BBC News - World 30 January 2018

Putin says US sanctions list targets all Russians

Russia's leader says the new sanctions-based list is "unfriendly" but he does not want to retaliate.

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Saudi anti-corruption drive generates $106bn in settlements

Fifty-six of 381 high-profile figures called in for questioning since November remain in custody.

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Facebook 'no place' for young children

More than 100 child health experts are urging Facebook to withdraw an app aimed at under-13s.

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Volkswagen takes responsibility for exhaust tests on monkeys

German car maker suspends chief lobbyist amid mounting fury over tests on both monkeys and humans.

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India outcry after eight-month-old baby raped

The girl is in a critical condition at a hospital where she was brought in with "horrific injuries".

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French chef Bras gives up Michelin stars

Sebastien Bras had a top rating for years but no longer wanted to cook under "huge pressure".

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Brain 'pacemaker' for Alzheimer's

Electrical brain stimulation may help dementia patients keep their independence for longer, scientists say.

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Kenya TV coverage curbs for Raila Odinga 'inauguration'

Opposition leader declares himself "people's president" after rejecting Uhuru Kenyatta's poll win.

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Eurozone growth hit 10-year high in 2017

The economy of the 19-nation bloc grew by 2.5% last year, the fastest pace for a decade.

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Irish abortion referendum: Debate rages after vote announced

People in the Republic of Ireland react to the announcement of a referendum on abortion.

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George Weah vows to change Liberia's citizenship laws

Restricting citizenship to black people is "unnecessary, racist and inappropriate", new president says.

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ColorFab: 3D printer can change colour of objects

MIT is making a new kind of 3D printer that can change the colour of the objects you print.

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Red faces over Trump 'State of the Uniom' typo on tickets

Tickets for US President Trump's major speech have to be urgently reprinted over a glaring typo.

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