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BBC World News

Politicians ponder Scotland's future
Politicians on both sides of the independence debate are to consider the best way ahead for Scotland after voters backed remaining in the UK.
Turkish hostages in Iraq released
Dozens of Turkish hostages seized by militants in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul in June are back in Turkey, says Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.
Ukraine deal with eastern rebels
The Ukrainian government and pro-Russian rebels agree a memorandum on a peace plan for the conflict in the east of the country, at talks in Minsk.
New Zealand votes in 'dirtiest' poll
Voters in New Zealand go to the polls after what is being called the dirtiest campaign in the nation's history.
Imams in hostage video appeal to IS
Leading British Muslim scholars make a direct appeal to Islamic State militants to free Alan Henning, a UK hostage threatened with death.
Intruder sparks White House alert
Secret Service agents briefly evacuate part of the White House after an intruder was spotted running through the grounds.
Court to hear Berlusconi fraud appeal
The European Court for Human Rights will hear Italian ex-PM Silvio Berlusconi's appeal against a fraud conviction, his lawyer says.
UK couple missing after hurricane
A British couple are reported missing off the Mexican coast after Hurricane Odile hit the country last weekend.
Russian jets intercepted off Alaska
Six Russian fighter jets are intercepted by American and Canadian planes off the coast of Alaska on Wednesday, US defence officials confirm.
Guilty plea in US embassy bombings
An Egyptian man accused of helping to plan the 1998 bombings of US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania pleads guilty in a New York court.
Catalonia approves independence vote
Catalonia's parliament votes to give its leader the power to call a secession consultation, a move the Spanish government has criticised.
VIDEO: Guinea Ebola team found killed
Eight members of a team trying to raise awareness about Ebola have been killed by villagers using machetes and clubs in Guinea, officials say.
VIDEO: US jet in emergency landing
A JetBlue airlines A-320 flying over California has been forced to make an emergency landing when an engine problem caused smoke to enter the aircraft's cabin.
VIDEO: Madrid opposes Catalan referendum
The Spanish government in Madrid says a referendum in Catalonia would be illegal under the national constitution.
VIDEO: One-minute World News
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
VIDEO: Obama: We must stop sexual assault
US President Barack Obama launches the new 'It's on Us' campaign, which aims to prevent sexual assault at American universities.
VIDEO: Hiding currency in the Dark Wallet
The developer behind the new Bitcoin tech on the fears it will hide criminal activity.
VIDEO: California 'King fire' doubles in size
Thousands of people have been forced to leave their homes in northern California after a wildfire burning out of control doubled in size in just 12 hours.
VIDEO: French launch first strikes on IS
French fighter jets have launched their first air strikes against Islamic State in northern Iraq as Kurds in northern Syria flee attacks by IS militants.
VIDEO: First buyer drops brand-new iPhone 6
The first person to buy the iPhone 6 in Perth, Australia, dropped his new gadget during an interview with a TV reporter.

Yahoo World News

French jets strike in Iraq, expanding U.S.-led campaign against Islamic State

French President Hollande listens to a question during a news conference at the Elysee Palace in ParisBy Oliver Holmes and Alexandria Sage BAGHDAD/PARIS (Reuters) - French jets struck a suspected Islamic State target in Iraq for the first time on Friday, expanding a U.S.-led military campaign against militants who have seized a third of the country and also control large parts of neighboring Syria. President Francois Hollande said Rafale jets hit "a logistics depot of the terrorists" near the city of Mosul, which has been held by Islamic State for more than three months. It promised more operations in coming days. The French military action, which follows U.S. ...



North Korea says imprisoned American tried to become 'second Snowden'

U.S. citizen Matthew Todd Miller sits in a witness box during his trial at the North Korean Supreme CourtBy James Pearson SEOUL (Reuters) - An American recently sentenced to six years hard labor by a North Korean court pretended to have secret U.S. information and was deliberately arrested in a bid to become famous and meet U.S. missionary Kenneth Bae in a North Korean prison, state media said on Saturday. Matthew Miller, 25, of Bakersfield, California, had prepared his story in advance and written in a notebook that he was seeking refuge after failing in an attempt to collect information about the U.S. government, state media said. ...



Scots spurn independence in historic vote, devolution battle begins

Supporters from the "No" Campaign celebrate in Edinburgh, ScotlandBy Alistair Smout and Guy Faulconbridge EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Scotland spurned independence and saved a union dating back 300 years in a historic referendum but its defeated leader said it would hold London to last minute offers of more power that could radically reshape the United Kingdom. A vote for the union is a relief for millions of Britons including Prime Minister David Cameron, whose job was on the line, as well as allies across the world who were horrified at the prospect of the United Kingdom breaking up. ...



