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BBC World News

Euro 2016 'could be terrorist target'
The US warns that the Euro 2016 football championships being held in France next month could be a target of militant attacks.
Migrant 'document forgers' arrested
Police in Greece and the Czech Republic arrest more than 20 people suspected of producing forged passports and visas for migrants trying to enter Europe.
Mother harassed over gorilla death
The mother of a child who fell into a gorilla enclosure in a US zoo is trolled on social media.
IS hits back as army moves into Falluja
Militants from the so-called Islamic State launch a dawn counter-attack as Iraqi government troops push into the city of Falluja.
EU work headscarf ban 'may be justified'
Employers in the EU may be able to stop Muslim staff wearing headscarves to work as long as it is part of a general ban on all religious symbols, a senior EU court adviser has said.
California governor endorses Clinton
California Governor Jerry Brown is endorsing Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton for president, saying it is the only way to stop Donald Trump.
Facebook copy created in North Korea
A crude clone of the Facebook social media site briefly appears in North Korea before going offline.
Air strikes 'kill 23' in Syria's Idlib
At least 23 people have been killed by air strikes overnight on the rebel-held city of Idlib, in north-western Syria, activists say.
French leader digs in as strike looms
President Francois Hollande of France insists that a controversial labour reform will not be withdrawn as strike action looms on the railways.
Ex-Miss Turkey guilty of Erdogan insult
A Turkish court convicts a former Miss Turkey of insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, giving her a 14-month suspended prison sentence.
Tbilisi vegans denounce meat-throwers
A vegan cafe in Tbilisi appeals for public solidarity after being invaded by alleged ultra-nationalists wielding grilled meat and sausages.
Queen to appear on Vanity Fair cover
The Queen is to appear on the front page of the latest edition of Vanity Fair magazine with her pet dogs.
VIDEO: A visit to Karachi's 'most dangerous' area
BBC journalist Benjamin Zand visits Lyari in Karachi, which he had been told to avoid as the Pakistani city's 'most dangerous' area.
VIDEO: Zoo defends Harambe gorilla shooting
A US zoo has defended its decision to shoot a gorilla, after a four-year-old boy fell into its enclosure .
VIDEO: Rain brings flooding to northern France
Parts of northern France have been hit by flooding after sustained heavy rain swept the region.
VIDEO: Iraqi forces meet fierce resistance
Iraqi forces are meeting fierce resistance as efforts to retake the city of Falluja from the so-called Islamic State group continue.
VIDEO: Building the world's smallest airport
Leading architects from across the globe are showcasing their ideas in Venice this week.
VIDEO: Cars buried amid deadly German floods
Four people have died in floods in southwestern Germany after torrential rain in the past 24 hours.
Niger battles terrorism threats on all fronts
The western African nation of Niger, one of the world's poorest countries, is fighting terror threats on several fronts, as the BBC's Julian Keane discovers in its capital Niamey.
What does modern slavery look like?
More than 45 million people are living in modern slavery, with Asia accounting for two thirds of the victims, a new report says.

Yahoo World News

Fear for civilians as IS halts Iraqi army at gates of Falluja

Iraqi security forces and Shi'ite fighters sit in military vehicles near FallujaBy Maher Nazeh and Saif Hameed CAMP TARIQ, Iraq (Reuters) - Islamic State fighters halted an Iraqi army assault on the city of Falluja with a counter-attack at its southern gates on Tuesday, while the United Nations warned of peril for civilians trapped in the city and used by militants as human shields. The Iraqi army's assault on Falluja has begun what is expected to be one of the biggest battles ever fought against Islamic State, with the government backed by world powers including the United States and Iran, and determined to win back the first major Iraqi city that fell to the group in 2014.



Death toll from Russian air strikes in Idlib climbs to 23: monitor

Civilians and civil defence members look for survivors at a site damaged after Russian air strikes on the Syrian rebel-held city of IdlibBy Tom Perry and Suleiman Al-Khalidi BEIRUT/AMMAN (Reuters) - At least 23 people were killed in Russian air strikes overnight in the Syrian rebel-held city of Idlib, the heaviest bombardment there since a cessation of hostilities was agreed in February, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. The Observatory said the air strikes targeted a number of positions in the city, one of them next to a hospital. Seven children were among the dead, Observatory Director Rami Abdulrahman said.



Jets bomb Syrian rebel group Ahrar al Sham's main camp, large numbers killed: monitor
Unidentified jets bombed a major camp of the powerful Islamist Ahrar al Sham insurgent group in Syria's northwestern province of Idlib, leaving a large number of dead and wounded, a monitor reported on Tuesday. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said top trainers from among Ahrar al Sham's leaders were normally at the camp located in the Sheikh Bahar area of rural Idlib. The insurgent group could not be reached comment.
China to 'pressure' U.S. on maritime issues, paper says

The amphibious assault ship USS Boxer transits the East Sea during Exercise Ssang YongChina has been angered by what it views as provocative U.S. military patrols close to islands China controls in the South China Sea. The United States says the patrols are to protect freedom of navigation.



