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BBC World News

Junior officer 'had Korea ship helm'
The third officer was at the helm of the ferry that capsized off South Korea, investigators say, as divers work to access the sunken hull.
East Ukraine militants snub deal
Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine refuse to leave official buildings, just hours after an international deal was reached to defuse the crisis.
Everest avalanche kills 12 guides
At least 12 local guides have been killed after an avalanche on the slopes of Mount Everest, officials in Nepal say.
US freeing Iran funds as deal 'kept'
The United States is to release frozen Iranian funds, saying Tehran has kept commitments made under an interim deal over its nuclear programme.
Tributes for Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Presidents and fellow writers pay tribute to Nobel prize-winning Colombian author Gabriel Garcia Marquez ,who has died in Mexico aged 87.
One fifth of China soil contaminated
Almost a fifth of China's soil is contaminated, an official study released by the government has shown.
Peru evacuates Ubinas volcano area
The authorities in Peru say they are evacuating 4,000 people living near the Ubinas volcano, in the south of the country, because of increased activity.
Rob Ford launches re-election bid
Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford kicks off his re-election campaign at an event his brother calls "history in the making".
China jails corruption activists
China jails four more activists linked to the Xu Zhiyong-founded New Citizens' Movement, which seeks government transparency.
Deadly attack on South Sudan UN base
Dozens of civilians sheltering in a UN base in the South Sudan city of Bor have been killed in an attack by armed youths, the UN says.
Royals visit Sydney Easter show
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Sydney Royal Easter Show on their third day in Australia.
'Most Earth-like planet yet' found
A planet that is close in size to the Earth and that could hold water on its surface has been identified by the Kepler telescope.
VIDEO: Anxious time for Syria's Christians
Around the world Christians are marking Holy Week in the run up to Easter, but for Syria's Christians, it is also an anxious time as the country's war drags on into a fourth year.
VIDEO: Marquez tributes in Latin America
The BBC's Will Grant reports from Mexico where readers celebrate the work of author Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who lived in the country for 40 years.
VIDEO: Babylab studies development of ADHD
Scientists at a London laboratory carry out tests to try to discover how and why some people develop Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
VIDEO: One-minute World News
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
VIDEO: 'Most Earth-like planet yet' found
A planet that is close in size to the Earth and that could hold water on its surface has been identified by the Kepler telescope.
VIDEO: 'We want to be part of Russia'
The BBC's Natalia Antelava visits a camp site of the self-declared people's Republic of Donetsk.
VIDEO: Jerusalem's holy sites in 2.5 minutes
Guided tour of Jerusalem's holiest sites in two-and-a-half minutes.
VIDEO: Alfa Romeo plots US comeback
Alfa Romeo, the Italian sports car maker, returns to the US market after 20 years. Michelle Fleury takes a tour of the car the firm hopes will appeal to American drivers.

Yahoo World News

South Korea ferry captain rushed back to bridge as ship listed-crewman

Rescue workers install floats where the capsized passenger ship "Sewol" sank during the rescue operation in the sea off JindoBy Jungmin Jang and Ju-min Park MOKPO/JINDO, South Korea (Reuters) - The captain of a South Korean ferry that capsized two days ago rushed back to the bridge after it started listing severely and tried in vain to right the vessel, one of the helmsmen on the ship said on Friday. A junior officer was steering the Sewol ferry when it capsized on Wednesday, leaving 28 people officially declared dead and 268 missing, almost all of them high school students.



East Ukraine separatists stay put despite diplomatic deal

Students wave national flags during a pro-Ukrainian rally in Luhansk, eastern UkraineBy Pavel Polityuk and Thomas Grove KIEV/SLAVIANSK, Ukraine (Reuters) - Armed pro-Russian separatists were still holding public buildings in eastern Ukraine on Friday, saying they needed more assurances about their security before they comply with an international deal ordering them to disarm. The agreement, brokered by the United States, Russia, Ukraine and the European Union in Geneva on Thursday offered the best hope to date of defusing a stand-off in Ukraine that has dragged East-West relations to their lowest level since the Cold War. Enacting the agreement on the ground though will be difficult, because of the deep mistrust between the pro-Russian groups and the Western-backed government in Kiev, which this week flared into violent clashes that killed several people.



