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BBC World News

German trains in deadly head-on crash
At least 10 people are killed and more than 100 injured as two passenger trains collide in the German state of Bavaria.
N Korea 'could soon have nuclear bomb'
North Korea could soon have enough plutonium for a nuclear weapon after restarting one of its reactors, a US spy chief says.
Andy Murray's wife gives birth to girl
Tennis star Andy Murray's wife Kim Sears has given birth to a girl.
UN fears for fate of Aleppo civilians
Up to 300,000 people could be cut off from food supplies if Syrian government forces encircle rebel-held parts of the northern city of Aleppo, the UN says.
New Hampshire votes in key US primary
People in New Hampshire begin voting for Democrats and Republicans seeking their party nomination in the first primary of the US presidential race.
Google boss becomes highest-paid in US
The chief executive of Google, Sundar Pichai, has been awarded $199m (£138m) in shares, a regulatory filing reveals.
Clashes over Hong Kong food stalls
Police have clashed with protesters in the Mong Kok district of Hong Kong during an operation to shut down illegal food stalls.
Zuma U-turn over home revamp money
South Africa's president makes a U-turn in court over his refusal to repay millions of dollars in public funds used to upgrade his rural home.
Moscow outcry as stores demolished
Bulldozers tear down dozens of convenience stalls and kiosks in Moscow as part of a drive to clean up the city - but some residents are outraged.
Kenya casino gambler 'stoned to death'
A gambler is stoned to death by fellow players at a casino in Kenya's capital, Nairobi, after killing two of its employees in a row over a $300 (£210) loss, police say.
Man found on fire outside palace dies
A man dies after being found on fire outside Kensington Palace in London, police say.
Man 'hurls alligator' into restaurant
A man in Florida is facing charges of aggravated assault after allegedly throwing an alligator into a fast-food restaurant.
VIDEO: The couple trapped on Ukraine's frontline
The elderly couple who will not leave the town of Peski on Ukraine's frontline despite shelling damaging their house.
VIDEO: Can fish help stop spread of Zika virus?
As Barack Obama requests $1.8bn to fight Zika, some communities in El Salvador think they hold the key to stopping the spread of the virus.
VIDEO: Exploring India's 'dead' car auctions
At India's "dead" car auctions, you can buy a car for a fraction of its market price. But there's a catch - the cars have all been damaged by flooding.
VIDEO: Life in Kokang a year on from conflict
The BBC's Jonah Fisher reports from the Kokang special region in north-eastern Myanmar, a year on from the scene of heavy fighting.
VIDEO: Meet the world's oldest powerlifter
At 93, Danish pensioner 'Svend Stensgaard' is the world's oldest licensed powerlifter,
VIDEO: Smartpatch aims to put snoring to bed
The Silent Partner claims to have come up with a solution for those sleeping with someone who snores.
VIDEO: What to expect from Year of Monkey
Monday 8 February 2016 marks the start of the Year of the Monkey in the Chinese calendar.
VIDEO: Behind the scenes of an air strike
Behind the scenes of an air strike, aboard the French aircraft carrier, the Charles de Gaulle, in the Gulf.

Yahoo World News

U.N. fears for hundreds of thousands if Syria troops encircle Aleppo

Boys run near a hole in the ground after airstrikes by pro-Syrian government forces in the rebel held al-Sakhour neighborhood of AleppoBy Stephanie Nebehay and Humeyra Pamuk GENEVA/ONCUPINAR, Turkey (Reuters) - Hundreds of thousands of civilians could be cut off from food if Syrian government forces encircle rebel-held parts of Aleppo, the United Nations said on Tuesday, warning of a massive new exodus of refugees fleeing a Russian-backed assault. Syrian government forces, backed by Russian air strikes and Iranian and Lebanese Hezbollah fighters, have launched a major offensive in the countryside around Aleppo, which has been divided between government and rebel control for years. The United Nations is worried the government advance could cut off the last link for civilians in rebel-held parts of Aleppo with the main Turkish border crossing, which has long served as the lifeline for insurgent-controlled territory.

Nine dead, more than 80 injured in Bavaria train crash

Members of emergency services at the site of two crashed trains near Bad Aibling in southwestern GermanyBy Joern Poeltz BAD AIBLING, Germany (Reuters) - Nine people were killed and at least 81 injured on Tuesday when two passenger trains collided head-on at high speed in isolated countryside in southern Bavaria. Dobrindt said both trains must have been travelling at high speed entering a curve and the drivers had probably not seen each other.

