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BBC World News

Munich shooting: Police appeal for video evidence
Police in the German city of Munich urge the public to submit any video evidence as they seek a motive for Friday's gun attack which killed nine people.
Turkey extends detention without charge to 30 days
Turkey's president extends the period in which suspects can be detained without charge to 30 days and orders the closure of more than 1,000 schools.
Brexit: Cameron considered last-ditch appeal to Merkel
David Cameron made a late appeal to the German chancellor for a statement granting free movement concessions if the UK voted Remain, Newsnight learns.
Hillary Clinton selects Tim Kaine as her running mate
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has selected Tim Kaine, a centrist senator from Virginia, as her running mate.
China floods: At least 78 killed and 'millions homeless'
Floods in north and central China have killed at least 78 people, with scores of others reported missing, officials and state media say.
Russian balloonist 'breaks Fossett's round-the-world record'
A Russian balloonist has set a new record of 11 days for flying non-stop around the world, his support crew says.
Manson follower Leslie Van Houten denied parole by California governor
California Governor Jerry Brown denies parole for Leslie Van Houten, a former follower of Charles Manson serving a life prison term for murder.
India aid worker freed in Afghanistan rescue operation
An Indian aid worker kidnapped in Afghanistan more than a month ago is freed unharmed from her hostage takers in a rescue operation.
Post-Brexit hate crime 'far too high'
More than 6,000 hate crimes have been reported to police in England, Wales and Northern Ireland in the wake of the EU referendum, figures show.
London Anniversary Games: Usain Bolt powers to 200m win
Usain Bolt wins the 200m at the London Anniversary Games in 19.89 seconds to prove his fitness for the Olympics.
Major delays for English Channel ferries
Passengers heading for the continent are facing major delays at the Port of Dover due to increased French security checks.
Teenage boys in Rottingdean school skirt protest over hot weather
Four teenage boys who were disciplined for wearing PE shorts to school on the hottest day of the year so far, stage a protest by wearing skirts instead.
Munich shooting: How mall attack unfolded
At least nine people have been killed after a gun attack at a shopping mall in Munich, Germany.
Turkey's Deputy PM Nurettin Canikli warns of more arrests
Turkey's deputy prime minister says the plotters behind last week's failed coup had infiltrated all ministries and more arrests will follow.
MH370: 'My brother did not commit this heinous crime'
The sister of the pilot of missing flight MH370 denies that her brother would have deliberately crashed the plane.
Meet 'Graham': How we might look if we evolved for car crashes
Graham is a sculpture of how humans would need to evolve to survive low-impact car crashes.
Large heath butterfly unfurls its wings
After three years of careful captive breeding, scientists from Chester Zoo say they have established a wild colony of a rare butterfly at Heysham Moss in Lancashire.
How would Republicans build Trump's wall?
We asked Republican delegates for specifics on how they think Donald Trump's Mexican wall should (or could) be built.
Nice motorbike hero relives moments with attacker
A man filmed trying to stop the lorry attack in Nice speaks out for the first time about how he fought the killer.
Usain Bolt: 60 second hula hoop challenge
BBC Breakfast put Olympic sprinting legend Usain Bolt on the spot with 60 seconds of quick-fire questions.

Yahoo World News

German-Iranian gunman kills nine in Munich, then himself: police

The entrance of a McDonalds restaurant is seen near the Olympia shopping mall, where yesterday's shooting rampage started, in MunichBy Karin Strohecker, Jens Hack and Joern Poltz MUNICH (Reuters) - An 18-year-old German-Iranian gunman who apparently acted alone opened fire near a busy shopping mall in Munich on Friday evening, killing at least nine people in the third attack on civilians in Western Europe in eight days. As authorities sought to piece together the circumstances of an attack behind which they had found no immediate evidence of an Islamist motive, Munich police said they would hold a 0930 GMT (5.30 am ET) news conference. Chancellor Angela Merkel is due to meet her chief of staff Peter Altmaier, Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere and intelligence officials on Saturday to review the incident.

