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BBC World News

Ferry deaths 'murder' - Korea leader
South Korean President Park Geun-hye condemns the conduct of some of the crew of the ferry that sank last week, calling it "akin to murder".
Russia says Kiev 'breaking accord'
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov accuses the Kiev authorities of breaking last week's Geneva accord on resolving the Ukraine crisis.
Boy survives flight in wheel well
A 16-year-old boy survives an extraordinary journey hidden in the wheel well of a five-hour flight from California to Hawaii.
Boston set for emotional Marathon
Boston is set to hold an emotional annual marathon amid high security, a year after bombs near the finish killed three and injured hundreds.
MH370 hunt 'still drawing blank'
A robotic submarine scanning for signs of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is two-thirds through its ocean scan but has yet to find any trace.
Japan warns over China ship seizure
China's seizure of a Japanese cargo ship over a pre-war debt could hit business ties, Japan's top government spokesman warns.
PM's Christianity remarks 'divisive'
Leading public figures claim PM David Cameron risks causing division in society with his recent comments that the UK is a Christian country.
Everest Sherpas demand better terms
Sherpa guides in Nepal demand more compensation for the families of 13 of their colleagues killed in an avalanche on Mount Everest.
Myanmar democracy elder Win Tin dies
Win Tin, the journalist who helped found Myanmar's pro-democracy movement and served 19 years in prison for his activism, dies at the age of 85.
Three killed in Yemen drone strike
Three more suspected al-Qaeda militants die in a drone strike in southern Yemen, reports say, bringing the total killed in three days to more than 40.
MP killed by car bomb in Somalia
A car bomb kills an MP and injures another in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, as the government hosts a security conference.
Sir Bob to pay tribute to Peaches
Sir Bob Geldof will pay tribute to his daughter Peaches later, as her funeral is held in Kent.
VIDEO: Russian 'outrage' at Sloviansk attack
Ukraine has said it will launch an investigation into a fatal attack in the east of the country, which has further increased tensions between Kiev and Moscow.
VIDEO: Bride kidnapping in Kyrgyzstan
State authorities in Kyrgyzstan are trying to fight practices of bride kidnapping in the country. Two victims of bride kidnapping spoke to the BBC.
VIDEO: Boston runners recall marathon attack
Doctor Natalie Stavas finished last year's Boston Marathon just as the bombs exploded, and now the runner turned first responder prepares to run again.
VIDEO: One-minute World News
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
VIDEO: Boxer Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter dies
US former boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, whose wrongful conviction for murder caused an international outcry, has died at the age of 76.
VIDEO: Cubans trace roots to African village
A community in western Cuba has traced songs they sing back to a village in Sierra Leone.
VIDEO: Pakistan protest over shot journalist
Media workers across Pakistan have held angry protests after a leading journalist was shot and wounded on Saturday.
VIDEO: Turning the world into an orchestra
Spencer Kelly tests out Mogees- a device linked to your smartphone which turns objects into musical instruments.

Yahoo World News

Ukraine peace deal falters as rebels show no sign of surrender

A pro-Russian protester stands at barricades at police headquarters in eastern Ukrainian town of SlavianskBy Richard Balmforth and Aleksandar Vasovic KIEV/SLAVIANSK, Ukraine (Reuters) - An agreement reached last week to avert wider conflict in Ukraine was faltering as the new week began, with pro-Moscow separatist gunmen showing no sign of surrendering government buildings they have seized. Washington says it will hold Moscow responsible and impose new economic sanctions if the separatists do not clear out of government buildings they have occupied across swathes of eastern Ukraine over the past two weeks. U.S. Vice President Joe Biden was due in Kiev later on Monday. Kiev and Moscow traded accusations over a deadly shooting on Easter Sunday morning, when at least three people were killed at a checkpoint manned by armed separatists.



South Korea's Park says conduct of ferry crew tantamount to murder

A family member of missing passenger on board South Korean ferry Sewol which capsized on Wednesday, covers herself with blanket as she waits for news from rescue and salvage teams in JindoBy Ju-min Park JINDO, South Korea (Reuters) - South Korean President Park Geun-hye said on Monday the actions of some crew of a ferry that sank with hundreds feared dead were tantamount to murder, as a four-year-old video transcript showed the captain promoting the safety of the same route. Captain Lee Joon-seok, 69, and two other crew members were arrested last week on negligence charges, with prosecutors announcing four further arrests - two first mates, one second mate and a chief engineer - on Monday. Lee, the captain, said in a promotional video four years ago that the journey from the port city of Incheon to the holiday island of Jeju was safe - as long as passengers followed the instructions of the crew. He also told a newspaper that he had been involved in a sea accident off Japan years before.



