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BBC World News

Family 'crushed' by Ferguson ruling
The family of Michael Brown, the black teenager shot dead by a policeman, say they are "crushed" by the decision not to charge Darren Wilson.
Ebola vaccine trial 'promising'
The first human trial of an experimental vaccine against Ebola suggests that it is safe and may help the immune system to combat the virus.
Thai elections 'could be delayed'
In an exclusive BBC interview, Thai Finance Minister Sommai Phasee says that democratic elections could be delayed by another 18 months.
US planes 'may use British carrier'
The Royal Navy wants to ask US squadrons to fly off its new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, because of delays to Britain’s new F35B fighters.
Egyptian youths jailed over protests
A court in Egypt sends 78 boys under the age of 18 to prison for taking part in protests in support of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Spain minister resigns over scandal
Health minister Ana Mato resigns amid a court investigation into a massive corruption scandal over illegal payments in Spain.
Oil price falls ahead of Opec meeting
The price of oil has fallen as Opec oil producers prepare for their meeting on Thursday and data shows crude stocks rose last week.
Google told to expand right to forget
EU data privacy regulators say Google must apply the right to have search results removed to its .com site as well as its European versions.
Jerusalem attacker wife loses rights
Israel revokes the residency rights of the widow of one of the two Palestinian men who killed five people at a synagogue in Jerusalem.
Nato fears Russian Black Sea control
Nato's top commander warns that Russia's increased military presence in the annexed region of Crimea could be used to control the Black Sea.
US police release boy shooting tapes
A 12-year-old shot and fatally wounded by police in the US city of Cleveland was told to show his hands three times before officers opened fire, say officials.
Spain to investigate gatecrash claims
A Spanish gatecrasher who talked his way into the coronation reception of King Felipe VI faces prosecution over claims he made in a TV interview.
VIDEO: Nun's Like a Virgin hit raises eyebrows
A nun who won Italy's version of The Voice singing contest has released an album, revealing some unusual song choices.
VIDEO: Obama pardons Thanksgiving turkeys
Barack Obama carries out the annual White House tradition of pardoning two turkeys, preventing them from becoming Thanksgiving dinner.
VIDEO: Sabah, Lebanese singing legend, dies
Lebanese singer and actress Sabah, one of the Arab world's best-known entertainers, has died aged 87.
VIDEO: One-minute World News
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
VIDEO: Can drones get water to stranded Joe?
In an annual challenge, teams attempt to deliver water using drones to a remote part of the Australian Outback.
VIDEO: 'I found rare Shakespeare Folio'
Librarian and Medieval literature expert Rémy Cordonnier tells the BBC about the moment he discovered a rare and valuable William Shakespeare First Folio.
VIDEO: Cat meat off the menu in Switzerland?
An animal rights group in Switzerland has started a campaign to try to outlaw the eating of cats and dogs.
VIDEO: Where now for HK protesters?
The removal of the Mong Kok activist camp by the authorities means protests in Hong Kong continue in just two sites.

Yahoo World News

Russian troops giving 'backbone' to Ukraine rebels: NATO commander

Pro-Russian separatists from the rebel Interior ministry attend an oath-taking ceremony in DonetskKIEV (Reuters) - Russian forces are still operating in eastern Ukraine, providing the backbone of separatist rebels fighting the Kiev government, NATO's top military commander said on Wednesday after talks with Ukrainian leaders. U.S. Air Force General Philip Breedlove, visiting Kiev as head of U.S. forces in Europe, said Russia's "militarization" of the Crimea peninsula it annexed from Ukraine in March meant Moscow could exert influence over almost the entire Black Sea region. ...



Special Report: How China's shadowy agency is working to absorb Taiwan

Pro-China activist Chang An-le answers a question during an interview with Reuters in TaipeiBy Yimou Lee and Faith Hung TAIPEI/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Ever since a civil war split the two sides more than 60 years ago, China has viewed Taiwan as a renegade province that needs to be absorbed into the mainland. To that end, the legion of Taiwanese businessmen working in China is a beachhead. They were there to toast the new head of a local Taiwan merchants’ association. An honored guest, senior Communist Party official Li Jiafan, stood to deliver congratulations and a message.



