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BBC World News

'Second plane part' found on Reunion
More plane wreckage washes up on Reunion Island, after a wing part - possibly from missing flight MH370 - was found last week.
Suicide attack hits Turkish troops
Two Turkish security troops have died and 31 wounded in a suicide attack by Kurdish PKK militants, according to the regional governor's office.
New doping claims 'very alarming'
The World Anti-Doping Agency is "very alarmed" after fresh allegations of suspected doping emerge in a leak of test data.
Myanmar flood death toll 'to rise'
The death toll from floods in Myanmar, that have hit 156,000 people, is expected to rise over the coming days, the United Nations warns.
UK and France seek EU help over Calais
The UK home secretary and her French counterpart urge other EU nations to act to help address the root causes of the Calais migrant crisis.
Al-Jazeera verdict delayed again
Verdicts in the retrial of three al-Jazeera journalists in Egypt previously jailed for allegedly aiding the banned Muslim Brotherhood are delayed again.
Australian Speaker Bishop quits
The speaker of the lower house of the Australian parliament, Bronwyn Bishop, resigns over an expenses scandal.
Dozens face 'terror' trial in UAE
Authorities in the United Arab Emirates say 41 people will go on trial for trying to "seize power and establish a caliphate" in the Gulf nation.
Empire State hosts wildlife display
Images of endangered animals are flashed across the Empire State Building in New York to highlight the issue of potential mass extinction.
Queen portrait shows off best sides
The Queen shows off her best sides in a quadruple portrait produced by photographer Hugo Rittson-Thomas.
VIDEO: Calais migrants pepper-sprayed
French police use pepper spray overnight to force back a group of migrants who cut through fencing at the Channel Tunnel terminal in Calais.
VIDEO: Myanmar floods worst in decades
A state of emergency has been declared in several regions of Myanmar after the worst flooding in decades.
VIDEO: Funeral for Bobbi Kristina Brown
A funeral service is held in the US state of Georgia for Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of the late singer Whitney Houston and the rapper Bobby Brown.
VIDEO: Selma civil rights march begins
Civil rights campaigners in the US start an 860-mile (1,385 km) march from Selma, Alabama to Washington DC to highlight what they say is a fresh attack on equal rights for African Americans
VIDEO: Myanmar journalist braves floodwaters
A journalist for the Democratic Voice of Burma files a report on the country's floods whilst chest-deep in water.
VIDEO: Iraqi Kurdistan warning to PKK
The government in Iraqi Kurdistan urges the Kurdish separatist group, the PKK, to leave civilian areas in northern Iraq amid continuing Turkish air strikes.
VIDEO: Keeping track of HIV in Malawi
People living with HIV in Malawi are being given access to vital tests thanks to a simpler way of transporting blood.
VIDEO: Volcano erupts on Reunion
A volcano on the French island of Reunion - where debris believed to be from missing flight MH370 was found - has erupted.
Does Merkel retain a stranglehold on power?
It has been a bruising few months for the German chancellor, but she is still popular with the public, says Jenny Hill.
It's one-way fight between Clinton and Bush - for now
It was billed by some as a preview of next year's general election showdown, but Hillary Clinton was the only candidate looking for a fight - and it wasn't really about Jeb.

Yahoo World News

Malaysia says Indian Ocean airplane debris is part of a Boeing 777

French gendarmes and police inspect a large piece of plane debris which was found on the beach in Saint-Andre, on the French Indian Ocean island of La ReunionBy Praveen Menon and Marine Pennetier KUALA LUMPUR/PARIS (Reuters) - Malaysia said on Sunday that airplane debris that washed up on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion has been identified as being from a Boeing 777, the same model as a Malaysian Airlines plane which vanished last year. "We know the flaperon has been officially identified as being part of a Boeing 777 aircraft," Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said in a statement. "This has been verified by French authorities together with aircraft manufacturer Boeing, U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and the Malaysian team." The barnacled plane part was flown to Paris on Saturday and was taken to Toulouse to undergo more detailed analysis.



