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BBC World News

US: Foley beheading video authentic
The White House confirms that a jihadist video showing the beheading of American journalist James Foley is authentic.
Israel strike 'targeted Hamas chief'
Hamas says militant chief Mohammed Deif is alive and leading its response to Israeli air strikes that killed 19 people in Gaza, including his wife and child.
Rain sparks deadly Japan landslides
At least 32 people have been killed in landslides caused by heavy rain that buried houses in Japan's Hiroshima prefecture, officials say.
Liberia troops enforce quarantine
Security forces in Liberia's capital deploy to enforce a quarantine in a large slum area in Monrovia in order to contain the spread of Ebola.
Macy's settles racial profiling cases
One of the most famous names in US retailing, Macy's, pays $650,000 to settle claims that it racially profiled and detained customers.
Fierce fight for east Ukrainian town
Ukrainian government and rebel forces both claim control of a small town after fierce fighting, as fighting claims 34 civilian lives in a day.
Attorney General arrives in Ferguson
The US Attorney General arrives in Ferguson, Missouri, the scene of continuing protests over the police shooting of a black teenager.
India yoga guru BKS Iyengar dies
Legendary Indian yoga guru BKS Iyengar, who developed the Iyengar form of yoga, dies in the western city of Pune aged 95.
Hospital hack 'exploited Heartbleed'
A leading security expert alleges that hackers made use of the Heartbleed flaw to steal the personal details of 4.5 million healthcare patients.
Chan 'sorry' for son's drug arrest
Actor Jackie Chan apologises over his son's arrest on drug-related charges, saying he feels "ashamed" as a public figure and "sad" as a father.
Gandhi murder film sparks protest
Kaum De Heere, a controversial film on the October 1984 assassination of former prime minister Indira Gandhi, is set for release in India on Friday.
India 'man-eating' tiger killed
Forest workers say they have shot dead a tiger blamed for killing seven people in the past six months in western India.
VIDEO: Sad lament of Syrian child brides
There has been a sharp increase in the number of girls under 18, who have fled the conflict in Syria, being forced into early marriages, the United Nations has told the BBC.
VIDEO: Flying a vintage WW2 German plane
The Civil Aviation Agency is consulting on changes which would allow the owners of vintage planes to take paying passengers on flights.
VIDEO: Hacker conference - behind the scenes
From hacking cars to traffic lights - behind the scenes at a cyber-security conference, Def Con.
VIDEO: One-minute World News
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
VIDEO: Life on two wheels: Rio and Nairobi
The BBC looks at what it is like to be a cyclist in Rio de Janeiro and Nairobi.
VIDEO: Bradford rebuilds 2CV French classic
A Bradford company which revamps old Citroen 2CVs says more of the cars are being sold to France.
VIDEO: Barenboim: 'Orchestra must play on'
Conductor Daniel Barenboim speaks to Newsnight's Kirsty Wark about how the situation in Gaza has affected his orchestra of musicians from both sides in the conflict.
VIDEO: China's elite target New York real estate
With Chinese households getting richer, a growing number of people are investing their cash in American real estate.

Yahoo World News

Islamic State video claims to show beheading of U.S. journalist
By Alexander Dziadosz and Michael Georgy BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Islamic State militants posted a video that purported to show the beheading of American journalist James Foley in revenge for U.S. The video, titled "A Message To America," also showed images of another U.S.
Gaza war rages on, Hamas says Israel tried to kill its military chief

Smoke rises following what witnesses said was an Israeli air strike in GazaBy Nidal al-Mughrabi and Maayan Lubell GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - An Israeli air strike in Gaza killed the wife and infant son of Hamas's military leader, Mohammed Deif, the group said, calling it an attempt to assassinate him after a ceasefire collapsed. Palestinians launched more than 130 rockets, mainly at southern Israel, with some intercepted by the Iron Dome anti-missile system, the military said. Israeli aircraft have carried out 80 strikes in the Gaza Strip since Tuesday, "targeting terror sites", the military said. Hamas and medical officials said 19 people died in the latest Israeli raids, including Deif's wife and seven-month-old son.

