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BBC World News

MH17 remains 'still at crash site'
The search for victims of the Malaysia Airlines crash in Ukraine must go on as only some 200 bodies have been recovered so far, Dutch officials say.
UN chief: 'Start talking' over Gaza
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon pushes for an end to the Gaza conflict with a call in Israel for both sides to "start talking".
Airlines halt flights into Israel
US and European airlines suspend flights into Israel's Ben Gurion airport after Israeli police confirmed that a rocket landed one mile away.
Suicide car bomb kills 21 in Iraq
A suicide car bomb has killed at least 21 people at a police checkpoint in Baghdad's Kadhimiya district, Iraqi police say.
Poisoned spy death inquiry announced
The government announces a public inquiry into the death of Alexander Litvinenko, the former KGB officer poisoned with radioactive polonium in London.
Call to end FGM 'in this generation'
Parents face prosecution in the UK if they fail to prevent daughters undergoing female genital mutilation or forced marriage, under new measures.
Joko Widodo wins Indonesia poll
Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo has been declared the winner of Indonesia's hotly-contested presidential election.
US courts conflict on Obamacare law
Two US appeals courts give conflicting rulings regarding a federal regulation implementing key subsidies of President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law.
Tajik spy charge academic freed
An academic working for a British university has been freed after being held for over a month in Tajikistan on suspicion of spying.
Microsoft profit falls on Nokia loss
Technology giant Microsoft reports a 7% fall in profits to $4.6bn in the second quarter, hit by a $692m loss at its newly-acquired Nokia handset division.
Children dead in French bus crash
Five children and an adult are killed in a minibus crash near the French city of Troyes, south-east of Paris, officials say.
Queen's horse fails drugs test
Estimate, a racehorse owned by the Queen, has tested positive for the prohibited substance morphine.
VIDEO: 'Miracle' survivor of Gaza blast
UN officials say more than 100,000 people have been forced to take shelter in UN buildings in Gaza because of the violence - double the number of the Gaza conflict five years ago.
VIDEO: Relatives mourn Israeli soldier deaths
Relatives of soldiers killed in Israel in the on-going fighting with Palestinians have spoken to the BBC as the UN secretary-general calls for an end to the conflict.
VIDEO: Norway: 20-hour Ramadan fast ‘tough’
In Norway, where the days can be 20 hours long in the summer, fasting during Ramadan is a particular challenge.
VIDEO: One-minute World News
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
VIDEO: Concordia to be towed to Genoa
The wrecked Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia will be towed to its home port Genoa, where it will then be scrapped.
VIDEO: Madrid fans joy at Rodriguez signing
Real Madrid have signed World Cup Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez from French league club Monaco.
VIDEO: Gaza: Why Rafah crossing matters
Lyse Doucet reports on the hardship of life in Gaza and the importance of Rafah Crossing, on the Gaza Egypt border.
VIDEO: Joko Widodo wins Indonesia election
Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo has been declared the winner of Indonesia's hotly-contested presidential election.

Yahoo World News

Train carrying MH17 bodies on final journey reaches Ukraine city
The remains of some of the nearly 300 victims of the Malaysia Airlines plane downed over Ukraine were making their way to the Netherlands on Tuesday as a senior Ukrainian separatist leader handed over the plane's black boxes to Malaysian experts.
Israel pounds Gaza despite international peace efforts

Israeli police officers detain a protester suspected of throwing stones during a protest by Israeli Arabs in the northern city of Nazareth, against Israel's offensive in the Gaza StripBy Nidal al-Mughrabi and Jeffrey Heller GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel pounded targets across the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, saying no ceasefire was near as top U.S. and United Nations diplomats pursued talks on halting the fighting that has claimed more than 600 lives. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry held discussions in neighbouring Egypt, while U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon met Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv and later with the Palestinian prime minister in the occupied West Bank. Dealing a blow to Israel's economy already reeling from a spate of tourism cancellations, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) took the rare step of banning U.S. carriers from flying to or from Ben-Gurion International Airport for at least 24 hours after a rocket fired from Gaza struck near the airport's fringes, injuring two people. Israel's flagship carrier El Al continued flights as usual.



