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BBC World News

Solemn ceremony for MH17 victims
The Netherlands receives the first victims' bodies from crashed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in a solemn ceremony at Eindhoven air base.
UN warns of Israel Gaza 'war crimes'
UN human rights chief Navi Pillay says Israel may have committed war crimes in the Gaza Strip, while also condemning Hamas rocket attacks.
Dozens killed in Taiwan plane crash
More than 40 people were killed when a TransAsia Airways passenger plane crashed after making a failed emergency landing in Taiwan, local officials say.
Ban on flights to Tel Aviv renewed
The suspension of US and European airline flights to Israel's Ben Gurion airport after a nearby rocket attack has been extended for a second day.
Costa Concordia heads for scrapyard
The wreck of the Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia is being towed away for scrap, in one of the biggest maritime salvage operations ever staged.
S Leone chief Ebola doctor infected
The doctor leading the fight against Ebola in Sierra Leone is now being treated for the deadly virus, a statement from the presidency says.
Geldof died of heroin overdose
TV presenter Peaches Geldof died of a heroin overdose after relapsing from a period of abstinence, a coroner rules.
France jails pro-Palestinian rioters
A French court jails three young men for rioting after a pro-Palestinian demonstration in a mixed suburb of Paris degenerated into anti-Semitic violence.
Quarantine over China plague death
Part of a city in north-west China is sealed off and dozens of people placed in quarantine after a man died of bubonic plague, state media say.
Green light for Crimea gambling zone
Russian President Vladimir Putin signs a law setting up a gambling zone in Crimea, the territory Russia annexed from Ukraine in March.
Key bridge blown up in Nigeria
Militant Islamists are suspected to have blown up a major bridge in north-eastern Nigeria, disrupting transport links with Cameroon, local residents tell the BBC.
Cyber-theft hits eBay's Stubhub
The ticket reselling service Stubhub, owned by eBay, announces that more than 1,000 of its customer accounts have been broken into.
India MPs 'force-fed' Muslim worker
Both houses of India's parliament are adjourned in uproar after reports that some Hindu MPs tried to forcibly feed a Muslim man fasting for Ramadan.
SA rhino poacher jailed for 77 years
A South African rhino poacher is sentenced to 77 years in prison in one of the heaviest sentences aimed at curbing the illegal trade.
Somali musician-MP is shot dead
Popular Somali musician and member of parliament Saado Ali Warsame is shot dead by Islamist militants in the capital, Mogadishu.
S Korea ferry boss 'hid in closet'
The fugitive South Korean tycoon wanted in connection with the Sewol ferry disaster hid in a closet to evade arrest during a police raid, prosecutors say.
Glasgow ready for 2014 Games opening
The Queen will formally open the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in front of a 40,000 crowd at Celtic Park.
VIDEO: Time-lapse shows Costa on move
Time-lapse footage shows the wrecked Italian cruise ship, the Costa Concordia, being towed on its final journey to the port of Genoa for scrapping.
VIDEO: Hundreds die in Syria 'deadliest week'
More than 1,700 people have reportedly been killed in seven days as fighting in Syria intensifies.
VIDEO: Mayfly swarm fools radar
Millions of mayflies took to the air in Wisconsin, tricking radar into thinking it was raining

Yahoo World News

Gaza bloodshed deepens, airlines shun Israel
By Nidal al-Mughrabi and Crispian Balmer GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Gaza fighting raged on Wednesday, displacing thousands more Palestinians in the battered territory as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said indirect truce talks between Israel and Hamas had made some progress. While pressing a 15-day-old offensive, Israel scrambled to contain economic damage from a halt of flights to Tel Aviv's main airport by U.S. and European airlines spooked by the long-range rocket salvoes of Hamas and other Gaza Strip guerrillas. Adding to pressure on Israel, U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay said there was "a strong possibility" that it was committing war crimes in Gaza, where 668 Palestinians, mostly civilians, have died in the fighting.
Plane with first coffins of Malaysian airliner victims leaves Ukraine

People carry a coffin containing the remains of a Malaysia Airlines MH17 victim at Kharkiv airportA Dutch air force transport plane carrying the first 16 coffins with the remains of victims of the downed Malaysian airliner took off on Wednesday from an airport in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv for the Netherlands. Honorary guards placed wooden coffins on the plane after a short and somber ceremony held on the tarmac before it took off. All 298 people on board the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 perished when it was brought down last Thursday over rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine, where Kiev is struggling to quell a pro-Russian separatist rebellion. Russia has blamed Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko for the crash because he refused to extend a ceasefire with the separatist fighters.



