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BBC World News
France elections: Macron and Le Pen through to run-off
The pair will contest the second round on 7 May with the centrist Emmanuel Macron as favourite.
North Korean university names detained US citizen
Kim Sang-duk, also known as Tony Kim, was teaching at a Pyongyang institution before his arrest.
Venezuela's President Maduro calls for talks with opposition
Nicolas Maduro seeks dialogue with the opposition ahead of the latest in a series of protest rallies.
A night at a French Front National election party
Marine Le Pen's supporters in Marseille watch the results come in with great anticipation.
Aurora photographers find new night sky lights and call them Steve
Steve is a "remarkably common" gas ribbon in the upper atmosphere.
Messi scores last-second winner
Lionel Messi scores his 500th Barcelona goal to send them top of La Liga with a last-minute winner against Real Madrid.
Colombia's ELN loses kidnap victim in jungle escape
Colombia's ELN guerrillas say a Russian-Armenian wildlife trafficker they held hostage has escaped.
Parents' mobile use harms family life, say secondary pupils
More than a third of pupils have felt the need to ask adults to put down their phones, suggests a poll.
North Korea 'ready to sink' US aircraft carrier Vinson
The USS Carl Vinson is expected off the peninsula soon, amid rising regional tension.
Italy migrant crisis: Charities 'colluding' with smugglers
An Italian prosecutor tells a newspaper there is evidence of direct contact between the two.
General election 2017: Tony Blair says Brexit stance more important than party
The former prime minister urges voters not to elect candidates who "back Brexit at any cost".
Germany AfD: Right-wing party picks election leaders
Facing a slump in popularity, the AfD is seeking to enter national parliament for the first time.
Bomb left outside Ardoyne school was designed to kill officers, say police
Police say bomb left outside gates of Belfast primary school could have killed or seriously injured.
Australian girl, 8, escaped a sinking car but family drowned
Chloe Kabealo, who got out and raised the alarm, says she tried to go up for air and kept rising.
Bend It Like Granny
The 98-year-old grandmother from India's Tamil Nadu state who leads a yoga dynasty.
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg on grief: It does get better
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg speaks movingly about her grief after the sudden death of her husband.
A study of London youth
After the London 2011 riots, photographer Julian Mahrlein set out to capture the faces of inner-city teenagers.
'We’re doing something nobody has ever done before'
Steph is an international cheerleader. She’s also blind.
Gunshot survivors bare all for photographer
Photographer Kathy Shorr has photographed 101 gun shooting survivors throughout the US in a powerful new photography project.
Your pictures: Street food
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "Street food".
Yahoo World News
A Mideast rivalry worth watching
At the heart of many Middle East conflicts lies a fierce rivalry between Iran and Saudi Arabia. Both now have leaders eager to win over young people with fundamental reform. For Saudis, that leader is Mohammed bin Salman, the deputy crown prince who is barely over 30.
How Trump's Syria strike could affect North Korea, Egypt attacks must not divide Christians and Muslims, Improving protection of older people's rights, Investing in STEM education can aid development, Are citizens of a democracy obligated to vote?
"The bombing of one of Bashar al-Assad’s airfields must have sent premonitions through the minds of Kim Jong-un and his generals: they could be next," states an editorial. "The deployment of significant American naval assets to the South China Sea must also represent evidence to the North Korean leadership that Donald Trump wants to send a message to all of his nation’s enemies in the world: don’t mess with America.... The more the North Koreans believe he might [bomb North Korea], the more circumspect they ought to be.
Readers write: Power of science, regional change, enjoying and learning
John Yemma captures some of the stellar glow of science in his March 20 Upfront piece, “The pure spirit of science.” But the gleam of science goes well beyond the wonder of new discoveries and the excitement of dedicated workers. Scientific thinking provides a logical, inspired pathway to solve problems and trigger scintillating inspiration. Recommended: Could you pass a US citizenship test?
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