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BBC World News

Venezuela crisis: US planes carrying aid arrive in Colombia
The aid is being stockpiled in Colombia at the request of self-declared interim leader Juan Guaidó.
Heather Nauert withdraws bid to be US envoy to UN
President Trump's pick to be America's new UN ambassador cites "family interests" for her decision.
Zachary Cruz: 'My brother was the Parkland gunman'
"The whole world is going to give him hate - why do I?" says Zachary Cruz of the Parkland shooting gunman.
Lee Radziwill: Jackie Kennedy's sister dies aged 85
The former US first lady's younger sister, who married a prince and became a fashion icon, dies at 85.
Yellow-vest protests: Macron condemns anti-Semitic abuse
A group of protesters in Paris directed insults and anti-Jewish taunts at a prominent philosopher.
Emiliano Sala: Former coach pays tribute to footballer
On the day of footballer Emiliano Sala's funeral, his childhood friend and a former coach pay tribute.
UK PM urges Tory MPs to unite on Brexit
Theresa May tells Conservatives "history will judge us all" over the handling of Britain's EU exit.
UK airline Flybmi files for administration
The carrier has gone into administration, blaming fuel price rises and uncertainty over Brexit.
Bruno Ganz, who played Hitler in Downfall, dies aged 77
The Swiss was an accomplished actor whose portrayal of Hitler spawned thousands of parodies online.
Catalan separatists stage mass protest in Barcelona
After 12 separatist leaders went on trial this week, 200,000 supporters march through Barcelona.
Karl Marx: Monument vandalised for second time in two weeks
It is the second time in two weeks the philosopher's grave has been attacked in Highgate Cemetery.
Mass brawl breaks out at UK racecourse
Haydock Park officials are investigating after a mass brawl involving about 50 people broke out among spectators at the racecourse.
US ex-cardinal Theodore McCarrick defrocked over abuse claims
Theodore McCarrick is the most senior Catholic figure to be removed from the priesthood in modern times.
The aerial acrobats who can't see the ground
Blind performers push at the limits from on high
Bollywood's first major LGBTQ film
'How I Felt When I Saw That Girl' is the first major Indian film to focus on a same-sex relationship.
Instagram: Will quitting make me happy?
Nicole and Tali are Instagram besties. But the pressure to post is taking its toll.
Ligue du LOL: Secret boys’ club cyber-bullying shakes French media
Léa Lejeune was harassed by a group known as Ligue du LOL in a scandal that has shaken French media.
Colobus monkeys in Kenya 'threatened by humans'
A conservationist is providing a safe space for colobus monkeys in Kenya.
Pulwama attack: India mourns Kashmir dead
Thousands attend funerals across India for security force personnel killed in an attack on Thursday.
Week in pictures: 9 - 15 February 2019
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.

Yahoo World News

Readers write: Enjoying home, recycling programs, and resilience in Flint

Readers write: Enjoying home, recycling programs, and resilience in FlintEnjoying home



Global Newsstand: The EU is more unified than many people think, and more

Global Newsstand: The EU is more unified than many people think, and more“The notion that the European Union has never been less united than now has taken hold in the public consciousness,” writes Miguel Otero Iglesias. “The recurring theme is that EU countries are unable to agree on euro reforms, on migratory flow management, on how to deal with growing aggressiveness from the US, Russia and China.... Divisions exist, and they are serious, but a calm and collected analysis, with historical perspective, shows that Europe is probably more united today than ever before. “When it comes to internet censorship, Russia has long followed China’s example...,” writes Leonid Kovachich.



US-Taliban talks: Is Afghanistan ready for real peace?

US-Taliban talks: Is Afghanistan ready for real peace?With the United States eyeing a withdrawal from America’s longest war, a fledgling peace process in Afghanistan involving direct talks between the US and Taliban insurgents has created the most optimism in years. The colossal challenges yet to come in bringing the Islamist Taliban and Afghan government to a peace agreement are encapsulated in a story surrounding a single “hanging” tree in Wardak Province, southwest of Kabul. It was from that tree that the Taliban, three years ago, hung the body of Rahmatullah, an off-duty army officer and father of seven, after kidnapping, starving, and torturing him for two weeks.



