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BBC World News

Commons to vote on Syria bombing
A mammoth 10-hour debate is expected before MPs vote whether to authorise UK airstrikes against Islamic State in Syria.
Myanmar's Suu Kyi in transition talks
Aung San Suu Kyi, whose party won a landslide victory in elections last month, is set to meet President Thein Sein to discuss the handover of power to her party.
Zuckerberg to give away 99% of shares
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan say they will give away 99% of their shares, as they announce the birth of their daughter Max.
US to deploy special force to Iraq
The US is to deploy a specialised force to Iraq to build pressure on Islamic State militants, says US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter.
'Shooting threat' sparks Sydney raids
Police search two houses in Sydney, Australia, for firearms, following suspected threat to attack a Sydney police station.
Argentina mother and son reunited
A former Argentine political prisoner and her son meet for the first time since she gave birth in the cell of a clandestine detention centre in 1976.
US tells Turkey and Russia to end row
US President Barack Obama urges Turkey and Russia to calm tensions over the downing of a Russian warplane and to focus on fighting IS militants.
Singapore re-arrests 'match-fixer'
Singapore police re-arrest Dan Tan, alleged by Interpol to be the mastermind behind a global football match-fixing ring, a week after his release.
IS 'recruiters' go on trial in Paris
Seven men go on trial in Paris accused of recruiting fighters for the so-called Islamic State group, in the first such trial since the 13 November attacks.
Court examines Erdogan-Gollum meme
A Turkish court reportedly orders a character assessment of Gollum from Lord of the Rings to see if comparing him to President Erdogan counts as an insult.
Fifa sponsors demand reform overview
Five sponsors of football's world governing body Fifa write to its executive committee to demand "independent oversight" of reforms.
Hitler's Mein Kampf to be republished
Adolf Hitler's political manifesto Mein Kampf with critical notes by scholars is to be republished next month - for the first time since the end of WWII.
VIDEO: How climate has affected Yosemite
President Obama says the world can reach an agreement at the COP21 talks but at home in the US he faces a fight over carbon emissions targets.
VIDEO: Residents on Pacific island 'must move'
The BBC's Matthew Price reports from the Pacific island of Vanuatu, described by some as being on the "front line of climate change".
VIDEO: Putin and Erdogan talk tough over jet
Russia’s President Putin and Turkey’s President Erdogan are trading increasingly hostile words since the downing of a Russian jet by Turkey.
VIDEO: Jurassic footprints found on Skye
Scientists find footprints - left by some of the biggest dinosaurs ever to have walked on Earth - in a bay on the Isle of Skye.
VIDEO: Who will be Myanmar's new president?
Despite winning Myanmar's recent election, Aung San Suu Kyi can not be the country's next president - so who will be?
VIDEO: Inside Pistorius' former prison cell
Media have been shown inside Oscar Pistorius' former cell, ahead of an appeals court decision on his manslaughter conviction.
VIDEO: Migrants stranded at Greek border
Macedonia has become the latest country to restrict the flow of migrants entering the country, erecting a fence on its border with Greece.
VIDEO: Yacht owner's expensive mistake
A yacht owner in California made an expensive mistake when his boat became stuck on a tidal wall.

Yahoo World News

After leaders' rhetoric, climate negotiators start work on deal

French President Hollande speaks with French Ecology Minister Royal as they attend "The Climate Challenge and African solutions" event during the World Climate Change Conference 2015 at Le BourgetBy Barbara Lewis and Bate Felix PARIS (Reuters) - With encouragement from 150 world leaders ringing in their ears, government negotiators in Paris sought on Tuesday to turn that rhetoric of unity into the text of a global deal to slow climate change. The biggest obstacle is money: how to come up with the billions of dollars developing nations need to shift from fossil fuels and adapt to the impacts of climate change. China's delegate Su Wei "noted with concern" what he called a lack of commitment by the rich to make deep cuts in greenhouse gas emissions and help developing nations with new finance to tackle global warming.

