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BBC World News

Hundreds dead in huge Nepal quake
At least 970 people have died as Nepal suffered its worst earthquake for more than 80 years, with deaths also reported in India, Tibet and Bangladesh.
Syria Islamists take northern town
Islamist rebels have captured much of the north-western Syrian town of Jisr al-Shughur from government forces, activists say.
Gallipoli tributes to Anzac 'heroes'
Australia and New Zealand hold ceremonies to mark the centenary of the military landings at Gallipoli during the First World War.
Indonesia issues execution orders
At least three of 10 people on death row in Indonesia for drug smuggling are given formal notice of their imminent execution.
Pakistan PM condemns activist killing
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif condemns the shooting of human rights activist Sabeen Mehmud and orders an investigation.
Arrest over Japan radioactive drone
A man who flew a drone carrying radioactive sand on to the roof of the Japanese prime minister's office has been arrested, Tokyo police say.
Burundi president seeks third term
Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza is nominated as a candidate for a third term in office, a move his opponents say is unconstitutional.
Bruce Jenner: I am a woman
The reality TV star says he still has male body parts but considers himself female.
Trophy tribute as McCoy bows out
Champion jockey's trophy to be retired as 20-time winner AP McCoy prepares to ride Box Office in final race at Sandown on Saturday.
VIDEO: Footage shows Nepal temple damage
The Swayambhunath Temple complex is among the historic buildings in Nepal damaged by a powerful earthquake which has killed hundreds of people.
VIDEO: Quake 'felt across entire region'
A powerful earthquake has rocked central Nepal, causing extensive damage to buildings and dozens of injuries, according to eyewitnesses.
VIDEO: Services mark Gallipoli 100 years on
Services are taking place around the world to mark the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign, one of the bloodiest battles of World War One.
VIDEO: Warning over Chile's Calbuco volcano
People living close to the Calbuco volcano in the south of Chile have been warned that it might erupt again at some point soon.
AUDIO: Shot Pakistani activist 'knew of risks'
Sabeen Mehmud, the Pakistani human rights activist who was shot dead in Karachi, told the BBC she felt "you have to take some risks" in her line of work.
VIDEO: Bruce Jenner: 'I'm going to be OK'
The US Olympic gold medallist and reality TV personality, Bruce Jenner, has said he is transgender and identifies as a woman.
VIDEO: NBA brings basketball stars to Cuba
The NBA becomes the first American sports organisation to visit Cuba since the two countries began to restore diplomatic ties.
VIDEO: Insecure borders of struggling Libya
Quentin Sommerville reports on Libya's struggle for stability, four years after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi.
Justice for historical crimes
The trial of Oskar Groening raises the question of whether it is always necessary and right to prosecute such crimes after so many years.
Africa blog: Islamic State strengthens ties with Boko Haram
The Islamic State (IS) has released a new video, eulogising Nigeria's Boko Haram, in the latest sign of closer ties between the two militant groups.
Clinton cash questions over Russian deal
New investigations into Clinton family finances reveal possible conflicts of interest - but is there fire behind the smoke?

Yahoo World News

Devastating Nepal quake kills over 900, some in Everest avalanche

Collapsed building is pictured after an earthquake hit, in KathmanduBy Gopal Sharma and Ross Adkin KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A powerful earthquake struck Nepal and sent tremors through northern India on Saturday, killing hundreds of people, toppling a 19th-century tower in the capital Kathmandu and touching off a deadly avalanche on Mount Everest. There were reports of devastation in outlying, isolated mountainous areas after the midday quake of magnitude 7.9, Nepal's worst in 81 years, centered 50 miles (80 km) east of the second city, Pokhara. A police official said the death toll in Nepal alone had reached 876, more than half of them in the Kathmandu Valley. A further 34 fatalities were reported in northern India and one in Bangladesh.

