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Yahoo World News
European elections: In Leipzig, a microcosm of Germany’s political scene
Leipzig is a lively and broadminded town, the fastest growing in Germany and a cultural beacon. It celebrates Johann Sebastian Bach, who lived and worked here, and the city also hosts festivals for Goths, techno fans, and punks.
Mideast peace plan’s rocky start: Did US misread Arab politics?
The first phase of the long-awaited U.S. plan for Middle East peace, a summit in Bahrain to discuss economic investment in the Palestinians, is already beginning to look like a major miscalculation. The announcement this week of the June 25-26 event was met with a wave of derision among Palestinians and in the Arab press, culminating Wednesday in the Palestinian Authority’s official rejection of the U.S. invitation to attend. The central complaint: that the economic component of peace could not be addressed without agreeing first on fundamental political principles.
Why the SAT needs a character check
To help more disadvantaged students get into higher education, the College Board has come up with a scoring metric beyond its own SAT test, which measures only verbal and math skills. Relying on public data, it looks at 15 factors in neighborhoods and schools that might negatively influence a candidate’s college readiness. If applicants come from a highly adverse background yet have decent but perhaps not stellar SAT scores, a college might then admit them.
BBC Sports News
Heart of Midlothian v Celtic
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Scottish Cup game between Heart of Midlothian and Celtic.
Women's World Cup: England must win tournament to get equal pay talks - Fran Kirby
England and Chelsea forward Fran Kirby says the Lionesses "need to win the World Cup" before talking about equal pay with male players.
Mauricio Pochettino's joke backfires as Real Madrid release official statement
A tongue-in-cheek comment from Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino backfires and prompts Real Madrid to release an official statement.
Change The Game: Dame Kelly Holmes calls for athletes to 'accept who you are'
Leading sportswomen urge female athletes to be themselves after detailing abuse over body image.
Europa League final: Chelsea Supporters Trust accuse club over 'lack of help'
Chelsea Supporters Trust criticise the club for being "unwilling" to help fans attend the Europa League final in Baku.
Premiership semi-finals: Saracens, Gloucester, Exeter and Northampton in last four
Saracens, Gloucester, Exeter and Northampton all have a chance to reach the Premiership final, but who will make it to Twickenham?
Copa del Rey final: Barcelona's Lionel Messi says Liverpool defeat was one his 'worst moments'
Barcelona's Lionel Messi says he wants to win the Copa del Rey in order to ease the pain of the Champions League defeat by Liverpool which ranks among the "worst moments of his career".
French Open: Nick Kyrgios pulls out with illness
Australian world number 36 Nick Kyrgios pulls out of the French Open with illness, meaning Cameron Norrie will now play a qualifier.
Neymar? Kylian Mbappe? Will Real Madrid make big signings this summer
After winning nothing in 2018-19, Real Madrid are widely expected to rebuild this summer - will this herald a return of the Galacticos to the Bernabeu?
Magic Weekend: Five reasons to watch Super League's annual carnival of rugby league
The rugby league posts are up at Anfield, as Magic Weekend heads to Liverpool this Saturday and Sunday.
Afghanistan beat Pakistan in World Cup warm-up match
Afghanistan beat Pakistan by three wickets in a World Cup warm-up match at Bristol featuring an unbeaten 74 from Hashmatullah Shahidi.
Man City: The sliding doors moment that helped transform the club – 20 years on
It was not so long ago that Manchester City were languishing in the third tier and, but for a dramatic Wembley win, their current success might never have happened.
Frank Lampard to discuss Derby future amid Chelsea rumours
Derby boss Frank Lampard says he will discuss his future after the Championship play-off final amid talk of a Chelsea return.
Glasgow Warriors v Leinster: Five key issues ahead of Pro14 final
The Pro14 showpiece should be one to savour, and these are the key issues that set the stage.
