BBC News - Home 2 April 2018

Daca Dreamers: Trump vents anger on immigrant programme

The president may have been spurred into his outburst after a TV report on a caravan of Honduran migrants.

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Israel scraps African migrant deportation plan

Under a deal with the UN, more than 16,000 African asylum seekers will be sent to the West.

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Oklahoma teacher strike: 'I have 29 textbooks for 87 pupils'

Schools across Oklahoma are shutting down due to a major teacher strike.

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Tesla rebuked by death crash investigators

The agency probing a fatal crash says it is "unhappy" the firm made public details of the collision.

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London murder rate overtakes New York's

An ex-senior Met Police officer says he is "absolutely devastated" by the figures for 2018.

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Russian spy: Sergei Lavrov accuses West of 'children's games'

The foreign minister hits out at diplomatic expulsions, accusing the UK over the Skripal attack.

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Seven dead in massive India caste protests

Thousands of lower-caste Indians protest at a ruling they say weakens a law meant to protect them.

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French SNCF rail strike to defy Macron labour reforms

France faces weeks of turmoil as rail staff prepare for a strike over free-market reforms.

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Commonwealth Games 2018: India boxing coach denies doping

Syringes were found in the athletes' village in a breach of Commonwealth Games rules.

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Syria war: Rebels 'begin leaving last Eastern Ghouta town'

The government appears poised to regain control of the last rebel-held town in the Eastern Ghouta.

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Kim Jong-un 'moved' by K-pop peace concert in Pyongyang

The North Korean leader's heart "swelled" while watching South Korean artists, state media say.

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Costa Rica president-elect Carlos Alvarado calls for unity

Centre-left Carlos Alvarado says he wants to unite the country after a divisive election campaign.

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Indian police search for monkey that snatched baby

The baby's body was later found at the bottom of a well in the eastern state of Orissa.

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German dachshund museum in Passau 'a world first'

A new museum in Bavaria celebrates the "sausage dog" - a symbol of the region.

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How kids in Amsterdam are getting slimmer

Rising rates of childhood obesity are a global problem - but in Amsterdam they are falling.

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Commonwealth Games: Chad le Clos & Elaine Thompson among global ones-to-watch

Swimmers Chad le Clos and Emma McKeon and sprinter Elaine Thompson are among the global names to follow at the Commonwealth Games.

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Alan Pardew: West Bromwich Albion part company with manager

West Bromwich Albion part company with manager Alan Pardew after a run of eight successive league defeats.

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New Zealand v England: Visitors have good chance of Test win - Jonny Bairstow

England have a good chance of ending their winter with a Test victory against New Zealand, says Jonny Bairstow.

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Commonwealth Games: James Stannard 'heartbroken' to miss Games

Australia's rugby sevens captain James Stannard is "heartbroken" he will not compete at the Commonwealth Games.

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