BBC News - World 6 January 2018

Fire and Fury: Trump calls himself a 'stable genius'

The US president takes to Twitter to reject questions over his mental health raised in a new book.

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Iran protests: Students 'among more than 1,000 arrested'

Reformist MPs say 90 students are among those detained, as anti-government protests continue.

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US shivers amid record-breaking low temperatures

The icy blast, forecast to maintain its grip into the weekend, has been linked to 19 deaths.

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North Korea 'likely' to attend Olympics in South, says official

An official says he expects the nation to participate in next month's Olympics in South Korea.

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Syria war: Hospitals being targeted, aid workers say

Aid organisations say hospitals in rebel-held areas are being hit by air strikes and artillery.

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Kuwait City stadium barrier collapse injures 40 football fans

Football fans are hurt after a glass platform gives way at a stadium in Kuwait City.

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Explosion as two planes collide in Toronto Pearson

Two planes crashed into each other at Toronto's Pearson Airport, Canada. The passengers and crew were evacuated unharmed.

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Cars frozen in Revere, Massachusetts' floodwaters

Sub-zero temperatures and extreme floods in Revere, USA, trapped dozens of cars in ice.

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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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