At least 12 Nepali guides killed in Everest avalanche

File photograph of travellers enjoying a view of Mount Everest at Syangboche in NepalBy Gopal Sharma KATHMANDU (Reuters) - An avalanche swept down a slope of Mount Everest on Friday killing 12 Nepali mountaineering guides at the beginning of the main climbing season, a Tourism Ministry official said. The avalanche, the deadliest in eight years, hit the most popular route to the mountain's peak. Three Nepali guides were injured and up to five people were missing, said Dipendra Paudel at the Tourism Ministry's mountaineering department. It was the first major avalanche on Mount Everest this climbing season, when hundreds of foreign and Nepali climbers flock to the mountain to attempt to reach its 8,850 meter (29,035 feet) peak.



Drone risks damage at record depth in search for Malaysian plane

The Bluefin-21 Autonomous Underwater Vehicle is craned over the side of the Australian Defence Vessel Ocean Shield in the southern Indian Ocean during the continuing search for the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370The U.S. Navy's Bluefin-21 and its "side scan" sonar has become the focal point of the search some 2,000 km (1,200 miles) west of the Australian city of Perth, where authorities believe Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 hit the ocean after disappearing from radars on March 8 with 239 people on board. The search has centered on a city-sized area where a series of "pings" led authorities to believe the plane's black box may be located. But the Bluefin-21's searches of the largely unmapped ocean floor have been frustrated by an automatic safety mechanism which sends it to the surface when it exceeds a depth of 4.5 km (14,763 feet). On Friday, as searchers waited for the remote-control submarine to return from its fifth mission, the U.S. Navy said the Bluefin-21 had gone to a record depth of 4,695 meters (15,403 feet) in its previous mission.



Nobel winner Garcia Marquez, master of magical realism, dies at 87

Residents pay homage in front of the house of Colombian Nobel Prize laureate Garcia Marquez in AracatacaBy Anahi Rama MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Colombian author whose beguiling stories of love and longing brought Latin America to life for millions of readers and put magical realism on the literary map, died on Thursday. A prolific writer who started out as a newspaper reporter, Garcia Marquez's masterpiece was "One Hundred Years of Solitude," a dream-like, dynastic epic that helped him win the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982. Garcia Marquez died at his home in Mexico City, where he had returned from hospital last week after a bout of pneumonia. Known affectionately to friends and fans as "Gabo," Garcia Marquez was Latin America's best-known and most beloved author and his books have sold in the tens of millions.



Iran says will firmly deter any attacks as military displays might

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani speaks during an event to mark Nawroz, the Persian New Year, in KabulBy Parisa Hafezi ANKARA (Reuters) - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said the Islamic Republic had the might to deter any attacks as its military displayed a range of drones and missiles at an annual parade in Tehran, state television reported on Friday. Chanting "God is Greatest", troops paraded missiles carriers, some bearing banners saying "Death to America" and "Death to Israel", armored personnel carriers and unmanned surveillance aircraft as well as small submarines with men wearing aqua-lungs alongside. Unlike hardline predecessor Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Rouhani did not use his speech to lash out at the United States and Israel, which Tehran refuses to recognize. "We don't attack any country and don't want war but we will firmly confront any aggression against Iran," he said, as helicopters and fighter jets flew overhead and parachutists landed in the parade area in the south of the capital near the shrine of revolutionary leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.



Al-Qaida splinter group lashes out over Syria

This Monday, April 14, 2014 photo, released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, shows Syrian government soldiers gathering outside a damaged hotel that Syrian rebels had been using, in Maaloula village, northeast of the capital Damascus, Syria. Syrian government troops seized two villages, one of them an ancient Christian hamlet, north of Damascus on Monday, as part of the military's relentless offensive along the rugged frontier with Lebanon, state media and activists said. (AP Photo/SANA)CAIRO (AP) — The spokesman of an al-Qaida breakaway group has slammed the terror network's chief, blaming him for the widening rift between rival Islamic rebels who are battling each other in Syria.