U.S. drone strike in Pakistan kills five suspected militants
By Javed Hussain PARICHINAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - A U.S. drone killed five suspected militants in northwest Pakistan on Wednesday, a militant and a government official said, as the intensity of air strikes grew as part of an anti-Taliban offensive by the Pakistani military. The drone strike hit a house in Datta Khel, near the Afghan border, which was used by militants, said a militant in the area. Those killed were Pakistani fighters, the militant said. ...
IAEA says needs more money to monitor extended Iran nuclear deal

Bushehr main nuclear reactorVIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. atomic agency will need more funds from member states to help pay for its monitoring of an extended interim nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers, it said on Wednesday. Iran and the United States, France, Germany, Britain, China, and Russia failed to meet a Nov. 24 deadline for resolving a 12-year-old dispute over Iran's nuclear program and gave themselves until the end of June for further negotiations. ...



Hong Kong riot police clear protest site, arrest student leaders

A riot police officer holds a baton as he confronts pro-democracy protesters in MongkokBy James Pomfret and Farah Master HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong police on Wednesday cleared one of the largest protest sites that have choked the city for months, arresting scores of pro-democracy activists in a blow to those hoping to wrest greater political freedom from authorities in Beijing. But thousands of mostly young demonstrators streamed back in the evening and clashed sporadically with police as they attempted to regain lost ground in the gritty Mong Kok district. ...



Venezuela to charge opposition leader over alleged plot to kill Maduro

Venezuela's opposition leader Machado gestures as she arrives at a court in CaracasCARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan opposition leader Maria Corina Machado will be charged next week with involvement in an alleged plot to kill President Nicolas Maduro, the state prosecutor's office said on Wednesday. Ruling Socialist Party leaders in May accused a group of opposition activists including Machado of planning Maduro's assassination to pave the way for a coup. Opposition critics dismissed the accusation as a charade based on forged documents. Machado, a former legislator and high-profile adversary of the government, helped spearhead three months of protests earlier this year. ...



Top Asian News at 2:00 a.m. GMT
HONG KONG (AP) — Police arrested key student leaders as they cleared the most volatile of Hong Kong's three pro-democracy protest camps on Wednesday, dealing a blow to the 2-month-old movement in the former British colony. On the second day of the operation, police in helmets swiftly removed metal barricades, tents, canopies and other obstructions in Mong Kok, a crowded, blue-collar neighborhood that has been the flash point of earlier clashes.
Spurs' Popovich undergoes medical procedure
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Spurs coach Gregg Popovich will miss Wednesday night's game against the Indiana Pacers after undergoing what the team is calling a minor medical procedure.
One Direction dethrones Swift to top US music charts

British boy band One Direction, seen onstage during the American Music Awards, at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles, California, on November 23, 2014New York (AFP) - One Direction has dethroned Taylor Swift to top US album sales charts, but the British boy band's debut was far less spectacular, figures showed.



Bulgaria charges radical imam with supporting Islamic State

Ahmed Mussa sits inside a court as 12 Bulgarian men, most of them Muslim prayer leaders, and one woman are charged for preaching radical Islam, in PazardzhikBy Angel Krasimirov SOFIA (Reuters) - A Bulgarian imam and six others detained during a special operation by security forces earlier this week have been charged with supporting the ultra-radical militant group Islamic State, Bulgarian prosecutors said on Wednesday. Charges against Muslim prayer leader Ahmed Mussa, five men and one woman include propagating an anti-democratic ideology and incitement to war, both verbally and with videos and images, Deputy Chief Prosecutor Borislav Sarafov said. ...



Group reports uptick in Haiti cholera patients
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haiti's health system still does not have the capacity to adequately treat cholera patients and there has been an uptick in cases in the country's capital, an official with the international medical group Doctors Without Borders said Wednesday.
Defending champ McIlroy shoots opening 2-under 69
SYDNEY (AP) — Rory McIlroy's defense of his Australian Open title began with a 2-under 69 on a cool, overcast and often drizzly morning at The Australian Golf Club.
East Coast storm hampers Thanksgiving travel

Cars make their way through the Washington bridge in New YorkBy Laila Kearney NEW YORK (Reuters) - A blast of rain and snow along the East Coast snarled traffic and disrupted flights for millions of Americans at the start of the long Thanksgiving weekend, traditionally the busiest time of the year for U.S. travel. The nor'easter that formed over the Gulf of Mexico brought rain to cities including New York and Boston. Higher elevations in New England will see about a foot of snow, National Weather Service meteorologist Andrew Orrison said on Wednesday. "Either way, travel is not going to be in a good state," Orrison said. ...



