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BBC World News

Deadly violence in Gaza and Israel
Gaza and southern Israel see an upsurge in violence despite a plea by the UN secretary general for a cessation of hostilities.
MH17 jet 'downed by shrapnel'
Security officials in Ukraine say the Malaysia Airlines jet downed in eastern Ukraine suffered an explosive loss of pressure caused by missile shrapnel.
Tripoli fuel fire 'out of control'
A second fuel tank at Libya's biggest fuel storage facility is in flames as the government requests international assistance to contain the huge blaze.
Russia to appeal $50bn Yukos payout
Russia will appeal a court decision ordering it to pay the biggest compensation package to date, amounting to $50bn (£29.5bn) in damages.
AH5017 pilots 'asked to turn back'
French foreign minister reveals that the pilots of Air Algerie flight AH5017 requested to return to Burkina Faso after hitting bad weather.
Ferry students 'floated from cabins'
Students who survived South Korea's ferry disaster describe how they floated out of flooded cabins, as the trial of the crew continues.
Russia offers $110,000 Tor bounty
Russia offers 3.9m roubles ($110,000; £65,000) in a contest for ways to crack the identities of users of the Tor network.
Emirates to stop flying over Iraq
Emirates Airline will stop flying over Iraq to protect its passengers from the threat of Islamic militants on the ground, according to reports.
Nigerian state bans cars during Eid
Vehicles in Nigeria's north-eastern Borno state are banned for three days during Eid festivities because of fears of a Boko Haram attack.
Liberia shuts borders to curb Ebola
Most border crossings in Liberia are closed and communities hit by an Ebola outbreak face quarantine to stop the virus spreading.
Beauty spots still at fracking 'risk'
Government guidance that fracking licences can only be issued for beauty spots in "exceptional circumstances" receives a mixed response from campaigners.
Burma Top Gear breached Ofcom rules
Top Gear's Burma special in which Jeremy Clarkson used a racial term broke broadcasting guidelines, Ofcom rules.
VIDEO: Dog friendly buses in Hong Kong
A new bus service has been launched in Hong Kong for pet lovers.
VIDEO: One-minute World News
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
VIDEO: Quick-thinking mother saves baby
A woman and her baby had a lucky escape, when they narrowly avoided being involved in a car accident in San Francisco.
VIDEO: Syria's ancient heritage under fire
UNESCO has established an observatory in Lebanon aimed at preventing Syria's artefacts being smuggled into neighbouring countries.
VIDEO: The wine collection with a Nazi past
In a Moldovan vineyard cellar lies a collection of wine confiscated from Hermann Goering.
VIDEO: War nightmares of Syrian children
Millions of Syrian children are caught up in the conflict
VIDEO: Peru to auction ex-spy chief jewels
The Peruvian government is to sell dozens of gold watches and diamond-encrusted cufflinks seized from disgraced ex-spy chief Vladimiro Montesinos.
VIDEO: What price for free wi-fi?
How businesses hope to learn more about us by offering free wi-fi.

Yahoo World News

Gaza fighting flares, UN, Israel debate truce
By Nidal al-Mughrabi and Dan Williams GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Palestinian fighters slipped into an Israeli village from the Gaza Strip and fought a gun battle with troops on Monday as an unofficial truce called for the Muslim Eid al-Fitr festival disintegrated. The clash, in which Israeli television said five gunmen were killed and the Islamist Hamas movement said it had killed 10 Israeli soldiers, appeared to wreck international hopes of turning a brief lull in fighting into a longer-term ceasefire. After the infiltration at Nahal Oz, a kibbutz collective village due east of Gaza City, the Israeli army warned thousands of Palestinians to flee their homes in areas around Gaza City. As night fell over Gaza, army flares illuminated the sky and the sound of intense shelling could be heard.
Ukraine claims more territory as fight intensifies with rebels

Armed pro-Russian separatists stand guard on the suburbs of ShakhtarskBy Gabriela Baczynska and Aleksandar Vasovic KIEV/DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) - Ukraine said on Monday its troops had wrested more territory from pro-Russian rebels, advancing towards the site where Malaysian flight MH17 was brought down, which international investigators said they could not reach because of the fighting. Troops recaptured two rebel-held towns near the crash site and were trying to take the village of Snezhnoye, near where Kiev and Washington say rebels fired the surface-to-air missile that shot down the airliner with loss of all 298 on board, Ukrainian officials said. Analysis of black box flight recorders from the airliner showed it was destroyed by shrapnel from a missile blast which caused a "massive explosive decompression", a Ukrainian official said on Monday.

