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BBC World News

Burkina Faso parliament set ablaze
Protesters angry at plans to allow Burkina Faso's President Blaise Compaore to extend his 27-year-rule set fire to parliament in the capital.
Abbas warning over holy site closure
The Palestinian leader's spokesman calls the closure of a disputed Jerusalem holy site after the shooting of a Jewish activist a "declaration of war".
Apple chief: 'I'm proud to be gay'
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has publicly acknowledged his sexuality, saying he wants to try to help people struggling with their identity.
US Ebola nurse defies quarantine
A US nurse who returned from treating patients in Sierra Leone defies a voluntary quarantine order, leaving her house in Maine for a bike ride.
Prison for S Korea bullying soldiers
A military court in South Korea gives prison sentences ranging from 25 to 45 years to four soldiers involved in the death of a junior soldier.
US posts better-than-expected growth
The US economy grew at an annual rate of 3.5% in the third quarter, a better figure than economists were expecting.
Iraqi Kurd fighters 'enter Kobane'
An advance party of 10 Iraqi Kurd fighters have entered the Syrian border town of Kobane to join the battle against Islamic State militants, activists say.
Groups condemn Singapore gay ruling
Human rights groups criticise a Singapore court's decision that a law banning gay sex is constitutional, saying it "tramples on basic rights".
Japan princess back in public eye
Japan's Crown Princess Masako - who has been hit by a stress-related illness - attends a banquet for Dutch royals, her first such appearance in 11 years.
German motorway shooter sentenced
A German lorry driver who carried out hundreds of shootings on the country's motorways has been jailed for more than 10 years.
Tunisia secularists win elections
Tunisia's secularist Nidaa Tounes party wins 81 seats in parliament, pushing the Islamists of Ennahda into second place, official results show.
UK can be sued over rendition case
A Libyan man can sue the UK government over claims he was illegally sent back to Libya and tortured, the Court of Appeal rules.
VIDEO: Chinese Hollywood builds Forbidden City
Hengdian, a small town on the east coast of China, has become the setting for one of the largest outdoor movie studios in the world.
VIDEO: Newly-lit Sistine Chapel is unveiled
The Vatican has unveiled a new hi-tech LED lighting system for the Sistine Chapel in Rome.
VIDEO: One-minute World News
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
VIDEO: Acid attack survivors' refuge
Musarat Misbah, the owner of a chain of beauty parlours in Pakistan, has set up a charity to help care for acid attack survivors whom she also employs in the salons.
VIDEO: Why is the US election so costly?
The US mid-term election is projected to be the most expensive ever, and the BBC takes a look at where the millions of dollars comes from.
VIDEO: Italy needs EU help to patrol seas
Thousands of migrants attempt to cross the Mediterranean sea to get into Europe, and some need saving from dangerous vessels.
VIDEO: The island disappearing into the sea
Louisiana is slowly disappearing into the Gulf of Mexico as its fragile wetlands are eroded by rising sea levels. BBC Pop Up talks to two families surviving on a remote island under threat.
VIDEO: Why are oil prices falling? In 60 seconds
BBC News explains why oil prices are so low - and what it would take to stop the drop - in 60 seconds.

Yahoo World News

Iraqi Kurdish forces enter Syria to fight Islamic State

A convoy of peshmerga vehicles is welcomed by Turkish Kurds after crossing into Turkey near the Habur border gate in the southeastern city of SilopiBy Humeyra Pamuk and Alexander Dziadosz SURUC Turkey/BEIRUT (Reuters) - A first group of Iraqi Kurdish peshmerga fighters entered the besieged Syrian town of Kobani on Thursday to help push back Islamic State militants who have defied U.S. air strikes and threatened to massacre its Kurdish defenders. Kobani, on the border with Turkey, has been encircled by the Sunni Muslim insurgents for more than 40 days. Weeks of U.S.-led air strikes have failed to break their stranglehold, and Kurds are hoping the arrival of the peshmerga will turn the tide. ...



Clashes erupt as Israeli police kill Palestinian suspected of shooting Jewish far-rightist

Israeli policeman aims his weapon during clashes with Palestinians inside the old city of JerusalemBy Luke Baker JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli police on Thursday shot dead a 32-year-old Palestinian man suspected of having tried hours earlier to kill a far-right Jewish activist, leading to fierce clashes in East Jerusalem and fears of a new Palestinian uprising. The Al-Aqsa compound, or Temple Mount, which is a central cause of the latest violence, was closed to all visitors as a security precaution. It was the first full closure of the site, venerated by both Jews and Muslims, in 14 years Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas denounced Israeli actions as "tantamount to a declaration of war". ...



