samedi 28 février 2015

Estonians are choosing a new government, in an election dominated by concerns over Russian action in Ukraine.



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Jose Mourinho reveals ahead of Sunday's Capital One Cup final that Spurs approached him for the manager's job in 2007.



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Sunderland defender Wes Brown's red card at Manchester United was not a case of mistaken identity, says a referees' body.



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Tyson Fury easily beats Christian Hammer and turns his attention to Wladimir Klitschko and a world title showdown.



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Four Thai fishermen thought to have been held by Somali pirates longer than any other captives have been freed, officials say.



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England slip to a third crushing defeat in four World Cup games as Sri Lanka chase 310 to win by nine wickets.



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Cuban and US diplomats are optimistic about progress at talks in Washington on restoring full relations between the two countries.



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Election candidates are "riding for a fall" if they do not state whether they plan to have a second job if elected to Parliament, an adviser says.



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Lawmakers in the US avoid a partial shutdown of the Homeland Security Department after passing a one-week funding extension two hours before a deadline.



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Police in Brazil arrest an American man suspected of sexually assaulting young women while running a cult in the US state of Minnesota.



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The extremist known as "Jihadi John" had suicidal thoughts after feeling harassed by MI5, according to email exchanges with a journalist in 2010.



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Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has announced measures to impose limits on US diplomats working in the country.



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The Mexican president hails the capture of the country's most wanted drug lord - Knights Templar chief Servando 'La Tuta' Gomez.



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CCTV pictures emerge of three UK schoolgirls on the Turkish leg of what is believed to have been their journey to join Islamic State in Syria.



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The vice-president of Sierra Leone puts himself into quarantine after one of his bodyguards dies from the Ebola virus.



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Thousands of supporters of Italy's Northern League, led by Matteo Salvini, pour into Rome for a rally against immigration and PM Matteo Renzi's rule.



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A 14-year-old girl suffering from cystic fibrosis asks Chile's president to allow her to die in an online video viewed by thousands of people.



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Thousands of Russians light candles and lay flowers for Boris Nemtsov, as speculation grows over the motive for the murder of President Putin's critic.



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The head of Argentina's national fire control agency is sacked as a huge forest fire threatens a renowned national park in Patagonia.



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One of Turkey's best-known writers, Yasar Kemal, 92, dies in an Istanbul hospital following respiratory and organ failure.



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Eight people have been killed and one person injured in a series of shootings in the US state of Missouri, police say.



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An inquiry in Rwanda urges the government to initiate criminal and civil proceedings against the BBC for a documentary about the 1994 genocide.



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The slowdown in the US economy at the end of last year was more pronounced than previously thought, official figures show.



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Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe admits failures in the country's controversial land reform programme, saying some farms were "too big".



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Eight men are jailed over a double heist on the Harry Winston jewellery shop in Paris that netted watches and jewels worth more than $100m.



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A 15-year-old boy was fatally stabbed when three men attacked him while he was cycling with friends, police say.



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A federal judge in Argentina dismisses accusations that President Cristina Fernandez had covered up alleged Iranian involvement in 1994 a bomb attack.



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The prime minister defends the security services amid criticisms they failed to stop the Islamic State militant known as "Jihadi John" from travelling to Syria.



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An Egyptian court designates the Palestinian group Hamas as a terrorist organisation, accusing it of supporting an insurgency in northern Sinai.



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Intelligence agencies are accused of flaws in their treatment of terrorism suspects after it emerged they were aware of 'Jihadi John' before he went to Syria.



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India bowl out United Arab Emirates for 102, the lowest total yet at the World Cup, before racing to victory in 18.5 overs.



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Iraq's national museum officially reopens in Baghdad, 12 years after it was looted in the aftermath of the invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein.



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The jailed leader of Turkey's main Kurdish rebel group urges his followers to end a 30-year armed struggle and seek a democratic peace.



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Western leaders condemn the killing of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, and urge the authorities to conduct a transparent investigation.



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Family and friends of missing teenager Rebecca Watts gather again to look for her as police continue to search lakes and rivers.



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President Obama is among those paying tribute to Leonard Nimoy, the Star Trek actor who has died aged 83, saying: "I loved Spock."



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A US-Bangladeshi blogger whose campaigning for a secular society in Bangladesh angered Islamists is hacked to death on a street in the capital Dhaka.



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Ukraine's president says a "military threat from the east" will remain even if a truce with rebels holds, a warning seen as a reference to Russia.



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People in Lesotho are voting in polls aimed at resolving political tensions following an attempted coup last year.



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Iraqi minority groups are subject to a "systematic strategy" by IS to drive them out of the country, human rights groups warn.



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A dress "resembling" the $150,000 (£97,000) outfit worn by Lupita Nyong'o at this year's Oscars has been found, Los Angeles police say.



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International Airlines Group (IAG) reports a big jump in annual profits and raises its forecast for 2015 after a "remarkable" turnaround at Spanish airline Iberia.



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vendredi 27 février 2015

Russia has become a danger to Britain and the country must be prepared to take steps to defend itself and its allies, the former head of MI6 says.



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First-time home buyers aged under 40 in the UK can now register to buy new homes at a discount of up to a fifth off the normal price.



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German MPs vote overwhelmingly to extend financial aid to Greece by another four months, despite public scepticism.



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The former head of Colombia's secret police, Maria del Pilar Hurtado, has been found guilty of spying on politicians, judges and journalists.



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A former teacher of the man named as extremist "Jihadi John" says he received anger management therapy at secondary school after getting into fights.



