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BBC World News

Malaysia finds 139 'migrant graves'
A total of 139 grave sites of suspected migrants have been found in 28 trafficking camps close to Malaysia's border with Thailand, police say.
No referendum vote for EU citizens
EU citizens living in the UK will not be eligible to vote in the "in/out" referendum on Europe, except those from Ireland, Malta and Cyprus, the government says.
IS threat to rare bird near Palmyra
A rare bird may become extinct in Syria because of the capture of Palmyra by Islamic State, experts say.
Iraq will take back Ramadi 'in days'
Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says that the city of Ramadi could be taken back from Islamic State militants "in days".
Soldier opens fire at Tunis base
A Tunisian soldier is shot dead after opening fire on other troops at a military base in Tunis, the country's defence ministry says.
Israel ex-PM given prison sentence
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is sentenced to eight months in prison for fraud and breach of trust.
Spanish protest parties make gains
Protest parties make gains in Spain's local elections, depriving the governing People's Party of overall control of Madrid and other councils.
Polish president concedes election
Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski concedes the election to challenger Andrzej Duda after exit polls suggest he has lost the run-off vote.
Rain deluge hits southern US states
A deluge of rainfall bursts rivers and brings flood warnings to several southern US states, with Texas and Oklahoma the worst hit so far.
Details emerge about Sydney gunman
Details about the isolated life lead by gunman Man Haron Monis emerge from an inquest into last December's siege at the Lindt cafe in Sydney.
Australian jailed for raping tourist
An Australian man who imprisoned a Dutch backpacker in a hotel room for six weeks, repeatedly raping and beating her, is jailed for 17 years.
'Beautiful Mind' mathematician killed
Renowned mathematician John Nash, subject of the film A Beautiful Mind, dies in a New Jersey taxi crash with his wife.
VIDEO: Iraqi PM: Ramadi recapture 'in days'
Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said Mr Carter's comments were misinformed and that Iraqi forces were just days away from recapturing Ramadi.
VIDEO: Anti-austerity votes shake Spain
The governing People's Party in Spain has suffered heavy losses in regional and local elections.
VIDEO: Migrant's story of four months at sea
Kasuma Hatu, a Rohingya Muslim refugee from Myanmar describes her journey at sea from Myanmar to Langsa city in Indonesia.
VIDEO: First look in Japan's Sendai nuclear plant
Four years after the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl, Japan is about to return to using nuclear power.
VIDEO: Solar plane pilot set for six-day leg
The first round-the-world solar-powered flight, known as the Solar Impulse Two, is hoping to make the next and most difficult leg of its journey.
VIDEO: US floods 'largest in region's history'
A deluge of rainfall has burst rivers and brought flood warnings to several southern US states, with Texas and Oklahoma the worst hit so far.
VIDEO: Is Modi still India's cup of tea?
BBC News visited some tea stalls around Mumbai and asked ordinary Indians to rate Narendra Modi's first year in office.
VIDEO: Female activists cross Koreas' DMZ
A group of female activists have made a rare crossing through one of the world's most militarised borders to promote reconciliation between North and South Korea.

Yahoo World News

Iraq regains ground from Islamic State; mass deaths reported in Palmyra

A tank of the Iraqi army is seen on the outskirts of the city of FallujaBAGHDAD/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Iraqi forces recaptured territory from advancing Islamic State militants near the recently-fallen city of Ramadi on Sunday, while in Syria the government said the Islamists had killed hundreds of people since capturing the town of Palmyra. The fall of Ramadi and Palmyra, on opposite ends of the vast territory controlled by Islamic State fighters, were the militant group's biggest successes since a U.S.-led coalition launched an air war to stop them last year. The near simultaneous victories against the Iraqi and Syrian armies have forced Washington to examine its strategy, which involves bombing from the air but leaving fighting on the ground to local forces in both countries.



Syrian air force targets captured Palmyra city - monitor

A rebel fighter gestures as he shoots his weapon during clashes with forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad on the frontline of Aleppo's Sheikh Saeed neighbourhoodSyria's air force carried out at least 15 strikes in and around the central city of Palmyra early on Monday, targeting buildings captured by Islamic State, a group monitoring the war said. Fighters from the militant group overran the ancient city, the site of some of the world's best preserved Roman ruins, last week. This was in addition to at least 300 soldiers killed by Islamic State in fighting leading up to the city's capture, according to the Observatory's toll.



