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BBC World News

Thirteen dead in Norway helicopter crash
All 13 people on board a helicopter which crashed near the Norwegian city of Bergen are presumed dead, rescuers say.
Afghan clinic bombing 'not a war crime'
The Pentagon says the bombing of an Afghan hospital that left 42 dead was not a war crime, confirming that 16 US troops will face disciplinary action.
Weasel shuts down Large Hadron Collider
The Large Hadron Collider particle accelerator in Switzerland is offline after suffering a short circuit - caused by a weasel.
Protesters delay Trump speech
Hundreds of protesters have gathered outside of a Republican Party convention in California, temporarily delaying a speech by Donald Trump.
US accuses Russia over jet manoeuvre
A Russian jet fighter intercepted a US Air Force plane in an "unsafe and unprofessional manner" over the Baltic Sea, the Pentagon says.
Over-age Canadian basketball player held
A South Sudanese immigrant and prominent high school basketball player in Canada has been arrested after the revelation that his age may be closer to 29 and not 17, officials say.
Nairobi six-storey building collapses
A six-storey building in the Kenyan capital Nairobi has collapsed, with Kenyan media reporting at least three deaths and more feared trapped.
Judge bans clubs in Buenos Aires
A judge in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, bars nightclubs from opening until they have set up proper health and safety systems following recent drug deaths.
New fighting rocks Syria's second city
A mosque and a medical facility are reportedly targeted in Syria's second city of Aleppo, as the government announces a "regime of calm" in other regions.
Russia lambasts Poland over bikers ban
Russia summons the Polish ambassador in Moscow to protest against a ban on Russian bikers from entering Poland as part of World War Two commemorations.
Zuma should face corruption case - judge
President Jacob Zuma should face 783 corruption charges, the High Court rules, adding it was "irrational" of the state prosecutor to drop them in 2009.
Ex-Auschwitz death camp guard 'ashamed'
A former Auschwitz Nazi death camp guard apologises at his trial in Germany to victims, saying he feels "ashamed" of his work at a "criminal organisation".
VIDEO: The Queen vs The President: 'Boom'
The Queen and Prince Harry have responded to Barack and Michelle Obama's Invictus Games challenge.
VIDEO: Thirteen presumed dead in Norway crash
Thirteen people are presumed dead after a crash near Bergen in Norway, in which eyewitnesses say the rotor blades separated from the helicopter.
VIDEO: Trump jumps barrier to avoid protesters
Donald Trump jumped a highway barrier to get to a rally near San Francisco after protesters blocked the entrance.
VIDEO: 'Relentless bombardment' of Aleppo
A medical facility in the Syrian city of Aleppo has reportedly been hit in an air strike - the second this week.
VIDEO: Jenner takes up Trump toilet offer
Caitlyn Jenner posts video of female toilet use after Donald Trump supported transgender right to choose which facility to use.
VIDEO: 'I can use illegal ivory to top up stock'
Conservationists say the legal trade in ivory on the domestic market in China and Hong Kong is just providing a cover for the illegal smuggling.
VIDEO: Ted Cruz 'is Lucifer in the flesh'
US presidential hopeful Ted Cruz has been called "Lucifer in the flesh" by the former Speaker of the House of Representatives, John Boehner.
VIDEO: China and its unbelievable queues
Queuing in China is not for the faint-hearted - one photographer has been documenting the phenomenon through history.

Yahoo World News

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

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



Islamic State-linked hackers post target list of New Yorkers

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



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

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



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

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



Iran asks U.N. chief to intervene with U.S. after court ruling

United Nations Secretary General Ban arrives to a meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Zarif at U.N. headquarters in New YorkBy Michelle Nichols and Louis Charbonneau UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Iran asked U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon on Thursday to convince the United States to stop violating state immunity after the top U.S. court ruled that $2 billion in frozen Iranian assets must be paid to American victims of attacks blamed on Tehran. Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif wrote to Ban a week after the U.S. Supreme Court ruling, calling on the Secretary-General to use his "good offices in order to induce the U.S. Government to adhere to its international obligations." Zarif's appeal comes amid increasing Iranian frustration at what they say is the failure of the United States to keep its promises regarding sanctions relief agreed under an historic nuclear deal struck last year by Tehran and six world powers.



