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BBC World News

Islamic State: Abu Muhammad al-Adnani 'killed in Aleppo'
One of the longest-serving and most prominent leaders of so-called Islamic State, Abu Mohammad al-Adnani, is killed in the Syrian province of Aleppo.
Europe's 'unfair' Apple tax ruling sparks US anger
The US Treasury criticises 'unfair' tax rulings by the European Commission, following a demand that Apple hands over €13bn in unpaid tax.
Colin Kaepernick protest: Trump tells NFL player to quit US
NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick should find another country, said Donald Trump after the player sat through the national anthem to protest over race relations.
Topless Marianne remark by PM Manuel Valls stirs French row
Prime Minister Manuel Valls angers political rivals by invoking the symbol of the French republic, Marianne, in the row over "burkini" beach bans.
Syria war: US welcomes pause in Turkish-Kurdish clashes
The US welcomes a pause in fighting between Turkish and Kurdish forces in northern Syria, urging them to focus on fighting so-called Islamic State.
'Racist school hair rules' suspended at SA's Pretoria Girls High
Rules over how female students wear their hair at a South African school are suspended after anti-racism protest from pupils, a local minister says.
Macron quits to clear way for French presidential bid
French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron resigns from the government ahead of an expected centrist bid for the presidency in next year's election.
Italy earthquake: State funeral for 37 victims in Amatrice
A state funeral for 37 victims of the Italian earthquake is held in Amatrice, the town that bore the brunt of the disaster.
Nepal bans Indian police pair for 'fake' Everest climb
Nepal imposes a 10-year mountaineering ban on two climbers who claimed to be the first Indian couple to have climbed Everest, officials say.
Blade Runner: Construction worker dies on set of sequel
A construction worker has been killed on the set of the sequel to Blade Runner, which was filming in Budapest.
California closes legal loophole after Stanford assault
California legislators close a loophole in sexual assault cases allowing for more lenient sentences where no force is used, after a high-profile Stanford case.
England v Pakistan: Hosts break ODI record as Alex Hales hits 171 in series victory
England post the highest ever one-day international total as they beat Pakistan by 169 runs to secure a series victory at Trent Bridge.
Drone captures stunning view of Uluru
One of Australia's best-known landmarks, Uluru, has been filmed from a new perspective.
Libyan pro-government forces advance on IS-held Sirte
In the Libyan city of Sirte, pro-government forces say they are advancing on the last strongholds of so-called Islamic State (IS).
US Election: Voters in Pennsylvania sound off
Will Pennsylvania be the key to winning the US presidential election?
SA school's 'racist hair rules': A visual guide
A visual guide to which hairstyles are banned at a South African school accused of racism over its hair rules.
'I didn't know drinking would harm my child'
South Africa has the highest reported rate of babies born with foetal alcohol syndrome - Nomsa Maseko reports from the Western Cape.
Italy earthquake: Cat rescued after several days
A cat has been found alive after several days under the rubble after an earthquake destroyed parts of central Italy.
Red Hot Chili Peppers' bassist Flea meets Koko the gorilla
Red Hot Chili Peppers' bassist Flea says meeting Koko the gorilla was an experience he will never forget.
Migrant crisis: 'They couldn't wait... they threw themselves into the water'
Laura Lanuza, from charity Proactiva Open Arms, describes the scene as thousands of migrants were rescued from boats near the Libyan coast.

BBC Sports News

Transfer deadline day spending to break £1bn
BBC Sport takes a look at a few big things to look out for on 31 August, as clubs scramble to complete last-minute signings.
England & Hales smash records in scintillating win - video & report
England post the highest ever one-day international total as they beat Pakistan by 169 runs to secure a series victory at Trent Bridge.
US Open 2016: Naomi Broady and Dan Evans reach round two
Naomi Broady and Dan Evans make it four Britons through to the second round of the US Open.
Arsenal sign Perez & Mustafi for combined fee in excess of £52m
Arsenal sign Valencia defender Shkodran Mustafi for more than £35m and Deportivo La Coruna forward Lucas Perez for £17.1m.
Rooney to quit England duty after 2018 World Cup
England captain and record goalscorer Wayne Rooney will retire from international football after the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Sergio Aguero: Man City striker charged with violent conduct over Winston Reid elbow
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero could face a three-match ban after being charged with elbowing West Ham's Winston Reid.
Joe Hart: Torino set to announce signing of Man City goalkeeper on deadline day
Serie A side Torino are set to announce the loan signing of Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart after he arrived in Italy for a medical.
Ryder Cup 2016: Lee Westwood not worried by Europe's inexperience
Lee Westwood is not concerned that Europe will go into the Ryder Cup on US soil with six rookies in their team.
Watch: Paralympian Townsend's journey from Afghanistan to Rio
Paratriathlete Joe Townsend describes his journey from Royal Marine in Afghanistan to representing Great Britain at the Paralympics in Rio.
Scotland call up Watt as Griffiths drops out
Scotland call up Tony Watt and Lee Wallace after striker Leigh Griffiths and three others drop out of the squad to face Malta.
Magnussen says he will be fit for Italian GP
Renault driver Kevin Magnussen is set to race in this weekend's Italian Grand Prix despite his crash in Belgium on Sunday.
Rio Paralympics 2016: Russian athletes appeal against IPC Games ban
More than 100 Russian competitors appeal to the International Paralympic Committee over the decision to ban Russia from the Rio Games.
Antonio thought England call-up was 'banter'
West Ham's Michail Antonio says he thought it was "banter" when he heard he had been called up to the England squad.
Anti-doping leaders demand Wada overhaul with clean sport 'at crossroads'
An overhaul of the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) is proposed in a bid to restore trust in international sport.
145 caps and 67 goals - Keane prepares to say goodbye
Robbie Keane will make an emotional exit from international football as the Republic of Ireland face Oman on Wednesday evening.
Barcelona: Paco Alcacer joins from Valencia, Munir goes the other way
Barcelona sign Spain striker Paco Alcacer for £25.5m from Valencia, with forward Munir El Haddadi going the other way on loan.
Jack Wilshere: Arsenal & England midfielder available for loan move
Arsenal are willing to let England midfielder Jack Wilshere go out on loan to get first-team football.
Get BBC Sport News Alerts in the app
Want to know the moment a big story breaks - now you can by adding BBC Sport News Alerts in the app.
Jack Wilshere: Watch his 2013-14 goal of season for Arsenal against Norwich
Watch Arsenal's Jack Wilshere score Match of the Day's 2013-14 goal of the season against Norwich City at Emirates Stadium.
England v Pakistan: England rack up world-record ODI score
Watch the best boundaries as Jos Buttler and Alex Hales help England to a world-record ODI score of 444-3 against Pakistan.