Kiev, rebels agree to extra measures to ensure Ukraine cease-fire

A woman stands inside her destroyed home in the town of Ilovaysk, eastern UkraineMINSK (Reuters) - Pro-Russian separatists and representatives from Kiev and Moscow agreed on Saturday on further measures to ensure a cease-fire between Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists. Violations of a Sept. 5 cease-fire between Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists, whom Kiev says have been reinforced by Russian weapons and soldiers crossing over the two countries' porous border, have kept Ukrainian troops on full alert. ...



U.S. aims to keep Iran atomic talks separate from Islamic State conflict

Iran's Foreign Minister Zarif attends a bilateral meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Kerry in ViennaBy Arshad Mohammed WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. officials hope to prevent two diplomatic challenges with Iran from colliding next week: the Iranian nuclear program and the threat posed by the Islamic State militant group. Their basic dilemma is how to keep Iran from hardening its stance in the nuclear talks out of a belief, which U.S. officials say would be misguided, that Washington might make nuclear concessions in exchange for help against IS. ...



Kurdish leader urges world to protect Syrian town from Islamic State

Turkish security forces stand guard as Syrians wait behind the border fences near the southeastern town of Suruc in Sanliurfa provinceBy Seyhmus Cakan DIKMETAS Turkey (Reuters) - Iraqi Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani called on Friday for international intervention to protect a Kurdish town in neighboring Syria from Islamic State fighters who have forced many Syrian Kurds to flee across the border into Turkey. Thousands of Kurds crossed the frontier on Friday, fearing an imminent attack on the border town of Ayn al-Arab, known as Kobani in Kurdish, as Islamic State (IS) fighters advanced after seizing dozens of nearby villages over the past two days. ...



Kiev, rebels ink deal creating buffer zone

A Ukrainian serviceman looks at a recently bombed Ukrainian camp near the village of Dmytryivka in the Lugansk region on September 19, 2014Minsk (AFP) - Kiev and pro-Russian separatists on Saturday signed a deal creating a demilitarised zone in conflict-torn eastern Ukraine after fresh talks aimed at ending a brutal five-month war.



Turkey secures release of 49 hostages seized in northern Iraq
By Seyhmus Cakan SANLIURFA Turkey (Reuters) - Turkish intelligence agents brought 49 hostages seized by Islamic State militants in northern Iraq back to Turkey on Saturday after more than three months in captivity, in what President Tayyip Erdogan described as a covert rescue operation. The hostages, including Turkey's consul-general, diplomats' children and special forces soldiers, were brought to the southern Turkish city of Sanliurfa in the early hours of the morning. Police formed a cordon outside the airport as they arrived in buses with curtains drawn, a Reuters witness said. ...
18 IS jihadists killed fighting Syria Kurds: monitor

Syrian Kurds cross the border between Syria and Turkey in Sanliurfa province, on September 19, 2014Beirut (AFP) - At least 18 jihadists from the Islamic State group were killed in overnight clashes with Kurdish fighters in northern Syria near a strategic border, a monitoring group said Saturday.



Top Asian News at 7:30 a.m. GMT
NEW YORK (AP) — Alibaba debuted as a publicly traded company Friday and swiftly climbed nearly 40 percent in a mammoth IPO that offered eager investors seemingly unlimited growth potential and a way to tap into the burgeoning Chinese middle class. The sharp demand for shares sent the market value of the e-commerce giant soaring well beyond that of Amazon, eBay and even Facebook. The initial public offering was on track to be the world's largest, with the possibility of raising as much as $25 billion.
IOC's Bach says sports tied to politics
INCHEON, China (AP) — International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach says sports must acknowledge its relationship to politics and big business, while still maintaining its neutrality.
Polls close in New Zealand election

New Zealand Prime Minister and leader of the National Party John Key, center, and his wife Bronagh and son Max cast their votes in the national election in Auckland, New Zealand, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. Polls indicate Key's center-right National Party is the most popular party, and Key is the front-runner to remain the country's leader. (AP Photo/New Zealand Herald, Brett Phibbs) NEW ZEALAND OUT, AUSTRALIA OUTWELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Polling booths closed Saturday in New Zealand's general election with Prime Minister John Key seeking a third term in office.