North Korea turns to 'old workhorse' rocket to repeat past success

A metal object believed to be a part of North Korean long range rocket launched on February 7, 2016, is seen in this undated handout pictureBy Jack Kim and David Brunnstrom SEOUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - North Korea's weekend rocket launch repeated earlier success rather than breaking new ground, using a nearly identical design from a 2012 launch, experts said, adding the reclusive country probably remained years from building a long-range nuclear missile. South Korea and the United States say Sunday's launch was a long-range missile test that violated U.N. Security Council resolutions barring the North from using ballistic missile technology. It followed North Korea's Jan. 6 test of a nuclear device, also in breach of Security Council resolutions.

Iraqi forces make gains against Islamic State east of Ramadi

Iraqi security forces gesture from the top of a tank as they gather in Jweba on the eastern fringes of RamadiIraqi forces recaptured territory east of Ramadi from Islamic State militants on Tuesday, linking the Anbar provincial capital to a major army base nearby, and officials appealed for international funding to help clear the city of explosives. Iraq's army declared victory in December over Islamic State (IS) in Ramadi after elite counter-terrorism forces seized the main government building, but it has taken weeks for the commandos to clear insurgents from the rural eastern outskirts. The recapture of Ramadi was the first major gain for the U.S.-trained force since it collapsed in the face of an assault by the ultra-hardline Sunni militants in 2014.

Suicide bombing at Damascus police club kills several people: interior ministry

Syrian army soldiers and civilians inspect the site of a suicide bombing at a police officers' club in a residential district of Damascus, in Masaken BarzaA suicide car bomber blew himself up at a police officers' club in a residential district of Damascus on Tuesday, killing several people, Syria's interior ministry said, and Islamic State militants claimed responsibility. It said that a number of people were also wounded in the blast in Masaken Barza, a middle class district where several major government buildings are located. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which tracks violence in Syria's civil war, said eight police officers were killed in the blast and at least 20 wounded after a vehicle was detonated in a parking lot in the police officers' club.

Wave of Aden killings tests Gulf role in Yemen

People look at a burnt-out police patrol vehicle after clashes in Yemen's southern port city of AdenBy Mohammed Ghobari and Yara Bayoumy CAIRO/DUBAI (Reuters) - The recapture of Aden by Gulf Arab coalition troops last summer has failed to provide any respite from Yemen's civil war, with residents facing a wave of bomb and gun attacks that is crippling efforts to stabilize the city. Since July, the Gulf coalition and local security forces have struggled to impose order in Aden, opening the way for Islamic State, al Qaeda and other armed groups to operate there with impunity. The challenges in Aden show how difficult it will be to restore order to a country gripped by months of conflict in which 6,000 have been killed and where Islamist militants have exploited widespread security weaknesses in what Saudi Arabia sees as its backyard.

US intel: China to keep building on artificial islands
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. intelligence chief says he expects China to keep building on artificial islands to sustain its "exorbitant" territorial claims in the disputed South China Sea.
Bring on the drones: Mediterranean sees severe overfishing

FILE- In this August 23, 2006 file photo, tuna fishing vessels leave Marseille harbor, southern France. Experts say almost all fish species in the Mediterranean are still overfished despite decades of dwindling stocks. EU Fisheries chief Karmenu Vella said Tuesday Feb. 9, 2016 some stocks “are on the verge of depletion". (AP Photo/Boris Horvat, Pool, File)BRUSSELS (AP) — Experts say almost all species in the Mediterranean are still overfished despite decades of seeing stocks dwindle — and the European Union is considering creative solutions like using drones or space technology to catch fraudulent fishermen.

Tennis umpires banned over corruption; 4 officials suspended
LONDON (AP) — The International Tennis Federation says two umpires have been banned for corruption offenses and four more are suspended.
Sri Lanka war crimes investigation must be impartial with or without foreign judges: U.N. official

U.N. Human Rights High Commissioner Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein arrives for a media briefing in Geneva, SwitzerlandBy Shihar Aneez and Ranga Sirilal COLOMBO (Reuters) - The United Nations will not force Sri Lanka to accept a role for international judges in investigating possible war crimes during the 26-year Tamil insurgency but any process must be impartial and independent, the U.N. human rights chief said on Tuesday. Commissioner Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, ending a four-day visit to Sri Lanka to assess the investigation, commended some efforts by President Maithripala Sirisena's government but said much still needed to be done. The United Nations says the Sri Lankan military and Tamil Tiger rebels were both likely to have committed war crimes during the war, which ended with a military victory in 2009.