Three Islamic State car bombs hit Iraq-Jordan border crossing, four dead
BAGHDAD/AMMAN (Reuters) - Three suicide car bombs exploded at a border crossing between Iraq and Jordan on Saturday, killing four soldiers, a witness and an Iraqi border police source said, in an attack claimed shortly afterwards by Islamic State. The Islamic State militant group claimed responsibility for the attack in a video, saying it had targeted a government complex, control point for the border crossing, and army patrol, according to monitoring group SITE. The Iraqi government announced a new offensive this month to recapture parts of Anbar, Iraq's Sunni Muslim heartland, from Islamic State, but the Sunni militants struck back by attacking Ramadi, the Baiji refinery, and al-Thirthar dam.
Exclusive: Brother says accused Tunisian was forced to captain migrant boat at gunpoint

Mohammed Ali Malek speaks with his lawyer Massimo Ferrante at the Catania's tribunalBy Tarek Amara TUNIS (Reuters) - The Tunisian man accused of piloting a migrant boat that sank off Libya, killing more than 700 people, is himself a migrant who was forced at gunpoint to captain the ship because of his experience as a fisherman, his brother said on Saturday. Italian authorities say the man named in court as Mohammed Ali Malek, 27, was in charge of the heavily overloaded fishing boat that capsized shortly before midnight on April 18 with hundreds of African and Bangladeshi migrants locked below deck. The man's brother told Reuters the Tunisian's real name was Nourredine Mahjoub and he had first traveled clandestinely to Europe five years ago, spending time in Italy and France before being deported. He had recently returned to Libya seeking work.

Indonesia informs death row convicts execution just days away

Australian Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran wait in a temporary cell for their appeal hearing in Denpasar District Court in Indonesia's resort island of BaliBy Heru Aspirhanto CILACAP, Indonesia (Reuters) - Indonesia has informed two Australians, one Nigerian and four other death-row drug convicts that they will be executed in a matter of days, possibly as soon as Tuesday. The Attorney General's office said notices that they would face a firing squad after 72 hours were delivered to the seven on the prison island of Nusakambangan, despite last-minute appeals for clemency from the Australian government and others. "There is no date specified for the execution, but families will have time to visit Nusakambangan until Tuesday 2 p.m., this could mean that it will be carried out on later on Tuesday, probably in the evening or after midnight." Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, two Australians arrested as ringleaders of the 'Bali Nine' drug-smuggling group, were among the seven, lawyers said. Indonesia has harsh punishments for drug crimes and resumed executions in 2013 after a five-year gap.

Islamist fighters seize Syria's Jisr al-Shughour, army says redeploys

Nusra Front fighters ride military vehicle that they seized from forces loyal to president Assad in Jisr al-Shughour town after rebels took control of the areaBy Mariam Karouny BEIRUT (Reuters) - Islamist insurgents including al-Qaeda's wing in Syria, Nusra Front, captured the northwestern Syrian town of Jisr al-Shughour on Saturday, for the first time in the four-year-old conflict. Opposition fighters and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the town, on a road between the coastal city of Latakia and city of Aleppo, was now fully controlled by insurgents "All of Jisr al-Shughour is now liberated, there is no more regime there," Ahmad of the media office of the Islamist Ahrar al-Sham group, which is taking part in the battle, told Reuters.

UK's Lib Dems rule out Scottish deal, potentially shunning Labour

Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and his wife Justine stand next to Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg at the ceremony to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the Gallipoli campaign, at the Cenotaph on Whitehall in LondonThe leader of Britain's Liberal Democrats ruled out joining a government that relied on support from Scotland's nationalists, raising a potential obstacle to a coalition deal with the opposition Labour Party after a national election on May 7. Nick Clegg, deputy prime minister who may again be kingmaker after a knife-edge election, also said he would prefer to line up with the party that wins most parliamentary seats, another potential hindrance to a deal with Labour. The centrist Liberal Democrats have been the junior partner in a coalition with the Conservatives since 2010, disappointing many of their voters by working with a right-leaning party. They are forecast to lose around half of their seats, meaning they could struggle to form a coalition government with Labour.

Aden hit by coalition airstrikes amid fierce street battles

Yemeni men look through a hole in a building damaged by a recent Saudi-led airstrike which hit a site which many believe was a large weapons cache in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, Saturday, April 25, 2015. With combatants fighting in neighborhoods and Saudi-led coalition warplanes pounding Iran-backed rebels from the sky, Yemen's war is wreaking a particularly bloody toll among civilians: more than 550 have been killed in the past month, including 115 children, the U.N. said Friday. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Security officials and eyewitnesses say Yemen's southern port city of Aden has been hit by dozens of Saudi-led coalition airstrikes.

Spain activates alert as oil spill threatens Canary Islands
MADRID (AP) — Spain's government has activated an environmental emergency alert over an oil slick that threatens pristine beaches on the southwestern Canary Islands.
Michael Schumacher's son makes strong Formula 4 debut

German Formula 4 driver Mick Schumacher of team Van Amersfoort walks with his best rookie award during the season kickoff in Oschersleben, Germany, Saturday, April 25, 2015, after ranking 9th in the race. He is the son of former Formula One World Champion Michael Schumacher. (Jens Wolf/dpa via AP)OSCHERSLEBEN, Germany (AP) — The teenage son of former Formula One champion Michael Schumacher made a strong debut at Formula 4 level on Saturday.