Air strikes kill dozens in Syria's Aleppo: monitor group
Dozens of people have been killed in air strikes on the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, a monitoring group said on Monday, including at least 29 people in a single neighborhood. Also on Monday, state news agency SANA said two people were killed when mortars struck central Damascus. The opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said air strikes killed 29 people on Sunday, including women and children, in the southern Al-Ferdous district of Aleppo, a city that was once Syria's largest and a major commercial hub.
Cyclone threatens to disrupt search for missing Malaysian plane

Handout photo of staff checking Phoenix International Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Artemis before search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which vanished on March 8 with 239 people on board, has narrowed to a 10 sq km (6.2 sq mile) patch of sea floor about 2,000 km (1,200 miles) west of the Australian city of Perth. Search authorities and the Australian and Malaysian governments have said a series of sonar signals, or "pings", traced to the area may have emanated from the plane's "black box" and present the most credible lead as to its whereabouts. However no pings have been detected in almost two weeks and authorities now fear that, with the flight data recorder's battery several weeks past its expected expiry date, the black box may not emit further signals. "Bluefin-21 has searched approximately two-thirds of the focused underwater search area to date.



Syria announces presidential election on June 3

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad (C) chats with people during his visit to Ein al-Tinah villageSyria will hold a presidential election on June 3, the speaker of parliament said on Monday, setting a date for a vote likely to give President Bashar al-Assad a third term days after he said his forces were winning the country's civil war. Under Syria's constitution the election is due by July, though the international powers that back Assad's opponents have described plans to hold it as a "parody of democracy".



Former British PM Brown steps up bid to keep Scotland in UK

Former British PM Brown speaks during a session of the World Economic Forum Africa meeting in Cape TownBy Belinda Goldsmith LONDON (Reuters) - Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is stepping up his efforts to stop Scotland leaving the United Kingdom as opinion polls show growing support for independence. Brown, a Scot, will on Tuesday make his first speech in support of the cross-party Better Together campaign, warning Scots of a possible deficit in pension funds if they opt out of the 307-year old union in a September 18 referendum. Polls show growing support for independence with the gap between the two sides narrowing to just a few percentage points after a split seemed unattainable a year ago. Brown, a former Labour leader who has kept a low profile since losing the 2010 general election, said he will set out the case for why Scotland should stay in the United Kingdom in a speech at Glasgow University.



She sold Belgian waffles at the 1964 World's Fair

In this October 1964 photo provided by worldsfairphotos.com, four girls eat Belgian Waffles on the Grounds of the World’s Fair in the Queens Borough of New York. Belgian Waffles were introduced to the American public at the fair by Belgian Maurice and Rose Vermersch and their daughter MariePaule. (AP Photo/Bill Cotter) MANDATORY CREDIT, NO SALESNEW YORK (AP) — The notion of introducing a new food to the American public is almost inconceivable in an era of TV chefs, global cuisine and foodie websites.



Top Asian News at 12:00 p.m. GMT
JINDO, South Korea (AP) — South Korean President Park Geun-hye said Monday that the captain and some crew members of the sunken ferry committed "unforgivable, murderous behavior," while criticism of her own government's handling of the disaster grew. The captain initially told passengers to stay in their rooms and waited more than half an hour to issue an evacuation order as the ferry Sewol sank Wednesday. By then the ship had tilted so much it is believed that many of the roughly 240 people still missing could not escape.
A look at the dual justice system in the West Bank

This Friday, April 18, 2014 photo shows the Jewish settlement of Bat Ayin, north of the West Bank city of Hebron. The settlement is known for its hardline population. While Israeli settlers in the West Bank fall mostly under civilian rule, Palestinians are subject to Israeli military law. Israeli and Palestinian youths face inequities at every stage in the path of justice, from arrests to convictions and sentencing, according to police statistics obtained by The Associated Press through multiple requests under Israel's freedom of information law. (AP Photo/Nasser Shiyoukhi)JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli and Palestinian minors accused of crimes in the West Bank are subject to two different sets of laws. Israeli settlers are prosecuted under Israeli civilian law, while Palestinians are thrust into the military justice system. Critics complain that the conviction rate in the military system is higher and the penalties stiffer. Here are some statistics about juvenile arrests between 2008 and 2013 from Israel's national police force:



