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BBC World News

Jailed Ukrainian freed in prisoner swap
Russia releases jailed Ukrainian servicewoman Nadiya Savchenko in a prisoner exchange also involving two Russian nationals convicted in Kiev last month.
Migrant boat capsize caught on camera
The deadly capsizing of a migrant boat in the Mediterranean is caught on camera by the Italian navy as it rescues 550 people.
Norway stages 32-hour app term reading
The consumer agency in Norway stages a live reading of app terms and conditions lasting over 30 hours in protest against their "absurd" length.
Clinton blamed over email security
The state department finds Hillary Clinton and other former secretaries of state are at fault for poorly managing email security, an audit shows.
Swiss Muslims must shake teacher's hand
Students in Switzerland must shake their teachers' hands, after controversy around an exemption that was granted for two teenage Muslim brothers.
Florence's Arno riverbank collapses
A section of the embankment of the River Arno in central Florence collapses, sending part of the road and at least 20 cars into a newly formed ditch.
Afghan Taliban announce new leader
The Afghan Taliban name Mawlawi Hibatullah Akhundzada as their new leader following the death of Mullah Mansour in a drone strike.
IMF holds back on Greek debt relief deal
The International Monetary Fund announces it is not yet ready to join the EU's latest bailout for Greece, saying it wants details of a debt relief deal.
Anger over Tsai 'erratic and single' article
An article on Chinese state media that said Taiwan's new leader Tsai Ing-wen has an "extremist style" because she is single prompts outrage online.
Protests turn violent at Trump rally
Protests outside a Donald Trump rally in the New Mexico city of Albuquerque turn violent as demonstrators throw bottles and clash with police.
Netflix faces quota on EU-made content
On-demand video streaming services face a call that at least 20% of the catalogues they offer to EU subscribers should be made locally.
Woman fights deceased daughter egg case
A 60-year-old woman who wants to use her late daughter's frozen eggs to give birth to her own grandchild is continuing her legal battle.
VIDEO: Who is the new Taliban leader?
The Afghan Taliban have announced Mawlawi Hibatullah Akhundzada as its new leader to replace Mullah Akhtar Mansour who was killed in a US drone strike.
VIDEO: Storm-chasers film Kansas tornados
A news crew has been filming tornados outside Dodge City in Kansas. At least two people were injured in severe storms.
VIDEO: Sinkhole swallows cars in Florence
Parked cars have fallen into a 200m-long hole which opened up on the Arno river bank in Florence.
VIDEO: Violence after New Mexico Trump rally
Authorities have fired pepper spray and used smoke grenades at violent protests outside a Donald Trump rally in New Mexico on Tuesday night.
VIDEO: What's the significance of Falluja?
Following the United States and Iraqi military attacks against Islamic State in Falluja, the BBC's Paul Adams examines the bloody past of the troubled city.
VIDEO: 'No food, no water' at Idomeni camp
Thousands of stranded migrants are being evacuated from the makeshift Idomeni camp on Greece's northern border with Macedonia.
VIDEO: Obama beatboxes for Vietnamese rapper
US President Barack Obama briefly beatboxed before an impromptu performance by Vietnamese rapper Suboi as he took part in a meeting in Ho Chi Minh City.
Will Greek debt deal change anything?
Will the latest deal on Greece's debt change anything or does it just delay dealing with the real problem, asks the BBC's Andrew Walker.

Yahoo World News

Japan PM protests Okinawa crime to Obama, who promises cooperation

U.S. President Barack Obama attends a press conference with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe after a bilateral meeting during the 2016 Ise-Shima G7 Summit in Shima, JapanBy Minami Funakoshi and Kiyoshi Takenaka ISE-SHIMA, Japan (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe protested to U.S. President Barack Obama on Wednesday about the killing of a young woman in Okinawa which has reignited resentment of the heavy U.S. military presence on the southern Japanese island. Obama, joining Abe ahead of a Group of Seven summit, expressed regrets over the killing for which a U.S. base worker has been charged. "As Japanese prime minister, I protested sternly to President Obama over the recent incident in Okinawa," Abe told a news conference, flanked by the president ahead of a Group of Seven summit meeting starting on Thursday.

