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BBC World News

Japan PM condemns Goto hostage video
PM Shinzo Abe condemns a "despicable" Islamic State threat to kill hostage Kenji Goto within 24 hours, saying Japan is working for his release.
Bank chief warns of pandemic threat
The president of the World Bank warns that the world is "dangerously unprepared" for future pandemics like the deadly Ebola outbreak.
Apple profit 'biggest in history'
Apple's first quarter profit of $18bn is the biggest ever quarterly profit for a public company, according to Standard and Poor's.
Asylum group 'legally held at sea'
Australia's month-long detention of 157 Sri Lankan asylum seekers at sea last year was legal, the High Court rules.
Mexico insists 43 students are dead
Mexico's attorney general insists that 43 students who disappeared four months ago were killed and their bodies burnt and disposed of.
US admits snow forecast errors
The US National Weather Service says its forecasting is "subject to error", after predictions of a historic blizzard for New York City fell flat.
Foreigners dead in Tripoli attack
Militants attack a hotel in the Libyan capital Tripoli, killing at least nine people including five foreigners, officials say.
Spain charges priests with sex abuse
A judge in the southern Spanish city of Granada charges 10 Roman Catholic priests and two Catholic lay workers with child sex abuse.
Litvinenko lawyer accuses Russia
Ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko was murdered for trying to "expose the corruption" at the heart of Russia's "mafia state", an inquiry hears.
Manus detainees 'to be sent home'
Most detainees at the Australian-run Manus Island centre are not refugees and will soon be repatriated, says the PM of PNG, but campaigners dismiss the claim.
Argentina Jews boycott memorial
Jewish groups in Argentina boycott the government's Holocaust memorial, in protest at the investigation into the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman.
Obama visits new Saudi King Salman
US President Barack Obama cuts short an India trip to lead a bipartisan delegation to Saudi Arabia following the death of King Abdullah.
VIDEO: IS threatens to kill Japanese hostage
Islamic State are threatening to kill two more hostages, unless Jordan frees an Iraqi woman held there and sentenced to death after being accused of involvement in hotel bombings in Oman in 2005.
VIDEO: Syrian children photograph lives
Hundreds of Syrian children have contributed to an exhibition about their lives in refugee camps in Lebanon.
VIDEO: First in the village to own a fridge
A tailor from Calcutta buys his first fridge, which is also the first of his entire village.
VIDEO: One-minute World News
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
VIDEO: 'I had to survive to tell the world'
Kitty Hart-Moxon survived two years as a prisoner at the infamous Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz. She spoke to Witness about how she coped.
VIDEO: Greece's push for a debt "haircut"
Opposition to austerity is at the core of Greece's new leader's agenda but it will also push for half of Greek debt to be written off, bringing it down to a more sustainable level, a so-called "haircut".
VIDEO: Survivors place candles at Auschwitz
Auschwitz survivors have been speaking at a ceremony to mark the 70th anniversary since the liberation of the Nazi death camp.
VIDEO: 'Auschwitz I got over, the loss I never did'
Eva Schloss survived the Holocaust with her mother Fritzi after being imprisoned in Auschwitz.

Yahoo World News

Nine killed as gunmen storm luxury hotel in Libyan capital

Security forces surround Corinthia hotel after a car bomb in TripoliBy Ahmed Elumami TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Heavily armed gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in Tripoli favored by Libyan officials and visiting delegations on Tuesday, killing at least nine people, including foreigners, before blowing themselves up with a grenade. Officials said shooting erupted inside the five-star Corinthia Hotel and security forces evacuated guests, including Tripoli's prime minister and an American delegation, after at least two gunmen blasted through the building's reception. It was one of the worst assaults targeting foreigners since the 2011 civil war that ousted Muammar Gaddafi and fractured the oil-producing North African state into fiefdoms of rival armed groups with two national governments, both claiming legitimacy. "The attackers opened fire inside the hotel," Omar Khadrawi, head of Tripoli security, told Reuters.



