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BBC World News

Trump directed hush money, says his ex-lawyer Michael Cohen
In a plea deal, Michael Cohen says he broke election funding law at the direction of "the candidate".
Trump ex-campaign chief Manafort guilty of multiple fraud charges
The former Trump campaign chief is found guilty on multiple tax and bank fraud charges.
Malcolm Turnbull: PM battles cabinet rebellion over leadership
Malcolm Turnbull is facing a growing party divide which has thrown Australian politics into upheaval.
LazyTown's 'Robbie Rotten' actor Stefan Karl Stefansson dies
Stefan Karl Stefansson played the children's programme villain for 10 years.
Venezuela crisis: Why has 7% of the population fled the country?
Millions of Venezuelans have left their country since 2014, spurred on by hyper-inflation and food shortages.
Is India ready to send someone to space?
If this happens, India will become the fourth country to launch humans into space.
Post Malone hits out at trolls who 'wished death' after plane drama
The rapper also thanks fans for their prayers after his jet was forced to make an emergency landing.
Mollie Tibbetts: Murder charge in case of Iowa jogger
President Trump said the suspect, who is an immigrant from Mexico, should not have been in the US.
Kerala floods: A million in camps and thousands stranded
As the monsoon rains begin to ease, a huge relief and clean-up continues in the Indian state.
Australian drought: Muslims hold Eid event to pray for rain
Tens of thousands gathered in Sydney to pray for an end to a worsening drought across Australia.
Facebook and Twitter remove accounts linked to Russia and Iran campaigns
The social media giants say they have shut down hundreds of accounts linked to Russia and Iran.
Uber to pay $1.9m for sexual harassment claims
The payout will cover former and current employees who allege sexual harassment and discrimination.
Venezuela 'paralysed' by launch of sovereign bolivar currency
Businesses close and streets empty as President Maduro's new currency causes uncertainty.
Usain Bolt trains to be a footballer in Australia
On his 32nd birthday, Usain Bolt trained for the first time with A-League club Central Coast Mariners.
Aerial photos reveal the stark divide between rich and poor
Striking drone images from South Africa, Mexico and India show shacks next to affluent suburbs.
In pictures: ‘This is the Sudan I want to show’
Sudanese photographer Ola Alsheikh shares her favourite shots from her hometown, Khartoum.
Mystery gunman targets New York luxury high-rise
Residents of a Manhattan apartment block are living in fear after bullets crashed into two flats.
Attacks on cash handling vehicles surge in South Africa
Driving cash-handling vehicles is seen as one of the most dangerous jobs in South Africa.
'What if I dated a black, Muslim or white boy?'
A Punjabi mother and daughter have their first frank conversation about sex and relationships
Migrant crisis: 'I climb into lorries three times a day'
In a small French fishing port, hundreds of migrants are risking their lives every day.

Yahoo World News

Manafort guilty: Courtroom win bolsters special counsel's credibility

Manafort guilty: Courtroom win bolsters special counsel's credibilityPaul Manafort’s conviction on tax evasion and bank fraud charges clears the way for special counsel Robert Mueller to exert even more pressure on the former Trump campaign chairman to cooperate in his investigation of alleged Russian meddling and collusion in the 2016 presidential election. The verdict, announced in federal court in Alexandria, Va., came within the same hour that President Trump’s former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, entered a guilty plea for eight charges in federal court in New York. In the Manafort case, the jury of six women and six men found the long-time political consultant guilty of eight of the 18 federal charges in his indictment.



GOP moderates sit down with Kavanaugh as they prepare for critical vote

GOP moderates sit down with Kavanaugh as they prepare for critical voteIn recent weeks, Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R) of Alaska has felt like she’s back in law school – reading the opinions of Judge Brett Kavanaugh as she prepares for her interview with the US Supreme Court nominee on Thursday. “I’ve done more with this nominee than I have with any of the others,” Senator Murkowski told the Monitor. All senators are equal, but in this closely divided Senate, those seen as swing votes are more powerful than their colleagues.



Gaza steps back from brink as UN works for stronger Israel-Hamas deal

Gaza steps back from brink as UN works for stronger Israel-Hamas dealAfter four months of mortar fire, brush fires, and fears of a wider war between Israel and Hamas, a fragile cease-fire has been taking hold along the Gaza-Israel frontier over the last few days. With her ears still ringing from rocket sirens, Yael Lachyani, a spokeswoman for Kibbutz Nahal Oz, says she is still on edge and can’t be sure the fighting is over. Months of violent demonstrations and incendiary kite launches have eased, rocket fire has gone silent, and Israel has mostly reopened commercial crossings in Gaza that were shuttered in retaliation.



