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BBC World News

Zuma vows to end xenophobic attacks
President Jacob Zuma visits migrant workers who have fled xenophobic attacks, saying the violence goes against South African values and must end.
Pope calls for more help on migrants
Pope Francis urges the EU and international community to do more to tackle the rising number of migrants making desperate journeys across the Med.
Publisher sued over Goebbels diaries
The estate of Adolf Hitler's Nazi propaganda chief, Joseph Goebbels, is suing a publisher for royalties for the use of extracts from his diaries.
Nigeria 'mystery disease' kills 18
A "mysterious" disease has killed at least 18 people in the past several days in south-eastern Nigeria, local officials say.
I will miss Top Gear, says Clarkson
Jeremy Clarkson says he will miss hosting Top Gear, in his first comment since he was dropped from the BBC show.
Police 'foil Melbourne terror plot'
Australian police charge a teenager in connection with what they say was an Islamic State-inspired plot to attack a World War One centenary event.
Saudis meet Yemen aid call
Saudi Arabia, which is leading an air campaign against rebels in Yemen, has pledged the $274m (£183m; €255m) in aid to the country called for by the UN.
Many dead in Afghanistan bank blast
Islamic State says it carried out a suicide bomb attack that killed at least 33 people and injured 100 in the east Afghan city of Jalalabad.
Tributes to Everest avalanche dead
Tributes are paid in Nepal and climbing is suspended to mark the anniversary of an avalanche on Everest that killed 16 sherpas.
UK archbishop visits Egyptian leaders
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby travels to Egypt for a "visit of condolence" following the beheading of 21 Coptic Christians in Libya earlier this year.
VIDEO: Johannesburg shop owners tell of attack
Two shop owners who hid in the back of their shop in Johannesburg as it was attacked by a mob have been speaking about their fears.
VIDEO: Replica French warship to sail Atlantic
An exact replica of an 18th Century French frigate has set sail on its maiden voyage - recreating a transatlantic journey to America.
VIDEO: A look around Everest's base camp
Thomas Martienssen gives a tour of the facilities at Everest's base camp as hundreds prepare to make a bid for the summit.
VIDEO: Sperm whale filmed 'doing laps'
A sperm whale surprises scientists carrying our research in the Gulf of Mexico as it circulates their equipment.
VIDEO: Afghanistan blast leaves many dead
At least 33 people have been killed and 100 injured in a suicide bomb attack in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad.
VIDEO: 'I was rescued from migrant boat'
A 21-year-old student from Eritrea talks about his hopes for the future after being rescued from migrant boat bound for Italy.
VIDEO: Spending the day queuing in Venezuela
Venezuela has the biggest oil reserves in the world, yet its economy is in crisis.
VIDEO: Music and candles at Cologne service
A memorial service for the victims of last month's Alps plane crash is being held in Cologne Cathedral.
Three Republican 'colonels' plot their coup
What do Senators Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio have in common? They're young, hungry and ready to be president - never mind the party establishment's wishes.
High cost for Bangladesh war closure
The reverberations of the Bangladeshi war of independence in 1971 are still creating big Islamic turmoil in the world’s third-most populous Muslim nation.

Yahoo World News

Afghan blast kills 33; president blames Islamic State

People run for cover after an explosion in JalalabadBy Rafiq Sherzad JALALABAD, Afghanistan (Reuters) - A suicide bomber in Afghanistan's eastern city of Jalalabad killed 33 people and injured more than 100 on Saturday, setting off a blast outside a bank where government workers collect salaries, the city's police chief said. President Ashraf Ghani blamed Islamic State militants, without giving further detail. If true, it would be the first such major attack carried out by the group in Afghanistan, marking a significant step in its expansion into South Asia. Up until now militants claiming allegiance to Islamic State in Afghanistan have been widely identified as former Taliban fighters disillusioned with their leadership.

Greece wants EU/IMF deal but impasse could bring referendum: deputy PM

Greek Prime Minister Tsipras talks to Deputy Prime Minister Dragasakis during the first meeting of new cabinet post elections in the parliament building in AthensGreece aims for a deal with its creditors over a reforms package but will not retreat from its red lines, the country's deputy prime minister told the Sunday newspaper To Vima, not ruling out a referendum or early polls if talks reach an impasse. Athens is stuck in negotiations with its euro zone partners and the International Monetary Fund over economic reforms required by the lenders to unlock remaining bailout aid. "Our objective is a viable solution inside the euro," Yannis Dragasakis told the paper. The aim is (to reach) an agreement." Greece is quickly running out of cash and in the next few weeks may face a choice of either paying salaries and pensions or paying back loans from the International Monetary Fund.

