BBC News - Home 14 January 2018

Hawaii missile false alarm triggers shock, blame and apologies

Residents and visitors recall fear and panic, as officials are asked how the blunder happened.

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Plane skids off runway at Trabzon Airport in Turkey

The plane stopped with its nose nearly in the sea, but Pegasus Airlines said no passengers or crew were hurt.

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Tunisia protests: Reforms announced amid new rallies

The government seeks to calm days of unrest, seven years after rallies launched the Arab Spring.

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Vogue suspends Mario Testino and Bruce Weber amid sexual exploitation claims

Mario Testino and Bruce Weber have challenged or denied the claims, as Vogue suspends work with them.

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Burning oil tanker sinks off China after one week

The Sanchi goes down a week after a collision with a cargo ship, claiming 32 lives.

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Panmunjom: Truce town in the Koreas

Here are five things to know about Panmunjom, famous for keeping the peace between North and South.

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Peru: Earthquake leaves two dead and dozens injured

A 7.1 magnitude quake struck off the south-west coast of Peru on Sunday morning.

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French salmonella baby milk scandal 'affects 83 countries'

The boss of French firm Lactalis says up to 12 million boxes of formula are now subject to a recall.

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Ellen Johnson Sirleaf: Liberia's president expelled from her party

The outgoing leader is accused of shunning her vice-president to support George Weah in the election.

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Mark Wahlberg donates reshoot fee to Time's Up defence fund

Actor Mark Wahlberg gives $1.5m he earned from a film reshoot to Time's Up after an equal pay row.

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Papua New Guinea volcano: Islanders flee worsening eruption

Eruptions from a remote island volcano send 1,500 people fleeing to the mainland, aid workers say.

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Australia v England: Jason Roy hits record 180 in five-wicket victory

Jason Roy hits the highest ODI score by an England player with a sublime 180 as the tourists beat Australia by five wickets.

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'I'm a Muslim who voted for Donald Trump'

Mike Hacham originally protested against Trump's so-called "Muslim ban" but says he'd for vote for him again.

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Alexis Sanchez: Decision on Arsenal forward's future imminent after he is left out of squad

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger wants a quick decision on the future of Alexis Sanchez after leaving him out of the squad to face Bournemouth.

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Anthony Joshua v Joseph Parker fight announced for Cardiff in March

Britain's Anthony Joshua will meet Joseph Parker in a world heavyweight unification fight in Cardiff on 31 March.

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Australian Open: Bernard Tomic going home to 'count my millions’ after qualifying defeat

"I just count my millions," says Bernard Tomic after failing to qualify for the Australian Open for the first time.

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Darren Ferguson: Doncaster manager sorry for 'shoot' referee rant

Darren Ferguson apologises for saying he would "shoot" League One's "appalling" referees.

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