BBC News - World 9 March 2018

Trump Kim talks: US surprised at 'dramatic' North Korea shift

President Donald Trump is set to have historic talks with the North's Kim Jong-un by May.

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Kenya's Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga pledge reconciliation

The president and opposition leader hold their first public meeting since last year's disputed elections.

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India allows 'living wills' for terminally ill

The move will allow very sick patients to seek what is known as passive euthanasia.

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Syria war: UN aid convoy re-enters Eastern Ghouta amid 'calm'

It comes after an earlier delivery of urgent supplies to Eastern Ghouta was cut short amid shelling.

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Jo Min-ki: South Korean actor found dead after #MeToo allegations

South Korean actor Jo Min-ki had been accused of molesting at least eight people.

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Trump told to mute Twitter critics, not block them, by New York judge

A judge says the US president should mute, not block, Twitter users at a hearing in New York.

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Obamas 'in talks to make Netflix shows'

The former president and his wife would produce exclusive "uplifting" shows, the New York Times says.

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Russian spy: Foreign minister says Russia willing to help in inquiry

Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia remain in a "very serious" condition, the home secretary says.

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Winter Paralympics in Pyeongchang officially begin with colourful opening ceremony

The largest ever Winter Paralympics officially open in freezing conditions at the Olympic Stadium in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

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India cricketer Mohammad Shami charged with domestic violence

Mohammad Shami was dropped from a list of contracted players released by the cricket board of India.

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Tourist captures Sydney couple's marriage proposal

A travelling photographer managed to track down the couple in his chance shot of a marriage proposal.

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Burger-flipping robot takes short break

The automated cook is switched off while upgrades are prepared to help it cook more quickly.

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Norwegian airline responds to poem complaint in verse

Low-cost airline Norwegian agrees to waive a name-change fee after a passenger complains in rhyme.

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Pitches, puns and parodies for Obamas for Netflix show

The pitches, puns and parodies possible with Barack and Michelle Obama in talks for a Netflix show.

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Africa's week in pictures: 2-8 March 2018

A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.

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