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BBC World News

US election: Bill Clinton backs 'best friend' Hillary to lead US
Former US president Bill Clinton argues why his wife and "best friend" Hillary should lead the nation, in a very personal speech at the Democratic convention.
French church attack: 'Priest killer' was being monitored
The suspected killer of a priest in a French church was being monitored by police and wearing a tag at the time of the attack, prosecutors say.
Rousseff will not attend Olympic ceremony in Rio de Janeiro
The suspended Brazilian President, Dilma Rousseff, says she will not attend the opening ceremony of the Rio Olympics.
Apple sees iPhone sales drop again but beats forecasts
Apple reports a second consecutive quarter of falling iPhone sales, but the 15% drop was not as bad as analysts had feared.
Australian teen abused in detention speaks out
The Australian teenager who has become the face of a juvenile detention scandal has apologised for his actions.
Doping scandals reduce interest in Olympics, says BBC survey
Doping scandals have reduced public interest in the Olympics, according to a poll for the BBC World Service.
HK journalists jailed in China for 'illegal business'
Two journalists who worked on political magazines in Hong Kong are jailed in mainland China for running an illegal business.
Germany must address fears after attacks, says Bavaria governor
The governor of Bavaria urges the German government to address public concerns about security and immigration after a spate of terror attacks.
Congo star Koffi Olomide detained after 'kicking assault'
Musician Koffi Olomide is in custody in DR Congo, days after he was deported from Kenya for allegedly kicking one of his dancers.
Argentina announces new gender violence plan
Argentina's President Mauricio Macri announces a national plan to fight violence against women.
Rio 2016: Russian drug cheats will still be at Olympics, say whistleblowers
Russian drug cheats will still be competing at the Rio Olympic Games despite recent efforts to target them, whistleblowers tell the BBC.
US president's half-brother, Malik Obama, 'voting for Trump'
US President Barack Obama's half-brother, Malik Obama, says he will vote for Donald Trump because he "comes across as a straightforward guy".
Bill on Hillary: 'I hope you'll elect her'
Former President Bill Clinton has taken to the stage at the Democratic convention to make the case for his wife to become America's first female president.
France church attack: Nun describes horror
A nun who was in a Rouen church when a priest was attacked tells of her fear when she saw the armed men.
Baghdad bomb site now a shrine to the dead
The site of one of the deadliest attacks to ever hit Iraq has been turned into a shrine to the dead.
CCTV 'shows Japanese knife attacker Satoshi Uematsu'
CCTV footage emerges of the Japanese knife attacker who killed 19 people.
The Syrian refugees in 'no man's land'
Aid agencies say urgent help is needed for more than 85,000 Syrian refugees stuck in "no-man's land" by their country's border with Jordan.
How to shear a sheep in 44 seconds
A farmer has broken a world record by shearing 731 sheep in nine hours - that's one sheep every 44 seconds.
Peruvian fishermen rescue baby whale from net
Fishermen in the Piura region of Peru have rescued an exhausted whale calf that had become trapped in a net.
The moment train shelter collapses in Chicago storm
Dramatic footage has emerged of the moment a train shelter collapsed during a storm in Chicago.

Yahoo World News

Islamists attack French church, slit priest's throat

Police and rescue workers stand at the scene after two assailants had taken five people hostage in the church at Saint-Etienne-du -Rouvray near Rouen in NormandyBy Noemie Olive SAINT-ETIENNE-DU-ROUVRAY, France (Reuters) - Knife-wielding attackers interrupted a French church service, forced the priest to his knees and slit his throat on Tuesday, a murder made even more shocking as one of the assailants was a known would-be jihadist under supposedly tight surveillance. The men arrived during morning mass in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, a working-class town near Rouen, northwest of Paris, where the 85-year-old parish priest, Father Jacques Hamel, was leading prayers. News agency Amaq, which is affiliated with Islamic State, a group France is bombing in Iraq and Syria as part of a U.S.-led coalition, said two of its "soldiers" had carried out the attack.