Street battles in eastern Ukraine town kill nine: ministry

Ukrainian servicemen sit atop an armoured personnel carrier as they are transported to a military base in the eastern Ukrainian town of KramatorskBy Richard Balmforth KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian forces fought street battles with separatist rebels in the eastern town of Ilovaisk overnight into Wednesday as they sought to isolate rebel strongholds near the Russian border, an Interior Ministry official said. Nine pro-Ukrainian volunteer fighters, supporting Kiev's forces, were killed in the fighting in Ilovaisk, which lies part way along the road from Donetsk, the region's main hub, and the border with Russia, the official, Anton Gerashchenko, said. Separately, health authorities said 34 civilians had been killed as a result of fighting in the 24 hours up to noon Wednesday in the wider Donetsk region, one of two big provinces of Ukraine's industrial east. Local authorities in the big eastern city of Luhansk said the city rocked with the crash of artillery fire and heavy automatic fire on Wednesday as government forces kept up an assault on rebels who have occupied key buildings there since April, when the separatist rebellions erupted.

Pakistan cleric's supporters attempt to blockade parliament, but MPs escape

Supporters of Mohammad Tahir ul-Qadri, Sufi cleric and leader of political party Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), sleep at the entrance of the parliament house in IslamabadBy Katharine Houreld and Syed Raza Hassan ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Thousands of Pakistani protesters tried to blockade parliament on Wednesday after an anti-government cleric told them not to allow anyone in or out, with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif inside at the time, but the lawmakers left by a back entrance. The protesters have taken to the streets of Islamabad for five days, led by cricket star turned opposition leader Imran Khan and cleric Tahir ul-Qadri, who runs a network of Islamic schools and charities. The Supreme Court summoned both to appear before the court on Thursday. Its civilian government is struggling to assert its authority after decades when the country swung between democracy and military rule.

Exclusive: Brazil's PSDB party would support Silva in runoff

File photo of former Senator Silva attending a plenary voting session of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal in BrasiliaBy Brian Winter SAO PAULO (Reuters) - The Brazilian Social Democracy Party (PSDB), the country's biggest opposition group, would formally support environmentalist Marina Silva in a runoff vote for the presidency if its own candidate fails to qualify, a party source told Reuters. Such an alliance would reduce President Dilma Rousseff's chances of winning a second term by bringing together large, disparate groups of voters who are clamoring for change after more than a decade of Workers' Party rule. "Brazil needs a change, a renewal. It cannot tolerate four more years" under Rousseff, the well-placed PSDB source said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Chinese police arrest three for deadly auto parts factory blast

Firefighter trucks are seen next to a damaged building after an explosion at a factory in ZhoushanChinese police have arrested three people in connection with an explosion at an auto parts plant that killed 75 people in China's worst industrial accident in a year, state media said on Wednesday. The three were Wu Chi-tao, chairman of Kunshan Zhongrong Metal Products Co. Ltd, the company that owned the workshop, and the company's general manager and a manager in charge of workplace safety, state news agency Xinhua said. Kunshan Zhongrong's safety facilities were insufficient, the working environment was bad and production methods were illegal, Xinhua said earlier, citing the investigation's initial results. A room filled with metal dust exploded this month in the eastern province of Jiangsu at the Kunshan Zhongrong factory that polishes wheel hubs for car makers, including General Motors Co, killing 75 people and injuring 185.

Tourists evacuated amid Iceland volcano concerns

FILE This is a Saturday May 8 2010 file image taken from video of a column of ash rising from Iceland's Eyjafjallajokul volcano. It was reported Tueday Aug. 19, 2014 that thousands of small intense earthquakes are rocking Iceland amid concerns that one of the country’s volcanoes may be close to erupting. Iceland has raised its aviation alert level for the risk of a possible volcanic eruption to orange _ the second-most severe level. The alert is worrisome because of the chaos that followed the April 2010 eruption of Eyjafjallajokul, when more than 100,000 flights were cancelled because volcanic ash floating in the atmosphere is considered an aviation safety hazard. (AP Photo/ APTN) **LONDON (AP) — Authorities have evacuated tourists from an area north of Iceland's largest glacier amid increased seismic activity around a volcano in the past few days.