Ukraine gas supplies in doubt as Russia seeks EU payment deal

Russian Energy Minister Novak arrives for gas talks between the European Union, Russia and Ukraine at the EU Commission headquarters in BrusselsBy Alastair Macdonald BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Ukraine's efforts to unblock deliveries of Russian gas as winter sets in were deadlocked on Thursday as Moscow's negotiators were quoted demanding firmer commitments from the European Union to cover Kiev's pre-payments for energy. EU-hosted talks were adjourned after running late into the night, Energy Minister Alexander Novak and the head of Russian gas firm Gazprom told Russian news agencies. They would resume later in the day if Ukraine and the EU had a firm financing deal in place, Gazprom head Alexei Miller said. ...



Hong Kong's loud American defies pro-Beijing 'smear campaign'

Mark Simon, a senior executive at Next Media, poses for pictures at the Next Media headquarters in TaipeiBy Greg Torode HONG KONG (Reuters) - China has often accused "foreign forces" of trying to destabilize free-wheeling Hong Kong during the current pro-democracy protests, with a garrulous expat American emerging as a key target of attack. Mark Simon, the right-hand man of pro-democracy newspaper magnate Jimmy Lai, has moved his family out of Hong Kong for safety and has been pressed to deny that he is a U.S. spy. ...



Protesters march on Burkina presidency after burning parliament

People march against Compaore's plan to change the constitution to stay in power in OuagadougouBy Mathieu Bonkoungou and Joe Penney OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - Thousands of protesters marched on Burkina Faso's presidential palace after burning the parliament building and ransacking state television offices on Thursday, forcing President Blaise Compaore to scrap a plan to extend his 27-year rule. Emergency services said at least three protesters were shot dead and several others wounded by security forces when the crowd tried to storm the home of Compaore's brother. Security forces also fired live rounds and tear gas at protesters near the presidency in the Ouaga 2000 neighborhood. ...



Seven Ukrainian soldiers killed in past 24 hours despite ceasefire: military
KIEV (Reuters) - Seven Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in the past 24 hours in the east of the country despite a ceasefire with separatists, a military spokesman said on Thursday. "They were killed in different places by shelling and one was killed in an ambush," spokesman Andriy Lysenko said. Eleven others had been wounded in various incidents. The deaths further strained a tenuous ceasefire, which came into force on September 5, while tension is growing in the run-up to a local election on Sunday organized by the separatists and which has been denounced as illegal by the Kiev government. ...
S.Sudan fighting surge sparks fears of growing aid crisis

A humanitarian aid truck is stuck in flood waters on October 10, 2014 on Mayom road outside the UNMISS compound accommodating the main internally displaced camp in BentiuHeavy fighting in South Sudan's key northern oil town of Bentiu raged Thursday, aid workers said, as fears of a renewed offensive raised warnings of an escalating humanitarian catastrophe. After skirmishes outside the town of Bentiu earlier this week, rebels on Wednesday launched the first major attack on a town for months, with aid workers nearby reporting heavy machine gunfire and explosions. Defence Minister Kuol Manyang said there were "a lot of wounded people" in Bentiu but insisted the army was in control of the town, although aid workers outside the town on Thursday said "heavy fighting" continued.



Parents of Mexico missing meet with president

Parents of missing students holding pictures of the missing, attend the press conference after a meeting with Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto in Mexico, City, Wednesday Oct. 29, 2014. President Enrique Pena Nieto met with parents of 43 teachers college students Wednesday for the first time since they disappeared over a month ago, when investigators say police detained the students and handed them over to a drug gang. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto met with parents of 43 missing teachers college students for the first time since they disappeared, apparently handed over to a drug gang by city police more than a month ago.



Company: German man kidnapped in Nigeria is free
BERLIN (AP) — The company that employed a German man kidnapped in Nigeria last week says he has been freed.
Officials say North Korea to quarantine all arriving foreigners for 21 days over Ebola fears
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — Officials say North Korea to quarantine all arriving foreigners for 21 days over Ebola fears.
UN chief launches campaign to end female genital mutilation

Kenyan Maasai women gather during a meeting dedicated to the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM), on June 12, 2014, in EnkorikaUN chief Ban Ki-moon launched Thursday a global campaign to end the often deadly practice of female genital mutilation within a generation, as survivors said it had "shattered" their lives. "The mutilation of girls and women must stop in this generation, our generation," Ban said on a visit to the Kenyan capital Nairobi. "Men and boys must also be encouraged to support the fight against FGM -- and they should be praised when they do." FGM ranges from the hacking off of the clitoris to the mutilation and removal of the entire female genitalia, and is carried out from the youngest babies to teenagers.



