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BBC World News

'Jihadi John was cold and a loner'
The Islamic State fighter known as "Jihadi John" was cold and a loner who set himself apart from others, according to a man who met him in Syria.
Mass rally for Nemtsov in Moscow
Tens of thousands of people march in Moscow to honour Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, who was shot dead on Friday.
MH370 teams trial long-haul tracking
Three countries are to trial a new method of tracking planes, which could help avoid incidents like the disappearance of flight MH370.
IS frees 19 abducted Christians
Nineteen of the 220 members of an Assyrian Christian community kidnapped by Islamic State in Syria have been freed, activists say.
Estonia ruling party 'wins election'
Estonia's ruling party claims victory in national elections and is expected to form a governing coalition after defeating its pro-Russian rival.
Argentine leader hails lower debt
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner defends her economic policy in her last speech to Congress before she steps down in December.
'Hundreds' of S Sudan boys seized
Hundreds of South Sudanese boys have been kidnapped and forced to become child soldiers, the UN says, blaming a government-allied militia.
Nigerian mob kills bomb suspect
A young woman is beaten to death by a Nigerian mob in the belief she was on a suicide mission, in an area hit by Boko Haram attacks.
New avalanches strike Afghanistan
Fresh avalanches hit Afghanistan's Panjshir valley closing off areas already difficult to reach, local officials say, after the death of scores of people.
Samsung S6 phone has curved screen
Samsung confirms that one version of its new Galaxy S6 flagship smartphone will have a screen that curves round its sides
Prince William arrives in China
The Duke of Cambridge arrives in China for a four-day visit, becoming the first UK royal to visit the country in nearly 30 years.
Netanyahu goes to US for Iran speech
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu heads to Washington to argue against a nuclear deal with Iran, ahead of a controversial speech to Congress.
VIDEO: Museum displays Iraq's rich history
Iraq's national museum has reopened 12 years after it was closed following the American invasion of the country.
VIDEO: S6 Edge: First look at Samsung phone
Samsung shows off the Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone's new features to the BBC's Rory Cellan-Jones.
VIDEO: One-minute World News
Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
VIDEO: World record set at ploughing event
A new world record is achieved at the 100th Mullahead ploughing match in County Armagh.
VIDEO: Congressman pays 'Downton' decor costs
An American congressman has to pay back $40,000 of public money after re-decorating his office in the style of the period television drama Downton Abbey
VIDEO: Photographing black Britain
As a new exhibition about the experience of black British people opens in London, Jamaican-born Photographer Neil Kenlock speaks to the BBC about the show.
VIDEO: Missing Oscars dress 'found'
Police in California say they have found a dress which could be the one worn by actress Lupita Nyong'o at the Oscars.
VIDEO: Mariupol's volunteer defence force
Fighting has died down in Ukraine's Donetsk and Luhansk regions in recent days, after a ceasefire agreed between the government and pro-Russian rebels.

Yahoo World News

Russians march in memory of murdered Putin critic
By Polina Devitt and Maxim Rodionov MOSCOW (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of Russians marched through central Moscow on Sunday, carrying banners declaring "I am not afraid" and chanting "Russia without Putin" in memory of murdered Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov. Families, the old and young walked slowly, with many holding portraits of the opposition politician and former deputy prime minister who was shot dead while walking home from a nearby restaurant on Friday night. His supporters have blamed the authorities. "If we can stop the campaign of hate that's being directed at the opposition, then we have a chance to change Russia.
Netanyahu flies to U.S., signs of some easing of tensions over Iran speech

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu looks on before praying at the Western Wall, the holiest site where Jews can pray, in Jerusalem's Old City, Saturday Feb. 28, 2015. (AP Photo/Marc Sellem, Pool)By Matt Spetalnick and Dan Williams WASHINGTON/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The United States and Israel showed signs of seeking to defuse tensions on Sunday ahead of a speech in Washington by Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu when he will warn against a possible nuclear deal with Iran. Policy differences over the negotiations with Iran remained firm, however, as Netanyahu set off for the United States to deliver the speech, which has imperilled ties between the two allies. Israel fears that U.S. President Barack Obama's Iran diplomacy, with an end-of-March deadline for a framework accord, will allow its arch foe to develop atomic weapons -- something Tehran denies seeking.