TransAsia Airways plane crashes in typhoon-hit Taiwan, killing 47

Transasia airlinesBy Faith Hung and Michael Gold TAIPEI (Reuters) - A TransAsia Airways turboprop plane crashed on its second attempt at landing during a thunderstorm on an island off Taiwan on Wednesday, killing 47 people and setting buildings on fire, officials said. The aircraft took off from Taiwan's southern city of Kaohsiung, headed for the island of Makong, but crash-landed in Huxi township of Penghu County, the main island of the chain also known as the Pescadores. "It was thunderstorm conditions during the crash," said Hsi Wen-guang, a spokesman for the Penghu County Government Fire Bureau. According to an official at the Civil Aeronautics Administration, air traffic control reported that the inclement weather at the time of the crash did not exceed international regulations for landing.



Islamic State says carried out Baghdad suicide bombing

Residents gather at the scene of a car bomb attack in BaghdadIslamic State militants claimed responsibility on Wednesday for an overnight suicide bombing in a Shi'ite district of Baghdad which killed 33 people, one of the deadliest recent attacks in the Iraqi capital. The hardline Sunni Islamist group which has led an offensive through northern and western Iraq said the explosion in Kadhimiya, site of a major Sh'ite shrine, was carried out by a fighter it named as Abu Abdul-Rahman al-Tunisi (the Tunisian). The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a wave of bombings in Baghdad, including several blasts on Saturday which killed 27 people. Sunni fighters led by the Islamic State swept through most of Iraq's Sunni Muslim provinces towards Baghdad last month, their advance halted less than 100 km from the capital.



Bombs in Nigeria's Kaduna kill 82, ex-leader Buhari targeted

FILE:By Garba Muhammed KADUNA Nigeria (Reuters) - At least 82 people were killed on Wednesday in two bombings in the northern Nigerian city of Kaduna targeting opposition leader and former president Muhammadu Buhari at a busy market and a moderate Muslim cleric about to lead a crowd in prayer. The attacks bore the hallmarks of Islamist group Boko Haram but may also have been linked to politics ahead of 2015's elections. The deadlier blast targeted Buhari's convoy at the crowded Kawo market, his son told Reuters on the scene. Buhari was the main opposition party contender against President Goodluck Jonathan in the 2011 election and remains a key figure in the opposition alliance.



Exclusive: Ukraine rebel commander acknowledges fighters had BUK missile

Rebel commander Alexander Khodakovsky of the so-called Vostok battalion - or eastern battalion - speaks during an interview in DonetskBy Anton Zverev DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) - A powerful Ukrainian rebel leader has confirmed that pro-Russian separatists had anti-aircraft missiles of the type Washington says were used to shoot down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17. In an interview with Reuters, Alexander Khodakovsky, commander of the Vostok Battalion, acknowledged for the first time since the airliner was brought down in eastern Ukraine on Thursday that the rebels did possess the BUK missile system. He also indicated that the BUK may have originated in Russia and could have been sent back to remove proof of its presence. Before the Malaysian plane was shot down, rebels had boasted of obtaining the BUK missiles, which can shoot down airliners at cruising height.



Two Ukrainian fighter jets shot down over rebel-held territory

A Ukrainian SU-25 fighter jetBy Natalia Zinets and Gabriela Baczynska KIEV (Reuters) - Kiev said two of its fighter jets were shot down over the rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday, and the missiles that brought them down might have been fired from Russia. A spokesman for Ukraine's military operations said the planes were shot down near Savur Mogila, not far from where a Malaysian airliner was brought down last week, killing all 298 passengers on board. Ukraine's Security Council said the military jets were hit at the altitude of 5,200 meters by missiles that, according to preliminary information, were launched from Russia. The terrorists do not have such professionals," said Andriy Lysenko, the council's spokesman, referring to pro-Russian rebels fighting the government forces in eastern Ukraine.