U.S. deploying new force to Iraq to boost fight against Islamic State

U.S. Defense Secretary Carter and Joint Chiefs Chairman Marine Corps General Dunford Jr., arrive to testify before House Armed Services Committee in WashingtonBy Phil Stewart and Yeganeh Torbati WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States said on Tuesday it was deploying a new force of special operations troops to Iraq to conduct raids against Islamic State there and in neighboring Syria, in a ratcheting up of Washington's campaign against the group. U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the deployment of the new "specialized expeditionary targeting force" was being carried out in coordination with Iraq's government and would aid Iraqi government security forces and Kurdish peshmerga forces. "These special operators will over time be able to conduct raids, free hostages, gather intelligence and capture ISIL leaders," Carter told the U.S. House of Representatives Armed Services Committee, using an acronym for Islamic State.

Indonesia says faulty part, crew action factors in AirAsia crash

Soerjanto Tjahjono, the head of Indonesia's National Transportation and Safety Committee, holds a model plane during a news conference to announce the NTSC's findings in the investigation of the AirAsia QZ8501 crash, in JakartaBy Kanupriya Kapoor and Fergus Jensen JAKARTA (Reuters) - Problems with a glitch-prone rudder component and the way pilots tried to respond were major factors in the crash of an Indonesian AirAsia jet last year that killed all 162 on board, investigators said on Tuesday. The Airbus A320 crashed into the Java Sea on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore. In their first public report, Indonesian investigators did not pinpoint a single underlying reason why flight QZ8501 disappeared from radar, but laid out a sequence involving the faulty component, maintenance and crew actions.

China may pay 'international price' in South China Sea legal case, experts say
By Greg Torode and Manuel Mogato HONG KONG/MANILA (Reuters) - When an international court ruled in late October that it had jurisdiction to hear a case filed by the Philippines against China over the disputed South China Sea, Beijing dismissed the decision, saying it would "lead to nothing". Philippine officials as well as some foreign diplomats and experts disagree, saying China could come under intensified diplomatic and legal pressure if the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague ultimately decides in favor of Manila. Legal experts say Manila has a significant chance of success, citing the court's detailed rejection of China's arguments in the hearing on jurisdiction.
Venezuelan president's popularity bounces before election

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro speaks on a walkie talkie during a visit to inspect the progress of a Metrocable station and a meeting with supporters in the Petare slum district of CaracasBy Girish Gupta and Andrew Cawthorne CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's popularity has jumped in the run-up to Sunday's crucial legislative election, but probably not enough to prevent an opposition victory, a new survey by a leading pollster said. Thanks to public ire with a brutal economic crisis caused by dysfunctional controls and the oil price plunge, the opposition has its best shot in 16 years at winning the National Assembly from the ruling Socialists. The firm's head, Luis-Vicente Leon, said this week the ruling "Chavista" movement, named for Maduro's predecessor, Hugo Chavez, had reaped reward for going on the attack against foes, distributing resources in key districts, and reviving the memory of the popular former president during the campaign.

Pipe bomb explodes on overpass near Istanbul metro, five hurt: local mayor

Riot police secure the blast scene in IstanbulBy Asli Kandemir and Can Sezer ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Five people were injured when a pipe bomb exploded on an overpass near an Istanbul metro station on Tuesday, the district mayor said, halting some train operations and heightening security fears in Europe's biggest city. Turkey has been on high alert since more than 100 people were killed by two suicide bombers in the capital Ankara in October, three months after a similar attack at a town near the Syrian border in July left 33 dead. Tuesday's blast near the Bayrampasa metro station came at the height of the evening rush hour, district Mayor Atilla Aydiner told A Haber television.

Costa Rica bid to end prison overcrowding sparks fears

Costa Rica, a relatively well-off Central American nation, is far from being the worst example of prison overcrowding in Latin AmericaSan José (AFP) - An effort in Costa Rica to end prison overcrowding by transferring 600 convicts to semi-open facilities has sparked heated debate in the country, with media and some judges fearing an ensuing crime wave. There will likely be problems in the street because none of these people (prisoners) has been rehabilitated," argued a Supreme Court judge who hears criminal cases, Carlos Chinchilla. A citizen has lodged an appeal against the transfers and several Costa Rican newspapers assert that dangerous criminals are being let loose.