Iraq says launches offensive on Islamic State north of Baghdad
By Dominic Evans BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's army and Shi'ite militia have launched a long-awaited offensive against Islamic State in Salahuddin province, a stronghold of the radical Islamist fighters north of Baghdad, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Sunday. The ultra-radical fighters control several strongholds in the mainly Sunni Muslim province of Salahuddin, including Tikrit, hometown of executed former president Saddam Hussein. They also hold other towns on the Tigris river, north of the government-held city of Samarra which Abadi visited on Sunday. ...
'Jihadi John' part of network linked to failed London bombers: court papers

A masked, black-clad militant brandishes a knife in this still image from videoBy Andrew Osborn LONDON (Reuters) - Islamist militant Mohammed Emwazi, identified as 'Jihadi John', was a member of a network in contact with one of the men convicted of trying to bomb the British capital's underground railway in 2005, according to the government. U.S. security sources last week identified the man, who appeared clad in black and brandishing a knife, as Mohammed Emwazi. The British government's view is set out in court papers, reviewed by Reuters and publicly available on the Internet, which refer to 2011 and 2013 British legal hearings concerning two of Emwazi's London associates, known only as Iranian-born "CE" and Ethiopian-born "J1." The court papers reported in the Observer and Sunday Telegraph newspapers, offer a fleeting glimpse of Emwazi's life in London before he left for Syria. One of the same network's members, "J1", spoke on the phone with Hussain Osman, one of the men convicted in connection with an unsuccessful attempt to blow up the London underground in 2005, on the day of the failed attack itself, the papers show.



Spanish PM hits back at Greek accusation of anti-Athens 'axis'

Spain PM Rajoy attends a party meeting in the Andalusian capital of SevilleBy Costas Pitas and Sonya Dowsett ATHENS/MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's centre-right Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy hit back on Sunday against accusations from Greece's leftist premier that Spain and Portugal had led a conservative conspiracy to topple his anti-austerity government. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Spain and Portugal had taken a hard line in talks on the euro zone extending the Greek bailout program because they feared the rise of the left in their own countries. "We found opposing us an axis of powers ... led by the governments of Spain and Portugal which for obvious political reasons attempted to lead the entire negotiations to the brink," Tsipras said. "Their plan was and is to wear down, topple or bring our government to unconditional surrender before our work begins to bear fruit and before the Greek example affects other countries," he said, adding: "And mainly before the election in Spain." Rajoy said Spain had shown solidarity with Greece as part of the euro zone by helping with its bailout and urged Greece to fulfil its obligations and keep its promises.



Cleared of cover-up charges, Argentine leader comes out swinging

Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner waves after arriving for the opening session of the 133rd legislative term of Congress in Buenos AiresIn mid-January Cristina Fernandez was accused of conspiring to cover up Iran's alleged role in the truck-bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center. Prosecutor Alberto Nisman said Fernandez conspired to whitewash the bombing in order to complete a grains-for-oil deal with Tehran.



Outspoken Indian preacher wins Saudi prize for service to Islam

An Indian television preacher who has called the 9/11 attacks an "inside job," received one of Saudi Arabia's most prestigious prizes on Sunday, for "service to Islam," during a ceremony at a luxury Riyadh hotel, city of Riyadh seen hereZakir Naik, president of the Islamic Research Foundation in India, was one of five recipients of the King Faisal International Prize from Saudi Arabia's King Salman during a ceremony at a luxury Riyadh hotel. The annual prizes are a project of the King Faisal Foundation, established in 1976 by the children of King Faisal bin Abdul Aziz who died in 1975. Naik was honoured for being one of the most renowned non-Arabic speaking promoters of Islam. He founded the Peace TV channel, billed as the world's only channel specialising in comparative religion.



