BBC News - Home 11 March 2018

China's Xi allowed to remain 'president for life' as term limits removed

China's Xi Jinping could stay in power indefinitely after parliament backs constitutional changes.

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Russian spy: Salisbury diners told to wash possessions

Up to 500 Salisbury pub-goers and diners are told to wash possessions after nerve agent traces are found.

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Trump: N Korea talks could bring world's 'greatest deal'

President Trump said meeting Kim Jong-un could fail or bring about "the greatest deal for the world".

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Rwanda Seventh-Day Adventist churchgoers killed by lightning

At least 16 people were killed and dozens more injured at a Seventh-Day Adventist church in the south.

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Climbing Mount Everest while doing 'keepy uppies'

John Farnworth spent the last ten days juggling a football all the way to Mt Everest's base camp.

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Russia 'test-fires hypersonic Kinzhal missile'

President Putin has described the Kinzhal as an ideal weapon, and it has been test-fired ahead of elections.

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West Ham face relegation if 'aggressive' atmosphere continues - Sir Trevor Brooking

West Ham fans could get their club relegated if the "aggressive" climate continues, ex-Hammers forward Sir Trevor Brooking says.

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Rangers 2-3 Celtic

Substitute Odsonne Edouard scores the winner as Celtic overcome a red card to stretch their lead over Rangers to nine points.

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