Suicide bomb kills at least four at army base in Benghazi: security source
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - At least four people were killed in a suicide bombing at an army base in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi on Tuesday, a security source said. Islamist militants and army forces have been clashing regularly in the city, but suicide attacks have been rare during the turmoil that has followed the 2011 overthrow over veteran ruler Muammar Gaddafi. (Reporting by Patrick Markey; Editing by Alison Williams)
Iraqi air strikes kill 19 around militant-held Falluja: medical official

Members of the Iraqi security forces take their positions during a patrol in the town of Jurf al-SakharBy Kamal Namaa FALLUJA Iraq (Reuters) - Iraqi government air strikes killed 19 people, including children, in Falluja on Monday and Tuesday, a health official in the militant-held city said. The Iraqi army has been shelling Falluja, 70 km (44 miles) west of Baghdad, for months, trying to drive out the Sunni militants from the group now known as Islamic State. Ahmed al-Shami, a spokesman for the Falluja health office - the local arm of the health ministry - said the 19 dead included women and children and that Falluja hospital had also received 38 wounded people since Monday evening. Residents of Falluja and the nearby town of Garma said helicopters fired artillery and dropped three barrel bombs on Falluja and two on Garma.



Brazil's Rousseff has 38 percent voter support: IBOPE poll

Brazil's President Rousseff looks on during a welcoming ceremony for EU Commission President Barroso before a meeting at the Alvorada Palace in BrasiliaPresident Dilma Rousseff has 38 percent of voter support ahead of her October re-election bid and would win a second-round runoff, a new poll by the IBOPE polling institute showed on Tuesday.     Her main challenger, Aecio Neves, has the backing of 22 percent of potential voters while Eduardo Campos has 8 percent, according to the survey broadcast on TV Globo. In a second-round runoff vote, Rousseff would defeat Neves with 41 percent of the vote compared with his 33 percent, the survey found. The IBOPE poll surveyed 2,002 people from July 18-21 and has a margin of error of 2 percentage points.



Benin detains 10 people in child trafficking probe
Benin has detained 10 people on suspicions of child-trafficking just weeks after a group in neighboring Niger was held for links to a "baby factory" ring, police sources said on Tuesday. While it was not immediately clear if there was a connection between the two cases, the latest detentions point to the persistence of human trafficking across West Africa. "There have been around 10 people detained in the civil prison since last week," said Ghislaine Bokovo, director of the Benin police force's central office for child protection. Martial Degbessou, from the Porto-Novo police division, said people operating in trafficking networks often purported to be holding children on behalf of a nongovernmental organization.
US: No link to Russian gov't in plane downing

President Barack Obama visits the Dutch Embassy in Washington to sign a book of condolence, joined by Deputy Chief of Mission Peter Mollema, Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Most of the 298 people aboard the Malaysia Airlines plane that was shot down near the border between Ukraine and Russia were Dutch citizens. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)WASHINGTON (AP) — Senior U.S. intelligence officials said Tuesday that Russia was responsible for "creating the conditions" that led to the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, but they offered no evidence of direct Russian government involvement.



Top Asian News at 12:30 a.m. GMT
KHARKIV, Ukraine (AP) — A train bearing the dead from the downed Malaysian airliner finally reached Ukrainian government-held territory Tuesday, but the pro-Russian separatists in control of the crash site showed little willingness to allow the full-scale investigation demanded by world leaders. Five days after the plane was blown out of the sky, refrigerated railcars bearing victims' bodies — gathered up after several days in the sun — rolled out of the war zone and into a weedy railyard in the city of Kharkiv.
US: Russia 'created the conditions' for shoot-down

President Barack Obama visits the Dutch Embassy in Washington to sign a book of condolence, joined by Deputy Chief of Mission Peter Mollema, Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Most of the 298 people aboard the Malaysia Airlines plane that was shot down near the border between Ukraine and Russia were Dutch citizens. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)WASHINGTON (AP) — Senior U.S. intelligence officials said Tuesday that Russia was responsible for "creating the conditions" that led to the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, but they offered no evidence of direct Russian government involvement.