Party of Lesotho's prime minister ahead in election results

A woman carries grain to feed for her animals in a field near Maseru, Lesotho, Sunday March 1, 2015, as the country awaits the results of elections held Saturday. The southern African nation held an early election aimed at overcoming tension among political factions that has led to violence among security forces since last year. (AP Photo)JOHANNESBURG (AP) — The party of Lesotho's prime minister on Sunday led in initial results from an election in the mountain kingdom, which held an early vote in an attempt to overcome tension among political factions.



Napoli loses 1-0 at Torino as Lazio closes in on 3rd spot

Lazio coach Stefano Pioli gives instructions to his players during a Serie A soccer match between Sassuolo and Lazio at Reggio Emilia's Mapei stadium, Italy, Sunday, March 1, 2015. (AP Photo/Marco Vasini)MILAN (AP) — Napoli missed the chance to move level with second-placed Roma as it lost 1-0 at Torino in Serie A on Sunday, while Lazio closed in on third place with the race for the final Champions League spot gathering pace.



Madrid stumbles to 1-1 draw with Villarreal in Spain

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo, celebrates his goal during a Spanish La Liga soccer match between Real Madrid and Villarreal at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, Sunday, March 1, 2015. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Real Madrid stumbled to a costly 1-1 draw with Villarreal at home on Sunday to tighten the Spanish league title race.



Broadcasters propose FIFA election debate to Blatter, rivals

FIFA president Sepp Blatter leaves after the International Football Association Board (IFAB) meeting in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015. Sepp Blatter wants the 2022 World Cup final in Qatar to take place no later than Dec. 18, a date that would avoid a conflict with the powerful Premier League over the Christmas schedule in England. The dates of the 2022 tournament will be confirmed in March by the FIFA executive committee, which Blatter heads. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)LONDON (AP) — Sepp Blatter and his three FIFA presidential election rivals have been invited to participate in a television debate by the BBC and Sky.



Top Asian News at 11:00 p.m. GMT
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — The yearlong search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has turned up no sign of the plane, but that doesn't mean it's been unproductive. It has yielded lessons and discoveries that could benefit millions, including coastal Australians, air and sea travelers and scientists trying to understand ancient changes to the earth's crust. The knowledge gained so far is of little comfort to family and friends of the 239 people still missing from the plane, which vanished last March 8 during a flight from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Beijing. While finding the plane remains the top priority for searchers and investigators, what they're learning along the way may prove valuable long after the search ends.
Reaction to the death of Minnie Minoso
CHICAGO (AP) — Reaction to the death of former Chicago White Sox outfielder Minnie Minoso:
Estonia's pro-NATO Reform party wins vote overshadowed by Russia

Voters at a polling station during a parliamentary election in Tallinn on March 1, 2015Estonia's governing pro-NATO Reform party came top in parliamentary elections Sunday, fought amid concerns over a militarily resurgent Russia, but analysts warned that forging a coalition would be challenging. President Toomas Hendrik Ilves is expected to ask Reform chief, outgoing Prime Minister Taavi Roivas, to build a coalition on the basis of the 30 seats his party won in the 101-member parliament. The centrist Reform party lost three seats, according to the official results. Meanwhile the opposition pro-Kremlin Centre party was up one seat to 27 and the outgoing Social Democrat junior coalition partners down four to 15.



Chelsea wins League Cup; Real Madrid and PSG held to draws

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo gestures during a Spanish La Liga soccer match between Real Madrid and Villarreal at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, Sunday, March 1, 2015. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)PARIS (AP) — Coach Jose Mourinho added some more silverware to his collection as Chelsea beat Tottenham to win the Capital One Cup.



New York City mayor marches in gay pre-St. Patrick's parade

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, center, waves the flag of Ireland as he marches beside Kerry Kennedy, third from left, during the all-inclusive St. Pat's For All parade in the Sunnyside, Queens neighborhood of New York, Sunday, March 1, 2015. The St. Pat's For All parade, which embraces diversity and inclusion, is considered an alternative to the New York City's official St. Patrick's Day parade on March 17. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)NEW YORK (AP) — New York Mayor Bill de Blasio told hundreds of participants at a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender-friendly St. Patrick's Day parade on Sunday that a society for all is one that embraces and respects everyone.