Car bomb kills three outside U.S. consulate in Iraq's Kurdish capital

Emergency workers gather at the scene of a car bombBy Isabel Coles ERBIL (Reuters) - A car bombing claimed by the Islamic State killed three people on Friday outside the U.S. consulate in Erbil, in a relatively rare attack in the capital of Iraq's Kurdistan region. No U.S. personnel were hurt in the blast, according to the U.S. State Department, which said a "vehicle-borne improvised explosive device" exploded right outside the entrance to the heavily fortified compound. Iraq's Kurdish region is an important partner for the U.S.-led coalition in its campaign to "degrade and destroy" the Islamic State group, which overran large parts of Iraq last summer and threatened to reach Erbil.

Iraqi forces retake most of Baiji refinery from Islamic State

A view is seen of Baiji oil refineryIraqi forces retook most of the country's largest refinery from Islamic State on Saturday, officials said, reversing gains by the militants who seized parts of the sprawling complex in northern Iraq this week. A spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State said troops had recaptured all of Baiji refinery at 11:30 GMT (7.30 a.m. EDT), but officials in Salahuddin, the province where it is located, said there was still fighting around some facilities. The Baiji refinery produced around 175,000 barrels per day before it shut in June when Islamic State fighters seized it at the same time as the city of Mosul. Iraqi forces retook it from militants in November but subsequently lost control again.

Thousands in Germany protest against Europe-U.S. trade deal

People dressed in costumes take part in a demonstration against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) in MunichBy Noah Barkin BERLIN (Reuters) - Thousands of people marched in Berlin, Munich and other German cities on Saturday in protest against a planned free trade deal between Europe and the United States that they fear will erode food, labor and environmental standards. Opposition to the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is particularly high in Germany, in part due to rising anti-American sentiment linked to revelations of U.S. spying and fears of digital domination by firms like Google. A recent YouGov poll showed that 43 percent of Germans believe TTIP would be bad for the country, compared to 26 percent who see it as positive. The level of resistance has taken Chancellor Angela Merkel's government and German industry by surprise, and they are now scrambling to reverse the tide and save a deal which proponents say could add $100 billion in annual economic output on both sides of the Atlantic.

Putin says ready to work with United States: TV

Putin takes part in a live broadcast call-in in MoscowRussia has key interests in common with the United States and needs to work with it on a common agenda, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday in a television interview. In his comments to the state-run Rossiya channel, Putin appeared to soften his anti-American rhetoric after being highly critical. Relations between Moscow and Washington and other Western powers have soured over the conflict in Russia's neighbor Ukraine, sinking to an all-time low. We have a common agenda." Putin has in the past fiercely attacked the United States and the West in general, blaming them for the Ukraine crisis, which Russia says was the result of a Western-backed "coup" against Ukraine's former leader Viktor Yanukovich.

Last 2 Raiders give congressional medal to Ohio museum
CINCINNATI (AP) — The last two "Doolittle Tokyo Raiders" have presented their Congressional Gold Medal for permanent display at a museum in southwest Ohio.
Browne, Langer match record 64s in Greater Gwinnett
DULUTH, Ga. (AP) — Olin Browne shot a tournament-record 8-under 64 to take the Greater Gwinnett Championship lead and still couldn't relax.
Top Asian News at 11:00 p.m. GMT
FAIZABAD, Afghanistan (AP) — A motorcycle-riding suicide bomber attacked a line of people waiting outside a bank Saturday in eastern Afghanistan, killing at least 35 and wounding 125 in an assault the country's president blamed on the Islamic State group. The accusation by President Ashraf Ghani, following local media reporting the Islamic State group's Afghan affiliate claiming the attack, would mark a major escalation in the extremists' nascent campaign of violence in the country.
Mathews wins interim WBA lightweight title
LIVERPOOL, England (AP) — Hometown fighter Derry Mathews won the interim WBA lightweight title after beating Tony Luis of Canada by unanimous decision at Echo Arena on Saturday.
Castroneves earns pole at Long Beach with track record
LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Helio Castroneves will start on the pole for the Grand Prix of Long Beach after setting a track record Saturday during qualifying.
Finance officials see rising risks to economic recovery

International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde, speaks during a news conference after the IMFC meeting at the World Bank-International Monetary Fund annual meetings in Washington, Saturday, April 18, 2015. ( AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)WASHINGTON (AP) — World finance officials said Saturday they see a number of threats on the horizon for a global economy still clawing back from the deepest recession in seven decades, and a potential Greek debt default presents the most immediate risk.