Attempted North Korea missile launch fails: South Korea

KCNA file picture shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un looking at a rocket warhead tip after a simulated test of atmospheric re-entry of a ballistic missileBy Ju-min Park SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea attempted to fire a missile from its east coast on Tuesday but the launch appears to have failed, South Korean officials said, in what would be the latest in a string of unsuccessful ballistic missile tests by the isolated country. Tension in Northeast Asia has been high since North Korea conducted its fourth nuclear test in January and followed that with a satellite launch and test launches of various missiles. Japan put its military alert on Monday for a possible North Korean missile launch.



Netanyahu turns to Arab peace plan to face new challenges

Lieberman reviews an honour guard during a welcoming ceremony at the Defence Ministry in Tel Aviv, IsraelBy Jeffrey Heller JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Benjamin Netanyahu has turned to a 14-year-old Arab peace plan in trying to project a softer image internationally for a new governing coalition in Israel widely seen as more hardline toward Palestinian statehood. In what some political commentators and opposition politicians called spin but a spokesman for Netanyahu dubbed "an important development", the right-wing prime minister said on Monday the 2002 Saudi peace initiative had "positive elements", although some revisions would have to be made. Netanyahu's partial embrace of the Arab plan comes after far-right politician Avigdor Lieberman was sworn in as defense minister in a broadened coalition on Monday, an appointment that has raised concern at home and abroad.



Roche to invest $60M, expand plant in Puerto Rico
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Swiss drugmaker Roche is investing more than $60 million to expand its pharmaceutical plant in Puerto Rico.
Kenya to close world's largest refugee camp 'by November'

The sprawling Dadaab camp on the Kenya-Somalia border hosts some 350,000 refugees, the vast majority of whom fled Somalia's more than two-decade long conflictKenya is to send Somali refugees in the world's largest camp back to their war-torn country or third nations by November, the interior minister said Tuesday. Kenya said earlier this month it would shut down the camp, and set up a team to investigate how to achieve that. "I want to inform the world that the decision to close Dadaab camp is final," Interior Minister Joseph Ole Nkaissery said after receiving the team's report.



Amnesty says 1.2 million Afghans internally displaced by war

In this Monday, May 30, 2016 photo, an Afghan girl sits on the ground of her temporary home in a camp for internally displaced people in Kabul, Afghanistan. Amnesty International said Tuesday, May 31, that more than 1.2 million Afghans have been forced to flee their homes due to violence in the past three years and urged the Kabul government and the international community to tackle the country's growing crisis of refugees internally displaced by war. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Amnesty International said Tuesday that more than 1.2 million Afghans have been forced to flee their homes due to violence in the past three years and urged the Kabul government and the international community to tackle the country's growing crisis of refugees internally displaced by war.



Top Asian News 5:34 p.m. GMT
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Amnesty International said Tuesday that more than 1.2 million Afghans have been forced to flee their homes due to violence in the past three years and urged the Kabul government and the international community to tackle the country's growing crisis of refugees internally displaced by war. Those numbers are growing as the war, now in its 15th year, intensifies, the rights group said in a report released in Kabul, adding that many of the internally displaced "live in horrific conditions on the brink of survival." The Taliban have been waging war on the Afghan government since their regime was toppled in the 2001 U.S.
Stowaway found aboard Emirates flight from China to Dubai
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A teenage boy sneaked into the cargo hold of an Emirates passenger plane in China and made it all the way to Dubai before being apprehended, the airline and Chinese media said Tuesday.
UN to track arms flows to South Sudan

US Deputy Ambassador David Pressman said the continued arms flows pose a "serious threat to the success of the peace agreement and the stability of the region"The UN Security Council on Tuesday requested a special report about weapons flows to South Sudan after major powers failed to agree on imposing an arms embargo on the war-torn country. The 15-member council unanimously adopted a US-drafted resolution that renews sanctions on South Sudan for a year and tasks a panel of experts with preparing the detailed report within three months. The report will focus on arms flows since a new government of national unity was formed last month and provide an analysis of security threats to the new authorities.



