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BBC World News

EU referendum: Moody's cut UK's credit outlook to 'negative'
The UK has its credit rating outlook downgraded to "negative" by leading financial agency Moody's, as outgoing PM David Cameron faces pressure to speed up "divorce" talks with the EU.
Stock markets tumble after Leave vote
Wall Street and the FTSE 100 both fall sharply in a wild day of trading after the UK votes to leave the European Union.
US military 'to lift transgender ban'
The Pentagon will lift its ban on openly transgender service personnel next month, US officials say.
Venezuela opposition says petition to oust Maduro is validated
Venezuelan opposition leaders say they have validated enough signatures on a petition to move to the next stage in a process to remove President Maduro.
Twenty people die in West Virginia floods
At least 20 people die in devastating flooding in the US state of West Virginia, according to state officials.
Russia governor arrested over 'large bribe'
Russian investigators arrest a regional governor, saying they caught him red-handed taking a €400,000 (£325,000; $444,500) bribe in a Moscow restaurant.
Stonewall to become US gay rights monument - Obama
US President Barack Obama is to designate the first national monument to gay rights at the site of the iconic Stonewall Inn in New York.
Scotland independence vote 'highly likely'
Scotland's first minister says a second independence referendum is "highly likely" after the UK voted to leave the EU.
Donald Trump in Scotland: 'Brexit a great thing'
US presidential hopeful Donald Trump has said it is a "great thing" that the people of the UK have "taken back their country" in voting to leave the EU.
Brexit: Spain calls for joint control of Gibraltar
Spanish foreign minister says the "Spanish flag on the Rock" is "much closer than before" following massive Gibraltar vote to remain in the EU.
EU Brexit referendum: France's Calais seeks border deal changes
The mayor of Calais wants changes to a deal which allows Britain to carry out immigration checks on the French side of the English Channel, after a UK vote to leave the EU.
Wada suspends Rio laboratory just weeks before Olympics
Rio's anti-doping Laboratory is suspended by Wada just six weeks before the Brazilian city hosts the Olympic Games.
Brexit: How world reacted to Britain's EU referendum
As Britain votes to leave the European Union, political figures from around the world react to the news.
EU vote: David Cameron says UK 'needs fresh leadership'
Prime Minister David Cameron has said he will step down after the UK voted to Leave the European Union.
In one word: Brussels reacts to Brexit
We asked people in Brussels to sum up in just one word their thoughts about the UK's decision to leave the EU. .
Obama: 'Special relationship with UK will endure'
President Obama has said the special relationship between the US and the UK will continue after the UK's exit from the EU.
Donald Trump: 'Brexit is a good thing'
Donald Trump says the UK vote to leave the EU is "a good thing" as he lands in Scotland open his Turnberry golf resort.
View from BBC drone reveals China tornado damage
BBC drone footage shows the devastation in Jiangsu province, eastern China, following a tornado and hailstorm in which at least 98 people died.
California blaze 'most destructive I've ever seen'
Firefighter-shot footage shows the impact of the so-called Erskine blaze, which has torn across 11 miles of parched central California in just 13 hours.
What will the EU look like without UK?
It will take at least two years for the UK to leave the EU. But if the UK left today, what the EU look like without it?

Yahoo World News

Britain votes to leave EU, Cameron quits, markets rocked

A woman holds a sign in Westminster, in central LondonBy Guy Faulconbridge and Kate Holton LONDON (Reuters) - Britain has voted to leave the European Union, forcing the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron and dealing the biggest blow since World War Two to the European project of forging greater unity. Global stock markets plunged on Friday, and the British pound saw its biggest one day drop in history, as results from a referendum defied bookmakers' odds to show a 52-48 percent victory for the campaign to leave the bloc Britain joined more than 40 years ago. The United Kingdom itself could now break apart, with the leader of Scotland, where nearly two-thirds of voters wanted to stay in the EU, saying a new referendum on independence from the rest of Britain was "highly likely".