New video of Islamic State captives 'despicable', says Japan PM

Man walks past screens displaying TV news programme showing image of Goto, one of two Japanese citizens taken captive by Islamic State militants, on a street in TokyoBy Elaine Lies and Takashi Umekawa TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday termed as "despicable" a new video appearing to show Islamic State captive Kenji Goto saying he had 24 hours to live unless Jordan released a would-be suicide bomber. The voice on the video added that another hostage, Jordanian pilot Muath al-Kasaesbeh, had a shorter time to live. "The video is despicable and I feel strong anger," Abe told reporters. The voice said Japanese national Goto would be killed unless Jordan freed death row inmate Sajida al-Rishawi, an Iraqi woman held by Jordan for her role in a 2005 suicide bombing that killed 60 people in Amman.



Malaysia to release interim report on MH370 on March 7

A combination photo shows drawings with messages of hope for passengers of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 at Kuala Lumpur International AirportMalaysia's Department of Civil Aviation will release an interim report on the investigation into the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 on March 7, a day before the one-year anniversary of the disappearance, deputy transport minister Aziz Kaprawi said on Wednesday. "It will have details on the technical investigation," Aziz told Reuters. This is to abide by a requirement from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) for Malaysia to release an interim report on the anniversary of the incident, said Aziz. The findings of an international investigation team set up in April 2014 will also be included in the report.



Indonesia's search for AirAsia crash victims could end in days

Police officer stands near part of the fuselage of crashed AirAsia Flight QZ8501 inside a storage facility at Kumai port in Pangkalan BunBy Wilda Asmarini JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's search for dozens of victims still unaccounted for from last month's crash of an AirAsia passenger jet could end within days if no more bodies are found, a senior government official said on Wednesday. The Airbus A320 vanished from radar screens in bad weather over the Java Sea on Dec. 28, less than half-way into a two-hour flight from Surabaya, Indonesia's second-biggest city, to Singapore. Indonesia's civilian National Search and Rescue Agency said it would scour the sea for bodies for at least another week. "Within one week we will evaluate (our search) depending on the result," agency chief Fransiskus Bambang Soelistyo told reporters.



Mexico not planning to extradite drug kingpin Guzman: official

PGR handout photo of Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "Shorty" GuzmanMexico is not planning to extradite to the United States captured drug lord Joaquin Guzman because he will first have to serve out jail time at home, an official at the federal attorney general's office said on Tuesday. Mexican Attorney General Jesus Murillo said last week a U.S. request was imminent for the extradition of Guzman, who is best known in Mexico as El Chapo, or Shorty, because of his height. "At the moment, the extradition of El Chapo is not being contemplated," the official said, adding that only once Guzman had served his sentences in Mexico could extradition be considered. Guzman was the most wanted capo in the country until he was captured by security forces last February in northwestern Mexico, where he headed the Sinaloa Cartel, one of the most powerful drug smuggling outfits in the world.



Australian court rules detention of Sri Lankan asylum seekers on high seas lawful
Australia's highest court ruled on Wednesday that the government's detention of Tamil asylum seekers on the high seas outside its territorial waters was lawful, a win for the government's controversial immigration policies. The High Court ruling means the group of 157 refugees, including 50 children, are not entitled to seek compensation after they were held on an Australian customs ship for almost a month last June. The decision comes after the government introduced revisions to its immigration laws in December that give it almost unchecked powers to deal with asylum seekers, a move that has concerned human rights advocates.
Hopes fade of finding more AirAsia crash victims

Indonesia's National Search and Rescue Agency chief Bambang Soelistyo, holds a press conference on the search for victims of the AirAsia plane crash, in Jakarta on January 28, 2015Indonesia's search and rescue agency said Wednesday that 92 victims still missing after an AirAsia plane crash could have been swept away or be lost on the seabed after no more bodies were found in the jet's fuselage. "They could be on the seabed, or have been swept away by waves and currents," S.B. Supriyadi, a search and rescue agency official who has been coordinating the hunt, told AFP. The military, which has provided the bulk of personnel and equipment for the operation, withdrew from the search Tuesday due to the failure to find more victims, and after several failed attempts to lift the damaged fuselage. The civilian search and rescue agency has said it will push on with the hunt for at least a week, with three aircraft, several ships, and divers.



