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BBC World News

Brexit: MPs vote to take control of Brexit process for indicative votes
MPs vote to take over Commons business in an unprecedented move aimed at finding a majority for a Brexit plan.
Michael Avenatti: Stormy Daniels lawyer accused of fraud
Michael Avenatti is charged with trying to extort more than $20m from sports apparel giant Nike.
Israel strikes Hamas targets in Gaza after rocket hits house
Israel blamed the militant group Hamas after seven Israelis were injured in a rocket attack.
Apple unveils TV streaming platform and credit card
The tech giant confirmed it was focusing on online services, rather than devices, at a live event.
Flash floods kill at least 19 in southern Iran
Flood warnings have been issued in almost all provinces, including the capital Tehran.
Mexico demands apology from Spain and the Vatican over conquest
President López Obrador says the indigenous peoples were subjected to human rights abuses.
Trump hints at payback for 'evil' enemies over Mueller report
Mr Trump says the Mueller inquiry, which cleared him of collusion, was based on "a false narrative".
BA flight lands in Edinburgh instead of Düsseldorf by mistake
The mistake only became apparent when the "welcome to Edinburgh" announcement was made.
Riders fight during motorbike race
Riders Marion Calvo and Jorge Martinez have been banned from racing for two years after fighting on the track at Costa Rica's National Motorbike Championship.
Scott Walker, influential rock enigma, dies aged 76
The US singer, one of the most enigmatic figures in rock history, was hugely influential.
Sandy Hook victim's father apparently took his own life
Police say the father of a girl who was killed in the 2012 shooting appears to have taken his own life.
Turkish jets 'harassed my helicopter' - Greek PM
Alexis Tsipras said Turkish fighter jets entered Greek airspace on independence day
Fairground workers riot in French city of Le Mans
Riot police battle protesters angry at not being allowed to set up stall in the centre of Le Mans.
The ex-poachers saving snow leopards in Russia
In Sailugemsky National Park, snow leopards have found an unlikely ally - ex-poachers
In pictures: Kenyan artist Khadambi Asalache's London house
The house of Kenyan artist Khadambi Asalache has become London's newest museum.
#FreeOurGirls: Twitter users back detained Burundi schoolgirls
Three Burundian schoolgirls were arrested for defacing a photo of President Pierre Nkurunziza.
In pictures: Sony World Photography Awards shortlist
A selection of images from this year's World Photograph Awards.
US v China: Lessons from ancient Greek historian Thucydides
Thucydides lived more than 2,400 years ago. So what's he got to say about US-China relations?
Aztec relics could lead to first royal tomb
The relics in Mexico City may offer clues to the first ever discovery of an Aztec royal burial
Harry Potter: Tonna fan bags memorabilia world record
A YouTuber amasses a collection of more than 3,600 items to "Slytherin" to the record books.

Yahoo World News

Mueller report stokes political rift. Could it inspire some unity too?

Mueller report stokes political rift. Could it inspire some unity too?Sunday’s release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s main conclusions, as summarized by Attorney General William Barr, could widen the gulf of suspicion and misunderstanding between the nation’s polarized political factions. Republicans are triumphant that the threat of a conspiracy indictment for President Donald Trump or his family members or associates has evaporated. Democrats are downcast that the special counsel investigation apparently isn’t going to push Mr. Trump out of office, or hobble him with serious legal accusations.



As ISIS fell, Syrian hospital inundated by wave of its children

As ISIS fell, Syrian hospital inundated by wave of its childrenTucked away within the heart of a bustling souk in northeastern Syria lies a hospital treating dozens of babies, gravely ill survivors of the final siege against the Islamic State’s so-called caliphate. The majority are the children of foreign fighters and mothers who subscribed to a radically hard-line interpretation of Islam. “Often we don’t know who the father is in the first place,” explains Saad Ali, the director of Al-Hikma Hospital in Hassakeh city.



Why Americans need a peek at the Mueller report

Why Americans need a peek at the Mueller reportAccording to Attorney General William Barr, the main conclusion of the nearly two-year investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller is that members of Donald Trump’s campaign did not conspire or coordinate with Russia in its meddling in the 2016 election. While they may have welcomed meddling by Russia to win the election, nonetheless they decided not to assist the Kremlin, either tacitly or directly, in trying to spread distrust toward candidates and disrupt the American electoral system.



