BBC News - World 13 January 2018

Iran sanctions: Tehran vows retaliation over Trump move

Tehran says moves against its judiciary chief cross a line and it rejects changes to a nuclear deal.

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Syrian war: Reports of chlorine gas attack on rebel-held Eastern Ghouta

Health workers in Eastern Ghouta say six people were treated for breathing problems

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Czech election: Milos Zeman leads in first round

Milos Zeman is in front as votes are counted, but the election is expected to go to a second round.

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Russian club criticised for 'racist' tweet

A social media message containing "racist references" posted by Russian club Spartak Moscow "shows a shocking level of ignorance", says the chief of anti-discriminatory body Fare.

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China tanker fire: Bodies found as Sanchi burns, one week on

Salvage workers find two crewmen but the Sanchi still burns a week after colliding with a cargo ship.

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Macron: French baguettes should be Unesco-listed treasures

The French president wants the country's famous loaf on a list of worldwide cultural treasures.

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South Africa's ANC leader Ramaphosa urges unity as Zuma booed

The new head of South Africa's ruling party Cyril Ramaphosa vows to tackle corruption and the economy.

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India boat capsize: Three school students die off Mumbai

Three bodies are found off Mumbai, with 32 of the 40 students on board rescued so far.

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Russian doping: Whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov will testify but life under 'serious threat'

A whistleblower is preparing to testify against banned Russian athletes even though his life is under "serious threat", his lawyer says.

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Liam Neeson bemoans sexual harassment ‘witch hunt’ in Hollywood

Actor Liam Neeson told RTE he felt there was a now witch hunt around sexual harassment in Hollywood.

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