Huge blaze out of control in Tripoli battle as Libya slides into chaos

A damaged building is pictured after clashes between rival militias, in an area at Alswani road in TripoliBy Patrick Markey and Aziz El Yaakoubi TRIPOLI (Reuters) - A huge fuel depot in Libya's capital burned out of control on Monday, set ablaze in fighting between rival militias that has driven the country to chaos three years after the NATO-backed revolt that toppled Muammar Gaddafi. Combat over control of the nearby airport forced firefighters to withdraw, abandoning their attempts to extinguish the blaze ignited by a missile strike that hit millions of litres of fuel. Western countries have urged their nationals to leave, shut their embassies and pulled diplomats out, after two weeks of clashes among rival factions of former rebels killed nearly 160 people in Tripoli and the eastern city of Benghazi. The Netherlands, the Philippines and Austria on Monday prepared to evacuate diplomatic staff.

Police find 15 corpses in Baghdad in bloody start to Muslim Eid holiday

An armed Iraqi policeman stands guard outside a Sunni mosque during Eid al-Fitr prayers in BaghdadBy Michael Georgy BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi police on Monday found the corpses of 15 people, including three women shot in the head in militia-style killings, a bloody start to the holiday marking the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, security sources said. Fears have been growing of a relapse to the dark days of sectarian civil war which peaked in 2006-2007 since Sunni militants seized large swathes of the north last month, building on gains by comrades made in the west of Iraq. Iraq's U.S.-trained and funded army unraveled in the face of the lighting advance, and Shi'ite militias now rival government forces in their ability to confront the group formerly known as the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant. Baghdad's morgues are filling up once again with victims of sectarian slayings, kidnappings are on the rise and the bloodshed is forcing families to flee abroad or move to neighbourhoods where they feel less threatened.

Female bombers target Nigeria trade show, petrol station, three dead

FILE: Police officers inspect a passenger bus following an explosion at a bus station in Kano on July 24, 2014.Two female suicide bombers blew themselves up at a trade show and a petrol station in northern Nigeria's biggest city of Kano on Monday, killing one other person and injuring at least six others, police and a military source said. The other suicide bomber at the petrol station killed herself and another person, the military source said, without giving further details of that blast. They were the latest bomb attacks to hit Kano, the commercial hub of mainly Muslim northern Nigeria, in 24 hours. Also on Sunday, a female suicide bomber killed herself while trying to target police officers.

U.S., Afghanistan fail to track U.S.-supplied small arms: watchdog
The U.S. government has failed to effectively track many of the more than 465,000 light weapons it has supplied to Afghanistan's army and police, creating the risk that machine guns and other small arms could fall into insurgent hands, a U.S. watchdog said on Monday. A report from the office of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), an independent U.S. government watchdog, found that multiple databases maintained by the U.S. government often had missing or duplicate information about weapons provided to Afghan forces. SIGAR said its investigation into weapons oversight found even more serious problems in the Afghan government's system for keeping track of small arms once it receives them. Afghanistan is expected to reduce the size of its police and army from about 335,000 today to around 228,000 by 2017.
Total sells S.African coal assets to Exxaro for $472mn

Headquarters of French oil giant group Total at La Defense business district in Paris, September 04, 2013French oil giant Total on Monday said it had inked a deal to sell its South African coal assets to mining company Exxaro Resources for $472 million (350 million euros). Exxaro is South Africa's second-largest coal producer, with seven coal mines that produce about 40 million tonnes annually. Last year Total Coal South Africa (TCSA) sold some 4.5 million tonnes of thermal coal, mainly to Asian markets, making it the fifth-largest producer in the country. "This sale is part of the group's 2012-14 asset sale program and is in line with Total's objectives to focus on its core activities," the president of Total's gas and power division, Philippe Sauquet, said in a statement.

