BBC News - Home 10 January 2018

California: Rescuers search for mudslide survivors

Roads are closed and people are trapped, with officials saying the death toll is likely to rise.

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Catherine Deneuve defends men's 'right to hit on' women

She is one of 100 French women who warn of a new "puritanism" after recent sexual harassment rows.

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Judge blocks Trump's move to end Daca Dreamers scheme

A district judge rules the scheme must stay in place while moves against it proceed.

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US offshore drilling: Florida wins exemption from Trump plan

Governor Rick Scott successfully fights off President Trump's plans, with more opposition expected.

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Trump deserves credit for Korea talks, says President Moon

South Korea's President Moon Jae-in says talks came about thanks to US-led sanctions and pressure.

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James Franco rejects Twitter harassment claims

The actor disputes sexual harassment accusations made following his appearance at the Golden Globes.

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Iran drug law change could spare thousands on death row

The softening of drug laws could mean 5,000 prisoners escaping execution.

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Akubra girl Dolly's bullying suicide shocks Australia

Once the face of a famous Akubra hats ad, Amy "Dolly" Everett took her own life over cyber-bullying.

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MH370: Private company signs deal to resume missing plane search

Ocean Infinity will search a different and much smaller area - but will only get paid if successful.

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Pakistan reporter Taha Siddiqui flees armed abductors

Taha Siddiqui was seized in Islamabad but managed to escape to safety.

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South Africa police hunt rapist with bitten penis

Hospitals are on the look-out after a pregnant woman was assaulted in front of her child, five.

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Moscow taxi users face the bill amid GPS meddling claims

Taxi users are facing inflated fares because their position has been wrongly located thousands of miles away.

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Syrian shoe-shine refugee photo wins Turkish hearts

A photograph of a Syrian refugee gazing into a gym has resulted in a free lifetime membership

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Coconut controversy: Shoppers query plastic wrapping

Sainsbury's boss agrees the wrapping on coconuts is "daft" - but its supplier says it is recyclable.

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Kato Ottio: Widnes centre, who died aged 23, 'had severe heat stroke' after training run

Widnes Vikings centre Kato Ottio, who died aged 23, suffered severe heat stroke after a training run, says the hospital that treated him.

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Dakar Rally: Back injury ends Andre Villas-Boas debut

Former football manager Andre Villas-Boas pulls out of his first Dakar Rally after sustaining a back injury in stage four.

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Tommy Lawrence: former Liverpool and Tranmere goalkeeper dies

Former Liverpool goalkeeper Tommy Lawrence dies at 77, the club have confirmed.

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Manchester United have raised ticket prices for Sevilla fans in the Champions League

Manchester United are to charge Sevilla fans £89 for the Champions League last 16 game at Old Trafford on 13 March to subsidise their own fans' trip to Spain.

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Romelu Lukaku: Man United striker to take legal advice over voodoo claim

Man United striker Romelu Lukaku denies claims by Everton's owner that he left the club after receiving a "voodoo message".

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Tyson Fury: British Boxing Board of Control wait on medical documents

Former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has yet to send up-to-date medical records to British boxing chiefs.

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Ashes: Is cricket the hardest sport to win away from home?

Why is it so hard to win away from home in Test cricket? And how can these obstacles be overcome? BBC Sport investigates an age-old problem.

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