Heavy rain in China kills at least 87, thousands evacuated

A woman cries as she holds a pig rescued from a flooded farm in XiaoganHeavy rain in China has killed at least 87 people and forced thousands from their homes, state media reported on Saturday. Seventy-two people have been killed and 78 are missing in the northern province of Hebei after rain triggered floods and landslides, the Xinhua news agency reported, citing the civil affairs department. In the central province of Henan, 15 people were killed and eight were missing after thunderstorms and strong winds forced 72,000 people from their homes and damaged 18,000 houses, Altogether about 8.6 million people have been affected by the flooding, according state media and local government reports.

Turkey's Erdogan orders closure of more schools, extends detention period

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan attends an interview with Reuters at the Presidential Palace in AnkaraTurkish President Tayyip Erdogan has ordered the closure of more than 1,000 private schools and extended the period in which some suspects can be detained without charge, in his first decree since declaring a three-month state of emergency. Erdogan declared the state of emergency late on Wednesday saying it would enable authorities to swiftly and effectively root out supporters of last weekend's failed military coup in which at least 246 people were killed. The state of emergency allows the president and government to pass laws without first having to win parliamentary support and also allows them to curb or suspend rights and freedoms as they deem necessary.

Islamic State said to shun withdrawal offer in surrounded Syrian city

A general view shows the south eastern city of Manbij, in Aleppo Governorate, SyriaIslamic State appeared to have shunned an offer for its fighters to withdraw safely from the Syrian city of Manbij and clashes with U.S.-backed forces raged ahead of its expiry, a spokesman for Washington-backed forces said on Saturday. The Syria Democratic Forces alliance, made up of Arab and Kurdish fighters and backed by the United States, made rapid advances against the jihadists last month after launching a campaign to flush them out of territory along the Turkish border, through which they had for years moved weapons and fighters. The SDF quickly surrounded Manbij, but the fight to take the city has been tougher, with slow advances inside it in recent weeks.

Malaysian police say bomb plot on top officers foiled, 14 held
Malaysian authorities said on Saturday they had foiled a bomb attack on top police officers and arrested 14 suspected Islamic State (IS) operatives in a week-long operation. The suspects included a senior IS member who is believed responsible for recruiting a Malaysian IS militant, Abu Ghani Yaacob, who was killed in Syria on April 17, Inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar said in a statement. "Based on a search, police managed to seize one completed IED weighing one kilogram, for use in a planned attack on the top PDRM leadership," Khalid said in a statement, using the Malay acronym for the Royal Malaysian Police, and referring to an improvised explosive device, or bomb.
Kerry's Syria plan with Russia faces deep skepticism in U.S., abroad

U.S. Secretary of State Kerry meets with Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov in MoscowBy Yara Bayoumy, Jonathan Landay and John Walcott WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Skeptics in the U.S. government, European allies in the anti-Islamic State coalition and the main Syrian opposition, distrustful of Russia's intentions, are questioning Secretary of State John Kerry’s latest proposal for closer U.S.-Russian cooperation against extremist groups in Syria. Several U.S. military and intelligence officials called the plan naive, and said Kerry risks falling into a trap that Russian President Vladimir Putin has laid to discredit the United States with moderate rebel groups and drive some of their fighters into the arms of Islamic State and other extremist groups.

Top Asian News 8:59 a.m. GMT
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — An official says a Russian balloonist has landed safely in the Australian Outback after claiming a new world record for flying solo around the world nonstop in 11 days. Flight coordinator John Wallington says Fedor Konyukhov landed on Saturday 160 kilometers (100 miles) east of the town of the Northam, where he started his journey on July 12 and about three hours after he flew over it on his return.
Russian balloonist lands safely in Australia after 11 days

In this Tuesday, July 12, 2016 photo released Wednesday, July 20, 2016 by Morton, Russian adventurer Fedor Konyukhov floats at more than 6,000 meters (20,000 feet) above an area close to Northam in Western Australia state in his helium and hot-air balloon as he makes a record attempt to fly solo in a balloon around the world nonstop. Konyukhov, 65, was battling sleep deprivation, freezing temperatures and ice in his oxygen mask as he nears the end of his record attempt to fly solo around the world nonstop, his son said on Wednesday July 20, 2016. (Oscar Konyukhov/Morton via AP)CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — An official says a Russian balloonist has landed safely in the Australian Outback after claiming a new world record for flying solo around the world nonstop in 11 days.