Rodgers praises Suarez, says Liverpool moving on
BOSTON (AP) — Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says the team is moving on after Luis Suarez' departure to Barcelona for a $130 million transfer fee.
In international flight, volatile conflicts abound

Israeli police officers secure a destroyed house that was hit by a rocket fired by Palestinians militants from Gaza, in Yahud, a Tel Aviv suburb near the airport, central Israel, Tuesday, July 22, 2014. As a result, Delta Air Lines and U.S. Airlines decided to cancel their scheduled flights to Israel.(AP Photo/Dan Balilty)DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — In Libya, militias armed with shoulder-launched missiles are battling for control of the country's main airport. In Africa, the entire Sahel region is awash with weapons that include portable air defense systems leftover from the ouster of Moammar Gadhafi.



Top Asian News at 12:00 a.m. GMT
KHARKIV, Ukraine (AP) — A train bearing the dead from the downed Malaysian airliner finally reached Ukrainian government-held territory Tuesday, but the pro-Russian separatists in control of the crash site showed little willingness to allow the full-scale investigation demanded by world leaders. Five days after the plane was blown out of the sky, refrigerated railcars bearing victims' bodies — gathered up after several days in the sun — rolled out of the war zone and into a weedy railyard in the city of Kharkiv.
UN chief believes Gaza fighting will end soon

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, left, shakes hands with Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah upon his arrival in the West Bank city of Ramallah, Tuesday, July 22, 2014. The two men were set to hold a joint news conference regarding the Israel-Hamas conflict. (AP Photo/Majdi Mohammed)UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.N. secretary-general said Tuesday it is his "hope and belief" that his emergency mission to the Middle East will lead to an end to the fighting between Hamas and Israel "in the very near future."



Obama pledges justice in visit to Dutch embassy

President Barack Obama visits the Dutch Embassy in Washington to sign a book of condolence, joined by Deputy Chief of Mission Peter Mollema, Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Most of the 298 people aboard the Malaysia Airlines plane that was shot down near the border between Ukraine and Russia were Dutch citizens. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama paid tribute Tuesday to the nearly 200 citizens of the Netherlands who died when a Malaysia Airlines flight was shot down in Ukraine, visiting the Netherlands Embassy in Washington and pledging unity during a phone call with the Dutch leader.



Netanyahu asks Kerry to help resume U.S. flights to Israel
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asked U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday to help restore U.S. commercial flights to Israel that had been canceled over the Gaza fighting, an Israeli official said. The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued a 24-hour prohibition on flights by U.S. carriers to Israel earlier in the day after a Palestinian rocket struck near Ben-Gurion International Airport outside Tel Aviv. An Israeli official said that Netanyahu, speaking to Kerry while the U.S. diplomat was in Egypt trying to broker a Gaza truce, "asked him to to work for the resumption of flights by American carriers to Israel." Confirming the conversation, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said the FAA notice was motivated exclusively by security concerns and was being continually reviewed.
Microsoft CEO sees 'bold' plan as 4Q tops Street

This photo taken July 3, 2014 shows the Microsoft Corp. logo outside the Microsoft Visitor Center in Redmond, Wash. Microsoft reports quarterly earnings on Tuesday, July 22, 2014. (AP Photo Ted S. Warren)REDMOND, Wash. (AP) — Microsoft Corp. CEO Satya Nadella painted an upbeat vision of the future Tuesday, saying that the next version of Windows will be unified across screens of all sizes and that two money-losing units — Nokia phones and Bing search — would become profitable in 2016.



