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BBC World News

Co-pilot 'wanted to destroy plane'
The co-pilot of the Germanwings flight, named as Andreas Lubitz, intentionally started the plane's descent before it crashed into the French Alps, officials say.
Yemen leader Hadi enters Saudi Arabia
Yemen's President Hadi arrives in the Saudi capital Riyadh, as Saudi Arabia continues air strikes against Shia Houthi rebels.
Building collapses in New York blast
Emergency services are on the scene of a major fire and partial building collapse in New York City.
Asylum claims 'highest for 22 years'
The UN's refugee agency says the number of refugees seeking asylum in developed countries rose by 45% in 2014, with Germany receiving the most claims.
Shia militias 'in Tikrit pullback'
A US general says Iranian-backed Shia militias in Iraq are no longer leading the battle to recapture Tikrit from Islamic State.
MPs warn on growth of UK jihadists
Not enough is being done to prevent people leaving the UK to join Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, a group of MPs warns.
Indiana emergency for HIV 'epidemic'
The governor of Indiana has declared a public health emergency and authorised a needle sharing programme, after an HIV outbreak "reached epidemic proportions" in part of the state.
Nigeria rivals sign peace accord
Nigeria's two main presidential candidates sign an agreement to prevent violence in tightly contested elections due on Saturday.
First arrests in India nun rape case
Indian police make their first arrests in the case of an elderly nun who was raped in West Bengal, sparking outrage.
US soldier 'plotted to support IS'
A US soldier and his cousin are arrested and charged with conspiring to support the Islamic State, the Department of Justice says.
Court allows Charles letters release
The Supreme Court says letters by Prince Charles to government departments can be published, after a campaign by the Guardian newspaper.
Richard III reburial service held
A service led by the Archbishop of Canterbury to mark the reburial of King Richard III, takes place at Leicester Cathedral.
VIDEO: Does your pet have 'separation anxiety'?
Vets are warning that a growing number of dogs and other pets are suffering from separation anxiety as peoples' working habits change.
VIDEO: China warning over global warming
The head of China's weather bureau warns that the country faces serious problems as a result of climate change.
VIDEO: India 'looking strong' in World Cup
India have looked very impressive in the cricket World Cup, and cricket columnist Ayaz Memon has been speaking to the BBC in Mumbai on their chances of winning the tournament.
VIDEO: One-minute World News
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
VIDEO: Yemen 'on the brink' of civil war
The United Nations envoy to Yemen has warned that the country could slide into prolonged conflict like Iraq, Syria or Libya.
VIDEO: Bringing a giant puppet eagle to life
BBC News meets the makers of the giant puppets of Spanish Theatre Company Carros de Foc.
VIDEO: Londonderry fire temple to peace
A huge temple that overlooked Londonderry for the past week has been burnt down as a gesture of letting go of the past and looking to the future.
VIDEO: New Orleans airport attacker dies
A man who was shot by police as he tried to storm a checkpoint at New Orleans international airport on Friday dies from his injuries.

Yahoo World News

Co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing Germanwings jet

Undated file picture of co-pilot Andreas LubitzThey offered no motive for why Andreas Lubitz, 27, would take the controls of the Airbus A320, lock the captain out of the cockpit and deliberately set it veering down from cruising altitude at 3,000 feet per minute. German police searched his home for evidence that might offer some explanation for what was behind Tuesday's crash in the French Alps. EasyJet, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Air Berlin were among other carriers that swiftly announced such policies. Among those that didn't was Germanwings parent company Lufthansa, whose CEO said he thought it was unnecessary.