Authorities in China say at least 112 dead, 91 missing from this week's torrential rains
BEIJING (AP) — Authorities in China say at least 112 dead, 91 missing from this week's torrential rains.
Iraq records hottest day so far this year in Basra city
BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraq's state-run Meteorological Department says it has registered the record hottest day so far this year, with maximum temperatures hitting 53.9 degrees Celsius (129.02 Fahrenheit) in the southern city of Basra.
Members of Afghan Hazara minority protest in Kabul over power line route

Demonstrators from Afghanistan's Hazara minority attend a protest in Kabul, AfghanistanBy Mirwais Harooni KABUL (Reuters) - Thousands of people from Afghanistan's Hazara minority demonstrated in the capital Kabul on Saturday to demand changes to the route of a planned multi-million dollar power transmission line. The demonstrators are demanding that the 500 kV transmission line from Turkmenistan to Kabul be rerouted through two provinces with large Hazara populations, an option the government says would cost millions and delay the badly needed project by years. Waving Afghan flags and chanting slogans like "Justice! Justice!" and "Death to discrimination!", demonstrators gathered near Kabul University, several kilometers from the main government area, which police sealed off.

'Lone' Munich shooter kills nine in mall rampage

Shoppers rushed away from the Olympia Einkaufzentrum (OEZ) shopping mall in Munich late on Friday as the building was surrounded by armed police and emergency vehiclesThe gunman who went on a deadly rampage at a busy Munich shopping centre before committing suicide was a German-Iranian teenager who probably acted alone, police said Saturday. Nine people were killed and 16 wounded as the gunman brought terror to Germany's third largest city on Friday evening, the third attack on civilians in Europe in eight days. "Bloodbath in Munich," was the headline on the best-selling Bild newspaper as shockwaves reverberated across the continent.

Series of attacks may lead mall owners to increase security

GERMANY OUT In this grab taken from video, police officers stand outside a McDonald's restaurant, near the mall, in Munich, Germany, Friday, July 22, 2016. A manhunt was underway Friday for a shooter or shooters who opened fire at a shopping mall in Munich, killing and wounding several people, a Munich police spokeswoman said. The city transit system shut down and police asked people to avoid public places. (NONSTOP NEWS via AP)NEW YORK (AP) — Attacks such as the one in a Munich shopping mall and at a nearby McDonald's Friday may lead mall owners to increase their security or even persuade global brands to focus expansion plans on the U.S. rather than Europe.

Afghan capital locked down for large demonstration

Thousands of demonstrators march towards the center of Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, July 23, 2016. Afghan authorities have closed off streets across the capital Kabul as they prepare for a demonstration by ethnic Hazaras demanding a planned power line be rerouted through their poverty-stricken province. (AP Photos/Massoud Hossaini)KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Main roads across the Afghan capital Kabul have been blocked by authorities as thousands of ethnic Hazaras marched on Saturday through the city demanding a planned power line be rerouted through their poverty-stricken province.

Clinton picks Tim Kaine, sturdy senator, for running mate

US Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign rally with US Senator Tim Kaine, in Annandale, VirginiaHillary Clinton tapped Tim Kaine, a popular Spanish-speaking senator from the swing state of Virginia, to be her running mate in the White House showdown against Donald Trump. The pick comes three days before the start of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, where Clinton -- and now Kaine -- will be elevated as the nominees to the party's presidential ticket.

Canberra Raiders into NRL's top 4 for 1st time in decade
SYDNEY (AP) — Canberra moved into the National Rugby League's top four for the first time in more than a decade with a 26-22 extra-time win over the New Zealand Warriors on Saturday.
IMF urges key G20 countries to spend more for growth

International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing-Director Christine Lagarde (C) arrives to take part in a meeting of G20 finance ministers, in Chengdu, China's south-western Sichuan province, on July 23, 2016The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned risks to the global economy are growing, as it called on some G20 nations to boost government spending. Central bank chiefs and finance ministers from the world's top 20 economies gathered in the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu on Saturday to tackle a slowing global economy facing new uncertainties with Britain voting to leave the European Union (EU). "Global growth remains weak, and downside risks have become more salient," the IMF said in a report released ahead of the G20 meeting.