Russian bikers begin run despite Polish entry ban

A group of Russian bikers rides leaving Moscow, Saturday, April 25, 2015, as they begin run to Germany to mark the 70th anniversary of Soviet victory over Nazi Germany. Riders from a Russian nationalist motorcycle group have begun their run commemorating the Red Army's offensive against Nazi Germany, despite Poland's announcement that it would refuse to let them in the country. About 20 bikers including members of the Night Wolves group set off from Moscow Saturday, with the aim of crossing into Poland before eventually reaching Berlin on May 9. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)MOSCOW (AP) — Riders from a Russian nationalist motorcycle group on Saturday began their run commemorating the Red Army's offensive against Nazi Germany, despite Poland's announcement that it would refuse to let them into the country.

Quake triggers Everest avalanche, reports say 18 killed
By Gopal Sharma KATHMANDU (Reuters) - An Indian army mountaineering team found 18 bodies on Mount Everest on Saturday, an army spokesman said, after a huge earthquake in Nepal unleashed an avalanche on the mountain at the start of the main climbing season. Nepal's Tourism Ministry could only confirm 10 deaths, but spokesman Gyanendra Shrestha said that the death toll could rise, and that the avalanche had buried part of the base camp. He said two tents at the camp had been filled with the injured.Ministry officials estimated that at least 1,000 climbers, including about 400 foreigners, had been at base camp or on Everest when the earthquake struck.April is one of the most popular times to scale the 8,850-metre (29,035 foot) peak, the world's highest, before rain and clouds cloak it the end of May. Almost exactly a year ago, an avalanche killed 16 Nepali guides in what had been the single deadliest day on the mountain.
Nepal quake death toll reaches 1,130: police spokesman
KATHMANDU (Reuters) - The death toll in Nepal from a severe earthquake on Saturday has risen to 1,130, a police spokesman said. Of the total, 634 were reported dead in the Kathmandu Valley and at least 300 more in the capital. (Reporting by Gopal Sharma; Writing by Douglas Busvine)
Togo votes for a new president

A woman casts her ballot for Togo's presidential election at a polling station in Lome on April 25, 2015Togo went to the polls in presidential elections on Saturday, with the incumbent Faure Gnassingbe seeking a third term in office to extend his family's grip on power into a second half-century. Gnassingbe, 48, called on people in the small west African nation to "vote in peace" after casting his ballot in the capital Lome, as fears of election violence remained fresh in the nation's memory. Gnassingbe has been in power since the death his father, Gnassingbe Eyadema, in 2005, winning contested elections that year and five years later. He is heavily favoured against a splintered opposition, with Jean-Pierre Fabre of the five-party coalition called Combat for Political Change (CAP 2015) seen as the only credible challenge to the ruling family dynasty.

Hamburg grabs Bundesliga lifeline with 3-2 win over Augsburg

Leverkusen's goalkeeper Bernd Leno saves a ball during the German first division Bundesliga soccer match between 1. FC Cologne and Bayer Leverkusen in Cologne, Germany, Saturday, April 25, 2015. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)BERLIN (AP) — Pierre-Michel Lasogga scored twice as Hamburger SV boosted its chances of avoiding Bundesliga relegation with a 3-2 win over Augsburg on Saturday.

Top Asian News at 3:30 p.m. GMT
KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — A powerful earthquake struck Nepal Saturday, killing at least 926 people across a swath of four countries as the violently shaking earth collapsed houses, leveled centuries-old temples and triggered avalanches on Mt. Everest. It was the worst tremor to hit the poor South Asian nation in over 80 years. At least 876 people were confirmed dead in Nepal, according to the police. Another 34 were killed in India, 12 in Tibet and two in Bangladesh. Two Chinese citizens died in the Nepal-China border. The death toll is almost certain to rise, said deputy Inspector General of Police Komal Singh Bam.
Ghana can continue production in Ivory Coast oil dispute
HAMBURG (Reuters) - An international maritime tribunal on Saturday ruled that Ghana can continue production in a multi-billion dollar offshore oil development in an area of the sea involved in a boundary dispute with Ivory Coast but must not start new exploration. Ivory Coast had made a request to the Hamburg-based International Tribunal of the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) that Ghana suspend oil exploration and exploitation operations in the disputed area while legal hearings expected to take several years into the dispute are held. (Reporting by Michael Hogan; Editing by Toby Chopra)
I.Coast's Ouattara nominated to seek re-election as president

