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BBC World News

Search for Nairobi collapse survivors
Rescuers in the Kenyan capital Nairobi are searching for dozens of people feared trapped after the collapse of a seven-storey building in heavy rain.
Protesters delay Trump speech
Hundreds of protesters broke through barricades and threw eggs at police outside a California hotel, delaying a speech by Republican Party front-runner Donald Trump.
Mobile roaming charges cut within EU
UK consumers using their mobile phones in Europe will see cheaper bills from Saturday, as a further cap on roaming charges takes effect.
Kenya to burn huge ivory stockpile
Kenya will set fire to more than 100 tonnes of ivory later to show its commitment to saving Africa's population of elephants, but the move has its critics.
Syria partial truce comes into effect
A partial truce known as a "regime of calm" comes into effect in most parts of Syria apart from in the divided second city of Aleppo.
US accuses Russia over jet manoeuvre
A Russian jet fighter intercepted a US Air Force plane in an "unsafe and unprofessional manner" over the Baltic Sea, the Pentagon says.
Circus lions head to S Africa sanctuary
More than 30 lions rescued from circuses in Colombia and Peru are being flown to a sanctuary in South Africa - in what is said to be the largest such airlift.
Argentines protest against Macri reforms
Thousands of Argentines stage a noisy protest against job cuts imposed under President Mauricio Macri's economic reforms.
Afghan clinic bombing 'not a war crime'
The Pentagon says the bombing of an Afghan hospital that left 42 dead was not a war crime, confirming that 16 US troops will face disciplinary action.
Thirteen dead in Norway helicopter crash
All 13 people on board a helicopter which crashed near the Norwegian city of Bergen are presumed dead, rescuers say.
Judge bans clubs in Buenos Aires
A judge in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, bars nightclubs from opening until they have set up proper health and safety systems following recent drug deaths.
Over-age Canadian basketball player held
A South Sudanese immigrant and prominent high school basketball player in Canada has been arrested after the revelation that his age may be closer to 29 and not 17, officials say.
VIDEO: The Queen vs The President: 'Boom'
The Queen and Prince Harry have responded to Barack and Michelle Obama's Invictus Games challenge.
VIDEO: Trump jumps barrier to avoid protesters
Donald Trump jumped a highway barrier to get to a rally near San Francisco after protesters blocked the entrance.
VIDEO: Thirteen presumed dead in Norway crash
Thirteen people are presumed dead after a crash near Bergen in Norway, in which eyewitnesses say the rotor blades separated from the helicopter.
VIDEO: Lions airlifted to South Africa
Dozens of lions, rescued from circuses, are being airlifted from Colombia and Peru to South Africa.
VIDEO: 'Relentless bombardment' of Aleppo
A medical facility in the Syrian city of Aleppo has reportedly been hit in an air strike - the second this week.
VIDEO: Jenner takes up Trump toilet offer
Caitlyn Jenner posts video of female toilet use after Donald Trump supported transgender right to choose which facility to use.
VIDEO: 'I can use illegal ivory to top up stock'
Conservationists say the legal trade in ivory on the domestic market in China and Hong Kong is just providing a cover for the illegal smuggling.
VIDEO: Ted Cruz 'is Lucifer in the flesh'
US presidential hopeful Ted Cruz has been called "Lucifer in the flesh" by the former Speaker of the House of Representatives, John Boehner.

Yahoo World News

'Monstrous' violence in Syria as government excludes Aleppo from truce

A civilian evacuates a baby from a site hit by airstrikes in the rebel held area of Aleppo's al-Fardous districtBy Lisa Barrington BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syria called local truces near Damascus and in a northern province on Friday but no halt to combat on the main battlefield in Aleppo, after a surge in fighting the United Nations said showed "monstrous disregard" for civilian lives. A new "regime of calm" would begin from 1:00 a.m. on Saturday and last one day in the capital's eastern Ghouta suburb and three days in the northern countryside of the coastal province of Latakia, the army said in a statement. A Syrian military source said Aleppo was excluded from the newly announced truces "because in Aleppo there are terrorists who have not stopped hitting the city and its residents ... There are a large number of martyrs in Aleppo, which is why the situation is different there".