Germans fret over Europe's future but still believe

German Chancellor Merkel and Finance Minister Schaeuble attend the session of Germany's parliament, the Bundestag, in BerlinBy Paul Taylor BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The battle for Europe will be won or lost in Germany. If the European Union falls apart, it will likely be due to a return of nationalism and a refusal by the French, British and Dutch to share more sovereignty, rather than to German insistence on fiscal discipline and respect for the rules. "If the euro fails, then Europe fails," Chancellor Angela Merkel has repeatedly warned parliament.



United States, Egypt begin first strategic dialogue since 2009

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry waits for the opening of a US-Egypt strategic dialogue at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in CairoThe United States and Egypt took a step toward repairing the cracks in their relationship on Sunday when they launched their first strategic dialogue since 2009 on a wide range of topics including human rights and an Islamist insurgency in Egypt. Despite Washington's concerns about Egypt's lagging democratic reforms, Cairo remains one of its closest security allies in the Middle East, an increasingly crucial role amid unprecedented turmoil in the region. U.S. officials say the talks, led by Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, will address the "political environment" and human rights in Egypt, as well as Cairo's battle against Islamist militants based in the Sinai peninsula.



Two soldiers killed, 31 wounded in PKK suicide attack in east Turkey

A demonstrator holds a portrait of Kurdistan Workers Party jailed leader Abdullah Ocalan during a march in solidarity with him in DiyarbakirBy Humeyra Pamuk ISTANBUL (Reuters) - The Turkish army said two of its soldiers were killed and 31 wounded in an attack overnight by the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), as violence escalated following Ankara's air bombardment of Kurdish militants in northern Iraq. Four of the soldiers injured in the attack in which PKK militants also used rifles were in serious condition, the army said. Another soldier was killed in Turkey's southeastern province of Mardin when a unit on patrol was attacked by the PKK late on Saturday night, the army said.



Greece may seek up to 24 billion euros in first new aid tranche: paper

Greek flag flutters in the wind above tourists visiting the archaeological site of the Acropolis hill in Athens, GreeceGreece may seek 24 billion euros in a first tranche of bailout aid from international lenders in August to prop up its banks and repay debts falling due at the ECB, a pro-government Greek newspaper said in its early Sunday editions. Athens is now in talks with the European Commission and the International Monetary Fund to secure up to 86 billion euros ($94.48 billion) in bailout aid. Avgi newspaper, which is close to the leftist Syriza government, said Greek authorities expected to conclude talks with lenders by mid-August.



Egypt postpones verdict in retrial of Al Jazeera journalists to Aug 29

Police and army soldiers are seen in front of a tank as they guard outside Tora prison in CairoCAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court on Sunday postponed for the second time the verdict in the retrial of Al Jazeera television journalists who have been charged with aiding a terrorist organization, a reference to the banned Muslim Brotherhood, to Aug. 29. Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalized Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, and Egyptian Baher Mohamed were released on bail in February after spending more than a year in custody. A third Al Jazeera journalist, Australian Peter Greste, was deported in February. ...



WADA to investigate new doping allegations in athletics

President of the World Anti-Doping Agency Craig Reedie leaves after attending the 128th International Olympic Committee (IOC) session in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015. Reedie says it is alarmed by "wild allegations'" made by two European media outlets of widespread suspicious drug tests in track and field and is asking an independent body to investigate the claims. (AP Photo/Joshua Paul)KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — The World Anti-Doping Agency is alarmed by "wild allegations" made by two European media outlets of widespread suspicious drug tests in track and field, and is asking an independent body to investigate.