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Turkish court fines a man for "emotional violence" for telling his wife he doesn't love her.



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A North Caucasus city which decided not to ban Fifty Shades of Grey sees an influx of people to watch it.



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Energy price comparison sites should compensate customers who changed to tariffs that may not have been the cheapest deals, MPs say.



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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government is due to unveil its first full budget in what is seen as a key test of his appetite for reform.



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Indiana could be the first US state to introduce baby boxes - anonymous drop-off points designed to prevent the deaths of abandoned infants.



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Greek PM Alexis Tsipras denies his country will need a third international bailout, and vows to "start working hard" to change the country.



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A leading Russian opposition politician, former deputy PM Boris Nemtsov, has been shot dead in Moscow, Russian media report.



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A Nepalese army officer ordered the torture of two suspected rebels during the country's civil war, a British court hears.



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The reported destruction of historic artefacts in Iraq by Islamic State militants is a war crime, the head of the UN agency for culture says.



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Four Thai fishermen thought to have been held by Somali pirates longer than any other captives have been freed, officials say.



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The parents of 43 Mexican students who went missing five months ago in the town of Iguala lead a march in Mexico City to demand justice.



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American and Cuban diplomats are meeting in Washington in a new round of negotiations that seek to restore full relations between the two countries.



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Leonard Nimoy, who played Mr Spock in Star Trek, has died at the age of 83, his family says.



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The Senate has passed full funding for homeland security shortly after the House passed its own short-term version as a shutdown deadline looms.



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Extremists like the Islamic State militant known as 'Jihadi John' are not radicalised through contact with security services, ex-MI6 chief Sir John Sawers says.



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A popular Rwandan singer is jailed for 10 years after being convicted of planning to kill President Kagame and inciting hatred against the government.



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Attorney General Eric Holder says he will try to change the standard needed to bring federal civil rights cases in his last few weeks in the job.



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Mexican security forces confirm the arrest of the country's most wanted drug lord - Knights Templar chief Servando 'La Tuta' Gomez.



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Volkswagen reports a sharp jump in annual profits as revenue hits €200bn, but warns of tough market conditions this year.



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A $150,000 designer dress worn by actress Lupita Nyong'o at this year's Oscars is stolen from a Hollywood hotel.



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Two llamas went on the lam in Arizona. Thanks to a local news live feed, the US watched - and Tweeted - in rapt attention.



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House Speaker John Boehner has refused to say if the House will vote on a Senate bill funding homeland security before a Friday deadline.



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jeudi 26 février 2015

A gunman kills three people and then himself at an apartment in the South Korean city of Hwaseong, reports say.



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A devastating disease that has wiped out amphibians around the world has been discovered in Madagascar, scientists report.



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Virginia agrees compensation for thousands of people forcibly sterilised under a eugenics programme until the 1970s - the second US state to do so.



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A Hong Kong woman is jailed for six years for severely abusing her Indonesian maid, in a case that sparked international concern.



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Ed Miliband is to say tuition fees have been a "disaster" and will set out Labour's plans to cut them by a third.



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The Islamic State militant known as "Jihadi John", who has been pictured in videos of the beheadings of hostages, is named as Mohammed Emwazi from London.



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A court in Bahrain sentences three Shia Muslims to death for last year's bomb attack that killed three police and injured another 13, officials say.



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Shares on Japan's main index were up on Friday morning due to a weaker yen against the US dollar and despite a raft of mostly disappointing economic figures.



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The widow of a man killed by "Jihadi John", the masked Islamic State militant identified on Thursday as a man from London, says she wants him caught alive.



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Afghan rescuers are searching for dozens of people believed to be trapped under snow after a series of avalanches that killed at least 187 people.



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The parents of 43 Mexican students who went missing five months ago in the town of Iguala lead a march in Mexico City to demand justice.



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The NHS Trust boss responsible for Stoke Mandeville hospital is criticised for telling an MP Jimmy Savile was 'not given free access', the BBC learns.



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Israeli PM's judgment on the stance of Iran nuclear talks 'may not be correct', US Secretary of State John Kerry says, as a row with the US deepens.



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A US intelligence assessment of security threats faced by the country highlights cyber attacks from foreign governments and criminals.



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AirAsia, one of Asia's most successful carriers, has posted its first net loss in two years, citing currency exchange losses and higher taxes.



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A collection of rare objects, including a shield thought to have been picked up by Captain Cook in 1770, are set to return to Australia for the first time.



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UK state-owned bank RBS reports a £3.5bn loss for 2014, down from £9bn loss the previous year.



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Greek police clash with rioters after the first protest against the left-wing government, ahead of a key German vote on extending the bailout.



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A former Syrian doctor admits having a hoard of explosive ingredients and instructions on how to prepare bombs in Edinburgh.



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A $150,000 custom-made Calvin Klein Collection by Francisco Costa dress, worn by actress Lupita Nyong'o at the Oscars, is stolen in Hollywood.



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South Korea's top court revokes a 60-year-old adultery law under which cheating spouses could be jailed, saying it is unconstitutional.



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Two llamas went on the lam in Arizona. Thanks to a local news live feed, the US watched - and Tweeted - in rapt attention.



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Two llamas went on the lam in Arizona. Thanks to a local news live feed, the US watched - and Tweeted - in rapt attention.



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DeepMind Technologies, une société appartenant à Google annonce avoir développé un système d'intelligence artificielle d'un genre particulier. Son principe est de jouer et de s'améliorer par le [...]

















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House Speaker John Boehner has refused to say if the House will vote on a Senate bill funding homeland security before a Friday deadline.



