BBC News - Home 30 November 2017

Theresa May: Trump was 'wrong' to retweet far-right posts

But the prime minister rejects calls for a planned state visit by the US president to be cancelled.

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North Korea: Russia accuses US of goading Kim Jong-un

Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov rejects US calls to cut ties with the North over its weapons tests.

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North Korea: US urges all nations to cut ties

China must "do more" and halt oil supplies, the US envoy at the UN Security Council says.

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Slobodan Praljak: Police investigate Hague trial suicide

They want to establish how a war criminal managed to smuggle poison into court to kill himself.

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Matt Lauer: Sacked US TV news anchor says he's 'truly sorry'

The sacked co-host of NBC's Today programme said he was "ashamed" over misconduct allegations.

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Ukraine 'father of deceased' sets off courtroom grenades

The explosion has killed the man and injured the three suspects of murdering his son, reports say.

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Trump-Russia: Jared Kushner 'questioned about Michael Flynn'

President Trump's son-in-law is asked about former top White House aide Michael Flynn, reports say.

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Yemen war: Fighting breaks out among allied rebels

Supporters of the Houthi movement and ex-president Saleh clash in Sanaa, amid rising tensions.

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Elon Musk bids to build Chicago travel pods

The entrepreneur will compete to build a futuristic transport link to the city's airport.

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Man fined for painting road signs to aid his commute

A Chinese man has been fined for repainting road signs to redirect traffic and make his commute faster.

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North Korea: What could tip the balance

While North Korea's nuclear threat might be a deterrent, it can easily tip into catastrophic escalation.

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China: Nursery abuse probe provokes widespread distrust

People question the speedy closure of an inquiry into child abuse at a Beijing nursery.

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Brexit Countdown: Why is the Northern Ireland border question so hard?

Could tensions over the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland prevent Brexit progress?

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Ashes: James Anderson questions whether Australia bowling was 'dangerous'

England's James Anderson reveals he asked the umpire if Australia's bowling was dangerous during the first Ashes Test.

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Ethnic minority coaches still face 'barriers' in English football

Coaches from black and ethnic minority backgrounds are still facing "institutionally embedded barriers" in football, according to a sports think tank.

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Autumn international: Wales pick centre Hadleigh Parkes against South Africa

Scarlets centre Hadleigh Parkes will make his Wales debut against South Africa on Saturday after completing his residency period.

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David Silva: Manchester City midfielder signs a one-year contract extension

David Silva signs a one-year contract extension to keep him at Manchester City until 2020

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