Yemeni leader Hadi leaves country as Saudi Arabia keeps up air strikes

Houthi fighters sit on a tank near the Presidential Palace in SanaaBy Khaled Abdallah and Sami Aboudi SANAA/ADEN, Yemen (Reuters) - Yemen's President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi left his refuge in Aden for Saudi Arabia on Thursday as Houthi rebels battled with his forces on the outskirts of the southern port city. Throughout the day, warplanes from Saudi Arabia and Arab allies struck at the Shi'ite Houthis and allied army units, who have taken over much of the country and seek to oust Hadi. Warplanes resumed bombing the Houthi-held capital Sanaa on Thursday evening, shaking whole neighborhoods and terrifying residents. We live near the airport, where we think a lot of the Houthi leaders are living and many of the air strikes are." Houthi leader Abdel-Malek al-Houthi said in a televised speech Yemenis would confront the "criminal, unjust and unjustified aggression" by Saudi Arabia.

Iran's Rouhani intervenes as deadline for nuclear deal approaches

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz, Head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organisation Ali Akbar Salehi and Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif wait with others in LausanneBy John Irish and Louis Charbonneau LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Reuters) - Iran's president spoke with the leaders of France, Britain, China and Russia on Thursday in an apparent effort to break an impasse to a nuclear deal between Tehran and major world powers. He also raised the Saudi-led military operation against Iranian-backed Houthi fighters in Yemen, as did U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry ahead of nuclear negotiations in Switzerland with Tehran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.

U.S., allies conduct air strikes in Syria, Iraq against Islamic State: task force
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and its allies staged 29 air strikes on Islamic State targets in Syria and Iraq in the latest round of daily attacks, the Combined Joint Task Force said on Thursday. In Iraq, the coalition conducted 17 air strikes near Tikrit, where Iraqi forces have mounted an offensive to try to oust Islamic State militants from the city. Seven air strikes were conducted against Islamic State targets in other parts of Iraq. In Syria, four air strikes hit Islamic State positions near the city of Kobani and one strike hit near Raqqa. ...
Japan PM Abe to address joint session of U.S. Congress

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks to the media after signing a condolences book for the late Lee Kuan Yew, former Prime Minister of Singapore, at the Singapore Embassy in TokyoBy Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will address a joint meeting of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives on April 29, becoming the first Japanese leader to do so. Abe will spend eight days on a state visit expected to focus on joint responses to growing Chinese assertiveness in Asia, including his moves to loosen restraints on Japan's pacifist postwar constitution. In announcing the invitation to the Japanese leader, U.S. Speaker of the House John Boehner said Abe's speech would be an opportunity for Americans to hear from a close ally about ways to expand cooperation on economic and security priorities. Trade is an important component of President Barack Obama's diplomatic and security "pivot" to Asia.

U.S. has no policy to protect Syrian force after training: general
By David Alexander WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Syrian opposition forces being trained to fight Islamic State militants will need support from the U.S.-led coalition when they return home, but the Obama administration has yet to decide what protection to offer, a top U.S. commander said on Thursday. Army General Lloyd Austin, the head of U.S. Central Command, told a Senate hearing the Syrian opposition force being trained by the coalition would need help with logistics, air strikes and intelligence but said the administration had not agreed on a policy about providing protection once the troops returned home. His remarks prompted Senator John McCain, a Republican who is chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, to slam the administration for launching the training effort before it had worked through how it would support the forces once they returned to Syria. The United States and coalition partners have begun vetting members of the Syrian opposition and plan to offer military training in as many as four countries across the region.
Manslaughter charge for British Virgin Islands boat captain
ROAD TOWN, British Virgin Islands (AP) — A boat captain from the British Virgin Islands who was involved in a crash that killed a U.S. woman and a Jamaican man has been charged with manslaughter.
Flooding in Chilean desert region kills seven

A man clings to a security line to cross a street flooded by the overflowing Copiapo River in Copiapo, Chile on March 26, 2015Copiapó (Chile) (AFP) - Flash floods in a normally bone-dry region of northern Chile killed seven people and left 19 missing, officials said Thursday, prompting the government to declare a state of emergency and send in the army. The downpour began late Tuesday in the Atacama region, home to the world's most arid desert, and lashed the area for hours, turning riverbeds that had been dry for years into torrents. The weather forced state copper company Codelco, the world's largest copper producer, to temporarily halt operations in Atacama and the neighboring region of Antofagasta. As Interior Minister Rodrigo Penailillo urged residents to evacuate, the army declared a curfew for the Atacama region and the city of Antofagasta.