Nexit, Frexit or Italeave? British vote fires up EU's 'Outers'

Dutch far-right Party for Freedom leader Wilders answers questions during a Reuters interview in BudapestBy Dominic Evans and Marton Dunai LONDON/BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Britain's vote to leave the European Union fired up populist eurosceptic parties across the continent on Friday, giving fresh voice to their calls to leave the bloc or its euro currency. Right-wing and anti-immigrant parties in the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden and France demanded referendums on membership of the union, while Italy's 5-Star movement said it would pursue its own proposal for a vote on the euro. Geert Wilders, leader of the Dutch anti-immigrant PVV party, said he would make a Dutch referendum on EU membership a central theme of his campaign to become prime minister in next year's parliamentary election.



New Scotland independence referendum 'highly likely': Sturgeon

A still image from video show Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon speaking following the result of the EU referendum, in Edinburgh, ScotlandBy Elisabeth O'Leary EDINBURGH (Reuters) - A second Scottish independence referendum is "highly likely", First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Friday, raising the prospect that the United Kingdom could tear itself apart after voting to leave the European Union. Scotland, a nation of five million people, voted decisively to stay in the EU by 62 to 38 percent in a referendum on Thursday, putting it at odds with the United Kingdom as a whole, which voted 52-48 in favor of an exit from the EU, or Brexit. "As things stand, Scotland faces the prospect of being taken out of the EU against her will.



China says has stopped communication mechanism with Taiwan
The Chinese government said on Saturday it had stopped a communication mechanism with Taiwan because of the refusal of the self-ruled island's new government to recognize the "one China" principle, in the latest show of tension between the two. China, which regards Taiwan as wayward province, is deeply suspicious of Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen, who took office last month, as they suspect she will push for formal independence. Tsai, who heads the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, says she wants to maintain the status quo with China and is committed to ensuring peace.
EU's Tusk says 27 EU leaders determined to keep unity after Brexit

EU Council President Tusk briefs the media after Britain voted to leave the bloc in BrusselsEuropean Union leaders are determined to keep the unity of the EU after Britain voted to leave the 28-nation bloc, the chairman of the leaders Donald Tusk said on Friday, noting the EU had been prepared for such an outcome. "What doesn't kill you, makes you stronger," Tusk told reporters in a statement. Tusk said there was no way to predict all the political consequences of the vote, especially for Britain, but that it is not a moment for "hysterical reactions." "Today, on behalf of the 27 leaders I can say that we are determined to keep our unity as 27," Tusk said.



Three Mexican federal police gunned down in market
Three Mexican federal police agents were gunned down in the violence-torn southwestern state of Guerrero on Friday as they ate in a market, according to a security official. The three agents, dressed in civilian clothes, were surprised a group of armed men in the city of Chilapa, a federal police agent told Reuters. Federal police are one of the main security forces, next to the military, fighting drug gangs.
Two killed, 100 homes destroyed by fast-moving California wildfire

Flames from the Erskine Fire engulf a home near WeldonBy Noah Berger LAKE ISABELLA, Calif. (Reuters) - A massive California wildfire that has already killed two people and destroyed 100 structures was burning out of control on Friday evening as officials said it was possible more victims could be found in the rubble. The so-called Erskine Fire, which broke out on Thursday afternoon in the foothills of Kern County about 42 miles (68 km) northeast of Bakersfield, had mushroomed on Friday to char more than 30,000 acres (12,140 hectares), making it one of the worst in an already intense California fire season. The blaze has also sent three firefighters to the hospital for smoke inhalation and forced hundreds of residents to flee their homes ahead of the flames.



Simone Biles on top again at US gymnastics championships

Simone Biles competes on the balance beam during the U.S. women's gymnastics championships, Friday, June 24, 2016, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)ST. LOUIS (AP) — When U.S. women's national team coordinator Martha Karolyi met with Simone Biles to map out the three-time world gymnastics champion's schedule, one designed to keep Biles fresh heading into the Olympics, it was the equivalent of pulling up to an intersection in a Ferrari and letting it idle when the light turned green.



