BBC News - Home 9 December 2017

Iraq declares war with Islamic State is over

PM Haider al-Abadi says Iraqi troops are in now complete control of the country.

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Johnny Hallyday: Huge crowds gather for France's 'Elvis Presley'

Hundreds of thousands of fans line the streets of Paris to pay tribute to a French icon.

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Dustin Hoffman faces new sex abuse allegation from co-star

Actor Kathryn Rossetter says she suffered an "abusive experience" during a Broadway play in 1984.

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Spain Catalonia: ‘We may have broken the law’ - ex-minister Josep Rull

The former minister said that Spain's reaction to the declaration of independence was "too severe".

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Brexit: Michael Gove says UK voters can change final deal

People who "dislike the arrangement" can change it at the ballot box, says the environment secretary.

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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe: Boris Johnson meets Iranian counterpart

The UK foreign secretary is in Iran, where is is raising concerns about Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe.

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Uber settles defamation lawsuit filed by Indian rape victim

A woman raped by a driver in Delhi says executives got her medical records after doubting her story.

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Saakashvili: Ex-Georgia leader detained by police in Kiev

Mikheil Saakashvili's detention comes days after he was freed from police custody by his supporters.

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Ashes: England's Ben Duckett poured drink over James Anderson in Perth bar

Ben Duckett is dropped from an Ashes tour game and also suspended after pouring a drink over England bowler James Anderson's head in a Perth bar.

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Ashes: Gary Ballance & Ben Foakes fail to make case with bat in Perth

Tom Curran makes an unbeaten 77 but the batsmen in England's Ashes squad fail to push for a Test place on day one of the tour game in Perth.

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