BBC News - Home 25 March 2018

March For Our Lives: Six key takeaways from the US gun control rallies

The leading events in some of the biggest rallies in the US since the Vietnam War era.

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Killer Mike: Rapper defends gun ownership in NRA video

The Run The Jewels rapper criticises anti-gun activists in an NRA video released on the weekend of the March For Our Lives protests.

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Carles Puigdemont, former Catalan president, detained in Germany

Carles Puigdemont, wanted in Spain for sedition, is held by German police as he tries to reach Belgium.

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'Orange snow' baffles eastern Europeans

The strange phenomenon caused by snow mixing with sand is sighted in Russia and other countries.

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Ball-tampering row: Australia captain Steve Smith banned for one Test and fined

Australia captain Steve Smith is banned for one Test and fined his entire match fee after a ball-tampering incident against South Africa in Cape Town.

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France gun attack: Trèbes held memorial Mass for victims

A memorial Mass was held in Trèbes for four people killed by an Islamist gunman on Friday.

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Russia fire: Kemerovo shopping centre blaze kills children

Video on social media shows panic as rescue teams evacuate the building in southern Russia.

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Australia-UK: First non-stop flight arrives in London from Perth

The first scheduled non-stop flight to the UK takes 17 hours to reach London's Heathrow Airport.

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Facebook boss apologises in UK and US newspaper ads

Firm could have done more to stop data breach that affected "millions", Mark Zuckerberg says.

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Russia and Taliban deny US claims of working together

The head of US forces in Afghanistan had told the BBC Moscow was supplying the insurgents with arms.

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Darkness shrouds landmarks across the world

Lights are turned off every year for Earth Hour to raise awareness about climate change.

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Two students brought together by gun violence

They live in places torn apart by gun violence. And they marched together in Washington.

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Australia ball-tampering: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull shocked by 'cheating'

Malcolm Turnbull, the Australian prime minister, says it is "beyond belief" that the national cricket team was involved in "cheating" during the third Test match against South Africa

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Gareth Bale: Wales winning the China Cup would be 'massive'

Gareth Bale says winning the China Cup final against Uruguay, which would be his first trophy with Wales, would be "massive".

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New Zealand v England: Joe Root falls on final ball of day four

England captain Joe Root is dismissed on the final ball of day four as New Zealand take a big step towards victory in the first Test.

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India women v England women: Danni Wyatt century brings record T20 victory

Danni Wyatt's superb 52-ball century leads England to the highest successful run chase in a women's Twenty20 international and victory over India.

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