Oil rig helicopter crashes off Norway coast, 13 presumed dead

Rescuers work at a site where a helicopter has crashed west of the Norwegian city of BergenBy Stine Jacobsen and Ole Petter Skonnord OSLO (Reuters) - A helicopter ferrying passengers from a Norwegian oil platform crashed in the North Sea on Friday, killing at least 11 of the 13 people on board, rescue officials said. The 11 passengers and two crew on the flight from the Gullfaks B oil platform, operated by Norway's Statoil , were all Norwegian except for one British and one Italian national, according to the Rescue Coordination Centre for Southern Norway. "The helicopter is completely destroyed," it said.



Argentina floods swamp soy crop; some must commute by boat

A man navigates a flooded road, outside a home in Villa Paranacito, Entre Rios, Argentina, Thursday, April 28, 2016. The Argentine Red Cross estimates more than 30,000 people have been affected by the flooding, with more than 2,000 evacuated after rain swelled rivers, swamping fields and towns nationwide. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)VILLA PARANACITO, Argentina (AP) — Water levels in the flooded town of Villa Paranacito have risen so much that the best way for residents to commute is by boat.



Blocked African migrants finally move to C.Rica shelter

Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solis speaks during the inauguration of the 2016 Conference of Central American Security, in San Jose, Costa Rica, on April 7, 2016San José (AFP) - Hundreds of US-bound undocumented migrants demanding permission to leave a border town in Costa Rica's south have finally accepted to go to a nearby shelter organized by authorities, officials said on Friday. "After a week of dialogue and a lot of coordination between agencies, more than 600 irregular migrants, most of them from Africa, agreed to be peacefully transported to Campo Ferial in Paso Canoas without it being necessary to use force," the Costa Rican presidency said in a statement. The migrants, many of whom are from the Democratic Republic of Congo, had been holding out in a border no-man's land in the town of Paso Canoas in the hopes of being allowed to continue their planned journey through Central America and Mexico.



Batum 'running on adrenaline' in Game 6 after birth of child

Charlotte Hornets guard Nicolas Batum (5) goes up for a shot against Miami Heat forward Justise Winslow (20) and guard Gerald Green (14) during the first half in Game 5 of an NBA basketball playoffs first-round series, Wednesday, April 27, 2016, in Miami. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Hornets forward Nicolas Batum said he's "running on adrenaline" as he prepares for Game 6 of Charlotte's first-round playoff series against the Miami Heat following the birth of his son early Friday.



33 lions rescued from South American circuses head to Africa

A former circus lion peers from inside a cage transporting it to South Africa, at the port of Callao, Peru, Friday, April 29, 2016. Thirty-three lions rescued from circuses in Peru and Colombia are heading back to their homeland to live out the rest of their lives in a private sanctuary in South Africa. The operation is the largest ever airlift of lions, organized and paid for by Animal Defenders International (ADI). (AP photo/Martin Mejia)LIMA, Peru (AP) — Thirty-three lions rescued from circuses in Peru and Colombia headed back to their homeland Friday to live out the rest of their lives in a private sanctuary in South Africa.



Home game: Gerina Piller leads in stormy Texas
IRVING, Texas (AP) — Gerina Piller made herself right at home Friday in the LPGA Tour's Volunteers of America Texas Shootout, shooting a 6-under 65 to take the lead in the suspended second round.
Police: Older son said he killed father in California

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



33 rescued lions to fly from Peru to S. Africa

The lions, with names such as Zeus and Shakira, were freed after the use of wild animals in circuses was outlawed in Peru in 2011 and Colombia in 2013More than 30 lions rescued from abuse in Peruvian and Colombian circuses will fly Friday for South Africa, in what campaigners are calling the largest-ever airlift of big cats. The 33 lions, with names such as Zeus and Shakira, were freed after the use of wild animals in circuses was outlawed in Peru in 2011 and Colombia in 2013. Saved from the lion tamer's whip, they have been rounded up with the help of authorities by Animal Defenders International (ADI), an animal rights charity.



German govt, public workers settle wage dispute

Employees of car maker Ford take part in a warning strike on early April 29, 2016 in Cologne, western GermanyGermany's federal and local governments reached agreement on Friday with public sector workers on a pay rise, settling a dispute that grounded hundreds of flights during a warning strike two days earlier, sources said. More than two million workers are to receive a pay increase of 4.75 percent over two years, Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said after a third round of talks with Germany's biggest services sector union, Verdi. The union, which had initially demanded a six-per-cent pay rise, hailed the result as "a compromise that clearly increases salaries, boosts purchasing power and helps make the public sector more attractive" to workers.



