BBC News - Home 3 March 2018

Florida school shooting: US investment giant pressures gun firms

Investors may be given the chance not to put money into gun firms after the Florida school shooting.

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Melon listeria kills three in Australia

Another 15 people have fallen ill because of bacteria found in melons from a New South Wales farm.

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Slovakia journalist murder: Seven suspects released by police

All seven men arrested in connection with the killing of an investigative journalist are released.

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Tasmania election: Gun control row clouds Liberals victory

The Liberals return to power amid controversy over a proposal to ease ownership rules.

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Ice skating fun breaks out on Dutch canals

Ice skaters take a twirl on the frozen canals of the Netherlands.

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Sydney stages 40th anniversary Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras

Sydney has staged the first Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade since same-sex marriage was legalised.

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Lidl supermarket looted after digger used to attack building

A supermarket collapsed after a stolen digger was smashed into the building.

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VAR: Video assistant referees set to be used at 2018 World Cup in Russia

Video assistant referees are set to be used at this year's World Cup after football's lawmakers vote to approve the technology.

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Paris metro: Pregnant Frenchwoman fined for walking wrong way

A €60 fine to a pregnant Paris metro user for misusing a one-way system sparks social media anger.

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Not time to nitpick on Brexit - Jacob Rees-Mogg

The Tory MP warns fellow Brexiteers "everyone will have to give up something" after Theresa May's speech.

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The Razzies: Emoji Movie named worst film of 2017

The animated film triumphs at Hollywood's Razzie awards, on the eve of the Oscars.

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County Cork great-grandmother sledging picture goes viral

Eileen Maguire, 86, wasn't going to miss out on her chance to hit the snowy slopes.

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Dog saves newborn lamb 'frozen to ground' by Storm Emma

Pip Samuel assumed the animal had died but Freddie the dog thought otherwise.

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New Zealand v England: Kane Williamson ton not enough to deny Eoin Morgan's side

England win a thrilling third one-day international by four runs, despite a classy century from New Zealand captain Kane Williamson.

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Burnley 2-1 Everton

Burnley end a run of 11 Premier League matches without a win by coming from behind to beat Everton at Turf Moor.

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Thirty years of outfits

We take a look at red carpet styles from 2008, 1998 and 1988.

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