BBC News - World 2 January 2018

Iran protests: Supreme leader Khamenei blames 'enemies'

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says Iran's enemies stirred protests that have claimed more than 20 lives.

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North Korea: South proposes Olympics delegation talks

The offer of talks next week comes after the North said it might send a delegation to the Games.

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Logan Paul: Outrage over YouTuber's Japan dead man video

Six million people watched the film showing Logan Paul finding an apparent suicide victim in Japan.

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Table Mountain climbers: Cape Town rescuers find bodies

Hundreds were trapped at the top while rescue workers used a cable car to reach the climbers.

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Germany migrants: Doctors oppose asylum seeker age tests

The German Medical Association says mandatory medical checks are ethically wrong and unreliable.

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New Jersey boy 'murdered family and friend on New Year's Eve'

The 16-year-old alleged attacker's grandfather and brother left the home unharmed.

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Deadly New Year church attack in Nigeria

Unknown gunmen kill at least 16 people after ambushing churchgoers in southern Nigeria, police say.

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India Muslim man beaten to death 'over New Year music'

He was killed in Jharkhand state after asking a group to stop playing loud music on New Year's Day.

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Egypt's Grand Mufti endorses Bitcoin trading ban

The country's secular authorities declared the crypto-currency illegitimate in December.

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New York City Ballet: Peter Martins retires amid abuse claims

Peter Martins announces his retirement after serving as master-in-chief for three decades.

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Taiwan dentist must repay mother for training fees

They signed a contract when he was 20, saying he would pay her 60% of his income after he qualified.

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Ukraine murder probe over lawyer Nozdrovska's death

Iryna Nozdrovska's body was found in a river in Kiev after she received threats.

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Dozens of reptile eggs found in Australian school sandpit

Australian wildlife rescuers have removed 43 reptile eggs from a sandpit at a primary school.

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Starved, beaten, enslaved

Nigerians who have returned from Libya share their experiences of being forced to work as slaves.

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