Only Iran is confronting Islamic State, paramilitary chief says
The general in charge of Iran's paramilitary activities in the Middle East said the United States and other powers were failing to confront Islamic State, and only Iran was committed to the task, a news agency on Monday reported. Major General Qassem Soleimani, commander of the elite Quds Force responsible for protecting the Islamic Republic's interests abroad, has become a familiar face on the battlefields of Iraq, where he often outranks local commanders. "Today, in the fight against this dangerous phenomenon, nobody is present except Iran," the Tasnim news agency quoted Soleimani as saying on Sunday in reference to Islamic State.
Malaysia finds 139 graves at 'cruel' jungle trafficking camps

Human remains are retrieved from a mass grave at an abandoned camp in Thailand's southern Songkhla provinceBy Praveen Menon WANG KELIAN, Malaysia (Reuters) - Malaysian authorities have found 139 graves, and signs of torture, in more than two dozen squalid human trafficking camps suspected to have been used by gangs smuggling migrants across the border with Thailand, the country's police chief said on Monday. The dense jungles of southern Thailand and northern Malaysia have been a major route for smugglers bringing people to Southeast Asia by boat from Myanmar, most of them Rohingya Muslims who say they are fleeing persecution, and Bangladesh. "It's a very sad scene... To us even one is serious and we have found 139," Malaysia's Inspector General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar told reporters at a news conference in the northern state of Perlis.



China lodges complaint with U.S. over spy plane flight

Still image from United States Navy video shows a U.S. Navy crewman aboard a surveillance aircraft viewing a computer screen purportedly showing Chinese construction on the reclaimed land of Fiery Cross Reef in the disputed Spratly IslandsChina said it had lodged a complaint with the United States over a U.S. spy plane that flew over parts of the disputed South China Sea in a diplomatic row that has fuelled tension between the world's two largest economies. Friction in the region has grown over China's land reclamation in the Spratly islands. China last week said it was "strongly dissatisfied" after a U.S. spy plane flew over areas near the reefs, with both sides accusing each other of stoking instability.



Portugal, like Europe, loses hunger for reform
By John O'Donnell and Axel Bugge SINTRA, Portugal (Reuters) - Celebrated among Europe's elite as a model of how to reform an economy after a debt binge, Portugal's enthusiasm for change has waned as Europe loses its appetite for further belt-tightening. With Greece's future in the euro uncertain, after its leftist government all but tore up a reform-for-aid deal, Europe's policy setters are putting an extra shine on other countries that were bailed out - in part to avoid a spillover. "l compared the case of Portugal to the film 'Match Point'," Jose Manuel Barroso, the former president of the European Commission, and one-time prime minister of Portugal, told Reuters, referring to Woody Allen's film.
Flooding in Texas and Oklahoma leaves at least three dead

Residents of hard-hit San Marcos city were ordered to evacuate their homes in the early morning as the flood waters rose menacingly around them, following torrential rain that turned normally bone-dry streets into meandering riversFlash flooding from record rains in Texas and Oklahoma left at least three people dead and destroyed hundreds of homes, authorities said Sunday, warning of more wild weather to come. In the Texan city of San Marcos, residents were ordered to evacuate their homes in the early morning as flood waters rose menacingly around them, following torrential rain that turned normally bone-dry streets into meandering rivers. As many as 400 homes in the surrounding area had been destroyed, authorities said, and San Marcos opened temporary shelters to host residents who could not return home.



Syria regime 'launches 15 air raids around Palmyra'

Beirut (AFP) - Syrian government aircraft launched at least 15 strikes in and around the ancient city of Palymra on Monday, following its fall to the Islamic State group, a monitoring group said.



It's a China office block, Jim, but not as we know it!

