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BBC World News

UK's Cameron to face EU leaders over Brexit
David Cameron is to meet European leaders for the first time since the UK voted to leave the European Union, as the European Parliament debates the implications of Brexit.
VW US emissions settlement reported to cost $15bn
German automaker Volkswagen reportedly reaches a $15bn (£11.3bn) settlement with US car owners after the firm admitted cheating in emission tests.
Euro 2016: Roy Hodgson resigns after England lose to Iceland
Roy Hodgson resigns as England manager after a 2-1 defeat by Iceland sees them knocked out of Euro 2016.
Strict Texas abortion law struck down
The US Supreme Court strikes down a 2013 Texas abortion law that imposed restrictive regulations on the procedure, in a landmark ruling.
EgyptAir crash: Flight data recorder repaired - investigators
The damaged flight data recorder from the EgyptAir plane that crashed last month has been successfully repaired in France, Egyptian investigators say.
Russian 'harassment' of US diplomats on rise
Harassment against US diplomats by Russian security agents has been on the rise ever since sanctions were imposed two years ago, say officials.
Former Chile officer found liable for Victor Jara death
A Florida court finds a former officer in the Chilean army liable for the murder of the folk singer and activist Victor Jara under Pinochet.
Turkey 'sorry for downing Russian jet'
Turkish President Erdogan apologises for downing of Russian jet on the Turkey-Syria border in November, Moscow says
Parrot squawk 'evidence' in murder trial
A prosecutor in Sand Lake, Michigan is considering whether the squawkings of a foul-mouthed African Grey Parrot may be used as evidence in a murder trial.
Yemen IS: Bombs kill dozens in port city of Mukalla
Triple bomb attacks claimed by the Islamic State group kill at least 35 people and injure 24 in Yemen's south-eastern port city of Mukalla.
French police hit by security breach as data put online
Addresses of 112,000 French police officers are uploaded to Google Drive in a security breach a fortnight after two officers were murdered at their home by a jihadist.
50 Cent held for bad language in concert
Rapper 50 Cent is arrested in the Caribbean for using "indecent language" during a concert.
Brexit: BBC finds tension on UK streets
Ed Thomas reports from Leeds, where tensions over immigration are running high after the UK voted to leave the EU.
Ali Haider Gilani on three year kidnap ordeal
The son of a former prime minister of Pakistan has spoken to the BBC after he was kidnapped by Al Qaeda militants.
BBC on frontline: 'You can smell war'
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen reports from Falluja, where the Iraqi army claims it has seized the last stronghold in the city.
Rio 2016 boss: Zika 'blown out of proportion'
The CEO of the 2016 Olympics has addressed concerns about Zika, the economy and the impact of the games on Brazil.
Fans react after Iceland knock England out of Euro 2016
Roy Hodgson resigned as England manager after his side's 2-1 defeat by Iceland saw them knocked out of Euro 2016.
Storm batters Croatia in 40 minutes
Towns and cities in Croatia has been left with flooding after intense storms on Monday.
Euro 2016: Greatest calamity in English football - BBC's Dan Roan
Roy Hodgson has resigned as England manager after his side's 2-1 defeat by Iceland saw them knocked out of Euro 2016.
Polish boy, 11, finds 'leave EU' card
The family of Matteus, 11, from Poland, respond to a card they received suggesting they were "vermin" and that they should "go home".

Yahoo World News

Brexit vote, UK political confusion rattles world markets for second day

A still image from video shows Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaking to the House of Commons about the recent EU referendum in central LondonBy Kylie MacLellan and Anirban Nag LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's vote last Thursday to leave the European Union continued to reverberate through financial markets on Monday, with the pound falling to its lowest level in 31 years, despite government attempts to relieve some of the confusion about the political and economic outlook. UK finance minister George Osborne said early Monday that the British economy was strong enough to cope with the market volatility caused by last week's "Brexit" referendum which has resulted in the biggest blow since World War Two to the European goal of forging greater unity. "Our economy is about as strong as it could be to confront the challenge our country now faces," Osborne told reporters.