Top airlines shun Israel for second day

A traveller stands in front of a departure time flight board displaying various cancellations at Ben Gurion International airport, near Tel Aviv, on July 23, 2014Major airlines shunned Israel for a second day on Wednesday while Washington renewed a ban on US flights to Tel Aviv due to the Gaza conflict. In a Notice to Airmen, or NOTAM, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) prohibited all flights by US operators to Ben Gurion International Airport for another 24 hours until 1615 GMT on Thursday. It issued its initial ban on Tuesday after a Hamas rocket fell on a neighborhood to the north of the airport, raising fears that a commercial flight risked being struck. Delta, United and US Airways all cancelled their scheduled flights for Wednesday, as did a raft of European carriers including Lufthansa.



FAA extends flight ban to Tel Aviv for U.S. airlines by 24 hours
(Reuters) - The Federal Aviation Administration on Wednesday extended a ban on U.S. airline flights to Israel's Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv by an additional 24 hours. A statement from the U.S. agency said the flight prohibition first issued on Tuesday remains in effect as it evaluates conditions. The FAA had banned U.S. flights to Tel Aviv in response to a rocket strike that landed near the airport. The FAA ban applies only to U.S. operators such as Delta Air Lines, American Airlines Group and United Airlines.
House Republicans: Send troops, speed removals

In this July 12, 2014, photo, Central American migrants ride a freight train during their journey toward the U.S.-Mexico border in Ixtepec, Mexico. The last time so few people were arrested at the country’s borders was 1973, when the Border Patrol recorded just fewer than 500,000 arrests. And the volume of people being arrested at the border remains dramatically lower than the all-time high of more than 1.6 people in 2000. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans want to slash President Barack Obama's emergency spending request for the U.S.-Mexico border, speed young migrants back home to Central America and send in the National Guard.



Iraq MPs stall presidential vote as violence rages

Iraqi lawmakers attend their first parliamentary session in Baghdad, on July 1, 2014Iraqi lawmakers on Wednesday postponed choosing a new president for their ailing country while air strikes, suicide car bombs and summary executions yielded their daily grim crop of bodies. A government air raid on the jihadist-held town of Sharqat nearly 300 kilometres (180 miles) northwest of Baghdad killed at least three women and a child, a senior army official told AFP. Also in Sharqat, IS gunmen killed a woman former candidate for parliament and wounded a women's rights activist, tribal and military sources said. Civilians have paid a heavy price for government air attacks on the IS, which conquered large swathes of Iraq's west and north in a devastating offensive last month.



Kerry says 'some progress' in Gaza truce efforts

An Israeli Merkava tank rolls near Israel's border with the besieged Palestinian territory on July 23, 2014Washington's top diplomat said global efforts to end 16 days of bloodshed in Gaza were progressing Wednesday as the fighting raged on and airlines suspended flights over rocket fears. As US and UN diplomats continued intensive diplomacy to end the violence, the Islamist Hamas movement hailed the suspension of Tel Aviv flights by many world airlines as a "great victory." "The success of Hamas in closing Israeli airspace is a great victory for the resistance, and is the crown of Israel's failure," spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said as traffic to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion airport slowed to a trickle after a rocket hit close to runways on Tuesday. As US Secretary of State John Kerry and UN chief Ban Ki-moon held talks in Jerusalem, they said they had pooled their efforts in the hope of boosting the quest for a truce in a conflict that has killed 685 Gazans, 34 Israelis and a Thai worker.



Officials rush to brush off sanctions impact after Putin ally's warning
By Darya Korsunskaya and Lidia Kelly MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian officials on Wednesday lined up to dismiss the economic impact of Western sanctions imposed for Moscow's role in the Ukraine crisis, saying they were "peanuts" compared to what their country had to face during Soviet times. In a show of unity a day after an ally of President Vladimir Putin warned that Russia's anti-Western rhetoric could derail the economy, ministers said growth had not been dampened by the sanctions which include measures against some major companies. "The sanctions in their current format don't have a macroeconomic effect," Andrei Belousov, the Kremlin's top economic adviser, told journalists. "My assessment is that we're in the vicinity of 1 percent (gross domestic product growth) and will stay there until the end of the year." Trade Minister Denis Manturov said the measures by the West could not drive Russia into the isolation of Soviet times.
AP NewsAlert
FLORENCE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona's top court temporarily halts murderer's execution as it considers last-minute appeal.
Lawyer: Nazi war suspect dies as extradition OK'd

the main gate of the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz I in PolandPHILADELPHIA (AP) — An 89-year-old Nazi war crimes suspect has died, the night before a judge ruled that he should be extradited to Germany to face trial, his lawyer said Wednesday.