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Canada's Supreme Court rejects an appeal to remove the country's citizenship oath, which requires applicants to swear allegiance to the British monarchy.



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A New York court finds a close Osama Bin Laden aide, Khalid al-Fawwaz, guilty over the US embassy bombings in Africa in 1998.



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Ghana has secured a $1bn loan from the International Monetary Fund that could stabilise its troubled economy.



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A North Korean shipping company has renamed and reflagged its vessels in an attempt to get around sanctions, a UN report says.



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China imposes a one-year ban on the import of ivory, amid criticism that demand among Chinese consumers is fuelling poaching in Africa.



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The Federal Communications Commission has voted in favour of tougher internet regulation, upholding principle of net neutrality



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CCTV footage of ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko before he is said to have been given a fatal dose of poison is shown at an inquiry into his death.



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A federal judge in Argentina dismisses accusations that President Cristina Fernandez had covered up alleged Iranian involvement in 1994 a bomb attack.



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Two suicide bombers kill at least 15 people at a bus station in north-east Nigeria, witnesses say, as the wave of violence from Boko Haram continues.



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Former Guatemalan President Alfonso Portillo is released from jail in the United States after serving a sentence for taking $2.5m in bribes.



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Leeds chairman Andrew Umbers says the club is "not for sale" despite Russell Crowe suggesting he would consider buying the club.



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Police in Arizona are investigating a data cut that disrupted internet and telephone service across northern Arizona for much of Wednesday.



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A team of Brazilian scientists says they have calculated that the bite of a giant prehistoric caiman was twice has strong as that of a T-Rex.



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A charity boss who abused Kenyan street children is jailed for more than 17 years by a judge at Birmingham Crown Court.



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US inflation remained negative in January, largely due to steep falls in the price of petrol, official figures show.



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A man accused of throwing his five-year-old daughter off a Florida bridge has been ruled mentally incompetent to stand trial for murder.



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A video released by the Islamic State group shows the destruction of statues said to be ancient artefacts from northern Iraq.



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US pop star Madonna fell off the stage during her performance at the 2015 Brit Awards on a night that saw Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran each win two prizes.



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Former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has put several personal items up for auction, including the tie he wore while confessing to smoking crack cocaine.



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Russia signs a deal with Cyprus that gives Russian navy ships access to Cypriot ports, with Vladimir Putin saying "there is no need to worry".



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The former president of Yemen, the poorest country in the Middle East, is suspected of amassing $30bn-$62bn in assets, UN investigators say.



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Nigeria's main presidential challenger Muhammadu Buhari rules out negotiating with Boko Haram militants if he wins elections next month.



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The judge in the inquest into the deaths of seven British men killed in the 2013 Algerian hostage crisis begins giving his verdicts.



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Loans from China to Latin America rose by 71% to $22bn in 2014, new figures from the China-Latin America Finance Database suggest.



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mercredi 25 février 2015

A North Korean shipping company has renamed and reflagged its vessels in an attempt to get around sanctions, a UN report says.



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MPs in Argentina vote on a bill to replace the intelligence agency with a new service, following a row over the mysterious death of a prosecutor.



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The European Commission approves proposals for a single European market in the supply, purchase and consumption of energy.



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Former Guatemalan President Alfonso Portillo is released from jail in the United States after serving a sentence for taking $2.5m in bribes.



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Leeds chairman Andrew Umbers says the club is "not for sale" despite Russell Crowe suggesting he would consider buying the club.



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The French foreign minister urges the release of a Frenchwoman kidnapped along with her interpreter in the Yemeni capital Sanaa.



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The French foreign minister urges the release of a Frenchwoman kidnapped along with her interpreter in the Yemeni capital Sanaa.



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The Syrian government dropped barrel bombs on hundreds of sites last year, violating a UN Security Council resolution, Human Rights Watch says.



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Documents seized from Osama Bin Laden's compound are presented at the New York trial of a Pakistani man accused of bomb plots in the US and UK.



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Australia's national carrier Qantas has reported its best half-year profit in four years as turnaround plans come to fruition.



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Flooding forces more than 4,000 people from their homes in the town of Cobija in northern Bolivia after the river Acre bursts its banks.



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Up to 40 Australian women have either taken part in terrorism or supported terrorist groups, the government in Canberra says.



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Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan says the tide has "definitely turned" against Boko Haram militants, after regional forces recapture territory.



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Pop star Madonna falls off the stage during her performance at the 2015 Brit Awards.



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Madonna fell down some steps during her performance at the Brit Awards but recovered to her performance.



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Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen says the bank can be flexible in deciding when to raise interest rates, helping propel US shares to record levels.



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At least 90 people are killed and 100 homes destroyed in a series of avalanches in Afghanistan's mountainous Panjshir province, officials say.



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Russia signs a deal with Cyprus that gives its navy access to Cypriot ports, with President Vladimir Putin saying "there is no need to worry".



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The former president of Yemen, the poorest country in the Middle East, is suspected of amassing $30bn-$62bn in assets, UN investigators say.



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A report into sexual abuse by Jimmy Savile at Stoke Mandeville Hospital is to say staff were told of 10 complaints at the time, the BBC understands.



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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has been forced into a tough run-off election after failing to gain 50% of voters in his re-election bid.



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Jamaica's parliament decriminalises the possession of small amounts of marijuana for personal use.



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TJX, the owner of US retailers TJ Maxx and Marshalls, follows in Walmart's footsteps by raising the base hourly pay of its workers to $9.



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Three al-Jazeera journalists are arrested for the alleged illegal flying of a drone in the Bois de Boulogne in Paris, prosecutors say.