Kerry raises harassment of U.S. diplomats in Moscow with Putin

Russian President Putin welcomes U.S. Secretary of State Kerry during meeting at Kremlin in MoscowRussian harassment and surveillance of U.S. diplomats in Moscow has increased significantly and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry raised the issue recently with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the State Department said on Monday. Kerry last raised the matter with Putin on March 24 this year, a State Department official said. "He has raised it with President Putin," State Department spokeswoman Elizabeth Trudeau told a news briefing earlier, adding: "We see an increase and we take it seriously." Trudeau said harassment by Russian security agents and traffic police had been an issue over the past two years, but did not give details of incidents nor why it was raised with Putin.



Adios, Three Amigos: Obama heads to last summit with Canada, Mexico

The Mexican and U.S. flags hang from the Langevin Block in advance of the North American Leaders' Summit in OttawaBy Roberta Rampton and David Ljunggren WASHINGTON/OTTAWA (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will meet with the leaders of Canada and Mexico on Wednesday for his final "Three Amigos" summit, a meeting that may signal how keen the North American partners are to tout trade at a time of rising protectionist sentiment. The Ottawa summit comes on the heels of Britain voting to leave the European Union after more than 40 years. It also falls ahead of a U.S. presidential election on Nov. 8 where presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump has made stagnant wages and U.S. manufacturing job losses focal points of his insurgent campaign.



Iraqi army closes in on Islamic State militants near Falluja

A member of Iraqi counterterrorism forces walks with his weapon in FallujaBy Thaier al-Sudani and Ahmed Rasheed FALLUJA, Iraq (Reuters) - Iraq's army sought on Monday to eliminate Islamic State fighters holed up in farmland west of Falluja to keep them from launching a counterattack on the city, a day after the government declared victory over the militants there. The government's recapture of Falluja, an hour's drive west of the capital, Baghdad, was part of a broader offensive against Islamic State militants, which seized large swaths of Iraq's north and west in 2014, but is now being driven back by an array of forces. Falluja's recovery lent fresh momentum to the campaign to recapture Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city and the biggest anywhere within the jihadists' self-proclaimed caliphate.



Eight suicide bombers target Lebanese Christian village

General view of the Saint Elias church taken in the afternoon, before four suicide bombers blew themselves up outside the church after a series of suicide attacks in the village earlier in the day, in the Christian village of QaaEight suicide bombers attacked a Lebanese Christian village on Monday, killing five people and wounding dozens more, in the latest violent spillover of the five-year-old Syrian war into Lebanon. Security sources said they believed Islamic State was responsible for the bombings in the village of Qaa on Lebanon's border with Syria, but there was no immediate claim of responsibility. A first wave of attacks involved four suicide bombers who struck after 4 a.m., killing five people, all civilians.



Crashed EgyptAir flight data recorder successfully repaired: investigation committee

A flight recorder retrieved from the crashed EgyptAir flight MS804Egypt investigators said on Monday that the flight data recorder of crashed EgyptAir flight MS804 had been successfully repaired, paving the way for investigators to analyze data that may explain why the jet plunged into the Mediterranean last month. The investigators added in a statement that the doomed plane's cockpit voice recorder would begin to be worked on "within hours" also.



London's minorities fearful after post-Brexit attacks

A pedestrian shelters from the rain beneath a Union Jack-themed umbrella near the Houses of Parliament in central LondonWith yellow paint still evident on the building's doors, tenants of a Polish community centre in London on Monday described their fear after being targeted in a racist post-referendum attack condemned by Prime Minister David Cameron in parliament. The graffiti at the community centre read "Fuck You - Out" according to a receptionist. Cameron later slammed as "despicable" a series of racist incidents reported following Britain's decision to leave the European Union.



Coal terminal plan pits jobs against environmental concerns

Stevie Johnson holds up a pair of signs during a protest outside City Hall before a scheduled vote, Monday, June 27, 2016, to decide whether to ban rail shipments of coal over concerns it would pose a public health or safety hazard in Oakland, Calif. A yes vote Monday by the Oakland City Council could scuttle the plan to build a marine terminal that would serve as a gateway for Utah coal heading to Asia. (AP Photo/Janie Har)OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — An Oakland city council hearing to determine whether rail shipments of coal would pose a public health hazard started Monday night with an audience packed with supporters and opponents of the plan.



