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BBC World News

Two huge 'dark web' markets shut down
The AlphaBay and Hansa marketplaces were known for trade in drugs, weapons and malware.
Australia human history 'rewritten by rock find'
Research shows Aboriginal people entered Australia up to 18,000 years earlier than thought.
Nine lifestyle changes can reduce dementia risk, study says
They include hearing loss, smoking, and not finishing secondary education, a study says.
EU calls for UK 'clarification' on Brexit
The latest Brexit talks end without agreement on EU citizens' rights or the amount the UK should pay.
Despacito censored: Malaysia bans 'unsuitable' hit from state stations
Despacito, the most-streamed song of all time, is banned from state stations over its "sexy" lyrics.
Meet Rob Spence, the film-maker with the camera eye
Film-maker Rob Spence used his bionic eye to record a mini documentary about cyborgs.
Surfer's close encounter with shark... again
Mick Fanning was back at the beach where he was attacked by a shark in 2015.
Donald Trump's son and aides to testify in Senate about Russia
The three will answer questions about Russia's alleged interference in last year's US election.
Rome corruption ring jailed after marathon trial
For years the tentacles of the group, run by a one-eyed criminal, ran deep inside Rome's City Hall.
Germany warns citizens of Turkey risks amid arrests
German citizens and firms are advised that they face risks in Turkey following "arbitrary" arrests.
Slavery series from Game of Thrones creators facing backlash
Confederate tells the story of an alternate reality where slavery is still legal.
Dali body to be exhumed for DNA test
The body of Salvador Dali is to be exhumed for DNA test to establish whether he has a daughter.
Saudi prince held over 'beating video'
'A prince assaults citizens' is tweeted more than 200,000 times in the Arab world in 24 hours
Extradited Thai ex-monk charged with child sex offences and fraud
Wirapol Sukphol is charged with sex offences, fraud and money laundering on his return from the US.
French singer Barbara Weldens dies on stage in concert
Barbara Weldens collapses mid-concert with one report suggesting she was electrocuted.
The women who take dangerous pills to gain weight
In our series of letters from African journalists, Yousra Elbagir explores Sudanese women's appetite for weight gain pills.
Pavel Sheremet murder: Who killed journalist in Kiev car bomb?
Pavel Sheremet's friends say they are making more progress investigating his murder than the police.
A Kenyan artist imagines what the Maasai people would look like in space
A Kenyan artist imagines what the Maasai people would look like in space
Sea of surprises: A journey in pictures
Take a journey around the Black Sea to discover surprises ancient and modern
Activist art tackles palm oil industry
A street art campaign wants to challenge Indonesia's controversial palm oil industry.