Kerry hopes to work with Russia on Syria, U.N. aims to restart talks

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry greets Russia's foreign minister Sergey Lavrov during a bilateral meeting at the sidelines of the ASEAN foreign ministers meeting in VientianeBy Lesley Wroughton and Stephanie Nebehay VIENTIANE/GENEVA (Reuters) - The United States said on Tuesday it hoped to announce in early August details of planned military cooperation and intelligence sharing with Russia on Syria, and a United Nations envoy said he would also aim to resume peace talks next month. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Washington and Moscow, which support opposing sides in Syria's five-year-old conflict, had made progress in recent days towards working more closely together. The proposals would have the two powers share intelligence to coordinate air strikes against the al Qaeda-affiliated Nusra Front and prohibit the Syrian air force from attacking rebel groups labeled as moderate.

Turkish troops hunt remaining coup plotters as crackdown widens

Turkish soldiers search for missing military personnel suspected of being involved in the coup attempt in MarmarisBy Daren Butler and Orhan Coskun ISTANBUL/ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish special forces backed by helicopters, drones and the navy hunted a remaining group of commandos thought to have tried to capture or kill President Tayyip Erdogan during a failed coup, as a crackdown on suspected plotters widened on Tuesday. More than 1,000 members of the security forces were involved in the manhunt for the 11 rogue soldiers in the hills around the Mediterranean coastal resort of Marmaris, where Erdogan was holidaying on the night of the coup attempt, officials said. Erdogan and the government accuse U.S.-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen of orchestrating the attempted power grab and have launched a crackdown on his suspected followers.

U.S. says backs resumption of China-Philippines talks on South China Sea

A Philippine flag flutters from BRP Sierra Madre, a dilapidated Philippine Navy ship that has been aground since 1999 and became a Philippine military detachment on the disputed Second Thomas ShoalBy Simon Webb and Manuel Mogato VIENTIANE (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Tuesday he supported the resumption of talks between China and the Philippines over the South China Sea, following an international court ruling against Beijing over the dispute earlier this month. China did not participate in and has refused to accept the July 12 ruling by the Permanent Court of Arbitration, based in The Hague, in which U.S. ally Manila won an emphatic legal victory. China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi had asked Kerry to lend his support for bilateral talks to restart between Manila and Beijing in a meeting between the two in the Laos capital of Vientiane on Monday.

Patient shoots, kills doctor in Berlin then kills himself

A police car is parked in front of the university clinic in Steglitz, a southwestern district of BerlinA patient shot a doctor in a university clinic in Berlin on Tuesday before killing himself, but there were "no signs at all" of a link with Islamist militancy, police in the German capital said. Berlin police said the doctor had sustained life-threatening injuries in the attack at the Benjamin Franklin campus of the Charite university hospital in the southwest of the city and died shortly afterwards. Winfrid Wenzel, a spokesman for Berlin police, said the crime took place in the jaw surgery area of an outpatient clinic where the doctor was in a treatment session with the patient.

Knife attacker in Japan moved from jail to see prosecutors: NHK

Satoshi Uematsu, suspected of a deadly attack at a facility for the disabled, is seen inside a police car as he is taken to prosecutors at Tsukui police station in Sagamihara, Kanagawa prefecturearaA Japanese man accused of breaking into a facility for the disabled in a small town near Tokyo before stabbing and killing 19 patients was taken from a regional jail to see prosecutors on Wednesday, footage on public broadcaster NHK showed. Satoshi Uematsu, the 26-year-old suspect and former employee of the facility, was sent from the town of Sagamihara, about 45 km (25 miles) southwest of Tokyo, to the Yokohama District Public Prosecutors Office in Kanagawa prefecture. Dozens of other residents were wounded in Tuesday's early-morning attack at the Tsukui Yamayuri-En facility for the disabled in Sagamihara.

Top Asian News 3:24 a.m. GMT
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea is accusing rival North Korea of floating propaganda leaflets via a river in the first such incident. The Defense Ministry said Wednesday it recently discovered dozens of plastic bags, each carrying about 20 leaflets, near a Seoul river close to the tense Korean border. Seoul is only an hour's drive from the border. It says the leaflets contained threats to launch missile attacks on South Korea and praises of the North's political system. A Cold War-style standoff flared after the North's fourth nuclear test in January. Seoul resumed blasting anti-Pyongyang propaganda broadcasts and K-pop songs from border loudspeakers.
Philippines says omission of arbitration ruling in ASEAN statement not a Chinese victory
By Karen Lema and Martin Petty MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines "vigorously pushed" for the inclusion of a arbitration ruling in a joint statement among Southeast Asian countries but its failure to secure that was no diplomatic win for China, Manila's foreign minister said on Wednesday. The Philippines had not sought support from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) or the international community in its arbitration case against Beijing over the South China Sea, and did not want to press the issue to provoke China, Perfecto Yasay said.
Indonesian president to announce new Cabinet on Wednesday: palace