Kuwait backs alliances against Islamic State, but no troops

File photo of Kuwait's Minister for Cabinet and Municipal Affairs Sheikh Mohammad al-Mubarak Al-Sabah speaking in his office in Kuwait CityBy Sylvia Westall DUBAI (Reuters) - Kuwait backs international efforts against hardline Islamist groups in Iraq and Syria although the Gulf Arab state's constitution prevents it from sending troops to fight abroad, a senior Kuwaiti official said. Kuwait, a U.S. ally and neighbor of Saudi Arabia and Iraq, is part of a 34-nation alliance announced by Riyadh in December aimed at countering Islamic State and al Qaeda in Iraq, Syria, Libya, Egypt and Afghanistan.

Ex-JP Morgan banker fined $1.1bn over 'London Whale' scandal

People walk past the JP Morgan Chase Building on Park Avenue May 15, 2012 in New YorkBritain's financial watchdog on Tuesday fined a former JP Morgan executive for failing to disclose concerns about the so-called "London Whale" affair that cost the bank $6.2 billion. Achilles Macris, ex-boss of the bank's international chief investment office in London, was fined £792,900 ($1.1 million, 1.0 million euros), the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said in a statement. Macris "was responsible for a number of portfolios, including the Synthetic Credit Portfolio, at the time of what became known as the â London Whaleâ trades," the FCA said.

Brazil governor wants environmental fund to pay pensions
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — A major Brazilian daily says the Rio de Janeiro state governor wants to use money earmarked for an environmental fund to cover shortfalls in civil servants' pensions.
Stocks stabilize after an early slide; Japan's Nikkei slumps

Jonathan Niles, foreground right, works at the New York Stock Exchange, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016. Stock markets have been in a slump so far this year after a lackluster 2015. Several factors have kept investors in a selling mood, including falling crude oil prices, waning growth in major economies and the prospect of Federal Reserve rate hikes after several years of ultra-easy monetary policy. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)Stocks are mostly lower in the U.S., led by declines in energy companies.

Controversy in Austria over criticism of Nazi camp inmates
VIENNA (AP) — The senior party in Austria's government coalition is suggesting that an official in its partner party be removed for indirectly backing an article describing some Nazi concentration camp inmates as a "scourge."
Merkel 'can't recall' angry phone talk with Pope Francis

Pope Francis speaks with Angela Merkel during a 2015 meeting at the VaticanGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel's office on Tuesday said she had no memory of an angry phone call she reportedly made to Pope Francis after he compared Europe to a "barren woman". "She asked me if I really thought Europe could no longer make children.

The Latest: Intelligence chief warns of more terror attacks

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper listens on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, while testifying before a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on worldwide threats. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the worldwide threat assessment from U.S. intelligence agencies (all times local):

Graabak comes back from 8th place to take World Cup victory
TRONDHEIM, Norway (AP) — Joergen Graabak of Norway overcame a deficit of more than a minute to win the Trondheim leg of the Nordic Combined World Cup on Tuesday.
US spy chief: US and Russia could spiral into new Cold War

Russian President Vladimir Putin is "paranoid" about being challenged by NATO, US intelligence saysRussia is "paranoid" about being challenged by NATO and its efforts to rival American power could push it into a new Cold War, the head of US intelligence said Tuesday. "They're greatly concerned about being contained," the director of national intelligence, James Clapper, told the Senate Armed Services Committee. Clapper said that Russia fears the installation of a missile defense network in Europe could negate the threat posed to the West by its nuclear arsenal.

Note boasts rare signatures of lovebirds Napoleon, Josephine

In this Monday, Feb. 8, 2016 photo, David Lowenherz points to the signatures of Napoleon Bonaparte and to the left, Josephine de Beauharnais, on a marriage contract, in West Palm Beach, Fla. Lowenherz, of Lion Heart Autographs, will put the document up for sale this week at the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)WEST PALM BEACH, Florida (AP) — Napoleon Bonaparte's handwriting graced thousands of letters and military documents. But just a few documents also bore the delicate loops of his consort's signature.

BBC Sports News

Wales' Biggar injury 'not long-term'

VIDEO: Is this the Nepalese Shane Warne?