Top Asian News 3:00 a.m. GMT
BANGKOK (AP) — The United States has downgraded the safety rating of Thailand's aviation industry in a move that could hamper operations of Thai airlines worldwide. The Federal Aviation Administration announcement Tuesday comes after the International Civil Aviation Organization, a U.N. body which regulates international aviation standards, flagged significant concerns about Thailand's aviation safety in March. The FAA lowered Thailand's rating to "category 2" which means its civil aviation authority is deficient in one or more critical areas or that the country lacks laws and regulations needed to oversee airlines in line with international standards. "Thailand does not comply with International Civil Aviation Organization safety standards," the FAA statement said.
US agency lowers safety rating of Thai aviation
BANGKOK (AP) — The United States has downgraded the safety rating of Thailand's aviation industry in a move that could hamper operations of Thai airlines worldwide.
Cairns result hurts cricket's fixing fight, say analysts

Ex-New Zealand cricket captain Chris Cairns leaves Southwark Crown Court in London on November 30, 2015, where a British jury cleared him of match-fixing-linked perjury chargesThe acquittal of former New Zealand captain Chris Cairns on match-fixing-linked perjury charges is a serious blow for efforts to stamp out corruption within the game, commentators said Wednesday. A London court on Monday cleared Cairns of perjury and perverting the course of justice after prosecutors failed to convince a jury of his guilt over the course of a nine-week trial. New Zealand Herald journalist Dylan Cleaver, who originally broke the story that the ICC's anti-corruption unit was investigating Cairns, said the result was a triumph for the former all-rounder.

UN experts: Up to 3,000 Islamic State fighters in Libya
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The Islamic State group has between 2,000 and 3,000 fighters in Libya and has demonstrated its intention to control more territory in the strategically located North African country — but it is only one player among multiple warring factions, United Nations experts said in a report Tuesday.
Utility steps up efforts to plug massive California methane leak

SoCal Gas President and CEO Dennis Arriola apologizes during his statements as the Los Angeles City Council conducts testimony on the ongoing natural gas leak in the Porter Ranch area of Los AngelesBy Diana Crandall LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Southern California Gas Co plans to begin this week drilling a relief well to plug a massive underground leak of natural gas that has been seeping into the air since mid-October and now accounts for a quarter of the state's entire methane emissions. The utility's president and chief executive officer, Dennis Arriola, said on Tuesday that efforts to seal off the crippled gas storage well could take three to four more months to complete. SoCal Gas, one of the biggest gas utilities in the nation, is owned by San Diego-based Sempra Energy.

US hopes to schedule UN meeting on North Korea human rights
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power says the United States hopes to schedule a U.N. Security Council meeting this month on the "very grim" human rights situation in North Korea.
Tiger Woods has no timetable on healing or playing

FILE - In this Aug. 21, 2015, file photo, Tiger Woods reacts after missing a putt on the ninth hole during the second round of the Wyndham Championship golf tournament in Greensboro, N.C. Tiger Woods painted a bleak picture Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015, on when he can return to golf or even get back to doing anything more than just walking.(AP Photo/Chuck Burton)NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — Tiger Woods painted a bleak picture Tuesday on when he can return to golf or even get back to doing anything more than just walking.

