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BBC World News

Fresh migrant protests in Budapest
Stranded migrants protest for a second day in Budapest, as the EU struggles to agree a common response to unprecedented numbers of asylum seekers.
Obama has enough support for Iran deal
US President Barack Obama secures enough support in the US Senate to ensure that the Iran nuclear deal will go into effect.
Man arrested for deadly Paris fire
French police arrest a man suspected of starting a fire that killed eight people, including two children, in northern Paris.
Thai fingerprint 'matches bomb suspect'
Thai police say fingerprints found on seized bomb-making material match those of a man detained over the Bangkok shrine attack.
Turkish workers seized in Iraq
Eighteen Turkish construction workers have been kidnapped by gunmen in Iraq's capital Baghdad, Iraqi and Turkish officials say.
Deadly bombing in Syria's Latakia
At least 10 people have been killed in a bomb attack in the Syrian city of Latakia, a stronghold of President Bashar al-Assad, state media report.
Death row delay for Pakistan paraplegic
Pakistani prison officials miss a court deadline to explain how they would hang a disabled man on death row for a murder he says he did not commit.
Charges upheld in Freddie Gray case
A US judge refuses to drop charges for six police officers charged over the death of a black man in police custody, a case that sparked rioting in Baltimore in April.
Deadly ambush ends lull in Ukraine
Two people are reported killed in an ambush on a Ukrainian army vehicle near Luhansk, in the first major incident since a renewed truce began.
Clinic leaks patients' HIV status
A sexual health clinic in London mistakenly leaked the HIV status of nearly 800 patients, bosses admit.
Starfish-killing robot ready to test
An autonomous starfish-killing robot will be ready for field trials on the Great Barrier Reef this month, researchers say.
VIDEO: From Syria to Sweden: A migrant's story
The BBC's James Reynolds follows the trail of a Syrian migrant called Nour, as she travels 2,000 miles through nine countries to fulfil her dream of applying for asylum in Sweden.
VIDEO: 'We walked through five countries'
The BBC's Jenny Hill speaks to a family from Syria who have travelled through five countries to flee the civil war there.
VIDEO: 'Why I'll risk journey on to Germany'
Chris Buckler, in Athens, has been speaking to some Afghan migrants about what they plan to do now they have reached Europe.
VIDEO: 'Picture perfect' scene for China parade
China prepares to stage a huge military parade on 3 September to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Asia.
VIDEO: Danish Astronaut takes Lego to space
Denmark's first ever astronaut has begun his journey into space, heading for the International Space Station aboard a Soyuz rocket.
VIDEO: Remains revealed as 17th Century prisoners
Remains found in the grounds of Durham University are 17th Century Scottish prisoners of war, experts say.
VIDEO: Scientists trapped by hungry polar bears
A team of Arctic researchers as asked the Russian government for help after their remote weather station became surrounded by hungry polar bears.
VIDEO: 'We were locked in, in the dark'
Up to 2,000 Eurostar passengers have had their journeys disrupted after migrants in Calais got on to tracks near the Channel Tunnel in France.
Have we passed the peak era of globalisation?
Newsnight's Duncan Weldon considers what happens to inflation if globalisation itself slows down.

Yahoo World News

Migrants shut Eurostar trains to UK, chaos at station in Hungary
By John Pullman and Marton Dunai CALAIS, France/BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hundreds of migrants poured overnight onto the high-speed railway linking Paris with London near the French port of Calais, stranding thousands of passengers in darkness for hours aboard Eurostar trains. At the EU's opposite end, another angry crowd camped outside a Budapest train station demanding to board trains for Germany, as Europe's asylum system crumbled under the continent's biggest migration crisis since the 1990s Balkan wars. Hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing wars and economic migrants escaping poverty have arrived in the European Union in an unprecedented wave that has confounded EU leaders and fed the rise of right wing populists.
Eighteen Turkish workers kidnapped in Baghdad, firm says

