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BBC World News

World's longest rail tunnel to open
The world's longest and deepest rail tunnel is to be officially opened in Switzerland, after almost two decades of construction work.
Green energy surges to record levels
The world added far more renewable energy sources than fossil fuels in 2015, with developing countries overtaking richer nations on green spending.
Police to investigate gorilla shooting
Police are to investigate the circumstances around the killing of a gorilla at Cincinnati Zoo after a three-year-old boy fell into his enclosure.
N Korean editorial praises 'wise' Trump
An editorial in North Korean state media says Donald Trump is a "wise politician" whose victory in US elections could be good for the North.
Fort McMurray residents to return home
Some residents of the Canadian city of Fort McMurray are to begin returning home after a raging wildfire that displaced 90,000 people.
Chinese stowaway found on Dubai flight
A Chinese teenager is found hiding in the cargo hold of an Emirates passenger jet that had flown from Shanghai to Dubai.
US warns of Europe terror threat
The US warns that the Euro 2016 football championship being held in France next month could be a target of militant attacks.
IS hits back as army moves into Falluja
Militants from the so-called Islamic State launch a dawn counter-attack as Iraqi government troops push into the city of Falluja.
OAS seeks emergency Venezuela meeting
Organization of American States head Luis Almagro calls for an emergency meeting which could lead to the expulsion of Venezuela from the regional body.
Concordia skipper's sentence upheld
An Italian appeals court upholds the 16-year sentence given to the captain of the Costa Concordia which capsized in 2012, killing 32 people.
Polisario Front leader Abdelaziz dies
The leader of the Western Sahara independence movement, Mohamed Abdelaziz, dies after a long illness, aged 68.
Shark bites off Australian surfer's leg
A surfer is in a critical condition after losing a leg in a shark attack at a beach in Western Australia.
VIDEO: Aerial footage shows Texas flood damage
Parts of Texas have experienced unprecedented levels of flooding causing the mandatory evacuation of hundreds of residents.
VIDEO: Disney's first lesbian couple?
New trailer for Finding Dory has people wondering if it features Disney Pixar's first lesbian couple
VIDEO: DiCaprio lurks at £11,400 phone launch
Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy turn up - but won't talk - at the launch of a high-end, high-price smartphone.
VIDEO: A history of childhood in dollhouses
A collection of 12 historical dollhouses are now on display at Washington DC's National Building Museum. The curator tells the BBC about the tiny treasures.
VIDEO: On the road with Yingluck Shinawatra
Officially Thailand's former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is banned by the military from any political activity, and everyone is banned from campaigning on the new constitution.
VIDEO: Britain's tricky history with Europe
Ahead of the UK's referendum, the BBC's Rob Watson explores Britain's very tricky history with our European neighbours.
Hollande: Will he, won't he stand again?
President Hollande has endured a torrid time in power, with labour disputes currently rocking France. But don't write off his chances of a second term, says Hugh Schofield.
Travel alert is precaution, not warning
The US state department issues an alert to travellers in Europe, telling them about the risk of “terrorist attacks”.

Yahoo World News

Fear for civilians as Islamic State halts Iraqi army at gates of Falluja

Civilians who fled their homes due to clashes on the outskirts of Falluja, gather in the town of GarmaBy Maher Nazeh and Saif Hameed CAMP TARIQ, Iraq (Reuters) - Islamic State fighters halted an Iraqi army assault on the city of Falluja with a counter-attack at its southern gates on Tuesday, while the United Nations warned of peril for civilians trapped in the city and used by militants as human shields. The Iraqi army's assault on Falluja has begun what is expected to be one of the biggest battles ever fought against Islamic State, with the government backed by world powers including the United States and Iran, and determined to win back the first major Iraqi city that fell to the group in 2014. A week after Baghdad announced the start of the assault, its troops advanced in large numbers into the city limits for the first time on Monday, pouring into rural territory on its southern outskirts but stopping short of the main built-up area.



