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BBC News - World
Manuel Noriega, Panama ex-strongman, dies at 83
The former military ruler was ousted by a US invasion in 1989 and convicted of drug trafficking.
Cyclone Mora hits Bangladesh with heavy wind and rain
A powerful storm has made landfall on Bangladesh's south-eastern coast with heavy rains and winds.
Tiger Woods: Alcohol 'not involved' in arrest
The golfer says an "unexpected reaction" to medication led to his arrest while driving in Florida.
Iraq conflict: Baghdad ice cream parlour hit by suicide attack
A suicide car bomb kills at least 10 in late-night attack on a mainly Shia area of Baghdad.
Colombia and Farc agree to extend arms deadline
Rebel fighters have an extra 20 days to hand over their weapons to the UN, President Santos says.
Siege gunman shot dead after policeman's killing in Queensland
The man had killed a policeman before barricading himself in a farmhouse for 18 hours, authorities say.
BA to operate all flights from Tuesday
But the airline warns it "may take some time" to reunite travellers with their bags.
Moscow storm: 11 killed as high winds strike Russian capital
The storm could be the deadliest to hit the Russian capital in more than 100 years.
British Columbia: Greens to back minority NDP government
The Greens will back a "stable minority NDP government", ending 16 years in power for the Liberals.
Indonesian Muslim preacher named as porn case suspect
Preacher Rizieq Shihab is accused of exchanging graphic messages and nude pictures with a woman.
Mother jailed for murdering children by driving into Australian lake
A judge says Akon Guode showed a "catastrophic" betrayal of trust when she killed three of her children.
Trudeau asks Pope Francis to apologise for schools
He wants an apology for the Church's role in a school system where indigenous children were abused.
Macron denounces Russian media on Putin visit
During a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, France's Emmanuel Macron has denounced state-sponsored Russian media as spreading 'lies'.
Migrant crisis: Packed dinghy catches fire off Spanish coast
The 34 people, who were travelling to Europe in the boat, were saved by the Spanish coast guard.
Manchester attack: CCTV appears to show bomber shopping hours before explosion
Footage emerges appearing to show Salman Abedi in a Manchester shop a day before the bombing.
BBC News - Science & Environment
Earth-i plans space video network
Earth-i promises daily, fast-turn-around pictures and colour video of the planet's surface.
Aurora Australis: Colourful show hits Australia and New Zealand
Onlookers are treated to a spectacular display as the Southern Lights hit Australia and New Zealand.
Climate change: Trump keeps world waiting on Paris deal
The US president says he will announce this week if he will pull out of the Paris agreement.
Britain's great explorations now online
The Royal Geographical Society is releasing films of its scientific explorations from the early 20th Century.
Terrorists' moral judgment probed in psychology test
Researchers say their study identifies "cognitive factors" that might lie behind brutal acts.
Juno peers below Jupiter's clouds
Scientists say the Solar System's biggest planet is showing itself to be far more complex than anyone thought.
New Zealand space launch is first from a private site
The first ever launch from New Zealand is a step towards making it cheaper to get cargo into space.
Schiaparelli: Crashed lander was ill-prepared for Mars
The crashed European spacecraft Schiaparelli was ill-prepared for its attempt at landing on the surface of Mars, a report suggests.
Flamingo balancing act saves energy
Flamingos expend less energy standing on one leg than in a two-legged stance, scientists confirm.
Frozen 'space sperm' passes fertility test
Viable mouse sperm stored in space gives hope for sperm banks on the Moon, a Japanese team says.
Lean-burn physiology gives Sherpas peak-performance
Nepalese mountain guides have a physiology that uses oxygen more efficiently than lowlanders.
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.
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