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BBC World News
Hurricane Maria 'devastates' Dominica: PM
The category five hurricane battered the island of Dominica and is now approaching Guadeloupe.
Hurricane Maria threatens British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands, still trying to get back on its feet after Irma, is now threatened by Maria.
Rohingya crisis: Suu Kyi does not fear global 'scrutiny'
In her first comments on the Rohingya Muslims crisis, Myanmar's leader says the violence is over.
Yemen war: What happened to Saleem?
It has been a year since starving Saleem became the face of Yemen's suffering. But where is he now?
Toys 'R' Us files for bankruptcy protection in US
The once dominant toy retailer has struggled against larger rivals such as Amazon and Walmart.
Some Auckland petrol stations run out of fuel after burst pipe
Flights have also been cancelled after a damaged pipeline disrupted supplies to the city.
Nigeria's Amina Yuguda wins BBC World News Komla Dumor award
Nigerian journalist Amina Yuguda is the third winner of the BBC World News Komla Dumor award.
Daca: Nancy Pelosi heckled as 'liar' in Dreamers protest
The Democrat is heckled by protesters taking issue with her recent talks with President Trump over immigration.
UK 'biggest audience' in Europe for jihadist web content
Britain is the fifth-biggest audience in the world for extremist content, a study finds.
Stanislav Petrov, who averted possible nuclear war, dies at 77
Ex-Soviet officer Stanislav Petrov reported a possible 1983 US missile launch as a false alarm.
Nerf guns can lead to serious eye injuries, doctors warn
Medics said they had treated patients with internal bleeding around the eye and blurred vision.
Rio Ferdinand: Retired footballer to launch pro boxing career
Former Manchester United and England defender Rio Ferdinand is launching a new career as a professional boxer, two years after retiring from football.
British war bride and Canada groom die within hours of each other
They met outside London in 1941 and died in different wards of the same Canadian hospital.
Elisabeth Moss had a secret message 'to the patriarchy' in her Emmys outfit
The Handmaid's Tale actress had a hidden message "to the patriarchy" on her shoes.
'It's OK to make mayonnaise while on your period'
No more myths: Lahatra, a scoutmaster and science teacher, tells boys the truth about periods.
Hurricane Maria: Dominica PM records storm's fury live on Facebook
Roosevelt Skerrit gave the outside world a glimpse of the terror brought by Hurricane Maria.
Scotland's oldest snow patch expected to melt
Known as the Sphinx, the patch of snow is thought to have melted only six times in the last 300 years.
How to make sushi from methane gas
A company has developed a futuristic animal food in a way that is less harmful for the planet.
Integrating migrants via musical theatre in Germany
Refugee teens are performing with Germans in a musical to help them integrate into their new country.
Food in a fragile world
Helping communities feed themselves during political and environmental instability.
Yahoo World News
Can Houston find path to recovery that doesn't leave poor behind?
Two weeks after hurricane Harvey, Soni Herrera is trapped at her home – a home she and her family cannot yet live in. Like many of the tens of thousands of Houstonians flooded out of their houses, Ms. Herrera, her husband, Jaime, and their four children benefited from the indiscriminate bravery of her community during and immediately after the storm. Recommended: How much do you know about Texas?
In South Sudan's capital, a bridge – and a nation – on hold
South Sudan’s largest city needed a new bridge, and a Japanese aid agency was going to build one. “The way the city was growing was unbelievable,” says Justin Tata, the head of the department of architecture and urban planning at the University of Juba. Every day, a huge portion of the country’s economy rattled over the 45-year-old bridge’s two narrow lanes, as heaving 18-wheelers carried imported goods from the port of Mombasa, in Kenya, into the growing capital city.
Apple thinks different – and the same – about the ‘town square’
Ten years after Apple made the smartphone “cool,” it wants to turn its retail stores into something warm. It announced last week that the nearly 500 Apple Stores will no longer really be stores but “town squares.” In the era of social everything, Apple’s glass-and-white-walled boxes are to become gathering places. If that sounds a lot like your local mall, Starbucks, or even McDonald’s – commercial places designed to be social spaces – Apple’s idea goes further.
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