The NetDragon Websoft headquarters building, featuring the circular contours and tubular features of the USS Enterprise, pictured in Fuzhou, China's Fujian provinceA Chinese millionaire and self-confessed Star Trek fan has boldly gone where no man has gone before with the design of his company headquarters, erected in the shape of the USS Enterprise. It was built by "Trekkie" Liu Dejian, the boss of mobile Internet app developer NetDragon Websoft, at a cost of $160 million, the newspaper said. "An informed source at NetDragon told reporters that the building is called 'Enterprise'," the report added.



Sydney siege inquest: Gunman secretive, defiant narcissist

FILE - In this April 18, 2011 file photo, Man Haron Monis speaks to the media as he leaves the Downing Centre in Sydney after a pre-trial hearing where he is accused of sending offending letters to the families of soldiers killed in Afghanistan. The man who took 18 people hostage at a Sydney cafe last year was educated and erratic, secretive about his own life and public about his many grievances, and a self-obsessed fabulist who grew increasingly defiant as he edged closer to launching his deadly attack, lawyers told an inquest Monday, May 25, 2015. (Dean Lewins/AAP Image via AP, File) AUSTRALIA OUT, NEW ZEALAND OUT, NO ARCHIVE, NO SALESSYDNEY (AP) — The man who took 18 people hostage at a Sydney cafe last year was educated and erratic, secretive about his own life and public about his many grievances, and a self-obsessed fabulist whose life was spiraling downward in the lead-up to his deadly attack, lawyers told an inquest Monday.



Israel ex-PM Olmert gets 8 months for corruption: reports

Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert hugs a friend during his trial on May 25, 2015 at Jerusalem's District CourtA Jerusalem court sentenced former prime minister Ehud Olmert to eight months in prison on Monday, after convicting him of corruption in a March retrial, Israeli media reported. Lawyers for Olmert, who served as premier from 2006 to 2009, immediately announced they would appeal. The 69-year-old already faces a six-year prison sentence handed down in a separate bribery case which is currently the subject of an appeal to the supreme court.



Turkey says agrees deal with U.S. on air support for Syrian rebels
The United States and Turkey have agreed "in principle" to give air support to some forces from Syria's mainstream opposition, Turkey's foreign minister said, in what if confirmed could mark an expansion of U.S. involvement in the conflict. There was no immediate comment from U.S. officials on the assertion -- though Washington has so far refrained from committing to enforcing a "safe zone" for Syrian rebels, as it could be seen as a declaration of war on the Syrian state. The air support would protect Syrian rebel forces who have been trained by a U.S.-led program on Turkish territory, said minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.
Malaysia finds 139 graves in extensive migrant 'detention' camps

A Malaysian policeman mans an armoured vehicle at a security checkpoint in Wang Kelian near the Malaysia-Thailand border, on May 25, 2015Malaysian police said on Monday they had found 139 grave sites and 28 abandoned "detention" camps capable of housing hundreds of people, laying bare the grim extent of the region's migrant crisis. National police chief Khalid Abu Bakar said authorities were exhuming the remains and it remained unclear how many bodies may lie in the pits, located in a remote and hard-to-reach area of mountainous jungle along the Thai border. "(Authorities) found 139 suspected graves.



No human trafficking camps left in Thai south, police say
By Amy Sawitta Lefevre BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai police said on Monday there were no human trafficking camps left in southern Thailand following a month-long crackdown and the discovery of seven camps in mountainous jungle near the Thai-Malaysian border. The comments came hours after Malaysia's police said they had uncovered 139 graves thought to contain the remains of migrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh scattered around more than two dozen suspected trafficking camps near the border with Thailand. Earlier this month, 36 bodies believed to be of migrants from Bangladesh and Myanmar were found in Thailand's southern Songkhla province.
With pomp, government to outline planned new laws

The government's new legislative programme, including a referendum bill on leaving the EU, will be announced by Queen Elizabeth II at the opening of parliamentThe government's new legislative programme, including a referendum bill on leaving the EU, will be announced by Queen Elizabeth II Wednesday as parliament gets down to business after the Conservatives' election win. The mood of Westminster's grandest day is likely to be sunny as the queen comes to parliament in full ceremonial regalia and Prime Minister David Cameron's party basks in this month's surprise outright win over Labour, who are now hunting for a new leader.