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The FBI has arrested three foreign nationals living in Brooklyn who agents say sought to join the Islamic State.



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Apple is ordered to pay $533m to a company that does not make products of its own but sues others for payments, in a dispute over iTunes.



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US Singer Chris Brown is forced to cancel shows in Montreal and Toronto after Canadian officials stopped him from entering the country.



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Police in Sweden ask for 21st birthday balloons to be taken down after they are mistaken for Islamic State propaganda.



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Residents of the Dutch town of Purmerend are advised to take umbrellas out at night after a rogue owl leaves man requiring stitches to head wounds.



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Eddie Ray Routh is found guilty of murder of American Sniper Chris Kyle by a Texas jury and is sentenced to life in prison without parole.



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The family of Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim say he is a "political prisoner" and seek a royal pardon over his sodomy conviction.



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An historical sex offence inquiry into Sir Cliff Richard has "increased significantly in size", South Yorkshire Police say.



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Fifa secretary general Jerome Valcke says the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations will be postponed from January to June to help move the 2022 World Cup.



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Chinese leader Xi Jinping unveils the "four comprehensives" as his latest political philosophy, following in a long line of Communist sloganeering.



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Amnesty International urges the five permanent members of the UN Security Council to give up their power of veto in cases of mass atrocities.



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The Indian health minister urges the public not to panic as the number of deaths so far this year from swine flu passes 900.



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US airline Southwest briefly grounds some flights after missing safety checks, but US regulators rule it can continue flying the uninspected planes for five days.



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A Sierra Leonean who worked with children orphaned by Ebola in the West African state dies of the disease himself.



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Egypt's Premier League will resume after its suspension next month with fans banned from attending matches following violent clashes.



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Residents of the eastern Czech Republic town of Uhersky Brod gather to light candles for victims of the country's worst shooting.



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Austria's parliament passes amid heated debate a controversial new bill that reforms its century-old law on Islam.



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A gunman opens fire at a convenience store in the South Korean city of Sejong, killing three people, local media report.



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A Venezuelan teenager is killed in the western state of Tachira in a protest over the worsening economic crisis and the shortage of many staples.



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A top adviser to US President Barack Obama warns that the Israeli Prime Minister's decision to address Congress is "destructive" to US-Israel relations.



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The US offers an unprecedented reward for information leading to the arrest of a Russian hacker, charged with major cybercrime theft.



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Greater Manchester is to become the first English region to get full control of its health spending, as part of an extension of devolved powers.



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Hundreds of climbers forced to abandon Everest expeditions after last year's avalanche want to know if they can try again with the same permits.



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The government of Greece suspends professional football in the country in a crackdown on fan violence.



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The US Supreme Court is set to hear arguments over whether retailer Abercrombie & Fitch discriminated against a Muslim teenager.



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HSBC group chief executive has told UK Members of Parliament that holding a Swiss bank account through a Panamanian company had "no tax purpose".



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mardi 24 février 2015

Suicide bombings at bus stations in two major commercial centres in northern Nigeria kill at least 27 people, police and hospital sources say.



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Foreign investors may have to pay large fees before buying Australian residential real estate or businesses, the government announces.



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The suspended chief of Panama's supreme court pleads guilty to charges of illicit enrichment and is sentenced to five years in detention.



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The head of the United Nations climate change panel, Rajendra Pachauri, steps down amid sexual harassment allegations he denies.



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The Democratic Republic of the Congo launches an offensive against Rwandan Hutu rebels in the east of the country.



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A gunman opens fire at a convenience store in the South Korean city of Sejong, killing three people, local media report.



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Companies behind cold calls and nuisance text messages are to face tougher rules after thousands of complaints about their conduct.



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A Venezuelan teenager is killed in the western state of Tachira in a protest over the worsening economic crisis and the shortage of many staples.



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Islamic State (IS) militants have abducted dozens of Assyrian Christians from several villages in north-eastern Syria, activists say.



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The £6bn health and social care budget for Greater Manchester will be taken over by councils under devolved NHS powers, it is understood.



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Hundreds of climbers forced to abandon Everest expeditions after last year's avalanche want to know if they can try again with the same permits.



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Drones are seen flying over several sensitive landmarks in Paris in a night-time mystery that French police say is being taken seriously.



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A Fifa taskforce recommends that the 2022 World Cup in Qatar should be shortened and take place in November and December.



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Australia's opposition party calls for police probe into whether the government tried to induce the head of the Australian Human Rights Commission to resign.



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The chairman and chief executive of HSBC will answer questions from a panel of MPs about a tax scandal that has hit the bank.



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The US offers an unprecedented reward for information leading to the arrest of a Russian hacker, charged with major cybercrime theft.



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Brazilian lorry drivers block roads in protest against the high cost of fuel and tolls, with officials saying exports are being affected.



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C'est via son site officiel que Rockstar Games annonce une fois encore une modification de la date de sortie de Grand Theft Auto 5 sur PC. Initialement prévue pour le 24 mars, cette version ne débarqu [...]

















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Ce n'est que l'annonce d'une annonce, mais elle a son importance : Valve se lancera, lors de la prochaine Game Developers Conference, dans la réalité virtuelle, avec son SteamVR. Sony, Microsoft, S [...]

















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The UK has now become the first country to approve laws to allow the creation of babies from three people.



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Sony Pictures has named Tom Rothman as chairman of the film studio replacing Amy Pascal, who stepped down following a cyber attack.



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At least 37 people have been killed and many more injured in a series of bombings in and around the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.