Ukrainian militia rejects calls to leave buildings

A pro-Russian protester holds icons as he stands outside a city hall bearing flags representing the Donetsk Republic in Mariupol, Ukraine, Thursday, April 17, 2014. Three pro-Russian protesters were killed and 13 injured during an attempted raid overnight on a Ukrainian National Guard base in the Black Sea port of Mariupol, Ukraine's authorities said Wednesday. (AP Photo/Sergei Grits)DONETSK, Ukraine (AP) — Pro-Russian insurgents in Ukraine's east who have been occupying government buildings in more than 10 cities said Friday they will only leave them if the interim government in Kiev resigns.



Japan will conduct Pacific whale hunt despite court ruling

A miniature South Korean flag is seen during the 64th annual International Whaling Commission in Panama CityBy Elaine Lies TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan said on Friday it would conduct its annual Northwest Pacific whaling campaign this year despite an international court ruling against the program last month, but in a sharply scaled down form. The decision to proceed with the hunt was certain to provoke international anger. Tokyo's decades-old and disputed "scientific whaling" program suffered a blow last month when the International Court of Justice (ICJ), in a surprise ruling, ordered a halt to its annual hunts in the Southern Ocean. That prompted Japan to cancel whaling there for 2014-2015.



Hamilton sets the pace in Chinese GP practice

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain chats with his crew inside the garage during the practice session ahead of Sunday's Chinese Formula One Grand Prix at Shanghai International Circuit in Shanghai, China Friday, April 18, 2014. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)SHANGHAI (AP) — Mercedes set the fastest practice times again at the Chinese Grand Prix on Friday, though rivals Ferrari and Red Bull may have closed the gap somewhat on Formula One's runaway leader.



Transcript of conversation between ferry, shore
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Following is the transcript released by the Ministry of Ocean and Fisheries of the conversation between Jeju Vessel Traffic Services Center (VTS) on Jeju Island and The Sewol, the ferry that sank on Wednesday. The original transcript is in Korean and the translation was done by The Associated Press. It starts off from the first distress call made by the ferry:
Filipino devotees re-enact crucifixion of Christ

Filipino penitent Ruben Enaje, who has portrayed as Jesus Christ for 27 times, reacts as a nail is removed from his hand after being crucified during Good Friday rituals on March 29, 2013 at Cutud, Pampanga province, northern Philippines. Several Filipino devotees had themselves nailed to crosses Friday to remember Jesus Christ's suffering and death, an annual rite rejected by church leaders in this predominantly Roman Catholic country. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)SAN PEDRO CUTUD, Philippines (AP) — Devotees in northern Philippine villages had themselves nailed to wooded crosses to re-enact the crucifixion of Jesus Christ as thousands of local and foreign spectators watched the bloody annual rites to mark Good Friday in Asia's largest Roman Catholic nation.



Most kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls still missing, army says

A villager walks past razed homes in Mainok, outside Maiduguri in Borno State on March 6, 2014The Nigerian military on Friday admitted that most of the 129 girls abducted by Boko Haram Islamists from their school in the country's restive northeast remained missing. The military had claimed on Wednesday that all but eight of the 129 girls snatched from their school in the state of Borno managed to escape, contrary to the position of the state government and the school principal. "The defence headquarters wishes to defer to the school principal and governor's statement on the number of students still missing," defence ministry spokesman Chris Olukolade said in a statement on Friday. After they escaped, the girls went to village heads who live close to where they found themselves and the local leaders brought them to us," Mallam Inuwa Kubo, Borno's education commissioner, said on Thursday.



Doomed ferry's sharp turn, slow evacuation probed

South Korean rescue team members prepare to search for passengers of a ferry sinking off South Korea's southern coast, in the water off the southern coast near Jindo, south of Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, April 17, 2014. Fears rose Thursday for the fate of more than 280 passengers still missing more than 24 hours after their ferry flipped onto its side and filled with water off the southern coast of South Korea. (AP Photo/Yonhap) KOREA OUTMOKPO, South Korea (AP) — Investigations into South Korea's ferry disaster focused on the sharp turn it took just before it started listing and on the possibility that a quicker evacuation order by the captain could have saved lives, officials said Friday, as rescuers scrambled to find some 270 people still missing and feared dead.