Top Asian News at 12:00 p.m. GMT
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysian officials said Sunday that they would seek help from territories near the island where a suspected piece of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet was discovered to try to find more plane debris. Government officials will ask territories near the French island of Reunion in the western Indian Ocean to alert them if they find any debris that could be from a plane, said a transport ministry official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media.
Kerry says U.S., Egypt moving back to 'strong base' in relationship
CAIRO (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Sunday the United States and Egypt were moving back to a "strong base" in their relationship despite tensions and concerns on human rights. Egypt's Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri told a joint news conference with Kerry in Cairo that his country had no "major disagreements" with the United States but there were "differences in points of view over some issues, which is natural." (Writing by Ulf Laessing; Editing by Raissa Kasolowsky)
Two Turkish troops killed in 'PKK suicide attack'

File picture shows Turkish soldiers at a check point in Diyarbakir, in the Kurdish-dominated southeast of the countryTwo Turkish soldiers were killed and dozens wounded early Sunday in a suicide attack blamed on Kurdish militants, as Ankara kept up its air campaign against the rebels' bases in northern Iraq. The attack in the Dogubayazit district of the eastern Agri province is the first time Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) militants have been accused of staging a suicide attack in the current crisis, amid an escalating cycle of violence that appears to have no end in sight. Ankara has launched a two-pronged "anti-terror" offensive against Islamic State (IS) jihadists in Syria and PKK militants based in northern Iraq after a wave of attacks inside Turkey.



Rome-Milan train service back after storm pummels Florence

In this picture taken Saturday, Aug. 1, 2015, people make their way on a flooded street in Florence, Italy. A thunderstorm, hail and fierce winds Saturday evening pummeled Florence, flooding basements and knocking down hundreds of trees. (Maurizio Degl'Innocenti/ANSA Via AP)ROME (AP) — The Italian state railways says service is back to normal on a key Rome-Florence line after a roof, ripped off by a whirlwind, toppled a power pylon.



Ending migrant crisis 'top priority', vow Britain and France

Police clash with nationalist counter demonstrators as people rally to support migrants trying to cross into England through the channel tunnel from France, near an entrance to the Eurotunnel terminal in Folkestone, on August 1, 2015France and Britain vowed Sunday that a cross-Channel migrant crisis was their "top priority" in a united front that belied simmering anger over an issue which has become a political hot potato. Beefed-up security has curbed the number of attempts by migrants in the port city of Calais trying to make it through an undersea tunnel to Britain, with only 400 bids Saturday night, a police source said, compared to 2,000 earlier in the week. Around 3,000 people from Africa, the Middle East and Asia are camped in Calais waiting to smuggle themselves into Britain, and the costly crisis has strained ties across the Channel.



US, Egypt resume formal security talks with Kerry visit

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, center, listens during the opening of a US-Egypt strategic dialogue at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015. Kerry met Sunday with Egyptian officials in Cairo as part of a Mideast trip aimed at assuaging concerns over the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers. (Brendan Smialowski/Pool Photo via AP)CAIRO (AP) — The United States and Egypt on Sunday resumed formal security talks that were suspended six years ago amid the political unrest that swept the country in the wake of the Arab Spring.



After 3 years, Jordan refugee camp for Syrians now a city

In this Wednesday, July 29, 2015 photo, an elderly Syrian refugee woman stands outside her shelter surrounded with flowers she planted, at Zaatari refugee camp, in Mafraq, Jordan. On Zaatari’s anniversary this past week, the transformation from tent camp to city symbolizes the failure of rival world powers to negotiate an end Syria’s war. But some say it’s also a reminder that the shift from emergency aid to long-term solutions, such as setting up a water network to replace expensive delivery by truck, should have come much sooner. (AP Photo/Raad Adayleh)ZAATARI REFUGEE CAMP, Jordan (AP) — Only empty desert three years ago, the Mideast's largest camp for Syrian civil war refugees has grown from a town of tents into a bustling city.



Kerry says Iran deal will make Egypt, region, safer
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said a nuclear deal signed between Iran and world powers last month would make Egypt and the region safer. "There can be absolutely no question that the Vienna plan, if implemented, will make Egypt and all the countries of this region safer than they otherwise would be," he said at a news conference on Sunday following the first "strategic dialogue" between Egypt and the United States since 2009. Kerry added that he agreed with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri on the importance that upcoming parliamentary elections be "free, fair, and transparent" and that Shukri told him they would take place in the early fall.
Egypt court postpones Al-Jazeera English verdict to Aug. 29

Canadian Al-Jazeera English journalist Mohammed Fahmy, center, and his fiance Marwa Omara, left, arrive to Tora prison, in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015. An Egyptian court on Sunday again postponed announcing a verdict in the retrial of three Al-Jazeera English journalists, extending the long-running trial criticized worldwide by press freedom advocates and human rights activists. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian court on Sunday again postponed announcing a verdict in the retrial of three Al-Jazeera English journalists, extending the long-running trial criticized worldwide by press freedom advocates and human rights activists.