BBC Sports News

England to report racist abuse of players in Montenegro
Raheem Sterling and Callum Hudson-Odoi condemn the "unacceptable" racist abuse directed at England players during their 5-1 win in Montenegro.
Montenegro 1-5 England: Ross Barkley shines in Euro 2020 qualifying win
Ross Barkley scores twice and provides an assist as England come from behind to hammer Montenegro in their Euro 2020 qualifier in Podgorica.
Watch: Riders fight on the track during motorbike race in Costa Rica
Riders Marion Calvo and Jorge Martinez have been banned from racing for two years after fighting on the track at Costa Rica's National Motorbike Championship.
Portugal 1-1 Serbia: Cristiano Ronaldo suffers hamstring injury
Cristiano Ronaldo suffers a hamstring injury during Portugal's European Championship qualifier against Serbia.
Do elite gymnastics competitions need to be more fun?
How did the 'Superstars of Gymnastics' format play out at its launch and does gymnastics - at the top level, at least - need to be more fun?
Jos Buttler 'Mankad' dismissal: England batsman controversially run out in IPL
Jos Buttler's controversial dismissal overshadows his Rajasthan Royals side's defeat by Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League.
Beth Mead repeats England goal for Arsenal Women against Liverpool Women
Watch as Beth Mead recreates her stunning goal for England against Brazil with another brilliant goal for Arsenal Women in their 5-1 win against Liverpool Women.
Miami Open: Simona Halep and Petra Kvitova reach quarter-finals
Simona Halep claims her fourth successive win over Venus Williams to reach the quarter-finals at the Miami Open.
Ali Jawad in World Para Powerlifting World Cup squad after Crohn's Disease nearly ended career
Rio Paralympic silver medallist Ali Jawad is recalled to the GB squad for the World Para Powerlifting World Cup after Crohn's Disease almost ended his career.
Miami Open: Roger Federer beats Filip Krajinovic to reach fourth round
Three-time champion Roger Federer reaches the Miami Open fourth round with a straight-set win over Filip Krajinovic.
Fabian Schar knocked unconscious: Uefa needs to investigate - brain charity Headway
A brain injury charity wants Uefa to investigate why Fabian Schar was allowed to carry on playing for Switzerland after being knocked unconscious in a Euro 2020 qualifier.
Emiliano Sala: Cardiff set to claim transfer deal 'not legally binding'
Cardiff City football are set to tell Fifa the deal to buy Emiliano Sala from Nantes for £15m was not legally binding.
Mick Schumacher to make Formula 1 test debut for Ferrari in April
Mick Schumacher, son of seven-time champion Michael, is set to make his Formula 1 test debut for Ferrari on 2 April.
Caster Semenya: United Nations criticises 'humiliating' IAAF rule
The United Nations says plans to classify female athletes by their testosterone levels, put forward by athletics' governing body, "contravene international human rights".
England strikers' coach Allan Russell shows how he improves Harry Kane & Marcus Rashford
England strikers' coach Allan Russell (aka Superior Striker) puts BBC Sport's Karl Braidwood through his paces, showcasing some of the drills he uses to improve the skills of Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford.
Jeremy Lamb: Hornet's guard lands half-court buzzer beater
Charlotte Hornets guard Jeremy Lamb keeps his team in contention for a play-off place as his half-court buzzer beater secures a 114-115 win over the Toronto Raptors.
Retiring Gronkowski's last big play
New England tight end Rob Gronkowski makes a stunning catch to set up Sony Michel for the only touchdown of Super Bowl 53 as the Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in Atlanta.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium: BBC Sport takes a look inside
BBC Sport takes a look inside Tottenham Hotspur's brand new stadium, which hosted its first game on Sunday as their Under-18s beat Southampton U18s 3-1.
FA People's Cup: Silky skills & brilliant goals in the semi-finals
From inventive lawnmower celebrations to a back-flick and finish that Messi would have been proud of, the semi-finals of the FA People's Cup had it all.
Steven Gerrard: Liverpool icon scores winner on Anfield return in charity game against AC Milan
Liverpool icon and Rangers manager Steven Gerrard scores at Anfield for the first time in five years, in a charity game against AC Milan Legends.

BBC Americas News

Trump hints at payback for 'evil' enemies over Mueller report
Mr Trump says the Mueller inquiry, which cleared him of collusion, was based on "a false narrative".
Michael Avenatti: Stormy Daniels lawyer accused of fraud
Michael Avenatti is charged with trying to extort more than $20m from sports apparel giant Nike.
The amateur sleuth who searched for a body - and found one
An indigenous mother goes missing in North Dakota. Why did it take a volunteer group to bring her home?
Sandy Hook victim's father apparently took his own life
Police say the father of a girl who was killed in the 2012 shooting appears to have taken his own life.
'Pain and grief': Coroner inquest into Radiohead stage collapse begins
Radiohead drummer Philip Selway told a coroner's inquest the band is still "haunted" by the incident.
Apple unveils TV streaming platform and credit card
The tech giant confirmed it was focusing on online services, rather than devices, at a live event.
Omar Khadr: Ex-Guantanamo Bay detainee's sentence ruled expired
A judge has ruled that Omar Khadr has served his sentence and is now a free man.
Dr Dre removes university boast post about daughter
He said his daughter got in to USC "all on her own" but was criticised over large college donation.
Scott Walker, influential rock enigma, dies aged 76
The US singer, one of the most enigmatic figures in rock history, was hugely influential.
Chinese student Wangzhen Lu kidnapped in Canadian car park
Police say there was a "significant" level of violence involved. The motive remains unknown.
New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski announces retirement
New England Patriots star tight end Rob Gronkowski announces his retirement from the NFL in a social media post.
Protesters take to streets of Pittsburgh after policeman acquitted of killing black teen
Shots fired at defence lawyer's officer amid protest over acquittal of Pittsburgh officer who shot black teen.
Trump hails fall of Islamic State 'caliphate' in Syria
The Islamic State group remains a threat despite the fall of its final territory, President Trump says.
Viewpoint: Mueller called it (largely) right on Trump
Everyone but the public came out ahead, says legal expert Jonathan Turley - Trump, Democrats and the media.
Is this America's most hated family?
Purdue Pharma has generated billions for the family that own it from selling controversial painkiller opioids.
'At 11 years old, my dad sold me for sex'
After years of abuse, Kayti shares the horrors she lived through in a US town and how she finally got out.
Scott Walker: A life in music in pictures
The star, who has died aged 76, first found fame in the 1960s with The Walker Brothers.
Pete Buttigieg: Why would an American learn Norwegian?
"Mayor Pete" can speak seven languages but for other presidential wannabes, being bilingual is not always a plus.
Robert Mueller: What liberals make of the special counsel now
Donald Trump's critics hoped Robert Mueller would reveal some dirt on the president. How are they reacting?
LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers out of play-off race - what has gone wrong?
LeBron James will not be playing in the NBA play-offs for the first time since 2005 - what has gone wrong for the Los Angeles Lakers this season?
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