British teenager killed in Syria conflict

A tank belonging to the rebel Islamic Front on a street in the Hanano district of Aleppo on April 17, 2014A British teenager whose uncle was detained in the Guantanamo Bay camp has been killed in the Syrian conflict, his family said on Friday. Abdullah Deghayes, 18, died earlier this month although the circumstances of his death are unclear. The teenager from Brighton in southeast England is the nephew of Omar Deghayes who was held by the United States as an enemy combatant at Guantanamo between 2002 and 2007 after he was arrested in Pakistan. The family of Abdullah Deghayes confirmed his death to local newspaper The Argus and said they had not been aware that he had travelled to Syria.



Compensation battle rages four years after BP's U.S. oil spill

File photo of fire boat response crews battling the blazing remnants of the offshore oil rig Deepwater Horizon off LouisianaFour years after the Deepwater Horizon spill, oil is still washing up on the long sandy beaches of Grand Isle, Louisiana, and some islanders are fed up with hearing from BP that the crisis is over. Jules Melancon, the last remaining oyster fisherman on an island dotted with colorful houses on stilts, says he has not found a single oyster alive in his leases in the area since the leak and relies on an onshore oyster nursery to make a living. The British oil major has paid out billions of dollars in compensation under a settlement experts say is unprecedented in its breadth. Some claimants are satisfied, but others are irate that BP is now challenging aspects of the settlement.



UK opposition party hires top Obama adviser
LONDON (AP) — Britain's opposition Labour Party has recruited a top adviser to U.S. President Barack Obama's campaigns to help with its leader's election bid next year.
Boat capsizes in Indonesia; 7 dead, 30 rescued
KUPANG, Indonesia (AP) — Police say a boat loaded with people in a Good Friday procession has capsized in eastern Indonesia, and at least seven people have died.
Dutch supreme court bans pedophile group
AMSTERDAM (AP) — The Dutch Supreme Court has banned a Dutch group that advocates the legalization of pedophilia.
Top Asian News at 10:00 a.m. GMT
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Police say a high school vice principal who had been rescued from a sinking South Korean ferry has been found hanging from a tree. The news of the death came Friday as rescuers scrambled to find hundreds of people still missing from the ferry and feared dead. The passengers included 325 second-year students from Danwon High School heading to a southern island on a four-day trip.

BBC Sports News

Pulis happy to discuss Cardiff row
Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis is willing to talk to the Premier League over Cardiff's claims of team-sheet leaking.
Trott to take break from cricket

Changes 'against Paralympic values'

Hamilton top in second practice
Lewis Hamilton heads Ferrari's Fernando Alonso as the Mercedes driver sets the pace in Friday practice at the Chinese GP.
Lawro's predictions v Ken Doherty
BBC Sport's football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on former snooker world champion Ken Doherty in this week's predictions
'There's a secret language only us drivers know'
In his regular BBC Sport column, Lewis Hamilton talks about his thrilling Bahrain battle with team-mate Nico Rosberg
Mata backs Moyes to revive Man Utd
Juan Mata says club will become a force with new signings.
Robson out of French Open & Wimbledon

Hull KR 21-20 Hull FC
Hull FC's Graeme Horne runs in two tries against his former club before a Craig Hall drop-goal edges a superb derby.
Dowie gives Liverpool winning start

Howard rewarded with new Everton deal
Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard has signed a two-year contract extension to keep him at Goodison Park until 2018.
Racing makes its Good Friday debut
History will be made with racing on Good Friday at Musselburgh and Lingfield, which stages a £1m all-weather meeting.
Stanning & Glover reunite for trials
London 2012 Olympic gold medallists Heather Stanning and Helen Glover will race as a pair in the British rowing trials.
Rosberg plans Hamilton Bahrain talk

