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BBC World News

New York shuts down for blizzard
New York City and other areas in the north-east US have shut down ahead of a snowstorm that could dump as much as 90cm (36ins) of snow.
Greece debt repayment 'unrealistic'
It is unrealistic to expect Greece to repay its huge debt in full, a spokesman for Syriza - which won Sunday's election - tells the BBC.
Argentina disbands intelligence body
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner announces plans to dissolve the country's intelligence agency after the mysterious death of a prosecutor.
FBI cracks 'Russian spy ring'
The FBI has arrested a man on charges he was spying for Russia and trying to recruit sources in New York City, says the US attorney general.
South Korea swimmer fails dope test
South Korea's first Olympic swimming gold medallist Park Tae-hwan fails a doping test, with his management blaming a chiropractic injection.
Islamic State 'driven out of Kobane'
Kurdish forces have driven Islamic State (IS) militants from of Kobane, officials say, ending a four-month battle for the northern Syrian town.
Litvinenko 'killed on third attempt'
Two prior attempts to kill ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko may have been made before he died from radiation poisoning in 2006, the BBC has learned.
Putin Ukraine remark nonsense - Nato
Nato's secretary-general dismisses as "nonsense" an accusation by Russia's Vladimir Putin that the Ukrainian army is a "foreign legion" of the alliance.
Oxfam seeks post-Ebola Marshall Plan
Oxfam calls for a multi-million dollar Marshall Plan-type scheme to help West African countries worst affected by Ebola recover from the crisis.
Ex-CIA officer leaked Iran plan
A former CIA officer has been convicted of leaking classified details of a US operation against Iran to a New York Times reporter.
Thousands march for Mexico missing
Thousands take part in marches in Mexico City to demand a full investigation into the disappearance of 43 students four months ago.
Obama addresses town hall meeting
US President Barack Obama addresses a town hall-style meeting with young Indians in Delhi on the final day of his relationship-boosting visit.
VIDEO: Auschwitz survivor's search for twin
Menachem Bodner is one of many Holocaust survivors searching for relatives 70 years on.
VIDEO: The world's poverty - in 50 seconds
A video explaining poverty across the globe, as part of the BBC's new A Richer World season - exploring prosperity, poverty and inequality.
VIDEO: Baby rhino; zoo's first in 35 years
A rhinoceros at Copenhagen Zoo in Denmark has given birth to a healthy male calf, the first to be born there for 35 years.
VIDEO: One-minute World News
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
VIDEO: SAG awards: The highlights
Eddie Redmayne and Downton Abbey are among the winners at the Screen Actors Guild awards.
VIDEO: From Holocaust survivor to pop star
Dorit Oliver-Wolff talks to BBC Inside Out about her extraordinary journey from Holocaust survivor to German pop star.
VIDEO: Man interrupts woman bishop ceremony
A man has interrupted a ceremony consecrating the Church of England's first female bishop, saying 'it was not in the Bible'.
VIDEO: Badminton hero on doping claim
Malaysia's national hero, Lee Chong Wei, says he will retire from the sport of badminton if he is given a two-year suspension for allegedly doping.

Yahoo World News

Kurds push Islamic State out of Kobani after four-month battle

Smoke and flames rise over a hill near the Syrian town of Kobani after an airstrikeBy Sylvia Westall and Ayla Jean Yackley BEIRUT/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Kurdish forces took control of the Syrian town of Kobani on Monday after driving out Islamic State fighters, a monitoring group and Syrian state media said, although Washington said the four-month battle was not yet over. Some Islamic State supporters took to Twitter to say the fight for Kobani, a focal point of the international struggle against the ultra-hardline Islamist group, was still raging. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the Syrian Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) had retaken the town, close to the Turkish border, but were proceeding carefully in the eastern outskirts where Islamic State had planted mines before fleeing. "I can see the YPG flag flying over Kobani.

AirAsia crash report won't include black box data: investigator

Indonesian soldiers the cockpit voice recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 at Iskandar airbase in Pangkalan BunA preliminary report into last month's crash of an AirAsia passenger jet that killed 162 people will not include an analysis of the black box flight recorders, an Indonesian investigator said on Tuesday. The National Transportation Safety Committee will submit its initial findings this week to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) on AirAsia's first fatal crash. The preliminary report, which the ICAO requires within 30 days of the date of the accident, will include "information on the plane, the number of passengers and other information like that", NTSC investigator Suryanto told Reuters.