In Mexico gunfight region, population lives in fear

Mexican soldiers stand guard at the entrance of the ranch where gunmen took cover during an intense gun battle with the police, along the Jalisco-Michoacan highway in Vista Hermosa, Michoacan State, on May 22, 2015The corn farmer said Friday's gunfight that killed 42 criminal suspects and one federal police officer made him even more afraid of working his plot of land in the violent region. The ranch was the scene of one of the bloodiest battles in nearly a decade of drug conflicts in Mexico, with burning vehicles blowing up and assault rifles echoing across corn fields. The shootout took place in Tanhuato, Michoacan state, near the border with Jalisco.



Ex-Israeli Premier Olmert sentenced to 8 months in prison

FILE - In this July 10, 2012 file photo, Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert speaks to the media after hearing the verdict in his trial, in Jerusalem's District Court. Olmert has been sentenced to eight months in prison for unlawfully accepting money from a U.S. supporter. The Monday, May 25, 2015, verdict in Jerusalem District Court caps a dramatic downfall of a man who only years earlier led the country and hoped to bring about a historic peace agreement with the Palestinians. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit, File)JERUSALEM (AP) — Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was sentenced Monday to eight months in prison for unlawfully accepting money from a U.S. supporter, capping the dramatic downfall of a man who only years earlier led the country and hoped to bring about a historic peace agreement with the Palestinians.



A look at former Israeli Premier Ehud Olmert's career

FILE - This May 13, 2014, file photo shows Israel's former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert at the Tel Aviv District Court in Israel. Olmert has been sentenced to eight months in prison for unlawfully accepting money from a U.S. supporter. The Monday, May 25, 2015, verdict in Jerusalem District Court caps a dramatic downfall of a man who only years earlier led the country and hoped to bring about a historic peace agreement with the Palestinians. (AP Photo/Finbarr O'Reilly, File)JERUSALEM (AP) — Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was sentenced Monday to eight months in prison in a case involving allegations he accepted cash-stuffed envelopes from an American supporter.



Son of Pakistan's president escapes bomb attack killing 3
QUETTA, Pakistan (AP) — Police say the son of Pakistan's president has escaped a roadside bomb attack unharmed after the blast killed three people and wounded 15.
Malaysia finds graves of suspected trafficking victims

Malaysian Anti-Smuggling Unit officers check on vehicles at the entry point of Malaysia - Thailand border in Wang Kelian, Malaysia on Sunday, May 24, 2015. Malaysian authorities said Sunday that they have discovered graves in more than a dozen abandoned camps used by human traffickers on the border with Thailand, where Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar have been held. (AP Photo/Joshua Paul)WANG KELIAN, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysian authorities said Monday they have discovered 139 suspected graves in a series of abandoned camps used by human traffickers on the border with Thailand where Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar were believed to have been held.



BBC Sports News

I'll go if owners want - Rodgers
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers accepts his future is in doubt after his side's 6-1 thrashing at Stoke City.
Garth Crooks's team of the season

