BBC News - Home 28 February 2018

Dick's Sporting Goods pulls assault-style rifles as Florida students return

Dick's Sporting Goods is to stop selling the kind of gun used in the Florida school attack.

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Theresa May rejects EU's draft option for Northern Ireland

The prime minister attacks proposals for Northern Ireland to stay in a customs union with the EU.

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Russia's Olympic membership is restored by IOC

Russia's Olympic membership is restored by the International Olympic Committee following its suspension from Pyeongchang 2018.

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Trump-Russia: Communication director Hope Hicks 'admits white lies''

Hope Hicks reportedly refused to answer questions relating to President Trump's time in office.

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Sridevi Kapoor: India crowds say goodbye to Bollywood star

The popular film star was cremated as fans lined the streets of Mumbai to pay their respects.

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Meghan Markle joins royals at charitable forum

Meghan Markle wants to "hit the ground running" when she joins the Royal Foundation later this year.

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Ryan Seacrest: US TV host rejects harassment allegations

A former stylist to the US TV presenter alleges he repeatedly sexually harassed and assaulted her.

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Slovakia grapples with murdered journalist's last story

Jan Kuciak's piece claims an Italian crime syndicate with government links is embezzling EU funds.

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Taliban offer: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani seeks talks

President Ghani says the militants could become a legitimate party if they help end years of war.

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Evan Rachel Wood: Actress tells Congress about sexual abuse

Evan Rachel Wood gives powerful testimony about being a rape victim to Congress in the US.

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N Korea 'providing materials for Syria chemical weapons'

Pyongyang has been sending acid-resistant tiles, valves and pipes to the country, a UN report finds.

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Europe freezes as 'Beast from the East' arrives

From the Italian ruins of Pompeii to the high German peaks, extreme cold hits Europe, killing 10.

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Rio military deployment stirs controversy in Brazil

About 3,000 soldiers are sent to patrol the streets, but residents say they are being harassed.

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Tokyo 2020 Olympic mascots unveiled after children's vote

The mascots for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics were chosen by a vote among schoolchildren.

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How to read the draft Brexit treaty

The EU is publishing a 120 page document setting out its terms for the UK's exit - what does it mean?

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Why English courts are opening in the EU

Other countries try to lure post-Brexit business overseas by hearing legal cases in English.

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New Zealand v England: Ben Stokes 'emotional' after victory in second ODI

Ben Stokes says he was "emotional" after being named man of the match in his second game back for England.

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Arsene Wenger: Arsenal manager says keeping his job is his 'last worry'

Arsene Wenger says keeping his job as Arsenal boss is his "last worry" after losing six of their 12 games in 2018.

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Snow delays pre-season testing in Barcelona

The third day of pre-season testing is delayed because of snow at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in Spain.

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World Indoor Championships: Greg Rutherford withdraws from Birmingham event

British long jumper Greg Rutherford withdraws from the World Indoor Championships which start on Thursday in Birmingham.

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