Boko Haram Cameroon attack toll rises to 19, 'many beheaded'

Soldiers of the Chadian army stand guard at the border between Nigeria and Cameroon, some 40 km from Maltam, as part of a military contingent against the armed Islamist group Boko Haram, on January 21, 2015Yaoundé (AFP) - Nineteen people were killed in Thursday night's attack on a Cameroonian village by Nigeria-based Boko Haram militants, a security source said in an updated toll, adding that most of the victims were beheaded. "The final toll from this attack is 19 dead, with a majority of the victims decapitated," a security source said Saturday on condition of anonymity. Security sources had previously said 10 civilians were killed in the cross-border raid on the village of Bia in Cameroon's Far North region. The attack comes after a regional military offensive -- which includes Cameroon -- has claimed a string of successes in their fightback against the Islamist militants in Nigeria in recent weeks.

Swans, Crows unbeaten in Australian Rules
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — The Sydney Swans and Adelaide Crows had comfortable weekend wins to remain unbeaten in the Australian Football League after three rounds.
California revises drought plan after pressure from cities
By Alex Dobuzinskis LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - California water regulators on Saturday revised a still-tentative drought plan by easing cuts for Los Angeles and San Diego and bumping up reduction targets in the areas that consume the most water. With the country's most populous state entering the fourth year of a devastating drought, Governor Jerry Brown has ordered an overall 25 percent cut in urban water use though the first statewide mandatory reductions in California's history. The plan, developed by the state's Water Resources Control Board, is scheduled to be approved in early May, but officials said more fine-tuning could take place before then. "We're not at the point where we can set a single target for everywhere in California, because climates are so different and because we're in an emergency," Felicia Marcus, chair of the State Water Resources Control Board, said in a conference call with reporters.
Replica of French general's historic US independence ship sails again

A replica of the French navy frigate L'Hermione, which played a key role in the American Revolution sets sail on its maiden voyage to the United States from Fouras, southwestern France on April 18, 2015A replica of the 18th century ship that took a French general on his voyage to become a hero of the American war of independence set sail again Saturday, cheered off by thousands of well-wishers and President Francois Hollande. Thousands gathered to wish "bon voyage" to the painstakingly recreated tall ship Hermione, leaving from Ile d'Aix, in southwest France, for the east coast of the United States. The French and American flags were raised on the wooden frigate as it embarked on an Atlantic crossing retracing the voyage 235 years ago of General Lafayette, who won fame for rallying America's rebels fighting for independence from Britain. "The Hermione is a glorious page of our history... thus was sealed one of the finest alliances, a fraternal alliance," Hollande said ahead of the vessel's departure, followed by a rendition of the American national anthem, the "Star Spangled Banner".

Messi scores 400th goal for Barcelona in 2-0 win vs Valencia

FC Barcelona's Lionel Messi from Argentina, center, reacts after scoring against Valencia during a Spanish La Liga soccer match at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Saturday, April 18, 2015. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Lionel Messi set up Luis Suarez's first-minute opener then notched his 400th goal for Barcelona in stoppage time to give the Spanish league leaders a hard-fought 2-0 win over Valencia on Saturday.

Runaway Serie A leader Juventus beats 2nd-place Lazio 2-0

Juventus' Carlos Tevez celebrates after scoring during a Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Lazio at the Juventus stadium, in Turin, Italy, Saturday, April 18, 2015. (AP Photo/Massimo Pinca)MILAN (AP) — Runaway leader Juventus took another important step towards the Serie A title as it eased to a 2-0 win over second-place Lazio on Saturday.

Torrential rain floods Houston before heading toward New Orleans
Torrential rain triggered flooding on the streets of Houston and sent spectators fleeing from a circus south of the Texas city, officials said on Saturday, as the storm system headed east toward Louisiana and neighboring states. The heavy rainfall followed a front that built up along the Gulf Coast, causing moisture to accumulate along it, said Mark Paquette, a meteorologist with Two tornadoes were spotted in rural Yuma County in northeastern Colorado at about 1:30 p.m. local time, according to the weather service. There were no reports of damage, the Yuma County Sheriff's Office said.
Europe is protected from possible Greek problems, France says
It is Greece and not Europe which will be hurt by any problems stemming from the Greek financial situation, because Europe has built buffers to protect itself, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin said on Saturday. So Europe is much stronger. Europe has sheltered itself from turbulence.

BBC Sports News

Reading 1-2 Arsenal
Alexis Sanchez scores twice as FA Cup holders Arsenal move into the 2014-15 final by beating Reading after extra time.
Champion Selby survives major scare

Everton 1-0 Burnley

Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United
Chelsea will be Premier League champions if they win their next two matches after victory over Manchester United.
Hamilton on pole position in Bahrain