Jihadi ideologue calls for freeing British hostage
CAIRO (AP) — A renowned jihadi ideologue has urged the Islamic State group to release British aid worker Alan Henning, saying Islam forbids harming non-Muslims who work with relief agencies.
Obama faces questions on prospect of expanded war

In this Sept. 17, 2014 photo, President Barack Obama, center, with Sec. of Defense Chuck Hagel, left, and Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III, right, Commander of the US Central Command (CentCom), before the start of a briefing at MacDill Air Force Base, Fla. Obama’s military campaign against Islamic State extremists has already crept beyond the narrow parameters he first outlined three months ago. But military experts both inside and outside of the administration argue that even more may be needed for the mission to succeed, including embedding U.S. ground troops with Iraqi security forces who are on the front line of the fight against the violent militants. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama's military campaign against Islamic State group extremists has already crept beyond the narrow parameters he first outlined three months ago.



Turkey: 49 hostages have been freed

FILE - Turkey's new Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu announces his cabinet ministers in Ankara, Turkey, in this Aug. 29, 2014 file photo. Davutoglu says 49 Turkish hostages held by Islamic militants have been freed. Davutoglu said the group was released early on Saturday Sept. 20, 2014 and had arrived in Turkey. (AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici, File)ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Saturday that 49 hostages who were seized by Islamic militants in Iraq have been freed and safely returned to Turkey, ending Turkey's most serious hostage crisis.



El Salvador ex-president jailed on corruption charges

Former Salvadorean president Francisco Flores (C) is escorted from his residence in the upscale Colonia San Benito district of San Salvador on September 19, 2014 to the headquarters of the Narcotics UnitSan Salvador (AFP) - Former El Salvadoran president Francisco Flores, accused of embezzling $15 million donated by Taiwan while in office, was sent to prison after the court revoked his house arrest.



New shooting star fires China into life

China's Zhang Mengyuan competes during the women's 10m air pistol final of the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon on September 20, 2014Incheon (South Korea) (AFP) - Zhang Menyuang became China's new shooting hero Saturday as the continental giant claimed three Asian Games gold medals to quickly establish its domination in Incheon.



49 Turks kidnapped by IS militants freed: PM

Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga fighters fire at Islamic-State (IS) positions, from the top of Mount Zardak, about 25kms east of Mosul on September 9, 2014Istanbul (AFP) - Dozens of Turkish nationals held hostage by Islamic State jihadists in northern Iraq for more than three months have been released and brought to Turkey, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Saturday.



Weather helps crews make gains against California wildfire

A piece of burnt metal is seen at the King Fire in Fresh Pond northeast of SacramentoBy Dan Whitcomb and Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Fire crews in California's rugged Sierra Nevada seized on a break in the weather on Friday to slowly gain ground against a blaze threatening to destroy 12,000 homes as it roared for a seventh day through dry timber and brush west of Lake Tahoe. More than 3,000 residents of those dwellings remained displaced, Larry Pendarvis, spokesman for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, said. ...



Philippine storm moves north, leaves 5 dead

Commuters are ferried on a three-wheeled tricycle locally known as "sidecar" after heavy monsoon rains spawned by tropical storm Fung-Wong flooded Manila and most parts of the metropolis Friday, Sept 19, 2014 in the Philippines. Heavy rains from a storm and the seasonal monsoon caused widespread flooding Friday in the Philippine capital and nearby provinces, shutting down schools and government offices. Local authorities reported thousands were evacuated early Friday from severely inundated communities, some with rapidly flowing waters more than neck high. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A storm that brought torrential monsoon rains which flooded much of the Philippine capital gained strength and battered the country's northernmost provinces Saturday with heavy downpours and strong winds.



BBC Sports News

Yaya Toure targets Champions League
Manchester City's Yaya Toure tells BBC's Football Focus he wants to win the Champions League for the club's fans.
Platini will not return £16,000 watch

Sinatra, chips & flowers for my mam

Red Bull 'can upset Mercedes fight'
Sebastian Vettel believes Red Bull could upset the Mercedes title battle in this weekend's Singapore Grand Prix.
Lennon keen on Cardiff & Fulham jobs
Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon tells BBC Radio 5 live that the vacant posts at Cardiff City and Fulham interest him.
St Helens 41-0 Castleford Tigers
James Roby scores two first-half tries as St Helens beat Castleford to reach the Super League play-off semi-finals.
Wembley to host Euro 2020 final