Indonesia's President Joko Widodo walks past the armed forces chief General Gatot Nurmantyo and Coordinating Political, Legal and Security Affairs Minister Luhut Pandjaita during the inauguration of the new national police chief in JakartaJAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian President Joko Widodo will appoint a new Cabinet on Wednesday, according to a palace letter obtained by Reuters. The president will make an announcement about the reshuffle at 1:30 p.m. local time (0630 GMT), the letter said. It will be Widodo's second Cabinet reshuffle in less than two years. Energy and Mining Minister Sudirman Said will be among the ministers replaced, sources close to the minister told Reuters earlier on Wednesday. (Reporting by the Jakarta bureau; Writing by Randy Fabi; Editing by Paul Tait)

Archbishop disavows predecessor's statements on sex abuse
HAGATNA, Guam (AP) — Archbishop Savio Hon Tai-Fai, the temporary administrator appointed to Guam by the Vatican in early June, is disavowing the church from statements made by his predecessor, who is facing sexual abuse allegations.
Mali arrests senior jihadist blamed for military base attack

Malian army officers carry the coffin of a soldier killed during an attack on a military base in Nampala claimed by the Ansar Dine jihadist group and another armed ethnic groupMalian special forces arrested a senior figure from the Ansar Dine jihadist group close to a central military base where he is accused of planning an attack that killed 17 soldiers. "Today, at around 4:00 pm (1600 GMT) our special forces captured Mahmoud Barry, alias Abou Yehiya," one of the most senior figures in the group's branch operating in central Mali, an intelligence officer told AFP. Other security sources confirmed the arrest, adding that Barry was the "emir" of Ansar Dine's Macina combat unit and was behind several attacks on Malian security forces since last year.

China criticizes US, Japan, Australia for 'fanning' tensions
BEIJING (AP) — Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has criticized the United States, Japan and Australia for making a joint statement on the South China Sea he says was only "fanning the flames" of regional tension just as countries have agreed that the situation needs to cool down.
Mexico opposition blasts stats agency for changes in poverty survey

A low-income neighborhood is seen in Mexico CityOpposition lawmakers criticized Mexico's independent statistics agency on Tuesday for changes in polling techniques in a survey that suggested income among the poorest Mexicans had jumped by a third. Lawmakers said the survey, published on July 15, created suspicions that pollsters had manipulated data in order to show a drop in poverty after a previous study had shown poverty increased in Mexico in 2014. "The credibility of an institution so important as (statistics agency) INEGI is in doubt," said Senator Ernesto Cordero, a former finance minister from the conservative National Action Party (PAN).

Kerry to meet Philippines' Duterte on cooperation, China talks

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte speaks during his first State of the Nation Address at the Philippine Congress in Quezon city, Metro ManilaBy Lesley Wroughton MANILA (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry meets Philippine's President Rodrigo Duterte in Manila on Wednesday to discuss his new government's priorities as well as possible dialogue with China on resolving tensions over the South China Sea. Kerry is the highest-ranking U.S. official to visit the Philippines since Duterte's election victory in May and follows a meeting of foreign ministers from Southeast Asian nations in Laos this week. "We are going to hear about (Duterte's) priorities, we're going to get to know him," a U.S. official said ahead of the meeting.

France left soul-searching after brutal church attack

The killing of a priest in the town of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray church, the third major strike on France in 18 months, prompted a bitter political spat over alleged security failingsSaint-Etienne-du-Rouvray (France) (AFP) - France was seeking Wednesday to understand how a jihadist awaiting trial on terror charges could attack a small-town church in broad daylight, killing a priest in the latest atrocity claimed by the Islamic State group. Adel Kermiche was one of two attackers who stormed the church in the northern town of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray during morning mass, slitting the throat of an 86-year-old priest and leaving a worshipper with serious injuries. The third major strike on France in 18 months prompted a bitter political spat over alleged security failings, and revelations over the church attack were likely to raise further questions.