Yahoo World News

BBC Sports News

Essex's Westley to make England debut in third Test against South Africa
Essex batsman Tom Westley will make his England debut in the third Test against South Africa, while Dawid Malan is also called up.
Watch: 'Beef' Johnston holes his chip for birdie at The Open
Andrew 'Beef' Johnston holes his chip at the 6th hole in his first round at The Open at Royal Birkdale.
GB's Deignan second as Van Vleuten wins La Course opener
Britain's Lizzie Deignan finishes second as Dutch rider Annemiek van Vleuten wins stage one of the two-day La Course by the Tour de France.
Morata, Lukaku, Lacazette - vote on which striker is the best signing
Chelsea are set to sign Alvaro Morata, Manchester United signed Romelu Lukaku and Arsenal have Alexandre Lacazette. Which is the best deal?
'Chelsea fans will be punching the air over £60m Morata deal'
Chelsea fans will be "punching the air" over the signing of Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata, says ex-Blues winger Pat Nevin.
The Open 2017: Hoffman holes out from rough to claim eagle
Charley Hoffman holes out from the rough on the first to claim an eagle at the start his opening round of The Open at Royal Birkdale.
The Open 2017: Jordan Spieth and Brooks Koepka tied for clubhouse lead
American's Jordan Spieth and Brooks Koepka both card a 65 to tie for the clubhouse lead on five under par at The Open at Royal Birkdale.
World Para-athletics Championships: People underestimate power of home crowd - Kinghorn
Great Britain's Sammi Kinghorn says people underestimate the power of a home crowd at the World Para-athletics Championships in London.
Watch highlights of England's 6-0 win over Scotland in Euro 2017
Jodie Taylor scores a hat-trick as England thrash Scotland 6-0 in their opening Women's Euro 2017 game in Utrecht.
Ex-Ireland scrum-half Stringer signs for Worcester aged 39
Worcester Warriors sign veteran former Ireland scrum-half Peter Stringer on six-month contract before the 2017-18 season.
Aberdeen fans attacked ahead of Bosnia Europa League tie
Two supporters are treated for injuries after a disturbance ahead of the match with Siroki Brijeg.
Javier Hernandez: West Ham close to deal for Mexican forward
West Ham are closing in on a deal to sign Mexican striker Javier Hernandez from German club Bayer Leverkusen.
Eight more Russians cleared to compete as neutrals
Eight more Russian athletes are cleared to compete as neutrals by world athletics' governing body.
Ex-Southampton youth coach faces child sex charges
A former Southampton FC youth coach faces historical indecent assault allegations against teenage boys.
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The Open 2017: Ian Poulter's best shots - first round
Watch a collection of Ian Poulter's best shots from his first round of The Open at Royal Birkdale as he records a score of 67.
Women's Cricket World Cup: India lose Smriti Mandhana in the first over
Watch India lose opener Smriti Mandhana in the first over of their delayed Women's Cricket World Cup semi-final against Australia.
The Open 2017: Stuart Manley takes clubhouse lead with eagle-birdie finish
Welshman Stuart Manley takes the clubhouse lead at The Open on two under par with an eagle-birdie finish in his first ever major championship appearance.
Tour de France 2017: Why Col d'Izoard is so special
As Tour de France leader Chris Froome faces a decisive day on the climb to the Col d'Izoard, OJ Borg looks at why the mountain pass is so special.
Jesse Lingard: Man Utd midfielder says kids are always 'dabbing' at me
Manchester United's Jesse Lingard discusses his 'dab' celebration, his relationship with the fans, team-mate Marcus Rashford and his season's ambitions.

BBC Americas News

Donald Trump's son and aides to testify in Senate about Russia
The three will answer questions about Russia's alleged interference in last year's US election.
Trump regrets hiring Attorney General Jeff Sessions
The president says the actions of Jeff Sessions over Russia inquiries were "very unfair" to him.
Did Baltimore police officer plant drugs?
Body camera video shows a Baltimore policeman planting drugs at a crime scene in January, lawyers say. One officer has been suspended.
John McCain has brain cancer, his office says
The 80-year-old US senator may undergo chemotherapy and radiation treatment, a statement says.
Syria war: Trump 'ends CIA arms programme for rebels'
US officials say the move is part of an effort to improve ties with Russia, Bashar al-Assad's ally.
Obamacare repeal plan 'would axe insurance for 32m'
The cost of health insurance would double in a decade under the Republican plan, the analysis finds.
Canada's Governor General blames 'slippy' carpet for royal protocol breach
The 91-year-old monarch's representative in Canada touches her elbow to help her down stairs.
Arizona senator defends Muslim opponent from online attacks
Jeff Flake expresses his support for a Democratic challenger after she is abused online.
Los Angeles Uber driver helps passenger in labour give birth
An Uber driver made a special delivery after trying his hand at midwifery when a pregnant woman went into labour in the back of his car in Los Angeles.
Justine Damond shooting: Minneapolis police 'feared ambush'
A lawyer suggests Minneapolis police could have been startled by Justine Damond, before killing her.
US and China emerge from trade talks without agreement
The two sides did not issue a joint statement and cancelled press conferences.
Madonna blocks sale of intimate items at auction
A US judge halts an auction of the superstar's items, including a break-up letter from rapper Tupac.
Parrot witness case: Michigan woman guilty of husband's murder
Glenna Duram shot her husband before attempting suicide in a case apparently witnessed by a parrot.
Canada family finds catheter in ice cream
Four people who ate the ice cream - one bit the device - must undergo tests for hepatitis and HIV.
Behind closed doors
A presidential commission's meeting "to hear the voice of the American voter" is invite-only.
Kendo kings
The Japanese martial arts community in an unlikely corner of Canada that fought back.
Trump tracker
Donald Trump says his administration has made "incredible progress". Do the facts back that up?
Playing ball again
The first child to undergo a double hand transplant can now manage an array of dexterous tasks.
Solitary figure
Albert Woodfox describes being confined for 43 years in solitary in Louisiana and what life is like after.
After dinner speaking
Former diplomats give their views on Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin's undisclosed dinner conversation.
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