Indian defense chief joins search for air force plane

FILE- In this Thursday, Oct. 8, 2009, file photo, an Indian Air Force's (IAF) AN-32 transport aircraft releases chaff as it flies past the IAF Day Parade in New Delhi, India. A spokesman for India's defense ministry says the Indian air force has lost contact with a transport plane AN-32 with 29 people on board. A massive search by the air force, navy and coast guard has been launched. (AP Photo/Mustafa Quraishi, file)NEW DELHI (AP) — India's defense minister is joining an aerial search of the Bay of Bengal for an air force transport plane that disappeared with 29 people aboard.

MH370 pilot flew similar doomed route on home simulator: report

Malaysia, Australia and China, the three nations leading the search, admit that hope of finding the missing MH370 flight's final resting place is 'fading'The pilot who flew missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which is believed to have gone off route and crashed in the Indian Ocean, conducted a simulation of a similar path just weeks prior, New York magazine reported. Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the highly respected airman at the helm of the plane, used an elaborate home-built flight simulator to steer himself over the Strait of Malacca and into the remote southern Indian ocean, a course with striking resemblance to the route MH370 is believed to have taken. The finding, which casts a shadow of suspicion over the 53-year-old pilot, was published Friday by New York magazine, which obtained a confidential document from Malaysian police investigating the incident.

Iran condemns Munich mall attack

Police secures an area around Olympia shopping mall in Munich, on July 22, 2016, following a shootingIran on Saturday condemned a shooting spree at a busy shopping centre in Munich by a teenage German-Iranian gunman who killed nine people before committing suicide. Foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi denounced "the killing of innocent and defenceless people" and expressed Iran's solidarity with the German government and people, official IRNA news agency reported.

BBC Sports News

Sunderland: David Moyes replaces Sam Allardyce as manager
Former Everton and Manchester United boss David Moyes is named as Sam Allardyce's replacement as Sunderland manager.
Allardyce will give England different style - Rooney
England captain Wayne Rooney believes Sam Allardyce is a "good appointment" as manager of the national side.
Harrison breaks 28-year-old hurdles world record - highlights & report
American hurdler Keni Harrison breaks a 28-year-old world record in the 100m hurdles, clocking 12.20 seconds at the Olympic Stadium.
Pint-Sized TMS: England on top against Pakistan & honey funnies
Watch highlights of the first day's play in the second Test at Old Trafford as England reach 314-4 against Pakistan.
Bolt powers to 200m win as Muir breaks British record - highlights & report
Usain Bolt wins the 200m at the London Anniversary Games in 19.89 seconds to prove his fitness for the Olympics.
'If you're tired, you can make a mistake' - Tour de France Stage 20 guide
Stressful stages and dangerous descents - Chris Froome's team-mate Geraint Thomas takes us through the 21 stages of this year's Tour de France.
Johanna Konta beats Saisai Zheng to reach semi-finals in California
British number one Johanna Konta beats Saisai Zheng 6-2 4-6 6-3 to reach the Bank of the West Classic semi-finals.
Archive: Cassius Clay wins Olympic gold in Rome
BBC Sport continues the countdown to the 2016 Rio Olympic Games with the moment 18-year-old Cassius Clay wins the light heavyweight title at the 1960 Rome Games.
Ban Russia from Rio, says British IOC member
Russia should be banned from next month's Rio Games, says British International Olympic Committee member Adam Pengilly.
GB Paralympian Clegg told to wear blindfold
British Paralympic sprinter Libby Clegg is required to wear a blindfold at Rio 2016 after she is reclassified.
Reid takes tie to final hole despite absence of ill Hull
Mel Reid plays on her own in the International Crown fourballs because of Charley Hull's illness - and only loses by one hole to Japan.
Anniversary Games: Spectator breaks down after catching Usain Bolt's shoes
A female spectator at the Anniversary Games breaks down in tears after catching Usain Bolt's running shoes, following his victory in the 200m.
Shot clock, music & fewer clubs - European Tour to trial six-hole format
The European Tour is set to trial a new six-hole competition featuring a shot clock, music and fewer clubs in an effort to attract younger players.
World number 309 keeps share of Canadian Open lead
World number 309 Luke List and US Open champion Dustin Johnson remain tied for the lead after two days at the Canadian Open.
King George: Dartmouth bids to give Queen big win at Ascot
Dartmouth bids to give the Queen a landmark victory on Saturday in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot.
US PGA Championship 2016: Willett, Johnson, Stenson together
Masters champion Danny Willett, US Open winner Dustin Johnson and Open champion Henrik Stenson are grouped together for the US PGA Championship.
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Sam Allardyce: 'I can't stop smiling because I've got this job'
New England manager Sam Allardyce says he "can't stop smiling" after landing the role, which he says he has waited for "for many, many years".
Anniversary Games: Keni Harrison sets 100m hurdles world record
American hurdler Keni Harrison breaks the 100m hurdles world record at the Anniversary Games in the Olympic Stadium in London.
Anniversary Games: Usain Bolt wins 200m
Usain Bolt wins the 200m at the Anniversary Games and says he is "getting there" in his preparation for the Rio Olympic games.