Clermont Auvergne 13-9 Saracens
Saracens cannot repeat last year's semi-final win over Clermont as the French side reach the final of the European Champions Cup.
Leicester City 2-0 Swansea City
A revitalised Leicester beat Swansea to move off the bottom of the table for the first time since November.
Trott has earned place - Moores
Jonathan Trott deserves another chance to prove himself as an England opener, says head coach Peter Moores.
Barcelona 2-0 Valencia
Lionel Messi scores his 400th goal for Barcelona as Luis Enrique's team beat Valencia to stay clear of title rivals Real Madrid.
Gloucester 30-19 Exeter
Gloucester score two late tries to beat Exeter and reach their first Challenge Cup final since 2006.
GB's Smith and Thomas win Euro gold
Louis Smith and Great Britain team-mate Kristian Thomas win gold medals at the European Gymnastics Championships.
Phillips gets Football League award
Former England striker Kevin Phillips is to receive the Sir Tom Finney Award at Sunday's Football League Awards.
Bristol City 0-0 Coventry City
Bristol City are crowned League One champions with two games to play, despite being held at home by Coventry City.
Bournemouth 2-2 Sheffield Wednesday
Chris Maguire's injury-time equaliser for Sheffield Wednesday prevents Bournemouth from returning to the top of the Championship.
Reading were ready to die - Wenger
Championship side Reading were "ready to die" for their FA Cup lives, according to Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.
Man Utd in our pockets - Mourinho
Jose Mourinho believes Manchester United's important players were "in Chelsea's pockets" during their 1-0 home win.
Best display of season - Van Gaal
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says his side produced their best performance of the season in the defeat at Chelsea.
GB close in on gold in Eindhoven
Great Britain need a point to win gold at the ice hockey World Championships in Eindhoven after beating Netherlands 3-2.
Leigh 22-18 Salford
Gareth Hock ignores the threat of legal action to face Salford and help Leigh reach the sixth round of the Challenge Cup.
Miley secures Worlds qualification
Hannah Miley earns a World Championship place by winning the 400m individual medley final at the British Championships.

BBC Americas News

Boston bomber 'shouldn't be executed'
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should spend life in prison without parole, write the parents of the youngest victim of Boston marathon attack
Univision cancels Sabado Gigante
Television variety show Sabado Gigante, much loved among Hispanics in the US, is to end after 53 years, network Univision announces.
UK sailors face Canada sex charge
Four members of the Royal Navy have been charged with sexual assault after an alleged incident in Nova Scotia, Canada's military police says.
Rap mogul 'hit-and-run' video shown
A US court releases footage of rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight running over two men with his pick-up truck, as part of a murder case against him.
Doctor Who movie mooted in Sony leak
Plans for a Doctor Who movie and George Clooney's email address are among the details posted on WikiLeaks, following last year's cyber-attack on Sony Pictures.
CBC sackings after Ghomeshi inquiry
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation lets go two executives after an independent report found that management condoned the actions of former radio host Jian Ghomeshi.
Five found dead in Phoenix standoff
Police in Phoenix, Arizona, believe the shooting deaths late on Thursday stemmed from a dispute about a family business.
'Success kid' raises cash for dad
Sam Griner, whose image spawned the 'success kid' meme, is using his fame to raise cash to pay for medical treatment for his father.
Tribeca festival begins in New York
New York's Tribeca Film Festival kicked off on Wednesday with the world premiere of Saturday Night Live documentary, Live from New York!.
Man 'planned to kill US soldiers'
An Ohio man who travelled to Syria to fight with al Nusrah Front has been charged over alleged plans to carry out a terror attack in the US.
VIDEO: Replica French warship to sail Atlantic
An exact replica of an 18th Century French frigate has set sail on its maiden voyage - recreating a transatlantic journey to America.
VIDEO: UK sailors face Canada sex charge
Four members of the Royal Navy have been charged with sexual assault after an alleged incident in Canada.
VIDEO: US pledge over Syria 'chlorine' attack
US ambassador to the UN Samantha Power says those responsible for an apparent chlorine gas attack in north-west Syria will be held accountable.
VIDEO: China 'has more problems than US'
Former US treasury secretary Hank Paulson discusses his new book on China which says the country's problems are underestimated.
VIDEO: Entrepreneur takes massive pay cut
The CEO of a US credit card firm will take a 90 per cent pay cut so that his staff can receive a pay rise.
VIDEO: Asian dog flu strikes Chicago
A rare outbreak of Asian dog flu has reached almost epidemic levels in Chicago.
VIDEO: US navy shows off 'swarming' drones
The US navy develops cannon-launched drones that can "swarm" and carry out co-ordinated attacks.
VIDEO: Ex-NFL player guilty of murder
Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez has been found guilty of the first-degree murder of his friend, Odin Lloyd.
VIDEO: SpaceX rocket crashes into barge
A SpaceX rocket crashes into a floating ocean platform, after hitting it too hard following an attempted landing.
Three Republican 'colonels' plot their coup
What do Senators Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio have in common? They're young, hungry and ready to be president - never mind the party establishment's wishes.

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