Cilic, Rosol in Umag quarterfinals
UMAG, Croatia (AP) — Third-seeded Marin Cilic of Croatia beat Dutchman Igor Sijsling 7-5, 6-3 on Wednesday to reach the quarterfinals of the Croatia Open.
British reporter for Russian TV 'captured' by Ukraine: ministry

Pro-Russian separatists stand guard at their check-point near the eastern Ukrainian city of rebel stronghold Donetsk on July 23, 2014A British journalist reporting for a Russian television channel from conflict-torn eastern Ukraine went missing on Wednesday, with Moscow alleging he and another journalist were captured by Kiev's troops. Graham Phillips, a British national who works as a stringer for state-owned channel RT (formerly Russia Today), went to cover intense fighting around Donetsk airport Tuesday, but RT has had no contact with him since the early hours of Wednesday, it said. "According to available information, they have been captured by Ukrainian forces," the ministry statement said, calling it a "targeted provocation of Ukrainian authorities towards independent international journalists." Also on Wednesday, the US ambassador to Ukraine wrote on Twitter that a Ukrainian journalist had been abducted by pro-Russian rebels.



Israel detains soldiers after WhatsApp leaks about Gaza casualties
The Israeli military said on Wednesday it had detained several soldiers and a civilian on suspicion of leaking Gaza casualty figures over social media before families of the dead or wounded could be formally informed. A week into ground fighting with Hamas that has killed at least 32 soldiers, some Israelis complain of first learning their relatives were dead through WhatsApp, or of being misled by erroneous messages into believing they were among the toll. "Notifying a family of a soldier or officer who was killed in action is one of the most sensitive and well-planned procedures that exists in the military, as befits such a serious moment," the military said in a statement announcing the arrests following an investigation that it described has having employed "both open-source and undercover means". The army has revised its own official information regarding a soldier it initially reported as killed in Gaza on Sunday, but later designated as missing in action.
Top Asian News at 5:30 p.m. GMT
EINDHOVEN, Netherlands (AP) — Two planes carrying 40 coffins bearing victims of the downed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 landed Wednesday in the southern city of Eindhoven, and pro-Russian rebels shot down two fighter jets in Ukraine's restive east as fighting flared in the region. Six days after the Boeing 777 was shot down over the battlefields of eastern Ukraine, the first bodies finally arrived in the Netherlands, the country that bore the heaviest toll in a crash that killed all 298 passengers and crew.
Nigeria opposition leader Buhari target of a Kaduna attack

Military officers walk past the remains of a car after an explosion on July 23, 2014 in Kaduna, NigeriaNigerian opposition leader Muhammadu Buhari was the target of the second bomb attack in the northern city of Kaduna on Wednesday but escaped unhurt, an official said. Buhari, who also led Nigeria as a military head of state in the 1980s, "was the target" of the bombing in the Kawo area of the city, said Ahmed Maiyaki, the spokesman for Kaduna's governor.



BBC Sports News

Majka wins stage as Nibali extends lead

Sri Lanka cyclists spotted on motorway

Which sport are you made for? Take our test
Take our sports quiz and we'll have our best stab at suggesting which events from the Commonwealth Games could match your physical and mental abilities.
Wednesday's gossip column
Remy has Liverpool medical, Martinez working on Lukaku deal, Messi sounded out Arsenal, Campbell set for Palace switch, plus more.
Glasgow Games to be 'biggest and best'
Athletes from 71 nations will compete in the Commonwealth Games, which get under way with the opening ceremony on Wednesday.
Pearson set to miss 100m in Glasgow
Australia's Sally Pearson is "likely" to miss the 100m at the Commonwealth Games, but plans to compete in the 100m hurdles.
Prior 'hunted mercilessly' by media
The media played a part in wicketkeeper Matt Prior's decision to stand down from England duty, says Sussex boss Mark Robinson.
Feed firm launches morphine inquiry
A horse feed company launches an inquiry after five racehorses, including the Queen's mare Estimate, test positive for morphine.
Van Gaal criticises tour schedule