Belgian police detain four on suspicion of belonging to terrorist group
Belgian police searched houses in the city of Antwerp on Wednesday and detained four people on suspicion of belonging to a terrorist group and trying to drum up recruits to fight with Islamist militants in Syria or Libya, state prosecutors said. Two were formally arrested while the other two were given a conditional release. "They are suspected of trying to recruit individuals to travel to conflict zones in Syria or Libya," a prosecutors' statement said.
Russia's Putin pardons Ukrainian pilot, sends her home in prisoner swap

Ukrainian President Poroshenko makes statement with Ukrainian servicewoman Savchenko in KievBy Maria Tsvetkova and Pavel Polityuk MOSCOW/KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian military pilot Nadiya Savchenko arrived home to scenes of jubilation on Wednesday after her release by Russia in a prisoner swap and she promptly offered to fight again for Kiev in its conflict with pro-Russian separatists. Savchenko's handover, in return for two Russian prisoners - had been demanded by the West and was cast as a humanitarian gesture by Russian President Vladimir Putin a few weeks before the European Union decides whether to extend sanctions against Russia imposed over its support of the rebels. Savchenko, 35, barefoot - it was unclear why - and wearing a T-shirt depicting the Ukrainian coat of arms, emerged from the terminal at Kiev's Boryspil airport to cries of "hero" from a crowd of supporters, among them her sister and mother.

New Afghan Taliban leader was compromise candidate: sources

Taliban new leader Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada is seen in an undated photograph, posted on a Taliban twitter feed and identified separately by several Taliban officials, who declined be named.By Jibran Ahmad PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - Haibatullah Akhundzada, the Islamic legal scholar appointed leader of the Afghan Taliban on Wednesday, was not the obvious choice when senior members of the militant movement gathered to appoint a new "emir". The "shura", or leadership council, was convened in haste after leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour was killed by a U.S. drone strike in Pakistan on Saturday, presenting the Taliban with their second succession in less than a year. Unlike a similar meeting held last July, when an important faction walked out in protest, delegates agreed on the choice of Akhundzada, said Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid.

Top Shi'ite cleric urges restraint in assault on Iraq's Falluja

Iraqi federal police advance towards FallujaBy Maher Chmaytelli BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's top Shi'ite Muslim cleric urged government and allied Shi'ite militia forces fighting to retake Falluja from Islamic State militants to spare trapped civilians amid reports of a budding humanitarian crisis in the city. Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani's appeal reflected concerns that a large civilian death toll in the battle for the mainly Sunni Muslim city could kindle increased sectarian strife in Iraq. The Baghdad government has been led by Shi'ites since the 2003 fall of Saddam Hussein, a member of the Sunni minority.

Exclusive: EU launches contingency talks for Brexit vote - sources

A woman hands out leaflets to stay in Europe, in LondonBy Gabriela Baczynska BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union officials and diplomats launched a round of confidential discussions this week to prepare a coordinated response to a possible British vote to leave the bloc next month, EU sources told Reuters on Wednesday. Senior diplomats from founding powers Germany and France, as well as several other countries, met on Monday for talks chaired by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker's chief of staff, Martin Selmayr, several sources said. Another said the aim was not to prepare the unprecedented negotiations that will be needed to unpick 43 years of British EU membership but to coordinate what kind of first response, especially what communication strategy, would be needed in the hours and days after a Leave vote in the June 23 referendum.

Belgian police arrest four, find 'traces' of terror attack plot

Belgian police officers stand guard near Maelbeek - Maalbeek subway station in Brussels on March 23, 2016, a day after triple bomb attacks in the Belgian capitalBrussels (AFP) - Police found "traces" of a plot to launch a new attack in Belgium when they arrested four people suspected of recruiting jihadists for Syria and Libya, prosecutors said Wednesday.

