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BBC World News

West seeks full Nemtsov murder probe
Western leaders condemn the killing of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, and urge the authorities to conduct a transparent investigation.
US avoids homeland security shutdown
Lawmakers in the US avoid a partial shutdown of the Homeland Security Department after passing a one-week funding extension two hours before a deadline.
India budget to boost investment
Indian PM Narendra Modi's government unveils a business-friendly budget aimed at attracting greater investment for the economy.
UK 'must prepare for Russian threat'
Russia has become a danger to Britain and the country must be prepared to take steps to defend itself and its allies, the former head of MI6 says.
Obama leads Leonard Nimoy tributes
President Obama is among those paying tribute to Leonard Nimoy, the Star Trek actor who has died aged 83, saying: "I loved Spock."
Most-wanted Mexico drug lord held
The Mexican president hails the capture of the country's most wanted drug lord - Knights Templar chief Servando 'La Tuta' Gomez.
Emwazi had anger therapy - teacher
A former teacher of the man named as extremist "Jihadi John" says he received anger management therapy at secondary school after getting into fights.
'Progress' in US-Cuba diplomatic talks
Cuban and US diplomats are optimistic about progress at talks in Washington on restoring full relations between the two countries.
Greek PM vows 'no third bailout'
Greek PM Alexis Tsipras denies his country will need a third international bailout, and vows to "start working hard" to change the country.
Former Colombian spy chief convicted
The former head of Colombia's secret police, Maria del Pilar Hurtado, has been found guilty of spying on politicians, judges and journalists.
Nyong'o stolen dress 'recovered'
A dress "resembling" the $150,000 (£97,000) outfit worn by Lupita Nyong'o at this year's Oscars has been found, Los Angeles police say.
VIDEO: Mariupol's volunteer defence force
Fighting has died down in Ukraine's Donetsk and Luhansk regions in recent days, after a ceasefire agreed between the government and pro-Russian rebels.
VIDEO: Hungarian village up for rent
A small Hungarian village has put itself up for tourists to rent, in an attempt to raise money to revitalise it.
VIDEO: One-minute World News
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
VIDEO: Israeli and Iranian musicians in harmony
Iranian harpsichord player Mahan Esfahani and Israeli mandolin player Avi Avital talk about how a mutual love of Bach brought them together.
VIDEO: Kanye West in tears over mentor teacher
Singer Kanye West got emotional talking about his former fashion design teacher, Louise Wilson, who died last year.
VIDEO: Is 2015 the year of 'eye-tracking'?
The BBC's Richard Taylor looks at "eye-tracking" technology which could be used in gaming, entertainment and healthcare, and asks if it could go mainstream.
VIDEO: Ukraine frontline troops 'optimistic'
Anastasia Gribanova reports from Artemivsk in eastern Ukraine, as government troops with military equipment pull back from the ceasefire frontline.
VIDEO: Conjuring up some India budget magic
As Narendra Modi's government presents its first full budget, the BBC's Sameer Hashmi dons his magician's outfit to explain why India's economy could use a little magic.
IS using love as a recruitment tool
IS needs women to build a state, says Razia Iqbal - and it is using social media to lure impressionable recruits.

Yahoo World News

Russian opposition leader Nemtsov shot dead, police hunt killers

Medics carry the body of Boris Nemtsov, who was shot dead, in central MoscowBy Alexander Winning and Timothy Heritage MOSCOW (Reuters) - Boris Nemtsov, an outspoken critic of President Vladimir Putin and Russia's role in the Ukraine crisis, was shot dead steps from the Kremlin in a murder that underscored the risks taken by the Russian opposition. Nemtsov, 55, was shot four times in the back by assailants in a white car as he walked across a bridge over the Moskva River in central Moscow with a Ukrainian woman, who was unhurt, just before midnight on Friday, police said. A former deputy prime minister who had feared he would be murdered, Nemtsov was the most prominent opposition figure killed in Putin's 15-year-rule.