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George Zimmerman will not face federal civil rights charges over the death of black teenager Trayvon Martin.



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US President Barack Obama plans to veto a bill that would have approved construction of the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline, White House officials say.



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Sea levels along the northeast coast of the US rose dramatically during 2009-2010 in an event scientists describe as "very unusual".



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Gerbils from Asia rather than black rats were responsible for repeated outbreaks of the bubonic plague in Europe, a study suggests.



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One of the most famous US news anchors, Bill O'Reilly of Fox News, rejects allegations he exaggerated his involvement in the Falklands War in 1982.



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An American woman working as a Christian missionary in central Nigeria has been abducted, the Free Methodist Church USA says.



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Toronto Police are asking the public to help identify the purpose of a bunker 10ft (3m) underground found near a Pan-Am Games site.



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British military personnel are to be sent to Ukraine in the next few weeks to provide advice and training, says Prime Minister David Cameron.



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A court in Egypt clears former Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif and former Interior Minister Habib al-Adly of corruption charges at a retrial.



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Three missing UK teenagers who are believed to be heading to join Islamic State militants are thought to have crossed into Syria, police say.



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Israeli intelligence took a different view of Iran's nuclear capabilities from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in 2012, a leaked cable suggests.



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Libya's internationally-recognised parliament suspends its participation in UN-brokered talks aimed at restoring calm to the country.



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Janet Yellen, in her semi-annual testimony in Congress, says the Federal Reserve can be flexible in determining when to raise interest rates, which have been near zero since 2008.



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The FTSE 100 share index hits a record high after passing through the previous intra-day record of 6,950 set in December 1999.



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Russia's Vladimir Putin says war with Ukraine is 'unlikely', and that the recent Minsk ceasefire deal is the best way to stabilise the country's east.



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The heirs to Nazi-era Jewish art dealers are taking legal action in the US against the German state to recover a medieval treasure trove.



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Court sketches of costumed MI5 agents giving evidence in the trial of Abid Nasser must be made with "blank faces" and "generic hair", a judge has ruled.



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Lawyers for jailed South African athlete Oscar Pistorius launch a legal bid to prevent prosecutors from appealing against his acquittal on murder charges.



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A US court in New York has found the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Palestinian Authority liable for attacks in Israel over 10 years ago.



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A 94-year-old man is charged with more than 3,600 counts of accessory to murder in Germany on allegations he served at Auschwitz.



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Lithuania is to reintroduce military conscription over concerns about "the current geopolitical environment" in the Baltic states, President Dalia Grybauskaite said.



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A commuter train and a lorry have collided, causing three carriages to derail northwest of Los Angeles, with multiple injuries reported.



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A man pleads guilty to attacking disabled pensioner Alan Barnes, for whom more than £300,000 was raised in donations.



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US house prices grew at twice the rate of inflation in 2014 according to the S&P/Case Shiller survey, but it says the recovery is faltering.



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At least eight people die when a gunman opens fire inside a Czech Republic restaurant, local reports and officials say.



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A French woman working for an international organisation has been kidnapped in Yemen, the French foreign ministry says.



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Eurozone approves Greek reform plans aimed at securing extension to bailout, officials say.



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India's Hindu nationalist BJP is to be part of a coalition government for the first time in Muslim majority Jammu and Kashmir.



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Drones are seen flying over several sensitive landmarks in Paris in a night-time mystery that French police say is being taken seriously.



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A Fifa taskforce recommends that the 2022 World Cup in Qatar should be shortened and take place in November and December.



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Durovis, Homido et même Google, nombreuses sont les sociétés à proposer un casque de réalité virtuelle sans fil utilisant la puissance des smartphones. Des petits films, à voir à [...]

















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President Joko Widodo says foreign nations should not interfere in Indonesia's right to use the death penalty, amid plans for more executions.



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There is outrage in India over a Hindu leader's comment that Mother Teresa's charity work had one objective - to convert poor to Christianity.



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lundi 23 février 2015

Greece submits a list of reform proposals to its European and IMF creditors in the hope of further lending, the European Commission says.



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There is uproar in the Indian parliament over a controversial land acquisition bill that aims to ensure industrialists pay fair compensation to farmers.



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Cuba's annual cigar festival opens in the capital Havana - with American visitors able to take cigars home legally for the first time in decades.



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South Korea and the US announce their annual military drills will begin on 2 March, a move that traditionally angers Pyongyang.



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Sir Malcolm Rifkind will find it "very difficult" to remain chairman of Parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee when he faces "cash for political access" claims, his predecessor says.



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New Zealand Prime Minster John Key announces plans to send 143 non-combat training troops to Iraq to help the fight against Islamist State.



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A former rising star in Germany's Social Democratic Party, Sebastian Edathy, goes on trial accused of possessing indecent images of children.



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A study suggests eating peanut as a baby can dramatically reduce the risk of allergy - contrary to advice given around the world.



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Gerbils from Asia rather than black rats were responsible for repeated outbreaks of the bubonic plague in Europe, a study suggests.



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French President Francois Hollande lays out proposals to strengthen laws on anti-Semitic, racist and homophobic hate crimes.



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The government names 70 companies that have failed to pay workers the minimum wage.



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An Egyptian court jails prominent blogger and pro-democracy activist Alaa Abdel Fattah for five years at his retrial over a 2013 protest.



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Greece has unveiled an early summary of the reforms demanded of eurozone leaders in order to secure a bailout extension.



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Australia is investigating dozens of allegations of sexual abuse of asylum seekers in detention centres.