Women's World Cup 2019: Germany win 2003 final with golden goal - 14 days to go
BBC Sport goes back to 2003 when Germany made history by becoming the only team to win a World Cup via a golden goal, after their 1-1 draw with Sweden went to extra time.
Formula E recap: Jean-Eric Vergne victorious in Monaco
Watch short highlights as Jean-Eric Vergne masters the streets of the principality to power to a lights-to-flag victory at the Monaco E-Prix.
Nathan Redmond 'tackled' by a goal in England training
Watch as Southampton's Nathan Redmond is upended by a small goal during an England training session before their Nations League semi-final against the Netherlands.
#changethegame - History of women's sport
As part of BBC Sport's Change the Game campaign for the women's summer of sport season, we have profiled some female trailblazers who have excelled and inspired through history.
Alex Danson: Recovering from head injury has been my biggest challenge
Olympic gold medallist Alex Danson opens up about her recovery from what she describes as a "mild traumatic brain injury" after hitting her head on a concrete wall.
Netball World Cup 2019: 'We know who we are' - England announce squad
Watch the inspiring announcement video from England Netball to confirm the 12 women who make up the Roses World Cup squad.
BBC Americas News
Trump to clear $8bn Saudi weapons sale over Iran tensions
The president evokes a legal loophole to push through the arms deal without Congressional approval.
US groups sue Alabama over 'extreme' abortion ban
The lawsuit was expected and is part of a conservative strategy to re-examine federal abortion law.
US to send 1,500 extra troops to Middle East amid tensions
The deployment is a response to the "ongoing threat" posed by Iran, the acting defence secretary says.
Boston museum sorry for racist 'no watermelons' remark
A teacher accuses staff at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston of racism towards her pupils.
Harvey Weinstein 'to settle with accusers for $44m'
The film producer reached a deal with women who say he sexually abused them, his lawyers tell media.
Trump orders new powers for Attorney General's surveillance probe
The move gives new authority to the attorney general, who is investigating if Mr Trump was spied on.
SpaceX puts up 60 internet satellites
The California firm launches the first spacecraft in its multi-billion-dollar broadband project.
Killer tornado hurls US elderly couple from home
The bodies of Kenneth and Opal Harris are found tossed 600ft by a "devastating" twister.
Lance Armstrong: I wouldn't change a thing about doping
Lance Armstrong says he "wouldn't change a thing" about the doping that helped him win and then saw him stripped of seven Tour de France titles.
John Walker Lindh: Anger as 'American Taliban' freed
President Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo attack John Walker Lindh's early release.
Julian Assange, Wikileaks co-founder, faces 17 new charges in US
The US is hoping to extradite the Wikileaks co-founder, who is currently in jail in the UK.
Trump says Huawei could be part of trade deal
Huawei could feature in a US-China trade pact despite being "very dangerous", says the US president.
Viewpoint: What Assange charges could mean for press freedom
New US charges against the Wikileaks co-founder have massive implications, a legal expert argues.
'I was told I looked like a pig'
A video of Katelyn Ohashi performing a 'perfect 10' gymnastics routine went viral in January, but the joyfulness of the performance told nothing of the difficult journey she had been on.
How did six migrant children die on US border?
The six - all but one from Guatemala - were detained after they crossed the US southern border.
John Walker Lindh: What happens when you release a 'traitor'?
The 'American Taliban' has left prison after 17 years - some are concerned about what he will do now.
'Perhaps life would be easier if I shaved, but why?’
Poet and transgender activist Alok Menon is often trolled for their appearance - but is defiant.
Feeling the impact of Trump's foreign worker squeeze
US firms say President Trump has made it harder to hire the skilled foreign workers they need.
Virginia Uber driver was Somali war criminal
Thirty-one years after he was left for dead, one of the taxi driver's victims has his day in court.
North Korea's Joe Biden 'imbecile' insult and what it tells us
Calling the former vice-president a "fool of low IQ" is part of North Korea's propaganda strategy.