In West Bank, teen offenders face different fates

In this Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013 photo, a Palestinian boy walks around his home in the village of Beit Ummar near the West Bank city of Hebron. At the age of 15, the boy was held for nine months in an Israeli military jail for throwing rocks at passing Israeli cars near his village in the West Bank. An Israeli 15-year-old boy was arrested for a similar crime at the same time but faced a different justice system. The Israeli boy refused to allow his photo to be taken. (AP Photo/Majdi Mohammed)BEIT UMAR, West Bank (AP) — The boys were both 15, with the crackly voices and awkward peach fuzz of adolescence. They lived just a few minutes away from one another in the West Bank. And both were accused of throwing stones at vehicles, one day after the other.



S. Sudan rebels slaughtered 'hundreds' in ethnic massacres: UN

"More than 200 civilians were reportedly killed and over 400 wounded at the mosque," the UN peacekeeping mission in South Sudan saidJuba (AFP) - Rebel gunmen in South Sudan killed "hundreds" of civilians when they captured the oil town of Bentiu last week, the UN said Monday.



Gaza rockets hit south Israel, army strikes back: officials
Seven rockets fired from the Gaza Strip landed in southern Israel during the Jewish Passover holiday on Monday, drawing retaliatory air strikes from the Israeli army, officials said, the first cross-border clash in several weeks. Israel's army said its strikes hit two training camps run by Hamas, the Palestinian Islamist group that controls Gaza. Medical sources there said two Hamas militants were lightly wounded. Hamas has largely maintained a truce with Israel since a brief war in late 2012, but it has sometimes struggled to rein in smaller armed Islamist factions hostile to the Israel.
Suicide bombings, attacks in Iraq kill 19 people

Iraqi security forces guard the main gate of a Shiite private college following a deadly suicide attack, in Baghdad’s eastern neighborhood of Ur, Iraq, Sunday, April 20, 2014. A series of attacks, including a coordinated assault on a private Shiite college in Baghdad, killed over a dozen people and wounded scores of others in Iraq on Sunday, officials said. Less than two weeks ahead of parliamentary elections, Iraq is struggling to keep a lid on a surge in sectarian violence. (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)BAGHDAD (AP) — Suicide bombings and other attacks across Iraq killed at least 19 people and wounded 36 on Monday, officials said, the latest in an uptick in violence as the country counts down to crucial parliament elections later this month.



Fire forces crew to abandon South Korean trawler off Sierra Leone coast
A fire on board a South Korean trawler fishing off the coast of Sierra Leone forced the crew to abandon ship, fleeing onto boats that came to their rescue, its captain told Reuters on Monday. The fire on the 70-foot (21-meter) Osito 89 broke out in the engine room at 0400 GMT on Sunday about five nautical miles off the town of Kent, south of the Sierra Leonean capital Freetown. "The fire became wild as it spread into the captain's bridge so I had no alternative but to send an SOS to our company's office," Captain Seak Kim Che said. Two South Koreans, two Chinese and two Indonesian fishermen were rescued, while the 18 Sierra Leonean fishermen who also worked on the ship were not on board at the time, he said.
Algeria army hunts Islamists behind deadly attack

Security forces stand guard on a ridge looking down on the city of Ghardaia, central Algeria on March 18, 2014Algeria's army was hunting on Monday for an armed Islamist group linked to an attack in the rugged Kabylie region in which 11 soldiers were killed, a security official said. Gunmen ambushed an army convoy carrying soldiers back to their barracks late on Saturday in Iboudrarene, in the restive mountainous region, a bastion of Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), with three assailants also killed in the deadliest attack on the Algerian military in years. According to residents of villages around Iboudrarene contacted by telephone, artillery fire could be heard in the surrounding mountains on Monday. Important reinforcements have been dispatched to Iboudrarene," about 100 kilometres (70 miles) east of Algiers, the security official said.