Israel's settlement drive is becoming irreversible, diplomats fear

Houses are seen in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Maale Adumim as the Palestinian village of Al-Eizariya is seen in the backgroundBy Luke Baker MITZPE YERICHO, West Bank (Reuters) - In the hills east of Jerusalem, overlooking the Palestinian city of Jericho and the Jordan Valley, stands a religious Jewish settlement whose red-tile roofs, neat gardens and brightly colored playgrounds give the sense of permanence. Mitzpe Yericho has stood on this escarpment close to the Dead Sea - the lowest point on earth - since 1978. It is one of more than 230 settlements Israelis have built on occupied land in the West Bank and East Jerusalem over the past half-century.



Exclusive: U.S.-backed Syria forces launch offensive for Manbij pocket - U.S. officials

File photo of Kurdish fighters from the People's Protection Units (YPG), who are fighting alongside with the Democratic Forces of Syria, standing near the Tishrin dam, after they captured it on Saturday from Islamic State militants, south of Kobani, SyriaBy Phil Stewart WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Thousands of U.S.-backed fighters in Syria are launching an offensive to capture from Islamic State a crucial swathe of northern Syria known as the Manbij pocket following weeks of quiet preparations, U.S. officials disclosed to Reuters. The operation, which only just started to get underway on Tuesday and could take weeks to complete, aims to choke off Islamic State's access to Syrian territory along the Turkish border that militants have long used as a logistics base for moving foreign fighters back and forth to Europe. A small number of U.S. special operations forces will support the offensive on the ground, acting as advisors and staying some distance back from the front lines, the officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss military planning.



As Beijing flexes muscles in South China Sea, Malaysia eyes harder response

Malaysian fishing boats moored at the Bintulu fishing jettyBy Joseph Sipalan MIRI, Malaysia (Reuters) - Spotting a large vessel off the coast of Sarawak state in March, officers on a Malaysian patrol boat were shocked when it steamed toward them at high speed, blaring its horn before veering off to reveal "Chinese Coast Guard" emblazoned on its side. According to an officer from the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA), Chinese Coast Guard vessels have been sighted several times before around the South Luconia Shoals, off the oil-rich town of Miri. Spurred by the incident and the appearance of some 100 Chinese fishing vessels in the area around the time, some in Malaysia are hardening the nation's previously muted responses toward their powerful neighbor China.



Death toll from Russian air strikes in Idlib climbs to 23: monitor

Civilians and civil defence members look for survivors at a site damaged after Russian air strikes on the Syrian rebel-held city of IdlibBy Tom Perry and Suleiman Al-Khalidi BEIRUT/AMMAN (Reuters) - At least 23 people were killed in Russian air strikes overnight in the rebel-held Syrian city of Idlib, the heaviest bombardment there since a cessation of hostilities was agreed in February, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. The Observatory said the air strikes targeted a number of positions in the city, one of them next to a hospital. Seven children were among the dead, Observatory Director Rami Abdulrahman said.



Venezuela's Maduro rooting for 'revolutionary friend' Sanders in U.S. campaign

Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks during a campaign rally in Santa Cruz, CaliforniaBy Girish Gupta and Corina Pons CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's embattled president, Nicolas Maduro, said on Tuesday night he supported Bernie Sanders in the U.S. presidential race, adding that the candidate, who describes himself as a democratic socialist, would win if the vote were "free." Maduro, a socialist who sees himself as the political heir to his predecessor, Hugo Chavez, has long railed against the United States, blaming it for Venezuela's economic crisis and accusing Washington of attempting to topple him. "Bernie Sanders, our revolutionary friend, ought to win in the United States," Maduro said during an hours-long televised broadcast.



Top Asian News 4:55 a.m. GMT
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Leni Robredo was a college student three decades ago when she rose with multitudes of Filipinos in a largely peaceful revolt that ousted Ferdinand Marcos as the world watched in awe. Now a neophyte 52-year-old politician, Robredo defeated Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr., son and namesake of the late dictator, in a cliffhanger race for vice president last month. Congress proclaimed her vice president-elect Monday, along with President-elect Rodrigo Duterte at the House of Representatives. Pro-democracy activists had feared a Marcos win could have threatened to reverse the legacy of the 1986 "people power" revolt, part of the anti-dictatorship resistance that Robredo says sparked her "political awakening." Robredo was a university student in 1983 when she joined thousands of mourners in a long line at a Catholic church to view the bloodied remains of anti-Marcos politician Benigno Aquino Jr., who had been assassinated by his military escorts at the Manila international airport.
North Korea sends envoy to China amid downturn in relations
BEIJING (AP) — North Korea has sent an envoy to Beijing to brief Chinese officials on recent political developments amid a downturn in relations between the formerly close communist neighbors.
Asian stock markets uneven on soft China manufacturing data