Ukraine's military reports significant fall in fighting

An armed man with the separatist self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic army salutes from the top of a mobile artillery cannon as his convoy starts pulling back from DonetskUkraine's military said on Saturday there had been a significant decrease in attacks by pro-Russian separatists in the east overnight, but said rebels had fired GRAD missiles at the town of Avdiivka despite a two-week-old ceasefire deal. On Friday, Ukraine reported the first deaths among its servicemen in three days, underscoring the fragility of the truce meant to have taken effect on Feb. 15, as government troops and rebels pulled back heavy weapons from the frontline. The Ukrainian military reported isolated attacks by rebels on government positions, including strikes from GRAD missiles around government-held Avdiivka, north of rebel-held Donetsk and home to one of Europe's largest coke plants. Fighting in Ukraine's industrialized east has devastated the steel sector, which before the conflict erupted last April accounted for 15 percent of the economy.

Islamic State fighters attack Samarra ahead of army offensive

Iraqi security forces guard during the building of a new road between Diyala province and SamarraIslamic State suicide bombers and fighters struck targets on Saturday in the northern Iraqi city of Samarra, where security forces and their Shi'ite militia allies have been gathering for an offensive against the radical militants. Security sources and residents said the attack on Samarra was launched at 5.30 am (9.30 p.m. ET Friday) when two Islamic State suicide bombers blew up their cars in the northern area of Sur Shnas. At the same time a man drove a Humvee rigged with explosives into the south of the city and detonated it, while Islamic State fighters attacked security forces to the west with sniper fire, mortars and rocket propelled grenades. Thousands of troops and fighters from Shi'ite militias known as Hashid Shaabi (Popular Mobilization) have gathered around Samarra for a campaign to drive Islamic State out of nearby strongholds on the Tigris River, including the city of Tikrit 50 km (30 miles) to the north.

British PM Cameron vows to hunt down 'Jihadi John'

A masked, black-clad militant brandishes a knife in this still image from videoBy Michael Holden and Ahmed Aboulenein LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron vowed on Friday to use all means at his disposal to hunt down militants such as "Jihadi John" after the killer was identified as a Kuwaiti-born computer programming graduate from London. The black-clad militant brandishing a knife and speaking with an English accent was shown in videos released by Islamic State (IS) apparently decapitating hostages including Americans, Britons and Syrians. "When there are people anywhere in the world who commit appalling and heinous crimes against British citizens, we will do everything we can with the police, with the security services, with all that we have at our disposal to find these people and put them out of action," Cameron said. Cameron refused to comment on the identification of "Jihadi John" as 26-year-old British militant Mohammed Emwazi, but said that people should get behind the security services, which he praised as impressive and dedicated to defending Britain.

Egypt court lists Hamas as terrorist organization - state TV
CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court listed the Palestinian group Hamas as a terrorist organization, Egyptian state television said on Saturday. Hamas is an offshoot of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood which the authorities have also declared a terrorist group and have repressed systematically since the army ousted one of its leaders, Mohamed Mursi, from the presidency in 2013. (Reporting By Ahmed Tolba; Writing By Shadi Bushra; Editing by Pravin Char)
Police in Germany's Bremen heighten security citing possible Islamist threat

German police patrol the Hauptbahnhof, Berlin's main train stationPolice in the northern German city of Bremen warned on Saturday of an unspecified potential danger from Islamist extremists in the city and said they were increasing security measures. "Since yesterday evening the police in Bremen has indications from a federal authority about activities by potentially dangerous Islamist extremists in the city," police said in a statement. Earlier this month a carnival parade in the northern German town of Braunschweig was canceled at short notice due to a threat of an Islamist attack.

Jailed Kurdish leader calls on PKK to lay down arms
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Imprisoned Kurdish rebel leader Abdullah Ocalan has called on his fighters to lay down arms as part of a peace process to end a 30-year insurgency, Turkey's main Kurdish party said Saturday.
Top Asian News at 12:00 p.m. GMT
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Seventy years have not dulled the memories of survivors of the monthlong Battle of Manila. The mass killings by Japanese forces, the loved ones lost and the desperation are etched in their minds, as is the elation when American forces finally rescued them in the closing months of World War II. The U.S. liberated the Philippine capital from the Japanese, but not before Manila was destroyed and more than 100,000 civilians killed. About 16,000 Japanese soldiers and 1,000 U.S. troops also died in the fighting from Feb. 3 to March 3, 1945.
India's new budget aims to boost growth and infrastructure

Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley arrives at the Parliament House to present Union Budget for the year 2015-16, in New Delhi, India, Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015. The Economic Survey, an annual report on the state of Asia's third-largest economy, said Friday that India's economy will grow more than 8 percent in the upcoming financial year, which would make it the world's fastest growing economy, surpassing China. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)NEW DELHI (AP) — India's finance minister announced the government's new budget on Saturday, promising a slew of measures that attempt to balance welfare spending with high economic growth and infrastructure development, while vowing to keep a tight control on the fiscal deficit.