Thousands mourn slain wife, baby of Hamas commander

Relatives of 27-year-old Widad Deif, the wife of Hamas's military commander Mohammed Deif, carry her body during her funeral procession at the Jabaliya refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip on August 20, 2014Several thousand mourners poured onto Gaza streets Wednesday to bury the wife and baby son of Hamas's military chief Mohammed Deif, angrily demanding revenge against Israel and firing shots into the air. Wrapped in green Hamas flags, they were then carried to the cemetery, along with the flag-wrapped bodies of two men killed in an air strike Wednesday on a motorcycle, both presumed Hamas militants. "Revenge, revenge, revenge!" shouted the crowd as they waved Hamas flags and denounced the killing of the second wife and infant son of Deif, head of the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades. "We ask Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades to avenge this killing, this massacre," said a 22-year-old mourner who gave his name as Mohammed.

Global cruise lines set sail for China

In this Monday Aug. 4, 2014 photo, Chinese tourists on board the Princess Cruises ship Diamond Princess off the coast of Fukuoka, Japan. Cruise operators have traditionally sent older vessels to developing countries while saving their most advanced ships for U.S. and European customers. But surging growth in China means it’s a market operators can no longer ignore. The race for China underscores the growing strength of the leisure and travel industries in the world’s No. 2 economy as authorities try to spur domestic spending rather than trade and investment as an engine of growth. (AP Photo) CHINA OUTHONG KONG (AP) — Royal Caribbean's newest ship has attractions not usually seen on cruise liners, including bumper cars, a skydiving simulator and a glass observation capsule on a mechanical arm that lifts its passengers high into the air.

UAE ruler approves sweeping counter-terrorism law
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The ruler of the United Arab Emirates has approved a sweeping new counter-terrorism law that strengthens existing laws against money laundering, while also expanding penalties to include the death penalty, life imprisonment and fines of up to $27 million.
Clashes in Liberia slum sealed off to halt Ebola

Liberia security forces in riot gear, blockade an area near the West Point Ebola center as the government clamps down on the movement of people to prevent the spread of the Ebola virus in the city of Monrovia, Liberia, Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014. Security forces deployed Wednesday to enforce a quarantine around a slum in the Liberian capital, stepping up the government’s fight to stop the spread of Ebola and unnerving residents.(AP Photo/Abbas Dulleh)MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — Hundreds of residents of a seaside slum in Liberia's capital clashed with security forces Wednesday to protest an armed blockade of the peninsula that is their neighborhood as part of the government's desperate efforts to stop the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.

Thousands of armed rebels flood Yemen capital

Yemeni protesters march during a demonstration organized by the Shiite Huthi movement to demand the government to rescind a decision to curb fuel subsidies on August 20, 2014, some 10 kilometres (six miles) from Sanaa International AirportThousands of armed Shiite rebels in Yemen strengthened their positions in the capital Sanaa on Wednesday as they pressed their campaign to force the government to resign, AFP correspondents witnessed. The rebels have been fighting an off-conflict with government troops in the northern mountains for the past decade but analysts warned their bid for a greater share of power in a promised new federal Yemen was creating a potentially explosive situation. The Zaidi Shiites are the minority community in mainly Sunni Yemen but they form the majority in the northern highlands, including the Sanaa region. In a bid to stem the crisis, President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi called for dialogue with the rebels and invited representatives to join a "unity government".

Juan Smith to make test return for South Africa
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Flanker Juan Smith will make his return to test rugby with South Africa 18 months after being forced to retire because of a chronic injury.
Pakistan's army chief wants mass protests settled

Supporters of anti-government cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri block an entrance of the parliament, seen in background, during a protest at Islamabad's high-security Red Zone in Islamabad, Pakistan, Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014. Jubilant anti-government demonstrators in Pakistan are claiming victory after tearing down barricades and occupying a key road outside Parliament, where they are demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. (AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)ISLAMABAD (AP) — Officials in Pakistan say the country's powerful army chief has asked the government to hold negotiations with protesters to settle a mass demonstration outside parliament.

