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BBC World News

Syria: Turkey war planes launch strikes on Afrin
Turkey launches air strikes on US-backed militants in Afrin, opening a new front in Syria.
Kabul: Gunmen attack Intercontinental Hotel
At least four gunmen launched the attack on the Intercontinental Hotel, Afghan officials say.
US shutdown: Trump and Democrats blame each other
Recriminations start after the US Senate fails to pass a new budget, leading to a shutdown of services.
Paul Bocuse: Top French chef dies at 91
He is said to have passed away in his famous three-Michelin-starred restaurant near Lyon.
Football president George Weah puts Liberian army to the test
Ex-football pro George Weah challenges Liberia's army to a friendly before his inauguration.
In case you missed it
When a penguin decides to hop on board, and other stories you might have missed this week.
Ed Sheeran announces engagement
The couple met in school although they only got together in 2015.
Winter Olympics 2018: North Korea will send 22 athletes to Pyeongchang
North Korea will send 22 athletes to compete in three sports at the Winter Olympics in South Korea.
British tourists warned to 'stay in resorts' in Jamaica security emergency
Tourists in Montego Bay should stay in their resorts after a number of shootings, foreign office says.
Asian wildlife trafficking 'kingpin' Boonchai Bach arrested
Boonchai Bach is accused of heading of one Asia's biggest illegal wildlife smuggling networks.
Women's March: Where, when and why will protests happen?
Protests are planned across the US this weekend - here's what you need to know
Turkey bus crash: Eleven killed in motorway accident
The bus taking families on a skiing trip crashed in the north-west in reportedly good road conditions.
Syria conflict: 15 refugees found frozen to death
Children were among the 15 people who died trying to cross from Syria into Lebanon in a snowstorm.
Teenage bell-ringer rescued from Abingdon belfry
Fire crews use a rope system to lower the 17-year-old down to the church floor on a stretcher.
'Drunk' pilot removed from BA plane at Gatwick Airport
The British Airways flight to Mauritius was delayed at Gatwick Airport for several hours.
The Brazilian man who lives in a sandcastle
Marcio Matolias has lived in a sandcastle for 22 years in an upmarket neighbourhood of Rio De Janeiro.
Why Italians are saying 'No' to takeaway coffee
Drinking takeaway coffee is a way of life in many parts of the world. So why do Italians refuse to do it?
The future of high-speed travel?
Virgin's Hyperloop One plans to get passengers to their destination in minutes rather than hours.
Pad Man: A man's 'period poverty' rescue becomes a film
A new film, Pad Man, charts one man's 20-year bid to make cheaper sanitary towels available in India.
The man risking his life to save pink dolphins
Fernando Trujillo works in dangerous areas of the Amazon to save the rare species.

Yahoo World News

Cutting off communication, no more street protests, improving Parliament, projections for India

Cutting off communication, no more street protests, improving Parliament, projections for India“Connections and conversations matter all year round, so it is easy to understand why some people became frustrated after learning that Skype had been blocked in the [United Arab Emirates],” states an editorial. “The move, made a fortnight ago, is the second time the service has been suspended and follows a period of confusion over the regulations.... In a country where internet usage exceeds 90 per cent of the population, being part of a global conversation means being connected.... Open and smart communication channels will be a vital factor in building smarter cities. “One ... disruptive technological influence in recent times is social media...,” writes Joseph Rwagatare.



Readers write: An about-face in reaction to sexual harassment, coverage of international news, books that matter, original and fresh story

Readers write: An about-face in reaction to sexual harassment, coverage of international news, books that matter, original and fresh storyRegarding the Dec. 7 Monitor Daily article “Franken resignation shows Democrats’ line in the sand”: No woman should have to put up with unwanted sexual advances, either verbal or physical, even though such behavior has been prevalent for decades. Women have had to walk on eggshells, in fear of losing their jobs for reporting sexual harassment. Hurray for women, who have risen to the occasion and come together in efforts to put an end to sexual harassment.



Russia investigation: An eventful week, and what happens next

Russia investigation: An eventful week, and what happens nextNew details emerged this week in the broadening investigation into alleged efforts by Russia to interfere in the 2016 presidential election. • The cofounder of the firm that produced the so-called Trump dossier told members of Congress in November that he suspected a number of Trump real estate deals may have been a vehicle for Russian money laundering operations. Glenn Simpson voiced his suspicions in a 165-page transcript released to the public on Thursday by the House Intelligence Committee.