EgyptAir black box flight recorder 'has been repaired'

The flight recorder from the EgyptAir plane that crashed into the Mediterranean last month after it was recovered by search teamsOne of the two black box flight recorders from the EgyptAir plane that plunged into the Mediterranean last month has been repaired, Egypt's investigation commission said Tuesday, prompting hopes it could provide clues on why the aircraft went down. French judges are also probing the May 19 crash.



UK Labour leader clings to power, blasts 'manoeuvring'

Leader of the opposition Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn (C) leaves after delivering a speech outside parliament in London on June 27, 2016Britain's opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn condemned "internal manoeuvring" after more than half his top team resigned in barely 24 hours, but insisted he would not go himself despite a rising tide of criticism of his role in the Brexit crisis. Twenty members of the Labour leader's shadow cabinet have so far resigned in a rolling series of departures triggered by Corbyn's weekend sacking of his foreign affairs spokesman Hilary Benn. "Our country is divided and the country will thank neither the benches in front of me, nor those behind, for indulging in internal... manoeuvring at this time," he told the House of Commons in a debate with Prime Minister David Cameron.



U.S. interest in U.K. travel soars after Brexit

Tourists gather outside the National Gallery in LondonSeveral online travel sites have seen a jump in queries from Americans about travel to the United Kingdom since it voted to leave the European Union, a sign so-called "Brexit" and the resulting drop in the value of the pound currency may spur U.S. visits to Britain. One site found that more Britons were also asking about flights to the United States. Travel agents, hotel chains and airlines say it is too early to tell if the vote has impacted bookings.



UK's Osborne rules himself out of race to succeed PM Cameron
By Andy Bruce LONDON (Reuters) - British finance minister George Osborne ruled himself out of the running to succeed Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday, citing his fierce advocacy of staying in the European Union. The government is under pressure to fill a vacuum left when Cameron announced he would resign by October after Britain ignored his advice and voted to leave the 28-member bloc in last week's referendum. "So it is clear that while I completely accept the result, I am not the person to provide the unity my party needs at this time." Before the referendum campaign, Osborne had been widely regarded as a candidate to succeed Cameron one day, boosted by one of the strongest expansions among major developed economies in the last few years.
Iceland celebrates biggest victory with win over England

A soccer supporter walks wrapped in the British flag in Nice, France, Monday, June 27, 2016, after the Euro 2016 round of 16 soccer match between England and Iceland. England was defeated 2:1. (AP Photo/Darko Bandic)NICE, France (AP) — Aron Gunnarsson, every inch the bearded Viking, ran shirtless toward the Iceland fans and led them in their victory chants.



England out of Euro 2016, beaten by Iceland

Iceland players celebrate after Kolbeinn Sigthorsson, center, scored their second goal during the Euro 2016 round of 16 soccer match between England and Iceland, at the Allianz Riviera stadium in Nice, France, Monday, June 27, 2016. (AP Photo/Claude Paris)NICE, France (AP) — After voting to leave the European Union last week, the English left the soccer European Championship in similarly surprising fashion on Monday in what will go down as their most embarrassing loss in a generation.



Pakistan cricket coach Arthur undaunted by Australia axe

Pakistan's newly-appointed head cricket coach Mickey Arthur speaks to the media in Lahore, on June 9, 2016Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur has arrived back in England saying that while he may have learnt from his time in charge of Australia it will not alter his fundamental approach to the job. Arthur's last tour of England saw him sacked as Australia coach just weeks before the start of the 2013 Ashes following the team's unsuccessful Champions Trophy campaign. Now his major challenge is to get the best out of a talented Pakistan that includes Mohammad Amir, with the left-arm paceman set to return at Lord's next month for his first Test since the 2010 spot-fixing scandal on the ground which led to five-year bans and jail terms for him, new-ball colleague Mohammad Asif and then captain Salman Butt.



