BBC News - World 5 January 2018

Trump seen as a child by staff, says Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff

Michael Wolff stands by his book on the White House, as the president says it is "full of lies".

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US storm to bring 'record-breaking' low temperatures

Temperatures of -20F (-29C) are expected in eastern North America as the storm enters the weekend.

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Egypt balloon crash at popular Luxor resort kills tourist

One tourist dies and others are injured when a hot air balloon crashes near Luxor.

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Indian national accused of sex assault on US flight

The Indian national was sitting between his own wife and the alleged victim, officials say.

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Florida iguanas falling from trees

They're not dead, just chilling in cool temperatures in the US.

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Ridley Scott: Kevin Spacey version of film 'couldn't have been released'

Director Ridley Scott says his latest film wouldn't have been released if Spacey was in it.

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George Weah invites Arsene Wenger to inauguration as president of Liberia

George Weah invites Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger to his inauguration as the new president of Liberia.

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North Korea opens new ski resort amid Olympic optimism

Country opens its second winter sports complex amid talks to attend Winter Olympics.

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Short showers for India's cricket team in South Africa

Touring test side faces inconvenience in a city getting to grips with water shortages.

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'Going to unravel'?

Claims in a new book fan the flames of an old debate - but not everyone is happy about it.

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