Venezuela govt seeks to ban opposition over recall 'fraud'

Food and medicine shortages, hyperinflation, and mounting chaos are fueling growing discontent with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, who has declared a state of emergencyThe Venezuelan government asked electoral authorities Tuesday to ban the opposition coalition seeking to oust President Nicolas Maduro in a recall vote, accusing them of massive fraud. Ratcheting up the tension in a country pushed to the brink of collapse by an economic crisis, Maduro's camp hit back with a vengeance on the same day the opposition was hoping to get a green light to go ahead with its bid to hold a recall referendum. "We have just asked for the cancellation of the registration of the Democratic Unity Roundtable (MUD), for being involved in the worst vote fraud in the country's history," said Jorge Rodriguez, Maduro's designated aide to monitor the recall process.

Indonesian trafficking victim addresses Democrats

Ima Matul speaks about sex trafficking as Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., stands next to her during the second day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia , Tuesday, July 26, 2016. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Born and raised in Indonesia, Ima Matul came to the United States as a teenager to work for a promised $150 per month as a nanny and housekeeper.

Man shot in Swedish mall, no links to militants: police
An unidentified assailant shot and wounded a man in a shopping mall in the Swedish city of Malmo on Tuesday, but police said the attack had nothing to do with recent Islamist militant violence elsewhere in Europe. A Malmo police statement said the victim was shot in the leg and taken to a local hospital. A police spokesperson later told regional daily Sydsvenska Dagbladet that the incident, in a mainly immigrant neighborhood of Sweden's third largest city, was being investigated as a case of aggravated assault or attempted murder, and had no connection with Islamist militancy, he said.
Venezuela to reassign private, public workers to agriculture

Inscription on a wall in the low income Santa Rita neighborhood in Maracay, 70km from Caracas, reads "Corrupt military, the people are hungry"Venezuela said private and public companies will be obliged to let their workers be reassigned to grow crops, in a dramatic move in the middle of the country's crippling economic crisis. President Nicolas Maduro's government is fighting for its life amid staggering inflation and shortages of everything from food to toilet paper, diapers and shampoo. Maduro, like his predecessor Hugo Chavez, has increasingly moved the country towards taking over parts of the economy.

Mickelson not close to being over runner-up in British Open

Phil Mickelson hits to the third hole during a practice round for the PGA Championship golf tournament at Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, N.J., Tuesday, July 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Mike Groll)SPRINGFIELD, N.J. (AP) — If you thought two weeks was enough time for Phil Mickelson to get over his second-place finish in the British Open duel with Henrik Stenson, guess again.

BBC Sports News

Russian drug cheats will still be at Olympics - whistleblower Stepanova
Russian drug cheats will still be competing at the Rio Olympic Games despite recent efforts to target them, whistleblowers tell the BBC.
Injured Federer to miss Rio and rest of season
Swiss tennis great Roger Federer will miss the Olympics and the rest of the season with a knee injury.
Rogers Cup: Britain's Johanna Konta defeats Shelby Rogers
British number one Johanna Konta progresses to the second round of the Rogers Cup with a straight-set win in Montreal, Canada.
Arsenal's Mertesacker to miss start of Premier League season
Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker will miss the start of the Premier League season with a knee injury, says Arsene Wenger.
Fast-track CAS doping court set up for Rio
The Court of Arbitration for Sport creates a new fast-track court to hear doping cases at the Rio Olympics.
Inderjeet Singh: Indian shot put champion blames positive drug test on conspiracy
Indian and Asian shot put champion Inderjeet Singh believes there is a conspiracy against him after he failed a drugs test.
Higuain joins Juventus from Napoli for £75.3m
Gonzalo Higuain joins Juventus from Napoli in the third most expensive transfer in history and the biggest domestic deal of all time.
Doping scandals reduce interest in Olympics, says BBC survey
Doping scandals have reduced public interest in the Olympics, according to a poll for the BBC World Service.
Holders Ross County out of Scottish League Cup
Ross County are out of the League Cup just four months on from winning it after defeat to Alloa at the Indodrill Stadium.
Rio Olympics 2016: 37 more Russian athletes banned from the Games
Nineteen more Russian rowers are banned from ext month's Olympics, taking the number of Russian athletes suspended this week to 37.
One-Day Cup: Essex win last-over thriller against Glamorgan
Essex all but secure a place in the One-Day Cup quarter-finals with a thrilling last-over win over Glamorgan.
US PGA Championship: Danny Willett says it is wide open at Baltusrol
Masters champion Danny Willett believes the current depth of talent in golf means "anyone" could win this week's US PGA.
Sakho sent home from Liverpool tour by Klopp
Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho is sent home early from the USA tour by manager Jurgen Klopp, with reports it was for disciplinary reasons.
Chris Froome: Tour de France winner to race Vuelta a Espana after Olympic Games
Sir Dave Brailsford says Tour de France champion Chris Froome intends to race in this year's Vuelta a Espana after the Olympics.
Glorious Goodwood: Dutch Connection wins Lennox Stakes
Dutch Connection, the 9-4 favourite, wins the feature race at Glorious Goodwood ahead of Home of the Brave and Gifted Master.
Peacock in 54-strong ParalympicsGB athletics team
London 2012 gold medallist Jonnie Peacock is named in a 54-strong ParalympicsGB track and field team for the Rio Games.
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Rio 2016: Russian drug cheats will still be at Olympics, say whistleblowers
The athlete who blew the whistle on Russia's doping programme tells BBC Sport drug cheats will be competing at next month's Olympics.
Pint-Sized TMS: England thrash Pakistan at Old Trafford
Watch highlights as England thrash Pakistan by 330 runs in the second Test at Old Trafford to level the four-match series 1-1.
AP McCoy pays emotional tribute to jockey JT McNamara
Sir AP McCoy says he has "done nothing by cry all morning" after the news that Irish jockey JT McNamara has died aged 41.