Greek leftist Tsipras sworn in as PM to fight bailout terms

The head of radical leftist Syriza party Tsipras speaks to supporters after winning the elections in AthensBy Renee Maltezou and Deepa Babington ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek left-wing leader Alexis Tsipras was sworn in on Monday as the prime minister of a new hardline, anti-bailout government determined to face down international lenders and end nearly five years of tough economic measures. The decisive victory by Tsipras' Syriza in Sunday's snap election reignites fears of new financial troubles in the country that set off the regional crisis in 2009. It is also the first time a member of the 19-nation euro zone will be led by parties rejecting German-backed austerity. Tsipras' success is likely to empower Europe's fringe parties, including other anti-austerity movements across the region's economically-depressed south.

Ukraine rebels move to encircle government troops in new advance

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg speaks during a media conference at NATO headquarters in Brussels on Monday, Jan. 26, 2015. Ambassadors met on Monday for an extraordinary meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission and released a statement condemning the sharp escalation of violence along the ceasefire line in eastern Ukraine. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)By Natalia Zinets and Denis Dyomkin KIEV/ST PETERSBURG (Reuters) - Russian-backed rebels advanced to encircle a Ukrainian army garrison town on Monday in a new offensive that has again unleashed all-out war after a five-month ceasefire and brought threats of new Western sanctions against Moscow. The United States and the European Union are considering new measures after accusing Russia of openly supporting the latest rebel advance with money, arms and troops on the ground. Ambassadors of NATO countries and Ukraine met in Brussels on Monday to discuss a response to the fighting, their first such emergency meeting since August. Moscow denies playing a military role.

Eight French, two Greeks killed in NATO plane crash in Spain

Ten Dead As F-16 Jet Crashes Into PlanesEight French nationals and two Greeks were killed and 21 people injured when a Greek fighter plane crashed during NATO training in Spain on Monday, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said. The Greek fighter jet was carrying out a NATO training exercise at the Spanish base but something went wrong during the take-off.

Argentine president plans to dissolve spy agency after prosecutor's death

A woman walks behind a poster in Buenos AiresBy Jorge Otaola and Richard Lough BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - President Cristina Fernandez plans to disband Argentina's intelligence agency amid suspicions that rogue agents were behind the mysterious death of a state prosecutor investigating the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center. In her first televised address since Alberto Nisman was found dead with a single bullet to the head, Fernandez said on Monday night she would send Congress a bill creating a new security body that would be more transparent. Nisman's death on Jan. 18, just a day before he was due to appear in Congress over his claims that Fernandez conspired to derail his investigation, has triggered a storm of conspiracy theories, including some directly against Fernandez. It said the scandal is linked to a power struggle at the Intelligence Secretariat, or SI, and to operatives who had recently been fired.

Senegal in pole position ahead of Nations Cup Group C climax

Senegal's Kara Mbodji (C) celebrates after scoring during the Africa Cup of Nations match against South Africa in Mongomo on January 23, 2015Billed as the toughest section at this year's Africa Cup of Nations when the draw was made, Group C reaches its climax on Tuesday evening. Everything is still up for grabs as group leaders Senegal take on pre-tournament favourites Algeria in Malabo while Ghana and South Africa clash in Mongomo. There are myriad different scenarios as all four sides bid to advance to the knockout stages, although Alain Giresse's Senegal know that a draw against Algeria will take them through, while a win will ensure that they go through to the last eight as group winners. Algeria, who won 2-1 in the 1990 semi-finals in the only previous meeting of the sides at the competition, know a win will take them into the last eight.