A boy rides his bicycle past a stadium being built by a Turkish company in Baghdad's Habibiya districtBy Stephen Kalin and Asli Kandemir BAGHDAD/ANKARA (Reuters) - Gunmen in military uniform seized 18 Turkish workers from a sports stadium they were building in northeastern Baghdad on Wednesday, their company said, in what Ankara said appeared to have been a targeted attack. Diplomats have said Turkey could suffer reprisals after abandoning months of reticence to launch air strikes against Islamic State in neighboring Syria and open its bases to a U.S.-led coalition fighting the Sunni Muslim militants. The workers were taken in the predominantly Shi'ite district of Habibiya, Iraqi Interior Ministry spokesman Brigadier General Saad Maan said.



Russia risks Japanese ire with Far East war commemoration

Russian servisemen drive T-72 main battle tanks during military parade to mark 70th anniversary of end of World War Two in Yuzhno-SakhalinskBy Jack Stubbs MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia staged a military parade on Wednesday to commemorate seizing a group of Pacific islands from Japan at the end of World War Two, a move likely to inflame tensions over a long-running territorial dispute with Tokyo. The show of force, the first of its kind on the island of Sakhalin in Russia's Far East, is part of a push by President Vladimir Putin to showcase his country's military might at a time when ties with the West are strained over the Ukraine crisis. State television showed Russian soldiers goose-stepping through streets lined with flowers and war veterans to celebrate what Moscow calls the liberation of Sakhalin and the nearby Kurile islands chain from Japan in 1945.



Red Cross says two staff members shot dead in northern Yemen
Two Red Cross employees were shot dead in the northern Yemeni province of Amran by an unknown attacker on Wednesday, the international aid group said, in a rare case of violence against humanitarian workers in a five-month war. The pair were Yemeni nationals and were returning from aid work in the far northern province of Saada, spokesman Adnan Hizam said by telephone. A civil war in Yemen escalated in March when a coalition of Arab states led by Saudi Arabia intervened to prevent the Houthis from expanding and to reinstate the country's government from its exile in Riyadh.
North Korea tells South not to crow about deal that ended standoff

South Korean President Park Geun-Hye speaks during a ceremony to celebrate the completion of SK HYNIX Inc. in IcheonBy Ju-min Park SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea on Wednesday accused South Korea of claiming victory for an accord that ended an armed standoff, saying that was "cowardly" and urging the South to be "discreet in words and deeds". South Korean President Park Geun-hye's approval ratings surged after the deal, which many South Korean media outlets portrayed as a win for her tough stance against the North. "Nothing is more shallow and cowardly than describing the joint statement agreed by North and South together as a victory for one side," the North's state-run KCNA news agency quoted the NDC as saying in a statement.



Ex-president's backers in power struggle before Ivory Coast polls

Pascal Affi N'Guessan speaks after submitting documents to register his candidacy for the presidential election in AbidjanBy Joe Bavier ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Two years ago, Pascal Affi N'Guessan was in jail after backing the losing side in Ivory Coast's civil war. While N'Guessan appears likely to lose in October, the fact that the former prime minister is even contesting the election for the main opposition Ivorian Popular Front (FPI) ought to mark a step towards national reconciliation. Under the incumbent President Alassane Ouattara, Ivory Coast is emerging as one of Africa's star economies, but it also needs a credible election and political calm to maintain the revival.



Chair built for Pope Francis for his Mass in NYC is unveiled

Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the Archbishop of New York, unveils the Pope's chair during a media event at New York's Madison Square Garden, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015. The simple wooden chair has been built for Pope Francis when he celebrates Mass at the sports and entertainment arena on Friday, Sept. 25. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)NEW YORK (AP) — The Archdiocese of New York has unveiled the large wooden armchair that's been built for Pope Francis when he celebrates Mass at Madison Square Garden.



Suicide bombers hit Shiite mosque in Yemen capital: witnesses

A Yemeni man walks past damaged buildings following an air-strike by the Saudi-led coalition on Sanaa, August 31, 2015Sanaa (AFP) - Two suicide bombers hit a Shiite mosque in the Yemeni capital Sanaa in quick succession on Wednesday, witnesses told AFP, reporting casualties.



