BBC News - Home 1 December 2017

Trump-Russia: Michael Flynn admits lying to FBI

Michael Flynn also confirms he is co-operating with the probe into alleged Russian election meddling.

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Potsdam Christmas market evacuated as device found

The device filled with nails and wires was sent to a shop near a Potsdam Christmas market.

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Canada province urges shopkeepers to stop saying 'Bonjour-Hi'

Quebec's legislature passes a motion saying shopkeepers should only greet customers in French.

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The real reason why Tillerson is in trouble

The US secretary of state has a complex relationship with Donald Trump, but what is behind the tension?

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wow Nottingham crowds on first joint visit

Well-wishers in Nottingham come out in force to welcome Prince Harry and his new fiancee.

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Republican holdouts back tax bill despite $1tn deficit alert

The Republican-controlled Senate plans a vote on Friday despite a $1tn deficit warning on the bill.

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New York model found dead with throat slashed near Jamaican resort

Desiree Gibbon, 26, had been working in Jamaica to save money for film college, her family said.

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US woman admits testing homemade ricin on neighbours

Betty Miller says her goal was to injure herself but she tested the poison on other residents first.

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Kate Steinle: Trump outrage over murder case acquittal

The shooting of a woman in San Francisco in 2015 sparked a bitter row over illegal immigration.

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Turkey seeks arrest of ex-CIA officer Fuller over coup plot

Graham Fuller has links to "failed coup mastermind" Gulen, Turkey's chief prosecutor alleges.

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White House logs show problem with ants, mice and cockroaches

The work-orders show dozens of problems reported to maintenance staff by the Trump White House.

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Burka-clad gunmen storm Pakistan college

Gunmen disguised in burkas kill at least nine people and injure 36 at a Peshawar training institute.

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Walmart pulls 'lynch journalists' T-shirt from sale

The US retailer said it had been provided by a company allowing users to upload their own designs.

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Slobodan Praljak suicide: War criminal 'took cyanide' in Hague court

Results of a preliminary post mortem examination suggest Slobodan Praljak drank potassium cyanide.

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Reza Zarrab case: Turkey seizes assets of trader in US trial

The trader has told a US court that Turkey's president backed sanction-breaking deals with Iran.

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UN appeals for record $22.5bn humanitarian aid for 2018

More than $10bn (£7.41bn) is needed to address the humanitarian crises in Syria and Yemen alone.

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Pope uses the "R" word

While meeting a group of Muslim Rohingya refugees, Pope Francis referred to them by name for the first time on his Asian visit.

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World Cup draw: England face Belgium, Panama and Tunisia in Group G

England have been drawn with Belgium, Panama and Tunisia in Group G at next year's Fifa World Cup in Russia.

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Heart disease in Africa, 50 years on from world's first transplant

The world's first heart transplant was performed in Africa 50 years ago, but heart disease is still one of the biggest killers.

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Crowds shout at ex-Trump adviser Michael Flynn at court

Trump's former National Security Advisor has admitted lying to the FBI about dealings with Russia.

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Flight attendant still working at 81

Bette Nash is celebrating 60 years working as cabin crew and says she has no plans to retire.

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'Weinstein assaulted me in a bathroom'

British model Kadian Noble alleges the Hollywood producer groomed her in London before assaulting her in Cannes.

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'Homeless stranger was my long-lost brother'

Siblings separated for 25 years have been reunited after one spotted the other in a Wigan churchyard.

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Embracing the far right, Trump stains a history of democratic ideals

Trump's far-right retweets show a president ripping up the idea of the United States, writes James Cook

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US Republican tax plan: What you may have missed

The Republican plan is filled with targeted perks despite promises to simplify the code.

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Reality Check: Will Republican tax plan hurt Trump?

The president says the Republicans' plan for massive tax cuts won't benefit him. Is that true?

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Does the US debt of $20tn matter?

Could the US debt lead to a 'Suez moment', the crisis that saw the sun set on the British Empire?

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Ashes: England's Moeen Ali may not be able to bowl in Adelaide Test

England all-rounder Moeen Ali will play in the second Ashes Test in Adelaide, but fitness concerns mean he may not be able to bowl.

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Rugby League World Cup: England face Australia in Saturday's final

England face odds-on favourites and defending champions Australia in the World Cup final on Saturday at 09:00 GMT.

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Fifa World Cup 2018 draw: Spain and Portugal in same group

Spain and Portugal are drawn in the same group for the 2018 Fifa World Cup, while Russia take on Saudi Arabia in the first game.

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World Cup: Jan Vertonghen & Eric Dier watch World Cup draw

Tottenham team-mates Jan Vertonghen and Eric Dier watch the 2018 World Cup draw together, hoping that their countries Belgium and England don't get drawn together.

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Paul Pogba says he was 'quite a fan of Arsenal' as a boy

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba says he was "quite a fan" of Arsenal as a child due to the French influence on the Gunners under Arsene Wenger.

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Formula 1 gossip: Hamilton, Todt, Ricciardo, Kvyat, Whiting

Hamilton not driving "at 100%" for final three races, Todt "forgives" Vettel and Ricciardo backs Kvyat to return, plus more.

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Gareth Bale: Real forward to miss Bilbao match with calf injury

Gareth Bale will miss Real Madrid's match at Athletic Bilbao with a recurrence of a calf injury after playing once in two months.

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