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A single mother with four children, including one with cerebral palsy, has claimed part of a $564m (£365m) Powerball jackpot.



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The UK offshore oil and gas industry saw its worst performance for four decades last year, according to a survey by Oil & Gas UK.



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HSBC has said 2014 was a "challenging year" after reporting a 17% fall in profit to $18.7bn, with chief executive Stuart Gulliver seeing his pay drop.



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Israeli intelligence took a different view of Iran's nuclear capabilities from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a leaked cable suggests.



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Profits at mining giant BHP Billiton fall 31% due to the falling price of iron ore, coal, copper and other commodities.



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Libya's internationally-recognised parliament suspends its participation in UN-brokered talks aimed at restoring calm to the country.



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Greece will send a list of reforms aimed at securing a bailout extension to EU partners on Tuesday morning, missing a Monday deadline, officials say.



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Two UK servicemen were killed in Afghanistan when they were hit by an anti-tank missile attack ordered by a Danish commander, an inquest hears.



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Russia's Vladimir Putin says war with Ukraine is 'unlikely', despite Ukrainian claims that Russia has been backing rebels in the east.



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A dozen university students are in hospital after overdosing on "Molly" or MDMA, a popular synthetic party drug, in Connecticut.



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Italy and Switzerland have signed a deal to work together on tackling tax evasion.



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A Lebanese satirist has appeared before a prosecutor in Beirut after being accused by the country's top Sunni religious authority of insulting Islam.



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A 94-year-old man is charged with more than 3,600 counts of accessory to murder in Germany on allegations he served at Auschwitz.



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A US court in New York has found the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Palestinian Authority liable for attacks in Israel over 10 years ago.



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Birdman wins best picture, British actor Eddie Redmayne best actor and Julianne Moore best actress at this year's Oscars.



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Talks on Iran's nuclear programme will resume in Geneva next week "after some progress was made," Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif says.



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Shia rebels in Yemen threaten to arrest and try the prime minister and all members of his cabinet for treason if they refuse to return to work.



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Cuba frees the president of a Canadian transport company, Cy Tokmakjian, after more than three years in jail on bribery charges.



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Ivory Coast's former first lady Simone Gbagbo appears in court for the first time over her alleged role in post-election violence in 2010.



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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban loses the two-thirds majority that allowed him to pass a new constitution without opposition support.,



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The Grand Sheikh of Egypt's al-Azhar University calls for overhaul of Islamic religious teaching to tackle spread of extremism.



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Kenya's top court throws out key aspects of new anti-terrorism legislation, including clauses that curbed media freedom and capped refugee numbers.



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President Barack Obama and Congress are at loggerheads over homeland security's $40bn (£26bn) budget, with time running out to secure a deal.



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Prison officials in south Texas are transferring hundreds of inmates after the men took control of the facility and set fires.



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An 18-month-old boy dies in a measles outbreak in the German capital Berlin, sparking a debate over compulsory vaccinations.



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The Pakistani military arrests a man suspected of planning December's attack on a school in Peshawar, which killed at least 150 people.



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A court in the Maldives denies bail to former President Mohamed Nasheed who was arrested on Sunday under anti-terror laws.



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Japanese carmaker Honda is replacing its president after a year of massive recalls linked to its Takata-supplied airbags.



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Apple is to invest 850m euros (£625m) developing a data centre near Athenry in County Galway.



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The head of US homeland security urges vigilance after Somali-based militants call for attacks on shopping centres in the US, Canada and Britain.



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A gang which allegedly kidnapped people in Colombia and sold them on to a left-wing rebel group has been dismantled, prosecutors say.



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North Korean authorities ban foreigners from the annual Pyongyang marathon because of concerns over the spread of the Ebola virus, travel agencies say.



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HSBC has said 2014 was a "challenging year" after reporting a 17% drop in profit to $18.7bn.



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A ceremony is held in New York's Harlem to honour black civil rights leader Malcolm X at the site where he was assassinated 50 years ago.



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Two groups of Kenyan tech innovators are selected to help the BBC reach young African audiences through social and digital platforms.



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dimanche 22 février 2015

England claim their first win of the 2015 World Cup as a record opening stand helps them to a 119-run victory over Scotland.



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Australia Post reports half-year profits of A$98m - down 56% from a year earlier - and forecasts its first full-year loss in more than 30 years.



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Greece is preparing to present a list of reforms to international creditors in order to secure a bailout extension.



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The Church of England pays some staff less than the living wage - despite calling on employers to pay at least that amount - the Sun newspaper reveals.



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A Thai court is due to rule on the case of two students charged with breaking strict laws against insulting the monarchy in a 2013 play.



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Rolf Harris is stripped of his Australian honours after his conviction last year for child sex offences, a formal statement says.



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Universal benefits for pensioners will once again be protected if the Conservatives win May's general election, David Cameron will say later.



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The deaths of hundreds of people with mental health conditions who were held in detention could have been avoided, an inquiry in England and Wales finds.



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Ex-cricketer Glenn McGrath says he regrets going on a hunting safari after photos show him posing with dead wildlife.



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Turkish forces enter war-torn northern Syria to evacuate troops guarding a historic tomb, demolishing it and moving the remains elsewhere.



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This year's Academy Awards are underway in Hollywood.



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UN investigators say they are considering revealing the names of an estimated 200 individuals suspected of committing war crimes in Syria.



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The Guardian is reporting that HSBC chief executive Stuart Gulliver holds £5m in a Swiss bank account through a Panamanian company.



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Australia's army is deployed in Queensland to help clean up after a powerful tropical cyclone caused widespread damage in coastal areas.