Beijing, Chicago architects to design Lucas Museum
CHICAGO (AP) — Architects from Beijing and Chicago will design George Lucas' new museum to be built along Chicago's lakefront.
Pilots of Air Algerie jet asked to turn back: France

A French flag flies half-mast at the Elysee Palace in Paris on July 28, 2014. France on July 26 said flags on every public building would fly at half-mast for three days from July 28 to mourn the Air Algerie crash in MaliFrance said Monday the pilots of the Air Algerie passenger plane that crashed in Mali, killing all 118 people on board, had asked to turn back in a new development to a complex probe into the tragedy. "What we know for sure is that the weather was bad that night, that the plane crew had asked to change route then to turn back before all contact was lost," Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius told reporters in his latest briefing about last week's disaster. Speaking hours after the black box flight recorders of the McDonnell Douglas 83 jet arrived in Paris from Mali to help investigators, Fabius said air crash experts currently on the remote desert site of the accident were working in "extremely difficult conditions". More than 20 French experts from the country's Bureau of Investigations and Analyses (BEA), which probes air accidents, as well as specialist police forces were on site in Mali's barren Gossi area where the plane came down, he said.

Israel must be ready for long Gaza campaign: Netanyahu

An Israeli soldier adjusts the cannon of a Merkava tank positioned along the border between Israel and the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip on July 28, 2014Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday Israelis must be ready for a long military campaign in Gaza, after mortar fire from the enclave killed four people in the Jewish state. "We must be prepared for a lengthy campaign," Netanyahu said in a speech broadcast live, soon after the news of the shelling of the Eshkol region that also reportedly wounded at least 12 people. "Israeli citizens cannot live with the threat from rockets and from death tunnels -- death from above and from below," he said. Israel began a major air campaign in Gaza on July 8 to wipe out rocket fire, expanding it with a ground operation on July 17 with the aim of destroying the tunnels.

UN takes aim at Islamist oil grab in Syria, Iraq

An image grab taken from a propaganda video released on March 17, 2014 by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)'s al-Furqan Media allegedly shows jihadists in the northern Syrian city of HomsThe UN Security Council on Monday backed a Russian initiative to bar trade in oil with Islamists in Iraq and Syria. The 15-nation Council warned in a joint statement that buying oil from groups such as the Islamic State and Jabhat Al-Nusra fighting in Iraq and Syria could lead to sanctions. Moscow's Ambassador Vitaly Churkin said he was pleased with the stance, saying it was a "reminder" from the top world body that "this amounts to a very serious transgression" of UN resolutions.

EU leaders, Obama agree Russia must face further sanctions
Britain, Italy, France, Germany and the United States agreed that Russia should face further sanctions over its role in the Ukraine crisis, the British government said in a statement on Monday following a phone call between the Western leaders. "The latest information from the region suggests that even since (Malaysia Airlines flight) MH17 was shot down, Russia continues to transfer weapons across the border and to provide practical support to the separatists," the statement, issued by Prime Minister David Cameron's office, said. "Leaders agreed that the international community should therefore impose further costs on Russia and specifically that ambassadors from across the EU should agree a strong package of sectoral sanctions as swiftly as possible." (Reporting by William James;
Gaza doctors save baby from her dead mother's womb

A Palestinian baby girl, Shayma Sheikh al-Eid, lies in an incubator at Nasser Hospital, two days after surgeons delivered her after her 23-year-old mother died, on July 27, 2014, in Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza StripWhen the doctors gently pulled the tiny newborn from her mother's womb in an emergency Caesarian section, the woman had already been dead for an hour. Twenty-three-year-old Shayma al-Sheikh Qanan was eight months pregnant when an Israeli tank shell hit her home in the central Gaza Strip town of Deir al-Balah, reducing it to rubble. Doctors performed an immediate Caesarian section and saved the baby, who was named after her late mother. For 43-year-old Mirfat Qanan, it was a tragedy to lose her daughter, but she was delighted at becoming a grandmother for the first time.

Kate, Wills add royal flair to Commonwealth Games

Britain's Prince William, right with his wife Kate Duchess of Cambridge applaud as they watch the early rounds of the men's and women's gymnastic competitions at the Commonwealth Games Glasgow 2014, in Glasgow, Scotland, Monday, July, 28, 2014. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — The second in line to the British throne visited the Commonwealth Games on Monday, and he brought along a few of his relatives.