UAE prosecutor refers 41 people to trial on terror charges
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The United Arab Emirates' top prosecutor has referred 41 people to trial on charges of planning to carry out terrorist acts with the aim of overthrowing the government and establishing an extremist state.
Kerry says discussed increased border cooperation on Libya with Egypt
CAIRO (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Sunday that he had discussed with Egyptian officials "increased border cooperation" with respect to Libya. Egypt and Libya share a long, porous border and Islamic State militants have exploited a security vacuum to gain a foothold in Libya, a North African oil producer. (Reporting by David Brunnstrom; Writing by Yara Bayoumy; Editing by Ulf Laessing)
Leadership challenged in Afghan Taliban after Mullah Omar

Newspapers hang for sale at a stand carrying headlines about the new leader of the Afghan Taliban, Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansoor, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Aug. 1, 2015. The new leader of the Afghan Taliban vowed to continue his group's bloody, nearly 14-year insurgency in an audio message released Saturday, urging his fighters to remain unified after the death of their longtime leader. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — The brother of the late figurehead of the Afghan Taliban on Sunday joined a growing challenge to the extremist group's newly appointed leader, even as it offered a statement purportedly quoting a well-known militant supporting him.



Chechen women allegedly bilk Islamic State recruiters
MOSCOW (AP) — Police in Russia's province of Chechnya have opened a probe against three local women who have allegedly cheated the Islamic State group out of money.

BBC Sports News

New doping claims 'very alarming'
The World Anti-Doping Agency is "very alarmed" after fresh allegations about the "extraordinary extent of cheating" in athletics.
Di Maria set to have PSG medical

Leach hat-trick in first three balls
Worcestershire's Joe Leach takes a hat-trick with the first three balls of the One-Day Cup game against Northamptonshire.
Rea on brink of winning world title
Jonathan Rea is on the brink of winning the World Superbike title after taking a win and a second place in Malaysia.
Arsenal v Chelsea
After a 64-day break the English domestic season returns on Sunday when Arsenal face Chelsea in the Community Shield.
Wood should replace Anderson - Broad
England bowler Stuart Broad backs Mark Wood to replace James Anderson for the crucial fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge.
Peaty sets record to make semi-final
Britain's Adam Peaty sets a new World Championships record time in qualifying for the 100m breaststroke semi-final.
Woods's hopes dwindle after 74
Tiger Woods's hopes of a first PGA Tour win in two years fade after a 74 at the Quicken Loans National in Virginia.
Wiggins relishes special road return
Sir Bradley Wiggins relishes a return to road racing in front of the home crowd at the London-Surrey Classic on Sunday.
Chelsea were due silverware - Hayes
Chelsea Ladies boss Emma Hayes tells BBC Sport her Women’s FA Cup-winning side were due their first piece of silverware.
New York City FC 2-3 Montreal Impact
Frank Lampard makes his long-awaited debut for New York City but cannot prevent his side losing 3-2 to Montreal Impact.
Griffiths & Bitton 'fit for Europe'
Celtic's Ronny Deila and Ross County's Jim McIntyre react to the Glasgow side's 2-0 Premiership victory.
Daley reaches 10m platform final
Tom Daley qualifies for the 10m platform final at the World Aquatics Championships to secure a quota place for the Rio Olympics.
Adam Yates claims impressive win
Britain's Adam Yates claims the biggest win of his career at the Clasica San Sebastian one-day race.
Campbell stops Coyle in 10th round
Luke Campbell stops fellow Hull fighter Tommy Coyle in the 10th round to win the WBC lightweight title eliminator.
VIDEO: Guarischi wins after massive crash
Barbara Guarischi wins the RideLondon Grand Prix after a massive crash decimates the field in St James's Park.
VIDEO: Highlights: Chelsea win Women's FA Cup
Chelsea win the first Women's FA Cup final to be played at Wembley, beating Notts County 1-0 in front of 30,710 fans.
VIDEO: Community Shield: 10 classic goals
Watch our selection of classic goals from the Community Shield and Charity Shield over the years.
VIDEO: Cook praises 'high quality' England
Alastair Cook says England put in a performance of "real high quality" as they comfortably beat Australia by eight wickets at Edgbaston.
VIDEO: Agnew on an 'extraordinary' Ashes
BBC Test Match Special commentator Jonathan Agnew describes this summer's Ashes series as "extraordinary" after England's eight-wicket victory in the third Test.