Top Asian News 6:28 p.m. GMT
SHIMA, Japan (AP) — President Barack Obama said Wednesday he plans to use his historic visit to Hiroshima with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to reflect on the suffering of war and the need to take steps to prevent it. Abe said he had no plans to reciprocate Obama's gesture by paying his own visit to Pearl Harbor. Obama's opened his trip to Japan with much intrigue about his upcoming stop in the city where the U.S. dropped the first atomic bomb. But that first-ever visit by a sitting American president was caught up in the controversy in Japan over the recent arrest of a former Marine in connection with the murder of a Japanese woman in Okinawa.
Little-known extremist cleric chosen to lead Afghan Taliban

In this undated and unknown location photo, the new leader of Taliban fighters, Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada poses for a portrait. The Afghan Taliban confirmed on Wednesday that their leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour was killed in a U.S. drone strike last week and that they have appointed a successor - a scholar known for extremist views who is unlikely to back a peace process with Kabul. (Afghan Islamic Press via AP)KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A little-known extremist cleric was chosen Wednesday to be the new leader of the Afghan Taliban, just days after a U.S. drone strike killed his predecessor.

Belgian authorities detain 4 suspected IS recruiters, say they may have planned new attacks
BRUSSELS (AP) — Belgian authorities detain 4 suspected IS recruiters, say they may have planned new attacks.
Car bomb kills three security force members in Turkey's mainly Kurdish region
A car bomb attack on a gendarmes station in Turkey's mainly Kurdish southeast killed three members of the security forces and wounded three others on Wednesday, Interior Ministry officials said. The dead included a soldier and two village guards who belong to a state-backed militia that fights Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) rebels along with soldiers and special police units, security sources said. The PKK has waged a 31-year campaign for greater autonomy in the region.
Turkish official: Kurdish rebel car bombing kills 3
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — A Turkish official says a car bombing by Kurdish rebels against a gendarmerie station near the Syrian border has killed three people.
New cloud formation discovery may lessen warming forecast

In this Oct. 29, 2013 photo, provided by European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), the CLOUD experiment simulation chamber at the European Center for Nuclear Research, or CERN, outside of Geneva, Switzerland. That’s where scientists have found a new natural process for cloud formation, which may that future global warming may not be quite as hot as some of the worst predictions. (Maximilien Brice/European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) via AP)WASHINGTON (AP) — A new discovery about how clouds form may scale back some of the more dire predictions about temperature increases caused by man-made global warming.

The Latest: Bourgue inspired by Muhammad Ali at French Open

France’s Mathias Bourgue returns in his second round match of the French Open tennis tournament against Britain's Andy Murray at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris, France, Wednesday, May 25, 2016. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)PARIS (AP) — The Latest on the French Open (all times local):

UN's Ban wants to ramp up Yemen peace effort

Pro-government forces stand on a tank during clashes with Shiite Huthi militants in Al-Karsh in Yemen's southern Lahj province on May 13, 2016UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is proposing a plan to beef up the UN mediation in Yemen to overcome deep differences in peace talks, according to a letter obtained by AFP on Wednesday. Ban outlined his proposal in a letter to the Security Council just before UN envoy Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed was to report to the council's 15 members on the peace talks he is leading in Kuwait. "While both sides have committed to reaching agreements in Kuwait, there remain deep differences between the two sides which will need to be overcome in order to achieve a successful outcome," Ban wrote.

US probes e-commerce giant Alibaba's accounting practices
WASHINGTON (AP) — Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba says U.S. regulators are investigating its accounting practices.
UN ends sanctions on Liberia

Soldiers of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) patrol polling stations in Monrovia during parliamentary elections on December 20, 2014The last remaining United Nations sanctions on Liberia were lifted on Wednesday in a decision the United States called a tangible sign of progress in the West African country. The UN Security Council voted unanimously to lift an arms embargo on non-state groups that was imposed 13 years ago to support a peace deal that ended a devastating war. It was the last punitive measure in force from a sweeping series of sanctions that had included travel bans, assets freezes and a ban on lumber and diamond exports.