Rights group chides Israel 'policy' of bombing Gaza homes

A Palestinian woman walks past on January 27, 2015 a building destroyed during last year's 50-day war between Israel and Hamas-led militants, in Gaza City's al-Shejaiya neighborhoodAn Israeli rights group Wednesday criticised the government for what it called a deliberate policy of launching air strikes on homes that killed hundreds of civilians during last year's Gaza war. In a report examining 70 raids on residential buildings in the besieged Palestinian territory, B'Tselem said Israeli officials were responsible for civilian casualties during the 50-day conflict that killed nearly 2,200 Palestinians. "A hallmark of the fighting in Gaza this summer was the numerous strikes on residential buildings, destroying them while their occupants were still inside," the 49-page report said. In the cases B'Tselem investigated, 606 people were killed, 70 percent of whom were under 18 or over 60.



Bill would grant war powers to fight Islamic State militants
WASHINGTON (AP) — The top Democrat on the House intelligence committee is backing an effort to authorize President Barack Obama's war against Islamic State militants, saying Congress should not wait to see if the White House sends over its blueprint of what it should say.
Cameroon, Ivory Coast clash in tense Nations Cup Group D finish

Cameroon's Aurelien Chedjou celebrates after scoring during the Africa Cup of Nations match against Guinea in Malabo on January 24, 2015The old adage that everything will be decided on the pitch may not prove to be true in the case of Group D at this year's Africa Cup of Nations. All four matches in the group have ended in 1-1 draws, leaving the Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Guinea and Mali absolutely even ahead of the final games in Malabo and Mongomo on Wednesday. The 2015 version of the Elephants will hope to win and thereby avoid a similar fate as they face Cameroon at the Estadio de Malabo. Coach Herve Renard will again be without forward Gervinho, who completes a two-match suspension following his sending-off against Guinea, while midfielder Cheick Tiote will serve a one-game ban after being booked in both matches to date.



Sheffield stand in Spurs way to League cup final

Tottenham Hotspur's Andros Townsend during the League Cup semi-final first-leg match against Sheffield United at White Hart Lane on January 21, 2015Tottenham Hotspur's reputation as a club that thrives in knockout competition was dented by an FA Cup exit at the hands of Leicester at the weekend but Mauricio Pochettino's men remain close to reaching the League Cup final, nonetheless. Only third-tier Sheffield United stand in their way and Spurs will arrive in Yorkshire for Wednesday's second leg of the semi-final with a 1-0 lead secured when the teams met in north London. Spurs have won the League Cup four times in all and have reached the final three times this century alone, beating Chelsea in 2008 and then going down on penalties to Manchester United the following year, having previously lost in the 2002 climax to Blackburn Rovers.



Top Asian News at 6:00 a.m. GMT
TOKYO (AP) — The mother of a Japanese hostage held by Islamic State extremists has appealed publicly to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to save her son after his captors issued what they said was a final death threat. Junko Ishido, mother of journalist Kenji Goto, read to reporters her plea to Abe to "Please save Kenji," which she said she sent earlier Wednesday.
Mother makes emotional appeal to Japanese leader to save son

This still image taken from a video posted on YouTube by jihadists on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015, shows a still photo of Japanese journalist Kenji Goto holding what appears to be a photo of Jordanian pilot 1st Lt. Mu'ath al-Kaseasbeh. Both are being held hostage by the Islamic State militant group. The still image was overdubbed with audio in which Goto delivers a message from the militants demanding the release of Sajida al-Rishawi, an Iraqi woman sentenced to death in Jordan for involvement in a 2005 terror attack that killed 60 people. The Arabic subtitle reads "I only have 24 hours left to live." The Associated Press could not independently verify the video. (AP Photo)TOKYO (AP) — The mother of a Japanese hostage held by Islamic State extremists appealed publicly Wednesday to Japan's leader to save her son after his captors issued what they said was a final death threat.



Vietnam War-era helicopter crashes, killing 4 soldiers
HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — An American-built helicopter once used in the Vietnam War crashed Wednesday during a training mission in the Southeast Asian nation, killing all four soldiers aboard, the military said.
Group: Israel violated rules of war in strikes on Gaza homes

Sufian Wadiya, 36, shows donated food in a classroom at a U.N. school where he and his eleven family members live after their home was destroyed by Israeli strikes during last summer's Israel-Hamas war, in Gaza city, northern Gaza Strip, Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015. The U.N. Relief and Works Agency said it suspended an aid program for Gaza residents displaced by the war because of a large shortfall in funds from donor countries. Robert Turner, head of the U.N. agency in Gaza, says that "virtually none" of the $5.4 billion pledged by the international community in aid to Gaza has reached Gaza and that this is "distressing and unacceptable." (AP Photo/Adel Hana)JERUSALEM (AP) — A majority of Palestinians killed in dozens of Israeli attacks on Gaza homes in the 2014 war with Hamas were women, minors or the elderly, and some of the strikes violated the rules of war, an Israeli rights group said Wednesday.