Another American hostage at risk by Islamic State

FILE - This undated file still image from video released April 7, 2011, by GlobalPost, shows James Foley of Rochester, N.H., a freelance contributor for GlobalPost, in Benghazi, Libya. In a horrifying act of revenge for U.S. airstrikes in northern Iraq, militants with the Islamic State extremist group have beheaded Foley — and are threatening to kill another hostage, U.S. officials say. (AP Photo/GlobalPost, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — In a horrifying act of revenge for U.S. airstrikes in northern Iraq, militants with the Islamic State extremist group have beheaded American journalist James Foley — and are threatening to kill another hostage, U.S. officials say. Even so, the U.S. military pressed ahead with its campaign, conducting nearly a dozen airstrikes in Iraq since Tuesday.

Top Asian News at 4:00 p.m. GMT
ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistani lawmakers met Wednesday as tens of thousands of protesters thronged outside parliament calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif over alleged voting fraud. Sharif and other lawmakers entered the building through a back exit connected to the heavily guarded premier's office after the protesters torn down barricades late Tuesday and entered the so-called "Red Zone" housing parliament and other key government buildings.
Lawyer says arrested Americans under suicide watch
BALI, Indonesia (AP) — A lawyer says an American couple arrested on suspicion of murdering the woman's mother on Indonesia's tourist island of Bali are being held under a suicide watch.
Has Hamas military chief, Mohammed Deif, escaped death again?
By Nidal al-Mughrabi and Maayan Lubell GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Mohammed Deif, the shadowy leader of Hamas's armed wing in Gaza, appears to have narrowly survived a fifth attempt to assassinate him, allowing the mastermind of the six-week war on Israel to pursue the conflict from his network of tunnels. Badly hurt in repeated attacks over the past decade, Deif is believed to spend most of his time underground, overseeing the winding tunnels that have been painstakingly built over the past six years and were used to burrow into and attack Israel. Deif was not there, according to Hamas, but his current whereabouts were not clear. Hamas's military wing said it would "make an important announcement" later on Wednesday, but did not mention Deif.
Pope: Thanks for prayers for my family's grief

Pope Francis wears skullcaps given by faithful at the end of his weekly general audience in the Paul VI hall, at the Vatican, Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014. (AP Photo/Riccardo De Luca)VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis expressed thanks on Wednesday for the prayers and condolences he has received following the death of his nephew's wife and their two young boys in a car crash in the pontiff's native Argentina.

Obama to make statement 12:45 pm EDT (1645 GMT): White House
EDGARTOWN Mass. (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will make a statement at 12:45 p.m. EDT (1645 GMT), the White House said on Wednesday. The statement is in reaction to a video showing the execution of an American journalist by Islamic State. (Reporting by Steve Holland and Mark Felsenthal in Washington; Editing by Jim Loney)

BBC Sports News

Celtic rallied after reprieve - Deila

Barcelona transfer ban appeal fails
Barcelona cannot sign players until 2016 once the current transfer window shuts, after Fifa reject their appeal over a ban.
The only Englishman in Spain's elite
Charlie I'Anson, a 21-year-old from Luton, might have been facing Lionel Messi this weekend - a far cry from his early days at Grimsby.
Teenagers pedalling out of poverty

Wednesday's gossip column
Muller rejects "astronomical" Man Utd approach, AC Milan deny talk of Liverpool bid for Balotelli, and Jack Wilshere's double.
Clegg pulls out of IPC championships
Libby Clegg pulls out of the IPC Athletics European Championships in Swansea because of a viral infection.
Swansea complete deal for Fernandez
Swansea City sign Argentina World Cup defender Federico Fernandez from Italian side Napoli for an undisclosed fee.
Australia wins Juddmonte at York
Favourite Australia cruises to a two-and-a-half length win in the Juddmonte International at York's Ebor Festival.
Phelps can swim faster, says coach
Michael Phelps returned to competition because he believes he can swim faster than ever, his coach Bob Bowman says.
Ramsey red unbelievable - Wenger

