BBC News - Home 30 March 2018

Gaza-Israel border: Clashes 'leave five Palestinians dead and hundreds injured'

Thousands of Palestinians march on the border and are met by Israeli army gunfire.

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Facebook 'ugly truth' growth memo haunts firm

The firm denies it believes that growth at all costs is "good" even if it leads to deaths.

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Spy poisoning: Russia expels 'unfriendly' Western diplomats

Moscow expels Western officials in the spy poisoning row and orders the UK to cut its staff in Russia.

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Vatican: Pope did not say there is no hell

A top Italian daily did not accurately quote Pope Francis, the Vatican says.

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Higgs factory a 'must for big physics'

The head of America's leading particle physics lab says a "factory" to make the Higgs boson will speed up discoveries.

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Grace Mugabe's farm invaded by Zimbabwe gold diggers

Zimbabwe's former first lady reports to the police that 400 illegal gold panners invade her farm.

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Test-launch footage of Russian ballistic missile Satan 2

Russia's President Putin claims it can penetrate any defence shield.

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Scammers impersonate French first lady Brigitte Macron

France's first lady files a complaint after email fraudsters impersonate her to request favours.

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Lindsay Lohan loses GTA V privacy case appeal

The actress fails to convince judges that a character in Grand Theft Auto V was based on her.

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Coffee sold in California must carry cancer warning, judge rules

Coffee sellers in California must warn customers about the chemical acrylamide, a state court rules.

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Russia state of emergency as toxic dump fumes hit town near Moscow

Thousands of Volokolamsk residents have been protesting over foul air from a landfill site.

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Syria war: Turkey's Erdogan rejects French mediation offer

President Emmanuel Macron had proposed a dialogue with Kurdish fighters in north Syria.

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The South Korean rock band returning to perform in Pyongyang

When rock band YB were in North Korea 16 years ago, their performance moved some concert-goers to tears.

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China's 'Jack the Ripper', Gao Chengyong, sentenced to death

Gao Chengyong was found guilty of the gruesome murders of 11 women and girls over 14 years.

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'Warrior women' bare all for breast cancer

Victoria Derbyshire and Coleen Nolan were among those to bare all for breast cancer awareness.

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Kim Jong-un visit: What else crosses the China-North Korea border?

Kim Jong-un's trip across the China-North Korea border to see Xi Jinping was notable for its rarity. Reality Check looks what passes across the border more regularly.

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Anthony Joshua v Joseph Parker: Cardiff set for world heavyweight unification bout

Anthony Joshua says he will need to "simplify the madness" of the most anticipated fight in world boxing this year when he meets Joseph Parker in Cardiff on Saturday.

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Australian ball-tampering: Fourth Test against South Africa begins

Australia's new captain Tim Paine says his players will "look after each other", as the first match since the ball-tampering scandal got under way.

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Liverpool v Man Utd: Second biggest stadium in world lined up for pre-season game

Liverpool and Manchester United are set to meet in pre-season in the US, with the second biggest stadium in the world lined up as a potential venue.

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Scott Foster: Accountant makes NHL debut in goal for Chicago Blackhawks

Scott Foster, a 36-year-old accountant, plays his first competitive game since 2005 as he makes his NHL debut when Chicago Blackhawks' goaltenders are injured.

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