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BBC World News

Israel removes flashpoint metal detectors at Jerusalem holy site
But Muslim leaders tell worshippers to still boycott the site, after uproar over the apparatus.
Corsica fires threaten homes in Biguglia
Flames spread across 900 hectares of forest and threatened homes, according to emergency services.
Switzerland chainsaw attack: Manhunt becomes international
A man is still on the run after five people were wounded in the Swiss town of Schaffhausen.
Google SOS Alerts added to search results and maps
Internet giant assembles helpful information about unfolding disasters in its Search and Maps tools.
Trump boy scout Jamboree speech angers parents
Some threaten to pull boys out of the organisation after a highly politicised address.
Microsoft Paint avoids brush with death
The graphics program will remain available on the app store, Microsoft says.
Justin Bieber apologises after cancelling rest of Purpose World Tour
The pop star bows out of the remaining 14 dates because of "unforeseen circumstances".
Alice Cooper finds Warhol artwork after decades rolled up in storage
Alice Cooper had forgotten about the $10m artwork, which was found tucked away with tour equipment.
Pope Francis shuts off Vatican fountains amid Italy drought
The move is in line with Francis's teachings on the environment, Vatican Radio says.
Charlie Gard: 'Last precious moments' for parents with their son
Chris Gard and Connie Yates are distraught after ending their legal battle to treat their baby in the US.
Nigeria has over 50% of the world's out-of-school children
Nigeria's government says the country has 10.5 million out of the world's 20 million children out of school.
Robbers in Donald Trump masks blow up cash machine
Robbers in Italy wear masks with the US president's face, in an apparent nod to the film Point Break.
James Bond 25: New film announced - but where's Daniel Craig?
Producers have announced the release date for the film, but casting remains a mystery.
Jimmy Choo bought by Michael Kors in £896m deal
The luxury shoemaker is snapped up by Michael Kors Holdings, three months after it was put up for sale.
Microsoft Paint: The man who makes art pixel-by-pixel
Pat Hines says he could "just never connect" with more sophisticated programs.
Tokyo 2020 Olympics get song and dance treatment
The organisers of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo find a novel way to drum up support.
Life on ice: How do you go to the toilet?
There's one question the BBC's science editor keeps being asked about life on the ice.
Cartoon alien helps children in Mexico deal with trauma
In Mexico a psychologist has come up with an unusual way of getting children, dealing with trauma, to open up about their experiences.
'Men will be scared' of all-woman police in India
Female officers trained in martial arts patrol the streets of Jaipur to rein in sexual violence.
Stravinsky in South Africa: The composer who defied apartheid
When celebrated Russian-born composer Igor Stravinsky visited South Africa in 1962, he defied racist laws to perform his music to a black audience.

Yahoo World News

On Russia, Congress shows remarkable unity

On Russia, Congress shows remarkable unityThe Russia controversy – one of the most defining issues of Donald Trump’s young presidency – has been cast by the president and his supporters as a political “witch hunt,” even while Democrats are all over the news talk shows raising serious questions. In fact, observers say this Congress is the most hard-line against Moscow in decades, mostly because Russia’s attempts to influence last year’s US elections are too close to home to ignore. “When we feel like we’re threatened, and certainly our elections and our cybersecurity are threatened, we go shoulder-to-shoulder,” Sen. David Perdue (R) of Georgia, one of the president’s closest allies in the Senate, told the Monitor last week.



In Ethiopia, model drought defenses are put to the test

In Ethiopia, model drought defenses are put to the testBattered by drought and civil wars, more than 20 million people from Yemen to Tanzania are at risk of starvation in what aid workers call the largest humanitarian crisis since World War II. But over the past two decades, nations that once produced searing images of famine's toll have moved to thwart it by strengthening community resilience. Our reporters traveled to Madagascar, Ethiopia, and Somaliland to investigate the daunting challenges as well as the long-term efforts that are saving lives. 



How do refugee students make the jump to Germany's universities?

How do refugee students make the jump to Germany's universities?Mohamad Taqi Sohrabi has had to fight for an education his entire life. An Afghan refugee born in Iran, Mr. Sohrabi says it wasn’t easy for him to go to school. Sohrabi was eventually able to study English translation at a university outside Tehran for four semesters, but as an Afghan in Iran, even that was difficult.