Top Asian News at 5:30 a.m. GMT
TOKYO (AP) — A Japanese envoy in Jordan expressed hope that both a Japanese hostage and a Jordanian pilot held by Islamic militants will return home "with a smile on their faces," as criticisms mounted Tuesday over the government's handling of the crisis. Deputy Foreign Minister Yasuhide Nakayama was determined, saying he believed there were "firm ties" between Japan and Jordan. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe assigned Nakayama, a lawmaker, to coordinate efforts in Amman to save two Japanese hostages of the Islamic State group.
Democrats, Republicans spar over Benghazi investigation
WASHINGTON (AP) — A special House committee investigating the deadly 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, began last year with promises of bipartisanship and cooperation. Eight months later, the panel has devolved into finger pointing and accusations of political grandstanding and power plays.
Canadian soldiers involved in 2 more firefights in Iraq
TORONTO (AP) — Canadian government officials insist that special forces troops in northern Iraq are not involved in a combat mission, even though the commandos engaged in two more firefights there over the last week with Islamic State group militants.
Bouchard regretful as Slam chance goes begging

Eugenie Bouchard plays a shot during her women's singles match against Russia's Maria Sharapova, on day nine of the Australian Open, in Melbourne, on January 27, 2015Canadian seventh seed Eugenie Bouchard admitted she was full of regrets on Tuesday after blowing the chance to make a Grand Slam statement against second seed Maria Sharapova at the Australian Open. The 20-year-old, hyped as the rising star of a new generation destined for glory at the majors, was seeded seventh at Melbourne Park but looked outclassed in her quarter-final against the Russian five-time Slam champion. Bouchard insisted she had chances to win the match, including two break points in the first set, but failed to seize them. Bouchard was the most consistent player at Grand Slams last year, making the Australian and French semis along with the Wimbledon final.

Japan special envoy hopeful about release of hostage, pilot

Japan's government spokesman Yoshihide Suga speaks at a press conference in Tokyo Monday, Jan. 26, 2015. Suga told reporters that the government was still analyzing a video posted online that purported to show Haruna Yukawa, one of the two hostages held by the extremist Islamic State group, had been killed. (AP Photo/Kyodo News) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDITTOKYO (AP) — A Japanese envoy in Jordan expressed hope that both a Japanese hostage and a Jordanian pilot held by Islamic militants will return home "with a smile on their faces," as criticisms mounted Tuesday over the government's handling of the crisis.

Poverty rises in Venezuela, according to UN report

A woman bangs on an empty pot during an event billed as the ¨March of the empty pots,¨ in Caracas, Venezuela, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015. Thousands of opponents of President Nicolas Maduro marched in the capital Saturday to denounce the socialist government for a deepening economic crisis marked by widespread shortages and galloping inflation. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — A new report says that poverty is on the rise in Venezuela and efforts across Latin America to boost incomes are stalling.

In South Korea, childcare burden derails women's careers

Minister Of Family And Gender Equality Kim speaks during an interview at her office in SeoulGuilt made her stay home and give up a flourishing career as an event supervisor in Seoul. A shortage of dependable childcare is derailing the careers of hundreds of thousands of women in South Korea, where management ranks are dominated by men and a patriarchal society idealizes stay-at-home moms. Government data as of April last year shows 22.4 percent of all married women aged 15 to 54 in South Korea quit their jobs due to marriage, childbirth or childcare. Women in South Korea earned only 65 percent of what men did in 2012, a gap that has been nearly unchanged since the mid-1990s and is the widest among the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development group of wealthy countries.

Argentine president seeks overhaul of intelligence services

A protester carries a sign that reads in Spanish "We're all Nisman," referring to the death of special prosecutor Alberto Nisman, in Plaza de Mayo square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Monday, Jan. 26, 2015. Nisman was found dead Jan. 18 in his apartment, the day before he was scheduled to elaborate on explosive allegations that President Cristina Fernandez shielded Iranian officials suspected in the largest terrorist attack in the South American country's history. (AP Photo/Ivan Fernandez)BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — President Cristina Fernandez called on Congress to dissolve Argentina's intelligence services in the wake of the mysterious death of a prosecutor, strongly denying his accusation that she had sought to shield former Iranian officials suspected in the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center.

Mexico protest marks 4 months since students' disappearance

Protestors carry a banner reading "Neither pardon, nor forget," and listing the sites of killings attributed to the State, as they march along a main boulevard in Mexico City, Monday, Jan. 26, 2015. Protest marches were planned in cities around Mexico to mark the fourth month of the disappearance of 43 students in southern Guerrero state. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)MEXICO CITY (AP) — Protesters in Mexico City are marking four months since the disappearance of 43 rural teachers' college students in southern Mexico.