Colombian army says 17 dead in crash of military helicopter
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — All 17 people aboard a military helicopter that crashed in a mountainous area over the weekend were found dead when searchers reached the site in western Colombia, the army said Monday.
Top Asian News 12:32 a.m. GMT
BEIJING (AP) — China is a potential winner if Britain and the European Union rework trade deals and look for investors after a British exit. Beijing faces a blow from weaker European demand for its exports and pressure to hold its yuan steady in turbulent currency markets. But economists and political analysts say if Britain and the EU split, both sides will look to cash-rich Chinese companies that are expanding abroad — with the possible bonus for Beijing of closer political ties. "One of the benefits China can gain from 'Brexit' is a stronger and closer economic relationship with the U.K.
UN report: Tackle inequality to prevent children from dying
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.N. children's agency warned Monday that 69 million youngsters under the age of five will die from preventable causes between now and 2030 if all countries don't accelerate action to improve health and education for the most disadvantaged.
The Latest: Oakland council hearing over coal underway

Stevie Johnson holds up a pair of signs during a protest outside City Hall before a scheduled vote, Monday, June 27, 2016, to decide whether to ban rail shipments of coal over concerns it would pose a public health or safety hazard in Oakland, Calif. A yes vote Monday by the Oakland City Council could scuttle the plan to build a marine terminal that would serve as a gateway for Utah coal heading to Asia. (AP Photo/Janie Har)OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on a plan to ship coal through Oakland (all times local):



Ex-US soccer star Donovan getting comfortable on TV
Landon Donovan keeps thinking back to a lesson from the teacher in his high school speech class: "Speaking is 10 percent what you actually say, and 90 percent how you're presenting it."

BBC Sports News

Hodgson resigns as England boss after Euro 2016 exit
Roy Hodgson resigns as England manager after a 2-1 defeat by Iceland sees them knocked out of Euro 2016.
Watch Hodgson's resignation statement in full
Watch Roy Hodgson's full statement as he resigns as England manager after a shock 2-1 defeat by Iceland in the last 16 of Euro 2016.
England humiliated by Iceland - highlights & report
England suffer a humiliating exit from Euro 2016 as they go out to minnows Iceland in the last 16 in Nice.
Willis stuns Wimbledon as Djokovic wins - highlights, round-up & preview
Novak Djokovic reaches round two and British qualifier Marcus Willis stuns Wimbledon as Andy Murray prepares for action.
'Worst England performance I've seen' - read and watch the pundits' verdicts
Former captain Alan Shearer says England were out-fought, out-thought and out-battled in their "embarrassing" Euro 2016 loss to Iceland.
Italy knock out champions Spain - highlights & report
Italy outclass Spain to knock out the defending champions and set up a Euro 2016 quarter-final against Germany.
Beaumont ton seals England 3-0 win - highlights & report
Opener Tammy Beaumont hits 168no - the second highest England women's one-day score - as Pakistan are swept aside in the third ODI at Taunton.
'Nine wins in a row, but hard work ahead for England'
England set sights on New Zealand but there is still room for improvement, says head coach Eddie Jones.
Super League referee Silverwood suspended by RFL
Rugby league's longest-serving full-time referee Richard Silverwood is suspended pending an investigation.
Euro 2016: Wales success no shock says manager Chris Coleman
Wales manager Chris Coleman says he is not surprised by the success of his team in reaching the Euro 2016 quarter finals.
Messi quits international football after shootout miss
Argentina and Barcelona forward Lionel Messi, 29, retires from international football after missing in a penalty shootout.
Thermal cameras to detect bike motors at Tour de France
Tour de France organisers say thermal cameras will be used at this year's race to prevent riders hiding motors in their bikes.
Sadio Mane: Southampton striker set for Liverpool medical after £34m fee agreed
Southampton striker Sadio Mane will have a medical at Liverpool on Monday after the clubs agreed a transfer fee of £34m.
Muirfield wants new vote on women members
Former Open venue Muirfield announces it wants to hold a fresh ballot to decide whether to admit female members.
European Athletics Championships 2016: Great Britain name team
British Athletics names a 98-strong team for July's European Athletics Championships in the Netherlands.
Birmingham to host BBC Sports Personality awards
Birmingham's Genting Arena will host the 2016 BBC Sports Personality of the Year ceremony on 18 December.
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Euro 2016: The pundits have their say on England's exit from the tournament
Alan Shearer, Rio Ferdinand and Jermaine Jenas reflect on the loss to Iceland, which Shearer says is "the worst performance I have seen from England".
Euro 2016: England 1-2 Iceland highlights
England suffer a humiliating exit from Euro 2016 as they lose 2-1 to minnows Iceland, who will face hosts France in the quarter-finals.
Euro 2016: England 1-2 Iceland - Defeat is England's lowest point - Joe Hart
England keeper Joe Hart and captain Wayne Rooney say the 2-1 defeat by Iceland is the "lowest point" they have had for their country.