Prosecutor: Eddy Merckx to be charged in corruption case
BRUSSELS (AP) — Five-time Tour de France winner Eddy Merckx, considered by many the greatest cyclist of all time, will be charged Wednesday in a Belgian corruption case linked to irregular purchases of equipment by Brussels-area police and municipalities, a Brussels prosecutor said.
In South Africa, boys more likely to be sexually abused than girls: researchers
By Alex Whiting LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Boys are slightly more likely to be sexually abused than girls in South Africa, where a third of all children have experienced some form of sexual abuse in their lifetime, according to the first-ever national study of child maltreatment. Nearly 37 percent of boys and 34 percent of girls have been sexually abused by the age of 17, either physically or in non-physical ways - such as being forced to watch sexual acts, look at genitalia or explicit material. Girls were more likely to have been sexually abused physically and boys more likely to have experienced non-contact sexual abuse, researchers said in the study published on Tuesday.
Almost 46 million people trapped in slavery with North Korea, India key offenders: global index

Actor Russell Crowe launches the 2016 Global Slavery Index at the London office of GallupBy Alex Whiting LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Almost 46 million people are living as slaves globally with the greatest number in India but the highest prevalence in North Korea, according to the third Global Slavery Index launched on Tuesday with Australian actor Russell Crowe. The index, by Australia-based human rights group Walk Free Foundation, increased its estimate of people born into servitude, trafficked for sex work, or trapped in debt bondage or forced labor to 45.8 million from 35.8 million in 2014. Andrew Forrest, founder of Walk Free, said the rise of nearly 30 percent was due to better data collection, although he feared the situation was getting worse with global displacement and migration increasing vulnerability to all forms of slavery.



2 top women lose in Paris, complain about playing in rain

Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska closes her eyes as she plays Bulgaria’s Tsvetana Pironkova during their fourth round match of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium, Tuesday, May 31, 2016 in Paris. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)PARIS (AP) — Yes, they actually managed to complete a match on this wettest of weeks at the French Open. Two, even. And both involved surprises: Two of the top half-dozen seeded women lost within minutes of each other, No. 2 Agnieszka Radwanska and No. 6 Simona Halep.



OAS to hold meeting on Venezuela 'crisis'

The president of the Venezuelan National Assembly, Henry Ramos Allup (R) and the secretary general of the opposition Democratic Unity Roundtable (MUD), Jesus "Chuo" Torrealba, arrive in Caracas on May 31, 2016 after the OAS calls an "urgent meeting"The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS) Luis Almagro called Tuesday for an urgent meeting of member governments to discuss what he called the "institutional crisis" in Venezuela. In a 132-page letter to the organization's Permanent Council president, Almagro said Venezuela was experiencing "an alteration of constitutional order," which has adversely affected democracy in the country. Almagro requested that the 34 member states meet between June 10-20 to evaluate the Venezuelan government's commitment to democracy.



Israel's settlement drive is becoming irreversible, diplomats fear

Houses are seen in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Maale Adumim as the Palestinian village of Al-Eizariya is seen in the backgroundBy Luke Baker MITZPE YERICHO, West Bank (Reuters) - In the hills east of Jerusalem, overlooking the Palestinian city of Jericho and the Jordan Valley, stands a religious Jewish settlement whose red-tile roofs, neat gardens and brightly colored playgrounds give the sense of permanence. Mitzpe Yericho has stood on this escarpment, close to the Dead Sea - the lowest point on earth - since 1978, one of more than 230 settlements Israelis have built on occupied land in the West Bank and East Jerusalem over the past half-century. Diplomats and international monitors are increasingly concerned that the drive, which has seen Israel settle more than half a million of its people at a cost of tens of billions of dollars, may be reaching the point of irreversibility.



Carl Icahn says he bought a stake in Botox-maker Allergan
NEW YORK (AP) — Activist investor Carl Icahn says he bought a "large" stake in Botox-maker Allergan and said he's supportive of the company's CEO, Brent Saunders.
Libya unity govt allies capture IS-held towns

French Foreign minister Jean-Marc Ayrault (R) meets with UN's special envoy on Libya Martin Kobler on May 31, 2016 in ParisFighters allied with Libya's UN-backed unity government have captured two coastal towns from the Islamic State group in an advance towards its bastion Sirte, a spokesman said on Tuesday. The Petroleum Facilities Guard overran Ben Jawad and Nofiliya as they thrust westwards along the Mediterranean coast from their base in Libya's eastern oil ports, the spokesman for the force said. Five people were killed and 18 wounded in Monday's fighting, sector commander Colonel Bashir Buthefira said.