BBC Sports News

Mkhitaryan agrees Arsenal switch as Sanchez swap moves closer
Manchester United's Henrikh Mkhitaryan agrees a move to Arsenal, with Alexis Sanchez set to go in the opposite direction.
Aguero hat-trick gives Man City victory over Newcastle
Sergio Aguero's hat-trick gives Manchester City the win over Newcastle United and restores their 12-point lead at the top of the Premier League.
Stepping up a level: Bolder Edmund targets first Grand Slam quarter-final
Britain's Kyle Edmund hopes to show a "killer instinct" when he faces Andreas Seppi in the last 16 at the Australian Open.
Scarlets become first Welsh side in six years to reach Champions Cup quarters
Scarlets become the first Welsh region for six years to reach the quarter-finals of Europe's premier club competition, with a storming victory over Toulon.
England fight back to beat New Zealand in extra time
England fight back to beat New Zealand in extra time in their opening game of the Netball Quad Series.
Masters 2018: Mark Allen beats John Higgins 6-3 to join Kyren Wilson in final
Northern Ireland's Mark Allen ensures there will be a first-time winner of the Masters this year as he beats John Higgins 6-3 to reach the final.
Bobsleigh World Cup: GB pair escape crash
Great Britain's Mica McNeill and Montell Douglas narrowly escape crashing in heat one of the Bobsleigh World Cup.
Everton and West Brom draw overshadowed by McCarthy leg break
Substitute Oumar Niasse comes on to save a point for Everton in a match overshadowed by James McCarthy's horrific leg injury.
Vanessa-Mae: Violinist ends Winter Olympics bid to protect music career
Violinist Vanessa-Mae will not compete for Thailand at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics next month after a shoulder injury ends her qualification bid.
Chiefs' hopes over as Hogg inspires Glasgow win
Exeter's pursuit of a Champions Cup quarter-final spot comes up short as Stuart Hogg makes a try-scoring return for Glasgow.
Highland League Brora Rangers make last 16 of Scottish Cup
Brora Rangers reach the last 16 of the Scottish Cup for the first time after beating East Fife.
Cyrille Regis: Football pays tribute after death of former England international
The Premier League pays tribute to the memory of Cyrille Regis with a minute's applause at Saturday's games.
Winter Olympics 2018: Tonga's Rio Olympic flagbearer will compete in Pyeongchang
Tonga's flagbearer from the Rio Olympics, whose photo went viral in 2016, will now compete at the Winter Olympics.
Dakar Rally 2018: Carlos Sainz wins race for second time
Carlos Sainz wins the Dakar Rally for the second time, driving his Peugeot to victory in Argentina on Saturday.
Tunis Grand Prix: Britain's Gemma Howell wins bronze, Lucy Renshall finishes fifth
Britain's Gemma Howell secures a bronze medal at the Judo Grand Prix in Tunisia.
Abu Dhabi Championship: Thomas Pieters and Ross Fisher share lead after round three
Ross Fisher produces a seven-under-par 65 to move into the joint lead with Thomas Pieters at the Abu Dhabi Championship.
Un De Sceaux claims third consecutive Clarence House Chase at Ascot
Odds-on favourite Un De Sceaux becomes the first horse to win three consecutive Clarence House Chases.
North Korea sending 22 athletes to Winter Olympics in South Korea
North Korea will send 22 athletes to compete in three sports at the Winter Olympics in South Korea.
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Cyrille Regis: Adrian Chiles' tribute to a 'leader, trailblazer, gentleman'
Broadcaster Adrian Chiles looks back at the career of former West Brom and England forward Cyrille Regis, who died at the age of 59 this week.

BBC Americas News

US shutdown: Trump and Democrats blame each other
Recriminations start after the US Senate fails to pass a new budget, leading to a shutdown of services.
Lac-Megantic trial: Workers cleared over Canada rail disaster
Forty-seven people were killed in one of the worst rail disasters in Canadian history.
Larry Nassar case: Olympic champ Jordyn Wieber reveals abuse
Jordyn Wieber and teammate Aly Raisman tell the child abuser: "The tables have turned, Larry."
Nigeria: Kidnapped US and Canadian citizens freed
The group is found during a joint police and army operation after they were kidnapped on Wednesday.
US musician Tom Petty died of 'accidental drug overdose'
His family believes he was overusing prescription medication when he died in October, aged 66.
Watch how tow truck driver escapes this crash unscathed
A tow truck driver attempts to load a broken-down car when another vehicle slides out of control.
Trump travel ban: Supreme Court to rule on legality
The court is due to hear arguments in April and will decide if the ban is legal by the end of June.
Nasa removes US astronaut from ISS mission
Jeanette Epps would have been the first African-American astronaut on the space station crew.
Kim and Kanye name baby girl Chicago West
The reality TV star says she felt an instant connection with Chicago, who was delivered by surrogate.
Trump vows abortion opposition in speech to March for Life
Mr Trump, who previously supported abortion access, says the laws are "wrong" and should "change".
Las Vegas shooting: Police say gunman's girlfriend won't face charges
Police say they still do not know the motive for October's mass shooting that caused 58 deaths.
Why are these women sticking with Trump?
Trump's approval ratings among women have dropped during his first year. But not with these voters.
How can parents torture their children?
As the Turpin family allegations shock the world, we look at how cases of extreme abuse can happen.
Lac-Megantic: The runaway train that destroyed a town
Nearly five years after a rail disaster, a small Canadian town still grapples with the aftermath.
Women's March: Where, when and why will protests happen?
Protests are planned across the US this weekend - here's what you need to know
US government shutdown: How did we get here?
The US has begun a government shutdown for the first time since 2013. What is going on?
What happened to worries about Trump's business?
What happened to worries about President Trump's potential conflicts of interest?
Pilcomayo River: 'Without water, we have no life'
What it's like to live in one of South America's most remote regions along the Pilcomayo River.
Detroit Motor Show: What the cars of the future may look like
A range of concept cars and trucks are showcased at the 2018 Detroit motor show.
Viewpoint: The good, bad and ugly in Trump's first year
Despite positive economic news, the Republicans risk a heavy defeat in the mid-terms. How come?
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