Watchdog report faults US handling of sex party allegations
WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal watchdog on Thursday faulted the Drug Enforcement Administration over allegations that agents attended sex parties with prostitutes on government-leased property while stationed overseas.
German aviation association 'seeks two-person cockpit rule'

Germany's aviation association BDL announced plans to introduce a two-person cockpit ruleGermany's aviation association BDL announced plans Thursday to introduce a two-person cockpit rule after it emerged that the co-pilot on a Germanwings flight deliberately crashed after being left alone. The new policy would require two crew members to be in the cockpit at all times. The second person could be a flight attendant if the pilot or co-pilot has to exit the cockpit in flight. Separately, the head of Germanwings' parent company Lufthansa, Carsten Spohr, said the two-person cockpit rule would be discussed at an industry meeting on Friday to be attended by the Federal Aviation Office (LBA).

Yahoo says it will buy back $2 billion in stock
NEW YORK (AP) — Yahoo says it will buy back $2 billion in company stock as it prepares to spin off its stake in Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba.
Top Asian News at 10:00 p.m. GMT
BEIJING (AP) — Along with two dozen of her fellow "dancing grannies," 60-year-old Zhang Jinsu twirls and steps her way every night across a central Beijing plaza, sometimes gliding over the pavement like a butterfly, at other times marching with a plastic rifle. But when new Chinese government instructions on such hugely popular — and loud — senior dances take hold, Zhang may need to learn a new routine.
Co-pilot was 'very happy' with Germanwings job

This is an undated image taken from Facebook of Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz in San Francisco California. Lubitz the co-pilot of the Germanwings jet barricaded himself in the cockpit and “intentionally” rammed the plane full speed into the French Alps on Tuesday, ignoring the captain’s frantic pounding on the cockpit door and the screams of terror from passengers, a prosecutor said Thursday, March 26, 2015. In a split second, he killed all 150 people aboard the plane. (AP Photo) NO SALESMONTABAUR, Germany (AP) — Andreas Lubitz never appeared anything but thrilled to have landed a pilot's job with Germanwings, according to those who helped him learn to fly as a teenager in this town in the forested hills of western Germany.

Neymar and Willian shine as Brazil beats France 3-1

France’s Blaise Matuidi, right, challenges Brazil’s Captain Neymar Jr, left, during the international friendly soccer match between France and Brazil at the Stade de France, north of Paris, France, Thursday, March 26, 2015. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)PARIS (AP) — Striker Neymar scored his 43rd international goal and midfielder Willian set up two goals as Brazil showed considerable attacking flair in beating France 3-1 in a friendly on Thursday.

UK prime minister, opposition leader in live TV interviews

Prime Minister David Cameron is interviewed by Jeremy Paxman, right, during a live televised interview, in west London, Thursday March 26, 2015. Conservative leader Cameron went first in the show Thursday night, facing harsh questions from prominent TV journalist Jeremy Paxman. Miliband, the Labour Party leader, was set to follow, they weren't expected to share a stage at the studio. (AP Photo/Stefan Rousseau, Pool)LONDON (AP) — It's not a debate, but live televised interviews of Prime Minister David Cameron and opposition leader Ed Miliband are being billed as a campaign kickoff less than two months before Britain's general election.

Turkey's Erdogan says can't tolerate Iran bid to dominate Middle East
By Humeyra Pamuk ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan accused Iran on Thursday of trying to dominate the Middle East and said its efforts have begun annoying Ankara, as well as Saudi Arabia and Gulf Arab countries. Turkey earlier said it supports the Saudi-led military operation against Houthi rebels in Yemen and called on the militia group and its "foreign supporters" to abandon acts which threaten peace and security in the region. "Iran is trying to dominate the region," said Erdogan, who is due to visit Tehran in early April. This has begun annoying us, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf countries.
Del Potro loses 1st-round match at Miami Open

Juan Martin del Potro, of Argentina, hits a return against Vasek Pospisil, of Canada, during their match at the Miami Open tennis tournament in Key Biscayne, Fla., Thursday, March 26, 2015. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP) — Juan Martin del Potro's latest comeback from an injury is off to a slow start.