Australia says hunt for missing MH370 jet may be called off soon

Relatives of some of the Chinese passengers who were on board MH370 outline their demands to the airline in Kuala LumpurBy Matt Siegel CANBERRA (Reuters) - The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 cannot go on forever, Australia's deputy prime minister said, and discussions are already under way between Australia, China and Malaysia as to whether to call off the hunt within weeks. No trace has been found of the Boeing 777 aircraft, which disappeared a year ago this week carrying 239 passengers and crew, in what has become one of the greatest mysteries in aviation history. The search of a rugged 60,000 sq km (23,000 sq mile) patch of sea floor some 1,600 km (1,000 miles) west of the Australian city of Perth, which experts believe is the plane's most likely resting place, will likely be finished by May. Australian Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss told Reuters that a decision would have to be taken well before then as to whether to continue into the vast 1.1 million sq km area around the primary search zone if nothing has been found.



Argentine president: late prosecutor had also praised her

Soldiers of the Granaderos de San Martin regiment stand guard below a giant portrait of Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez hanging outside Congress during the inauguration of the 2015 legislative year in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Sunday, March 1, 2015. In her speech to Congress, Fernandez said prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who had accused her of a criminal cover-up, had also praised her. Nisman was found dead Jan. 18, hours before he was to meet legislators to elaborate on his allegations. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Argentine President Cristina Fernandez said Sunday the prosecutor who had accused her of a criminal cover-up had also praised her, characterizing the late Alberto Nisman's actions as contradictory in a sharply worded speech that included a rebuke of Israel over the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center.



Estonia's pro-NATO PM says his party wins election
TALLINN (Reuters) - Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas claimed victory for his pro-NATO center-right Reform Party in Sunday's election after voting overshadowed by worries about relations to neighboring Russia. "The Reform Party is the 2015 winner of the parliamentary elections," Roivas said on ETV public television. His party leads on 27.7 percent of the vote, ahead of the opposition pro-Moscow Centre Party with 24.8 percent with almost all votes counted. (Reporting By David Mardiste, writing by Alister Doyle; Editing by Alistair Scrutton)
Anti-Putin protesters rally in New York after Nemtsov's murder
By Sebastien Malo NEW YORK (Reuters) - Dozens of protesters rallied in New York City on Sunday near the Russian permanent mission to the United Nations to denounce the murder of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov, despite fear of reprisals to themselves or family members back in Russia. Many carried signs that read "Putin Plague of 21st Century" and "Stop Dictator Putin - Stop Murderers," referring to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is denounced as an autocrat by a small but vocal opposition. "I know a lot of people who are discouraged to come because they're scared that their pictures or names appearing in the news will cause problems for their relatives back in Russia," Dimitry Smelansky, a 50-year old engineer who traveled to New York from Boston to take part in the rally.

BBC Sports News

VIDEO: Match of the Day 2
Premier League highlights as defending champions Manchester City visit Liverpool and Arsenal host Everton.
Chelsea 2-0 Tottenham Hotspur

Ireland 19-9 England

How Man City let Liverpool duo shine

Real Madrid 1-1 Villarreal
Real Madrid's title hopes suffer a setback as Gerard Moreno's goal earns Villarreal a point at the Bernabeu Stadium.
Nadal's Argentina win equals record
Rafael Nadal wins a record-equalling 46th career clay-court title with success in the Argentina Open in Buenos Aires.
Arsenal 2-0 Everton

Liverpool 2-1 Manchester City

Bottas fastest on final testing day
Williams' Valtteri Bottas sets the pace as Mercedes emerge from the final day of pre-season testing as strong title favourites.
Rangers chairman Somers to step down

