BBC News - Home 3 February 2018

Italy Macerata drive-by attack: Foreigners targeted, say police

A gunman shoots passersby in Macerata in a suspected racially-motivated attack before being arrested.

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Philippines gripped by dengue vaccine fears

Fears over a dengue vaccine lead to a big drop in immunisation rates for preventable diseases.

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Winter Olympics: North Korea presses ahead with military parade

North Korea plans a military parade a day before the Winter Olympics opening ceremony in the South.

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Syria war: Outcry over 'mutilated' female Kurdish fighter

Kurds in Syria accuse Turkey-backed rebels of dismembering the body of a woman they killed.

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Lady Gaga halts tour due to 'severe pain'

The singer, who has fibromyalgia, says she is "devastated" but needed to put herself first.

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Trump Russia: Democrats say firing special counsel could cause crisis

Democrats say release of a controversial memo is aimed at disrupting a probe into alleged Kremlin links.

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Hawaii false alarm worker: I was 100% sure it was real

The Hawaiian worker who sent a false incoming missile alert says he's devastated for causing panic.

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North Korea made $200m flouting sanctions, UN told

The export of banned commodities last year raised nearly $200m, a panel of UN experts says.

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Russian oligarchs in UK told to explain luxury lifestyles

"We will come for you," warns the security minister as he commends McMafia's portrayal of organised crime.

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The Spice Girls reuniting to work on 'new opportunities'

The 90s girl group says the time feels right to "explore some incredible new opportunities".

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Burnley 1-1 Manchester City

Johann Berg Gudmundsson's late equaliser for Burnley denies Manchester City victory for only the fourth time in the Premier League this season.

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Winter Olympics 2018: Doping ban, neutral Russians & Pyeongchang medal hopes

Which Russians will compete at the Winter Olympics? How will they fare? And what next in the country's long-running doping scandal?

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