Asian stock markets uneven on soft China manufacturing dataSEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Asian stock markets were uneven on Wednesday after mixed reports on China's manufacturing activity indicated lingering weaknesses in the world's second-largest economy and U.S. consumer confidence dropped for a second month.



4 dead, 10 hurt in South Korean construction explosion

Rescue workers search for survivors after an explosion at a subway construction site in Namyangju, South Korea, Wednesday, June 1, 2016. Officials from the Gyeonggi Province Fire and Disaster Headquarters said the workers were underground when the explosion occurred Wednesday morning. (Lim Byung-shick/Yonhap via AP) KOREA OUTSEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Four people died and 10 others were injured after an explosion at a subway construction site on Wednesday near the South Korean capital of Seoul.



China says first stealth fighter not yet in service, but coming soon

A Chinese stealth fighter is seen in ChengduChina is still testing its first stealth fighter, the J-20, but the warplane will soon enter service, the air force said, after pictures circulated in Chinese media suggesting it had already joined the active fleet. China expects the J-20 to help narrow the military gap with the United States, and its confirmation of the aircraft's first test flight coincided with a visit to Beijing in 2011 by then-U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates. Some analysts have said J-20 photographs suggest China may be making faster-than-expected progress in developing a rival to Lockheed Martin's radar-evading F-22 Raptor.



In Chile, Wal-Mart adapts to local tastes to reach the top

In this Sept. 3, 2015, photo, a man buys bread at a Wal-Mart Ekono convenience store in Santiago, Chile. Chile is one of the world’s top three bread-consuming countries, along with Germany and Switzerland. (AP Photo/Luis Hidalgo)SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — As Wal-Mart tries to build an international juggernaut, it has had no greater success than in Chile, where even its failures show a commitment to adapting quickly to local shopping habits.



Criminal charges possible in killing of Cincinnati gorilla

Flowers lay around a bronze statue of a gorilla and her baby outside the Cincinnati Zoo's Gorilla World exhibit in Cincinnati, OhioBy Ginny McCabe CINCINNATI (Reuters) - The parents of a 3-year-old boy who fell into a gorilla enclosure in Cincinnati, prompting the killing of the endangered animal in order to rescue the child, are the target of an investigation into the incident, police said on Tuesday. Investigators are focusing their attention on the actions of the parents and family that led up to the incident over the weekend and not the operation or safety of the Cincinnati Zoo, where officials fatally shot Harambe, a 450-pound (200-kg) gorilla, the Cincinnati Police Department said a statement. Cincinnati police are taking a second look at possible criminal charges in the incident after initially saying no one was charged.



Renewable energy sources grew at record pace in 2015: study

Overall spending on green energy rose five percent from 2014 to $286 billion, with China accounting for more than a third of total investment worldwideDeveloping countries spent more on renewable power than rich ones for the first time last year, driving the fastest increase in sources of green energy on record, a study said Wednesday. Global investment in renewable power was more than double the amount spent on new coal and natural gas-fired power generation in 2015, the Renewables Global Status report found. Overall spending on green energy rose five percent from 2014 to $286 billion, beating the previous record set in 2011.



Man loses leg in Australia shark attack

The surfer was transferred to Royal Perth Hospital by helicopter where he was said to be in critical condition after undergoing surgeryA surfer was critical Wednesday after a shark ripped off his leg in an attack in Australia's west with witnesses recounting how "all hell broke loose" as his board was snapped in half. The attack happened at Falcon Beach, a suburb south of Perth, late Tuesday not long after Surf Life Saving WA, a volunteer non-profit organisation, tweeted that a shark, believed to be a great white, had been sighted in the area. The West Australian newspaper reported that Ben Gerring, 29, was with a group of other surfers when he was hit by the shark, which it said severed his right leg above the knee.