Few Syrians would choose to leave homeland for North America: poll
By Sebastien Malo NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A new poll shows that few Syrians want to leave their country for North America, where conservative U.S. presidential candidates have been calling for restrictions on refugees from the war-torn nation. Of Syrians surveyed in their homeland who said they wanted to move, a mere 6 percent chose the United States and Canada as their desired location, according to the poll by Gallup, a global polling and research firm based in Washington, D.C. Europe was the most popular destination, chosen by 39 percent, followed by the Middle East and North Africa, with 35 percent, it said. The poll interviewed 1,002 adults face-to-face in Syria in January, with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.
Victory for Chilean mom kept from her baby for smoking pot
SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — A family court in Chile has ruled in favor of a mother who was restricted access to her newborn daughter for 12 days for smoking marijuana. It ordered the hospital to discharge the baby.
In the trench war over climate text, a little means a lot

A scale-model Eiffel Tower stands at the site of the Paris climate summit, aka COP21, where negotiators are wrangling over a 54-page draft of language that can be mind-numbing in its complexity and sensitivityNegotiators gathered in Paris are trying to craft an historic global deal by December 11 to save humanity from a feared climate catastrophe. The post-2020 pact has far-reaching consequences for every country, from low-lying islands that risk being swamped by rising seas to poor nations that demand the right to power their way to wealth by burning fossil fuels, the biggest source of so-called greenhouse gases. Such are the divisions over the climate pact that the text has become an almost laughingly turgid tangle.

Climate deal needed if Bill's billions are to help poor nations
By Valerie Volcovici WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Heads of state and big-name billionaires opened the Paris climate summit with a bang on Monday, promising billions of dollars to develop new green technology to solve a key sticking point of the negotiations: financing a low-carbon future for developing nations like India. During the Paris talks, experts said, negotiators must map out ways for rich countries to provide funds poor countries need to prepare to receive new technology.
British parliament set to vote for Syria air strikes

Anti-war protesters demonstrate against proposals to bomb Syria outside the Houses of Parliament in London, BritainBritain's parliament is set to vote on Wednesday to approve air strikes against Islamic State militants in Syria after months of wrangling over whether enough opposition Labour lawmakers would back military action. Prime Minister David Cameron has said he believes British warplanes, which have been bombing Islamic State targets in Iraq for more than a year, should also be tackling the group in Syria rather than "sub-contract" UK security to other countries. The election of veteran anti-war campaigner Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader in September complicated his plans.

Divided Belgium fails to agree climate targets

French president Francois Hollande (L) greets Belgium prime minister Charles Michel (R) as he arrives for the COP21 World Climate Change Conference in Le Bourget, north of Paris, on November 30, 2015When the Belgian government said recently it was hoping for a climate deal it wasn't talking about the UN talks in Paris -- it was talking about its own troubles. Arguments between the French and Flemish speaking regions of an increasingly divided country meant Prime Minister Charles Michel went to Paris without any agreement. "This doesn't give a good image of Belgium," deputy prime minister Kris Peeters, a Flemish lawmaker, told VRT radio on Tuesday.

BBC Sports News

Manchester City 4-1 Hull City
Manchester City reach the League Cup semi-finals for the fourth time in seven seasons by easing to a 4-1 win over Hull City.
Woods has 'nothing to look forward to'

Changes must be made at LTA - Lloyd

Phillips calls time on Wales career
Wales' most-capped scrum-half Mike Phillips announces his retirement from international rugby.
Rangers 4-0 Dumbarton
Rangers move three points clear at the top of the Championship with victory over Dumbarton at Ibrox.
Sports Personality: 2015 contenders
Who will you vote for to be this year's BBC Sports Personality of the Year? More on the 12 contenders on the shortlist.
Trump 'embarrassed' by collapse
Judd Trump says his third-round collapse in defeat to China's Laing Wenbo at the UK Championship in York was "embarrassing".
Stoke City 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday
Stoke City reach the League Cup semi-finals for the first time since 1972 as they beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-0.
Briton Froome to reveal test results
Tour de France winner Chris Froome is to reveal the results of his independent physiological testing this week.
Middlesbrough 0-2 Everton
Gerard Deulofeu produces a dazzling display as Everton reach the League Cup semi-finals with a 2-0 win at Middlesbrough.
MPs to quiz Lord Coe on blood doping
IAAF president Lord Coe is to be questioned by the culture, media and sport select committee about blood doping in athletics.
Man City group sells 13% to Chinese
Manchester City's parent company has been valued at $3bn (£2bn) after selling a 13% stake, worth £265m, to a consortium of Chinese investors.
Un-Nooh did not know about 147 cash
Thailand's Thepchaiya Un-Nooh did not know he had squandered £44,000 by fluffing the final black and missing a 147 break.
Fifa sponsors demand reform overview
Five sponsors of football's world governing body Fifa write to its executive committee to demand "independent oversight" of reforms.
England pull out of World Team event
England are one of six teams to pull out of the World Men's Squash Team Championships in Cairo because of security fears.
Chelsea submit new stadium plans
Chelsea submit a planning application to build a new 60,000-seater stadium at their London home of Stamford Bridge.
Halfpenny link 'obvious' - Young
Wasps director of rugby Dai Young says reports linking the club with a move for Wales full-back Leigh Halfpenny are "obvious".
'Agents' fees harder to keep down'
West Bromwich Albion's Richard Garlick says it is getting harder to control agents' fees in the Premier League.
Klopp denies goalkeeper speculation
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp rules out signing a replacement for goalkeeper Simon Mignolet.
Bolton plight 'increasingly perilous'
Trevor Birch, the man brought in to find a buyer for Bolton Wanderers, says the club's situation is 'increasingly perilous'.