Puerto Rico clears first hurdle with committee vote

House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Rep. Rob Bishop, R-Utah, speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 25, 2016, during the committee's markup hearing on H.R. 5278, Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)WASHINGTON (AP) — A bipartisan deal to help Puerto Rico manage its crippling finances cleared its first hurdle Wednesday with approval from a Republican-led House committee.

Rosberg ignores possibility of history ahead of Monaco Grand Prix

Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg during a press conference at the Monaco street circuit in Monte-Carlo on May 25, 2016Nico Rosberg stuck to the professional sportsman's most stubbornly-used credo on Wednesday, when he denied he was even thinking about equalling any records ahead of this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix. The championship-leading German, who holds a 34-point advantage in the drivers' title race, has won the last three Monaco races and has a chance to do something on Sunday only previously achieved by Ayrton Senna. The great Brazilian won five in a row from 1989 -- and six in all â and Rosberg, with a fourth consecutive win, would pull clear of Frenchman Alain Prost and Briton Damon Hill if he is successful.

Colombians rally to demand missing journalists' safe return

Demonstrators hold signs to demand the release of three journalists who are believe to have been taken hostage, during a sit-in in Bogota, Colombia, Wednesday, May 25, 2016. Salud Hernandez-Mora, correspondent in Colombia for Spain's El Mundo and columnist for the Bogota daily El Tiempo, as well as Diego D'Pablos and Carlos Melo, journalists at the local TV network RCN, are reported missing on the northeastern Colombia's border with Venezuela, a mountainous area dominated by leftist rebels and drug-traffickers. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — Dozens of people have gathered in Colombia's capital to demand the safe return of three journalists believed to be held by leftist rebels.

BBC Sports News

Image rights hold up Mourinho deal
Negotiations over image rights delay a deal to appoint Jose Mourinho as the new Manchester United manager
Benitez stays as Newcastle manager
Rafael Benitez is staying as Newcastle United manager after signing a new three-year contract at the relegated club.
Murray survives epic five-set battle
Andy Murray fights back to beat wildcard Mathias Bourgue and secure his place in the French Open third round.
Sayers mulled Rio boycott over Russia
British javelin record holder Goldie Sayers says she has considered pulling out of Rio 2016 if Russia are allowed to compete.
No tension with Rosberg - Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton says he feels no tension with Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg despite their crash together at the previous race in Spain.
Panesar opens up about mental illness
England's Monty Panesar reveals he has learned to accept he needs medication to help him deal with mental illness.
Select Mourinho's Man Utd starting XI
We want you to select Jose Mourinho's starting XI from the current squad and the many players Manchester United have been linked with.
The 7ft Kiwi becoming NBA's breakout star
Handlebar moustache, 7ft tall and game-winning moments - Oklahoma City Thunder's Steven Adams is becoming the star of the NBA play-offs
Watson outclassed by Kuznetsova in Paris
Heather Watson loses to 13th seed Svetlana Kuznetsova as Britain's interest in the French Open women's singles ends.
Lancaster on GB cycling review panel
Former England rugby union coach Stuart Lancaster will take part in the independent review into the culture at British Cycling.
VIDEO: SLS2: Magic Weekend 2016 round-up
Tanya Arnold is joined by Jamie Peacock to discuss Magic Weekend, and talks to Mark Foster about the event's future.
Chicherova 'shock' at positive retest
Olympic medallist Anna Chicherova vows to clear her name after learning she is one of 14 Russian athletes to fail a doping retest.
Uncapped Daly & Parris in England squad
Rachel Daly and Nikita Parris are included in the England women squad to play Serbia next month.
Ireland omit Madigan and McCloskey
Ian Madigan and Stuart McCloskey are left out of Ireland's 32-man squad for the Test series against South Africa.
Pros at Olympics 'ridiculous' - Tyson
Mike Tyson says it would be "ridiculous" and "foolish" to allow professional boxers at the Olympics and says they would lose to amateurs.
Waldrom to miss final with knee injury
Exeter Chiefs forward Thomas Waldrom will miss the Premiership final with a knee ligament injury, the club confirms.
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VIDEO: Inside infamous Moscow anti-doping lab
Dan Roan is granted rare behind-the-scenes access to the discredited Moscow laboratory at the centre of the Russian doping scandal.
VIDEO: McIlroy masterclass for N Ireland squad
Northern Ireland's Euro 2016-bound footballers are given a golfing clinic by four-time major winner Rory McIlroy.
Giggs: Should he stay at Man Utd or leave?
Manchester United assistant manager Ryan Giggs is considering his future at the club after being made an offer to stay.