Obama: World needs 'prosperous and self-reliant Africa'

US President Barack Obama speaks during a "town hall" meeting at the Summit of the Washington Fellowship for the Young African Leaders Initiative in Washington, DC on July 28, 2014US President Barack Obama warned Monday that the future stability of the world depends on African nations achieving prosperity and self-reliance, in an address to youth leaders from the continent. "The security and prosperity and justice that we seek in the world cannot be achieved without a strong and prosperous and self-reliant Africa," he said, kicking off a major African diplomatic push. Next week's meeting will bring around 50 African leaders to Washington -- almost all of them, with the exception of pariah figures like Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe and Sudan's Omar al-Bashir. He announced plans for the major summit in June last year during his first major tour of African countries -- South Africa, Senegal and Tunisia.

Correction: Tour de France story
PARIS (AP) — In a story July 27 about the Tour de France, The Associated Press reported erroneously the number of years it's been since cyclist Marco Pantani died. He died 10 years ago.
Defense: US suppressed evidence in Blackwater

This image obtained by the Associated Press, Defendants' Trial Exhibit DX2414, shows eight spent shell casings from the scene of the shootings of 14 Iraqui in Nisoor Square in Baghdad in 2007. The image has turned up at a crucial point in the trial of four Blackwater security guards. (AP Photo)WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawyers for Blackwater security guards said Monday that the government has suppressed evidence favorable to defendants who are on trial in the killings of 14 Iraqis in Nisoor Square in Baghdad.

ICC investigating Ali's Gaza wristbands

A wristband allegedly bearing the slogan "Save Palestine" is visible as England's Moeen Ali fields during play at The Ageas Bowl cricket ground in Southampton on July 28, 2014England cricketer Moeen Ali risked disciplinary action after the International Cricket Council (ICC) said they were "investigating" his decision to wear wristbands in support of Gaza during the third Test match against India on Monday. Ali wore wristbands that read "Save Gaza" and "Free Palestine", while batting during England's first innings at the Rose Bowl in Southampton.

Obama: Female oppression crippling parts of Africa

President Barack Obama arrives at a town hall during the Summit of the Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, Monday, July 28, 2014, in Washington. The President announced that the program will be renamed in honor of former South African President Nelson Mandela. The summit is the lead-up event to next week’s inaugural U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, the largest gathering any U.S. President has held with African heads of state. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama spoke out Monday against gender oppression in Africa that he said is "crippling" parts of the continent, urging young leaders there to empower women and eliminate traditions like female genital mutilation and violence against women.

3 female suicide bomber kill several in Nigeria
KANO, Nigeria (AP) — A woman blew herself up at a petrol station in northern Nigeria on Monday, killing three people in one of three suicide bombings by females in Kano in two days, police said.

BBC Sports News

Spurs close in on Southampton pair

Meet Judd and Williams - the next generation

Bell & Buttler put England on top
Ian Bell stars with a superb 167 as England take control of the third Test against India on day two, declaring on 569-7.
Carlin earns Wales freestyle gold
Wales claim their first Commonwealth Games swimming gold as Jazz Carlin eases to victory in the 800m freestyle.
Rosberg is leading Hamilton on merit, says Coulthard
Lewis Hamilton is a street fighter but Nico Rosberg can cope with the pressure of a title battle, says David Coulthard.
Arsenal sign £16m teenager Chambers

Gold medal record for Scotland
Scotland set a new national record of 12 Commonwealth Games gold medals midway through day five in Glasgow.
Man City & Italy racism claims probed
Fifa looks into claims a Manchester City player was racially abused in Croatia, and that an Italian official made racist comments.
Matthew beats Willstrop for gold
Nick Matthew beats fellow Englishman James Willstrop to retain his Commonwealth Games singles title, while Laura Massaro claims silver.
England win team table tennis silver
England's men take team silver in table tennis after losing to Singapore in a repeat of the Delhi final in 2010.
Glasgow 2014 day-by-day guide
Your essential guide to the must-see moments in the Commonwealth Games and a look at some of the biggest stars on show.
Everton sign Bosnia midfielder Besic
Everton sign Ferencvaros and Bosnia midfielder Muhamed Besic on a five-year contract for an undisclosed fee.
Mercedes will rethink orders - Wolff