Sri Lanka says no hope finding mudslide survivors
KOSLANDA, Sri Lanka (AP) — Hundreds of desperate Sri Lankan villagers clawed through the wreckage of a deadly landslide Thursday, defying police orders after a top disaster official said there was no chance of finding more survivors in the broken red earth of the high-elevation tea plantation.
Wales flanker Dan Lydiate to leave Racing Metro
PARIS (AP) — Wales flanker Dan Lydiate is returning to his native country after agreeing an early termination of his contract at French club Racing Metro.
Top Asian News at 1:00 p.m. GMT
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — Japan is not exactly Ebola country, but when a high-level delegation from Tokyo arrived in Pyongyang this week, two of the first people they met were dressed in full hazmat gear. North Korea is always on guard against outside influences, but now that it perceives the deadly disease to be a threat, its anxiety has reached a new level. It has banned tourists, is mulling strict quarantine requirements, has put business groups on hold and is looking even more suspiciously than usual at every foreign face coming across its borders.
Hundreds of Iraqi tribesmen opposed to Islamic State found in mass graves

a member of SahwaBAGHDAD (Reuters) - The bodies of 150 members of an Iraqi Sunni tribe which fought Islamic State have been found in a mass grave, security officials said on Thursday. Islamic State militants took the men from their villages to the city of Ramadi and killed them on Wednesday night and buried them, an official in a police operations center and another security official told Reuters. In a separate case, witnesses said they found 70 corpses from the same Albu Nimr tribe near the town of Hit in the Sunni heartland Anbar province. Security officials there were not immediately available for comment. ...



France calls for end to violence in Burkina Faso
PARIS (Reuters) - France called for calm in Burkina Faso on Thursday after thousands of people stormed the parliament building and state television offices in reaction to a project to remove current limits on presidential terms. At least three protesters were shot dead and several others wounded in the violence. "We deplore the violence that has taken place in and around the National Assembly," said France's foreign affairs ministry in an online briefing. "We call for a return to calm and ask all parties to show restraint. ...
Group says militants killed 600 Iraqi prisoners
BAGHDAD (AP) — An international rights group says Islamic State militants carried out a mass killing of hundreds of Iraqi prison inmates when they seized the country's second-largest city of Mosul in June.
Greece drops Samaras for Euro 2016 qualifier
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greece coach Claudio Ranieri has dropped striker Georgios Samaras from the national team after a dismal start to European Championship qualifying.
Burgess to try out different positions in union

Bath's new signing Sam Burgess poses for a photograph after a press conference at the Recreation Ground, Bath, England Thursday Oct. 30, 2014. Rugby League star, Burgess is switching codes to join English rugby union team Bath. (AP Photo/PA, Adam Davy) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVESBATH, England (AP) — Code-hopping rugby star Sam Burgess will be tested in different positions by Bath as he looks to find his best role in union in time to secure a place in England's 2015 World Cup squad.



Amid murder case, Philippines says US pact stays

FILE - In this Oct. 18, 2014 file photo, a U.S. Marine walks past a helicopter as Filipino activists stage a rally near their ship, the USS Peleliu at the Subic Bay free port, about 80 kilometers (50 miles) northwest of Manila, as they place a subpoena on barb wires for accused U.S. Marine Pfc. Joseph Scott Pemberton who is said to be detained on the ship after being allegedly killing transgender Jennifer Laude inside a motel in Olongapo. A security pact that allows thousands of American troops to join large-scale combat exercises in the Philippines is "imperfect" but Manila is unlikely to amend it, the country's top diplomat said Thursday, Oct. 30. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila, File)MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A security pact that allows thousands of American troops to join large-scale combat exercises in the Philippines is "imperfect" but Manila is unlikely to amend it, the country's top diplomat said Thursday.



BBC Sports News

Burgess to be utility player at Bath

Pellegrini 'worried' before derby
Man City "lack trust" before Man Utd clash.
I know what I am doing - Pardew
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew assures critical fans of his ability after his side knock holders Manchester City out of the League Cup.
The Rumble in the Jungle revisited
On the 40th anniversary of Muhammad Ali v George Foreman in Kinshasa, Zaire, BBC Sport speaks to those who were there.
Burgess will succeed, says Robinson

Pietersen claims sadden England pair
England bowlers Stuart Broad and James Anderson say they are saddened by Kevin Pietersen's claims of a bullying culture.
BBC to show Warrington FA Cup tie
Warrington Town's FA Cup first-round tie against Exeter City will be televised live on BBC Two.
Clark appointed Blackpool manager
Championship side Blackpool appoint ex-Birmingham City boss Lee Clark as their new manager on a one-year rolling deal.
Ferdinand suspended & fined £25,000