Norwich City 2-0 Ipswich Town
Bradley Johnson and Lewis Grabban score as Norwich City beat local rivals Ipswich Town to go third in the Championship.
Vonn angry at 'dangerous' conditions
American skier Lindsey Vonn says weather conditions were "too dangerous" to ski in at the World Cup meeting in Bulgaria.
Celtic 4-0 Aberdeen
Celtic move closer to the title as they end Aberdeen's unbeaten run and go six-points clear at the top of the table.
Morgan blames bowlers after defeat
England captain Eoin Morgan criticises his bowlers after the nine-wicket humbling by Sri Lanka at the World Cup.
Cavendish wins Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne
Britain's Mark Cavendish wins a sprint finish for victory in the Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne one-day race in Belgium.
SV Werder Bremen 3-5 VfL Wolfsburg
Wolfsburg striker Bas Dost makes it 14 goals in his last nine appearances as he scores twice in an eight-goal thriller.
Sailors 'toughen guts' for Rio water
British sailors take supplements to "strengthen their gut" over fears of the water quality at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
Graves leaves door open on Pietersen
Incoming England and Wales Cricket Board chairman Colin Graves leaves the door open for an England return for Kevin Pietersen.
Teenager Ko wins New Zealand Open
World number one Lydia Ko wins the New Zealand Open by four shots to claim her second successive victory.
Sunderland to contest Brown red card
Sunderland will appeal against Wes Brown's red card against Man Utd after referee Roger East ruled he fouled Radamel Falcao.

BBC Americas News

US sex abuse suspect held in Brazil
Police in Brazil arrest an American man suspected of sexually assaulting young women while running a religious group in the US state of Minnesota.
US 'to deport Bosnian war suspects'
US officials are trying to deport 150 Bosnian immigrants suspected of involvement in war crimes during the 1992-95 war, the New York Times says.
Netanyahu goes to US for Iran speech
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu heads to Washington to argue against a nuclear deal with Iran, ahead of a controversial speech to Congress.
US avoids homeland security shutdown
Lawmakers in the US avoid a partial shutdown of the Homeland Security Department after passing a one-week funding extension two hours before a deadline.
'Progress' in US-Cuba diplomatic talks
Cuban and US diplomats are optimistic about progress at talks in Washington on restoring full relations between the two countries.
Nyong'o stolen dress 'recovered'
A dress "resembling" the $150,000 (£97,000) outfit worn by Lupita Nyong'o at this year's Oscars has been found, Los Angeles police say.
Eight die in series of US shootings
Eight people have been killed and one person injured in a series of shootings in the US state of Missouri, police say.
Obama leads Leonard Nimoy tributes
President Obama is among those paying tribute to Leonard Nimoy, the Star Trek actor who has died aged 83, saying: "I loved Spock."
US state considers 'baby boxes'
Indiana could be the first US state to introduce baby boxes - anonymous drop-off points designed to prevent the deaths of abandoned infants.
Hyperloop gets California test track
A section of test track for the Hyperloop high-speed passenger transportation system will be built in central California next year.
Holder: Change civil rights criteria
Attorney General Eric Holder says he will try to change the standard needed to bring federal civil rights cases in his last few weeks in the job.
VIDEO: Congressman pays 'Downton' decor costs
An American congressman has to pay back $40,000 of public money after re-decorating his office in the style of the period television drama Downton Abbey
VIDEO: Fans pay tribute at Nimoy's star
Alistair Leithead in Los Angeles reports on reaction to the death of "Star Trek" actor Leonard Nimoy.
VIDEO: Missing Oscars dress 'found'
Police in California say they have found a dress which could be the one worn by actress Lupita Nyong'o at the Oscars.
VIDEO: Boat trip on frozen Hudson river
Footage shows a 20-minute journey by boat, speeded up to just under one minute, on the frozen Hudson river in New York.
VIDEO: Llamas on the loose in Arizona
Residents of Sun City, Arizona, chased two llamas who had escaped on Thursday.
VIDEO: Will Cuba be dream for US business?
As relations improve between the US and Cuba, American businesses look to the future of new markets and new customers.
VIDEO: Replica US ship targeted in Iran drills
Iranian military fires at replica US aircraft carrier during exercises in the Strait of Hormuz.
VIDEO: Commuters injured in US train collision
At least 28 people have been injured after the train they were travelling on collided with a truck in California.
Toronto police probe mystery bunker
Toronto Police are asking the public to help identify the purpose of a bunker 10ft (3m) underground found near a Pan-Am Games site.
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