Write us off at your peril - Carney
Birmingham captain Karen Carney believes her side can upset the odds to win their Women's Champions League semi-final.
Nadal brings up 300th clay win
Rafael Nadal earns his 300th career victory on clay by beating Andreas Seppi 6-1 6-3 at the Monte Carlo Masters.
Rodgers hopeful on Sturridge return
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says striker Daniel Sturridge is likely to make a quick return from a hamstring injury
Bradford Bulls 6-46 Leeds Rhinos
Rob Burrow scores a try on his 400th appearance for the club as Leeds Rhinos thrash Bradford Bulls 46-6 at Odsal.
Kuchar leads RBC, Spieth in frame
Matt Kuchar takes a share of the first-round lead at the RBC Heritage as Jordan Spieth sits three shots behind.
Celtic dominate player of year list
Kris Commons, Virgil van Dijk, Fraser Forster and Kris Boyd are nominated for the PFA Scotland Premiership player of the year.

BBC Americas News

Obama: Healthcare law 'is working'
President Barack Obama defends his signature healthcare law, saying the debate over its repeal is "over" as he touts high enrolment numbers.
US freeing Iran funds as deal 'kept'
The United States is to release frozen Iranian funds, saying Tehran has kept commitments made under an interim deal over its nuclear programme.
Rob Ford launches re-election bid
Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford kicks off his re-election campaign at an event his brother calls "history in the making".
Abu Hamza 'used cover of religion'
A radical cleric extradited from the UK "used the cover of religion" to hide his part in a global terror campaign, a prosecutor in New York says.
Portland to empty city reservoir
The city of Portland, Oregon, is dumping 38m gallons (143m litres) of reservoir water after a teenager was caught urinating into the water supply.
Chelsea Clinton announces pregnancy
The daughter of former US President Bill Clinton and former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announces she is pregnant with her first child.
Ex-BP worker fined over shares trade
A BP employee who oversaw the cleanup of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010 agrees to settle a charge of insider trading.
Joe Biden's son to run for governor
Beau Biden, son of US Vice-President Joe Biden, announces he will run for governor of the state of Delaware in 2016.
Rapper Andre Johnson cuts off penis
An artist affiliated with Wu-Tang Clan, is taken to hospital after apparently cutting off his penis and jumping from a building in an apparent suicide attempt.
US banking giants see mixed results
US banking giant Goldman Sachs reports a drop in net earnings while Morgan Stanley sees profits jump.
North Dakota abortion ban overturned
A US federal judge overthrows a North Dakota law banning abortion after the foetus' heartbeat can be detected, as early as six weeks in some cases.
Atlanta franchise to join MLS in 2017
Atlanta will have a Major League Soccer team from 2017 after talks with Arthur Black, owner of the city's NFL side.
VIDEO: Could big business take over Tribeca?
Robert De Niro's Tribeca Film Festival opens in New York amid fears big business investment could risk extravaganza's integrity
VIDEO: NYPD shuts down Muslim 'spying' unit
A secret New York Police Department programme designed to eavesdrop on Muslims to identify potential terrorism threats has been disbanded.
VIDEO: Dig seeks identity of dead boys
A University of South Florida anthropologist seeks to return remains of boys who died at a state reform school to their relatives.
VIDEO: Mass stabbing at Canada college party
Five college student have been killed in a late night knife attack at a house party in Canada.
VIDEO: How Mustang got an Empire view
A 2015 Ford Mustang convertible had to be cut into six pieces so it could go on display at the top of the Empire State Building.
VIDEO: Biden: 'We own the finish line'
Boston has marked the first anniversary of the deadly bombing at last year's marathon, honouring the dead and lauding the character and strength of the survivors and the city's residents.
VIDEO: Boston marks bombing anniversary
Boston is marking the anniversary of the deadly bombing at last year's marathon, honouring the dead and lauding the character and strength of the survivors and the city's residents.
VIDEO: Baby bodies found in Utah house
A woman in the US state of Utah has admitted strangling and suffocating six of her own newborn babies.
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