Yemen, US mount 'unprecedented' air attacks on Qaeda

A Yemeni soldier carries out vehicle checks in the capital Sanaa on April 20, 2014, following a tightening of security measures after a series of US drone strikesAn "unprecedented" US and Yemeni aerial campaign has killed more than 40 Al-Qaeda militants in recent days in a bid to thwart attacks by the network's local affiliate, officials said. Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has been linked to a number of failed terror plots against the United States, and its leader recently appeared in a rare video in which he vowed to attack Western "crusaders" wherever they are. A top Yemeni official told AFP the "unprecedented operation" in recent days came after "information that Al-Qaeda was plotting attacks on vital installations, military and security, as well as foreign interests in Yemen." The official, who requested anonymity, spoke after three militants, one of whom may have been a senior commander, were killed in a drone strike in southern Yemen on Monday, the latest in an accelerated series of raids against AQAP.



Top Asian News at 11:30 a.m. GMT
JINDO, South Korea (AP) — South Korean President Park Geun-hye said Monday that the captain and some crew members of the sunken ferry committed "unforgivable, murderous behavior," while criticism of her own government's handling of the disaster grew. The captain initially told passengers to stay in their rooms and waited more than half an hour to issue an evacuation order as the ferry Sewol sank Wednesday. By then the ship had tilted so much it is believed that many of the roughly 240 people still missing could not escape.
Palestinians meet in Gaza for reconciliation talks
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — A senior Hamas leader based in Egypt is in Gaza for talks aimed at reaching a reconciliation agreement between the two rival Palestinian groups, Hamas and Fatah.
Cancellation threat follows tragedy on Everest

Relatives carry a casket bearing the body of a Mount Everest avalanche victim for cremation in Kathmandu on April 21, 2014Expedition leaders and guides threatened Monday to cancel all climbing on Mount Everest after the deadliest avalanche in its history as hundreds of Nepalese sherpas paid final respects to their fellow guides. At least 13 people were killed in the avalanche above base camp but the toll is expected to rise. Accompanied by monks and pick-up trucks bearing the caskets of six victims, the mourners also carried a list of demands that they intend to present to the government, warning all expeditions would be cancelled unless action is taken within a week. The letter also warns against "putting pressure (on the sherpas) to continue this season" which only began last week, adding that "we will not hesitate to protest" if their demands are not met.



Japan PM sends offering to war shrine

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe walks on his way to meet a delegation of US representatives at the premier's official residence in Tokyo, Japan, Monday, April 21, 2014. Japan's Prime Minister Abe has sent a religious offering to a Tokyo shrine that honors the dead including executed war criminals, a center of tension with Japan's neighbors. Abe's offering Monday at the Yasukuni Shrine marks the April 21-23 spring festival, one of the shrine's key annual events. But the move suggests he will not visit Yasukuni ahead of President Barack Obama's visit beginning Wednesday. (AP Photo/Franck Robicon, Pool)TOKYO (AP) — Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe sent a religious offering Monday to a Tokyo shrine that honors the dead, including executed war criminals — long a source of tension with Japan's neighbors China and South Korea.



BBC Sports News

'Hillsborough words inspired us'
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says Hillsborough campaigner Margaret Aspinall inspired his team to victory at Norwich.
Man Utd are rebuilding, says Moyes

Boston set for emotional Marathon

How Hamilton found edge again over Rosberg
Third consecutive win for 2008 champion cannot have failed to make an impression on team-mate, writes Andrew Benson
Why Torres will still get a hero's welcome at Atletico
Chelsea's Fernando Torres can expect a hero's return to Atletico Madrid on Tuesday - and may yet end up back there permanently
Carter sees off debutant Xiao