Top Asian News 3:58 a.m. GMT
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Leni Robredo was a college student three decades ago when she rose with multitudes of Filipinos in a largely peaceful revolt that ousted Ferdinand Marcos as the world watched in awe. Now a neophyte 52-year-old politician, Robredo defeated Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr., son and namesake of the late dictator, in a cliffhanger race for vice president last month. Congress proclaimed her vice president-elect Monday, along with President-elect Rodrigo Duterte at the House of Representatives. Pro-democracy activists had feared a Marcos win could have threatened to reverse the legacy of the 1986 "people power" revolt, part of the anti-dictatorship resistance that Robredo says sparked her "political awakening." Robredo was a university student in 1983 when she joined thousands of mourners in a long line at a Catholic church to view the bloodied remains of anti-Marcos politician Benigno Aquino Jr., who had been assassinated by his military escorts at the Manila international airport.
Aussie sentenced to life for drug trafficking in Vietnam
HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — A court in southern Vietnam has sentenced an Australian man to life in prison for drug trafficking.
World's longest rail tunnel set for grand opening

More than 28 million tonnes of rock had to be excavated from the mountain near the Gotthard pass to build the 57-kilometre (35-mile) railway tunnel under the AlpsThe world's longest train tunnel will officially open on Wednesday, nearly seven decades after the initial design was conceived. The rough design for a rail tunnel under the Gotthard Pass was first sketched by Swiss engineer Carl Eduard Gruner in 1947. Seventeen years and more than 12 billion Swiss francs ($12 billion, 11 billion euros) later, the Gotthard Base Tunnel is set for its inaugural journey.



Indonesia's battle to bring healthcare to the masses

Indonesia is seeking to roll out one of the world's biggest universal healthcare systemsWhen Heni Karmila sought to find a doctor for her ailing mother using Indonesia's new healthcare system, she faced a nine-hour wait in a line outside a crowded public hospital in Jakarta. "The queue at the hospital is always very long, packed with young and old people, pregnant women, people who have had accidents, those in need of operations and even tiny babies," the small business owner, 43, told AFP. The case illustrates the challenges for Indonesia as it seeks to roll out one of the world's biggest universal healthcare systems.



Beijing investigates death in police custody of new father
BEIJING (AP) — Beijing prosecutors say they will investigate the death in police custody of an environmentalist and new father detained on suspicion of visiting prostitutes.

BBC Sports News

Rashford makes England Euro 2016 squad
Marcus Rashford and Daniel Sturridge are included in England's squad for Euro 2016 but Andros Townsend and Danny Drinkwater miss out.
Ledley makes Wales' Euro 2016 squad
Midfielder Joe Ledley makes Wales' squad for Euro 2016 having returned to training less than a month after breaking his leg.
Murray quarter-final moved to Wednesday
Andy Murray's French Open quarter-final against Richard Gasquet is postponed until Wednesday after more wet weather in Paris.
Republic select Keane but Arter out
Robbie Keane is selected in the Republic of Ireland squad for Euro 2016 but midfielder Harry Arter misses out through injury.
GB beat world champions Netherlands
Great Britain beat Olympic and world champions Netherlands 2-1 in Amsterdam in the first of a two-match series.
Gazza & Three Lions: Shearer's Euro '96
BBC pundit and former England striker Alan Shearer on the making of his documentary about the 20th anniversary of Euro '96.
Republic of Ireland 1-2 Belarus
The Republic of Ireland lose 2-1 to Belarus in Cork in their final warm-up game before the Euro 2016 finals in France.
Djokovic in charge when rain returns
Novak Djokovic fights back from a set down to lead to Roberto Bautista Agut before rain returns at the French Open.
Leeds United sack head coach Evans
Leeds United sack head coach Steve Evans after seven months in charge of the Championship club.
Athlete's dismay as airline loses poles
British decathlete Ashley Bryant says it was "incredibly frustrating" to find out an airline had lost his vaulting poles.
'They've got to find half a squad'
A cancelled partnership with Scottish Rugby is a huge blow for London Scottish, reveals centre Alex Grove.
Selt says ban for tweets is 'draconian'
World number 25 Matthew Selt describes his two-tournament ban by snooker's governing body as a "draconian measure".
Get BBC Sport News Alerts in the app
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'Unstoppable' - the making of Kane
The secret stories and key characteristics that transformed a six-year-old stand-in keeper into the most exciting England striker for a decade.
Record-breaker Kinghorn targets Rio
After breaking four European records, Scottish wheelchair racer Sammi Kinghorn has her sights on the Rio Paralympics.
Racing's super studs
Find out more about the multi-billion pound world where luck counts as much as logic in the race for Derby success.
What's on BBC Sport this week
This week's sport on the BBC includes the French Open tennis, England's final warm-up game before Euro 2016 and the Epsom Derby.
Rio 2016: Olympic sport this week
Olympic sports news from the past week, plus the events coming up as the world's best athletes prepare for Rio.
The sport gems you missed - all in one handy newsletter
BBC Sport launches a newsletter that gives you a slightly different take on the world of sport.
Butchart wins Vitality London 10km race
Andrew Butchart wins the Vitality London 10,000m race a week after setting a new Scottish 5,000m record.