Airlines scrap Israel flights over missile fear
When U.S. and European airlines quickly canceled flights to Israel Tuesday, they showed both a skittishness and a new sense of urgency in dealing with global trouble spots following last week's downing of a passenger plane over Ukraine.
Mexico's circuses caught up in animal rights spat

A circus performer dressed in native American garb leaps on and off a running horse, during a free public show to protest Mexico City's ban on circus animals in Mexico City's main square, the Zocalo, Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Mexico's "circus wars" are heating up, with a growing movement to ban circus animals, other than horses and dogs, meeting rising anger from circus workers. Circuses say threats of violence against them have been posted online. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico's "circus wars" are heating up, with a growing movement to ban circus animals meeting rising anger from circus workers.



Airlines ban flights to Israel after rocket strike

Israeli police officers secure a destroyed house that was hit by a rocket fired by Palestinians militants from Gaza, in Yahud, a Tel Aviv suburb near the airport, central Israel, Tuesday, July 22, 2014. As a result, Delta Air Lines and U.S. Airlines decided to cancel their scheduled flights to Israel.(AP Photo/Dan Balilty)JERUSALEM (AP) — A Hamas rocket exploded Tuesday near Israel's main airport, prompting a ban on flights from the U.S. and many from Europe and Canada as aviation authorities responded to the shock of seeing a civilian jetliner shot down over Ukraine.



Top Asian News at 11:30 p.m. GMT
KHARKIV, Ukraine (AP) — A train bearing the dead from the downed Malaysian airliner finally reached Ukrainian government-held territory Tuesday, but the pro-Russian separatists in control of the crash site showed little willingness to allow the full-scale investigation demanded by world leaders. Five days after the plane was blown out of the sky, refrigerated railcars bearing victims' bodies — gathered up after several days in the sun — rolled out of the war zone and into a weedy railyard in the city of Kharkiv.

BBC Sports News

Boxer Evans out of Glasgow Games
Olympic silver medallist Fred Evans is out of Glasgow 2014 after being refused accreditation in another major setback for Team Wales.
Man City U21s walk off in racism row

Queen's horse fails drugs test

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Celtic 4-0 KR Reykjavik (agg 5-0)
Virgil van Dijk and Teemu Pukki both hit doubles as Celtic outclass KR Reykjavik at Murrayfield in the Champions League.
Buttler replaces Prior for England
Jos Buttler replaces Matt Prior as wicketkeeper in the England squad for the third Test against India at the Rose Bowl.
Glasgow set for opening ceremony
Athletes from 71 nations will compete in the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, which get under way with the opening ceremony on Wednesday.
Real Madrid seal £71m Rodriguez deal
Real Madrid sign World Cup Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez from Monaco for a fee that could rise to £71m.
Stoke sign Barcelona forward Bojan
Stoke City sign forward Bojan Krkic from Spanish side Barcelona on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
Cook too stubborn to quit - Boycott
Alastair Cook is too "stubborn" to quit the England captaincy, says former England batsman Geoffrey Boycott.
Chambers pulls out of Commonwealths
British 100m champion Dwain Chambers withdraws from the Commonwealth Games to focus on the European Championships in Zurich.
Glasgow 2014 lit by Olympic glow - Hoy
Six-time Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy says the London 2012 afterglow will help Glasgow deliver a "spectacular" Commonwealth Games.
Cutting Gay's ban a bad message - Bolt
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt criticises the decision to cut Tyson Gay's ban for co-operating with anti-doping officials.
Magnussen 'blameless' for Massa crash
McLaren director Eric Boullier says Kevin Magnussen is blameless for the crash which flipped Felipe Massa's car.
Australian Rogers takes stage 16 win
Australian Michael Rogers seals victory in stage 16 of the Tour de France - the longest of this year's race.
Man Utd in good position - Woodward
Ed Woodward says servicing Manchester United's debt does not affect the running of the club because of their commercial success.
QPR sign Caulker from Cardiff City
Queens Park Rangers sign Cardiff City defender Steven Caulker on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
Cliftonville defeated in Hungary
Cliftonville defender Jaimie McGovern is sent off as the Reds are beaten 2-0 by Debrecen in the Champions League qualifier.
The New Saints 0-2 Slovan Bratislava (0-3 agg)
Marko Milinkovic strikes twice as The New Saints are knocked out of the Champions League second qualifying round by Slovan Bratislava.
Fury will still fight on Saturday
Tyson Fury will fight on Saturday in Manchester despite the cancellation of his world title eliminator with Derek Chisora.