BBC Americas News

Outburst mars Bobbi Brown memorial
The Georgia memorial service for Bobbi Kristina Brown, only child of late singer Whitney Houston, is marred by an outburst from her aunt.
New US rights march starts in Selma
Civil rights campaigners in the US begin a 40-day march to highlight what they say is a fresh attack on equal rights for African Americans.
Empire State hosts wildlife display
Images of endangered animals are flashed across the Empire State Building in New York to highlight the issue of potential mass extinction.
Canada sees topless rights rally
Hundreds of Canadian woman join a topless protest march after three sisters were allegedly stopped by police for cycling without shirts.
Gunman injured by armadillo ricochet
A man in East Texas is wounded after a bullet he fired at an armadillo ricocheted and hit him, the local sheriff says.
From tears to cheers for Flores
Wilmer Flores hits the winning run for New York Mets days after crying because he thought he was going to be traded.
Snoop Dogg cash seized in Italy
Rap star Snoop Dogg is stopped by police at an Italian airport for carrying more cash than allowed, with half of his $422,000 seized.
US Good Samaritans killed by driver
An 18-year-old man has been arrested after police say he shot and killed two people who stopped to help him along a road in a Montana Indian reservation.
Charleston gunman pleads not guilty
Charleston gunman Dylann Roof pleads not guilty to federal charges including hate crimes
Country singer Lynn Anderson dies
US country singer Lynn Anderson, best known for her 1971 hit (I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden, dies, aged 67.
VIDEO: Kerry thanks Egypt for support
John Kerry is visiting Egypt as Washington seeks to bolster its long-time ally in the face of the rising threat from the so-called Islamic State group, or Daesh.
VIDEO: Funeral for Bobbi Kristina Brown
A funeral service is held in the US state of Georgia for Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of the late singer Whitney Houston and the rapper Bobby Brown.
VIDEO: Skydivers set 'giant flower' record
A new record for the largest ever vertical skydiving formation has been set in Ottawa, Illinois, by 164 flyers who formed the shape of a flower in the sky.
VIDEO: Activists try to stop icebreaker
Activists attempt to prevent a Shell icebreaker leaving Portland for the Arctic on an oil-drilling mission.
VIDEO: US mobile home park destroyed in fire
Fire destroys seven homes in a mobile home park near Isleton, California.
VIDEO: Wild ponies in annual Virginia swim
Spectators gather on Chincoteague Island in the US state of Virginia to watch the annual "pony swim" when ponies are rounded up and swim across the bay between islands
VIDEO: Marlon Brando in his own words
Listen to Me Marlon is a new documentary portrait of the Hollywood star Marlon Brando based on some 200 hours of previously unreleased audio recordings of him.
VIDEO: Boy, 8, has double hand transplant
An eight-year-old boy in America becomes the youngest recipient of a double hand transplant.
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.
Weak oil prices hit Exxon and Chevron
Two of the US's biggest companies report sharply lower quarterly results because of falling oil prices.
TODAY'S WEATHER

Current Forecast for Leesburg

SUNNY Sunday, 2 August 2015
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64°F
93%
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29.98 inches
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