Prince William evokes Diana memories on Japan tsunami trip

Britain’s Prince William, right, and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, left, play with children as they visit Smile Kids Park playground in Motomiya city, Japan’s northeastern prefecture of Fukushima, Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015. Among the highlights of William's trip, through Sunday, is a visit to the school in the northeastern region of Fukushima, where some areas have been closed off around a nuclear power plant that went into multiple meltdowns four years ago.(AP Photo/Japan Pool) JAPAN OUTKORIYAMA, Japan (AP) — Britain's Prince William is spending the latter half of his four-day stay in Japan, starting Saturday, in the country's tsunami-ravaged northeast, a visit certain to draw global attention to the stories of survival and continuing suffering in the region.

India thrashes UAE by 9 wickets in World Cup Pool B match

India's Suresh Raina right, celebrates with team mates Ajinkya Rahane center, and Rohit Sharma after catching out United Arab Emirates batsman Khurram Khan during their Cricket World Cup Pool B match in Perth, Australia, Saturday, Feb 28, 2015. (AP Photo/Theron Kirkman)PERTH, Australia (AP) — Offspinner Ravichandran Ashwin returned a career-best 4-25 to set up defending champion India's nine-wicket win over second-tier United Arab Emirates in a World Cup Pool B match on Saturday.

Russian investigators: Nemtsov killing may be provocation

In this file photo taken on Thursday, May 30, 2013, Boris Nemtsov, a former Russian deputy prime minister and opposition leader, presents a report claiming widespread corruption during preparations for the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, at a news conference in Moscow, Russia. Russian police say opposition leader Boris Nemtsov has been shot and killed in Moscow. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev, File)MOSCOW (AP) — Boris Nemtsov, a Russian opposition leader and sharp critic of President Vladimir Putin, was gunned down Saturday near the Kremlin, officials said. Nemtsov was killed just a day before a protest planned against Putin's rule.

India unbeaten at World Cup after UAE rout

India's Rohit Sharma (L) embraces teammate Virat Kohli after their win during the World Cup Pool B victory against the UAE in Perth on February 28, 2015Perth (Australia) (AFP) - India's World Cup confidence continued to climb as they thrashed the United Arab Emirates by nine wickets in their Pool B match at Perth's WACA Ground on Saturday.

New Zealand edge past Australia, India thrash UAE at World Cup

New Zealand's Brendon McCullum plays a shot during against Australia at Eden Park in Auckland on February 28, 2015New Zealand reached the World Cup quarter-finals with a nail-biting one-wicket win over Australia in Auckland on Saturday, while 5,500km away in Perth India destroyed the amateurs of the UAE by nine wickets. New Zealand carved out a fourth win in four games in Pool A but, in pursuit of just 152 and sitting comfortably at 78 for one, the Black Caps were crippled by sudden stage-fright as their next eight wickets fell for just 68 runs with 40,000 fans at Eden Park on the edge of their seats.

Thousands protest Boko Haram, support army in Cameroon

A Chadian soldier rides atop a pickup truck next to a bag of rocket-propelled grenades in GambaruThousands of people marched in Cameroon's capital on Saturday to protest against Nigeria's Boko Haram insurgency and support the Central African nation's army, which is fighting alongside regional neighbors to defeat the Islamist group. The march in Yaounde was aimed at informing the public, especially in the southern regions, about the threat posed by Boko Haram, which has carried out regular cross-border raids in the far north, one of the organizers said. "It was important to tell Cameroonians that we are at war and a part of the country is suffering," said Gubai Gatama, a newspaper editor who was among the march's organizers. "About 150,000 people have been displaced by the conflict." In addition to its own citizens forced to flee the violence, thousands of refugees have poured into Cameroon from northeastern Nigeria, where Boko Haram is seeking to carve out an Islamist emirate.