BBC Sports News

Rashford makes England Euro 2016 squad
Marcus Rashford and Daniel Sturridge are included in England's squad for Euro 2016 but Andros Townsend and Danny Drinkwater miss out.
Ledley makes Wales' Euro 2016 squad
Midfielder Joe Ledley makes Wales' squad for Euro 2016 having returned to training less than a month after breaking his leg.
Murray quarter-final moved to Wednesday
Andy Murray's French Open quarter-final against Richard Gasquet is postponed until Wednesday after more wet weather in Paris.
Djokovic in charge when rain returns
Novak Djokovic fights back from a set down to lead to Roberto Bautista Agut before rain returns at the French Open.
One-armed surfer beats world number one
One-armed shark attack survivor Bethany Hamilton finishes a career-best third in the Fiji Women's Pro surfing event.
Euro 2016 'could be terrorist target'
The US warns that the Euro 2016 football championships being held in France next month could be a target of militant attacks.
Anderson tops rankings for first time
James Anderson replaces England team-mate Stuart Broad at the top of the International Cricket Council Test bowling rankings.
FA to lead study on brain disease
The Football Association will lead a study into possible links between football and brain diseases, it confirms.
Mistake to focus on Guardiola - Mourinho
New Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says "someone else would be champion" if he focused on Manchester City rival Pep Guardiola next season.
'Unstoppable' - the making of Kane
The secret stories and key characteristics that transformed a six-year-old stand-in keeper into the most exciting England striker for a decade.
Milner 'fifth best player at Euro 2016'
England's James Milner is currently the fifth best player among Euro 2016 teams, according to a Uefa 'barometer' based on form.
Gillespie confirms Yorkshire commitment
Yorkshire coach Jason Gillespie confirms that he will not be leaving to take a role with Cricket Australia.
Leicester abandoned after Dettori fall
Leicester's meeting on Tuesday is abandoned due to unsafe ground after a fall in which jockey Frankie Dettori escaped unhurt.
Bans for Hibs fans after pitch invasion
Hibernian FC impose bans on a number of supporters following the trouble at the Scottish Cup final.
Team Sky's Henao cleared to race again
Team Sky rider Sergio Henao is cleared of wrongdoing by the UCI following independent analysis of his biological data.
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Record-breaker Kinghorn targets Rio
After breaking four European records, Scottish wheelchair racer Sammi Kinghorn has her sights on the Rio Paralympics.
How to breed an Epsom Derby winner
Inside the multi-billion pound world where luck counts as much as breeding in the race for Derby success.
'Gary will be in the lads' minds'
Roger Speed is sure his late son, the former Wales manager Gary, will be "up there watching Wales" at Euro 2016.
What's on BBC Sport this week
This week's sport on the BBC includes the French Open tennis, England's final warm-up game before Euro 2016 and the Epsom Derby.

BBC Americas News

California governor endorses Clinton
California Governor Jerry Brown is endorsing Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton for president, saying it is the only way to stop Donald Trump.
Euro 2016 'could be terrorist target'
The US warns that the Euro 2016 football championships being held in France next month could be a target of militant attacks.
Mother harassed over gorilla death
The mother of a child who fell into a gorilla enclosure in a US zoo is trolled on social media.
Dan Aykroyd praises Ghostbusters remake
Dan Aykroyd, the actor who played Ray Stantz in the original Ghostbusters film, has praised the upcoming remake.
Trump: Illegals treated better than vets
Illegal immigrants in the US often get better care than the nation's military veterans, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump says.
Tearful end to 11-year US church protest
Parishioners in Massachusetts admit defeat in their efforts to keep their church open, bringing to a tearful end their 11-year protest.
Zoo defends Harambe gorilla shooting
The director of Cincinnati zoo says he would do the same again after a gorilla, into whose enclosure a child fell, was shot dead.
EU data watchdog rejects privacy deal
The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) says a data transfer pact between the EU and US needs "significant improvements".
US Libertarians choose candidate
The US Libertarian Party picks Gary Johnson as its presidential nominee, seeking to capitalise on disaffection with mainstream politicians.
Glee actor charged over child porn
Former Glee actor Mark Salling has been formally charged with two counts of receiving and possessing images of child sexual abuse.
VIDEO: Zoo defends Harambe gorilla shooting
A US zoo has defended its decision to shoot a gorilla, after a four-year-old boy fell into its enclosure .
VIDEO: Why is Guantanamo still open?
The BBC's Aleem Maqbool reports from inside Guantanamo Bay detention centre, which is still open, despite President Obama vowing to shut it down eight years ago.
VIDEO: Bikers in Washington honour US war veterans
Hundreds of thousands of bikers descend on Washington DC to commemorate America's war dead and veterans.
VIDEO: WW2 aircraft pulled from Hudson River
A pilot has died after a vintage World War Two aircraft crashed in the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey.
VIDEO: Washington gets a mural makeover
A neighbourhood in Washington has been made over with murals by both international and local artists.
VIDEO: Onboard camera captures rocket landing
An onboard camera has captured the successful landing of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket, returning from space after launching an Asian communications satellite.
VIDEO: The artist subverting the selfie
David Henry Brown Jr, an artist based in New York City, says the punk ethic in his bizarre self-portraits mocks "the representation of every cliche, trope and stereotype on Instagram".
VIDEO: Transgender toilet row tension in Texas
Eleven states are suing the Obama administration over policies about which bathrooms transgender students should use in schools.
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 consumer spending jumps in April
Americans' willingness to open their wallets shot to a seven-year high in April, but confidence in the US economy fell in May.
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