BBC Americas News

Zuckerberg to give away 99% of shares
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan say they will give away 99% of their shares, as they announce the birth of their daughter Max.
People cheered 9/11, says ex-NYC mayor
The former mayor of New York City says some people celebrated when 9/11 happened, but Donald Trump was wrong to say there were thousands.
US to deploy special force to Iraq
The US is to deploy a specialised force to Iraq to build pressure on Islamic State militants, says US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter.
Four held in 'racial' protest shooting
Four men are charged in a shooting at an encampment outside a Minneapolis police station that left five protesters wounded.
Chris Brown cancels Australia-NZ tour
US singer Chris Brown has cancelled his December tour of Australia and New Zealand, promoters say, amid reports he was struggling to get visas.
US police chief fired over teen death
The mayor of Chicago asks his police chief to resign in the wake of the shooting death of black teenager Laquan McDonald.
Volkswagen US sales fall by 25%
German carmaker Volkswagen sees its US sales fall by 25% in November as a result of the continuing emissions scandal.
Alaskan mayor found dead in home
Police are investigating how the newly elected mayor of Alaska's state capital came to be found dead in his home.
US marine guilty of transgender killing
A US marine is found guilty of killing a Filipina transgender woman, in a case which has strained ties between the US and the Philippines.
US to tighten visa waiver programme
The US says it wants to tighten travel restrictions on foreigners who visit the country without needing full visas, following the Paris attacks.
VIDEO: How climate has affected Yosemite
President Obama says the world can reach an agreement at the COP21 talks but at home in the US he faces a fight over carbon emissions targets.
VIDEO: Colorado abortion clinic 'gunman' in court
The gunman who allegedly killed three people at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado has appeared in court and will be charged with first-degree murder.
VIDEO: Pink named Unicef Ambassador
The American singer and songwriter Pink has been named as a Unicef Ambassador.
VIDEO: Capturing yoga's twists and turns
A new photography book brings together over a decade of photography dedicated to yoga and its greatest practitioners around the world.
VIDEO: Dashboard camera catches near miss
Three people in Connecticut have a narrow escape after a car careens out of control and smashes into the vehicle next to them.
VIDEO: Tributes paid to Colorado shooting victims
The operator of a family planning clinic in the US city of Colorado Springs pays tribute to her staff, following a shooting on Friday in which three people died.
VIDEO: 'Exploded SpaceX rocket' found in UK
Maritime and Coastguard Agency find what they believe is a Nasa rocket which blew up moments after take-off in June.
VIDEO: 'Audio warning' released by Turkish military
The Turkish military has released what it says is an audio recording of the warning given to the Russian plane shot down by Turkey on the Syrian border.
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.
Puerto Rico narrowly avoids default
Puerto Rico has narrowly avoided default by making a last minute payment on its outstanding debt.
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