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BBC World News

Testy TV debate in Republican race
Seven Republicans seeking the party's nomination to run for the White House are having a fractious TV debate in New Hampshire.
North Korea fires long-range rocket
North Korea fires a long-range rocket in defiance of international warnings, after announcing it intended to put an earth observation satellite into orbit.
EU calls on Turkey to let in refugees
Officials in the EU urge Turkey to let in tens of thousands of Syrian refugees trapped on its border after fleeing fighting.
Scores trapped in Taiwan quake rubble
A total of 132 people remain trapped under the rubble of an apartment block in the Taiwanese city of Tainan after Saturday's earthquake, officials say.
Somali airliner 'was holed by bomb'
A blast that punched a large hole in the fuselage of a passenger plane at Somalia's Mogadishu airport on Tuesday was caused by a bomb, officials say.
Record crowds flock to Phoenix Open
The largest crowd in golf history watches Phil Mickelson move into contention after the third round of the Phoenix Open.
Vatican abuse critic refuses to quit
An outspoken British member of a Roman Catholic commission on sexual abuse refuses to quit, denouncing his treatment by the Vatican as "outrageous".
Burkina militants free Australian woman
Militants freed an Australian woman kidnapped with her husband last month in Burkina Faso, where they provided health services.
Scotland 9-15 England
Scotland's wait to regain the Calcutta Cup goes on after England open the Eddie Jones era with victory at Murrayfield.
Haiti agrees on transitional government
Politicians in Haiti reach an agreement to install a transitional government hours before President Michel Martelly is due to step down.
Foreign Legion ex-chief held in Calais
A former head of the French Foreign Legion is arrested with about 20 other protesters at a banned anti-Islam rally in the port of Calais.
Syrian president's mother dies aged 86
The mother of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Anisa, has died at the age of 86 in the capital Damascus, his office announces.
VIDEO: At the scene of the Taiwan earthquake
The BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes reports from Tainan, where over 200 people have been rescued from buildings that collapsed after an earthquake
VIDEO: Onlooker films New York crane collapse
A large construction crane has collapsed in lower Manhattan in New York City, killing one person and injuring at least two others.
VIDEO: A taxi ride with a difference
In the run up to the New Hampshire primary, BBC Pop Up is picking up voters to talk about their thoughts on the presidential candidates.
VIDEO: Drone films collapsed quake building
An earthquake has toppled a number of buildings in the south Taiwanese city of Tainan, with rescue teams trying to reach people trapped in rubble.
VIDEO: Exodus amid fierce battle for Syrian city
The number of Syrians trying to cross into Turkey amid an upsurge of fighting in northern Syria has nearly doubled, a Turkish official says.
VIDEO: How much did this Ferrari sell for?
A 1957 Ferrari 335 Sport Scaglietti has become the highest priced car sold in euros.
VIDEO: Bollywood singer performs mid-flight
An Indian airline has suspended five crew members who let a Bollywood star sing over its public address system.
VIDEO: Migrant attacks investigated in France
The BBC has been told French prosecutors are investigating at least half a dozen attacks on migrants who live in the refugee camp known as the Jungle, in Calais.

Yahoo World News

N.Korean rocket puts object into space, angers neighbors & U.S.

Airbus Defense & Space and 38 North satellite image of the Sohae Satellite Launching Station in North KoreaBy Ju-min Park and Shinichi Saoshiro SEOUL/TOKYO (Reuters) - North Korea launched a long-range rocket on Sunday carrying what it has called a satellite, but its neighbors and Washington denounced the launch as a missile test, conducted in defiance of U.N. sanctions and just weeks after a nuclear bomb test. The U.S. Strategic Command said it had detected a missile entering space and South Korea's military said the rocket had put an object into orbit, quashing earlier media reports indicating the rocket might have failed in flight. "Everything we have seen is consistent with a successful repeat of the 2012 (launch)," said U.S. missile technology expert John Schilling, referring to a previous launch of what the North said was a communications satellite.

Man pulled out alive after Taiwan quake, more than 130 people still trapped

Rescue personnel help a child rescued at the site where a 17-storey apartment building collapsed during an earthquake in TainanBy Yimou Lee TAINAN, Taiwan (Reuters) - Rescuers in Taiwan pulled a young man alive from a collapsed apartment tower on Sunday more than 24 hours after a strong earthquake shook the island, and kept searching for more than 130 people believed trapped in the ruins of the building. The 20-year-old was identified by Taiwan media as Huang Kuang-wei.