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Cristiano Ronaldo is now Real Madrid's third all-time leading scorer after helping the Spanish leaders move clear of Barcelona.



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Cuba frees the president of a Canadian transport company, Cy Tokmakjian, after more than three years in jail on bribery charges.



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Two former foreign secretaries, Jack Straw and Sir Malcolm Rifkind, have been secretly filmed apparently offering their services to a private company for thousands of pounds.



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The Grand Sheikh of Egypt's al-Azhar University calls for overhaul of Islamic religious teaching to tackle spread of extremism.



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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban loses the two-thirds majority that allowed him to pass a new constitution without opposition support.,



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BP loses its bid to reduce the maximum civil fine of $13.7bn (£8.9bn) it could face for its role in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.



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Australian PM Tony Abbott is due to unveil a new anti-terrorism strategy and appoint a security tsar to tackle what he says are rising threats.



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The trial of former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn ends in France, with a judge declaring he will deliver his verdict on 12 June.



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An ex-police officer and Chelsea fan apologises for his part in an alleged racist incident on the Paris Metro - but denies he is a racist.



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South Sydney Rabbitohs run in seven tries to inflict a record World Club Challenge defeat on Super League champions St Helens.



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Four-time world champion John Higgins beats Ben Woollaston 9-3 to win the Welsh Open - his first title for three years.



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The Nigerian army says it has retaken the town of Baga, held by Boko Haram militants since 3 January.



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A man is arrested in connection with historical sex abuse allegations made by Karen Danczuk, the wife of Labour MP Simon Danczuk.



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The head of US homeland security warns shoppers to be vigilant after Somalia-based terror group al-Shabab urges followers to attack shopping centres.



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US Secretary of State John Kerry says new "serious sanctions" are being considered against Russia over its "craven" behaviour in Ukraine.



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Liverpool move to within two points of a Champions League place by grinding out victory at fifth-placed Southampton.



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Armed men have abducted at least 89 boys from a camp for people displaced by fighting in South Sudan, the UN reports.



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Eurozone business activity has reached a seven-month high, prompting companies to take on more staff, a closely watched survey indicates.



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Lotus' Romain Grosjean is fastest but the end of the second pre-season test is overshadowed by Fernando Alonso's accident.



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The final countdown to the Oscars is under way with Birdman and Boyhood vying to win best picture at Sunday's ceremony.



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Pakistan make the worst start to an innings in World Cup history as West Indies secure an emphatic 150-run victory.



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Matthew Upson's own goal denies Premier League bottom club Leicester victory as Everton draw a fifth home game in a row.



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A Canadian MP says he rushed out of parliament and nearly missed a vote because of his tight underpants.



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Egyptian prosecutors charge 215 Muslim Brotherhood supporters with forming a terror group blamed for the killing of six policemen in Cairo.



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UK government finances showed a surplus of £8.8bn in January, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has said.



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The father one of three London schoolgirls believed to be heading to Syria urges his daughter to come home, saying his family "can't stop crying".



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A court in Colombia rules that same-sex couples can adopt children, but only if the child is the offspring of one of the partners.



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Harry Kane wins a penalty and scores with the last kick of the game to earn Tottenham a draw against West Ham.



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Yemen's ousted President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi has accused the Houthi militia that seized power last month of staging a coup.



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A ferry with about 100 passengers on board capsizes following a collision with a trawler in central Bangladesh, killing at least 33 people.



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US actress Kristen Stewart becomes first American actress to win a Cesar Award - the French equivalent of an Oscar - for her role in Cloud of Sils Maria.



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Laura Trott takes silver in the omnium as Britain look set to finish without a gold at the Track World Championships.



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McLaren driver Fernando Alonso is reported to be "OK and conscious" after crashing during F1 testing in Barcelona.



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London police probing allegations of racism by Chelsea fans in Paris have identified three men at centre of appeal



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HSBC is open to criminal charges in the UK over its Swiss tax-dodging scandal, says former director of public prosecutions Lord Ken Macdonald.



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Police in the Maldives have arrested opposition leader and former President Mohamed Nasheed, local media say.



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Shikhar Dhawan hits 137 as India maintain their unbeaten start to the World Cup with a 130-run win over South Africa.



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Nascar suspends star driver Kurt Busch indefinitely after a court ruling that he probably physically abused his ex-girlfriend, accusations he denies.



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New US Defence Secretary Ash Carter arrives in Afghanistan, days after taking up the post, saying he wants "lasting success" for the country.



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Companies that fail to prevent tax evasion could face penalties as part of a plan announced by Lib Dem Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander.



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A fire which destroyed a storage warehouse in south-east London is being treated as arson, police say



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A fire fanned by strong winds sweeps through the Torch skyscraper in Dubai, one of the tallest residential buildings in the world.



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Rafael Nadal is beaten by Fabio Fognini at the Rio Open as he loses his first semi-final on clay for 12 years.



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samedi 21 février 2015

Liberia is to reopen its borders following a reduction in the number of Ebola cases being reported in the country.



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Australia's security hotline had 18 calls about a self-styled cleric just days before his deadly attack on a Sydney cafe in December, a report says.



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The former Labour deputy prime minister, John Prescott, is returning to front-line politics as a special adviser to Ed Miliband with responsibility for climate change.



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Mahela Jayawardene hits his 19th one-day international century to help Sri Lanka avoid a shock defeat by Afghanistan.



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The family of a Scottish woman suspected of encouraging three London schoolgirls to join militants in Syria says security services "failed".



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Rebels in eastern Ukraine agree to begin a pullout of heavy weapons, a Russian general involved in implementing a truce deal says.