Proud Wenger hits back at critics

Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez (R) fights for the ball with Dortmund's Lukasz Piszczek during their UEFA Champions League Group D match, at the Emirates Stadium in north London, on November 26, 2014London (AFP) - Arsene Wenger celebrated Arsenal's progress to the last 16 of the Champions League by taking a swipe at the critics inside and outside the Emirates Stadium.



Venezuela charges Maduro foe in alleged plot

FILE - In this Feb. 26, 2014, file photo, opposition leader and Congresswoman Maria Corina Machado holds a Venezuelan flag during a women's protest outside the Bolivarian National Guard headquarters in Caracas, Venezuela. The outspoken leader of Venezuela’s opposition is being charged, Nov. 26, 2014, in what the government alleges was a U.S.-backed plot to assassinate President Nicolas Maduro. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano,File)CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — An outspoken leader of Venezuela's opposition is being charged in what the government alleges was a U.S.-backed plot to assassinate President Nicolas Maduro.



Taiwan vote tests waters for pro-China government ahead of presidential polls

Sean Lien, the Nationalist Party's (KMT) Taipei mayoral candidate, greets supporters in a traditional market ahead of local elections in TaipeiBy J.R. Wu TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan goes to the polls on Saturday to choose city mayors and local councillors in a vote that will show how much support the ruling Kuomintang (KMT) has lost with its pro-China stance less than two years before a presidential election. The election will be the first chance for the island, which giant neighbor China views as a breakaway province, to make its views known since March when thousands of young people occupied parliament in an unprecedented protest against a planned trade pact calling for closer ties with Beijing. ...



Puerto Rico threatened with transit shutdown in political spat
By Edward Krudy (Reuters) - Puerto Rico's public transit system will shut down on Monday if lawmakers do not increase a tax on oil, the U.S. commonwealth's Government Development Bank said, accusing politicians of taking an "irresponsible" gamble on the island's economy. The possible shutdown of Puerto Rico's buses and commuter train services, affecting 75,000 commuters, would be a major escalation of the island's debt crisis and would threaten its fragile economy. ...
Notorious gangster known as Britain's most violent dies

Infamous London gangster known as "Mad" Frankie Fraser dies in a hospital at the age of 90, a former associate saysLondon (AFP) - An infamous London gangster known as "Mad" Frankie Fraser has died in a hospital at the age of 90, a former associate said on Wednesday.



Affidavit: US man kept Syria travel plot secret
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — An 18-year-old man accused of trying to travel to Syria to join fighters with the Islamic State group left a few inadvertent clues on Facebook, but was able to hide weeks of planning from his parents, according to recently unsealed court documents.
UK mulls criminal probe into FIFA bids case
LONDON (AP) — A criminal investigation into allegations of World Cup bidding corruption could be opened in Britain, with authorities urging whistleblowers to come forward with information.

BBC Sports News

Ludogorets Razgrad 2-2 Liverpool
Liverpool are a win away from reaching the Champions League last 16, despite conceding a late equaliser at Ludogorets.
England beaten despite Moeen century

Champions League: Who needs what?

Arsenal 2-0 Borussia Dortmund
Yaya Sanogo scores his first Arsenal goal as they beat Borussia Dortmund to reach the Champions League knockout stage.
Chris Eubank: Like father, like son?
The connection between Chris Eubank and his son is sweet to behold, but can Eubank Jr step into the spotlight his father so relished?
Tennis star Andy Murray gets engaged
Tennis star Andy Murray has got engaged to his long-term girlfriend Kim Sears, his agent has confirmed.
Cricketer Hughes 'remains critical'
Australia batsman Phil Hughes remains in a critical condition after being struck on the head by a ball in a match.
Selby through to UK second round
World champion Mark Selby eases into the second round of the UK Championship with victory over amateur Oliver Brown.
'Kitchen' insult official removed
Northumberland County Football Association removes John Cummings as its vice-president after he insulted a female referee.
Arsenal's Arteta faces long lay-off
Midfielder Mikel Arteta is Arsenal's latest injury problem after their Champions League win over Borussia Dortmund.
Everton and West Ham charged by FA
Everton and West Ham are charged by the Football Association after an incident in their Premier League game.
Poulter keen on Ryder Cup captaincy

