BBC News - World 28 December 2017

Afghanistan suicide bomb attack: Dozens killed in Kabul

So-called Islamic State says it attacked a Shia centre in the Afghan capital, killing at least 41.

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Yemen war: Saudi-led strikes 'kill 68 civilians in one day'

A UN official says the incidents on Tuesday showed "complete disregard for human life".

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Miss America group asks former winners to help it reform after email scandal

Leaked emails exposed pageant executives insulting contestants over their appearance and sex lives.

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Bono: 'Music has gotten very girly'

The U2 frontman says there needs to be more outlets for 'young male anger' in music.

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Workplace robots could increase inequality, warns IPPR

A think tank says replacing low-skilled workers with robots could mean bigger salary gaps in workplaces.

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Japan sumo champion Harumafuji charged with assault

Harumafuji had already admitted an assault on a junior wrestler that has rocked the sport.

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Roy Moore files last-minute lawsuit challenging Alabama result

Officials were about to certify Democrat Doug Jones as the winner when a lawsuit was filed.

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Argentina Dirty War: Killer Etchecolatz gets house arrest

Miguel Etchecolatz was sentenced for crimes against humanity committed under military rule.

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Syria child evacuees may be used as bargaining chips, UN warns

The UN says sick children from a rebel enclave near Damascus should not be used to trade prisoners.

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Failed satellite programmed with 'wrong co-ordinates'

A multi-million pound weather satellite is lost after being programmed to take off from the wrong base.

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John McAfee says his Twitter account was hacked

Cyber-security pioneer reports his Twitter account was hacked and used to promote crypto-currencies.

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India's moonwalking traffic cop

Traffic cop Ranjeet Singh uses moonwalking and dance moves to manage traffic in Indore, India.

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Scandal of US teen locked up without trial

Tyler Haire was locked up at 16 and ordered to have a mental exam. For almost four years nothing was done.

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Milwaukee police rescue teens from burning car

Police officers have been hailed for their bravery following a car crash in Milwaukee.

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Sweden's giant Gavle goat survives Christmas

A giant straw goat built every year in Gavle has defied the usual vandals.

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