'Confident' Murray set for Paris bow

'From dominance to desolation'
Lewis Hamilton finds strength from despair after Mercedes lose their bearings, says chief F1 writer Andrew Benson.
Ground-breaking Stokes thrills fans
Ben Stokes's memorable 85-ball century can help win back the public's affection for England, says Jonathan Agnew.
Asher-Smith sets British 100m record
Teenage sprinter Dina Asher-Smith becomes the fastest British woman in history - and says she can go quicker.
Argentine player dies after collapse
Argentine defender Cristian Gomez dies after collapsing during a game for his club Atletico Parana on Sunday.
Monday's gossip column
West Ham eye Ancelotti as Allardyce replacement, Arsenal set to sign Vidal, Klopp linked with Liverpool, plus more.
West Ham lay out new boss criteria
West Ham's owners want a manager who can "win trophies" to replace outgoing boss Sam Allardyce.
Mercedes apologise to Hamilton
Mercedes apologise to Lewis Hamilton for what they admitted was the strategic error that cost him victory in Monaco.
Bruce admits Hull 'not good enough'
Hull manager Steve Bruce admits his side were "not good enough" after being relegated to the Championship.
Formula 1 gossip
Ecclestone tells Rosberg why Hamilton is better for business, Horner says Red Bull are not leaving F1, plus more
Montgomerie wins third senior major
Colin Montgomerie wins the Senior PGA Championship for the second year in a row to claim his third senior major.
No permanent Man Utd deal for Falcao
Manchester United decide not to keep striker Radamel Falcao following the end of his season-long loan from Monaco.
Daley secures bronze at World Series
Britain's Tom Daley wins a bronze medal in the 10m platform at the Diving World Series in Canada.
Beckford joy after almost quitting
Jermaine Beckford says his hat-trick in Preston's play-off final win vindicated his decision to not retire this season.
Kirk edges out Spieth at Colonial
Chris Kirk cards a four-under-par 66 on the final day to win the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial.
Federer unhappy with Paris security
Roger Federer criticises French Open security after a spectator runs on to court and attempts to take a photograph with him.
Gloucester 40-32 Connacht
Gloucester beat Connacht after extra-time to set up a final Champions Cup play-off game against Bordeaux-Begles.
Montoya fights back to win Indy 500
Juan Pablo Montoya wins his second Indianapolis 500 after a recovery from 30th place following damage to his car.

BBC Americas News

'Beautiful Mind' mathematician killed
Renowned mathematician John Nash, subject of the film A Beautiful Mind, dies in a New Jersey taxi crash with his wife.
Rain deluge hits southern US states
A deluge of rainfall bursts rivers and brings flood warnings to several southern US states, with Texas and Oklahoma the worst hit so far.
US Senate blocks surveillance bill
The US Senate blocks a bill that would have extended bulk collection of phone records by the National Security Agency.
Unrest follows US police acquittal
US police say they have made multiple arrests in protests in Cleveland after an officer was cleared over the fatal shooting of an unarmed black couple.
California farmers agree water deal
California regulators accept an offer from farmers to reduce water usage by 25% in an effort to avoid deeper cuts in the state's battle with drought.
DC mansion murder suspect arrested
Daron Dylon Wint, who had previously worked for the victims' family business, was captured late Thursday in Washington DC.
US reality show taken off schedule
A US cable network pulls a long running reality TV show over allegations of sexual abuse by one of its members.
'Success kid' raises cash for dad
Sam Griner, whose image spawned the 'success kid' meme, is using his fame to raise cash to pay for medical treatment for his father.
Tribeca festival begins in New York
New York's Tribeca Film Festival kicked off on Wednesday with the world premiere of Saturday Night Live documentary, Live from New York!.
First set of Clinton emails released
State Department releases hundreds of emails - many relating to the attack in Benghazi, Libya - from Hillary Clinton's private email account.
VIDEO: US floods 'largest in region's history'
A deluge of rainfall has burst rivers and brought flood warnings to several southern US states, with Texas and Oklahoma the worst hit so far.
VIDEO: US policeman cleared over deaths
A US police officer who climbed onto the hood of a car and fired repeatedly at its unarmed occupants has been acquitted of manslaughter charges.
VIDEO: World's oldest woman turns 116
An American woman, said to be the oldest person in the world, is celebrating her 116th birthday on Saturday.
VIDEO: The view from One World Trade Center
The observatory of New York's One World Trade Center, which was built on the site of the twin towers destroyed in the 9/11 attacks, opens for visitors this month.
VIDEO: Letterman's final Late Show goodbye
David Letterman has presented his last edition of his late night talk show.
VIDEO: California oil spill spans nine miles
Two oil slicks, stretching nine miles, have formed off the coast of southern California in the US, after an onshore pipeline ruptured.
VIDEO: Closing the tech gender gap
In Silicon Valley men traditionally dominate, but all-women projects to help support and mentor entrepreneurs are having an impact.
VIDEO: Biker shoot-out: 'I hid in freezer'
Texas police say 170 people are to face organised crime charges after a bike-gang shooting that left nine people dead and 18 others injured.
VIDEO: California drought: Farms v homes
California is in the midst of a long drought and it does not have enough water.
Ben Carson wins Oklahoma straw poll
Republican activists give non-politician Ben Carson a boost after listening to Republican presidential hopefuls for three days.
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