BBC Sports News

Manchester City: Phil Foden says his side can win quadruple this season
Manchester City can "definitely" complete a historic quadruple this season, says midfielder Phil Foden.
FA Cup Magic fourth round: Fantastic Foden, nose 'splattering' saves & cabbage-patch pitches
Watch the quirkier moments from Man City's FA Cup fifth-round victory against Newport County, including a cabbage-patch playing surface and Joe Day's "nose splattering" save.
Laura Muir: Scot breaks 31-year-old mile record by more than five seconds
Scot Laura Muir smashes Kirsty Wade's 31-year-old British record to win the women's indoor mile in Birmingham.
Haydock Park: Mass brawl among 50 spectators
Haydock Park officials are investigating after a mass brawl involving about 50 people broke out among spectators at the racecourse.
Welsh Open: Neil Robertson to play Stuart Bingham in final
Stuart Bingham will play Neil Robertson in Sunday's Welsh Open final after both recorded convincing wins in the semi-finals.
Formula E: Lucas di Grassi wins dramatic Mexico E-Prix
Brazil's Lucas di Grassi wins a dramatic Mexico City Formula E-Prix after overtaking Pascal Wehrlein metres before the finish line.
Formula E: 'Absolute chaos' as Nelson Piquet crash brings out red flag in Mexico
Nelson Piquet's spectacular crash with Jean-Eric Vergne causes "absolute chaos" and brings out the red flag at the Mexico City E-Prix.
FA Cup: Newport County 1-4 Manchester City highlights
Watch highlights as a brace from Phil Foden helps Manchester City overcome a brave Newport County side in their FA Cup fifth-round tie at Rodney Parade.
FA Cup: Ashley Cole heads Derby back into contention against Brighton
Ashley Cole scores his first FA Cup goal to give Derby hope in their fifth-round tie, but hosts Brighton hold on to secure a 2-1 victory and a place in the quarter-finals.
Barcelona 1-0 Real Valladolid: Lionel Messi scores one penalty but misses another
Lionel Messi scores one penalty and misses another as Barcelona beat Real Valladolid to move seven points clear at the top of La Liga.
Sri Lanka beat South Africa: Kusal Perera hits 153 not out in one-wicket win
Kusal Perera hits an unbeaten 153 as Sri Lanka chase 304 to claim a stunning one-wicket win over South Africa in the first Test in Durban.
Qatar Open: Elise Mertens beats Simona Halep to win her biggest tour title
Belgium's Elise Mertens wins the biggest title of her career by beating top seed Simon Halep at the Qatar Open.
Premiership: Saracens back on top with 33-10 win against Leicester Tigers
Saracens come from behind against Leicester and grab a late bonus-point win to regain top spot in the Premiership.
Rangers 0-0 St Johnstone: Steven Gerrard's side held by stuffy visitors
Rangers miss a chance to narrow the gap with Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic to three points after being held to a draw by St Johnstone.
Lucas Di Grassi pips wins Pascal Wehrlein in 'mad end' to Mexico E-Prix
Watch the final lap of the Mexico E-Prix as Lucas di Grassi and Pascal Wehrlein battle it out before a "mad end" where the Brazilian steals the win on the line.
Laura Muir records third fastest indoor mile at Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix
Laura Muir sets the third fastest indoor mile of all time, smashing the British record in the process, at the Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix.
Mikaela Shiffrin wins fourth slalom gold at World Championships
Watch Mikaela Shiffrin's winning run in the women's slalom as she becomes the first skier in history to win gold in the same event at four successive World Championships.
Formula E: Last-gasp Lucas Di Grassi wins Mexico E-Prix
Watch highlights from an action-packed Mexico E-Prix as Lucas di Grassi wins after Pascal Wehrlein's car fails him on the final corner when he was on for a lights-to-flag win.
FA Cup: AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Millwall highlights
Watch highlights as Murray Wallace's header gives Millwall a hard-fought victory over AFC Wimbledon in the FA Cup fifth round.
FA Cup: Brighton 2-1 Derby highlights
Watch highlights as Brighton & Hove Albion hold on to beat Derby County in the FA Cup fifth round, despite Ashley Cole's first FA Cup goal.

BBC Americas News

Heather Nauert withdraws bid to be US envoy to UN
President Trump's pick to be America's new UN ambassador cites "family interests" for her decision.
Mexico border wall: Trump faces fight in the courts
California and New York vow to challenge his plan to bypass Congress and build the wall.
Lee Radziwill: Jackie Kennedy's sister dies aged 85
The former US first lady's younger sister, who married a prince and became a fashion icon, dies at 85.
Texas detention centre stops force-feeding migrants
A judge has told officials to stop feeding hunger striking migrants in El Paso through nasal tubes.
Aurora shooting: Five killed by sacked man at Illinois firm
Police said the gunman, who was shot dead, was an employee who had reportedly just been fired.
Paul Manafort should be jailed for 19-24 years - Mueller
US special counsel says Paul Manafort should be jailed for 19-24 years after breaching a plea deal.
John Legend: Grammys boycott 'doesn't fix the problem'
The star, whose new single is a plea for gun reform, wants to see more efforts to represent hip hop at the Grammys.
Colin Kaepernick: Former NFL quarterback settles 'collusion' case
Colin Kaepernick and former team-mate Eric Reid reach settlements with the NFL over 'collusion' cases against team owners.
Jussie Smollett: Suspects held over attack on actor released
Police release without charge two men arrested in connection with the alleged attack on the actor.
General Joseph Votel breaks rank with Trump over Syria
The US general leading the fight against the Islamic State group has warned against withdrawing troops.
Vodka firm loses valuable iceberg water in apparent heist
Canadian police are investigating who took 30,000 of litres of iceberg water from the distiller.
US border agency sued for detaining two Spanish speakers
US citizens Ana Suda and Martha Hernandez were detained in Montana last May for speaking Spanish.
Trump in good health despite weight in obese range - doctor
The president is a few pounds heavier and taking a higher dose of cholesterol medicine, his doctor says.
US-China trade talks break up without deal
The US says "very difficult issues" remain unresolved with talks due to resume in the US next week.
Chaka Khan: Why she gets annoyed by her tuneful greeting
The legendary singer on the "mixed blessing" of that track and how the planet feels different without Aretha Franklin.
Europeans reveal who they wish was in the White House
Reaction at an international security conference reveals how leaders might not be on the same page.
The community that rejected Amazon
Amazon's plans for a campus in Long Island City bitterly divided a community grappling with rapid change.
The story of historically black colleges in the US
Senator Kamala Harris has shone a spotlight on historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs).
Real-life trolling: When a 'roast' becomes harassment
People are trying to recreate comedy roasts online and getting it horribly wrong. What are the rules?
Ilhan Omar: Who is Minnesota's Somalia-born congresswoman?
The first Somali-American in Congress has shaken up Washington DC since her election in 2018.
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