Co-pilot deliberately slams plane in Alps; families ask why

Graphic shows aircraft and victims by country; 2c x 5 inches; 96.3 mm x 127 mm;PARIS (AP) — Passengers with moments to live screamed in terror and the pilot frantically pounded on the locked cockpit door as a 27-year-old German co-pilot deliberately and wordlessly smashed an Airbus carrying 150 people into an Alpine mountainside.

US, Cuba to broach human rights Tuesday

Delegations from the United States and Cuba meet for closed-door talks at the Convention Palace in Havana, on January 22, 2015Cuba said it will hold talks Tuesday with the United States on human rights, one of the most delicate issues pending in their historic rapprochement, insisting that both sides' records should be scrutinized. Washington and Havana have held three rounds of talks since they announced on December 17 that they would resume relations after more than five decades of enmity, but so far they have not broached the sensitive topic of human rights. "This demonstrates Cuba's readiness to address any issue despite our differences," he told journalists.

Airlines introduce two-person cockpit rule after Alps crash
By Victoria Bryan and Tim Hepher BERLIN/PARIS (Reuters) - Airlines rushed on Thursday to change rules to require a second crew member in the cockpit at all times, hours after French prosecutors suggested a co-pilot who barricaded himself alone at the controls of a jetliner had crashed it on purpose. The United States already requires two crew members to be in the cabin at all times, but many other countries do not, allowing pilots to leave the flight deck, for example to use the toilet, as long as one pilot is at the controls. Airlines including Norwegian Air Shuttle, Britain's easyJet, Air Canada and Air Berlin all said within hours that they had introduced a requirement that two crew members be in the cockpit at all times. "We had a lot of concerned customers," an Air Berlin spokesman said.

BBC Sports News

France 1-3 Brazil
Brazil record their seventh win since their 2014 World Cup humiliation as they come from behind to beat France in Paris.
F1 competition is fair - Hamilton

Bedene to represent Great Britain

Rooney wary of building up Kane
England captain Wayne Rooney has warned against putting too much pressure on fellow striker Harry Kane.
VIDEO: BBC makes blooper over Clarke 'sex'
Australia captain Michael Clarke is inadvertently asked about sex by a BBC Sport journalist following his side's World Cup semi-final win over India.
'Cross-country is the purest of sports'
European champion Gemma Steel shares her tips for success, while also looking ahead to the World Championships.
Australia beat India to reach final
Australia power into the Cricket World Cup final with a 95-run victory over defending champions India in Sydney.
Terry signs new deal with Chelsea
Chelsea captain John Terry extends his contract at the Premier League leaders until the end of the 2015-16 season.
Harrison retires over brain injuries
Audley Harrison announces his retirement from boxing after revealing he is suffering from the effects of head injuries.
Four GB golds at para-cycling Worlds
Dame Sarah Storey, Jody Cundy, Sophie Thornhill and Neil Fachie win golds for Britain at the para-cycling World Championships.
Premier League to share £1bn
Premier League clubs have agreed to share at least £1bn of their record TV rights deal with English football.
Car had a steering problem - Alonso
Fernando Alonso says his pre-season test crash was caused by a steering problem and rejects reports he woke up thinking he was 15.
Injured McDowell out of Texas Open
Graeme McDowell's Masters preparations are hit as he has to withdraw from the Texas Open with a leg injury.
Firth sets new world best in Glasgow
Northern Ireland's Bethany Firth sets a world best on her way to winning the 100 metres breaststroke at the British Para-Swimming International Meet.
Walcott denies bust-up with Wenger
Arsenal's Theo Walcott says he has not had a row with manager Arsene Wenger as he reveals no contract talks are under way.
Dhoni has no retirement plans
MS Dhoni has no plans to quit as captain of the India limited-overs side despite their World Cup semi-final loss to Australia.
Hodgson happy to rest Sterling
Roy Hodgson says he is prepared to rest Raheem Sterling for Tuesday's friendly against Italy but is under no pressure to do so.
Clubs agree to discuss Dyke changes
Football Association chairman Greg Dyke will consult Premier League clubs over changes to 'home-grown' talent rules.
England critics fair - Wigglesworth
England's Richard Wigglesworth says Rugby Football Union chief executive Ian Ritchie's criticism is justified.
Wada boss laments Armstrong 'ambush'
Lance Armstrong should avoid "ambushing" the Tour de France by taking part in a charity ride, says a Wada chief.