BBC Americas News

US courts conflict on Obamacare law
Two US appeals courts give conflicting rulings regarding a federal regulation implementing key subsidies of President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law.
Airlines halt flights into Israel
US and European airlines suspend flights into Israel's Ben Gurion airport after Israeli police confirmed that a rocket landed one mile away.
White flags stump New York police
Authorities in New York are investigating who raised two large white flags on the towers of the Brooklyn Bridge early on Tuesday.
US hospital in $190m 'abuse' payout
Johns Hopkins Hospital agrees to pay $190m to thousands of women who joined a legal case claiming a gynaecologist secretly recorded them.
Medal of Honor for Afghanistan hero
President Obama awards the Medal of Honor to a soldier who single-handedly fended off a Taliban attack after his comrades were killed or relocated.
Obama signs gay protection order
President Barack Obama signs an order banning federal government contractors from discriminating against gay and transgender workers.
Police arrest death still unexplained
Authorities have yet to determine a cause of death for Eric Garner after he succumbed during an arrest in New York City.
YouTube star sued in copyright case
The entrepreneur is being taken to court for alleged copyright infringement by a record label whose own artist Kaskade has come forward to defend her.
Boston bomber 'friend' found guilty
A friend of one of the men suspected of carrying out the Boston Marathon bombing is convicted of impeding the investigation into the attack.
Two Americans killed in Gaza named
Two Americans killed on Sunday during fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip are identified, US officials say.
Texas deploys troops to US border
Texas Governor Rick Perry orders 1,000 troops to the US border with Mexico, saying the federal government had failed to secure it.
China 'spy ship' at US-led exercise
China says it has the right to send a surveillance ship to monitor a US-led naval exercise, after US media reported the vessel's presence off Hawaii.
VIDEO: Widow wins tobacco payout
A US court has ordered the country's second largest cigarette company to pay $23.6 billion (£13.8bn) to the wife of a smoker who died of lung cancer.
VIDEO: Bill and Hillary Clinton's 52-year deal
Bill Clinton says he made a deal with his wife Hillary that after she supported his political career for 26 years, he would do the same whatever career she chose.
VIDEO: Filmmaker explores bank robber past
Tom Brook takes a look at the new film Evolution of a Criminal, an unusual insight into the events leading up to the bank robbery and subsequent imprisonment of Darius Clark Monroe.
VIDEO: The Manhattanhenge phenomenon
New Yorkers have witnessed "Manhattanhenge", a solar phenomenon during which all east-west streets on the city's grid system are spectacularly illuminated by the setting sun.
VIDEO: US marines test new robotic mule
US marines have tested a new robotic mule at the world's largest international maritime warfare exercise in Hawaii.
VIDEO: Glee star's Royal Albert Hall stand
Glee star Kristin Chenoweth brings Broadway to The Royal Albert Hall
AUDIO: Downton actor on anorexic wife's death
Actor David Robb, whose anorexic wife killed herself, says people should realise the illness affects older women too.
A life-saving cure with an $84,000 price tag
A new treatment for hepatitis C could save thousands of lives a year - but the high cost is making it a bitter pill for some Americans to swallow.
TODAY'S WEATHER

Current Forecast for Leesburg

SUNNY Tuesday, 22 July 2014
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Relative Humidity
Wind
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SUNNY
82°F
73%
S at 7 mph
30.09 inches
10 miles
 
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