Kuchar pips Donald in RBC Heritage
England's Luke Donald finishes second, one shot behind American Matt Kuchar, at the RBC Heritage in South Carolina.
Three wins in a row a dream - Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton says he is putting in the best performances of his career in an 'incredible car' after a third win in a row.
Martinez proud after Everton victory
Roberto Martinez pays tribute to his Champions League-chasing Everton side as they do the double over Manchester United.
Courtois relief at Chelsea clearance
Atletico Madrid keeper Thibaut Courtois says facing parent club Chelsea in the Champions League will be "special".
Final will be different - Wenger
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says their 3-0 league win at Hull City will have no bearing on their FA Cup final meeting next month.
Burnley v Wigan Athletic
Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's Championship game between Burnley and Wigan Athletic.
Wawrinka takes Monte Carlo title
Stanislas Wawrinka beats fellow Swiss Roger Federer to win the first Masters 1000 title of his career in Monte Carlo.
Ricciardo plays down Vettel dispute
Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo defuses a potential dispute with Sebastian Vettel over team orders at the Chinese GP.
Fitzpatrick treated for heart problem
Ulster prop Declan Fitzpatrick is released from a Glasgow hospital after treatment for an irregular heartbeat.
Welbeck considers Man Utd exit
Manchester United forward Danny Welbeck is considering a move in order to play more in his preferred central striking role.
I will address sale rumours - Lerner
Aston Villa owner Randy Lerner says he will wait until the end of the season to address reports he is set to sell the club.
Dominant Dujardin wins World Cup
Britain's Olympic dressage champion Charlotte Dujardin takes freestyle victory in the World Cup final in Lyon.
IPL investigative panel appointed
India's cricket board appoints a three-member investigative panel to look into allegations of corruption in the Indian Premier League.
Slater claims butterfly world record
Preston's Steph Slater sets a new 100m butterfly world best at the British Para-Swimming International meet in Glasgow.

BBC Americas News

Boston set for emotional Marathon
Boston is set to hold an emotional annual marathon amid high security, a year after bombs near the finish killed three and injured hundreds.
Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter dies
Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, the US boxer whose wrongful conviction for murder caused an international outcry, dies aged 76.
Boy survives flight in wheel well
A 16-year-old boy survives an extraordinary journey hidden in the wheel well of a five-hour flight from California to Hawaii.
Kraft recalls 96,000lb of hot dogs
Kraft Foods is recalling 96,000lb (43,545kg) of its Oscar Mayer hot dogs in the US because they may have been sold in the wrong packaging.
US 'delays' Keystone XL decision
The US state department gives federal agencies more time to review the Keystone XL oil pipeline before determining whether to issue a permit.
Iran condemns US skyscraper seizure
Iran condemns a decision to seize a Manhattan high-rise belonging to a charity and give proceeds from its sale to victims of attacks by Iran-backed militants.
Obama signs UN envoy visa ban law
President Barack Obama signs into law a measure that would bar entry to any UN ambassador whom the US says has engaged in "terrorist activity".
Calgary killing suspect's dad speaks
The father of a man suspected of stabbing to death five people in the Canadian city of Calgary says his son was a "great kid" with a bright future.
US freeing Iran funds as deal 'kept'
The United States is to release frozen Iranian funds, saying Tehran has kept commitments made under an interim deal over its nuclear programme.
VIDEO: Boxer Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter dies
US former boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, whose wrongful conviction for murder caused an international outcry, has died at the age of 76.
VIDEO: Could big business take over Tribeca?
Robert De Niro's Tribeca Film Festival opens in New York amid fears big business investment could risk extravaganza's integrity
VIDEO: NYPD shuts down Muslim 'spying' unit
A secret New York Police Department programme designed to eavesdrop on Muslims to identify potential terrorism threats has been disbanded.
VIDEO: Dig seeks identity of dead boys
A University of South Florida anthropologist seeks to return remains of boys who died at a state reform school to their relatives.
VIDEO: Mass stabbing at Canada college party
Five college student have been killed in a late night knife attack at a house party in Canada.
VIDEO: How Mustang got an Empire view
A 2015 Ford Mustang convertible had to be cut into six pieces so it could go on display at the top of the Empire State Building.
VIDEO: Biden: 'We own the finish line'
Boston has marked the first anniversary of the deadly bombing at last year's marathon, honouring the dead and lauding the character and strength of the survivors and the city's residents.
VIDEO: Boston marks bombing anniversary
Boston is marking the anniversary of the deadly bombing at last year's marathon, honouring the dead and lauding the character and strength of the survivors and the city's residents.
US Airways apologises for porn tweet
US Airways apologises after an explicit photo was sent from its official Twitter account in response to a customer complaint.
Breaking Bad star wins fan prom date
Actor Bryan Cranston helps a teenage Breaking Bad fan secure a date to his prom, by filming a special proposal in character as Walter White.
Snowden and Putin: Who is playing whom?
NSA leaker Edward Snowden responds to criticism of his appearance on Russian television to question Russian President Vladimir Putin about government surveillance.
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