BBC News - Home 29 March 2018

David Shulkin: Sacked secretary in parting shot at Trump

David Shulkin says Washington's environment is "so toxic, chaotic, disrespectful and subversive".

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Trump attacks Amazon for paying 'little or no taxes'

As well as its tax record, President Trump launches into Amazon for destroying retail jobs.

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Australian ball-tampering: Darren Lehmann to quit as Australia coach

Darren Lehmann is to quit as Australia head coach at the end of the current Test series against South Africa amid the ball-tampering scandal.

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California car cliff plunge kills US family

The family of eight are all believed to have died after their vehicle drove off a California cliff.

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Up close: The moment a cheetah joined a safari

Britton Hayes was on safari with his step uncle in Tanzania when a cheetah entered the vehicle.

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Britain's oldest men mark 110th birthday

Alfred Smith, from Perthshire, and Robert Weighton, from Hull, were both born on 29 March 1908.

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Venezuela fire: 68 die in Carabobo police station cells

The blaze swept the facility in Valencia, Carabobo state, during a reported breakout attempt.

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Barclays pays $2bn to settle US fraud case

The US had sued the bank for alleged fraud over the sale of mortgage-backed securities.

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Trump calls to congratulate TV's Roseanne

The White House confirms the US president called the TV star following her popular sitcom's return.

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Malala Yousafzai returns to Pakistan for first time since shooting

The Nobel Peace Prize winner was shot by the Taliban in 2012 for campaigning for girls' education.

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French soldiers attacked: Police detain two in Grenoble

A car was driven at French servicemen who were out jogging near their barracks.

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Scientists explain the sound of knuckle cracking

What's behind the snapping sound when we crack our knuckles? Scientists have the answer.

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Egypt election: Sisi 'set to win second term as president'

The president has won almost 92% of the 25 million votes counted so far, state media report.

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Germany migrants: Plans to keep asylum seekers in 'anchor centres'

The controversial plan will see asylum seekers kept in centres until their requests are processed.

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North and South Korea set date for leaders' summit

Next month's summit will be the first in more than a decade between the North and South's leaders.

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Thai beach from Leonardo DiCaprio film to close temporarily

Maya Beach has become environmentally damaged as a result of too many tourists.

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The incredible journey of a camera lost at sea

School children found the camera in perfect working order - fully charged with pictures intact.

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Australian ball-tampering: Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft apologise

Former Australia captain Steve Smith breaks down in tears as he apologises for his part in the ball-tampering scandal.

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Steve Smith: Former Australia captain breaks down in tears at press conference

Former Australia captain Steve Smith breaks down in tears as he apologises for his part in the ball-tampering scandal.

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Miami Open: Venus Williams knocked out by qualifier Danielle Collins

Three-time champion Venus Williams is knocked out of the Miami Open in the quarter-finals by American qualifier Danielle Collins.

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Anthony Joshua: Feeding, maintaining and training a champion

3,000 calories on an easy day - what goes into feeding, maintaining and training world champion Anthony Joshua.

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Cameron Bancroft: Australia batsman will not join Somerset after ball-tampering scandal

Somerset say Australia's Cameron Bancroft will not be their overseas player in 2018 after his part in the ball-tampering scandal.

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World Cup 2018: No British referee chosen for tournament

There will be no British referees at a World Cup for the first time since 1938 when the 2018 tournament is played in Russia this year.

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