Sharapova to play Makarova in Australian Open semifinals

Maria Sharapova of Russia celebrates after defeating Eugenie Bouchard of Canada in their quarterfinal match at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne, Australia, Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015. (AP Photo/Andy Brownbill)MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Maria Sharapova moved closer to another Australian Open title, set to face a fellow Russian in the semifinals who has never beaten her.

Fidel Castro writes statement on shift in Cuba-US relations

FILE - In this Dec. 26, 2014 file photo, a photograph of Fidel Castro hangs under the Spanish word "Welcome" on the wall at a state-run food market in Havana, Cuba. On Monday, Jan. 26, 2015, after more than a month of silence, Castro made his first public comments about the news that the U.S. and his island nation will restore diplomatic relations after more than 50 years of hostility. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa, File)HAVANA, Cuba (AP) — Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro ended his long silence over his country's decision to restore diplomatic ties with the United States, writing that he backs the negotiations even though he distrusts politics in Washington.

Obama leading delegation of US dignitaries to Saudi Arabia

U.S President Barack Obama pauses as he speaks at the CEO Summit at theTaj Palace Hotel in New Delhi, India, Monday, Jan. 26, 2015. Officials in both countries say Obama and Modi developed an easy chemistry when they first met in Washington last fall. The two leaders spent several hours together Sunday and heralded their close relationship. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)NEW DELHI (AP) — President Barack Obama will lead a delegation of lawmakers, senior U.S. officials and two former secretaries of state to Saudi Arabia Tuesday to pay respects to the royal family following King Abdullah's death.

Inquiry begins into Russian ex-spy's radiation death

The most sensational spy tale since the Cold War will land in a London court as an inquiry begins to examine alleged Russian state involvement in the radiation poisoning death of Alexander LitvinenkoThe most sensational spy tale since the Cold War lands in a London court on Tuesday as an inquiry begins to examine alleged Russian state involvement in the radiation poisoning death of Alexander Litvinenko. The former agent with Russia's FSB security service, who was doing work for Britain's MI6, was killed with Polonium-210 and the case was referred to at the time as the world's first act of nuclear terrorism. British investigators believe that the hard-to-detect radioactive isotope was stirred into Litvinenko's tea by two acquaintances who were visiting him from Moscow, Andrei Lugovoi and Dmitri Kovtun, at a meeting in a Mayfair hotel on November 1, 2006.

BBC Sports News

I'd probably cheat again - Armstrong
Lance Armstrong says the time is coming when he should be forgiven, and tells the BBC he would dope again under the same circumstances.
Arsenal draw Middlesbrough in FA Cup

Rochdale 1-4 Stoke City

Murray ready for Kyrgios and crowd
Andy Murray is ready for a partisan home crowd at his Australian Open quarter-final against Nick Kyrgios on Tuesday.
Sharapova too strong for Bouchard
Maria Sharapova beats seventh seed Eugenie Bouchard in straight sets to set up an all-Russian Australian Open semi-final.
Armstrong charm is false - Andreu
Betsy Andreu accuses Lance Armstrong of talking to the BBC because he wants sympathy ahead of potentially costly legal action.
Astana should be banned - Armstrong
Lance Armstrong is unimpressed with Brian Cookson's start as UCI boss but is sorry today's riders must keep answering drugs questions.
Lance Armstrong interview transcript
In his first TV interview for two years, Lance Armstrong discusses forgiveness, the future and for what he is and is not sorry.
Van Persie unsure over new contract