Lydiate to return to Welsh rugby
Racing Metro announce Dan Lydiate is to return to Wales after reaching a mutual agreement with the French club.
Clubs want Qatar World Cup in spring
Europe's leading clubs will next week ask Fifa to hold the Qatar 2022 World Cup between 28 April and 29 May.
Signeul demands bravery from Scots
Scotland must overturn a 2-1 deficit against the Netherlands in the second leg of their World Cup play-off semi-final.
Manchester City 0-2 Newcastle United
Holders Manchester City are knocked out of the League Cup as Newcastle earn their first win in 12 attempts at the Etihad.
Stoke City 2-3 Southampton
Southampton reach the last eight of the League Cup for the first time in 10 years at the expense of 10-man Stoke City.
Murray on brink of World Tour Finals
Andy Murray moves to within one win of securing a World Tour Finals place after beating Julien Benneteau in Paris.
Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Brighton & Hove Albion
Tottenham beat Championship Brighton 2-0 at White Hart Lane to reach the quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup.
Celtic 6-0 Partick Thistle

Weepu does not regret Welsh move
New Zealand World Cup-winner Piri Weepu does not regret his move to London Welsh, despite eight successive losses.
Bournemouth draw Liverpool in Cup
Championship side Bournemouth will play Liverpool in the quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup.
Rush backs Bale to break goal record
Wales' all-time top scorer Ian Rush hopes Gareth Bale or Aaron Ramsey can break his international goalscoring record.

BBC Americas News

US Ebola nurse defies quarantine
A US nurse who returned from treating patients in Sierra Leone defies a voluntary quarantine order, leaving her house in Maine for a bike ride.
US posts better-than-expected growth
The US economy grew at an annual rate of 3.5% in the third quarter, a better figure than economists were expecting.
Giants beat Royals in World Series
San Francisco Giants claim their third World Series in five years with a 3-2 win over Kansas City Royals and a 4-3 series triumph.
Rocket makers probe US explosion
The builders of an unmanned supply rocket which exploded on the way to the International Space Station have vowed to find the cause of the failure.
Lava flow creeps toward Hawaii homes
Rain has helped tamp down smoke from a creeping lava flow, which continues to threaten residents of a Hawaiian village.
US Fed ends QE stimulus programme
US Federal Reserve announces an end to the quantitative easing stimulus programme begun in 2008 as economic recovery takes hold.
Collins hands over Alamo artefacts
Singer Phil Collins hands over his large collection of Alamo memorabilia to a Texas museum, calling the donation the end of a six-decade "journey".
'Operation' inventor needs operation
The American inventor of the popular board game Operation is in desperate need of money to pay for a real-life operation.
Ex-baseball star in gun accident
Retired baseball star Jose Canseco undergoes surgery after nearly shooting off his finger by accident, police and his fiancee say.
White House computers 'hacked'
US security services are reportedly investigating the breach of an unclassified network.
Canada 'grateful' to Cpl Cirillo
Canadian PM Harper tells mourners the nation is deeply grateful to Cpl Nathan Cirillo, the young soldier killed by a gunman in Ottawa last week.
VIDEO: Why is the US election so costly?
The US mid-term election is projected to be the most expensive ever, and the BBC takes a look at where the millions of dollars comes from.
VIDEO: 'US may see more Ebola cases' - Obama
President Obama has said the United States may see more cases of Ebola, , saying it was essential America and other countries join the fight against the disease in Africa.
VIDEO: Moment unmanned rocket explodes
An unmanned cargo rocket has exploded seconds after lifting off from a commercial launch pad in Virginia.
VIDEO: 1000C lava reaches homes in Hawaii
A lava flow from the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island is now drawing close to homes.
VIDEO: Obama: US 'must support health workers'
President Obama says that the United States must support health workers who are going to "the frontline" of the fight against Ebola.
VIDEO: Ebola: 'NY doing everything possible'
New York's governor says that everything possible is being done to prevent cases of the Ebola virus in the city.
VIDEO: Sting's Broadway musical debut
British pop star Sting makes his debut as a Broadway composer and lyricist in a musical called The Last Ship.
VIDEO: Beard champ celebrates with flowers
More than 300 men from nine different countries have gathered in the United States for the World Beard and Moustache championships.
VIDEO: Millions of wild pigs run amok in US
Wild hogs are running amok across large parts of the US, causing an estimated $1.5 billion in damage each year. BBC Pop Up looks at ways to control the pig population.
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