Gunmen kill 2 Yemeni Red Cross workers in rebel-held area

Smoke rises after an airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition at an army base in Sanaa, Yemen, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Gunmen shot dead two Yemenis working for the International Committee of the Red Cross on Wednesday as they were traveling from the northern Saada province to the capital, Sanaa, the group said.



Latest on US Open: Madison Keys makes 3rd round for 1st time

Madison Keys, of the United States, returns a shot to Tereza Smitkova, of the Czech Republic, during the second round of the U.S. Open tennis tournament, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015, in New York. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)NEW YORK (AP) — The latest on the U.S. Open (all times local):



Gunman kills two Yemeni staff of Red Cross

Members of the International Committee of the Red Cross walk towards a plane loaded with Emergency medical aid after it landed at the international airport in Sanaa on April 11, 2015A gunman killed two Yemenis working for the International Committee of the Red Cross in the war-torn country Wednesday, the aid group said, condemning the attack as "appalling" and "brutal". The attack appeared to be deliberate as the pair had been travelling north of the capital Sanaa with two other colleagues in vehicles "clearly" marked with the Red Cross emblem, said the Geneva-based ICRC. "Sadly, two of our staff were brutally killed on their way back from Saada to Sanaa," spokeswoman Rima Kamal said, referring to the northern stronghold of Shiite Huthi rebels who have been battling loyalists of the exiled president.



Italy ready to impose border controls to help Germany

European nations are struggling to cope with an unprecedented influx of migrantsItaly is ready to impose identification checks at Brennero on the border with Austria to help Germany ease the flow of migrants into Bavaria, the northern province of Bolzano said Wednesday. Rome was ready to "reactivate" controls just as it did for the G7 in June, as "a temporary measure to allow Bavaria to reorganise and face the emergency", a statement from the province said. Bolzano, in the German-speaking Alto Adige region in northern Italy, said Bavaria had asked for "logistical support".



Top Asian News at 4:30 p.m. GMT
BANGKOK (AP) — Thai police said Wednesday a prime suspect in Bangkok's deadly bombing has admitted to being near the shrine where the attack took place but denied placing the bomb, as other clues increasingly linked the blast to Thailand's forced repatriation of members of a minority ethnic group to China. Thai authorities said the suspect's fingerprints also matched those on a bottle of bomb-making material found in an apartment that was raided this past weekend.
Car bomb kills 10 in Syria regime bastion Latakia

Picture released by the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) on September 2, 2015 shows people looking at the wreckage of vehicles at the site of a reported car bombing in the government-controlled coastal city of LatakiaTen people were killed and dozens wounded on Wednesday in a rare car bombing in the Syrian city of Latakia, the coastal bastion of President Bashar al-Assad, state media said. Latakia, the heartland of the minority Alawite sect to which the Assad clan belongs, has been largely spared the violence that has wracked Syria since an uprising against regime rule erupted in March 2011. "Terrorists detonated a car laden with many explosives at noon (0900 GMT) in Hamam square in Latakia, killing 10 people," the official SANA news agency reported.



S.Africa vows Commonwealth Games will "heal wounds"

Primary school pupils from Durban react after Durban was as officially named as host of the 2022 Commonwealth Games, on September 2, 2015 in DurbanSouth Africa on Wednesday promised to deliver a world-class event when the city of Durban hosts the 2022 Commonwealth Games, saying the occasion would help the country overcome its turbulent past. Both the 1995 rugby World Cup and the 2010 football World Cup in South Africa are seen as milestones in the country's efforts to promote national unity after the apartheid era. The Commonwealth Games in Durban, on the east coast, will be the first to be held in Africa.