Trott makes century for Warwickshire
Jonathan Trott hits his first century for Warwickshire since leaving England's winter Ashes tour because of stress.
Low to stay on as Germany coach
Germany coach Joachim Low says he will remain in the post until at least the 2016 European Championship in France.
Ustinov named as Fury opponent
Tyson Fury will fight Alexander Ustinov on Saturday after the cancellation of his world title eliminator with Dereck Chisora.
Carroll ruled out of pre-season tour
West Ham striker Andy Carroll will miss the club's tour of New Zealand after suffering a sore left ankle.
Houvenaghel retires from cycling
Northern Ireland's Wendy Houvenaghel retires from cycling after pulling out of the Commonwealth Games with injury.
Contador to miss Vuelta a Espana
Alberto Contador rules himself out of the Tour of Spain following a setback in his recovery from a broken shin.
Irvine will carry N Ireland flag
World champion Martyn Irvine is chosen to carry the Northern Ireland flag at Wednesday's Commonwealth Games opening ceremony.
Cipriani 'happy to stay' at Sale
Sale and England fly-half Danny Cipriani says he would be open to extending his contract, which expires next summer.
Queen's horse fails drugs test

Man City U21s walk off in racism row

Cardiff accept two Campbell offers
Fraizer Campbell is poised to leave Cardiff City as the club accept offers from Leicester City and Crystal Palace.

BBC Americas News

Last victim of US mudslide found
Searchers in the US state of Washington locate what they believe to be the final missing body following a deadly mudslide in March.
White flags stump New York police
Authorities in New York are investigating who raised two large white flags on the towers of the Brooklyn Bridge early on Tuesday.
Loud welcome for loud US tourists
The business community in an Irish village roll out the red carpet to US visitors after a cafe owner refuses to serve "loud Americans".
Cyber-theft hits eBay's Stubhub
The ticket reselling service Stubhub, owned by eBay, announces that more than 1,000 of its customer accounts have been broken into.
Polar bear 'too old' for Canada move
An elderly, "depressed" polar bear is to stay in Argentina because he is too old, a zoo decides, rejecting a petition to move him to Canada.
US courts conflict on Obamacare law
Two US appeals courts give conflicting rulings regarding a federal regulation implementing key subsidies of President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law.
US court allows Arizona execution
The US Supreme Court clears the way for Arizona to execute a murderer who had sought information about the lethal drugs to be used to kill him.
Airlines suspend flights into Israel
US and European airlines suspend flights into Israel's Ben Gurion airport after Israeli police confirmed that a rocket landed one mile away.
Medal of Honor for Afghanistan hero
President Obama awards the Medal of Honor to a soldier who single-handedly fended off a Taliban attack after his comrades were killed or relocated.
Obama signs gay protection order
President Barack Obama signs an order banning federal government contractors from discriminating against gay and transgender workers.
YouTube star sued in copyright case
The entrepreneur is being taken to court for alleged copyright infringement by a record label whose own artist Kaskade has come forward to defend her.
Texas deploys troops to US border
Texas Governor Rick Perry orders 1,000 troops to the US border with Mexico, saying the federal government had failed to secure it.
VIDEO: Mayfly swarm fools radar
Millions of mayflies took to the air in Wisconsin, tricking radar into thinking it was raining
VIDEO: Widow wins tobacco payout
A US court has ordered the country's second largest cigarette company to pay $23.6 billion (£13.8bn) to the wife of a smoker who died of lung cancer.
VIDEO: Bill and Hillary Clinton's 52-year deal
Bill Clinton says he made a deal with his wife Hillary that after she supported his political career for 26 years, he would do the same whatever career she chose.
VIDEO: Filmmaker explores bank robber past
Tom Brook takes a look at the new film Evolution of a Criminal, an unusual insight into the events leading up to the bank robbery and subsequent imprisonment of Darius Clark Monroe.
VIDEO: The Manhattanhenge phenomenon
New Yorkers have witnessed "Manhattanhenge", a solar phenomenon during which all east-west streets on the city's grid system are spectacularly illuminated by the setting sun.
VIDEO: US marines test new robotic mule
US marines have tested a new robotic mule at the world's largest international maritime warfare exercise in Hawaii.
VIDEO: Glee star's Royal Albert Hall stand
Glee star Kristin Chenoweth brings Broadway to The Royal Albert Hall
AUDIO: Downton actor on anorexic wife's death
Actor David Robb, whose anorexic wife killed herself, says people should realise the illness affects older women too.
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