Syrians flee to Turkish border as Aleppo assault intensifies

Internally displaced Syrians fleeing advancing pro-government Syrian forces wait near the Syrian-Turkish border after they were given permission by the Turkish authorities to enter Turkey, in Khirbet Al-JozBy Mehmet Emin Caliskan, Lisa Barrington and Humeyra Pamuk BAB AL SALAMA, Syria/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Russian and Syrian government forces on Saturday intensified an assault on rebel-held areas around the Syrian city of Aleppo that has prompted tens of thousands to flee to the Turkish border to seek refuge. The assault around Aleppo, which aid workers have said could soon fall to government forces, helped torpedo Syrian peace talks in Geneva this week. Russia's intervention has tipped the balance of the war in favor of President Bashar al-Assad, reversing gains the rebels made last year.

Critic of Vatican refuses to step down from sex abuse commission

Peter Saunders talks during a news conference in RomeBy Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - A prominent and outspoken British member of a papal advisory commission on sexual abuse by the clergy on Saturday refused to step down despite a no-confidence vote, and said only Pope Francis could dismiss him. A statement issued earlier said that "it was decided" at a commission meeting that Peter Saunders would take a leave of absence. Saunders, head of Britain's National Association for People Abused in Childhood, would now "consider how he might best support the commission's work", it said.

Syria warns Saudis against incursion, says will be resisted

Still image taken from video shows Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem speaking during a news conference at the Syrian Foreign Ministry in DamascusBEIRUT (Reuters) - Syria will see any incursion on its territory as an act of aggression, Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem said on Saturday, days after Saudi Arabia announced it was ready to send in ground troops. "Any ground intervention on Syrian land without the agreement of the Syrian government is an act of aggression ... we regret that those (who invade) will return to their countries in coffins," al-Moualem told journalists. (Reporting by Lisa Barrington and Tom Perry)

Australian woman freed after kidnap by al Qaeda in Burkina Faso
An elderly Australian woman kidnapped with her husband in Burkina Faso by a group affiliated to al Qaeda has been freed, neighboring Niger's President Mahamadou Issoufou said on Saturday. Issoufou presented the woman, Jocelyn Elliott, at a news conference in Dosso, southwestern Niger, and said authorities were intensifying efforts to secure the release of her husband. Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb said on Friday it had kidnapped the couple and would release the woman unconditionally due to public pressure and guidance from al Qaeda leaders not to involve women in war.
U.S. Strategic Command tracks North Korean missile launch into space
U.S. Strategic Command said on Saturday its systems had detected and tracked what it believed to be a North Korean missile launch into space. "NORAD determined that at no time was the missile a threat to North America," the statement said, referring to the North American Aerospace Defense Command.
North Korea rocket appears to put object into orbit: Yonhap
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea's long-range rocket launched on Sunday appears to have put an object into space orbit, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported, quoting a South Korean military official. South Korea's defense ministry could not immediately confirm the report but said it was tracking the flight path of the rocket to determine whether the launch was a success. (Reporting by Jack Kim; Editing by Robert Birsel)
U.S. to work with UN to hold North Korea ‘to account’ for rocket: Kerry
The United States will work with the United Nations Security Council on "significant measures" to hold North Korea to account for its launching of a rocket, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Saturday. Calling the launch “a flagrant violation” of UN resolutions on the country’s use of ballistic missile technology, Kerry in a statement reaffirmed the “ironclad” U.S. defense commitments to Japan and South Korea and called the launch a “destabilizing and unacceptable challenge” to peace and security.
South Korea's Park says North Korea's rocket 'unforgivable', urges U.N. sanctions
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean President Park Geun-hye said North Korea's long-range rocket launch on Sunday was "an unforgivable act of provocation" and called on the U.N. Security Council to swiftly adopt strong sanctions. Park said the North was trying to make advances in its missile capability only to sustain its regime. (Reporting by Jack Kim; Editing by Robert Birsel)
North Korea says to make special announcement after rocket launch
North Korea' state television said on Sunday it would make a special announcement at noon (10.30 p.m. ET), after South Korea said the North had launched a long-range rocket. North Korea, which says its rocket program is aimed at launching satellites, fired the rocket from its missile base on the west coast on Sunday in defiance of U.N. sanctions barring it from using ballistic missile technology.
Thatcher would have backed UK staying in EU: advisor

Lord Charles Powell said former prime minister Margaret Thatcher (pictured) would have backed David Cameron's new deal with the European UnionFormer prime minister Margaret Thatcher would have supported David Cameron's draft renegotiation of Britain's EU terms of membership, her closest advisor said Sunday. Lord Charles Powell said Thatcher, whose fevered hostility to Brussels in the latter part of her premiership led to her downfall in 1990, would have backed Cameron's new deal with the European Union. Writing in The Sunday Times newspaper, Powell said Thatcher might have "raged more mightily" at Brussels than Cameron, the current Conservative leader and prime minister.