Trott making good progress - Brown
Warwickshire's Dougie Brown says a return to England duty for batsman Jonathan Trott is not an immediate priority.
England claim badminton team silver
England are forced to settle for silver in the mixed team event after losing to Malaysia at the Emirates Arena.
Pietersen signs for Melbourne Stars
Former England captain Kevin Pietersen agrees a two-year deal to play Twenty20 cricket for the Melbourne Stars.
Countries face Rio 2016 cuts over doping
The International Paralympic Committee is considering anti-doping rules that would restrict countries' entries into Rio 2016.
QPR question Remy medical claims
QPR boss Harry Redknapp does not think Loic Remy's £8.5m move to Liverpool collapsed over a failed medical.
Toormore seeks Glorious Goodwood win
Glorious Goodwood starts on Tuesday with Toormore trying to get his career back on track in the Lennox Stakes.
Gault bows out as joint record holder
England shooter Mick Gault ends his Commonwealth Games career with 18 medals after missing out in the 50m air pistol.

BBC Americas News

Lightning kills man on US beach
One man is killed and several people are hurt following lightning strikes on crowded Venice Beach in Los Angeles, California.
US 'will send migrant youths home'
President Obama meets Central American leaders and says undocumented immigrant children without legal claims to be in the US will be sent home.
Ex-Virginia governor's trial opens
Jury selection begins in the corruption trial of ex-Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell, accused of accepting loans and lavish gifts from a supporter.
US evacuates Libya embassy staff
The US temporarily evacuates staff from its embassy in the Libyan capital following clashes between rival militias, the state department says.
American reporter held in Iran
An American reporter for the Washington Post, his wife and two other US journalists have been detained in Tehran, an Iranian official confirms.
US manhunt for tuberculosis patient
Authorities in California search for a fugitive homeless man who has refused treatment for tuberculosis and may be contagious.
Bird-plucking woman on Montreal train
The woman says she was simply excited about cooking a traditional Inuk dish.
'New virus' discovered in human gut
Scientists say they have stumbled upon a common virus that has never been described before.
Homeowner kills 'pregnant burglar'
Authorities in California are investigating whether to charge an elderly man who fatally shot a suspected female burglar who said she was pregnant.
Toronto to open with The Judge
The Judge, starring Robert Downey Jr and Robert Duvall, is announced as the opening film of the 2014 Toronto Film Festival.
Naked body art enlivens New York
A group of artists in New York paint a large group of nude models in public in a celebration of the human form.
Game of Thrones adds new characters
New additions for Game of Thrones series five are announced at Comic-Con event in San Diego.
VIDEO: 'Giant bolt' hits LA beach goers
One person has been killed and at least eight others taken to hospital in Los Angeles after being struck by lightning.
VIDEO: Wildfire in California forces evacuations
More than 500 homes and about 1,200 residents have been evacuated in an area east of the California state capital Sacramento due to a wildfire.
VIDEO: Honour for 101-year-old weatherman
America's longest serving volunteer weather observer, 101-year-old Richard G Hendrickson, will be honoured on Sunday for 84 years service.
VIDEO: Illegal child migration to US soars
In the last eight months alone, nearly 60,000 children have crossed the border illegally into the United States, in the hope of a better life.
VIDEO: The toughest cop on Wall Street
Benjamin Lawsky, Superintendent of the New York State Department of Financial Services, is known as the toughest cop on Wall Street.
VIDEO: Teen pilot dies in record attempt
A US teenager and his father who crashed during an attempt to fly around the world knew the risks of the journey, a relative has said
VIDEO: Wine fraudster to be sentenced in US
Rudy Kurniawan, who manufactured phony vintage wine in his kitchen, will be sentenced for fraud on Thursday.
VIDEO: 'Depressed' polar bear not moving
Arturo, the polar bear dubbed 'the world's saddest animal', will be staying at his zoo in Argentina, despite a massive petition calling for him to be moved to a colder climate.
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