BBC Americas News

US election: Bill Clinton backs 'best friend' Hillary to lead US
Former US president Bill Clinton argues why his wife and "best friend" Hillary should lead the nation, in a very personal speech at the Democratic convention.
US election: Michelle Obama denounces Trump 'hate'
US first lady Michelle Obama delivers a rebuke to Republican Donald Trump and gives an impassioned endorsement of Hillary Clinton at the Democratic convention.
Facebook 'anti-spam systems' blocked Democrat emails dump
Facebook says its anti-spam filters were to blame for its website briefly blocking access to internal emails from US Democratic Party committee members published by Wikileaks.
Apple sees iPhone sales drop again but beats forecasts
Apple reports a second consecutive quarter of falling iPhone sales, but the 15% drop was not as bad as analysts had feared.
California wildfire: 10,000 homes evacuated from path of Sand Fire
A wildfire raging north-west of Los Angeles forces the evacuation of some 10,000 homes.
Marni Nixon: Hollywood's 'invisible voice' dies aged 86
Marni Nixon, who sang Audrey Hepburn's parts in My Fair Lady, has died at the age of 86.
Florida nightclub shooting: Two dead and 16 injured in Fort Myers
Two people are killed and up to 16 injured in a shooting at a nightclub in the city of Fort Myers in Florida, police say.
Donna Karan's DKNY brands head back to New York
The DKNY fashion brand is heading back to New York, where designer Donna Karan founded the clothing company, after being sold by its French owners.
Yahoo sold to US telecoms giant Verizon
US internet firm Yahoo will be sold to American telecoms giant Verizon Communications for $5bn (£3.8bn) in cash.
Shawshank Redemption oak tree falls and fans grieve
One of the most iconic trees in cinematic history has been felled by the wind.
From Russia with love
Is the Republican candidate for President too closely aligned with Russian president Vladimir Putin?
Fear factor
Donald Trump says America is in a "moment of crisis". Why it is to his advantage to convince voters that this is so.
Bellwether county
Ottawa County in Ohio has voted for the eventual President since 1964. Now its residents appear to be favouring Donald Trump.
Bourne again
The new Jason Bourne film might feature a plot involving a global social network, but don't expect to find its director Paul Greengrass tweeting about it any time soon.
'Intimate terrorism'
In the aftermath of mass killings by lone attackers in Orlando and Nice, we take a look at the links between domestic violence, sexual identity and radicalisation.
Winning with whites
Donald Trump might have officially clinched his party’s nomination - but winning the country over could hinge on one key factor - demographics.
'Send me to Africa'
African-American man starts fundraising petition in response to racist comments.
Watching walruses
The largest database of walrus populations ever has gone live, following 160 years of observation and collaboration between Russian and US scientists.
Verizon strike hits earnings figures
Verizon Communication reports a drop in its second-quarter earnings, one day after announcing plans to buy struggling internet giant Yahoo.
US states sue Volkswagen over emission scandal
Three US states have taken legal action against Volkswagen in the wake of the carmakers emissions scandal.

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