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Birdman beats Boyhood to the top prize at the Independent Spirit awards, a day before the films go up against each other at the Oscars.



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Turkish troops reportedly cross the Syrian border and pass through Kobane to relieve the garrison at the Suleyman Shah tomb - a Turkish enclave.



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A ceremony is held in New York's Harlem to honour black civil rights leader Malcolm X at the site where he was assassinated 50 years ago.



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UN investigators say they are considering revealing the names of an estimated 200 individuals suspected of committing war crimes in Syria.



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Councillor Rozanne Duncan, expelled by the UK Independence Party over what Nigel Farage described as "deeply racist comments", says she has no regrets.



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Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho blames four key moments after his Premier League leaders are held to a draw by Burnley.



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Britain's Martin Murray loses to WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin in 11 rounds in Monte Carlo.



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Ex-cricketer Glenn McGrath says he regrets going on a hunting safari after photos show him posing with dead wildlife.



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Cuba frees the president of a Canadian transport company, Cy Tokmakjian, after more than three years in jail on bribery charges.



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Fears grow over three London schoolgirls who have flown to Turkey, amid concerns they may cross the Syrian border and join the Islamic State terrorist group.



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The rowing world pays tribute as former Oxford boat race coach and BBC rowing expert Daniel Topolski dies aged 69.



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Ukrainian government and rebel forces exchange dozens of prisoners, in the first step successfully carried out under the Minsk agreements.



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Manchester City beat Newcastle to record their biggest league win of the season and cut Chelsea's lead to five points.



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Jose Mourinho is "ashamed" of the Chelsea fans who prevented a black man from boarding a Paris train on Tuesday.



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Struggling McLaren-Honda endure yet another setback on the penultimate day of the second pre-season test in Barcelona.



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Relatives of one of the three missing London girls believed to be heading to Syria say "we don't want you to go there".



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Manchester United suffer their second Premier League loss since November as Jonjo Shelvey's goal gives Swansea victory.



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A multiple bomb attack by Islamic State militants in Libya has killed at least 40 people and wounded dozens in the eastern town of al-Qubbah.



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Britain's Mo Farah breaks the two-mile indoor world record with a time of eight minutes 3.40 seconds in Birmingham.



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Chelsea's Nemanja Matic is sent off as the Premier League leaders are held to a draw by relegation-battling Burnley.



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The Nigerian army says it has retaken the town of Baga, held by Boko Haram militants since 3 January.



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Chinese computer maker Lenovo offers free software so users can remove hidden software that experts warned made them vulnerable to a cyber-attack.



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Sale record their first Premiership victory over Saracens since 2011 to temporarily move up to fourth in the table.



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US Secretary of State John Kerry says he and his UK counterpart are discussing more sanctions on Russia over its "craven" behaviour in Ukraine.



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Some 20 people, including senior officials, are killed in an al-Shabab attack during Friday prayers in the Somali capital Mogadishu, witnesses say.



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Leeds claim a fifth win in six games as Middlesbrough miss out on going four points clear at the top of the Championship.



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Eurozone business activity has reached a seven-month high, prompting companies to take on more staff, a closely watched survey indicates.



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Armed men have abducted at least 89 boys from a camp for people displaced by fighting in South Sudan, the UN reports.



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BP loses its bid to reduce the maximum civil fine of $13.7bn (£8.9bn) it could face for its role in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.



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Australia's World Cup Pool A match against Bangladesh in Brisbane is washed out without a ball being bowled.



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Monaco have a number of "great clubs" interested in £50m striker Falcao should Man Utd opt not to sign him.



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A Canadian MP says he rushed out of parliament and nearly missed a vote because of his tight underpants.



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More than £300m is to be spent by the government on research into dementia, Prime Minister David Cameron announces.



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UK government finances showed a surplus of £8.8bn in January, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has said.



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The Greek government begins work on a list of reforms it has agreed to submit to lenders by Monday, as part of a deal to extend its bailout package.



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A court in Colombia rules that same-sex couples can adopt children, but only if the child is the offspring of one of the partners.



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A boy seriously injured in the Pakistani school massacre 'played dead' to survive while a gunman searched the room and stepped on him.



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Yemen's former president Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi flees the capital, Sanaa, where he had been under house arrest.



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US actress Kristen Stewart becomes first American actress to win a Cesar Award - the French equivalent of an Oscar - for her role in Cloud of Sils Maria.



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Police are investigating racist chanting at London's St Pancras station by men thought to be Chelsea fans returning from a Champions League match in Paris.



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Pakistan make the worst start to an innings in World Cup history as West Indies secure an emphatic 150-run victory.



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Caracas Mayor Antonio Ledezma is indicted for plotting violence against Venezuela's government - a move condemned by the opposition.



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Brazil samba school Beija-Flor wins Rio's carnival by telling the story of Equatorial Guinea - after allegedly being funded by the African nation.



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The mayor of Venezuela's capital is arrested amid accusations of a coup attempt, with President Nicolas Maduro saying he must "answer for his crimes".



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Russian government supporters are to rally in Moscow to mark the first anniversary of what they view as a "coup" in neighbouring Ukraine.



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Fears are growing for the safety of three east London schoolgirls who police believe are trying to cross the Turkish-Syrian border to join the Islamic State terrorist group.



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The UK and European diplomats are accused by peers of a "catastrophic misreading" of the mood in the Kremlin in the run-up to Ukraine crisis.



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A fire breaks out at a warehouse, sending a large plume of smoke billowing into the sky above south-east London.



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