Iran's moderates make modest gains in run-off election - Iranian media

File photo of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani speaking during news conference in IslamabadDUBAI (Reuters) - Moderate candidates allied to President Hassan Rouhani came out strongest in a second round of parliamentary elections in Iran, unofficial results showed on Saturday, but they appeared unlikely to win an overall majority. Iranians voted on Friday for 68 seats where no candidate had won decisively in the first round, held in February. Rouhani's allies made significant gains in the first round, ending conservative dominance of the 290-seat assembly. ...



Islamic State-linked hackers post target list of New Yorkers

Picture illustration taken in Zenica shows man typing on a keyboard in front of a computer screen on which an Islamic State flag is displayedBy Joseph Ax NEW YORK (Reuters) - A group of hackers linked to Islamic State has posted online a list of thousands of New York residents and urged followers of the militant group to target them, according to a source with knowledge of the matter. Federal agents and New York City police officers have been contacting the individuals on the list to inform them of the posting, but the source said law enforcement does not believe there is any credible threat. In a statement, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said, "While our standard practice is to decline comment on specific operational and investigative matters, the FBI routinely notifies individuals and organizations of information collected during the course of an investigation that may be perceived as potentially threatening in nature." The list includes names, home addresses and email addresses.



U.S. strike on Afghan hospital in 2015 not a war crime: Pentagon

A sign commemorates 14 medical personnel who were killed when an American airstrike destroyed the Medecins Sans Frontieres hospital in Kunduz, AfghanistanBy Idrees Ali WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A deadly U.S. air strike in Afghanistan last year that destroyed a hospital run by Doctors Without Borders did not amount to a war crime but was caused by human error, equipment failure and other factors, a U.S. military report released on Friday concluded. Forty-two people were killed and 37 were wounded during an Oct. 3 strike that destroyed the hospital run by the international medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), known as Doctors Without Borders in English. An initial U.S. investigation in November found that U.S. forces had meant to target a different building in the city of Kunduz and were led off-track by a technical error in their aircraft's mapping system.



U.S. stands by South Korea defense talks despite China, Russia objections

A Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) interceptor is launched during a successful intercept testWASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) - The White House on Friday said talks to install a new anti-missile defense system in South Korea would continue in the wake of nuclear arms and missile tests by North Korea despite calls by China and Russia for the United States to back off. The United States and South Korea have begun talks on possible deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system after North Korea tested its fourth nuclear bomb on Jan. 6 and conducted missile tests.



China says Japan ties should be based on cooperation, not confrontation

Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida shakes hands with China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi in BeijingChina's relations with Japan should be based on cooperation not confrontation, China's foreign minister told his Japanese counterpart on Saturday, adding that China would judge Japan's desire to improve ties depending on its actions. China, the world's second-largest economy, and Japan, the third-largest, have a difficult political history, with ties strained by the legacy of Japan's World War Two aggression and conflicting claims over a group of uninhabited East China Sea islets.



Britain's Hammond, Cuba's Castro agree on debt restructuring

Philip Hammond is the first British foreign secretary to visit Cuba since the 1959 revolutionVisiting British Foreign Secretary Anthony Hammond reached an agreement on restructuring Cuban debt payments in a meeting with President Raul Castro, officials in Havana said. Neither the British embassy in Havana nor Cuban officials gave a figure for the debt, nor any further details on the agreement. In December, Cuba reached an agreement with its creditors in the Paris Club -- which include Britain, France, and Spain -- to pay $2.6 billion in debt unpaid to foreign creditors for the last 25 years.



