BBC News - World 27 March 2018

Kemerovo fire: Russia crowd condemns officials over disaster

At least 64 died in a Siberian shopping mall inferno and dozens are feared missing.

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Spy poisoning: Russia accuses US of 'expulsion blackmail'

Foreign Minister Lavrov blames Washington for the expulsion of diplomats by more than 20 countries.

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'North Korean train' in Beijing fuels Kim Jong-un visit rumours

Speculation is rife after a North Korean delegation made a visit to Beijing under tight security.

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Census 2020: US adds controversial citizenship question

Opponents fear the question on the 2020 census could be used to target undocumented migrants.

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Mai Khoi, Vietnam activist singer, detained after Europe tour

Mai Khoi, who met Barack Obama in 2016, was detained after flying home to Hanoi, her husband says.

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Tiangong-1: China space station may fall to Earth 'in days'

The defunct station is hurtling towards Earth but chances of it crashing in your garden are slim.

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Uber barred from resuming Arizona self-drive trial

Arizona's governor says he was disturbed and alarmed by video footage of a fatal accident.

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Air New Zealand calls for drone legislation after near miss

The drone came so close it was almost sucked into the plane's engine, says the airline.

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Stephane Audran: French actress dies at 85

She won a Bafta for best actress in 1974 and appeared in Brideshead Revisited on British TV.

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Nelson Mandela's golden hand casts sell for $10m in bitcoin

A South African businessman has sold the four gold casts to a crypto-currency firm based in Canada.

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Kemerovo fire: Crowds direct fury at Putin

Protesters have taken to the streets after a leisure complex fire killed scores.

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Eurovision-style scoring or new Cold War?

The BBC's Steve Rosenberg on the Russian reaction to many countries expelling diplomats after the poisoning of Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in the UK.

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Olivia de Havilland: Acting legend loses court battle over TV drama Feud

The legendary Gone with the Wind actress "does not own history", a California appeal court rules.

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DR Congo massacre: 'My daughter was slashed with a machete'

BBC Africa editor Fergal Keane visits the site of a gruesome massacre in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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This 98-year-old sports mascot nun is captivating Americans

Sister Jean is the chaplain for basketball team Loyola-Chicago and people love her.

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