Snails slither into spa scene in Thailand and around world

In this photo taken Monday, Jan. 19, 2015, a customer receives beauty treatment with snails at a snail farm in Chiang Mai province, northern of Thailand. This latest addition to the global beauty and wellness craze - snail facials - should surface in the hills of the area is only natural. This Southeast Asian country ranks among the world’s top spa destinations, with massage treatments of every description offered around just about every corner. (AP Photo/Denis Gray)CHIANG MAI, Thailand (AP) — The last time I encountered escargots they were served up by a French waiter, sizzling in garlic and herb butter. Now, one is slithering up the bridge of my nose while five others are being stuck onto other parts of my face by a Thai beautician, all secreting snail slime to hopefully smooth out some wrinkles and otherwise give me a younger-than-my-age look.



Mother of IS hostage makes tearful appeal to Japan's leader to save her son as deadline looms
TOKYO (AP) — Mother of IS hostage makes tearful appeal to Japan's leader to save her son as deadline looms .
Serena Williams advances, Venus out of Australian Open

Madison Keys of the U.S. makes a forehand return to compatriot Venus Williams during their quarterfinal match at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne, Australia, Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015. (AP Photo/Rob Griffith)MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Madison Keys got one Williams sister out of the way on Wednesday at the Australian Open. On Thursday, the 19-year-old American will try to make it two, and this sibling might be a little tougher, even with a cold.



Govt tells immigration agents to ID immigrants not to deport
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration has ordered immigration agents to ask immigrants they encounter living in the country illegally whether they might qualify under President Barack Obama's plans to avoid deporting them, according to internal training materials obtained by The Associated Press.
Egyptian police criticized over death of female protester

FILE - In this Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015 file photo Egyptians carry the coffin of Shaimaa el-Sabagh, a 32-year-old mother, who was shot Saturday in downtown Cairo while taking part in a gathering commemorating the nearly 900 protesters killed in the revolution, during her funeral procession in Alexandria, Egypt, Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015. Egypt's police are coming under withering criticism as signs mount that police officers not only fired birdshot at el-Sabagh during a peaceful protest last weekend but then also hampered efforts to save her life by ignoring pleas to let an ambulance take her away. (AP Photo/Heba Khamis, File)CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's police are coming under withering criticism as signs mount that officers not only fired birdshot at a young mother during a peaceful protest last weekend but then also hampered efforts to save her life by ignoring pleas to let an ambulance take her away.



BBC Sports News

Chelsea 1-0 Liverpool (agg 2-1)
Chelsea are into the League Cup final after a 1-0 extra-time victory over Liverpool in a pulsating semi-final second leg at Stamford Bridge.
Keys through to face Serena in semi

Broad sorry for minimum wage tweet

Armstrong is a scapegoat - McQuaid

Allenby maintains 'kidnap' claim
Golfer Robert Allenby says police are continuing to investigate his claim that he was kidnapped, robbed and beaten in Hawaii.
Oldham turned against me - Montano
Former Oldham player Cristian Montano accuses the club of double standards in its attempts to sign convicted rapist Ched Evans.
Wednesday's gossip column
Real Madrid still keen on Sterling, Chelsea want Ramos and Cuadrado, Fletcher's Man Utd exit stalls, plus more.
Berdych favourite for final - Murray

Costa 'stamps' accidental - Mourinho
Diego Costa's two 'stamps' in Chelsea's League Cup semi-final win over Liverpool were "accidental" says Jose Mourinho.
Injured Farrell to miss Six Nations