BBC Americas News

Strict Texas abortion law struck down
The US Supreme Court strikes down a 2013 Texas abortion law that imposed restrictive regulations on the procedure, in a landmark ruling.
Russian 'harassment' of US diplomats on rise
Harassment against US diplomats by Russian security agents has been on the rise ever since sanctions were imposed two years ago, say officials.
Parrot squawk 'evidence' in murder trial
A prosecutor in Sand Lake, Michigan is considering whether the squawkings of a foul-mouthed African Grey Parrot may be used as evidence in a murder trial.
US Supreme Court overturns ex-Virginia governor's conviction
The US Supreme Court unanimously overturns a conviction against former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell on public corruption charges
Whites and blacks in US 'disagree on racism'
Views on racial discrimination and race in the US differ wildly among blacks and whites, a new report from the Pew Research Center finds.
Keystone XL pipeline: Company to sue over rejection
TransCanada, the company behind the disputed Keystone XL pipeline, has filed a formal request to the US government to claim $15bn in damages over the rejection of the project.
US Healthcare records offered for sale online
Three US healthcare organisations are reportedly being held to ransom by a hacker who stole data on hundreds of thousands of patients.
Clashes at white-supremacist rally in Sacramento leave 10 injured
At least 10 people are wounded, two seriously, in clashes between right-wing extremists and counter-protesters in Sacramento, California.
West Virginia deadly floods: Obama declares major disaster
President Obama declares a major disaster in the state of West Virginia, where the worst floods in more than a century have left at least 24 people dead.
Bill Cunningham, New York Times fashion photographer, dies at 87
Veteran fashion photographer Bill Cunningham, who made his name chronicling trends on the streets of New York, dies aged 87.
Prince's guitar and a lock of Bowie's hair fetch $150,000 at US auction
An electric guitar owned by Prince and a lock of David Bowie's hair sell in the US for a total of more than $150,000 (£110,000).
Full Metal Jacket and Dispatches writer Michael Herr dies
Michael Herr, who co-wrote the Oscar-nominated screenplay for Full Metal Jacket and whose non-fiction novel Dispatches documented the Vietnam War, dies aged 76.
Los Angeles glass slide opens 1,000ft up skyscraper
A glass slide fixed 1,000ft (305m) up on the outside of a skyscraper in Los Angeles opens to the public.
US military 'to lift transgender ban'
The Pentagon will lift its ban on openly transgender service personnel next month, US officials say.
Brexit lessons
Britain's vote to leave the EU has some American voters thinking twice about November's election
Not 'cool'
American Red Cross causes controversy with 'super racist' swimming pool safety poster
Lurking challenges
PJ Crowley considers the future of the "special relationship" between the US and the UK after the British vote to leave the EU.
The heroin vigilante
After a Pennsylvania man was stopped and arrested with a cache of weapons in New York's Holland Tunnel, a complicated story about the ravages of heroin in a small town emerged.
In quotes
A look at some of the UK issues Donald Trump has spoken about as the US billionaire presidential hopeful visits Britain.
Cash crop
The number of businesses in the cannabis industry in the US is growing but the legal grey zone the sector falls into can make finding funding tough.
TODAY'S WEATHER

Current Forecast for Leesburg

L/RAIN Monday, 27 June 2016
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