Mauritania protesters denounce 'injustice' against ex-slaves

People hold a banner reading "No to arbitrary arrests" during a demonstration against discrimination in Nouakchott on April 29, 2015Thousands of people have marched for the rights of former slaves in Mauritania and to denounce "injustice" against them in the west African nation where slavery persists despite being officially abolished decades ago. The protesters, who included opposition leaders, called for "the end of exclusion and injustice built into the system against the Haratine community", according to a document from the organisers, a call echoed by various speakers at a meeting following the march. "Without all our struggle, nothing will be done and the manifesto is to continue the battle against the injustice committed against all the wretched of this country, without exception!" said Boubacar Messaoud, the main leader and spokesman of the movement.



Iran state media: Moderate bloc wins more seats in runoff

An Iranian woman casts her ballot for the parliamentary runoff elections in a polling station at the city of Qods about 12 miles (20 kilometers) west of the capital Tehran, Iran, Friday, April 29, 2016. Iranians voted Friday in the country's parliamentary runoff elections, a key polling that is expected to decide exactly how much power moderate forces backing President Hassan Rouhani will have in the next legislature. The balloting is for the remaining 68 positions in the 290-seat chamber that were not decided in February's general election, in which Rouhani's allies won an initial majority. (AP Photo)TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran's moderate-reformist bloc secured more than 25 more seats in parliamentary runoff elections, according to a Saturday report on state TV.



Top Asian News 6:41 a.m. GMT
BEIJING (AP) — China portrayed the visit Saturday by the Japanese foreign minister as an act of outreach to an angry Beijing, as the two sides try to repair relations bedeviled by disputes over territory, history and competition for influence in East Asia. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told Fumio Kishida that the ties must be based on "respect for history, adherence to commitment, and on cooperation rather than confrontation." Relations have gone through "twists and turns in recent years due to reasons best known by Japan," Wang said, adding that China desires "healthy and stable relations" with its neighbor and key economic partner.
Police: Older son said he killed father in California

This undated photo provided by the San Jose, Calif., Police Department shows suspect Hasib Bin Golam Rabbi who was arrested with his brother in connection with the shooting deaths of their parents. Golam Rabbi, 22, and his 17-year-old brother were taken into custody days after their parents were found slain Sunday, April 24, 2016, in their San Jose home. Police didn't release the teen's name because of his age. (San Jose Police Department via AP)SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — The older of two sons charged with murdering their parents at their home in California said he shot his father multiple times, but he did not shoot his mother, according to police.



Rouhani allies set for Iran parliament second round win

Iranian women vote in the second round of parliamentary elections at a polling station in the town of Robat Karim, southwest of the capital TehranReformist and moderate politicians allied with President Hassan Rouhani won second round parliamentary elections in Iran, unofficial results said Saturday, opening the door to them controlling the legislature. It would also be a huge public vote of confidence for Rouhani, who won a landslide election victory in 2013 and went on to clinch a historic deal with world powers over Tehran's nuclear programme that lifted sanctions. Voting was extended Friday in the second round elections for almost a quarter of parliament's seats in what was a crucial showdown between reformists and conservatives seeking to influence the country's future.



The lonely struggle of missing Mexican students' parents

Less than two years ago the parents of 43 missing students would have been surrounded by thousands of people when they marched, but only a few hundred turned out this time in Mexico CityThere were no tears and their faces were hardened by 19 months of grief and anger as the parents of 43 Mexican students who vanished in 2014 marched in the capital. Less than two years ago, they would have been surrounded by tens of thousands of people as they protested against President Enrique Pena Nieto's handling of the case. While the mass disappearance has tainted Mexico's image abroad, the protests have waned and Pena Nieto's administration is weathering the criticism despite falling approval ratings.



Ex-priest gets 20-40 years in prison for sexual assault
JACKSON, Mich. (AP) — Victims confronted a former Roman Catholic priest in court Friday as he was sentenced to at least 20 years in prison for sexually abusing students at a Michigan high school in the 1980s.
Pop goes the weasel as Hadron Collider shuts down

Experiments at the Large Hadron Collider are aimed at unlocking clues about how the universe came into existence by studying fundamental particles, the building blocks of all matter, and the forces that control themThe world's most powerful particle smasher, the Large Hadron Collider, went offline after a weasel caused a short circuit on a high-voltage transformer. The collider suffered a "severe electrical perturbation" at 5:30 am (0330 GMT) Friday, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) said in its daily summary of activity at the giant lab straddling the French-Swiss border. It said the cause was a "short circuit caused by fouine (weasel)" on a 66-kilovolt transformer, adding that its connections sustained some damage.



