BBC News - World 7 February 2018

Germany coalition talks: Merkel's conservatives and SPD clinch deal

An agreement looks set to end months of wrangling since inconclusive elections in September.

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North Korea leader's sister to make landmark visit to South for Olympics

Kim Yo-jong's Olympics visit will be the first by a member of the North's ruling dynasty.

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Australia MP reveals 'traumatic story' in citizenship defence

Susan Lamb gives a tearful speech about her childhood to explain why she cannot access key papers.

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Mashal Khan case: Death sentence for Pakistan 'blasphemy' murder

A court sentences a man to death for the murder of a student falsely accused of blasphemy.

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Venezuela's capital Caracas hit by power cut during rush hour

Many commuters were forced to walk home as 10 metro stations closed and buses were overcrowded.

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Taiwan earthquake: Series of powerful aftershocks hit Hualien

Residents have been told to stay away from their homes and hundreds are in shelters.

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Trump tells Pentagon 'to top' France military parade

The president was reportedly so impressed by a ceremony in France he wants one for the US.

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Row after French shop shreds unsold clothes

Online users criticise a shop for shredding unwanted clothes instead of donating them to the homeless

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Kenya deports Miguna Miguna over Odinga 'swearing-in'

Miguna Miguna helped opposition leader Raila Odinga during his unofficial inauguration.

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Poland Holocaust law: France criticises 'ill advised' text

France says the controversial new law is "ill advised", joining protests led by the US and Israel.

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Old Ethiopian plane becomes cafe in the Oromia region

Customers flock to the Ethiopian cafe for its unusual setting and homemade honey wine.

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American Samoa gets 'prettier' landfill

The US territory temporarily solves its rubbish problem by getting a “prettier” landfill site.

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North Koreans play 'Yankee' shoot-em-up game

The latest computer game to emerge from North Korea lets users shoot American soldiers.

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North Korea leader's sister takes 'real power' south to Olympics

Kim Yo-jong is the first legitimate descendant of North Korea's founder to visit the south.

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