BBC Americas News

Building collapses in New York blast
Emergency services are on the scene of a major fire and partial building collapse in New York City.
Indiana emergency for HIV 'epidemic'
The governor of Indiana has declared a public health emergency and authorised a needle sharing programme, after an HIV outbreak "reached epidemic proportions" in part of the state.
PayPal fined for illegal payments
PayPal agrees a £5.1m payout over allegations it allowed payments from accounts deemed enemies of the state by the US government.
US soldier 'plotted to support IS'
A US soldier and his cousin are arrested and charged with conspiring to support the Islamic State, the Department of Justice says.
Oklahoma race chant student ‘sorry’
A university student in Oklahoma who led a videotaped racist chant that caused a national uproar has apologised.
US defends 'deserter' Bergdahl swap
The US has defended a prisoner swap with the Taliban for the release of Sgt Bowe Bergdahl after the US soldier was charged with desertion.
US TV star in rant against atheists
The star of reality show Duck Dynasty is facing criticism after a speech that included a graphic story about a atheist family being raped and killed.
Beating prompts protests in Michigan
Protesters in the US state of Michigan demand that two white two policemen be fired after a video aired showing them beating a black suspect.
Deadly tornado rips through Oklahoma
At least one person is killed and several others are injured after a tornado roared through the city of Tulsa in the US state of Oklahoma.
VIDEO: The Archbishop murdered celebrating Mass
On 24 March 1980 the Archbishop of El Salvador, Oscar Romero, was murdered by death squads. Milagro Granados was there.
VIDEO: Five ways the US executes - 45 secs
As Utah reauthorises the use of firing squads to carry out executions, BBC news looks at the other ways US states can execute inmates.
VIDEO: How one US school is battling obesity
Newsround reporter Ricky visited the United States to see how a school in Philadelphia is tackling obesity.
VIDEO: How jets land on US anti-IS warship
One of America's largest and most technically advanced aircraft carriers - the USS Theodore Roosevelt - has just docked in Britain.
VIDEO: New Orleans airport attacker dies
A man who was shot by police as he tried to storm a checkpoint at New Orleans international airport on Friday dies from his injuries.
VIDEO: Pharrell Williams addresses UN
The UN's International Day of Happiness is marked with a plea from Ban Ki-Moon for people to share a song which brings them joy, and an address from Pharrell Williams.
VIDEO: Police explode 20,000lb of fireworks
Police in Midland, Texas recently disposed of approximately 20,000lb (9071kg) worth of illegal fireworks in a controlled explosion.
Imagine a speech by Ted Cruz
The presidential hopeful used the word "imagine" 38 times in his speech, prompting countless John Lennon jokes.
Kraft shares soar on Heinz merger
Kraft Foods Group shares jump 35% after an announcement that the firm will merge with tomato ketchup maker Heinz.
MPs raise US-EU trade deal concerns
Trade talks between the US and European Union are marked by 'dog whistle' politics, a report by the Business Select Committee says.
Canada country profile
Provides an overview of Canada, including key events and facts about the world's second-largest country

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