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BBC News - World
Trump 'to do everything' for Middle East peace
The US president spoke of his hope for the region after meeting Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas.
Nato hit by Turkish veto on Austria partnership
Turkey vetoes Nato's co-operation with Austria, blocking the alliance's partnership activities with 41 countries.
Indonesian men caned for gay sex in Aceh
It is the first time the Indonesian province has caned anyone for gay sex, a crime under its Islamic law.
South Korea fires at North 'object'
The object has not been identified but North Korea has flown drones over the border in the past.
Germany cracks Europe-wide burglary gang of 500 members
Police say the gang used young women and could be behind a fifth of burglaries in Germany.
Bahrain protester 'killed in raid on sit-in' near Shia cleric's home
Activists say one protester has been killed in Diraz, home of the Gulf state's leading Shia cleric.
Sandro Rosell: Former Barcelona president arrested
Former Barcelona president Sandro Rosell is arrested as part of a money-laundering investigation.
Ex-national security adviser ducks Senate's Russia inquiry
President Trump's fired aide invokes his constitutional right against self-incrimination.
Park Geun-hye: S Korea trial of impeached president begins
The corruption trial of Park Geun-hye is the latest stage in her dramatic fall from power.
Myanmar army rejects UN Rohingya abuse claims
UN allegations that troops raped and killed Rohingya Muslims are all false, the military says.
Rebel Wilson sues magazine publisher over 'nasty' articles
The Hollywood actor alleges she lost film roles after magazines portrayed her as a liar.
Gambian ex-President Yahya Jammeh 'stole $50m' from state
Yahya Jammeh, who left the country in January, has had his remaining assets frozen by a court.
Manchester explosion: Witnesses share their stories
Powerful stories from people who were at Manchester Arena on Monday night.
Manchester Police: This was a terrorist attack
Ian Hopkins from Greater Manchester Police has given an update on the investigation after Monday's terror attack at the Manchester Arena.
Concert goers flee Ariana Grande gig
At least 22 people are dead and many injured in a possible terrorist incident at an Ariana Grande concert.
BBC News - Science & Environment
Lean-burn physiology gives Sherpas peak-performance
Nepalese mountain guides have a physiology that uses oxygen more efficiently than lowlanders.
Frozen 'space sperm' passes fertility test
Viable mouse sperm stored in space gives hope for sperm banks on the Moon, a Japanese team says.
Brexit barriers 'would harm science', say universities
Make science and research a priority in Brexit talks, says Russell Group.
Tax plastic drinking straws, firm says
A waste disposal firm claims that plastic drinking straws are "the ultimate in human wastefulness".
Mount Everest's famous Hillary Step destroyed, mountaineers confirm
The world's highest mountain poses new hazards after the collapse of a key rocky outcrop.
All three chicks at Cairngorms osprey nest die
The nest in the Cairngorms in which three osprey chicks had hatched now appears to have been abandoned.
Norway to boost protection of Arctic seed vault from climate change
Measures are announced after water enters a frozen facility guarding the world's key crop seeds.
China claims breakthrough in mining 'flammable ice'
The vast reserves of methane hydrates under the bottom of the sea could be key to future energy needs.
UN looks to protect birds from green energy threats
Shutting down wind farms when birds pass over is one of the methods being tested to save migrating species.
Nasa seeks experiment ideas for Europa lander
Nasa is seeking the best ideas for experiments to fly on a mission that will land on Jupiter's moon Europa.
Greece battles locust plague on Agios Efstratios island
Locals say sheep on Agios Efstratios are starving as so much plant life is being devoured by swarms.
Recycling body criticises Pringles and Lucozade packaging
The packaging for Pringles and Lucozade Sport are among the most difficult to recycle, a trade body says.
Treasure trove of new plant discoveries revealed
Almost 2,000 plants new to science have been identified in the past year, but many are at risk.
Cities need 'hedges as well as trees' for environment
Scientists suggest smaller plants are better at absorbing air pollution around tall buildings.
Google DeepMind patient app legality questioned
A leaked letter throws doubt on the legal basis for sharing 1.6 million patient records with DeepMind.
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