BBC News - World 10 March 2018

Eastern Ghouta: Syrian army splits enclave in three, reports say

The Syrian government is reported to have made a major advance in rebel-held Eastern Ghouta.

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Florida shooting: NRA sues as Florida enacts gun-control law

The lawsuit says the bill violates the rights of young women as they are less likely to be violent.

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Trump says Kim meeting is 'in the making' despite concerns

The US president says the outcome would be "good for the world", but Kim Jong-un remains silent.

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DR Congo signs new mining law despite companies' opposition

The new law, which raises government royalties, was strongly opposed by international companies.

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Taliban attacks Afghan soldiers in Farah, killing at least 24

Fighters launch an assault on Afghan soldiers in Farah province, killing at least 24, officials say.

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Tillerson in Africa: US diplomat 'feeling unwell', cancels Kenya plans

The US secretary of state is on a five-nation diplomatic tour of Africa.

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Transgender beauty queen's plea for equality after pageant

Vietnam's Nguyen Huong Giang was crowned Miss International Queen at a pageant in Thailand.

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Week-old baby western lowland gorilla in Congo

Rare footage of a baby western lowland gorilla was taken in Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park, Congo.

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ICYMI: Rhinos, robots and tattoos

A few of the stories you may have missed this week...

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Papua New Guinea quake: An invisible disaster which could change life forever

The impact of February's quake in Papua New Guinea may change remote communities forever.

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