Gov: Puerto Rico braces for lawsuits as major default looms
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rico's governor said Friday that the U.S. territory is bracing for multiple lawsuits as a major default looms over a $470 million bond payment.
Rangers' Yu Darvish ready to make first rehab start Sunday
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Texas Rangers right-hander Yu Darvish has a simple goal in his first rehab start on Sunday after last year's Tommy John surgery.
UK regulator suspends flights of Super Puma model that crashed in Norway
OSLO/LONDON (Reuters) - The British civil aviation authority said it was suspending flights of Airbus Super Puma helicopters of the same type that crashed off the west coast of Norway on Friday. "Following the accident, the UK CAA has issued an instruction to stop any commercial passenger flights by UK operators flying the Airbus EC225LP helicopter," a spokesman for the regulator said in an email. (Reporting by Karolin Schaps; Writing by Gwladys Fouche; Editing by Andrew Heavens)
Red Bulls acquired defender Aurelien Collin from Orlando FC
HARRISON, N.J. (AP) — The New York Red Bulls have acquired veteran center back Aurelien Collin from Orlando City SC in exchange for a conditional fourth-round pick in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft.
UN proposal demands combatants protect hospitals and doctors
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — A proposed U.N. resolution that supporters hope will be adopted next week demands that all parties to conflicts protect medical workers, hospitals and medical facilities against violence and attacks — and face justice if they don't.
Six-story building collapses as floods hit Kenyan capital, three dead
A six-story building collapsed in Kenya's capital late on Friday, killing at least three people, KTN television reported, and trapping many others after days of heavy rains and floods. Three children and one adult were taken to the city's Kenyatta National Hospital, Kenya Red Cross said on its Twitter feed. Privately owned KTN, running live footage from the scene, said 58 people had been rescued from the rubble, including a baby, but "most residents" of the building were trapped inside.

BBC Sports News

Banks demanded I stayed - Wenger
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger claims his commitment to the club helped secure the bank loans required to fund the Emirates Stadium.
Ding ties centuries record at Crucible
Ding Junhui equals the record for centuries by one player in a World Championship match en route to a 14-10 lead over Alan McManus in the semis.
Vettel handed five-place grid penalty
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel is handed a five-place grid penalty for Sunday's Russian Grand Prix owing to a gearbox change.
Birmingham City 2-2 Middlesbrough
Middlesbrough edge a point clear at the Championship summit at least temporarily, despite being held by Birmingham City.
Gilmour reaches European semi-finals
Scotland's Kirsty Gilmour is guaranteed a medal at the European Championships after reaching the semi-finals.
Foxes turn Leicester landmarks blue
Landmarks, fans and even sausages are turning blue in Leicester as its football team get closer to winning an unexpected Premier League title.
Organisers defend size of pockets
Tournament organisers deny accusations that the pockets are bigger than normal at this year's World Championship.
Wiggins withdraws as Groenewegen leads
Sir Bradley Wiggins pulls out of the Tour de Yorkshire on stage one as Dylan Groenewegen claims the leader's blue jersey.
Football director used 'Nazi' hashtags
A Leeds United director is criticised after using the hashtags 'ss' and 'gestapo' on social media while posting about a new haircut.
Sale 11-12 Gloucester
Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw kicks Gloucester to a 12-11 win at Sale to harm the Sharks' Premiership top-six hopes.
Hull FC 28-26 Catalans Dragons
Catalans Dragons miss the chance to draw level with Super League leaders Warrington as they lose at Hull FC.
Cost-cutting F1 rules approved for 2017
Formula 1 bosses agree a set of rules until 2020 aimed at reducing the cost of engines and ensuring their performance converges.
Melville to replace Andrew in RFU role
Rob Andrew will step down as RFU director of professional rugby at the end of the season, to be replaced by Nigel Melville.
British Cycling commissions review
British Cycling launches a review to uncover whether there are "fundamental behavioural issues" in its World Class Programme.
Bellew to fight at Goodison Park
Britain's Tony Bellew will fight Ilunga Makubu at Everton's Goodison Park on 29 May for the vacant WBC cruiserweight title.
Leicester a breath of fresh air - Mata
Manchester United's Juan Mata says Leicester's Premier League title challenge is a "little bit of fresh air".
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VIDEO: What happened at Hillsborough?
How a crush at a FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest developed, leading to the deaths of 96 football fans.
Sport quiz of the week
It's BBC Sport and A Question of Sport's weekly quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world of sport in the past week?
Lawro's predictions v comedian Caton
BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on comedian and Brentford fan Nathan Caton in this week's Premier League predictions.

BBC Americas News

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