BBC News - World 28 March 2018

Kim Jong-un was in Beijing, China and NK confirm

After days of speculation, officials confirm it was the North Korean leader meeting Xi in Beijing.

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Trèbes attack: Paris ceremony for hero policeman Arnaud Beltrame

Hundreds of people gather in the rain to pay their final respects to Lt Col Arnaud Beltrame.

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Stormy Daniels seeks Trump testimony on her sex claims

Stormy Daniels wants the president to testify about whether he was aware of a "hush agreement".

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Stephon Clark's brother storms Sacramento council meeting

The brother of shooting victim Stephon Clark and others disrupt a Sacramento city council meeting.

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Former Disney actor, 22, joins White House

Caroline Sunshine, who starred in the Shake It Up TV series, will work in Mr Trump's press office.

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Russia Kemerovo fire: First funerals take place

A national day of mourning is also being held for the 64 people, mostly children, who died on Sunday.

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Vicky Momberg: South African estate agent jailed for racist abuse

Vicky Momberg used a derogatory word against a black police officer 48 times.

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Syria war: Troops mass around last rebel town in Eastern Ghouta

Rebels in Douma have reportedly been given a deadline to leave, but they want to disarm and stay.

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Australia bans cricketers over cheating

Captain Steve Smith and vice-skipper David Warner are banned for a year by Cricket Australia over their recent ball-tampering.

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Adea Shabani: Body of missing actress 'found' in California

The body was discovered hundreds of miles from the Hollywood home of the 25-year-old missing woman.

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Ecuador searches for reporters kidnapped in border area

Two journalists and their driver were seized near the Colombian border, where guerrillas are active.

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Paris ceremony for police officer Arnaud Beltrame

Lt Col Arnaud Beltrame, 44, offered himself in exchange for a hostage in an Islamist attack.

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Ireland to get first official nude beach

Hawk Cliff in Dalkey, south Dublin will officially welcome nude bathers from April.

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Abiy Ahmed named as head of Ethiopia's EPRDF ruling coalition

Abiy Ahmed's election paves the way for him to become the country's prime minister.

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Did lottery win teen choose wisely?

Charlie Lagarde took C$1,000 a week for life, rather than a C$1m lump sum, after winning a lottery.

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Getting an education under the bombs of Eastern Ghouta

In the ruins of the siege of Eastern Ghouta in Syria there are still students refusing to give up learning.

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Florida shooting survivor: Making friends wouldn't stop gunman

"The idea that we are to blame, even implicitly, for the murders of our friends and teachers is a slap in the face."

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