Toronto select American Matthews first in NHL entry draft

The Toronto Maple Leafs select teenage phenom Auston Matthews first overall in the NHL draft, making him the first American to go No. 1 since 2007The Toronto Maple Leafs selected Arizona teenager Auston Matthews with the No. 1 pick in the National Hockey League draft as a record 12 Americans were chosen in the first round. Matthews was considered to be the consensus first overall pick heading into the entry draft, and he goes to a team that desperately needs a goal-scorer and a leader as the Leafs are suffering through one of the longest Stanley Cup droughts in the league. Especially going to the storied franchise like the Toronto Maple Leafs," he on Friday said of the Leafs, who are also one of the original six NHL franchises.



Top Asian News 4:26 a.m. GMT
BEIJING (AP) — China has issued new regulations demanding search engines clearly identify paid search results, months after a terminally-ill cancer patient complained that he was misled by the giant search engine Baidu. The Cyberspace Administration of China on Saturday announced the new regulations, which also ban search engines from showing subversive content and obscene information. Such prohibitions have been long in place. It is the first time China explicitly regulates paid search results. The administration says search engines must review the qualifications of paying clients, clearly identify paid results, and limit the number of paid results on a web page.
Samoa beats Tonga 30-10 in Pacific Nations Cup
APIA, Samoa (AP) — Samoa made an explosive beginning but faded and needed a late, breakaway try to quell a second half comeback and beat Tonga 30-10 on Saturday in the last match of the Pacific Nations Cup.
Brexit, a sign of anti-elite revolt: analysts

Rural areas with high numbers of migrant workers, former industrial hubs and poor areas around cities, those without a university education and older voters were all among the 53.4 percent who voted BrexitIt was Britain's poorer and less-educated citizens -- angry at not having shared in the economic benefits of a new world order -- who pushed it out of the European Union, in a vote that threatens elites, analysts say. "I see the same pattern everywhere I look," said William Galston, a senior fellow at the US-based Brookings Institution. Galston said this was the same demographic backing controversial Republican candidate Trump in the US, as well as eurosceptic and far-right parties enjoying a rise in support across Europe.



Arizona-born Matthews goes 1st in NHL draft; Finns follow

Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Lou Lamoriello, center, helps first overall pick Auston Matthews who puts on his sweater at the NHL draft in Buffalo, N.Y., Friday June 24, 2016. (Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press via AP) MANDATORY CREDITBUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — On the heels of the NHL expanding into Las Vegas, the Toronto Maple Leafs pinned their future on Arizona-born center Auston Matthews with the first pick in the NHL draft.



A year after Taiwan water park explosion, recovery continues

FILE - In this photo taken Wednesday Dec. 2, 2015 Alex Haas plays with his dog Charlie at his home in Mont Vernon, N.H. A year ago and far away from his hometown in New Hampshire, Haas was fighting for his life after suffering burns to over 90 percent of his body at a water park party in Taiwan.(AP Photo/Jim Cole/FILE)MONT VERNON, N.H. (AP) — A year ago and far away from his hometown in New Hampshire, Alex Haas was fighting for his life after suffering burns to over 90 percent of his body at a water park party in Taiwan.



A look at what's next in the Colombian peace process
A cease-fire and disarmament agreement between Colombia's government and the country's biggest leftist rebel group has put the South American nation on the threshold of ending a five-decade war. Here are some of the remaining hurdles:
Eurosceptic English resort hopes for sunny future post-Brexit

Nostalgia for the domestic beach tourism heyday of the 1940s-1980s is palpable in the small resort of Clacton-on-Sea, the unlikely epicentre of a eurosceptic wave that peaked with Britain's stunning decision to pull out of the EUWith its deserted casinos, ice-cream parlours and seagulls circling above a lofty Victorian pier, the English seaside town of Clacton-on-Sea is like a postcard for the Britain of yesteryear. Nostalgia for the domestic beach tourism heyday of the 1940s-1980s is palpable in this small Essex resort, the unlikely epicentre of a eurosceptic wave that peaked on Thursday with Britain's stunning decision to pull out of the EU. Clacton's local area, a bastion of the UK Independence Party of top anti-EU campaigner Nigel Farage, voted 69.5 percent to 30.5 percent in favour of leaving the union.