BBC Sports News

'I wasn't even up for it' - Peaty breaks 50m breaststroke world record
Adam Peaty slices more than three-tenths of a second off his own 50m breaststroke world record in the heats at the World Aquatics Championships.
Reigning long jump champion Rutherford out of Worlds
Reigning long jump champion Greg Rutherford pulls out of next month's World Championships because of an ankle injury.
Kenedy sent home from Chelsea tour for social media comments
Chelsea send Kenedy home from their pre-season tour following the Brazilian's social media comments before a match in China.
Test Match Special: Pint-Sized TMS' funniest moments
BBC Sport's Pint-Sized Test Match Special looks back at some of the lighter moments over the years.
West Ham sign Mexico striker Hernandez for £16m
West Ham sign former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez from German side Bayer Leverkusen for a fee of £16m.
Adam Peaty: Olympic champion explains his Project 56
Olympic breaststroke champion Adam Peaty explains Project 56, the challenge he set himself to surpass his own Rio 2016 world record.
Peterborough sign ex-Newcastle defender Taylor
League One Peterborough United sign former Newcastle and Ipswich centre-back Steven Taylor on a two-year deal.
£9.7m boost for grassroots racing in 2018
Grassroots racing will receive an extra £9.7m in 2018 under new proposals by the British Horseracing Authority.
World champions... but no new 15-a-side contracts for England's women
The decision not to renew contracts for world champions England's 15-a-side women's team is a backward step, says former international Vicky MacQueen.
'We're not perfect - we've got to stay humble... and win the Ashes'
England head coach Mark Robinson is targeting Ashes glory after his side won the Women's World Cup final against India
Lukaku wants to create Old Trafford legacy
Romelu Lukaku wants to create his own history at Manchester United - and acknowledges he is not the "complete package".
Mendy joins Man City for £52m & becomes world's most expensive defender
Benjamin Mendy completes his £52m transfer to Manchester City from Monaco to become the world's most expensive defender.
Swansea reject Everton's £40m Sigurdsson bid
Swansea City reject a £40m bid from Premier League rivals Everton for Iceland international Gylfi Sigurdsson.
Doyle inspired by former GB captains Ohuruogu & Greene
Eilidh Doyle will draw on memories of Christine Ohuruogu and Dai Greene when she skippers Great Britain's World Championship team.
The Open 2017: Jordan Spieth drinks from Claret Jug
Jordan Spieth celebrates his victory in the 2017 Open at Royal Birkdale by drinking from the Claret Jug.
Oh Carolina! Cassano says his wife 'got it wrong' - and he is retiring
Former Italy forward Antonio Cassano says he has retired - for the second time in two weeks.
Netherlands and Denmark into Euro quarter-finals
The Netherlands and Denmark reach the quarter-finals of Women's Euro 2017 with wins over Belgium and Norway respectively.
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World Aquatics Championships: Adam Peaty retains 100m breaststroke title
Great Britain's Adam Peaty sets a new World Championship record as he successfully defended his men's 100m breaststroke title in Budapest.
World Aquatics Championships: Ben Proud pulls off shock 50m butterfly win
Great Britain's Ben Proud wins the men's 50m butterfly title at the World Championships in Budapest.

BBC Americas News

Trump boy scout Jamboree speech angers parents
Some threaten to pull boys out of the organisation after a highly politicised address.
Trump plea for unity on showdown healthcare vote
The US president calls on Republican senators to back their healthcare bill, on the eve of a vote.
Justin Bieber apologises after cancelling rest of Purpose World Tour
The pop star bows out of the remaining 14 dates because of "unforeseen circumstances".
Alice Cooper finds Warhol artwork after decades rolled up in storage
Alice Cooper had forgotten about the $10m artwork, which was found tucked away with tour equipment.
Jimmy Choo bought by Michael Kors in £896m deal
The luxury shoemaker is snapped up by Michael Kors Holdings, three months after it was put up for sale.
Winston Blackmore and James Oler found guilty of polygamy
The two men are former bishops with the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
HIV-prevention ring a hit with teen girls
A vaginal ring, which cuts HIV infections by 56%, is proving popular with teenage girls, scientists say.
US-Russia probe: Trump son-in-law Kushner denies collusion
Jared Kushner says he had "no improper contacts", as he faces a grilling in the Senate.
Wisconsin company Three Square Market to microchip employees
Three Square Market says 50 employees have already signed up for the $300 (£230) chip.
Michael Phelps loses 'race' to Great White shark
But a computer simulated race between the US swimmer and a shark draws complaints from many viewers.
Richard Dawkins' Berkeley event cancelled for 'Islamophobia'
A California radio station accuses the celebrated biologist of "abusive speech against Islam".
San Antonio truck tragedy: Driver charged
Ten people are now known to have died after dozens were discovered inside James Bradley's trailer.
Democrats' Better Deal bids to grab Trump's populist mantle
The plan is the start of a "new version of the party", said Democratic leader Chuck Schumer.
What made Trump roll his eyes?
The president is not amused during a photo shoot with outgoing White House interns.
Republican blames women senators for 'repugnant' health bill woes
A Republican politician says three female colleagues are responsible for the stalled healthcare plan.
Digital palette
Pat Hines says he could "just never connect" with more sophisticated programs.
'Alternative facts'
A play based on Orwell's 1984 has opened in New York as more political productions respond to the Trump presidency.
Hope and slow change
One of America's poorest majority-white towns has faith the president will make it great again.
Eye of the storm
White House spokesperson Sean Spicer was a beleaguered man - on Saturday Night Live and in real life.
Pardon me?
Some legal experts believe he could, but that would not be the end of his problems.
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