BBC Americas News

Maine governor Paul LePage apologises for rude phone rant
Maine's Republican governor apologises for leaving an obscenity-laden voicemail for a rival politician and says he is considering his position.
Europe's 'unfair' Apple tax ruling sparks US anger
The US Treasury criticises 'unfair' tax rulings by the European Commission, following a demand that Apple hands over €13bn in unpaid tax.
Colin Kaepernick protest: Trump tells NFL player to quit US
NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick should find another country, said Donald Trump after the player sat through the national anthem to protest over race relations.
Syria war: US welcomes pause in Turkish-Kurdish clashes
The US welcomes a pause in fighting between Turkish and Kurdish forces in northern Syria, urging them to focus on fighting so-called Islamic State.
David Becker case: US judge rejects school sexual assault sentence review
A sexual assault case that caused a national outcry because the sentence was thought to be too lenient will not be reviewed, a US judge rules.
Cadbury's owner Mondelez scraps takeover bid
Cadbury's owner Mondelez International is abandoning its takeover bid for American confectioner Hershey after its $23bn (£18bn) offer was rejected.
Mel Brooks leads tributes to Gene Wilder
Actor and director Mel Brooks leads an outpouring of tributes from entertainment figures to actor Gene Wilder, who has died aged 83.
Clowns trying to lure children into woods, locals in South Carolina say
People dressed as clowns are trying to lure children into the woods, locals in a South Carolina town are reporting.
California closes legal loophole after Stanford assault
California legislators close a loophole in sexual assault cases allowing for more lenient sentences where no force is used, after a high-profile Stanford case.
Taylor Swift dismissed from jury duty
Is the real reason Taylor Swift wasn't at the MTV Video Music Awards because she was called up for jury duty in Nashville?
Kim Dotcom wins livestream ruling
A New Zealand judge allows internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom to livestream his appeal against extradition to the US on YouTube.
Darrell Ward: TV's Ice Road Truckers driver dies in plane crash
Darrell Ward, one of the long-haul drivers made famous on TV's Ice Road Truckers, is killed in a plane crash at the age of 52.
EpiPen maker to sell cheaper generic version
The maker of the EpiPen allergy drug will start selling a generic version in the wake of criticism about steep price increases.
Trans-Siberian Trump
BBC Pop Up travelled across Russia via the Trans-Siberian Railway, and asked fellow passengers about what they thought about the US presidential election.
Jumpy Americans
Travellers fled Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on Sunday in the latest case of panic at US airports. Are people getting jumpier about attacks?
Media abuse
While covering a Donald Trump rally, BBC reporter Rajini Vaidyanathan received a barrage of online abuse, some of it racist. Here she explains what happened, and how it sheds light on an ugly side to the US Presidential race.
Deadly August
Chicago has seen one of its deadliest Augusts in 20 years, with 11 people murdered last weekend.
After the floods
Widespread, catastrophic flooding across southern Louisiana this month damaged more than 100,000 homes, and killed 13 people. The project Humans of the Water set out to capture portraits of Louisianans after floodwaters wrecked homes and washed away memories, and to chronicle what was lost and what was saved.
Special power
A photography project takes on a deeper meaning for a father whose son has Down's Syndrome
'We don't care'
Canada's largest annual fair installs gender-neutral toilets with new signs that read "we don't care".
TODAY'S WEATHER

Current Forecast for Leesburg

SUNNY Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Conditions
Temperature
Relative Humidity
Wind
Barometric Pressure
Visibility
SUNNY
88°F
48%
WNW at 9 mph
30.07 inches
10 miles
 
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