BBC News - Home 11 January 2018

Trump 'in Oval Office foul-mouthed outburst about migrants'

The White House does not deny he used a slur about Haiti, El Salvador and African nations.

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When abusers have the keys to your home

Across the US, sexual harassment in the housing industry can drive poor women into homelessness.

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Facebook plans major changes to news feed

The social network is to make posts from businesses, brands and media less prominent.

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Huge black hole blasts out 'double burp'

A massive black hole is seen to eject streams of high energy particles after binging on hot gas.

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China shuts Marriott's website over Tibet, Taiwan error

Chinese authorities shut Marriott's website after the hotel lists Tibet and Taiwan as separate countries.

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Montecito mudslides: The terrifying moment a wave of mud hit

A survivor recalls hearing "the most vicious, violent sounds you've ever heard" as his home was hit.

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Ritz Paris robbery: Armed robbers dropped bag of jewels

Police say they have recovered all the €4.5m loot stolen in Wednesday's raid on the Ritz hotel.

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Donald Trump cancels February visit to UK

The US president had been expected by British officials to open the new US embassy in London.

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Pakistan Zainab murder: Girl's father speaks of devastating grief

The body of six-year-old Zainab, who was raped and strangled, was found in a rubbish dump.

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Iran nuclear deal: Mnuchin expects new US sanctions

The US treasury secretary says he expects the step, amid concerns about the Iran nuclear deal.

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Fujimori: New rallies against Peru ex-president's pardon

Protesters demand the pardon of convicted former President Alberto Fujimori be removed.

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Trump says F-52 jet found only in Call of Duty sold to Norway

The defence contractor that makes the actual aircraft exported says it has no F-52 programme.

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Cyclone Joyce: Australian residents warned to take shelter

Authorities warn communities to take shelter and expect possible flash-flooding.

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Tom Hanks: Oprah is one of a kind

Three Hollywood stars weigh in on the Oprah for President debate.

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BBC 'deeply unimpressed' over Carrie Gracie pay jokes

Presenters John Humphrys and Jon Sopel were reportedly recorded joking about the gender pay gap.

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Far-right Austria minister's 'Nazi language' causes anger

Herbert Kickl of the far-right Freedom Party said asylum seekers should be concentrated in one place.

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Adam Rippon: Gay US skater says he would not feel welcome at White House

US skater Adam Rippon says he would not feel welcome at the White House if invited because he is gay.

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US ambassador still can't answer Netherlands' questions

The new US ambassador was hoping for a fresh start. Instead he faced a grilling by the Dutch press.

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School superintendent takes blame for dramatic teacher arrest

A Louisiana superintendent tearfully accepts responsibility for a school board meeting gone awry.

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Hospital apologises for 'dumping' gowned patient in cold

A passerby found the woman outside the Baltimore hospital when temperatures were close to freezing.

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Coronation memories: Queen's advice on wearing a crown

The Queen looks back on her coronation and describes what it's like to wear the Imperial State Crown.

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Ukraine's front-line bakery bringing hope to a town

A bakery in a small town in eastern Ukraine is bringing comfort and hope to war-weary locals.

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Kunumi MC, the indigenous rapper protecting his people's land

Kunumi MC became famous for a protest at the opening game of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

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Fighting for acceptance - the refugee boxer in South Korea

A refugee from Cameroon boxes in South Korea. He explains why it's a battle to be accepted.

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7 days quiz: What extra surprise did China's leader get?

7 days quiz: It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past seven days?

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Logan Paul: Who are YouTube's biggest stars?

The vloggers who are more popular than Logan Paul, stripped of advertising after a suicide row.

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California mudslides: Before and after

Aerial imagery and maps showing the destruction caused by mudslides in southern California, as teams continue to search for survivors.

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The Ripper and the Swedish murders

Unravelling a 40-year-old mystery

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'I replied to a Facebook post and was married six days later'

A Nigerian man tells how he placed an advertisement for a wife on Facebook and married her six days later.

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Will Cape Town be the first city to run out of water?

With water usage and droughts across the globe rising, the race is on to manage water more efficiently.

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Minimum wage: What people get wrong about the fight for 15

Debates over minimum wage rises are dominating headlines as states hike wages in the new year.

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The kindest way to kill a lobster

In Switzerland, lobsters must now be stunned before being boiled - but do they really feel pain?

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Alexis Sanchez: Arsenal target Bordeaux's Malcom as they prepare to sell Chilean

Alexis Sanchez will leave Arsenal during the January transfer window if a suitable offer for the forward arrives and a replacement is secured.

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Chelsea stadium: £1bn Stamford Bridge hit by family dispute

How Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich's plans to build Europe's most expensive stadium are being held up by a family living in the shadow of Stamford Bridge.

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Winter Olympics: GB bobsleigher Bruce Tasker to miss Games after stroke

British bobsleigher Bruce Tasker will miss the Winter Olympics after suffering a minor stroke.

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NBA: Boston Celtics beat Philadelphia 76ers at London's O2 Arena

Boston Celtics beat Philadelphia 76ers 114-103 in front a packed crowd at London's O2 Arena as they extend their winning run.

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'I don't need more Grand Slam titles - but I want them' - Serena Williams

Serena Williams says that she "absolutely wants", but does not need, more Grand Slam titles as she targets Margaret Court's record.

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Deontay Wilder to do community service for misdemeanour marijuana possession

WBC champion Deontay Wilder is ordered to do 60 hours of community service after being found guilty of misdemeanour marijuana possession.

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