Woods all smiles after tooth fixed
Tiger Woods admits it hurt to breathe after losing a tooth while watching girlfriend Lindsey Vonn in a ski race.
Fabregas injury concern for Man City
Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas is an injury concern for the Premier League match against Manchester City with a tight hamstring.
Stoke's Bojan ruled out for season
Stoke City striker Bojan Krkic is ruled out for the rest of the season with an anterior cruciate ligament injury.
Derby County 2-0 Blackburn Rovers
Derby move up to second in the Championship after Darren Bent's second-half brace beats a resilient Blackburn side.
South Africa 1-2 Ghana
Andre Ayew scores late on to take Ghana into the Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals while South Africa go out.
Ricciardo wants 2015 'title fight'
Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo hopes he can challenge Mercedes and have a "proper title fight" in 2015.
Rugby star guilty of 'Batman punch'
A Scottish international rugby player is found guilty of punching a fellow player in a fast food shop in Glasgow while dressed as Batman.
Troon to review male-only policy
Royal Troon Golf Club plans to review its male-only membership policy ahead of hosting the 2016 Open Championship.
England 'making excellent progress'
Assistant coach Paul Farbrace is looking forward to seeing England's players perform "under real pressure" against India.
Pakistan's Sohail 'spooked by ghost'
Pakistan all-rounder Haris Sohail is left "visibly shaken" after an apparent ghostly encounter in a New Zealand hotel.

BBC Americas News

US admits snow forecast errors
The US National Weather Service says its forecasting is "subject to error", after predictions of a historic blizzard for New York City fell flat.
Obama visits new Saudi King Salman
US President Barack Obama cuts short an India trip to lead a bipartisan delegation to Saudi Arabia following the death of King Abdullah.
US museums consider London outpost
The world's largest museum and research institution could be heading for London as part of a multi-million dollar redevelopment of the 2012 Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Planet hosts giant ring system
Astronomers say they have discovered a gigantic ring system around a distant planet - the first such structure discovered outside our Solar System.
Facebook suffers widespread fault
Facebook says it was responsible for a fault that caused its social network, Instagram photo service and other apps to become unavailable for about 40 minutes.
Joan Rivers' daughter sues clinic
Joan Rivers' daughter files a malpractice claim against the New York clinic that treated her mother days before she died.
Ex-CIA officer guilty over Iran leak
A former CIA officer has been convicted of leaking classified details of a US operation against Iran to a New York Times reporter.
I'd probably cheat again - Armstrong
Lance Armstrong says the time is coming when he should be forgiven, and tells the BBC he would do it again under the same circumstances.
Device triggers White House alert
A flying device known as a "quad copter" triggered a security alert when it landed in the grounds of the White House, a US official says.
FBI cracks 'Russian spy ring'
The FBI has arrested a man on charges he was spying for Russia and trying to recruit sources in New York City, says the US attorney general.
Obama push to expand Alaskan refuge
President Barack Obama is to propose setting aside the majority of Alaska's national wildlife refuge as a wilderness area.
US talk show pioneer Franklin dies
Joe Franklin, who was a New York TV host for 43 years and is credited by some as having invented the talk show format, dies at the age of 88.
Obama attends India's Republic Day
President Barack Obama begins the second day of his visit to India by becoming the first US head of state to attend the Republic Day parade.
VIDEO: 'Blizzard' underwhelms New Yorkers
New York City residents expecting the storm of the century were not impressed with the snowfall.
VIDEO: Snowy Statue of Liberty time-lapse
Snow has turned some of New York's most iconic landmarks white, including the area around the Statue of Liberty.
VIDEO: 'Getting back to normal' after NY snow
New York residents told the BBC's Laura Trevelyan that it's still quiet in the city but getting back to normal.
VIDEO: Storm-hit US town faces flooding
The BBC's Gary O'Donoghue who is in Scituate in Massachusetts reports on impact of the storm on this coastal town.
VIDEO: Where is NY 'snowmageddon'?
There has been heavy snowfall across the north-east of America but the predicted chaos in some areas has not been as bad as expected as Laura Trevelyan reports
VIDEO: 'Adoring' crowd greets Obamas in India
Crowds of people, including many students, greeted Barack and Michelle Obama on their final day of their trip to India.
VIDEO: Splashdown as plane runs out of fuel
Dramatic footage has been released of the moment a pilot, whose plane was running out of fuel, survived ditching in the ocean off Hawaii on Sunday.
TODAY'S WEATHER

Current Forecast for Leesburg

M/CLEAR Wednesday, 28 January 2015
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M/CLEAR
28°F
68%
NW at 23 mph
30.02 inches
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