First Dane in space begins long trip to repositioned ISS

The Soyuz TMA-18M spacecraft carrying three astronauts, including the first Danish citizen ever to fly into space, launches towards the International Space StationThe first Dane in space accompanied by 26 custom-made figurines from Danish toymaker Lego blasted off from Kazakhstan on Wednesday as part of a three-man team on an unusually long two-day mission to the International Space Station. The trip by the Soyuz spacecraft is scheduled to last two days instead of the usual fast-track six hours since the ISS has raised its orbit to avoid space debris. The trio launched on schedule at 0437 GMT from the same launchpad in Kazakhstan used by Yuri Gagarin on his historic entry into the cosmos in 1961.



Q&A: What are the signs of a 'bear market' for stocks
The stock market's sharp downturn in recent weeks has pulled the three major U.S. stock indexes into what is known as a "correction." But when does a market correction effectively end a bull market and usher in a full-blown bear market?
Trial of Congolese rebel opens with gruesome images

Congolese warlord Bosco Ntaganda sits in the courtroom of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague during the first day of his trial on September 2, 2015Harrowing pictures of bodies littering a banana plantation Wednesday marked the start of the trial of warlord Bosco Ntaganda, accused of running a campaign of terror in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Nicknamed "The Terminator," Ntaganda denied 18 charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity as he stood in the dock at the International Criminal Court in The Hague. Ntaganda is accused of orchestrating hundreds of deaths in savage ethnic attacks in the northeastern DR Congo in 2002-2003, as well as recruiting and the rape of child soldiers within his own rebel army.



Plaintiffs drop race case against Springboks

Edward Mokhoanatse, president of political party the Agency for a New Agenda (ANA), arrives at the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria on September 2, 2015 for the Springboks caseSouth African plaintiffs on Wednesday dropped a legal attempt to stop the Springboks from playing in the Rugby World Cup in a dispute over a lack of black players in the squad. More than 20 years after the end of apartheid, South Africa's fraught race relations have been highlighted by anger over just nine black players being named in the 31-man squad for the tournament in England. The case, which was never thought likely to succeed, cited Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula and the country's rugby union SARU as respondents.



EU cuts Baltic cod catch limits for 2016
By Julia Fioretti BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission proposed on Wednesday cutting the catch limits for some types of cod in the Baltic Sea by a fifth next year as it seeks to put fishing in the European Union on a sustainable footing by 2020. The catch limits for all types of Baltic fish would decrease by 15 percent to approximately 565,692 tonnes, said the Commission, the EU's executive. The Commission proposed cutting catch limits for Eastern Baltic cod by 20 percent to 41,143 tonnes.

BBC Sports News

Crash harms Froome's Vuelta hopes

De Gea could miss Spain Euros place

West Brom to hold Berahino talks
West Bromwich Albion will hold talks with frustrated striker Saido Berahino after Tottenham's failed deadline-day bid to sign him.
Clarke to take indefinite break

I will keep my mouth shut - Kyrgios
Nick Kyrgios thinks he has learned from the controversy he generated by on-court remarks about Stan Wawrinka's girlfriend.
McIlroy gets Final Series exemption
World number one Rory McIlroy is given a special exemption by the European Tour to play in the season-ending Final Series.
Head coach Grayson leaves Essex
Essex head coach Paul Grayson leaves the county by mutual consent after eight years in charge.
Hamilton ends international career
Saracens lock Jim Hamilton retires from international rugby after he is left out of Vern Cotter's World Cup squad.
Brook to defend title against Chaves
Great Britain's Kell Brook will defend his IBF world welterweight title against Argentine Diego Chaves on 24 October.
Head coach Harris leaves Salford
Salford Red Devils announce that head coach Iestyn Harris has left the club by mutual agreement.
GB women beat Spain to reach Rio
GB women beat Spain 54-40 in the European Wheelchair Basketball Championships to qualify for the 2016 Paralympics.
Murray sees off Kyrgios in US Open
Britain's Andy Murray wins a pulsating night match against Nick Kyrgios to reach the US Open second round in New York.
Transfer spending at record high
The summer transfer window is the richest ever at £870m, as total spending for the calendar year reaches £1bn for the first time.
Umpire could be killed, warns Marsh
Australia selector Rod Marsh warns that an umpire could be killed unless the no-ball rule is changed.
Wednesday's gossip column
Arsenal refuse to pay £50m for Edinson Cavani, Villa miss out on Adebayor and Berbatov, Walters stuck at Stoke, plus more.
Durban hosts 2022 Commonwealth Games
Durban will be the first African city to host the Commonwealth Games as it is confirmed as the venue for 2022.
GB's Konta through but Robson out
Britain's Jo Konta beats American Louisa Chirico in the US Open first round but fellow Briton Laura Robson exits.
Berbatov joins PAOK on one-year deal
Former Tottenham and Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov signs a one-year contract with PAOK of Greece.
Three more set for Forest - Al Hasawi
Nottingham Forest expect to make three more signings despite the transfer window being closed, says chairman Fawaz Al Hasawi.
Robson-Kanu and Chester boost Wales
Hal Robson-Kanu and James Chester are passed fit to face Cyprus and Israel in the Euro 2016 qualifiers.