Clubs agree World Cup compensation
Premiership clubs have settled their dispute over the 2015 World Cup by agreeing a £13million compensation deal with the RFU.
Sprinter Spearmon given doping ban
American sprinter Wallace Spearmon is given a three-month doping ban from the United States Anti-Doping Agency.
Ryan seeks historic Ayr Gold Cup win
Amy Ryan will bid to become the first female jockey to win the Ayr Gold Cup when she rides Blaine on Saturday.
Bell ruled out of One-Day Cup final
Warwickshire and England batsman Ian Bell is ruled out of Saturday's One-Day Cup final against Durham at Lord's.
Ronaldo bid possible, says Van Gaal
Man Utd boss Louis van Gaal says a bid for Cristiano Ronaldo is possible but doubts Real Madrid will sell the forward.
Scottish racing welcomes 'No' vote
Scottish horse racing welcomes the victory for the "No" side in Thursday's independence referendum.
Slade signs new Exeter contract
Exeter Chiefs back Henry Slade signs a new long-term contract with the Premiership club.
Hamilton top under Singapore lights
Lewis Hamilton sets the pace in second practice at the Singapore Grand Prix as title rival Nico Rosberg is 13th fastest.
NFL boss sorry over abuse scandals
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says he 'got it wrong' in dealing with issues of domestic violence that have plagued the league over the past weeks.
Partick Thistle 1-2 St Mirren
Kenny McLean's last-gasp penalty against Partick Thistle gives St Mirren their first win and points of the season.
Connacht 10-9 Leinster
Connacht stun Leinster as they maintain their winning start to the Pro12 season and move to the top of the table.
Assou-Ekotto ban for 'quenelle' post
Tottenham's Benoit Assou-Ekotto is banned for three games for his comments on the Nicolas Anelka "quenelle" incident.
Uefa investigates Partizan banner
Uefa opens disciplinary proceedings against Partizan Belgrade over the anti-Semitic flag shown in Thursday's game against Spurs

BBC Americas News

NFL boss sorry over abuse scandals
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says he 'got it wrong' in dealing with issues of domestic violence that have plagued the league over the past weeks.
Russian jets intercepted off Alaska
Six Russian fighter jets are intercepted by American and Canadian planes off the coast of Alaska on Wednesday, US defence officials confirm.
Intruder sparks White House alert
Secret Service agents briefly evacuate part of the White House after an intruder was spotted running through the grounds.
Obama in push against sexual assault
Actors, athletes and musicians join the White House in a public drive to prevent sexual assault on US university campuses.
US 'police killer' manhunt continues
Police searching for a man accused of killing an officer say they have limited the area in which he can hide, as the manhunt enters a seventh day.
Guilty plea in US embassy bombings
An Egyptian man accused of helping to plan the 1998 bombings of US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania pleads guilty in a New York court.
Three guilty of selling tainted nuts
A federal jury in Georgia convicts three people in connection with a salmonella outbreak that sickened hundreds and caused nine deaths in 2008-09.
Eight dead in Florida house shooting
A grandfather shot dead his daughter and her six children before taking his own life at a home in Bell, Florida, police say.
Alibaba shares surge on NY debut
Alibaba's shares closed significantly above their initial price on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday, a sign of the excitement surrounding the Chinese internet giant.
Obama hails Congress vote on Syria
President Obama says Congress's backing for his $500m plan to aid moderate Syrian rebels shows that the US is united against Islamic State.
Mayor Rob Ford vows to beat cancer
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford thanks his supporters and tells them he will beat the rare, aggressive cancer he was diagnosed with earlier this week.
Indian-American named as India envoy
US President Barack Obama names Richard Verma as the next ambassador to India, the first Indian-American to step into that role.
VIDEO: California 'King fire' doubles in size
Thousands of people have been forced to leave their homes in northern California after a wildfire burning out of control doubled in size in just 12 hours.
VIDEO: Obama: 'We do not give in to fear'
President Obama has thanked Congress for their strong bipartisan support that "shows the world Americans are united in confronting the threat from Isil".
VIDEO: 'No end in sight' for California fires
A wildfire in California has doubled in size in just 12 hours, forcing thousands to leave their homes. Kaitlin Lewis of KFBK Radio News is in Sacramento near the site of the fire.
VIDEO: Obama: We must stop sexual assault
US President Barack Obama launches the new 'It's on Us' campaign, which aims to prevent sexual assault at American universities.
VIDEO: Controlled explosion on US bridge
Part of a bridge has been demolished near Paducah in Kentucky, in the US.
VIDEO: Mayor of Toronto diagnosed with cancer
Mayor of Toronto Rob Ford has been diagnosed with a rare type of cancerous tumour.
VIDEO: Leonardo DiCaprio's UN climate role
The Hollywood actor, Leonardo diCaprio, has been appointed as a United Nations representative on climate change.
VIDEO: Friends again: Cafe marks 20 years
In honour of the 20th anniversary of the start of the Friends series, a pop-up coffee shop is opening in New York City.
TODAY'S WEATHER

Current Forecast for Leesburg

CLOUDY Saturday, 20 September 2014
Conditions
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Relative Humidity
Wind
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CLOUDY
64°F
93%
SSE at 6 mph
30.29 inches
10 miles
 
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