BBC News - World 11 January 2018

Trump 'in Oval Office foul-mouthed outburst about migrants'

The White House does not deny he used a slur about Haiti, El Salvador and African nations.

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Facebook plans major changes to news feed

The social network is to make posts from businesses, brands and media less prominent.

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China shuts Marriott's website over Tibet, Taiwan error

Chinese authorities shut Marriott's website after the hotel lists Tibet and Taiwan as separate countries.

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Ritz Paris robbery: Armed robbers dropped bag of jewels

Police say they have recovered all the €4.5m loot stolen in Wednesday's raid on the Ritz hotel.

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Far-right Austria minister's 'Nazi language' causes anger

Herbert Kickl of the far-right Freedom Party said asylum seekers should be concentrated in one place.

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Fujimori: New rallies against Peru ex-president's pardon

Protesters demand the pardon of convicted former President Alberto Fujimori be removed.

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Iran nuclear deal: Mnuchin expects new US sanctions

The US treasury secretary says he expects the step, amid concerns about the Iran nuclear deal.

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Cyclone Joyce: Australian residents warned to take shelter

Authorities warn communities to take shelter and expect possible flash-flooding.

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Pakistan Zainab murder: Girl's father speaks of devastating grief

The body of six-year-old Zainab, who was raped and strangled, was found in a rubbish dump.

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French retailers sold baby milk despite possible Salmonella contamination

Major supermarkets say they sold milk after recall was issued for Salmonella risks.

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Chinese boy with frozen hair reignites poverty debate

The plight of a rural child of migrant workers reignites discussion about the poor.

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Italian police investigate organisers of fake Modigliani show

Police are investigating the three organisers of a Modigliani show in Genoa shown to be full of fakes

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Hospital apologises for 'dumping' gowned patient in cold

A passerby found the woman outside the Baltimore hospital when temperatures were close to freezing.

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Montecito mudslides: The terrifying moment a wave of mud hit

A survivor recalls hearing "the most vicious, violent sounds you've ever heard" as his home was hit.

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School superintendent takes blame for dramatic teacher arrest

A Louisiana superintendent tearfully accepts responsibility for a school board meeting gone awry.

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Kunumi MC, the indigenous rapper protecting his people's land

Kunumi MC became famous for a protest at the opening game of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

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Tom Hanks: Oprah is one of a kind

Three Hollywood stars weigh in on the Oprah for President debate.

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Meryl Streep says Oprah Winfrey has 'the voice of a leader'

"That is how you rouse people. That is how you lead."

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Wonder Woman Gal Gadot dress trouble for Lebanese designer

Lebanese fashion designer Elie Saab faces backlash for Instagram post featuring the Israeli actress.

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When abusers have the keys to your home

Across the US, sexual harassment in the housing industry can drive poor women into homelessness.

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The biggest stars you've never heard of

The vloggers who are more popular than Logan Paul, stripped of advertising after a suicide row.

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'I replied to a Facebook post and was married six days later'

A Nigerian man tells how he placed an advertisement for a wife on Facebook and married her six days later.

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Will Cape Town be the first city to run out of water?

With water usage and droughts across the globe rising, the race is on to manage water more efficiently.

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Before and after California's mudslides

Aerial imagery and maps showing the destruction caused by mudslides in southern California, as teams continue to search for survivors.

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Anger and anguish over #JusticeForZainab

The rallying cry for hundreds of thousands online who are expressing their outrage and sadness.

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The kindest way to kill a lobster

In Switzerland, lobsters must now be stunned before being boiled - but do they really feel pain?

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