BBC Americas News

Obama has enough support for Iran deal
US President Barack Obama secures enough support in the US Senate to ensure that the Iran nuclear deal will go into effect.
Charges upheld in Freddie Gray case
A US judge refuses to drop charges for six police officers charged over the death of a black man in police custody, a case that sparked rioting in Baltimore in April.
US police 'shoot man with hands up'
Video footage in Texas appears to show police shooting and killing a man with his hands up, as they respond to a domestic dispute.
US picks LA as Olympics 2024 bid city
The US Olympic Committee (USOC) names Los Angeles as the US bid city for hosting the 2024 games after Boston drops out.
US swoop on secret 'steroids labs'
US federal agents arrest more than 90 people and shut down 16 underground labs making illegal steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs.
California judge allows Uber lawsuit
A judge has allowed Uber drivers in California to take legal action to determine whether they are contractors or employees.
Google updates main company logo
Google has made a series of changes to the main logo it uses for its core services.
US clerk defies gay marriage order
A Christian official continues to refuse to issue marriage licences to same-sex couples in Kentucky despite exhausting all of her legal options.
Canadian economy enters recession
Canada's economy fell into recession in the first half of the year, official figures show, as falling oil prices took their toll.
US murder rate soars in 2015
Murder rates are soaring in many US cities after years of decline, with at least 30 major cities reporting a rise in violence.
VIDEO: Obama buys cinnamon buns for reporters
US President Barack Obama has treated a crowd of people to cinnamon buns during a visit to a coffee shop in Alaska.
VIDEO: Kerry: Iran nuclear deal 'has benefits'
US Secretary of State John Kerry spells out why he believes the Iran nuclear deal is the best way forward, as President Barack Obama secures enough support for the agreement in the US Senate.
VIDEO: US clerk refuses gay marriage licence
A Christian official has refused to issue marriage licences to same-sex couples in Kentucky despite exhausting all of her legal options.
VIDEO: What a Kanye presidency would look like
What do Kanye West's lyrics tell us about the policy positions he might focus on in a presidential campaign?
VIDEO: Cutting edge cyber security to hunt hackers
As companies around the world re-examine their cyber security following a data breach at the Ashley Madison website, the BBC's James Cook reports from California on the fight against computer hackers.
VIDEO: Baby hippo has pool play day
A five-month-old baby hippopotamus explores San Diego Zoo's pool with her mother as visitors stopped to watch their aquatic play.
VIDEO: Further Hillary Clinton emails released
Another tranche of Hillary Clinton's emails are released as part of an investigation into her use of a home computer server while she was Secretary of State.
VIDEO: Female bikers on the rise
The number of women taking to the road on motorcycles in the US is on the rise, up 30% over the past decade. Meet the members of one female-only bike club in New York
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.
Ashley Madison founder steps down
The founder and chief executive of the Ashley Madison extra-marital affair website, Noel Biderman, steps down following data hack.
TODAY'S WEATHER

Current Forecast for Leesburg

SUNNY Wednesday, 2 September 2015
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