Red Wings trade Russia-bound Datsyuk's contract to Coyotes
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The Detroit Red Wings gained salary-cap relief by trading veteran star Pavel Datsyuk's contract to the Arizona Coyotes on Friday night at the NHL draft.
Radical change or safety first? Spain wavers before vote

Leader of the Popular Party and Spain's caretaker Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, argues he has reduced unemployment from a peak of 26.9 percent in early 2013, but critics say jobs created are mainly unstable and temporaryIt's a different story more than 600 kilometres (370 miles) north in the affluent town of Paracuellos de Jarama, where many are veering to the right in fear of the arrival of what some dub the "communists", referring to the Unidos Podemos coalition. Across the nation, the second general election in six months is pitting voters hungry for change in a country with sky-high unemployment against those who fear this change would worsen the situation for Spain, which was on the brink of collapse just a few years ago. This upheaval meant that the last elections in December resulted in a hung parliament, after which parties failed to agree on a coalition, prompting Sunday's repeat vote.



Spain struggles to reduce unemployment, debt despite growth

Unemployment is one of the hot-button issues of the elections, with Spain the second worst off in the European Union after GreeceSpain, which goes to the polls on Sunday in a repeat general election, is the eurozone's fourth largest economy and one of the fastest-growing nations in Western Europe, although it suffers from high unemployment and debt. Spain's gross domestic product (GDP) expanded by 3.2 percent in 2015 and growth has remained steady this year despite a political stalemate that has left the country without a government since inconclusive December elections. Acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's conservative government predicts the economy will expand by 2.7 percent this year, then slow to 2.4 percent in 2017.



Two men killed in Marseille shooting

Police officers investigate a crime scene after two men were shot dead in Marseille, southern FranceTwo men were killed with a Kalashnikov assault rifle and a 14-year-old girl seriously wounded in a shooting early Saturday in the southern French city of Marseille, Police Commissioner Laurent Nunez told AFP.



BBC Sports News

Wales & Northern Ireland ready for 'pressure & tension'
Wales and Northern Ireland bid for their first European Championship quarter-final when they meet in Saturday's last-16 tie.
England thrash Sri Lanka by 10 wickets - report & highlights
Alex Hales and Jason Roy both score centuries as England sweep aside Sri Lanka to win the second ODI by 10 wickets.
Konta loses Eastbourne semi to Pliskova - report & highlights
Britain's Johanna Konta falls short of her first WTA final as she loses 6-7 (3-7) 6-3 6-3 to Karolina Pliskova at Eastbourne.
Tyson Fury postpones Wladimir Klitschko rematch due to injury
World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury postpones his rematch with Wladimir Klitschko after injuring an ankle.
Wages, transfers & the Premier League brand - Brexit's football fallout
British football clubs could find recruitment more difficult after the UK's decision to leave the European Union, an expert warns.
Cavendish 'wants gold, not a tracksuit' in Rio
Mark Cavendish says he is not going to the Olympics "to collect kit" after making Britain's 26-strong track and road team for Rio.
Euro 2016: Who made your best XI of the group stage?
McGovern? Bonucci? Bale? We asked you to pick your best XI of the group stage - and here are the results.
Warrington reach Challenge Cup semis - report & highlights
Warrington join Wakefield in the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup after a narrow win over local rivals Widnes Vikings.
Anthony Joshua v Dominic Breazeale: Briton not nervous ahead of 'real tough fight'
Anthony Joshua says he is treating his IBF world heavyweight fight with Dominic Breazeale on Saturday as "just another fight".
Katie Archibald: Great Britain pursuit team can win Olympic gold in Rio
Scottish rider Katie Archibald believes the women's team pursuit quartet can defend their Olympic title in Rio.
Australia v England: Eddie Jones hits out at 'smart guy' predictions
England coach Eddie Jones says the "smart guys" who predicted a 3-0 defeat for his side by Australia are now "not so smart".
British world 775 Willis qualifies for Wimbledon
Britain's Marcus Willis, the world number 775, qualifies for the main draw at Wimbledon after beating Daniil Medvedev.
Wada suspends Rio laboratory just weeks before Olympics
Rio's anti-doping Laboratory is suspended by Wada just six weeks before the Brazilian city hosts the Olympic Games.
Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez and Liam Smith to fight in America
WBO light-middleweight champion Liam Smith will face WBC middleweight title holder Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez in America in 17 September
Wales can avoid New Zealand pitfalls - Williams
Former flanker Martyn Williams hopes Wales can avoid the pitfalls of their two previous defeats by New Zealand in the third Test.
South Africa's Grace out of Olympics due to Zika fears
South Africa's Branden Grace joins Rory McIlroy in pulling out of this summer's Olympic Games because of fears around the Zika virus
Japan v Scotland: We need calm heads - Josh Strauss
Scotland must 'not be too fancy' in their approach to Saturday's second Test against Japan in Tokyo, says Josh Strauss.
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BBC Sport online and Twitter votes: Terms and conditions
Terms and conditions for taking part in votes via BBC Sport online or Twitter.
England v Sri Lanka: Alex Hales & Jason Roy share record opening stand in win
Alex Hales and Jason Roy share an England ODI record opening partnership of 256 to steer England to a crushing victory against Sri Lanka.

