BBC News - Home 4 March 2018

Syria war: Residents flee Eastern Ghouta bombardment

The Syrian military steps up operations in the Eastern Ghouta, despite an international outcry.

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Davide Astori: Fiorentina captain and Italy international dies at the age of 31

Fiorentina captain and Italy international Davide Astori dies at the age of 31.

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Trump trade war: China vows retaliation if tariffs bite

The warning comes after Donald Trump announced steel tariffs and said that trade wars were good.

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Sir Roger Bannister: First person to run a mile in under four minutes dies at 88

Sir Roger Bannister, the first person to run a mile in under four minutes, dies at the age of 88.

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Oscars 2018: What to expect from this year's ceremony

Ahead of Sunday's ceremony we take a look at the nominees to watch and the biggest talking points.

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Papua New Guinea earthquake: Tens of thousands need urgent aid

Aid agencies struggle to reach isolated areas in Papua New Guinea, nearly a week after a large quake.

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President Trump mocks Jared Kushner at annual dinner

The US president joked about his son-in-law, White House "chaos" and Kim Jong-un at the event.

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Mexico missing Italians: Police accused of handing them to gang

Four Mexican police officers face criminal proceedings over the disappearance of three Italians.

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Germany coalition deal: Social Democrats vote to join government

A vote by Social Democrats ends five months of political deadlock - Angela Merkel stays chancellor.

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Brexit: Theresa May urges EU to buy into 'ambitious' vision

The PM tells the BBC her vision for trade relations after the UK leaves is "practical and credible".

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Switzerland TV licence: Voters set to reject abolition

A referendum is being held on whether to abolish the 451-franc ($480; £348) annual broadcast fee.

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Baby chimp rescued from poachers in Africa

The orphaned animal sat with his pilot as they travelled to a new home in DR Congo.

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Obituary: Roger Bannister

The first man to run a mile in under four minutes who went on to became a distinguished neurologist.

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Deontay Wilder 'ready' for Anthony Joshua after beating Luis Ortiz

Deontay Wilder says he is ready for a heavyweight unification bout with Britain's Anthony Joshua after beating Luis Ortiz to retain his WBC title.

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Sir Roger Bannister: The man who ran a four-minute mile

He made sporting history by becoming the first man to run a mile in less than four minutes.

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Mo Farah claims inaugural 'Big Half' win

Britain's Mo Farah beats Kenyan Daniel Wanjiru in a sprint finish to win the inaugural 'Big Half' race in London.

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Michelle Wie claims first tournament win since 2014

Michelle Wie wins the Women's World Championship in Singapore in dramatic fashion as she claims her first tournament win since US Open in 2014.

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Arsenal players getting away with murder - David Seaman

Former Arsenal keeper David Seaman says some of the club's current players are "getting away with murder" while manager Arsene Wenger is criticised.

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