Ivory Coast's President Alassane Ouattara's official nomination was announced by former Ivorian head of state Henri Konan Bedie, with Gabon's President Ali Bongo Ondimba also attending a grand ceremony held in the country's biggest stadium in AbidjanThe ruling coalition in Ivory Coast on Saturday nominated incumbent President Alassane Ouattara for re-election in October's presidential poll as the country seeks to move on from years of political turmoil. Ouattara's official nomination was announced by former Ivorian head of state Henri Konan Bedie, with Gabon's President Ali Bongo Ondimba also attending a grand ceremony held in the country's biggest stadium in Abidjan. The 73-year-old Ouattara, decked out in a white hat and shirt, made a grand entrance into the 35,000-seat stadium riding in a convertible. He was greeted by the crowd shouting "ADO president!" -- a reference to his initials as Alassane Dramane Ouattara.

Powerful earthquake strikes Nepal: Things to Know

Volunteers work to remove debris at the historic Dharahara tower, a city landmark, after an earthquake in Kathmandu, Nepal, Saturday, April 25, 2015. A strong magnitude-7.9 earthquake shook Nepal's capital and the densely populated Kathmandu Valley before noon Saturday, causing extensive damage with toppled walls and collapsed buildings, officials said. (AP Photo/ Niranjan Shrestha)A powerful earthquake struck the Nepal region on Saturday, causing widespread casualties and triggering an avalanche on Mount Everest.

Wozniacki beats Halep to reach Porsche Grand Prix final

Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki reacts after beating Romania's Simona Halep in their semifinal match at the Porsche Grand Prix tennis tournament in Stuttgart, Germany, Saturday, April 25, 2015. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)STUTTGART, Germany (AP) — Caroline Wozniacki reached the Porsche Grand Prix final with a 7-5, 5-7, 6-2 win over second-seeded Simona Halep on Saturday.

Clashes rage in Yemen as calls for peace talks grow

An armed militiaman loyal to Yemen's fugitive President Abderabbo Mansour Hadi keeps position during reported clashes with Huthi rebels in the port city of Aden's Dar Saad suburb, on April 24, 2015Fierce fighting raged Saturday in south Yemen between Iran-backed rebels and loyalists of exiled President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi, as pressure mounted for the warring factions to hold political talks. The Huthi rebels, who have overrun large parts of the country and forced Hadi to flee overseas, have demanded a complete end to a month of Saudi-led air strikes against them as a condition for UN-sponsored talks. Clashes left at least 38 people dead on Saturday in towns in the south of the impoverished country, strategically located next to oil-rich Saudi Arabia and key shipping routes. Former strongman Ali Abdullah Saleh, who still holds sway over army units allied with the Shiite rebels, late on Friday urged the Huthis to heed UN demands to withdraw from territory they have seized.