BBC Americas News

Twenty people die in West Virginia floods
At least 20 people die in devastating flooding in the US state of West Virginia, according to state officials.
US military 'to lift transgender ban'
The Pentagon will lift its ban on openly transgender service personnel next month, US officials say.
Stonewall to become US gay rights monument - Obama
US President Barack Obama is to designate the first national monument to gay rights at the site of the iconic Stonewall Inn in New York.
US election: Sanders says he will vote for Clinton
US Senator Bernie Sanders says he will vote for his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in November's presidential election.
Donald Trump in Scotland: 'Brexit a great thing'
US presidential hopeful Donald Trump has said it is a "great thing" that the people of the UK have "taken back their country" in voting to leave the EU.
California wildfire forces hundreds to flee flames
A wildfire forces hundreds to flee their homes in central California, leaving two people dead and destroying at least 80 buildings.
Goldman drops campus interviews
Goldman Sachs is scrapping face-to-face interviews on university campuses in a bid to attract a wider range of talent.
Obama migrant plan fails to pass supreme court
A Supreme Court deadlock over Barack Obama’s plan to shield people living illegally is a major blow to the president and denies access to work permits to millions.
US Democrats end gun control sit-in
US Democrats end their sit-in protest over gun control after more than 24 hours occupying the floor of the House.
Led Zeppelin cleared of plagiarism in Stairway case
Led Zeppelin did not plagiarise the opening chords of the rock epic Stairway to Heaven from the US band Spirit, a jury in Los Angeles finds.
Brexit fall-out
This is not the decision the Obama administration had hoped for. It also wasn't the result the president had helped campaign for.
The heroin vigilante
After a Pennsylvania man was stopped and arrested with a cache of weapons in New York's Holland Tunnel, a complicated story about the ravages of heroin in a small town emerged.
In quotes
A look at some of the UK issues Donald Trump has spoken about as the US billionaire presidential hopeful visits Britain.
Cash crop
The number of businesses in the cannabis industry in the US is growing but the legal grey zone the sector falls into can make finding funding tough.
Wooing the vote
Donald Trump's popularity with white America doesn't guarantee him the White House.
Volkswagen 'to pay $10bn' for US emissions scandal
Volkswagen agrees to pay $10.2bn (£6.9bn) to settle some claims in the US from its emissions cheating scandal, according to reports.
Macy's chief executive Terry Lundgren to step down
US department store giant Macy's announces that its chief executive Terry Lundgren will step down in 2017.
Blackberry loss widens to $670m
Blackberry reports a $670m (£450m) quarterly net loss, but the mobile phone company forecasts that its full-year results will beat expectations.
Life as a Muslim in today's Louisville
Muslims at a mosque in Muhammad Ali's hometown, Louisville, talk about what the boxer and convert to Islam meant to them.
Photos of Ali in Africa
From Muhammad Ali's most famous fight to his friendship with Nelson Mandela, photos that tell the story of the boxer's relationship with Africa.
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