BBC News - Home 28 March 2018

Kim Jong-un was in Beijing, China and NK confirm

After days of speculation, officials confirm it was the North Korean leader meeting Xi in Beijing.

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Stormy Daniels seeks Trump testimony on her sex claims

Stormy Daniels wants the president to testify about whether he was aware of a "hush agreement".

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Facebook privacy settings revamped after scandal

The social network claims the overhaul will make it easier for users to find and edit their data.

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Stephon Clark's brother storms Sacramento council meeting

The brother of shooting victim Stephon Clark and others disrupt a Sacramento city council meeting.

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Trèbes attack: Paris ceremony for hero policeman Arnaud Beltrame

Hundreds of people gather in the rain to pay their final respects to Lt Col Arnaud Beltrame.

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Worboys release decision overturned as parole head quits

A Parole Board ruling to free rapist John Worboys is overturned, as Nick Hardwick is forced to resign.

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Adea Shabani: Body of missing actress 'found' in California

The body was discovered hundreds of miles from the Hollywood home of the 25-year-old missing woman.

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Paris ceremony for police officer Arnaud Beltrame

Lt Col Arnaud Beltrame, 44, offered himself in exchange for a hostage in an Islamist attack.

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Vicky Momberg: South African estate agent jailed for racist abuse

Vicky Momberg used a derogatory word against a black police officer 48 times.

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Florida shooting survivor: Making friends wouldn't stop gunman

"The idea that we are to blame, even implicitly, for the murders of our friends and teachers is a slap in the face."

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Australian ball-tampering: Steve Smith and David Warner banned for 12 months

Captain Steve Smith and vice-skipper David Warner are banned for a year by Cricket Australia over their recent ball-tampering.

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Russia Kemerovo fire: First funerals take place

A national day of mourning is also being held for the 64 people, mostly children, who died on Sunday.

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Syria war: Troops mass around last rebel town in Eastern Ghouta

Rebels in Douma have reportedly been given a deadline to leave, but they want to disarm and stay.

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Clara Ponsati: Arrested Catalan politician released on bail

Clara Ponsati is being sought by Spanish authorities over her role in the Catalan independence referendum.

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Mum's tough love lesson divides parents

Cierra noticed her son making negative comments about second-hand clothes, so she decided to take action.

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Lottery win teen: Did she choose wisely?

Charlie Lagarde took C$1,000 a week for life, rather than a C$1m lump sum, after winning a lottery.

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Abiy Ahmed named as head of Ethiopia's EPRDF ruling coalition

Abiy Ahmed's election paves the way for him to become the country's prime minister.

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Getting an education in bomb-hit Eastern Ghouta

In the ruins of the siege of Eastern Ghouta in Syria there are still students refusing to give up learning.

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Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding not guilty of rape

Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding are found not guilty of raping a woman in June 2016.

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Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland admits players cheated

Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland answers questions from the media following bans for three players over ball-tampering.

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Formula 1: Haas chief says 2018 car is not a Ferrari replica

Haas boss Gunther Steiner rejects accusations that the team's car is an illegal copy of last year's Ferrari.

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Will Ferrell v Zlatan Ibrahimovic? Los Angeles FC prepare to face Galaxy on derby day

In the build up to the Los Angeles derby, BBC Sport speaks to Los Angeles FC boss Bob Bradley about the newest team in MLS.

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Australia ball-tampering: Steve Smith, David Warner & Cameron Bancroft sent home from SA

Cricket Australia sends captain Steve Smith, vice-captain David Warner and batsman Cameron Bancroft home from South Africa.

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