BBC Sports News

Century is Buttler's 'proudest moment' - but England on verge of defeat
Jos Buttler describes his maiden Test century against India as his "proudest moment in an England shirt".
Unbeaten Leeds go top with comeback draw at Swansea
Midfielder Pablo Hernandez rescues a 2-2 draw for Leeds United at former club Swansea City to send them top of the Championship.
Highlights: Defiant Buttler delays India with maiden Test century
England are on the verge of a huge defeat by India in the third Test despite the defiance of Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes on day four at Trent Bridge.
Four straight defeats - Robins pile pressure on McClaren at QPR
Steve McClaren asks supporters to be patient as QPR suffer a fourth successive league defeat at home to Bristol City.
Johanna Konta withdraws from Connecticut Open with viral illness
British number one Johanna Konta has pulled out of her second round tie at the Connecticut Open with a viral illness, tournament organisers say.
F1 returns: who will be rejuvenated by a Spa weekend?
As picturesque as a postcard and a firm favourite with every F1 driver. Master the art of Spa and world championship riches could be on offer.
Serena Williams tops Forbes list for highest-earning female athletes
Eight of the top 10 highest earning female athletes are tennis players with 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams topping the Forbes list.
Manchester United: Is Jose Mourinho's third-season syndrome a myth or about to unfold?
Do Jose Mourinho's sides really suffer from third-season syndrome? And if so, will it happen at Manchester United?
Edmund into last 16 at Winston-Salem Open
British number one Kyle Edmund reaches the last 16 of the Winston-Salem Open with victory over Leonardo Mayer.
'We aren't a priority' - periods, football and the tampon campaign
Three female fans are campaigning for free sanitary products at football stadiums - and are already making headway.
I've never had so much warmth - Woods
Fourteen-time major winner Tiger Woods says he has never experienced such "warmth" from fans as he has this year.
England captain Hartley set for friendly return after five months out
England captain Dylan Hartley is ready to return for Northampton after five months out with concussion.
BATE Borisov 2-3 PSV Eindhoven
Donyell Malen scores a late winner for PSV Eindhoven to beat BATE Borisov in the first leg of their Champions League qualifying play-off.
Leighton Bennett: 12-year-old darts prodigy wins £1,000 first prize at BDO event
Lincolnshire's Leighton Bennett sees off professional players to win a BDO event - at the age of 12.
Gold medallist Lyle says pressure to succeed has led to 'tough year'
Newly crowned World Para-athletics European champion Maria Lyle says she has battled with the pressure of being a young elite athlete.
Rangers v FC Ufa: Russian side given green light to travel after visa delay
Rangers' match with FC Ufa on Thursday will go ahead as planned after Uefa confirmed the Russian side have been granted UK visas.
Britain's men reach wheelchair basketball world quarter-finals
The Great Britain men's wheelchair basketball team reach the quarter-finals of the World Championships by beating hosts Germany 62-54.
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England v India: Jos Buttler scores 'brilliant' maiden Test century
England's Jos Buttler reaches his maiden Test century with a four as England dig in against India on day four of the third Test at Trent Bridge.
England v India: Virat Kohli takes 'outstanding' catch off 'awful' Ollie Pope drive
India captain Virat Kohli takes an "outstanding" catch after Ollie Pope plays an "awful" drive to reduce England to 62-4 in the third Test.

BBC Americas News

Trump directed hush money, says his ex-lawyer Michael Cohen
In a plea deal, Michael Cohen says he broke election funding law at the direction of "the candidate".
Trump ex-campaign chief Manafort guilty of multiple fraud charges
The former Trump campaign chief is found guilty on multiple tax and bank fraud charges.
Mollie Tibbetts: Murder charge in case of Iowa jogger
President Trump said the suspect, who is an immigrant from Mexico, should not have been in the US.
Facebook and Twitter remove accounts linked to Russia and Iran campaigns
The social media giants say they have shut down hundreds of accounts linked to Russia and Iran.
Post Malone hits out at trolls who 'wished death' after plane drama
The rapper also thanks fans for their prayers after his jet was forced to make an emergency landing.
Spokane residents launch campaign to blow smoke back to Canada
Some Americans in Spokane plan to use fans to blow wildfire smoke back to Canada.
Uber to pay $1.9m for sexual harassment claims
The payout will cover former and current employees who allege sexual harassment and discrimination.
Asia Argento: #MeToo figurehead denies sexual assault of minor
The actress and #MeToo leader denies sexually assaulting actor Jimmy Bennett when he was 17.
LazyTown's 'Robbie Rotten' actor Stefan Karl Stefansson dies
Stefan Karl Stefansson played the children's programme villain for 10 years.
Mystery gunman targets New York luxury high-rise
Residents of a Manhattan apartment block are living in fear after bullets crashed into two flats.
Nazi guard Palij deported by US to Germany
Germany long refused to take Jakiw Palij, 95, the last known Nazi collaborator living in the US.
Defamation case against Christopher Steele dismissed
A US judge rules that Russian billionaires sued to silence Christopher Steele over his dossier claims.
US students topple Confederate soldier statue in North Carolina
Protesters pulled down the controversial Silent Sam statue at a North Carolina university campus.
Comedian Jon Stewart rescues goats from New York subway tracks
The goats "were very baaaaad boys," the New York City Subway joked on Twitter.
Will Donald Trump remain bulletproof?
The US president has survived numerous body blows, but will he shrug off the latest courtroom dramas?
MTV VMAs: Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj, Cardi B and other must-see moments
Ariana brought her Nonna, Cardi slapped down the doubters and Millie was the party's life and soul.
Star Wars: Kelly Marie Tran 'won't be marginalised' by abuse
Kelly Marie Tran - Rose Tico in The Last Jedi - condemns sexist and racist abuse she faced online.
Feeling the pinch: How Maine's lobster trade is hit by tariffs
Lobster fishermen and traders in Maine have become the victims of an intensifying trade war between Donald Trump's administration and China.
Is roaring US economy a mirage?
President Donald Trump often celebrates America's buoyant economy, but one number seems stuck - real wages.
US-Turkey row: Pastor a 'pawn in personal feud'
The diplomatic row over detained US pastor Andrew Brunson has split two Nato allies, Tara McKelvey writes.
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