Western Sydney ready to make history in A-League final
SYDNEY (AP) — Western Sydney Wanderers coach Tony Popovic says his team is capable of beating the odds and winning Sunday's A-League grand final away to Adelaide United.
Overturned truck carrying stones kills 14 in China
BEIJING (AP) — A roadside activity center in southern China was crushed by stones from an overturned truck, leaving 14 people dead, authorities said Saturday.
Danger zones keep Colombians from burying their dead

Zamira Diaz has a map showing where her brother is buried, but dares not go as it lies in a "red zone," areas held by Marxist FARC rebels where even the police won't goZamira Diaz has a map showing where her brother Oswaldo is buried. Oswaldo lies in one of the "red zones" -- rebel-held areas where even the police will not dare go and search. The hand-drawn maps bear instructions on how to get through the jungle to a spot several hours away on foot, where Oswaldo is thought to be buried.



Search for survivors after Kenya building collapse

Heavy downpours since the start of the rainy season have caused flooding and landslides in many areas of the Kenyan capital Nairobi Rescue teams were Saturday searching for survivors after a seven-storey building collapsed in the Kenyan capital Nairobi due to flooding, the Red Cross said, with 45 people already pulled alive from the rubble. Another survivor was pulled from the huge pile of rubble shortly after dawn, Kenya Red Cross said, some 10 hours after the building collapsed Friday night and as skies cleared after a night of near constant torrential rain. A spokeswoman for the Kenya Red Cross could not confirm local media reports that at least three people were killed.



Olympic weightlifting champion Tommy Kono dies in Hawaii
HONOLULU (AP) — Tommy Kono, who took up weightlifting in an internment camp for Japanese and went on to win two Olympic gold medals for the United States, has died.

BBC Sports News

Bank loans due to my commitment - Wenger
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says banks demanded he committed to the club to help secure the loans required to fund the Emirates Stadium.
Ding ties centuries record at Crucible
Ding Junhui equals the record for centuries by one player in a World Championship match en route to a 14-10 lead over Alan McManus in the semis.
Vettel handed five-place grid penalty
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel is handed a five-place grid penalty for Sunday's Russian Grand Prix owing to a gearbox change.
Saturday's Premier League previews
Match previews for Saturday's six Premier League fixtures, with relegation rivals Newcastle, Norwich and Sunderland all in action.
Gilmour reaches European semi-finals
Scotland's Kirsty Gilmour is guaranteed a medal at the European Championships after reaching the semi-finals.
Home Tour a dream come true - Armistead
Lizzie Armitstead says riding through her home town of Otley as world champion in Saturday's Tour de Yorkshire will be "wonderful".
Dragons v Scarlets (Sat)
Team news and preview for Saturday's Pro12 Welsh derby at the Principality Stadium.
Organisers defend size of pockets
Tournament organisers deny accusations that the pockets are bigger than normal at this year's World Championship.
Birmingham City 2-2 Middlesbrough
Middlesbrough edge a point clear at the Championship summit at least temporarily, despite being held by Birmingham City.
Wiggins withdraws as Groenewegen leads
Sir Bradley Wiggins pulls out of the Tour de Yorkshire on stage one as Dylan Groenewegen claims the leader's blue jersey.
Football director used 'Nazi' hashtags
A Leeds United director is criticised after using the hashtags 'ss' and 'gestapo' on social media while posting about a new haircut.
Sale 11-12 Gloucester
Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw kicks Gloucester to a 12-11 win at Sale to harm the Sharks' Premiership top-six hopes.
Hull FC 28-26 Catalans Dragons
Catalans Dragons miss the chance to draw level with Super League leaders Warrington as they lose at Hull FC.
Bellew to fight at Goodison Park
Britain's Tony Bellew will fight Ilunga Makubu at Everton's Goodison Park on 29 May for the vacant WBC cruiserweight title.
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VIDEO: What happened at Hillsborough?
How a crush at a FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest developed, leading to the deaths of 96 football fans.
Sport quiz of the week
It's BBC Sport and A Question of Sport's weekly quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world of sport in the past week?
Lawro's predictions v comedian Caton
BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on comedian and Brentford fan Nathan Caton in this week's Premier League predictions.
'Ranieri master of player psychology'
In her latest column, England and Chelsea Ladies forward Eniola Aluko talks about pressure, psychology and 'doing a Leicester'.
'I was expecting stroppy teenagers'
BBC Radio 1Xtra's Nick Bright on his inspiring sporting journey with a group of Northern Irish teenagers.