BBC Americas News

Hillary Clinton selects Tim Kaine as her running mate
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has selected Tim Kaine, a centrist senator from Virginia, as her running mate.
Manson follower Leslie Van Houten denied parole by California governor
California Governor Jerry Brown denies parole for Leslie Van Houten, a former follower of Charles Manson serving a life prison term for murder.
Marijuana chemical contaminates Colorado town's water
Residents of a small town in the US state of Colorado are told not to drink tap water after THC, the psychoactive chemical in marijuana, is found in one of the area's wells.
US election: Donald Trump promises a 'safer' America
Donald Trump vows as president to confront and repel multiple threats facing the US, in his speech accepting the Republican nomination.
David Duke, former Ku Klux Klan leader, to run for Congress
David Duke - a former leader of the Ku Klux Klan - launches a campaign for an open seat in the US Senate amid a rise in racial tensions.
NBA moves North Carolina All-Star game over 'bathroom bill'
Basketball league will move 2017 All-Star game out of North Carolina in protest over controversial law restricting transgender people's use of public bathrooms.
Fox News boss Roger Ailes resigns amid sexual harassment charges
Embattled CEO of Fox News Roger Ailes resigns after a number of female employees accused him of sexual harassment.
Canada overhauls child benefits scheme
Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau has launched a long-awaited $22bn (£13bn) child benefits scheme to combat child poverty.
Miami police shoot black therapist
A black therapist looking after an autistic patient was shot and wounded by a police officer in North Miami, whilst lying on the ground with his hands raised.
Trump says US may abandon automatic protections for Nato countries
Republican candidate Donald Trump says that if he is elected president he may abandon a guarantee of protection to fellow Nato countries.
File-sharing 'mastermind' arrested in Poland
US authorities have charged a Ukrainian man alleged to be the mastermind of the world's biggest online piracy website.
WNBA: Three teams and players fined over commemorative black shirts
The WNBA fines three teams and their players for wearing black warm-up shirts to commemorate the recent shootings in America.
Bellwether county
Ottawa County in Ohio has voted for the eventual President since 1964. Now its residents appear to be favouring Donald Trump.
'Intimate terrorism'
In the aftermath of mass killings by lone attackers in Orlando and Nice, we take a look at the links between domestic violence, sexual identity and radicalisation.
Winning with whites
Donald Trump might have officially clinched his party’s nomination - but winning the country over could hinge on one key factor - demographics.
'Send me to Africa'
African-American man starts fundraising petition in response to racist comments.
Watching walruses
The largest database of walrus populations ever has gone live, following 160 years of observation and collaboration between Russian and US scientists.
US states sue Volkswagen over emission scandal
Three US states have taken legal action against Volkswagen in the wake of the carmakers emissions scandal.
TTIP: EU-US trade deal faces major challenges
The EU and the US agree the outline of a trade deal following a week of intensive TTIP negotiations - but there is still a lot of work to do.
Citigroup quarterly profits slide
Citigroup profits fell 14% in the second quarter on weakness at its consumer banking business, results show.
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