Lesotho snap poll under way six months after coup bid bid

A resident casts her ballot for the parliamentary elections at a voting station on the outskirts of Lesotho's capital Maseru on February 28, 2015Voters in the southern African mountain kingdom of Lesotho went to the polls Saturday in a snap election, six months after an alleged coup bid plunged the country into a political crisis. Voting got underway at 0500 GMT at more than 2,000 polling stations across the landlocked nation, which is completely surrounded by South Africa. Lesotho has been mired in a political crisis since Prime Minister Thomas Thabane suspended parliament in June 2014 to avoid a motion that would have seen him ousted from power after his fragile coalition government fell apart. Thabane described the violence as a coup attempt fuelled by the opposition and fled to neighbouring South Africa.

Drama at the end: New Zealand beats Australia at World Cup

New Zealand’s Kane Williamson hits a six to score the winning runs to defeat Australia in their Cricket World Cup match in Auckland, New Zealand, Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015. (AP Photo Ross Setford)Four years in the making, the Cricket World Cup pool match between New Zealand and Australia lived up to all the hype.

Iraq says to track down antiquities after Islamic State museum rampage

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi visits the Iraqi National Museum in BaghdadIslamic State militants who destroyed priceless antiquities from the northern Iraqi city of Mosul have kept some artifacts to sell, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Saturday, vowing to prevent the radical Islamists from smuggling them to market. Responding to a video showing Islamic State fighters taking sledgehammers and power drills to sculptures and statues which date back nearly 3,000 years, Abadi also appealed for international support to thwart the "terrorist barbarians". "We have information that Islamic State destroyed some (artifacts) and kept others for smuggling, and the smuggling operation is afoot," he told a news conference. All the items were marked and recorded, he said, and Iraq would seek to track them down with international help.

Western leaders condemn Nemtsov killing, press Kremlin

People lays flowers at the place where Boris Nemtsov, a charismatic Russian opposition leader and sharp critic of President Vladimir Putin, was attacked, at Red Square in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015. Nemtsov was gunned down Saturday near the Kremlin, just a day before a planned protest against the government. (AP Photo/Denis Tyrin)BERLIN (AP) — Western leaders are condemning the assassination of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov and pressing the Kremlin to ensure that the killing is investigated thoroughly. Here is a selection of comments.

Egypt court sentences 4 Muslim Brotherhood members to death
CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian court has sentenced four members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood organization to death and 14 to life in prison.

BBC Sports News

Supreme India crush outclassed UAE

NZ scrape to victory over Australia
New Zealand survive a late collapse to beat Australia by one wicket in a thrilling climax to their World Cup Pool A game.
Why Arsenal feel stuck under Wenger
Performances are erratic, the fans are divided - so what are the big issues facing Arsenal and manager Arsene Wenger?
Will Storey break the hour record?
Dame Sarah Storey talks about her toughest task to date as the Paralympic champion attempts to break the hour record on Saturday.
England women win NZ ODI series
England's women defeated New Zealand by five wickets in the final ODI between the sides, and sealed the series victory.
Man Utd 'miss 20-goal striker'