Top Asian News 3:15 a.m. GMT
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea on Sunday defied international warnings and launched a long-range rocket that the United Nations and others call a cover for a banned test of technology for a missile that could strike the U.S. mainland. The rocket was fired from North Korea's west coast and tracked separately by the United States, Japan and South Korea. At an emergency national security council meeting in Seoul, the country's president called the firing an "intolerable provocation." North Korea calls its launches part of a peaceful space program and said its state media would soon make a "special announcement."
North Korea fires rocket seen as covert missile test

An unidentified object is photographed in the sky from Dandong, China, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016. North Korea on Sunday defied international warnings and launched a long-range rocket that the United Nations and others call a cover for a banned test of technology for a missile that could strike the U.S. mainland. (Minoru Iwasaki/Kyodo News via AP) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDITSEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea on Sunday defied international warnings and launched a long-range rocket that the United Nations and others call a cover for a banned test of technology for a missile that could strike the U.S. mainland.

The Latest: US presidential candidates speak on N. Korea

The Latest: US presidential candidates speak on N. KoreaThe Latest on North Korea's launch of a long-range rocket (all times local): 12:05 p.m. Republican presidential candidates in the U.S. are speaking up about North Korea's rocket launch on Sunday. Asked ...

U.S. vows to defend itself and allies after North Korean rocket launch
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States vowed on Saturday to take all necessary actions to defend itself and its allies following a North Korean rocket launch, and called on the international community to show Pyongyang that its "reckless actions must have serious consequences." "North Korea's launch using ballistic missile technology ... represents yet another destabilizing and provocative action and is a flagrant violation of multiple United Nations Security Council resolutions," U.S. National Security Advisor Susan Rice said in a statement. ...
N. Korea launches space rocket in defiance of sanctions threats

People watch a news report on North Korea's planned rocket launch as the TV shows file footage of North Korea's Unha-3 rocket which launched in 2012, at a railway station in Seoul on February 3, 2016North Korea launched a long-range rocket on Sunday, violating UN resolutions and doubling down against an international community already struggling to punish Pyongyang for a nuclear test last month. Pyongyang insists its space programme is purely scientific, but most of the world views its rocket launches as disguised ballistic missile tests aimed at developing a weapons delivery system capable of striking the US mainland. There was no immediate confirmation that the final stage of the satellite-bearing rocket had successfully achieved orbit, and an unconfirmed report from South Korea's Yonhap news agency suggested the second stage may have malfunctioned.

Trump fights, Rubio on the skids in Republican debate

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks after finishing second in the Iowa Caucus, in West Des Moines, Iowa on February 1, 2016A confident Donald Trump locked horns with his Republican rivals in the final US presidential debate before Tuesday's New Hampshire primary, as a surging Marco Rubio wilted under sustained attack. The billionaire butted heads with Bush, whose dreams of following his father and brother into the White House hinge on New Hampshire, over the government's power to take private property for public use. Bush, whose mother has fondly chastised him for being too polite in the race for the White House, laid into Trump for allegedly trying to take the property of an elderly woman in Atlantic City.

Williams, Stephens give US 2-0 Fed Cup lead over Poland
KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii (AP) — Venus Williams beat Paula Kania 7-5, 6-2, and Sloane Stephens beat Magda Linette, 6-2 6-4 on Saturday to give the U.S. a 2-0 lead over Poland after the opening day of their Fed Cup first round.
Rescuers race to save over 100 buried after Taiwan quake

Rescue workers use a crane to transport a survivor found in the rubble at the Wei-kuan apartment complex on the second day of rescue operations following a 6.4 magnitude earthquake that struck Tainan on February 7, 2016Rescuers raced against time Sunday to free more than 100 people still buried beneath the rubble of apartment blocks felled by a powerful earthquake in southern Taiwan that left 18 dead. The death toll is rising as emergency workers dig to find survivors of the 6.4-magnitude quake that toppled the 16-storey apartment complex containing almost 100 homes in the city of Tainan on Saturday. "Of the 132 people desperately waiting for rescue, 103 people are buried very deep, there's no way to get to them direct, it's very difficult," said Tainan mayor William Lai early Sunday.

BBC Sports News

Jones was convinced of England win
England head coach Eddie Jones says he fully expected his side's victory over Scotland in their Six Nations opener.
Can Leicester handle title pressure?