BBC Americas News

Clinton blamed over email security
The state department finds Hillary Clinton and other former secretaries of state are at fault for poorly managing email security, an audit shows.
US states oppose transgender edict
Eleven US states file a lawsuit challenging the Obama administration's recent efforts to expand the rights of transgender students.
Disney's film trailer 'most watched'
A teaser for Disney's new live-action version of Beauty and the Beast became the most-viewed such clip of all time with 91.8 hits in its first 24 hours, the Hollywood Reporter says.
Protests turn violent at Trump rally
Protests outside a Donald Trump rally in the New Mexico city of Albuquerque turn violent as demonstrators throw bottles and clash with police.
US seeks death penalty for church attack
The US justice department seeks the death penalty in the case of the Charleston church shooting which claimed nine lives last year.
More young Americans 'living with parents'
Living with a parent is now the most common young adult living arrangement in the US, new research suggests.
Cosby to stand trial in sex assault case
Actor and comedian Bill Cosby could face up to 10 years in prison after being ordered to stand trial on charges of sexual assault.
Clinton and Trump sharpen their attacks
US presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have sharpened their attacks as they both turn their attention to the general election.
Evolutionary engineer wins tech prize
US biochemical engineer Frances Arnold takes the million-euro Millennium Technology Prize for pioneering 'directed evolution'.
US murder trial broke race law
Supreme Court rule in favour of black death row inmate, finding that Georgia prosecutors unlawfully excluded potential black jurors from his trial.
VIDEO: Obama beatboxes for Vietnamese rapper
US President Barack Obama briefly beatboxed before an impromptu performance by Vietnamese rapper Suboi as he took part in a meeting in Ho Chi Minh City.
VIDEO: Storm-chasers film Kansas tornados
A news crew has been filming tornados outside Dodge City in Kansas. At least two people were injured in severe storms.
VIDEO: Violence after New Mexico Trump rally
Authorities have fired pepper spray and used smoke grenades at violent protests outside a Donald Trump rally in New Mexico on Tuesday night.
VIDEO: 'Vietnam and the US are partners'
US President Barack Obama sets out his plan for a stronger relationship with Vietnam, a day after lifting a ban on arms sales.
VIDEO: Officer cleared over Freddie Gray death
A police officer in Baltimore is cleared of all charges in the case of Freddie Gray, a black man whose death in custody triggered days of protests.
VIDEO: What next for Obama in Vietnam?
President Obama continues his journey to Vietnam, a day after he announced the lifting of a decades-old embargo on the sale of weapons to the country.
VIDEO: Bouncing lowriders paraded through streets
Around 100 classic cars were driven through Santa Fe as part of a celebration of lowriders.
VIDEO: Katy Perry in dispute over LA convent sale
Pop star Katy Perry is locked in a battle with a group of elderly nuns over the sale of a convent in Los Angeles.
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.
Alibaba investigated by US regulators
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is being investigated by US regulators over its accounting practices.

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SUNNY Wednesday, 25 May 2016
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