BBC Americas News

California governor endorses Clinton
California Governor Jerry Brown is endorsing Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton for president, saying it is the only way to stop Donald Trump.
US warns of Europe terror threat
The US warns that the Euro 2016 football championship being held in France next month could be a target of militant attacks.
Police to investigate gorilla shooting
Police are to investigate the circumstances around the killing of a gorilla at Cincinnati Zoo after a three-year-old boy fell into his enclosure.
The Shield actor guilty of killing wife
A court in Los Angeles finds The Shield actor Michael Jace guilty of murdering his wife.
N Korean editorial praises 'wise' Trump
An editorial in North Korean state media says Donald Trump is a "wise politician" whose victory in US elections could be good for the North.
Fort McMurray residents to return home
Some residents of the Canadian city of Fort McMurray are to begin returning home after a raging wildfire that displaced 90,000 people.
Dan Aykroyd praises Ghostbusters remake
Dan Aykroyd, the actor who played Ray Stantz in the original Ghostbusters film, has praised the upcoming remake.
Tearful end to 11-year US church protest
Parishioners in Massachusetts admit defeat in their efforts to keep their church open, bringing to a tearful end their 11-year protest.
EU data watchdog rejects privacy deal
The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) says a data transfer pact between the EU and US needs "significant improvements".
US Libertarians choose candidate
The US Libertarian Party picks Gary Johnson as its presidential nominee, seeking to capitalise on disaffection with mainstream politicians.
VIDEO: Zoo defends Harambe gorilla shooting
A US zoo has defended its decision to shoot a gorilla, after a four-year-old boy fell into its enclosure .
VIDEO: DiCaprio lurks at £11,400 phone launch
Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy turn up - but won't talk - at the launch of a high-end, high-price smartphone.
VIDEO: Why is Guantanamo still open?
The BBC's Aleem Maqbool reports from inside Guantanamo Bay detention centre, which is still open, despite President Obama vowing to shut it down eight years ago.
VIDEO: Bikers in Washington honour US war veterans
Hundreds of thousands of bikers descend on Washington DC to commemorate America's war dead and veterans.
VIDEO: WW2 aircraft pulled from Hudson River
A pilot has died after a vintage World War Two aircraft crashed in the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey.
VIDEO: Washington gets a mural makeover
A neighbourhood in Washington has been made over with murals by both international and local artists.
VIDEO: Onboard camera captures rocket landing
An onboard camera has captured the successful landing of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket, returning from space after launching an Asian communications satellite.
VIDEO: The artist subverting the selfie
David Henry Brown Jr, an artist based in New York City, says the punk ethic in his bizarre self-portraits mocks "the representation of every cliche, trope and stereotype on Instagram".
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.
Ousted pharma boss gets $9m severance
The former head of embattled drugmaker Valeant will receive $9m (£6.2m) in severance payment along with thousands of dollars in consulting fees.
TODAY'S WEATHER

Current Forecast for Leesburg

CLEAR Wednesday, 1 June 2016
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