Five things we already knew

Is Mourinho the answer for Man Utd?
After Jose Mourinho's representatives hold talks with Manchester United, Phil McNulty looks into whether he is the right man for the job.
Wales expect Irish aerial barrage
Wales expect to be tested by high-ball tactics in windy conditions in their Six Nations opener against Ireland, says defence coach Shaun Edwards.
England women ready for in-form SA
England's women return to action for the first time since August when their one-day series against South Africa begins on Sunday.
Ranieri dismisses 'favourites' tag
Claudio Ranieri dismisses the suggestion Leicester are title favourites after their victory at Manchester City.
Record crowds flock to Phoenix Open
The largest crowd in golf history watches Phil Mickelson move into contention after the third round of the Phoenix Open.
Spurs starting to believe - Pochettino
Tottenham's players are starting to believe they can win the Premier League title this season, says manager Mauricio Pochettino.
England beat SA for 2-0 series lead
Alex Hales hits 99 as England go 2-0 up in ODI series against South Africa with a five-wicket victory at Port Elizabeth.
Scotland 9-15 England
Scotland's wait to regain the Calcutta Cup goes on after England open the Eddie Jones era with victory at Murrayfield.
Liverpool fans in walkout protest
Several thousand Liverpool fans walk out of Saturday's league match with Sunderland at Anfield in protest at rising ticket prices.
France 23-21 Italy
France edge to an unconvincing win over Italy to make a successful start to their Six Nations campaign.
More to come from Scotland - Cotter
Scotland coach Vern Cotter insists his side 'can do better' as he laments a lack of accuracy against England.
St Johnstone 3-4 Aberdeen
Adam Rooney's double helps Aberdeen draw level with Celtic at the top of the table by overpowering St Johnstone.
Thunder and Mavericks in fine form
Manchester Thunder and Hertfordshire Mavericks make it two wins from two in the 2016 Superleague season.
Ireland Women 21-3 Wales Women
Ireland open their Women's Six Nations defence with a confident and dominant victory over Wales at Donnybrook.
South Sudan backs Infantino Fifa bid
South Sudan will ignore the directive of the African confederation by supporting Gianni Infantino's bid to be Fifa president.
Ireland v Wales (Sun)
Team news, preview and statistics for Saturday's Six Nations match between Ireland and Wales at the Aviva Stadium.
GB's Christie wins World Cup gold
Elise Christie breaks South Korean dominance to win World Cup gold in the short track 1500m in Dresden.

BBC Americas News

Pentagon releases prisoner abuse photos
The Pentagon releases nearly 200 photographs linked to allegations of abuse by the US military in Iraq and Afghanistan over a decade ago.
Sixth man on Moon Edgar Mitchell dies
US astronaut Edgar Mitchell, who was the sixth man to walk on the Moon and had an "epiphany" in space, dies at the age of 85.
Twitter shuts 125,000 'terror' accounts
Twitter has suspended more than 125,000 accounts since mid-2015 "for threatening or promoting terrorist acts", the social media company says.
LA mayor's slow jam about road closure
The mayor of Los Angeles comes up with novel way of warning residents about a major traffic closure: singing a slow jam.
Massive crane collapses in New York
A large construction crane has collapsed in lower Manhattan in New York City, killing one person and injuring at least two others.
Security ramped up for Super Bowl 50
Security is tight as Santa Clara prepares to host the Super Bowl on Sunday, and protests continue over the plight of homeless residents in nearby San Francisco.
Clinton and Sanders clash one-on-one
Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders clash sharply over Wall Street and foreign policy in their first head-to-head TV debate.
LeBlanc 'amazed' by Top Gear reaction
Former Friends star Matt LeBlanc says he "can’t believe the response" to news he will co-host the new series of Top Gear, when the BBC show returns in May.
US economy adds 151,000 jobs in January
The US economy added 151,000 jobs in January, helping to push the country's unemployment rate down to 4.9%, official figures show.
Earth, Wind & Fire founder White dies
Maurice White, founder of US soul band Earth, Wind & Fire, has died aged 74, his brother says.
VIDEO: Rubio and Christie clash in TV debate
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie attacks Senator Marco Rubio in the latest TV debate among Republican candidates running for US president.
VIDEO: A taxi ride with a difference
In the run up to the New Hampshire primary, BBC Pop Up is picking up voters to talk about their thoughts on the presidential candidates.
VIDEO: President Obama visits Baltimore mosque
President Obama makes his first trip to an American mosque since taking office.
VIDEO: Escaped NY prisoner 'sorry for causing fear'
David Sweat, who escaped from a New York prison in 2015, sparking a three-week manhunt, appears in court.
VIDEO: What's Marco Rubio's story?
The BBC's Emily Maitlis travels to Marco Rubio's hometown in Miami to find out more about about the Republican rising star.
VIDEO: Meet Phil the psychic groundhog
Thousands of people in the Pennsylvanian town of Punxsutawney have been celebrating Groundhog Day, alongside a groundhog who predicts when winter will end.
VIDEO: Find Bernie! On a candidate crawl in Iowa
The BBC's Rajini Vaidyanathan hits the campaign trail in Iowa to see how many candidates she could see in a day.
VIDEO: The Sikh man who stood up to Trump
After unfurling a sign protesting against Donald Trump, Sikh-American Arish Singh was removed from a rally. He tells the BBC what happened
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.
Shkreli mocks Congress amid inquiry
Former head of Turing Pharmaceuticals refuses to answer questions at a congressional hearing focused on the company's drug pricing policy.

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CLEAR Saturday, 6 February 2016
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