Croft and Day added to England squad
Leicester's Tom Croft and Northampton's Christian Day are included in England's senior training squad for the Six Nations.
Lotus aim for 'pinnacle' of F1
Lotus expect a "huge leap forward" after a disappointing season last year as they release an image of their 2015 car.
Dutch FA chief to challenge Blatter
Dutch FA president Michael van Praag announces he will stand against Sepp Blatter for the Fifa presidency.
Carver stays in charge until summer
Newcastle United confirm that John Carver is to remain as head coach at St James' Park until the summer.
Smith would have 'slapped' twirl man
England striker Kelly Smith says she would have "slapped" the interviewer who asked tennis player Eugenie Bouchard to "twirl".
England Women's coach Street leaves
Gary Street, who led the England Women's rugby team to World Cup glory in 2014, leaves his role as head coach.
BBC to screen Bolton v Liverpool tie
The FA Cup fourth-round replay between Bolton Wanderers and Liverpool will be show live on BBC One on 4 February.
Real Madrid sign Brazilian Silva
Real Madrid complete a deal to sign Lucas Silva from Brazilian club Cruzeiro for a reported fee of £9.7m.
Arsenal granted Paulista work permit
Villarreal defender Gabriel Paulista is set to join Arsenal with striker Joel Campbell moving the other way on loan.
DR Congo 1-1 Tunisia
Tunisia and DR Congo both make it through to the Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals after they draw in Bata.
Cape Verde Islands 0-0 Zambia
Cape Verde and Zambia both go out of the African Cup of Nations after sharing a goalless draw in torrential rain.

BBC Americas News

New York shuts down for blizzard
New York City and other areas in the north-east US have shut down ahead of a snowstorm that could dump as much as 90cm (36ins) of snow.
Device triggers White House alert
A flying device known as a "quad copter" triggered a security alert when it landed in the grounds of the White House, a US official says.
I'd probably cheat again - Armstrong
Lance Armstrong says the time is coming when he should be forgiven, and tells the BBC he would do it again under the same circumstances.
Ex-CIA officer leaked Iran plan
A former CIA officer has been convicted of leaking classified details of a US operation against Iran to a New York Times reporter.
FBI cracks 'Russian spy ring'
The FBI has arrested a man on charges he was spying for Russia and trying to recruit sources in New York City, says the US attorney general.
Obama push to expand Alaskan refuge
President Barack Obama is to propose setting aside the majority of Alaska's national wildlife refuge as a wilderness area.
US talk show pioneer Franklin dies
Joe Franklin, who was a New York TV host for 43 years and is credited by some as having invented the talk show format, dies at the age of 88.
Obama attends India's Republic Day
President Barack Obama begins the second day of his visit to India by becoming the first US head of state to attend the Republic Day parade.
US planes targeted by bomb threats
Police search two aircraft at Atlanta's airport after receiving "credible" bomb threats - but later give the all-clear.
Sniper film 'stoking Islamophobia'
The release of the film American Sniper has led to an increase in threats against Muslims in the US, an Arab-American civil rights group says.
Abraham Lincoln hair fetches $25,000
A lock of President Abraham Lincoln's hair fetches $25,000 (£16,600) at an auction of memorabilia that sells for more than $800,000 in total.
VIDEO: Snow takes cars off New York roads
Non-emergency vehicles have been banned on New York City's 6,000 miles of roads after 23:00 local time ahead of what'ex expected to be a serious snowstorm.
VIDEO: Splashdown as plane runs out of fuel
Dramatic footage has been released of the moment a pilot, whose plane was running out of fuel, survived ditching in the ocean off Hawaii on Sunday.
VIDEO: 'Storm of immense scale' due in US
A "potentially historic blizzard" could dump up to 90cm (3ft) of snow on the US north-east coast, the National Weather Service has warned.
VIDEO: Obama 'chews gum' during India parade
Seema Sirohi of Gateway House: Indian Council on Global Relations spoke to the BBC about widespread media reaction to footage appearing to show the American president chewing gum during the parade.
VIDEO: New York braces for 'historic storm'
Residents in New York City are bracing themselves for what officials have warned could be the worse snowstorm to ever hit the area.
VIDEO: 'Warm hugs' define Obama India visit
President Obama and the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, say they have reached a long awaited breakthrough on issues holding up civil nuclear co-operation.
VIDEO: Tight security for Obama's India visit
US President Obama is visiting India and attending their Republic Day parade where security is tight.
VIDEO: SAG awards: The highlights
Eddie Redmayne and Downton Abbey are among the winners at the Screen Actors Guild awards.
Sarah Palin stumbles, others rise on Iowa stage
In the first large gathering of 2016 presidential aspirants, the former vice-presidential candidate is criticised for an "incoherent" speech, while some possible candidates boost their chances.

Current Forecast for Leesburg

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