Scots sick of 'valiant losers' tag
Winger Tommy Seymour admits Scotland are fed-up of being written off as the Six Nations' "valiant losers".
McIlroy set for Honda Classic exit
World number one Rory McIlroy looks destined to miss the cut at the Honda Classic after a four-over-par second round.
Saturday's gossip column
Man Utd still target PSG's Marquinhos, Eden Hazard hails Jose Mourinho "special relationship", plus more.
Ko cards Christchurch course record
Lydia Ko cards a course record 61 to lead the New Zealand Women's Open by three shots from England's Charley Hull.
England set for key Sri Lanka clash
Ex-spinner Graeme Swann on who England should drop and how to stop Kumar Sangakkara in Sunday's "must-win" group game.
Records do not motivate Warburton
Record-equalling Wales captain Sam Warburton says breaking records is not his motivation against France in the Six Nations.
Ireland 11-8 England
Ireland gain revenge for their World Cup semi-final defeat by England with a narrow Women's Six Nations victory at Asbourne.
Federer cruises to 126th Tour final
Roger Federer eases to victory in Dubai to reach his 126th ATP Tour final where he will face world number one Novak Djokovic.
Falkirk 1-1 Rangers
Rangers miss the chance to move above Hibernian and into second in the Championship after being pegged back by Falkirk.
Northampton 17-13 Harlequins
Northampton extend their lead at the top of the Premiership to 13 points with a hard-fought win over Harlequins.
St Helens 21-14 Castleford Tigers
St Helens recover from their World Club Challenge defeat to extend their unbeaten start to Super League against Castleford.
Bayern Munich 4-1 FC Köln
Bayern Munich take their Bundesliga goal tally to 18 in three games with a comfortable 4-1 win over Cologne.
Parma game off after strike threat
Parma have had their Serie A match at Genoa on Sunday called off after players threatened to strike over unpaid wages.
Henning misses cut at Joburg Open
World number 1,555 Nic Henning misses the cut at the Joburg Open after leading at the start of the second round.

BBC Americas News

US avoids homeland security shutdown
Lawmakers in the US avoid a partial shutdown of the Homeland Security Department after passing a one-week funding extension two hours before a deadline.
Obama leads Leonard Nimoy tributes
President Obama is among those paying tribute to Leonard Nimoy, the Star Trek actor who has died aged 83, saying: "I loved Spock."
Nyong'o stolen dress 'recovered'
A dress "resembling" the $150,000 (£97,000) outfit worn by Lupita Nyong'o at this year's Oscars has been found, Los Angeles police say.
'Progress' in US-Cuba diplomatic talks
Cuban and US diplomats are optimistic about progress at talks in Washington on restoring full relations between the two countries.
Eight die in series of US shootings
Eight people have been killed and one person injured in a series of shootings in the US state of Missouri, police say.
US state considers 'baby boxes'
Indiana could be the first US state to introduce baby boxes - anonymous drop-off points designed to prevent the deaths of abandoned infants.
Hyperloop gets California test track
A section of test track for the Hyperloop high-speed passenger transportation system will be built in central California next year.
Holder: Change civil rights criteria
Attorney General Eric Holder says he will try to change the standard needed to bring federal civil rights cases in his last few weeks in the job.
US growth revised down to 2.2%
The slowdown in the US economy at the end of last year was more pronounced than previously thought, official figures show.
Google backs down over Blogger porn
Google has changed its mind about forcing sexually explicit blogs on its Blogger platform to become private.
US-Bangladesh writer hacked to death
A US-Bangladeshi blogger whose campaigning for a secular society in Bangladesh angered Islamists is hacked to death on a street in the capital Dhaka.
Bikram yoga guru accused of assaults
The man behind hot yoga, Bikram Choudhury, is facing new claims of sexual assault.
VIDEO: Star Trek's Leonard Nimoy dies
Leonard Nimoy, the actor who played Mr Spock in the US science fiction series Star Trek, has died at the age of 83.
VIDEO: Fans pay tribute at Nimoy's star
Alistair Leithead in Los Angeles reports on reaction to the death of "Star Trek" actor Leonard Nimoy.
VIDEO: The mystery of the missing pearl dress
A $150,000 custom-made Calvin Klein Collection by Francisco Costa dress, worn by actress Lupita Nyong'o at the Oscars, has been stolen in Hollywood.
VIDEO: Boat trip on frozen Hudson river
Footage shows a 20-minute journey by boat, speeded up to just under one minute, on the frozen Hudson river in New York.
VIDEO: Llamas on the loose in Arizona
Residents of Sun City, Arizona, chased two llamas who had escaped on Thursday.
VIDEO: Replica US ship targeted in Iran drills
Iranian military fires at replica US aircraft carrier during exercises in the Strait of Hormuz.
VIDEO: Commuters injured in US train collision
At least 28 people have been injured after the train they were travelling on collided with a truck in California.
Toronto police probe mystery bunker
Toronto Police are asking the public to help identify the purpose of a bunker 10ft (3m) underground found near a Pan-Am Games site.

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