BBC Americas News

US accuses Russia over jet manoeuvre
A Russian jet fighter intercepted a US Air Force plane in an "unsafe and unprofessional manner" over the Baltic Sea, the Pentagon says.
Protesters delay Trump speech
Hundreds of protesters broke through barricades and threw eggs at police outside a California hotel, delaying a speech by Republican Party front-runner Donald Trump.
First US Zika death in Puerto Rico
The first known death in the US to the Zika virus is recorded in Puerto Rico where a 70-year-old has died, say health officials.
Over-age Canadian basketball player held
A South Sudanese immigrant and prominent high school basketball player in Canada has been arrested after the revelation that his age may be closer to 29 and not 17, officials say.
Children in Texas tied up in garden
Police in the US state in Texas rescue eight children from "horrific abuse" including a two-year-old who was chained to the ground in a yard.
Ryan Reynolds writes goodbye to fan
Actor Ryan Reynolds writes an emotional goodbye to a young Canadian fan who died of cancer earlier this week.
Indiana governor backs Ted Cruz
The Indiana governor backs Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz, four days before a crucial primary contest there.
John Wayne Day scrapped over race row
Plans to declare 26 May as John Wayne Day in California are rejected in a State Assembly vote over racist comments the actor made in a Playboy interview.
US man jailed for spying in N Korea
North Korea has sentenced Kim Dong-chul, a naturalised US citizen, to 10 years of hard labour for spying.
Clashes near Trump rally in California
Hundreds of demonstrators block traffic outside a venue in California where Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump was holding a rally.
VIDEO: Demonstrations near Trump rally
Hundreds of demonstrators have blocked traffic outside a venue in California where the Republican presidential hopeful, Donald Trump was holding a rally.
VIDEO: Jenner takes up Trump toilet offer
Caitlyn Jenner posts video of female toilet use after Donald Trump supported transgender right to choose which facility to use.
VIDEO: Ted Cruz 'is Lucifer in the flesh'
US presidential hopeful Ted Cruz has been called "Lucifer in the flesh" by the former Speaker of the House of Representatives, John Boehner.
VIDEO: Trump 'would drop the atomic bomb'
Donald Trump would "have the guts" to drop an atomic bomb, according to one of his supporters.
VIDEO: Boy, two, accidentally shoots mother
A two-year-old boy has accidentally shot and killed his mother in the US city of Milwaukee, as Andy Moore reports.
VIDEO: Trump's 'shift towards the mainstream'
The former US ambassador to the United Nations says Donald Trump's foreign policy speech in Washington signalled a 'shift towards the mainstream'.
VIDEO: Bobbi Kristina Brown's drug use 'got bad'
Bobbi Kristina Brown's drug use "got really bad" before she died, her boyfriend Nick Gordon says.
VIDEO: Fire rips through Canada rail bridge
Fire engulfs a rail trestle bridge in Mayerthorpe in the Canadian province of Alberta.
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.
US economic growth slows to 0.5%
US economic growth slowed to an annual pace of 0.5% during the first three months of the year, official figures show.
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L/FOG Saturday, 30 April 2016
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