BBC Sports News

McCoy fails to win his final race

Holland earns first World Series win
Britain's Vicky Holland claims her first ever World Triathlon Series win on her return from injury in Cape Town.
Southampton 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham twice came from behind against Southampton to earn a valuable point in the battle to secure European football for next season.
Higgins loses out to Ding at Worlds
Ex-champions John Higgins and Graeme Dott are knocked out at the Crucible, as Ding Junhui and Stuart Bingham progress.
Brighton & Hove Albion 0-2 Watford
Watford move closer to promotion to the Premier League with a vital victory at Brighton and Hove Albion.
PM's 'brain fade' over football team
David Cameron comes under fire from Twitter users after saying in a speech that he supported West Ham - when he is an Aston Villa fan.
Hamilton tops UK sport rich list
Lewis Hamilton is the richest sportsman in Britain with earnings of £88m, as Wayne Rooney moves into second on £72m.
Teenager breaks tournament record
Canadian teenager Brooke Henderson breaks the Swinging Skirts tournament record with a nine-under halfway total of 135.
Phillips pulls out of Kentucky debut
Zara Phillips is unable to make her debut in the Rolex Kentucky three-day event as her ride High Kingdom suffers an injury.
Schumacher's son wins rookie award
Michael Schumacher's 16-year-old old son Mick wins the rookie award for finishing ninth on his Formula 4 debut.
London set for 'greatest ever race'
Defending champion Wilson Kipsang and world record holder Dennis Kimetto will go head-to-head at Sunday's London Marathon.
British Lionhearts beaten by Mexico
British Lionhearts are beaten 4-1 by Mexico Guerreros in the final match of their World Series of Boxing campaign.
Minute's silence marks Bradford fire
A minute's silence has been held before all Premier and Football league matches to mark the 30th anniversary of the Bradford City fire.
Brook wants Mayweather or Pacquiao
Britain's Kell Brook is hopeful of meeting the winner of the super-fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao.
VIDEO: AP McCoy: Farewell to racing's champion
Video tribute to racing legend AP McCoy - set to the tune of 'The Man Comes Around' by Johnny Cash.
VIDEO: Six of the best: McCoy's great wins
A look back at six of AP McCoy's greatest wins as the 20-time champion jockey retires from the sport.
VIDEO: Ronaldo or Messi? Ferguson decides
Former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson reveals who he considers the best - Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi.
VIDEO: McGill knocks out champion Selby
Defending champion Mark Selby suffers defeat against qualifier Anthony McGill in the second round of the World Snooker Championship at the Crucible.
VIDEO: London Marathon record breakers
BBC Sport picks some of the best London marathon records, including four world marathon records, in the lead-up to Sunday's race.
VIDEO: Brownlee 'still best in the world'
Alistair Brownlee says he is still "the best triathlete in the world" as he prepares to return to action this weekend.

BBC Americas News

Canada's Senate speaker Nolin dies
Pierre Claude Nolin, the speaker of the Canadian Senate, dies at the age of 64 after a long battle with cancer.
Canada bails ex-Guantanamo detainee
A Canadian court grants bail to a former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr until he completes his appeal against his US conviction.
Bruce Jenner: I am a woman
The reality TV star and former Olympian says he still has male body parts but considers himself female.
'Twin' tumour found in woman's head
California doctors have removed what they call an embryologic twin living deep inside the brain of a student who had health problems.
Statue of Liberty in NY evacuated
Tourist have been evacuated from the Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island in New York after the discovery of a suspicious package.
Comcast ends Time Warner Cable deal
US cable giant Comcast abandons its planned $45bn purchase of Time Warner Cable after failing to convince regulators the deal would not harm competition.
US child star 'takes own life'
Sawyer Sweeten, the child star of hit US show Everybody Loves Raymond, takes his own life at his family home in Texas.
'Success kid' raises cash for dad
Sam Griner, whose image spawned the 'success kid' meme, is using his fame to raise cash to pay for medical treatment for his father.
Tribeca festival begins in New York
New York's Tribeca Film Festival kicked off on Wednesday with the world premiere of Saturday Night Live documentary, Live from New York!.
Native Americans quit Sandler set
Several Native American actors walk off the set of an Adam Sandler comedy, claiming the film is "disrespectful" of Apache culture.
VIDEO: Bruce Jenner: 'I'm going to be OK'
The US Olympic gold medallist and reality TV personality, Bruce Jenner, has said he is transgender and identifies as a woman.
VIDEO: Stiglitz on the roots of inequality
In his latest book Nobel Prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz talks to BBC World News America's Katty Kay about his latest book, The Great Divide, in which he examines the roots of inequality in the United States.
VIDEO: Video shows US school stage collapse
A stage at a school in Indiana, US, has collapsed during a musical performance, injuring dozens of people.
VIDEO: Petraeus: 'I will continue to serve'
David Petraeus, a retired US four-star general and former CIA director, makes a statement after being put on probation for leaking material.
VIDEO: Sinkhole threatens New Jersey homes
Residents are evacuated as a giant sinkhole threatens two New Jersey homes on the Delaware River.
VIDEO: Cuba isolation 'has not worked'
New York's governor Andrew Cuomo has visited Cuba following the thaw in relations between the two countries.
VIDEO: Facebook keeps getting bigger
Facebook has announced another big jump in revenue - and more people are using the site than ever before.
VIDEO: Replica French warship to sail Atlantic
An exact replica of an 18th Century French frigate has set sail on its maiden voyage - recreating a transatlantic journey to America.
VIDEO: UK sailors face Canada sex charge
Four members of the Royal Navy have been charged with sexual assault after an alleged incident in Canada.
Clinton cash questions over Russian deal
New investigations into Clinton family finances reveal possible conflicts of interest - but is there fire behind the smoke?
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