Ireland legend O'Connell quits rugby
Former Ireland and Lions captain Paul O'Connell is forced to retire from rugby with immediate effect on medical advice.
Stop taking fans for granted - Evans
Former Liverpool boss Roy Evans says the club must stop taking fans for granted as the row over ticket prices continues.
BBC to show Champions League of Darts
The inaugural Champions League of Darts, which will be held in Cardiff in September, is to be broadcast live across the BBC.
'Short-termism' cost Clement his job
Owner Mel Morris says promotion was not Derby's aim this season and Paul Clement was sacked because of his short-term view.
Andy Murray's wife gives birth to girl

London 2017 loses third board member
The London 2017 World Athletics Championships lose a third board member as managing director Sally Bolton steps down.
Neville targets must-win league game
Valencia boss Gary Neville says his team must beat Espanyol on Saturday to stop an alarming slide down the league table.
Kenya could miss Rio over Zika fears
Kenya could pull out of the Rio Olympics if the Zika virus reaches epidemic levels, says the president of their Olympic committee.
Charlton probe Meire 'resignation'
Charlton investigate after a fake document showing the resignation of CEO Katrien Meire was sent to Companies House.
Cavendish retains lead in Qatar
Britain's Mark Cavendish finishes second on stage two to retain the overall lead in the Tour of Qatar.
Everton edge towards £200m takeover
Everton are moving closer to a £200m takeover after talks with an American consortium led by John Jay Moores and Charles Noell.
West Ham open Payet contract talks
Midfielder Dimitri Payet is in contract talks with West Ham United, despite signing a five-year deal during the summer.
Smith named Australia's T20 captain
Test and one-day skipper Steve Smith replaces Aaron Finch as Australia's captain for the World Twenty20 in India.
West Ham United v Liverpool
Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's FA Cup game between West Ham United and Liverpool.
Get BBC Sport News Alerts in the app
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VIDEO: O'Connell is a modern great - Jones
England's Eddie Jones and James Haskell share their memories of Ireland lock Paul O'Connell, who announces his retirement.
VIDEO: Is Premier League fearful of China?
Premier League managers give their opinion on whether China's transfer spending is the start of a new footballing superpower.
VIDEO: Scottish Cup draw halted after error
The Scottish Cup quarter-final is halted and restarted after one of the balls is opened prematurely.

BBC Americas News

Google boss becomes highest-paid in US
The chief executive of Google, Sundar Pichai, has been awarded $199m (£138m) in shares, a regulatory filing reveals.
Man 'hurls alligator' into restaurant
A man in Florida is facing charges of aggravated assault after allegedly throwing an alligator into a fast-food restaurant.
Iraqi charged over Kayla Mueller death
The widow of a former senior Islamic State group leader is charged over the death of US hostage Kayla Mueller, the US justice department says.
Paltrow takes stand in stalking trial
Gwyneth Paltrow tells a Los Angeles court she feared for her family's safety after receiving multiple letters from a man accused of stalking her.
Canadian twins die in bobsled accident
Canadian authorities identify the teenage twin brothers who were killed over the weekend in a toboggan accident in Calgary.
Bloomberg 'looks at' US presidency bid
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he is considering running for US president, the first time he has confirmed he is eyeing a bid.
Canada to end IS strikes by 22 February
Canada will stop bombing targets in Syria and Iraq belonging to the Islamic State group by 22 February, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says.
Sikh barred from flight 'over turban'
Sikh actor Waris Ahluwalia claims he was barred from boarding an Aeromexico flight because of his turban.
Chicago officer sues shot teen's family
A white Chicago police officer who fatally shot a black teenager sues his family for $10m (£6.9m), claiming emotional distress.
Obama to request $1.8bn to fight Zika
The White House says it will ask US Congress for $1.8bn (£1.25bn) in emergency funding to combat the Zika virus, which is spreading through the Americas.
VIDEO: Rubio and Christie clash in TV debate
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie attacks Senator Marco Rubio in the latest TV debate among Republican candidates running for US president.
VIDEO: The UK and US intelligence relationship
A look at why the UK and US have a strong intelligence relationship.
VIDEO: Frozen 'car park' unexpectedly melts
A frozen lake being used as a car park at the annual Winter Fest event in Wisconsin, US, melts leaving vehicles submerged in the water.
VIDEO: Car confessions with a Trump and Sanders supporter
In the run up to the New Hampshire primary, BBC Pop Up is picking up voters to talk about their thoughts on the presidential candidates.
VIDEO: President Obama visits Baltimore mosque
President Obama makes his first trip to an American mosque since taking office.
VIDEO: Escaped NY prisoner 'sorry for causing fear'
David Sweat, who escaped from a New York prison in 2015, sparking a three-week manhunt, appears in court.
VIDEO: What's Marco Rubio's story?
The BBC's Emily Maitlis travels to Marco Rubio's hometown in Miami to find out more about about the Republican rising star.
VIDEO: Meet Phil the psychic groundhog
Thousands of people in the Pennsylvanian town of Punxsutawney have been celebrating Groundhog Day, alongside a groundhog who predicts when winter will end.
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.
Fiat shares fall as investigation widens
Shares of Fiat Chrysler fall more than 7% on Monday as an investigation into its vehicles widened.
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