BBC News - Home 2 February 2018

Trump accuses FBI leadership amid row over memo

The US president says leaders at the FBI and Justice Department have politicised investigations.

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Migrant crisis: Scores feared drowned off Libyan coast

Three survivors said most of those who drowned were Pakistani nationals.

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Larry Nassar: Father lunges at disgraced US doctor

A victim's father lunges at disgraced US sports medic Larry Nassar but is tackled by court security.

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Sprawling Mayan network discovered under Guatemala jungle

Latest technology reveals a network of more than 60,000 structures under Guatemala's jungle.

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Groundhog Day: Punxsutawney Phil makes prediction

It's Groundhog Day! But what was the furry little critter's winter prognostication?

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Texas killer dad John Battaglia taunts ex-wife at execution

"I've seen enough of him," John Battaglia's ex-wife said as she walked away after his execution.

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US jobs and wages rise in January

The average hourly wage in the private sector in January increased 2.9% year-on-year.

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Calais migrants: Five shot in mass brawl

An Afghan is suspected of shooting at a queue for food handouts, critically injuring four Eritreans.

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Bill and Ted star on his child abuse hell

Actor Alex Winter tells BBC 5 live he wasn't able to talk about his "potentially dangerous secret".

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Finsbury Park attacker Darren Osborne jailed for minimum of 43 years

Darren Osborne, who drove a van into a crowd of Muslims in London, will serve a minimum of 43 years.

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Cuba: Fidel Castro's son 'takes own life'

Fidel Ángel Castro Díaz-Balart, known as "Fidelito", is found dead in Cuba.

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France helicopter crash: Five killed as two army aircraft collide

Two army helicopters collided in southern France, killing five people, police say.

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Maldives police disperse crowds celebrating court's freeing of opposition leaders

Crowds were celebrating a Supreme Court order that jailed opposition politicians be freed and retried.

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Players taunted footballer over depression

David Cox says he was called a "psycho" and mocked on the pitch for discussing his mental health difficulties.

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Jim Carrey won't face a civil trial over Cathriona White's death

The actor had faced a civil trial over the suicide of former girlfriend Cathriona White.

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Volcanic eruptions in Guatemala captured in time-lapse video

Volcan de Fuego sent ash over a mile into the sky.

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Duke and duchess attend gala dinner in Norway

William and Kate fly in from Sweden for the second and final leg of their Nordic tour.

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New Zealand gannet 'no mates Nigel' dies alongside fake partner

The lonely bird died beside a concrete bird replica he had courted - and nested with - for years.

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Rap video frosty welcome for 2018 Winter Olympic Games

Why are some South Koreans criticising the Games with a YouTube clip, and others petitioning against it?

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Breaking Bad's Cranston joins ranks of no-autograph stars

The Breaking Bad actor says he won't sign memorabilia after being "overwhelmed by requests" - but he'll still do selfies.

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Arsene Wenger: Arsenal boss says Europe's 'big five' leagues 'being destroyed'

Europe's biggest leagues are being "destroyed" by clubs with "huge financial power", says Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.

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Davis Cup 2018: Great Britain trail Spain after Liam Broady beaten

Great Britain go 1-0 down in their Davis Cup World Group tie as Liam Broady is beaten in straight sets by Spain's Albert Ramos-Vinolas.

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Antonio Conte: Chelsea manager says he intends to stay in role at club

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says it is his "will and desire" to stay at the club for the remaining 18 months of his contract.

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Six Nations 2018: Ben Te'o starts for England against Italy

Centre Ben Te'o is preferred to Jonathan Joseph for England's opening Six Nations match against Italy in Rome on Sunday.

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Allister Coetzee leaves post as Springboks coach

Springboks coach Allister Coetzee leaves the job after less than two years following a falling-out with SA Rugby.

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