GB's basketballers live on '£15 a day'
GB forward Kieron Achara and his team-mates are existing on "£15 a day" as they try to reach the European Championships.
Lotterer to race for Caterham at Spa
Andre Lotterer, a three-time Le Mans winner with Audi, will make his grand prix debut for Caterham at Spa this weekend.
Burns moves up to light-welterweight
Former WBO champion Ricky Burns moves up to the light-welterweight division and sets his sights on a third world title.
Murray seeded eighth for US Open

Gibson leaves post as Windies coach
West Indies "mutually agree" to part company with coach Ottis Gibson, ending his four-year tenure with the team.
Cronulla Sharks face doping claims
Seventeen past and present players from Australian rugby league side Cronulla Sharks face doping allegations.
Ospreys 'ready for life after Jones'
Ospreys are ready to move on after prop Adam Jones joined Cardiff Blues on a one-year deal, says coach Steve Tandy.
Ellis extends Hull FC contract
Hull FC captain Gareth Ellis puts pen to paper a one-year contract extension with the Super League side.
Scottish judo star Burton retires
Commonwealth Games judo gold medallist Euan Burton confirms his retirement to focus on coaching.
Maribor v Celtic
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Champions League game between Maribor and Celtic.

BBC Americas News

US: Foley beheading video authentic
The White House confirms that a jihadist video showing the beheading of American journalist James Foley is authentic.
Attorney General arrives in Ferguson
The US Attorney General arrives in Ferguson, Missouri, the scene of continuing protests over the police shooting of a black teenager.
Texas governor booked on charges
Texas Governor Rick Perry is defiant as he is booked on abuse of power charges, vowing to fight the case with "every fibre of my being".
Macy's settles racial profiling cases
One of the most famous names in US retailing, Macy's, pays $650,000 to settle claims that it racially profiled and detained customers at its Manhattan outlet.
Taxi firm Uber to deliver groceries
Taxi firm Uber is trialling a same-day delivery service for more than 100 grocery goods in Washington DC.
Hospital hack 'exploited Heartbleed'
A leading security expert alleges that hackers made use of the Heartbleed flaw to steal the personal details of 4.5 million healthcare patients.
Former Microsoft boss leaves firm
Former Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer announces he is stepping down from the board with immediate effect.
US Navy: WW2 wreck found in Java Sea
The US Navy confirms a wreck on the bottom of the Java sea is the USS Houston, sunk by the Japanese in World War Two with as many as 700 men aboard.
NY weighs charges in chokehold death
A New York grand jury weighs criminal charges against a police officer in the death of a black man who died after being placed in a chokehold.
Syria airspace ban for US airlines
The US aviation authority bans American carriers from flying over Syria, citing potential security risks from "armed extremist groups".
Residents flee Yosemite-area fire
More than 13,000 homes and business in central California are under evacuation orders as a 1,800-acre (728Ha) wildfire burns near Yosemite National Park.
Anna Nicole Smith estate loses claim
A judge rejects a bid by lawyers representing Anna Nicole Smith's daughter, challenging the will of her former husband, Texas billionaire J Howard Marshall.
VIDEO: BBC moved on amid Ferguson protests
Violence subsides but protests continue over the police shooting of a black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, as 47 arrests are made.
VIDEO: Bush takes Ice Bucket Challenge
President George W Bush has taken the Ice Bucket Challenge, after a nomination from his daughter Jenna Bush Hager, Rory McIlroy, Woody Johnson, and Jim Harbaugh.
VIDEO: Aerials show flooded Arizona desert
Aerial pictures show flooding across the desert region of Phoenix, Arizona, following torrential storms.
VIDEO: Hacker conference - behind the scenes
From hacking cars to traffic lights - behind the scenes at a cyber-security conference, Def Con.
VIDEO: China's elite target New York real estate
With Chinese households getting richer, a growing number of people are investing their cash in American real estate.
VIDEO: Shot teen's mum calls for arrest
The mother of the unarmed black teenager shot in Missouri, US, has called for the policeman who shot her son to be arrested.
VIDEO: National Guard called to Ferguson
The US state of Missouri is deploying the National Guard to Ferguson as protests escalate over the police shooting of an unarmed black teenager.
VIDEO: Assange 'to leave embassy soon'
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has suggested he will leave the Ecuadorean embassy in London "soon".

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CLOUDY Wednesday, 20 August 2014
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