Murray reshuffles coaching team
Andy Murray retains Amelie Mauresmo as coach, but assistant Daniel Vallverdu and fitness coach Jez Green depart.
Brit Whiley beats Kamiji in Masters
Britain's Jordanne Whiley beats world number one Yui Kamiji in straight sets at the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Singles Masters.
Fifth doping case at Nibali's Astana
Artur Fedosseyev is the fifth man from Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali's Astana squad to fail a test since August.
DeGale fight does not excite Froch
World super-middleweight champion Carl Froch says he "would not get out of bed" to defend his IBF title against James DeGale.
Peaty 'disturbed' by Yang drug ban
World record holder Adam Peaty says a three-month doping ban for Olympic champion Sun Yang is too short.
Daly banned after abusing referee
Wasps centre Elliot Daly receives a three-week ban for verbally abusing a referee during his side's defeat by Exeter.
Defeat by Australia 'would be tough'
England captain Chris Robshaw says their match against Australia has taken on "huge" importance after recent defeats.
Scots women face Finland showdown
Scotland's women must defeat Finland to make the medals play-offs at the European Curling Championships.

BBC Americas News

Family 'crushed' by Ferguson ruling
The family of Michael Brown, the black teenager shot dead by a policeman, say they are "crushed" by the decision not to charge Darren Wilson.
Snow snarls up Thanksgiving getaway
Harsh weather along the US east coast has disrupted one of the busiest travel days ahead of the country's Thanksgiving holiday.
US police release boy shooting tapes
A 12-year-old shot and fatally wounded by police in the US city of Cleveland was told to show his hands three times before officers opened fire, say officials.
Sex assault charge for radio host
Former Canadian Broadcasting Corporation presenter Jian Ghomeshi has been arrested and charged with sexual assault, Toronto police say.
Five children die in US house fire
Five children have died after a fire destroyed a mobile home in a small town in southern Texas, local media report.
Ex-Washington Mayor Marion Barry dies
Marion Barry, ex-Washington DC mayor who won re-election after a drug arrest, dies at 78.
Sony to pay Vita owners after bad ad
Sony agrees to reimburse some owners of the PlayStation Vita after being accused of making false claims about its features.
More Bill Cosby shows cancelled in US
Two more Bill Cosby shows are axed as the veteran comedian continues to face allegations of sexual assault.
US university gets Marquez archive
The University of Texas acquires the archives of Nobel prize-winning late Colombian writer, Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
US defence secretary to step down
Chuck Hagel has resigned as US defence secretary after less than two years in the post, following a series of meetings with President Barack Obama.
Obama praise for 'President Clinton'
Hillary Clinton would be a "great president" if she decided to run for the White House in 2016, President Barack Obama says.
AUDIO: Horned dinosaur species identified
A new species of horned dinosaur has been identified from fossils held in a Canadian museum for 75 years.
VIDEO: In search of the American Dream
1954 saw the closure of Ellis Island. Isabel Belarsky passed through the American mass immigration centre.
VIDEO: Mobile showers for the homeless
A new initiative in San Francisco offers the city's homeless population mobile showers and toilets in a converted bus.
VIDEO: Obama: 'This is an American problem'
The decision of a grand jury not to indict a police officer following the fatal shooting of an unarmed teenager sparked widespread unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, on Monday night.
VIDEO: US police kill boy carrying fake gun
A 12-year-old boy has died after being shot by police in the US city of Cleveland, while carrying what turned out to be a replica gun.
VIDEO: Can live events save TV ratings?
For programme makers it is becoming increasingly difficult to generate big ratings on TV but the solution may lie in live television, especially in America, as Tom Brook reports
VIDEO: Ferguson decision: A timeline of events
Protesters and police in Ferguson are all part of a tense waiting game, wondering if a police officer will be indicted for the death of Michael Brown. A look at the events that lead to these circumstances
VIDEO: Ferguson protests inspire local artist
Artist Howard Barry explains how the mass demonstrations in the aftermath of the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson inspired him.
Did prosecutors focus unduly on marijuana?
Details emerge of the lengthy testimony during grand jury hearings about Michael Brown's marijuana use before he was shot by Darren Wilson. Did prosecutors put the drug on trial?
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