "sickening".
Wolves' dressing room is Premier League ready
Wolves' home dressing room at Molineux has a makeover after their return to the Premier League.
Toronto Wolfpack forward Bussey gets eight-game ban for biting
Toronto Wolfpack forward Jack Bussey is banned for eight games after pleading guilty to a Grade F biting charge.
British rider Wells wins World Para-dressage gold
Britain's Sophie Wells wins individual Para-dressage gold at the World Equestrian Games in North Carolina.
NFL: Chicago Bears defence dominates Russell Wilson's Seattle Seahawks
The Chicago Bears defence puts in a dominant performance to overwhelm Russell Wilson's Seattle Seahawks and secure their first win of the season in a 24-17 victory on Monday night.
'I can't please everyone anymore' - Joshua won't let critics 'drain' him
Unified world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua says he will not be "drained" by criticism and has called on the public to support him as a "person" rather than a boxer.
England's Burgess 'happy for truth to be found' over 'sexting' claims
England international Sam Burgess is "happy for the truth to be found" following allegations his social media account was used to send lewd pictures to a woman in May.
Ex-All Blacks, Wasps & Sale head coach Mitchell handed England defence role
Former All Blacks, Wasps and Sale head coach John Mitchell is appointed as England's new defence coach.
Bolton's ex-Liverpool defender Darby retires after motor neurone disease diagnosis
Bolton defender Stephen Darby retires from football, aged 29, after being diagnosed with motor neurone disease.
Wada vice-president Linda Helleland to oppose lifting Russia doping suspension
World Anti-Doping Agency vice-president Linda Helleland says she will vote against lifting the suspension of Russia's anti-doping agency this week.
Umpire Mohamed Lahyani banned for Nick Kyrgios pep-talk
Umpire Mohamed Lahyani has been suspended from his next two tournaments for encouraging Nick Kyrgios on court during the US Open.
Dimitri Coutya: Briton wins wheelchair fencing bronze at European Championships
Britain's Dimitri Coutya wins wheelchair fencing bronze at the European Championships in Terni, Italy.
Norifumi "Kid" Yamamoto: Former Japanese UFC fighter dies aged 41 of cancer
Former Japanese UFC fighter Norifumi "Kid" Yamamoto dies aged 41, after being diagnosed with cancer in August.
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With latest scores and headlines sent straight to your device, personalisation and much more, ensure you have a great sporting life with BBC Sport.
Mauricio Pochettino: Tottenham manager's surprising cow analogy
BBC Sport explains Mauricio Pochettino's surprising Champions League "cow" analogy.

BBC Americas News

US surgeon and girlfriend suspected of multiple drug rapes
Police seize thousands of videos of possible victims from the "clean-cut" doctor and his partner.
China hits back at Trump with tariffs on $60bn of US goods
The measures come after the US imposed tariffs on $200bn of Chinese imports.
Sesame Workshop says Bert and Ernie are 'best friends' and not gay
A writer says he sees the puppet pair as a gay couple, but Sesame Workshop calls them "best friends".
Celia Barquín: European golf champion murdered in Iowa
A man is charged with murder after Spanish golfer Celia Barquín is found dead on an Iowa golf course.
Facebook job ads 'discriminated by gender'
Women in three US states were allegedly not shown job ads for certain "male-dominated professions".
SeaWorld and ex-boss to pay $5m to settle fraud claim
The marine park misled investors over the impact of the documentary Blackfish, the US regulator says.
Storm Florence: Residents warned 'not to return home'
North Carolina's governor said flooding continues in parts of the state and urged residents to stay put.
Regret over shaming homeless man filmed shaving on train
A viral video of a man shaving on the train has got people questioning if we should be so quick to shame people online
McDonald's workers strike over sexual harassment policy
American employees call on the fast food giant to do more to tackle workplace sexual harassment.
US slashes number of refugees to 30,000
It is the lowest figure since after the 9/11 attacks when 27,000 refugees were let into the US.
US border agent Juan David Ortiz 'confesses to murders'
Juan David Ortiz says that he killed four women and assaulted a fifth, police records say.
Boy dresses like Black Panther hero 'to feel like himself'
Stephanie Hardy's son is picked on at school for his size but his confidence was boosted at a Comic Expo event.
First-date peach tree bears fruit for son
Rhys O'Neill's promise to his girlfriend stood the test of time - as their son discovered.
The US war that never officially ended
As the leaders of North and South Korea meet, one issue on the table is the never-ending war with the US.
Why do billionaires want to own the news?
Salesforce founder's purchase of Time magazine is the latest example of moguls buying news outlets.
Wilmington: A community cut off after 'terrifying' storm
The city of Wilmington for a while became an island encircled by deluge of Florence.
Last call for Nevada’s brothels?
Brothels have been legal in Nevada since 1971 - but could they face the axe?
Emmy Awards 2018: Thandie Newton and Claire Foy among British winners
Thandie Newton, Charlie Brooker and Claire Foy are among the winners at the 70th annual Primetime Emmys.
The Bezos backlash: Is 'big philanthropy' a charade?
The Amazon founder has pledged to donate $2bn, but critics say he should pay Amazon workers more instead.
The 'Scotch-Irish' influence on US democracy
The significance of one culture on the creation of the American political system.
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